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Police Report 9-25-13 - Someone stole a light blue 1989 Chevrolet Caprice.

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➤  Arrests
▲ Alexander Michael Smith, 21, Wyonia Way, Fayetteville — DUI, headlights violation.
▲ Kameron Christophe Hill, 23, Ethel Lane, Stockbridge — theft by shoplifting.
▲ Megan Alexis Greathouse, 18, Country Drive, Johns Creek — failure to maintain lane, marijuana possession, DUI (refused test), giving false information, possession/use of a drug-related object.
▲ Christopher Joseph, 28, Chandler Road — simple battery on a law enforcement officer, obstruction, criminal trespass.
▲ David Lamar Sparks, 42, Hendrix Circle — public intoxication.
▲ Christopher Allen Garza, 35, Dry Branch Village — wanted person, marijuana possession.
▲ Jesse Erwin Strickland, 25, Ellis Road — suspended license, headlights violation.
▲ Aaron Akeem Towns, 18, Allana Court, Stone Mountain — possession of drug paraphernalia, marijuana possession.
▲ Earl Antoine Barkley III, 18, Seth Way, Lithonia — marijuana possession.
▲ Keith Antoine Williamson, 18, Lanier Drive — racing on highways or streets, reckless driving, improper use of center lane.
▲ Arlether Williams, 49, The Lodge Apartments — criminal trespass.
▲ Deahmoz Oshmic Floyd, 20, Georgia Avenue — defective taillight, suspended license, open container, marijuana possession with intent to distribute, giving false information, wanted person.
▲ Brandon Joel Fletcher, 21, South Main Street — failure to notify owner upon striking a vehicle, obstruction, DUI.
▲ Keyonda Charnelle Hayes, 19, Georgia Avenue — theft by shoplifting.
▲ Imani Pearl Templeton, 21, University Place — possession of drug paraphernalia, marijuana possession.
▲ Marcus Jerod Littlejohn, 24, Lanier Drive — marijuana possession.

➤  Incidents
▲ BELK — One or more persons shoplifted four pairs of Michael Kors shoes, three Dooney & Bourke handbags, a denim vest and two pairs of pink denim pants. The three women witnesses saw commit the crime fled in a dark blue car, and police are reviewing video of the incident.
▲ EAGLE VILLAS — A Lorcin 9 mm handgun was stolen from a vehicle.
▲ LITTLEJOHN COURT — A stereo system was stolen from a car.
▲ THE FORUM — Someone stole $10 from a vehicle.
▲ EASON STREET — A woman said a man threatened her with a knife and said he wanted to kill her.
▲ PRIMETIME LOUNGE — A man called a locksmith, then fled without paying for the locksmith’s services.
▲ STATESBORO HIGH SCHOOL — A woman left a purse in a classroom and returned to find it missing.
▲ WALMART — A man walked out of the store without paying for three pork butts, two packs of pork chops, three chuck roasts, two packs of sirloin steaks and three bags of shrimp.
In a separate incident, a woman told police an unknown man touched her juvenile child in an inappropriate manner. The case is being investigated.
▲ FAIR ROAD — A man followed a driver who he said threw items out of his vehicle, almost striking the complainant’s vehicle. When he stopped the offender at his home, the offender threatened him with a tire iron, he said.
▲ THE AVENUE AT SOUTHERN — Someone stole a light blue 1989 Chevrolet Caprice.
▲ EAGLE COURT APARTMENTS — Police are investigating a reported statutory rape incident.
▲ BAYMONT INN & SUITES — A man said someone tried to steal a white 2001 Chevrolet 1500 pickup truck.
▲ FLASH FOODS/U.S. HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH — A man placed the following in his pockets and tried to leave without paying: Red Bull energy drinks, Snickers bars and Skittles.
▲ MIKELL STREET — Someone stole a TV.
▲ RUCKER LANE — A man said a woman he barely knows showed up at his home after the two argued over Twitter. He said she threatened him with a Taser, “pushed and smacked him,” reports stated.
▲ DAYS INN — A complainant reported a purse, garage door opener, and $4 in change stolen from a vehicle.

