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Screven, Sylvania police reports - A woman reported another vehicle being aggressive with her

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Posted: April 26, 2011 10:07 p.m.
Updated: April 26, 2011 10:05 p.m.

     Sylvania Police Arrests
    ▲ Tarrence Lamonz Turner, 28, Peachtree Circle—probation violation.
    ▲ Cordarylro Lamar Warren, 22, East Lloyd Street (Pensicola, FL)—possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of controlled substance or marijuana with intent, drugs to be kept in original container.
    ▲ Chaz J. Burgest, 21, 4th Avenue-- possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of controlled substance or marijuana with intent, drugs to be kept in original container.
    ▲ Anthony Jamahl Bassett, 24, Pensicola, FL—failure to signal/improper signal, failure to maintain lane, driving under influence/drugs, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of controlled substance or marijuana with intent, drugs to be kept in original container.
    ▲ Kathy Lanette Williams, 37, Waynesboro Highway—driving without license-failure to obtain in 30 days.
    ▲ Rickey Andrea Arnett, 42, Carver Road—driving while license suspended/revoked/2nd or subsequent offense.
    ▲ Artist Collins, 64, Ott Street—disorderly conduct, public drunkenness.
    ▲ Tyler William Koontz, 25, Crepe Myrtle Lane (Port Orange, FL)—obstructing traffic/failure to yield, DUI alcohol.
    ▲ Jonathan Travis Oliver, 29, Lovett Street—court sentence/jail time.
    ▲ Jeremy Nechonge Roberts, 22, Bay Street—failure to appear for probation violation.

 Sylvania Police  Incidents
    ▲ WEST MAIN STREET—Several bags of pills and marijuana were found during a vehicle traffic stop.
    ▲ THOMPSON STREET—A woman reported damage done to her vehicle.

Screven Sheriff's Arrests
    ▲ Robert Lee McCann, 40, Red Breast Road—DUI of alcohol over .08 grams.
    ▲ George Justin Cail, 28, Bobcat Road—bench warrant.
    ▲ Jacqueline M. Veit, 27, Waterton Circle (Bluffton, SC)—driving while license suspended/revoked, speeding.
    ▲ Yolonda Leeks, 33, Stock Yard Road—bench warrant.
    ▲ Kenneth Marquel Booze, 24, Foxhunter Road—court sentence.
    ▲ Chris J. Gregory, 23, Statesboro Highway—criminal trespass.
    ▲ James Thomas Sowell, 20, Bascom Road—hold for investigation.
    ▲ Yolanda Cheryl Reason, 30, Waters Grove Road—DUI of alcohol.
    ▲ Charles Dale Henderson, 28, Montclair Avenue (Goosecreek, SC)—obstruction of officer, criminal trespass.
    ▲ Carlos Deandre Wilson, 34, Sandhill Lane—court sentence.
    ▲ Daniel Lee Muns, 42, Ellison Bridge Road (Sardis)—court sentence.
    ▲ David Alexander Mock, 53, Wiseman Road—DUI of alcohol.
    ▲ Tyler William Koontz, 25, Crepe Murtle Lane—DUI of alcohol.
    ▲ Daniel Olin Waters, 53, McDonald Church Road—probation violation.
    ▲ Brandy Lane Brantley, 38, Greenland Road (Blythe)—criminal trespass, theft by taking.
    ▲ Jennifer Regan Powell, 28, Greenland Road (Blythe)—criminal trespass, criminal attempt.

Screven Sheriff's Incidents
    ▲ HIGHWAY 24—A woman reported another vehicle being aggressive with her on the highway.
    ▲ PEOPLES FARM ROAD—Someone was reported stealing jumper cables and a fuel pump from the complainant’s farm.
    ▲ STATESBORO HIGHWAY—A complainant reported a family dispute.
    ▲ BOAD LANDING at BLUE SPRINGS—A complainant reported someone sideswiped her car while parked at this location.
    ▲ DRY BRANCH ROAD—A complainant said two different bullets struck a tree in his yard while he was cutting grass.
    ▲ GILGAL ROAD—A woman reported juveniles taking her vehicle without permission.
    ▲ VICTORY DRIVE—A woman reported an intruder in her home.
    ▲ PEAT MOSS LANE—A man reported someone trespassing and damaging his property.
    ▲ STATESBORO HIGHWAY—A man reported his welder missing from his barn.
    ▲ STATESBORO HIGHWAY—A subject fled from custody for the second time but was apprehended close to the scene.
    ▲ MILLHAVEN PLANTATION—A man reported the burglary of scrap metal from his residence in progress.
    ▲ SCARBORO HIGHWAY—A man said someone broke into his vehicle and stole a DVD player, monitor, remote, and GPS system.
    ▲ BASCOM ROAD—A man said his back door was kicked in and washer and dryer were stolen.
    ▲ CAPTOLA ROAD—A complainant stated a grill was taken from church property.
    ▲ PECAN GROVE ROAD—A man reported damage done to his vehicle.
    ▲ HIGHWAY 73—A driver was reported being aggressive on the road.
    ▲ HILLCREST DRIVE—A complainant reported his heating and air conditioning unit was stolen out of his yard.
    ▲ BENJI DRIVE—A property dispute was reported.
    ▲ PECAN GROVE ROAD—A complainant stated someone broke in and stole his diamond bracelet.
    ▲ SHADY LANE ROAD—A woman reported windows in a neighboring residence were broken out.
    ▲ BUCK ROAD—A complainant reported a child custody interference.
    ▲ HUCKLEBERRY ROAD—A complainant reported a renter leaving damage to his property.
    ▲ WAYNESBORO HIGHWAY—Someone was reported stealing $800 from his vehicle.
    ▲ BUTTERMILK ROAD—Someone paid for 105 cows with bad checks.
    ▲ HALCYONDALE ROAD—A man reported receiving harassing phone calls including profanity and verbal threats.
    ▲ PECAN GROVE ROAD—A domestic dispute was reported over jewelry.
    ▲ WINCHESTER ROAD—A verbal dispute was reported.
    ▲ SANDHILL LANE—A fight ensued between two males and a female.
    ▲ JOE LEWIS CLUB—A male was reported being punched in the eye.
    ▲ JENKHILL ROAD—A man said his mailbox was damaged.
    ▲ WESTVIEW APARTMENTS—A woman said her brother took her car.
    ▲ EFFINGHAM HIGHWAY—A grill was stolen off a man’s property.
    ▲ FRIENDSHIP ROAD—A woman said she paid a man to put up security cameras, but he left with her money without finishing the job.
    ▲ TWIN OAKS ROAD—A woman said someone stole a shotgun from her bedroom.
    ▲ MAIN STREET (Rocky Ford)—Someone was reported stealing a prescription bottle of Aderall from the complainant’s vehicle.
    ▲ ROUGHRIDER ROAD—A man said someone stole the battery out of his vehicle.

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