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Police Report 4-27-11 - COLLEGE STREET – A man reported the theft of metal beams

 

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

Shanequa Lakebra Brown, 23, Highland Road – driving without a valid license, faiure to obey stop sign.

Wayne Jackson, 45, Turner Street – driving with a suspended license, failure to yield, DUI.

Antonio Derell Mikell, 30, Hope Baptist Church road – simple battery.

William Fletcher Stokes, 40, Mitchell Road, Beaverland, TX – public intoxication, criminal trespass.

Patricia Lynn Stokes, 30, B&D Lane – public intoxication.

Elijah Coney Jr., 34, Perkins Road, Millen – driving with a suspended license, tail light violation.

Brenda Joyce Jenkins, 51, South Main Street – battery (domestic violence).

Michael J. Mullen, 28, North Avenue – driving with a suspended license.

Arthur Dan Lee Jr., 31, Solomon Circle – wanted person.

Willie Edward Weaver, 50, Middleground Road – tag light violation, DUI (refused test),obstruction.

Jowanda Lovell Cooper, 23, Packinghouse Road – reckless conduct.

Ebony Tondra-Marie Waters, 22, West Grady Street – reckless conduct.

 

 

Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests

Clorissa Yanette Neal, 22, Packinghouse Road – probation violation.

Travis Lamar Roberts, 23, Pleasant Avenue – failure to obey traffic device, driving with a suspended license.

John Christopher Taylor Jr., 22, Old Happy Lane, Brooklet – felony theft by receiving stolen property.

Xavier Ladonte Washington, 17, Vista Circle – obstruction.

Dean Waters Garvin Jr., 20, Douglas Branch Road, Rocky Ford – obstruction, disorderly conduct, underage possession of alcohol, public intoxication.

Darius Lamar Perkins, 20, Lanier Drive – following too closely, no driver’s license, underage possession of alcohol, marijuana possession.

Antawan Derrel Strickland, 27, Frink Road – failure to obey stop sign, suspended license, criminal trespass, battery.

 

Georgia State Patrol Arrests

(Friday through Monday)

DUI arrests –  none.

Seatbelt citations – five.

Child restraint citations  - none.

Speeding citations – 10.

Total citations – 33.

Georgia Southern University Arrests

Officers issued six traffic citations Friday, one traffic citation Monday.

Jade Simone Jordan, 20, Campus Crossings - simple battery (domestic violence act).

Jaine Elyse Kennedy, 20, Vista Circle - underage possession of alcohol.

Justin Joseph Flynn, 22, Lanier Drive – public indecency.

Arthur Dan Lee, 31, Solomon Circle - wanted person, possession of drug related objects.

Joseph Anthony Arnotti, 20, Boulevard CG26, Atlanta - underage possession of alcohol, possession of false ID, possession of marijuana, giving false information to law enforcement officer.

John Michael Funnell, 18, Centennial Place - possession of marijuana.

Statesboro Police Incidents

THE SACK COMPANY – Several spools of wire were reported stolen.

JET DRIVE – A man let his 10-month-old female black and tan dachshund out to “do her business and heard a car stop. The dog never came back and he suspects someone stole her.

COLLEGE STREET – A man reported the theft of metal beams and listed suspects. The suspects offered to pay and the complainant agreed to accept payment instead of having them arrested.

WEST GRADY STREET – A man reported the theft of gas heaters, a steel sink, water heater and copper tubing.

 

Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents

OAK RIDGE DRIVE – (Statesboro) A woman said a man offered to repave her driveway for $250. He did so, but did a poor job. When she tried to call him, the number provided was disconnected.

LANGSTON CHAPEL ROAD – (Statesboro) A woman refused treatment by EMS after 911 dispatched a medical call.

LUCY LANE – (Statesboro) A man and woman were involved in a domestic dispute.

 

Georgia State Patrol Incidents

(Friday through Monday)

Crashes investigated – eight.

Fatalities reported – none.

Total vehicle stops -74.

Seatbelt warnings –22.   

Child restraint warnings – two.

Speeding warnings – 14.  

Total warnings issued –78.   

Wanted persons apprehended – none.  

Stolen vehicles recovered – none.  

Road checks performed – 12.  

Motorists assisted –two.   

Miles patrolled –1,934   

 

Georgia Southern University Incidents

Officers issued one traffic citation, assisted two motorists, responded to two alarms and investigated one accident Monday.

UNIVERSITY VILLAS – Someone reported a battery incident. Also, someone reported graffiti found.
EINSTEINS BAGELS – Someone reported a fight.

 Officers issued four traffic warnings, six traffic citations, assisted eight motorists, responded to five alarms, and assisted another agency on a call in the area near campus over the weekend.
 CENTENNIAL PLACE – Police received a complaint of possible drug activity.
Central 911 Reports

Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:

Bulloch County Sheriff's Department- nine calls.

Statesboro Police Department-20 calls.

University Police Department – three calls.

Georgia State Patrol – five calls.

Candler County Sheriff's Department –eight calls.

Evans County Sheriff's Department – six calls.

Claxton Police Department –two calls.

 

911 Fire Department Reports

Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:

Statesboro Fire Department – four calls.

Bulloch County Volunteer firefighters – four calls.

Metter Fire Department –one call.

Claxton Fire Department –one call.

911 EMS Reports

Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:

Bulloch County EMS –one fire call and 18 medical calls.

Candler County EMS – four medical calls.

Evans County EMS – two accident calls and seven medical calls.

Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Monday: one call to Bulloch County First Responders and four miscellaneous calls.  

 

 

compiled by Holli Deal Bragg.

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