➤  Arrests/Incidents
Reports will be published Wednesday.

➤  Arrests
▲ Troopers issued four seat belt citations, 16 speeding citations, two child restraint citations and 34 total citations Friday through Sunday.

➤  Incidents
▲ Troopers investigated 12 crashes with seven reported injuries; stopped 89 vehicles; patrolled 1,973 miles; issued two seat belt warnings, 55 speeding warnings and 68 total warnings; assisted two motorists and performed one security detail Friday through Sunday.

➤  Arrests
▲ Officers issued two traffic citations Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
▲ Eric Alan Levingood, 21, Holly Drive, was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of an accident
▲ Tyler Alexander Duke, 21, Holly Drive, was arrested and charged with DUI (.138) and a stop sign violation
▲ Anthony Lee Lane, 31, Burkhalter Circle, was arrested and charged with DUI (.204)  

➤  Incidents
▲ Officers issued six traffic warnings and assisted  eight motorists Friday through Sunday.
▲ CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER — Officers responded to a fire alarm caused when the pull station malfunctioned.
▲ UNIVERSITY VILLAS — Officers responded to a report of an alcohol violation. Four students were referred to Judicial Affairs, and one minor was turned over to a parent.
▲ PAULSON STADIUM — A student was reported using offensive language and was referred to Judicial Affairs.

➤  Law Enforcement Reports
Central 911 Dispatchers issued the following calls Friday–Sunday:
▲ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department — 27 calls Friday, 19 calls Saturday and 15 calls Sunday.
▲ Statesboro Police Department — 42 calls Friday, 45 calls Saturday and 37 calls Sunday.
▲ Georgia Southern University Police — three calls Saturday and one call Sunday.
▲ Georgia State Patrol — 11 calls Friday, eight calls Saturday and four calls Sunday.
▲ Candler County Sheriff’s Department — nine calls Friday, nine calls Saturday and 10 calls Sunday.
▲ Evans County Sheriff’s Department — three calls Friday, seven calls Saturday and eight calls Sunday.
▲ Claxton Police Department — three calls Saturday and one call Sunday.
▲ Portal Police Department — one call Saturday, one call Sunday.
▲ Brooklet  Police Department — one call Saturday and one call Sunday.    
▲ Metter Police Department — four calls Friday, seven calls Saturday and six calls Sunday.
▲ Register Police Department — one call Friday.

➤ Fire Department Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Friday–Sunday:
▲ Statesboro Fire Department — six calls Friday, four calls Saturday and four calls Sunday.
▲ Bulloch County Volunteer Firefighters — two calls Saturday.
▲ Georgia Forestry Commission (Bulloch) - one call Sunday .
➤ Emergency Medical Service Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Friday–Sunday:
▲ Bulloch County EMS — four accident calls, one fire call and 16 medical calls Friday; 16 medical calls and three calls to first responders Saturday; and one accident call, one call to the coroner, one fire call, four calls to first responders and 15 medical calls Sunday.
▲ Candler County EMS — one accident call, one fire call and 16 medical calls Friday; 10 medical calls Saturday; and eight medical calls Sunday.
▲ Evans County EMS —  four medical calls Friday, one accident call and two medical calls Saturday, and six medical calls Sunday.

▲ Central  911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Friday: four calls to Bulloch County First Responders, a call to Air Evac, 53 hang-up calls and five miscellaneous calls. 
▲ Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Saturday: 46 hang-up calls, a call to Effingham County 911, a call to Emanuel County 911 and a call to Screven County 911.
▲ Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Sunday:  38 hang-up calls, a call to Air Evac, a call to Bryan County 911, a call to the Georgia Department of Transportation and a call to Emanuel County 911.

— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg

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