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Feb. 4 -- Ahmad Kamal Shahbar, 22, Seminary Road, Falls Church, VA – battery.

Note: All information included in this report is taken from law enforcement incident reports and arrest records, which are public records and available for review at any and all local law enforcement agencies. Not every arrest leads to a conviction. Guilt or innocence is determined by the court system.

Statesboro Police Arrests
    * Ahmad Kamal Shahbar, 22, Seminary Road, Falls Church, VA – battery.
    * Nyqushia Lyshay Shatteen, 20, Lisa Lane – theft by shoplifting.
    * Wanda Hammerstein, 47, North College Street – theft by shoplifting.

Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests
    * Arrest reports unavailable Thursday.

Georgia State Patrol Arrests
    * DUI arrests – none.
    * Seatbelt citations – none.
    * Child restraint citations  - none.
    * Speeding citations – none.
    * Total citations – two.

Georgia Southern University Arrests
    * Officers issued three traffic citations Wednesday.
    * Alexandra K. Devonshire, 19, Centennial Place — possession of marijuana and underage possession/consumption of alcohol.
    * Donavan V. Albardo, 21, Pleasant Avenue — driving a vehicle with a suspended registration and a stop sign violation. 

Statesboro Police Incidents
    * THE EXCHANGE APARTMENTS – A woman heard two men break down her door, and listened as they planned to take a TV. But when her roommate stepped out of her room to confront the men, they fled without taking anything.
    * RETRIEVERS – Two men suffered visible head injuries from fighting each other. One struck the other with a pool stick, and the other retaliated by hitting back with a pool ball. The man who started the fight was arrested.
    * MORRIS HEIGHTS APARTMENTS – Officers responded to a domestic dispute.
Also, in a separate complaint, a woman said someone shattered her window with a basketball.
    * THE LODGE APARTMENTS – A woman said a man slapped her in the face.
    * WAL-MART – Two women were charged with shoplifting in separate incidents. One was caught taking mascara and Prilosec, and the other was charged with taking $71 worth of KY lubricant.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents
    * TWO CHOP ROAD – (Portal) A woman said wind picked up a barn and dropped it onto her car and another vehicle, causing damage.
    * HAZELWOOD DRIVE – (Statesboro) A man wired $1,900 to a bank in Seattle, buying a car online. Suspicious when he could not get information on the car afterward, he called deputies.
    * U.S. 301 SOUTH – (Statesboro) Someone stole copper tubing.
    * BUCHANS ROAD – (Pembroke) A woman said someone stole a four-ton air conditioner unit from her property.
    * SUPERIOR HOMES – (U.S. 301 South, Statesboro) Someone stole large amounts of vinyl siding, sheetrock, trim, flooring, a propane tank, fiber board, pipe fittings, copper wire, copper tubing and other building materials.
    * OGEECHEE TECHNICAL COLLEGE – (Statesboro) A woman said someone shattered her car window and stole her purse. She discovered someone charged about $1,000 on her debit card at various locations around Statesboro.
    * FLEMINGTON ROAD – (Ellabell) A woman said her children’s father harasses her by phone and belittles her to their children.

Georgia State Patrol Incidents
    * Crashes investigated – two.
    * Fatalities reported – none.
    * Total vehicle stops – three.
    * Seatbelt warnings – none.
    * Child restraint warnings – none. 
    * Speeding warnings – none.
    * Total warnings issued – one. 
    * Wanted persons apprehended –none. 
    * Stolen vehicles recovered – none.
    * Road checks performed – none.
    * Motorists assisted – none.
    * Miles patrolled – 427.

Georgia Southern University Incidents
    * Officers issued six traffic warnings, assisted three motorists, responded to a drug complaint at Centennial Place, responded to a drug complaint at Eagle Village, responded to a drug complaint at University Villas and investigated one accident Wednesday.
    * RUSSELL UNION — Someone shattered a car window.
    * FOY BUILDING — A messenger bag was stolen.

Central 911 Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:
    * Bulloch County Sheriff's Department — 18 calls.
    * Statesboro Police Department — 17 calls.
    * University Police Department – no calls.
    * Georgia State Patrol – three calls.
    * Candler County Sheriff's Department – nine calls.
    * Evans County Sheriff's Department – two calls.
    * Claxton Police Department – two calls.
    * Brooklet Police Department – one call.

911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:
    * Statesboro Fire Department – three calls.
    * Bulloch County Volunteer firefighters — eight calls.

911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:
    * Bulloch County EMS – two fire calls and 22 medical calls.
    * Candler County EMS – two accident calls and three medical calls.
    * Evans County EMS – three medical calls.
    * Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Wednesday: Bulloch County Humane Enforcement – one; Georgia Forestry – one; Bryan County 911 – two; Bulloch County coroner – one; Bulloch County First Responders – five.

— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg

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