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Police Report - 11-8-13; Police responded to a call of a student having a toy pistol at school.

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➤ Arrests
    ▲ Zachery James Riley Fox, 19, Trickum Road Northeast Centennial, Marietta — traffic stop, possession of marijuana.

➤ Incidents
    ▲ WALMART — A woman stole groceries.
➤ Arrests
    ▲ Deborah Willene Turner, 44, Mudd Road, Brooklet — simple battery.
    ▲ Nicholas Tyler Wiggins, 19, Lawrence Church Road, Pembroke — possession of a dangerous drug with intent to distribute, sale of a dangerous drug, reckless conduct.
    ▲ Charlie Lee Young, 58, Orange Street — no driver’s license.
    ▲ Perry Edward Driggers, 50, Plantation Mobile Home Park, Statesboro — public drunkenness.
    ▲ Jeremy Charles Antior, 25, Comb Run Court, Avon, Ind. — possession of marijuana.
    ▲ Ricardo Leon, 22, Long Bay Drive, Twin City — possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
    ▲ Robert Leon Jr., 26, Magnolia Bluff Road, Metter — possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, habitual violator (driving while license suspended or revoked).
    ▲ Richard Alan Wagner Jr., 40, Massey Road, Cusseta — probation violation.
    ▲ Earl Franklin Wiggins, 22, Choctaw Hunt — no driver’s license.
    ▲ Richard Gordon Willis, 39, Mill Creek Estates — criminal trespass, criminal attempt to commit burglary, possession of tools for the commission of a crime.
    ▲ Kenny Hunter, 44, Pulaski Highway — battery, simple battery, criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, obstructing or hindering persons making emergency telephone calls.

➤ Incidents
    ▲ WILLIAM JAMES MIDDLE SCHOOL — (Statesboro) Police responded to a call of a student having a toy pistol at school. School officials were approached by several kids, who said the student in question had a pistol. When officials confronted the boy, they found a toy pistol in his bag. The boy said he did not know it was in the bag, before coming to school, and that his little brother probably placed it there after playing with it the night before.

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