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Police report 2-11-11

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

Kajuan Yatarolyn Webb, 36, Maple Street – probation violation, marijuana possession, giving false information.

Lakeichia Ann Hodge, 28, Packinghouse Road – probation violation.

Aundrea R. Lee, 35, Church Street – driving with a suspended license.

Nicholas Trevion Hunter, 20, Old River Road North – seat belt violation, driving with a suspended license.

Eric Emmanuel Woods, 17, Harris Road, Ludowici – wanted person.

Richard Luther W. Coburn III, 22, Packinghouse Road – tag light violation, marijuana possession.

Camille Morghan Reid, 20, Lanier Drive – probation violation.

Jerry Ervin Cooper, 46, Van Buren Street – wanted person.

 

Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests

Ryan William Hilbert, 28, North Main Street – probation violation.

Zachary Kent Smith, 21, Drew Court, Perry – obstruction, disorderly conduct.

 

Georgia State Patrol Arrests

DUI arrests –none.

Seatbelt citations – one.

Child restraint citations  - none.

Speeding citations – two.

Total citations – eight.

Georgia Southern University Arrests

Officers issued nine traffic citations Wednesday.

Charles Benjamin Lambert, 21, Robin Hood Trail – public intoxication.
 

Statesboro Police Incidents

PETCO – A man grabbed an employee and threatened to throw him through a window. The offender was unhappy about a purchase he made.

THE LODGE APARTMENTS – Two women were arrested on outstanding probation violation warrants after police responded to a drug complaint. One woman was also charged with marijuana possession and giving false information.

GARY’S FOOD MART – A woman said another female made a snide remark about her and the woman’s boyfriend threatened her with bodily harm.

CAMPUS CLUB APARTMENTS – A woman said someone stole an envelope with over $5,000 in cash from her closet.

MORRIS HEIGHTS APARTMENTS – Two sisters argued, with one claiming the other left threatening voice messages before she arrived at the complainant’s home to fight.

FOXRIDGE APARTMENTS – Two women argued when one came to pick her daughter up. The other woman said the offender started a fight and threatened her.

STATESBORO HIGH SCHOOL – A woman told police someone forged her name on her daughter’s report cards and notes from teachers. She said she suspects a woman the daughter is living with since August.

GROOVER LANE – A man called police, asking for a ride by EMS to the hospital for “pains all over” and a runny nose.

THE GRILL – A man was taken to the hospital by a female he knew after an unknown man stabbed him during a fight.

ST. JAMES APARTMENTS – A woman said her estranged husband stalked her.

 

Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents

SANDPIPER DRIVE – A woman reported unauthorized charges to her checking account by a cell phone provider.

STEPHENS-LITTLE ROAD – (Register) A man reported hearing loud noises coming from an empty mobile home.

GA. 46 – (Brooklet) A woman reported being bitten by a neighbor’s dog, who attacked her dog, Grits. The neighbor watched as the offending dog injured both the other dog and owner, she said.

OLD RIGGS MILL ROAD – (Statesboro) A man said former employees stole a large amount of power construction tools, some of which he found n pawn shops.

FRIENDSHIP CHURCH ROAD – (Statesboro) A woman said she prepared her taxes herself, and sent them to the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS replied and said someone in Indianapolis, Indiana used her identity to file a claim.

CLYDE’S MARKET #70 – (Portal) A man said two women cursed him and made obscene gestures, and drove recklessly, almost striking his car, which contained a small child.

 

Georgia State Patrol Incidents

Crashes investigated –two.

Fatalities reported – none.

Total vehicle stops – five.

Seatbelt warnings – two.

Child restraint warnings – one.

Speeding warnings – one.

Total warnings issued –five. 

Wanted persons apprehended – none.

Stolen vehicles recovered – none.

Road checks performed –none. 

Motorists assisted – none.

Miles patrolled – 421.

 

Georgia Southern University Incidents

Officers issued three traffic warnings, assisted seven motorists, responded to a drug complaint at University Villas, responded to a drug complaint at Centennial Place and investigated one accident Wednesday.
 HENDRICKS HALL – Someone reported a jacket missing.

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION – Someone reported a case of harassing communications.

 

Central 911 Reports

Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:

Bulloch County Sheriff's Department-11 calls.

Statesboro Police Department- 31 calls.

University Police Department – two calls.

Georgia State Patrol –four calls.

Candler County Sheriff's Department – nine calls.

Evans County Sheriff's Department –one call.

Claxton Police Department –four calls.

 

911 Fire Department Reports

Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:

Statesboro Fire Department – one call.

Bulloch County Volunteer firefighters –one call.

Metter Fire Department – two calls.

 

911 EMS Reports

Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:

Bulloch County EMS – one accident call, one rescue call and 20 medical calls.

Candler County EMS – one accident call and one medical call.

Evans County EMS – five medical calls.

Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls  Wednesday:  five calls to Bulloch County First Responders, a call to the Bulloch County coroner and a call to Georgia Forestry.

 

 

compiled by Holli Deal Bragg.

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