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Sylvania Police Arrests
▲ Johnathon Turner, 35, Glen Hills Drive (Augusta)-possession of open alcohol container, improper stopping on roadway, DUI of alcohol.
▲ Jamie Lee Medline, 19, Buck Creek Road-disorderly city ordinance.
▲ Richard Alton Jenkins, 23, Rocky Ford Road-failure to maintain insurance, driving while license suspended or revoked/second offense or subsequent, operating vehicle with suspended/cancelled/revoked registration.

Sylvania Police Incident
▲ LEE STREET-A man was found asleep in his vehicle pulled over with the engine still running.
▲ EAST OGEECHEE STREET-A driver was stopped after police saw the vehicle erratically changing lanes.

Screven Sheriff's arrests
▲ Allen Brown, Jr., 31, Savannah Highway-child support lock up.
▲ John Earnest Byrd, 41, Friendship Circle-child support lock up.
▲ Rodney Laroy Carter, 30, Waynesboro Highway-possession of marijuana, no insurance, expired tag/registration.
▲ Vincent Slayd Powell, 17, Halcyondale Road-driving while license suspended/revoked.
▲ James Curtis Cowart, 40, Homestead Drive (Ellabell)-driving while license suspended/revoked.
▲ Nathan Jean Parker, 54, Scarboro Highway (Rocky Ford)-public drunk.
▲ Richard Alton Jenkins, 23, Rocky Ford Road-failure to show proof of insurance, suspended registration.
▲ Kendrick Deon Heath, 37, Cain Street (Waynesboro)-burglary.
▲ Davon Maurice Wells, 19, East Ellison Bridge Road (Sardis)-burglary, criminal damage to property, 2nd degree, simple battery.
▲ D'Anthony Jabica Miles, 20, Stacy Avenue (Newington)-burglary.
▲ Douglas Shane Robinson, 50, Plantation Road-simple battery.
▲ Priscilla Ann Howard, 41, Bethel Road-probation violation.

Screven Sheriff's Incidents
▲ BRADY BRANCH ROAD-Someone reported an accident where a man fell and hit his head.
▲ BURTON FERRY HIGHWAY-A man stated someone stole his welder.
▲ BUCK CREEK ROAD-A man believed someone to be trespassing and attempting to steal his 4-wheeler.
▲ HIGHWAY 21-During a license check, the K-9 unit alerted on a vehicle where suspected marijuana was located in the center arm rest.
▲ SANDHILL LANE-A complainant stated her son had been struck with a broom handle by her mother.
▲ WHITEHILL ROAD-Someone reported her grandchild had wandered off from her home.
▲ WILLIAMS STORE ROAD-A complainant said a male she was arguing with started pulling her hair, hitting her in the head, and throwing her to the ground repeatedly, then took her vehicle.
▲ EFFINGHAM HIGHWAY-A woman said when she dropped someone off at this location, an unknown person walked up and punched her window, breaking it.
▲ ROLLING RIDGE CIRCLE-A complainant stated his tag decal was lost or stolen.
▲ FARMDALE ROAD-A woman said an unknown person entered her residence and disconnected her life line phone connection.
▲ BLUE BREAM SPUR-A man said an unknown offender took four metal "T" posts that were on his property.
▲ ROBIN STREET-A woman reported her 9-year-old daughter was inappropriately touched by a man.


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