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Police Report 5-10-11 - HOMETOWN INN - A woman reported the theft of a Bible

       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 DEPARTMENT
Arrests
▲ Teoboris Franklin Barnes, 20, Lanier Drive - theft by shoplifting.
▲ Willis Addison Jr., 36, Dogwood Drive, Hapeville - driving with a suspended license, following too closely.
▲ Paul Walden, 44, West Cherry Street - theft by deception.
▲ Jerry Lavone Rawls, 44, Johnson Street - probation violation.
▲ James Lovis Williams, 48, Garfield Street - failure to maintain lane, DUI.
▲ Sherwin Hagan, 28, Aruba Road, Claxton - theft by shoplifting.
▲ Kasey Allen Sikes, 23, North Hwy. 1, Swainsboro - failure to appear.
▲ David Lamont Wells, 31, Black creek Church Road, Brooklet - driving with a revoked license, excessive volume, wanted person.

Incidents
▲ HOMETOWN INN - A woman reported the theft of a Bible, $70 and a debit card from her room by a listed offender.
▲ GROOVER LANE - A juvenile hit another juvenile in the mouth during an argument.
▲ DAVIS STREET - A married couple were engaged in a domestic dispute ended in someone calling police.
▲ THE EXCHANGE APARTMENTS - A GPS unit and iPod were taken from one car, while another person reported the theft of a wallet and GPS unit from a car.
▲ GEORGIA BED AND BREAKFAST - A wallet was stolen from a car.
▲ FAIR ROAD APARTMENTS - A woman said her live-in boyfriend pushed her against a door.
▲ DENMARK STREET - A couple argued over infidelity issues.
▲ WALMART - A man shoplifted a shaver, and another two men stole a TV. The man who took the shaver was arrested, but store employees did not catch the TV thieves.
▲ NORTH MAIN STREET - A woman reported someone broke a window and stole medications, a Nintendo 64, an Atari, overnight bag and cell phone.
▲ PLATINUM LOUNGE - A woman was involved in a fight with an unknown person and suffered visible injuries.

BULLOCH COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Arrests
▲ Joseph Edwin Williams, 42, Sinkhole Road - battery, third degree cruelty to children, criminal trespass.
▲ Eddie Dewayne Warren, 25, Greenhaven Mobile Home Park - battery.
▲ Christopher Lynn Anderson, 24, Beasley Road - improper stopping on roadway, possession/use of a drug related object, illegal possession of Xanax (alprazolam).
▲ Bryan Davis Lewis, 54, Kendricks Road, Brooklet - disorderly conduct.
▲ James Malcolm Wilkes, 44, Moore Road, Portal - criminal trespass, burglary, theft by taking.
▲ Tina Marie Parker, 37, Moore Road, Portal - criminal trespass, burglary, theft by taking, terroristic threats.
▲ Bridgit Denise Martin, 17, Moore Road, Portal - criminal trespass, burglary, theft by taking.
▲ James Calvin Harris, 23, Live Oak Lane, Pembroke - battery (family violence), obstructing or hindering persons making emergency phone calls.
▲ Robert Daniel Brown, 29, Hawk Lane - DUI.
▲ Brian Lee Underwood, 35, Honey Dew Lane, Brooklet - burglary, theft by deception.
▲ Jessie Oliver Reed III, 50, Franklin Road - probation violation, speeding, suspended license and suspended registration.
▲ Steven Lane Thigpen, 53, Grimshaw Lane - bench warrant.
▲ Nicole Mochelle Bogenholm, 28, Scarboro Road, Portal - battery.

Incidents
▲ H'S FOOD MART - (Statesboro) Deputies found a man passed out at the gas pumps. They revived him from an alcoholic haze with smelling salts, but the man could not answer their questions. All he could utter aside from unintelligible words were "I love my Grandpa." Deputies took him to jail to sober up, charging him with public intoxication.
▲ BURKHALTER ROAD - (Statesboro) A woman reported an unknown person texting her several times since Christmas asking her for money.
▲ SINKHOLE ROAD - (Statesboro) Two men were arrested after a physical fight. One man was also involved in a fight with his daughter, who is married to the other man.
- Compiled by Holli Deal Bragg

 

 

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