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Police Report - 10-13-12; A man reported pecans stolen from his property.

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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. Arrest photos are available for viewing at

➤ Arrests
    ▲ Cherisse Robin Engles, 38, Johnson Street — theft by shoplifting.
    ▲ Charles Ronald Davidson, 54, Possum Lane, Metter — probation violation.
    ▲ Mitchell Eady, 48, West Main Street — wanted person.
    ▲ Christopher Barnard Jordan, 19, Chandler Road — disorderly conduct, obstruction.
    ▲ Yvonne King, 53, U.S. Highway 301 North — probation violation.

➤ Incidents
    ▲ COLLEGE WALK APARTMENTS — A woman said medications, shoes and $40 were stolen from the apartment complex office.
    ▲ UNIVERSITY VILLAS AT SOUTHERN — Someone stole an Xbox 360 and Air Jordan shoes.
    ▲ SOUTHERN VILLAS — Someone took a Sony PlayStation, TV, cologne, and a wallet.

➤ Arrests
    ▲ Arrest records unavailable Friday.

➤ Incidents
    ▲ HAGIN LANE — (Statesboro) Two males under age 21 and a 15-year-old female were arrested for underage drinking. One also had marijuana, which he tried to drop and kick under his car, but a deputy saw it. The deputy stopped the car because of a faulty brake light and because it appeared suspicious in an area being watched by law enforcement.
    ▲ MOORE ROAD — (Portal) A man reported pecans stolen from his property.
    ▲ OLD RIVER ROAD NORTH — (Statesboro) A woman reported the theft of medication, a shotgun and shells.

➤ Arrests/Incidents
    ▲ Information unavailable Friday.
➤ Arrests
    ▲ Officers issued two traffic citations Thursday.
    ▲ Tia Sheree Ricks, 19, Atlanta — leaving the scene of an accident — hit and run.
    ▲ Jeremy Leon Settler, 18, Savannah — underage possession of alcohol, possession of a false ID, and criminal trespass. 

➤ Incidents
    ▲ Officers issued three traffic warnings and assisted five motorists.
    ▲ FREEDOM’S LANDING — Officers responded in reference to suspicious activity — a disagreement between occupants on the noise level emanating from one of the apartments.
    ▲ SOUTHERN COURTYARD — Officers responded in reference to an intoxicated subject, unknown to the occupants, forcefully entering their apartment.  The intoxicated subject was arrested and two other subjects were judicially referred to university officials.
➤ Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Thursday:
    ▲ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department -13 calls.
    ▲ Statesboro Police Department - 15 calls.
    ▲ Georgia Southern University Police - no calls.
    ▲ Georgia State Patrol - nine calls.
    ▲ Candler County Sheriff’s Department - eight calls.
    ▲ Evans County Sheriff’s Department - two calls.
    ▲ Claxton Police Department — two calls.
➤ Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Thursday:
    ▲ 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 Thursday:
    ▲ Bulloch County EMS — one accident call and 14 medical calls.
    ▲ Candler County EMS — four medical calls.
    ▲ Evans County EMS — nine medical calls.
    ▲ Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Thursday:  three calls to Bulloch County First Responders and two calls to Tattnall County 911 .

— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg

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