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Police Report - 9-27-12; A man called deputies to report his father had beaten.

    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. Arrest photos are available for viewing at statesboroherald.com/arrests/


STATESBORO POLICE DEPARTMENT
➤ Arrests
    ▲ Leroy Junior Robbins, 56, Kennedy Bridge Road, Register — second offense DUI (refused test), headlights violation, expired tag, suspended license.
    ▲ Davis Simpson, 19, Statesboro Place Circle — driving without a valid license, failure to obey traffic device.
    ▲ Lagrant Clark, 51, South College Street — wanted person.
    ▲ Nicola Fontella Alston, 24, Railroad Street, Brooklet — theft by shoplifting.
    ▲ Maureen Magrowski Lerma, 53, McBride Circle, Sylvania — possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, stop sign violation, obstruction.
    ▲ Jehan Lamar Calhoun, 19, Bermuda Run — wanted person.
    ▲ Adrienne Lachelle Trowel, 42, U.S. Highway 301 South — marijuana possession, drug paraphernalia possession.
    ▲ Albert Gustavus Weaver, 34, Daphne Lane — marijuana possession, drug paraphernalia possession.

➤ Incidents
    ▲ SOUTH COLLEGE STREET — A woman called police about an unwanted person at her residence, but the man in question was wanted by police — for outstanding warrants for failure to appear in court on an open container charge.
    ▲ GARDEN DISTRICT APARTMENTS — Officers responded to a domestic dispute.
    ▲ FOX RIDGE APARTMENTS — A woman took 10 to 30 ibuprofen tablets. She told responding officers it was for stomach pain but later admitted trying to harm herself. She was taken to the hospital for treatment.
    ▲ UNIVERSITY VILLAGE AT SOUTHERN — Officers responding to a noise complaint smelled marijuana, but the apartment tenants would not consent to a search. Three were cited for noise ordinance violation and one was arrested on outstanding warrants.

BULLOCH COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
➤ Arrests
    ▲ Christopher Lee Hodges, 36, McCoy Road, Pembroke — obstruction, simple battery.
    ▲ Costello Reese III, 38, Shelby Street — child support lockup (failure to pay).
    ▲ Hank Wallis Wells, 29, Willow Lane, Brooklet — child support lockup (failure to pay).

➤ Incidents
    ▲ McKELVEEN ROAD — (Brooklet) A man said three men claiming to be law enforcement officers handcuffed him and placed him in an SUV, questioning him about a shoplifting incident “in the city.” They wore suits and ties and had badges, he said.
    ▲ BLACK CREEK CHURCH ROAD — (Brooklet) A juvenile male was arrested for refusing to attend school.
    ▲ R.L. LEE ROAD — (Clito) A man reported the theft of a leaf blower and found evidence of trespassing, suspecting someone was trying to steal again.
    ▲ SPOTTED FAWN ROAD — (Statesboro) An Excelsior EMC representative reported someone tampering with a meter box and using electricity illegally by having reconnected the power after it had been cut off by the company for nonpayment.
    ▲ McCOY ROAD — (Pembroke) A man called deputies to report his father had beaten  him during an argument. The complainant’s father and mother said the man had fallen due to inebriation, and that he had thrown a glass, striking his mother. He tested positive for alcohol inebriation on breath tests and was arrested.
    ▲ JESSICA LANE — (Statesboro) A woman said her husband threw a glass of water on her during an argument about her finding a job.
    ▲ BOWEN ROAD — (Portal) A man reported teenagers riding golf carts and four-wheelers, carrying BB guns, at all hours of the night.


GEORGIA STATE PATROL POST 45
➤ Arrests
    ▲ Seat belt citations — three.
    ▲ Child restraint citations — none.
    ▲ Speeding citations — four.
    ▲ Total citations — 11.

➤ Incidents
    ▲ Crashes investigated — six. 
    ▲ Fatalities reported — none.
    ▲ Injuries reported — two.
    ▲ Total vehicle stops — 28.
    ▲ Seat belt warnings — none.
    ▲ Child restraint warnings — none.
    ▲ Speeding warnings — eight. 
    ▲ Total warnings issued — 17.
    ▲ Wanted persons apprehended — none.
    ▲ Stolen vehicles recovered — none. 
    ▲ Road checks performed — none.
    ▲ Motorists assisted — two.
    ▲ Miles patrolled — 577. 
     
GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY POLICE
➤ Arrests
    ▲ Officers issued two traffic citations Tuesday.
    ▲ Tamiya Latrice Jordan, 18, Brunswick — theft by taking.

➤ Incidents
    ▲ Officers wrote three traffic warnings and assisted four motorists Tuesday.
    ▲ UNIVERSITY VILLAS — Someone reported a criminal trespass incident and one occupant of an apartment was judicially referred to university officials.
    ▲ RECREATION ACTIVITY CENTER — Someone reported an iPhone stolen, and a suspect was arrested.

BULLOCH CENTRAL 911 REPORTS
➤ Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
    ▲ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department — 14 calls.
    ▲ Statesboro Police Department — 19 calls.
    ▲ Georgia Southern University Police — one call.
    ▲ Georgia State Patrol — eight calls.
    ▲ Candler County Sheriff’s Department — four calls.
    ▲ Evans County Sheriff’s Department — no calls.
    ▲ Claxton Police Department — two calls.
    ▲ Brooklet Police Department — three calls.
 
➤ Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
    ▲ Statesboro Fire Department — two calls. 
    ▲ Bulloch County Volunteer Firefighters — one call.
    ▲ Metter Fire Department — one call.

➤ Emergency Medical Service Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
    ▲ Bulloch County EMS — one accident call and 22 medical calls.
    ▲ Candler County EMS — one medical call.
    ▲ Evans County EMS — one accident call and four medical calls.
 
    ▲ Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Tuesday: four calls to Bulloch County First Responders.

— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg

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