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Screven, Sylvania police reports - January 22

Sylvania Police Arrests
▲ Jonathan Travis Oliver, 29, Lovett Street-failure to appear for property bonds.
▲ Dominic Atkins, 26, Southgate Drive-driving while license suspended/revoked/second or subsequent offense, possession of open alcohol container.
▲ Mandy Michelle Sheley, 29, Scarboro Highway-forgery.
▲ Kathy Benita Mobley, 47, Waynesboro Highway-possession of open alcohol container, driving while license withdrawn, operating vehicle with suspended/cancelled/revoked registration, DUI of alcohol.
▲ Willie Raymond Smith, 55, Buttermilk Road-possession of open alcohol container, DUI of alcohol.
▲ Corey Donnell Stancil, 19, Robbins Street-theft by taking.
▲ Dexter Dunbar, II, 18, Mock Street-theft by taking.

Sylvania Police Incidents
▲ BYPASS @ HIGHWAY 301-A vehicle was found illegally parked and abandoned in the roadway.
▲ WEST OGEECHEE STREET-A complainant said a man approached him at Neighbor's Exxon, making threatening remarks and kicking the front of his vehicle, causing minor damage.
▲ MIMS ROAD-A woman reported her granddaughter stole her checkbook and forged at least 10 checks at different location s around Screven County and Sylvania.


Screven Sheriff's Arrests
▲ Paul Todd Salter, 20, Chance Road (Perkins)-burglary, hold for investigation, hold for Jenkins Co.
▲ Brandy M. Barbee, 33, Halcyondale Road-driving license suspended/revoked, speeding.
▲ Cecil Jerome Coles, Jr., 21, McBride Circle-probation violation.
▲ Bernice Audrey Jones, 43, Front Street-child support lock up.
▲ Eric Williams, 36, Effingham Highway-hold for Newington PD.
▲ Jennifer Lache Lawton, 22, Newington Highway-contraband crossing guard line.
▲ Teresa Lee Barrs, 38, Newington Highway-DUI of alcohol, failure to yield from driveway.

Screven Sheriff's Incidents
▲ CAMRON ROAD-Someone was reported breaking the window out of the front door of a residence and taking a Play station and several games.
▲ SANDHILL LANE-An offender, reported to be intoxicated and angry with the complainant's wife, broke out the front window of their residence.
▲ PEAR ROAD-A man was notified that his dogs were attacking a man's goats and cows. The owner of the livestock shot two of the five dogs in attempt to save his cow. The total damage was the two dogs killed, 11 goats killed, one cow and one goat injured.

 

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