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Police Report - April 20

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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   
    NOTICE: Charges (cocaine possession with intent to distribute, marijuana possession with intent to distribute, trafficking in cocaine) against Erica Taneice Butler, 19, Spence Drive, Brooklet;  Tidaeiyia Shulay Lewis, 19, West Jones Avenue; and Shaunika Lawuan Pearsall, 19, East Jones Avenue, were dropped after further investigation, said Statesboro Police Lt. Thomas Williams.
    Sharon Denise Pinkney, 32, Johnson Street — headlights violation, driving with a suspended license, wanted person,
    Quincy Scott Jr., street address unlisted, Portal — wanted person.
    Kendall Sinclair Cooper, 21, West Inman Street — cocaine possession with intent to distribute, marijuana possession with intent to distribute, trafficking in cocaine.
    Tommy Lee Williams, 21, Millen — wanted person, cocaine possession with intent to distribute, marijuana possession with intent to distribute, trafficking in cocaine.
    Pierre Fitzgerald Coney, 24, Toole Court, Millen — cocaine possession with intent to distribute, marijuana possession with intent to distribute, trafficking in cocaine.
    Hollis Terry Mainer Jr., 24, North Easy Street — burglary.
    Arthur Putnam Hollis, 20, Jennifer drive, Forsyth — underage possession of alcohol, DUI.
    Sanchez Truman Houston, 20, Watson Street, Carrollton — failure to maintain lane, driving with a suspended license, DUI.
Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests   

    Jeremy Mincey McCullough, 19, Packinghouse Road — probation violation.
    Arizona Zeb Connell, 20, Westside Road — bench warrant.
    Ramone Aurickae Bowers, 38, New Mexico Avenue, Savannah — burglary, possession of tools for  the commission of a crime.
    Venyke Medley, 21, Little Lotts Creek Apartments — probation violation.
    Richard Carl Adams, 29, Pamela Way — public intoxication, disorderly conduct.
    Valerie Michelle Resendez, 25, Wildwood Villas — obstruction, bench warrant.
    Joseph Atticus Rigdon, 26, Antigua Drive, Guyton — obstruction.
    David Gene Miller, 24, Lewis Street — warrant served for theft by taking motor vehicle.
    Charles William Jones, 19, Kent Street — probation violation.
    Michelle Elaine White, 20, Colfax Road West —  DUI, failure to maintain lane, warrant executed for theft by taking.
    John Humphries, 35, U.S. 301 North — warrant served for theft by receiving stolen property.
Georgia State Patrol Arrests

    Troopers issued 13 traffic violation citations Wednesday.
Georgia Southern University Arrests
       Alton Lynell Johnson, 19, Atlanta — possession of marijuana and wanted person.
Statesboro Police Incidents   
    WAL-MART — Two women were arrested for taking clothing and consumables without paying.
    UNIVERSITY PLACE APARTMENTS — A man said an unknown man struck him in the face with his fist.
    STATESBORO PLACE APARTMENTS — A man reported the theft of an Ipod, laptop computer and Play Station II.
    BROAD STREET — A woman said a man called several times, harassing her with vulgar language.
    CRESCENT AVENUE — A man reported the theft of a Play Station II controller and adult videos.
    SAVANNAH AVENUE — A man reported the theft of a roto tiller.
    EAGLE CREEK TOWNHOUSES — A man said neighbors left a note harassing him and calling him racist. The neighbors, who are being evicted, also drove in his lane "playing chicken" to harass him, he said.
    PARK PLACE APARTMENTS — A woman said another woman sent her a threatening text message.
    TURTLES — A man refused to leave after being asked to do so because he threw a beer bottle and cup into the pond.
    FOXRIDGE APARTMENTS — A woman said the father of her baby struck her with a water bottle.
Bulloch Sheriff's Incidents   
    LOCKETT DRIVE — (Register) A woman said another female came to her house intent upon fighting.
    OLD REGISTER ROAD —  (Statesboro) Deputies investigated a rash of entering auto cases in three separate locations within the same area.  Complainants on Old Register Road reported the following items taken from vehicles as well as the remaining contents of their cars ransacked:
    A) One complainant reported a satellite radio taken
    B) A second victim reported two knives, a cell phone charger, Nike sneakers and a radar detector.    
    C) A third victim reported his trunk opened but nothing taken.
    D) A fourth victim said a 12 gauge shotgun, shells, and a logic lamp missing.
    E) A fifth victim reported Oakley sunglasses, a satellite radio, radar detector, two debit cards and three credit cards as well as $100 cash, an FM modulator and class ring taken.
    CEDARWOOD ACRES MOBILE HOME PARK —(Old Register Way, Register) Deputies investigated three cases of entering auto. Victims listed the following items taken from vehicles:
    A) One victim reported the theft of a wallet, an Ipod, a check card and eye glasses.
    B) A second victim said a CD player was taken.
    C) A third victim reported the theft of an Ipod.
    GREENHAVEN MOBILE HOME PARK — (Old Register Road, Statesboro) Deputies investigated several cases of entering auto, with victims reporting the following items taken:
    A) One victim said someone took the following from four vehicles: CDs, a radar detectors, a CD case filled with CDs, a wrist pocketbook, sunglasses, a touch-screen CD player, a socket set, a calculator, checkbook, laptop computer, Ipod, and flip flop shoes.
    B) A second victim told deputies someone took from his vehicle two debit cards, GSU ID card, and his driver's license.
    C) A third victim reported missing a book bag.
    D) A fourth victim listed a black hooded jacket taken.
    E) A fifth victim told deputies someone entered two trucks and took two radar detectors, an Ipod, and a satellite radio.
    F) A sixth victim reported a radio head unit, a bottle of Curves cologne, and a bottle of Hugo Boss cologne taken from his truck. This victim's report listed a suspected offender by name as well as a juvenile suspect.
Georgia State Patrol Incidents   
    Troopers issued 20 warnings, assisted four motorists and investigated three crashes with two reported injuries Wednesday.
Georgia Southern University Incidents
    VARIOUS LOCATIONS — A case of harassment was reported at several locations on campus.
    HANNER GYM — Someone said a wallet was taken from the tennis courts.
    Officers issued two traffic warnings, assisted three motorists and one injured person, and responded to one fire alarm Wednesday.
911  Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Wednesday:
    Bulloch County Sheriff's Department - 12 calls.
    Statesboro Police Department — 17 calls.
    Georgia State Patrol Post 45 — two calls.
    Candler County Sheriff's Department — four calls.
    Brooklet Police Department — one call.
911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Wednesday:
    Statesboro Fire Department — four calls.
    Claxton Fire Department — one call.
    Hagan Fire Department — one call.
911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Wednesday:
    Bulloch County EMS — one accident call and 13 medical calls.   
    Candler County EMS — one accident call and five medical calls.  
    Evans County EMS — no medical calls.    
    Central 911 operators also routed a call to Bryan County 911, a call to Effingham County 911 and a call to Toombs County 911.
— Compiled by Holli Deal Bragg
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