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Police Report 4-20-11 - A woman said three females threatened to cut her with a knife

 

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

No arrests filed.

 

Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests

Christopher Bernard London, 22, Williams Road, Millen – bench warrant.

Trensherra Dasha Rogers, 21, North Main Street – probation violation.

Amanda Adelia Smith, 31, Lanier Drive – reckless driving, disorderly conduct.

Alex Paul Templeman, 24, Booster Boulevard – simple battery, disorderly conduct.

Barton Leigh Hamilton, 24, Sweetgum Road, McRae – aggravated cruelty to animals, reckless conduct, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, abandoning a dead dog on private property.

Donny Chad Hendrix, 36, Womack Road – felony theft by taking, theft by taking.

Anthony Lamar Perkins, 37, Mincey Road, Brooklet – seat belt violation, driving with a suspended license, DUI (refused test).

Sharon Rena Comerford, 47, Washington Avenue, Savannah – obstruction.

Donnie Paul Hodges, 51, Pulaski Road, Register – obstruction, loitering and prowling.

 

Georgia State Patrol Arrests

DUI arrests – none.

Seatbelt citations –none.

Child restraint citations - none.

Speeding citations – none.

Total citations – five.

Georgia Southern University Arrests

Officers issued one citation Monday.
 
Lindsey M. Hertel, Centennial Place - underage possession of alcohol.

 

Statesboro Police Incidents

JEF ROAD – A woman reported receiving two calls from people claiming to be with alarm companies. One offered a free pendant, another offered a free security system, and both wanted her personal identification, Social Security Number and bank account number.

MORRIS HEIGHTS APARMENTS – A woman said three females threatened to cut her with a knife.

In a separate incident, a woman said her boyfriend pushed her against a wall, broke a sink and took her cell phone.

In a third unrelated incident, a woman said her boyfriend took her car keys during a domestic dispute.

JOHN’S PLACE – A man became unruly and struck two employees.

He was arrested when deputies responded and noted visible injuries on the victims.

RUDE RUDY’S – A woman reported the theft of a $420 purse containing $20 and personal ID.

THE EXCHANGE APARTMENTS – A woman said her roommate’s boyfriend’s dog bit her twice. The dog did have current rabies vaccinations.

COLLEGE WALK APARTMENTS – Someone broke a window and stole an Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and games.

THE POINTE AT SOUTHERN – Someone kicked in a door and stole a laptop, TV, $53 and video games.

SIMONS SHOPPING CENTER – A woman said a man pointed a pistol at her.

ELKS LODGE – A woman said she was punched and kicked by three other women. She suffered visible injuries.

 

Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents

HARVILLE ROAD – (Statesboro) A man told deputies someone stole his John Deere tractor around 5:35 a.m., when he was walking. He heard the tractor crank up but didn’t think anything of it until he found it missing. It was found later in a field some distance away.

NORTHPOINT MOBILE HOME PARK – (Statesboro) A woman found where someone tried to pry open her back door, leaving pry marks. The door was open, but she noticed nothing missing.

CANARY LANE – (Statesboro) A woman said someone destroyed a swing set and grill.

JOHN GODLEY ROAD – (Statesboro) A man said another man pointed a gun at him during an argument.

CEDARWOOD ACRES MBILE HOME PARK – (Register) A woman was arrested for disorderly conduct and reckless driving after her involvement in a fight with others. She drove into someone’s front yard in order to start a fight, reports stated.

 

Georgia State Patrol Incidents

Crashes investigated – six.

Fatalities reported –none. 

Total vehicle stops –three.

Seatbelt warnings – none. 

Child restraint warnings –none. 

Speeding warnings – one. 

Total warnings issued – 10. 

Wanted persons apprehended – none. 

Stolen vehicles recovered – none.  

Road checks performed – two. 

Motorists assisted – none. 

Miles patrolled – 531. 

 

Georgia Southern University Incidents

 Officers assisted three motorists, and worked three traffic accidents Monday.
 CENTENNIAL PLACE - Officers were dispatched to a disturbance between roommates.
FOREST DRIVE - A student reported his bike was taken from the Forest Drive Building bike rack.
SANFORD HALL - A resident reported someone keyed his truck while it was parked in A-lot. Also, someone painted graffiti on a door.
TRACK COMPLEX - Officers responded to two calls at the Track Complex.  Two high school athletes became ill during a track meet.  One was transported by EMS.
MATH BUILDING - A student reported his bike was taken from the bike rack.
CARROLL BUILDING - A student reported her bag missing .

Central 911 Reports

Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:

Bulloch County Sheriff's Department-19 calls.

Statesboro Police Department-17 calls.

University Police Department –three calls.

Georgia State Patrol –two calls.

Candler County Sheriff's Department – nine 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:

Statesboro Fire Department – two calls.

Bulloch County Volunteer firefighters – 10 calls.

Metter Fire Department -three calls.

 

911 EMS Reports

Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:

Bulloch County EMS –two accident calls, one fire call and 15 medical calls.

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

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

Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls  Monday:  two calls to Bulloch County First Responders, a all to Georgia Forestry/Bulloch, a call to Screven county 911, a call to Emanuel County 911, and a call to Bryan County -911.

 

 

compiled by Holli Deal Bragg.

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