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Screven, Sylvania police reports - February 11

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Posted: February 11, 2011 5:47 p.m.
Updated: February 11, 2011 5:45 p.m.

Sylvania Police Arrests
▲ Evette Jenkins, 37, Westview Drive-driving while license suspended or revoked/1st offense, defective or insufficient brakes, following too closely.

Sylvania Police Incident
▲ HALCYONDALE ROAD-An abandoned vehicle was hindering travel through the roadway.

Screven Sheriff's arrests
▲ James Robert Ellison, 55, Halcyondale Road-probation violation.
▲ Wayne Jerome Kittles, 29, Rifle Road-theft by receiving stolen property.
▲ Jeffery Marcel Anderson, 21, Twin Oaks Road-burglary, theft by taking.
▲ Darren Roberson, 37, Acre Road-child support lock up.
▲ Styles Lamar Atkins, 26, Millen Highway-simple battery.
▲ Willis Jay Brookins, 17, Jenkhill Road-hold for investigation.
▲ Carl Wesley Charles, 24, Arabian Woods Drive (Lithonia)-speeding, driving without a license.
▲ William Shawn Crusan, 43, Renken Drive-driving while license suspended or revoked, expired tag/registration.

Screven Sheriff's Incidents
▲ WEST VIEW APARTMENTS-A complainant came home and noticed someone had been inside his residence and the back window was open. When he went to the back of the residence, he recognized the subject who was replacing the screen to the window.
▲ HIGHWAY 301-A man on a 4-wheeler was reported drag racing with an automobile, both headed south on the roadway. When deputies attempted a traffic stop, the 4-wheeler driver drove into the ditch and fled into the woods.
▲ ZIP N GO-A driver in a small green truck pulling a trailer drove off without paying for gas.
▲ WINFIELD ROAD-A complainant said she received several calls from an unidentified female.
▲ FARMDALE ROAD-A complainant heard several shots fired nearby after dark and was concerned, believing the shots were fired by juveniles.
▲ FUEL AMERICA-A woman said her ex-boyfriend came into her place of work three times and on the last time, he stated to her and a male employee that if the two of them were in a relationship, he would beat up both of them. She said he had followed her a few days earlier, trying to run her off the road.
▲ SCREVEN COUNTY SCHOOL BUS-A juvenile was reported unruly after she got out of her seat and began yelling at another student.
▲ SCREVEN COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL-A student was reported being unruly toward school authorities.
▲ FRIENDSHIP ROAD-A complainant said juveniles stole money from her.
▲ OGLETHORPE TRAIL (Girard)-A complainant reported a car tag missing or stolen.
▲ OGLETHORPE TRAIL (Girard)-A complainant stated she and the offender were traveling in a vehicle when a verbal argument turned physical.
▲ TURKEY TRAIL-A man stated his son walked into his house and punched him in the face as he lay on the couch.
▲ COUNTRYSIDE ESTATES-Copper wiring was reported removed from a central air conditioning unit.
▲ SHADY LANE-A complainant found a transaction of $201.34 on his banking statement that he stated he did not allow. An unknown purchaser bought a keyboard, headset, and power supply from Walmart.com.
▲ HILTONIA MILLEN ROAD-A complainant reported a lost or stolen tag.

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