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Police Report 10-8-13 - Officers discovered an intoxicated female lying on the pavement

    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
➤ Arrests
▲ Jordan Adam Hicks, 20, Brampton Avenue — failure to maintain lane, expired tag, DUI under 21, underage possession of alcohol.
▲ Jose Reyes Ramirez, 34, Bragan Road, Brooklet — driving without a valid license, defective taillight.
▲ Dimitri Lamars Bell, 21, Statesboro Place Circle — DUI, marijuana possession.
▲ Robert Louis Dickinson Jr., 53, Northwest 26 Court, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. — theft by taking, marijuana possession, giving false information, criminal trespass.
▲ Troy Dean Durden, 46, Jones Mill Road — failure to maintain lane, wanted person, DUI.
▲ Ashie Letron Jones, 41, College Boulevard — DUI, tag light violation.
▲ Robert Marvin Arnold, 28, James Woods Avenue, Savannah — theft by shoplifting obstruction.
▲ Argene James Barnes, 58, Rountree Street — theft by shoplifting.
▲ Herber Griffin, 20, University Pines Apartments — theft by shoplifting.
▲ Derissa Leshae Walker, 20, West Parrish Street — terroristic threats, possession of weapons on school  grounds.
▲ Christopher Horace Perkins, 38, Mincey Road, Brooklet — probation violation.
▲ Joy Lee Brown, 39, Packinghouse Road — expired tag, suspended license, no proof of insurance.
▲ Daniel Jackson Jr., 34, East Olliff Street — wanted person.
▲ Kionna Shanea Graves, 23, Morris Heights Apartments — suspended license, seat belt violation.
▲ Jalisa Latrelle James, 20, South College Street — theft by shoplifting.
▲ Martin Shields Weatherby, 23, Coaches Way — disorderly conduct, public intoxication, obstruction.
▲ John Willie Jones, 28, Forbes Street, Wadley — armed robbery, possession of tools for the commission of a crime.
▲ Danequa Niquez Williams, 21, Burten Drive, Wadley — armed robbery, possession of tools for the commission of a crime.
▲ Brandon Scott Lane, 24, Bristlewood Lane, Marietta — simple assault
▲ Eugene Hardaway, 57, Eason Street — suspended license.
▲ Michael Dont’e Gibson, 24, Gilgal Road, Sylvania — wanted person, criminal trespass.
▲ Clayton Michael Hyde, 22, North Edgewood Drive — open container, theft by taking government property, public intoxication.
 
➤ Incidents
▲ WEST INMAN STREET — Someone broke in and stole a laptop computer, reports stated.
▲ WILLOW BEND APARTMENTS — A pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses and $20 cash were stolen from a vehicle.
Another resident reported the theft of a DVD player, baseball bat, and pepper spray from a home.
▲ HAWTHORNE ROAD –A pair of sunglasses and an iPod Touch were stolen from a car.
▲ UNIVERSITY PLAZA — Several offenders fought and one was treated for injuries at the hospital.
▲ UNIVERSITY VILLAGE AT SOUTHERN — A man reported a laptop computer stolen.
▲ VIEWPOINT DRIVE — A woman said a man shoved and grabbed her.
▲ STATESBORO HIGH SCHOOL — A student making a scene, causing a disturbance and threatening others with harm was also found to have a knife on her person.
▲ WALMART — A man was arrested for stealing batteries and a Butterfinger candy bar.
In a separate incident, a man stole a scented wax melting dish and scented was melts as well as plug-in air fresheners.
▲ MIDTOWN (formerly The Grill) A man said several people fought near his car and caused a dent.
▲ MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DRIVE — A man said another man punched him, causing injury.
▲ L&D PRODUCE — Someone broke in and stole bottled drinks and cookies.
▲ SAVE-A-LOT — A woman shoplifted several bottles of seasoning, sausage, hot dogs and pork ribs.
▲ MIKELL STREET — A man who argued with a man he said was known by the name “Dog” ended up with a broken jaw after the disagreement became physical.
▲ GARDEN DISTRICT APARTMENTS — A woman received threats of bodily harm from two different phone numbers if she did not stop talking to a certain man.
▲ COPPER BEECH TOWNHOUSES — A man reported a tablet stolen.
In a separate incident, a man said four men attacked him, causing injuries.
▲ GEORGIA VILLAS — Someone reported a burglary where a laptop computer was taken.
▲ NORTH MAIN STREET/BP STATION — A woman left $600 on the counter and video shows a man taking it.
▲ WILDWOOD VILLAS — A woman said her child’s father injured her wrist by grabbing her. The man said he grabbed her when she grabbed their son after he refused to get in the car. He said he never grabbed the woman. The son wanted to stay with the father so he could go out to eat with family members he had not seen in a while.
▲ BEASLEY ROAD — A woman said a man threatened her with bodily harm.

