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Feb. 9 -- Tony Lee Jones, 48, Lafayette Street – probation violation, marijuana possession.

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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
    * Tony Lee Jones, 48, Lafayette Street – probation violation, marijuana possession.
    * Kiombi Inez Pinckney, 18, Kent Street – tag light violation, driving while unlicensed.
    * Robbie Wayne Whitley, 41, Institute Street – begging/soliciting by accosting or forcing self on another.
    * Ta’Shon Dominique Orlando Grady, 20, Stambuk Lane – possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession/use of a drug related object.
    * Teresa A. Gizzi, 20, Statesboro Place Circle – marijuana possession.
    * Brian L. Dinsmore, 19, Bermuda Run Road – possession of Ecstasy, marijuana possession.
    * David Alan Richeson, 20, Bermuda Run Road – possession of a synthetic narcotic, marijuana possession.
    * Bryant Jamal Wesby, 21, Hwy. 56 North, Waynesboro – failure to maintain lane, windshield violation, DUI.
    * David Anthony Silva, 23, Park Avenue – failure to obey traffic control device, DUI.

Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests
    * Gary Clayton Donaldson, 27, P. W. Clifton Road, Brooklet – probation violation.
    * Lewis Jason Burke, 33, Allenwood Drive – sale of methamphetamine, criminal attempt to manufacture methamphetamine, distribution of a controlled substance (meth).
    * Samantha Jean Willkie, 43, Allenwood Drive – criminal attempt to manufacture methamphetamine, distribution of a controlled substance (meth).
    * Arkeeta Elisia Nunnally, 27, Bell Road, Brooklet – probation violation.

Georgia State Patrol Arrests
    * DUI arrests – none.
    * Seatbelt citations – none.
    * Child restraint citation — none.
    * Speeding citations – none.
    * Total citations – one.

Georgia Southern University Arrests
    * No arrests reported.

Statesboro Police Incidents
    * RACO – Someone shattered a glass window and took one $8 pack of beer.
    * COLLEGE PLAZA – A man was arrested for begging after having been warned not to do so in the same vicinity two weeks previously.
    * UNIVERSITY PLACE – A man said someone entered his home while he slept and damaged two TVs.
    * GATE/SOUTH MAIN STREET – A man found a cell phone, and police tried to find the owner by calling contacts in his phone storage. They tried contacts such as “Dog Head” and “Big Mama,” and when they reached a contact listed as “A Mah,” the woman who answered said she was the cell phone owner’s mother. However, she did not know where he lived, except Atlanta, and said he loses his phone on a regular basis. She did say she would call his cousin, listed in the phone as “Che-Z,” to let him know his phone had been found.
    * WEST JONES AVENUE – Someone broke down a door and stole a DirecTV dish.
    * CAMPUS CLUB APARTMENTS – A woman said a man struck her, choked her and took her phone when she tried calling 911. He was angry because she spoke to another man, she said.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents
    * BRANNEN POND ROAD – (Brooklet) A woman said a Florida man calls her repeatedly against her wishes.
    * LIVE OAK LANE – (Pembroke)A man reported the theft of an antique military SKS rifle he had under his bed. The offender broke a window to access the home.
    * WILSON ROAD – (Statesboro) A man said someone drove over and damaged a metal gate on his property in an unsuccessful attempt to steal an old truck and farm equipment.
    * PAMELA WAY – (Statesboro) A man reported damage to a rental mobile home after finding where someone flipped appliances over and pulled insulation out of the walls and damaged sheetrock.

Georgia State Patrol Incidents
    * Crashes investigated – four.
    * Fatalities reported – none.
    * Total vehicle stops – two.
    * Seatbelt warnings – none.
    * Child restraint warnings – none.
    * Speeding warnings – none.
    * Total warnings issued – three.
    * Wanted persons apprehended – none.
    * Stolen vehicles recovered – none.
    * Road checks performed – two. 
    * Motorists assisted – none.
    * Miles patrolled – 526.

Georgia Southern University Incidents
    * Officers issued three traffic warnings, assisted eight motorists, responded to a drug complaint at the Landrum Center and investigated two accidents Monday.
    * SOUTHERN PINES – Someone said a door was damaged. In a separate incident  someone reported a Wii console stolen.
    * HENDERSON LIBRARY — Some graffiti was found on a wall.
    * KENNEDY HALL — A GSU student reported that she had been raped sometime Fall Semester 2010 by an acquaintance. The victim stated she did not wish to prosecute.

Central 911 Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
    * Bulloch County Sheriff's Department — nine calls.
    * Statesboro Police Department — 24 calls.
    * University Police Department – no calls.
    * Georgia State Patrol – four calls.
    * Candler County Sheriff's Department – six calls.
    * Evans County Sheriff's Department – one call.
    * Claxton Police Department – one call.

911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
    * Bulloch County Volunteer firefighters – one call.

911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
    * Bulloch County EMS – one accident call and 12 medical calls.
    * Candler County EMS – five medical calls.
    * Evans County EMS – one medical call.
    * Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls  Monday: two calls to Bulloch County First Responders and a call to Effingham County 911.

— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg

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