BULLOCH COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
➤ Arrests/Incidents
▲ Reports will be published Wednesday.

GEORGIA STATE PATROL POST 45
➤ Arrests
▲ Byron Thompson III, 57, Bream Road — DUI (.311)
▲ James Kyle Fennell, 20, Baxley — DUI (test refused).
▲ Nicholas Avery Knight, 20, Brooklet — DUI (.044).
▲ James Franklin Ward, 19, Brooklet — DUI (refused test).
▲ Troopers issued three seat belt citations, 28 speeding citations, one child restraint citation and 48 total citations Friday through Sunday.

➤ Incidents
▲ Troopers investigated 20 crashes with one fatality and eight reported injuries; stopped 70 vehicles; patrolled 1,054  miles; issued no seatbelt warnings,  22 speeding warnings and 53 total warnings; and assisted one motorist Friday through Sunday.

GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY POLICE
➤ Arrests
▲ Officers issued 20 traffic citations Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
▲ Roy Harold Mayes, age and address unavailable — financial transaction card theft and financial transaction card fraud — felonies, five counts
▲ Kayla Elizabeth Wootton, 19, Rucker Lane — underage possession of alcohol. 
▲ Taylor McRae Burke, 21 , Georgia Highway 67 — public indecency.
▲ Jackson David Bell, 20, Olympic Boulevard — underage possession of alcohol, public indecency.
▲ Garrett Michael Scheile, 20, Bruiser Circle —  possession of false identification, public indecency and underage possession of alcohol. 
▲ Javontis Dashawn Powell, 20, Rucker Lane — criminal trespass.

➤ Incidents
▲ Officers issued 20 traffic warnings and assisted  seven motorists Friday-Sunday.
▲ RUSSELL UNION PARKING LOT — A woman said she loaned her ear buds to a man who refused to return them because he sold them.
▲ EAGLE VILLAGE — Officers responded to a domestic dispute. The complainant desired no action be taken by police and signed a release of prosecution form. 
▲ THE POINTE AT SOUTHERN — Officers assisted the Statesboro Police Department with an armed robbery. GSU police officers located the robbery suspects, detained them and turned them over to the Statesboro Police Department. The suspects were arrested.
▲ UNIVERSITY PLAZA — Officers discovered an intoxicated female lying on the pavement at University Plaza. She was arrested.
▲ RECREATION ACTIVITY CENTER — Officers made contact with a subject who had been banned on for a previous theft. He was arrested and charged with criminal trespass.
▲ EAGLE VILLAGE — Officers responded to a fire alarm caused by tenants striking sprinkler heads with a plate they were using as a Frisbee. Two offenders were judicially referred to school officials for punishment.

BULLOCH COUNTY 911
➤ Law Enforcement Reports
Central 911 Dispatchers issued the following calls Friday–Sunday:
▲ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department —  six calls Friday, 13 calls Saturday and 26 calls Sunday.
▲ Statesboro Police Department — 15 calls Friday,  29 calls Saturday and 36 calls Sunday.
▲ Georgia Southern University Police — two calls Friday, one call Saturday and one call Sunday.
▲ Georgia State Patrol — five calls Friday, 12 calls Saturday and 12 calls Sunday.
▲ Candler County Sheriff’s Department — one call Friday, five calls Saturday and eight calls Sunday.
▲ Evans County Sheriff’s Department — one call Friday and seven calls Saturday.
▲ Claxton Police Department — two calls Friday, four calls Saturday and two calls Sunday.
▲ Portal Police Department — one call Friday and one call Saturday.
▲ Metter Police Department — six calls Saturday and three calls Sunday.

➤ Fire Department Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Friday–Sunday:
▲Statesboro Fire Department — two calls Friday, two calls Saturday and five calls Sunday.
▲ Bulloch County Volunteer Firefighters —  one call Friday and five calls Sunday.
▲ Metter Fire Department — one call Friday and two calls Saturday.

➤ Other Agencies
▲ 911 hang-up — 13 calls Friday, 47 calls Saturday and 48 calls Sunday.

➤ Emergency Medical Service Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Friday–Sunday:
▲ Bulloch County EMS — one accident call, two calls to first responders, a rescue call and six  medical calls Friday; five accident calls, three calls to first responders, a call to the coroner and 15 medical calls Saturday; and two accident calls, a fire call, three calls to first responders, two rescue calls and 19 medical calls Sunday.
▲ Candler County EMS — seven medical calls Friday, a fire call and six medical calls Saturday, and four medical calls Sunday.
▲ Evans County EMS — three medical calls Friday; an accident call, a call to first responders and three medical calls Saturday; and eight medical calls Sunday.

▲ Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following call Sunday: a call to Chatham County police.

— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg

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