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Police Report 12-12-13 - AT&T STORE — Someone stole a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone.

    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
▲ Jeremy Deonte Reed, 21, Statesboro — no brake light/defective brake light; purchase, possess or have under control any controlled substance, schedule II; possession/use of a drug-related object.
▲ Alvoy Mosley Jr., North Main Street — possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce.
▲ Kevin Garrett Brandon, 19, Sandcastle Lane, St. Simons Island — pedestrian under the influence of marijuana or drugs, pedestrian must yield if not in crosswalk, possession of alcoholic beverage by persons under age 21 consumption, misrepresenting age to obtain alcoholic beverage under 21 years of age.
▲ Jacquelyn Elizabeth Hughes, Bermuda Run — failure to maintain lane and DUI (second offense).
▲ Britt Shelton Aliperti, 26, Noble Oaks Drive, Savannah — obstruction of a law enforcement officer.
▲ Senakol Dorsette Reese, 35, South College Street — bicycling on wrong side of road and obstruction of a law enforcement officer.
▲ Vidal Perre Jones, 19, Defoors Ferry Road Northwest, Atlanta — failure to appear.
▲ Walter Kye Herman, 20, Lilla Myers Road, Ellabell — driving with suspended or revoked license.
▲ Coleridge Archibald, 21, Pleasant Hill Church Road, Ellabell — possession with intent to distribute marijuana and possession/use of a drug-related object.
▲ Debra Dukes, 53, Rockbridge Road, Stone Mountain — disorderly conduct.
▲ Juliette Burke, 55, Stone Mountain — disorderly conduct.
▲ Bianca Patrece Ficklin, 22, Lanier Drive — driving with suspended or revoked license and defective headlight.
▲ Timothy Laquan Bacon, 26, Lanier Drive — giving false information.
▲ Steve Evans, 49, Hardens Landing Road — public drunkenness and criminal trespass.

➤ Incidents
▲ SPRING HILL SUITES — A man said another man had the front desk ring his hotel room several times and left a menacing voice mail. The victim said that when he left the hotel, he found a note on his vehicle from the offender.
▲ FOXRIDGE APARTMENTS — A woman said someone kicked in her door, and she believed it was her ex-boyfriend. The man said he only gathered his belongings and did not damage any property.
▲ AT&T STORE — Someone stole a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone.
In a separate incident, an employee said two men tried to purchase service through AT&T but were unsuccessful. When they left, he noticed that his iPad Mini, which had been charging on a counter, was missing.
▲ LEE STREET — Officers responded to Simmons Road in reference to a man running from an accident at Brannen and Lovett streets and shedding his clothes while fleeing. An officer found the man, wearing shorts and a short-sleeve shirt, which appeared to be soaked with sweat. An officer at the accident scene said he had the man’s pants and identification. The man was taken back to the accident scene and turned over to the Georgia State Patrol for fleeing the scene and further investigation.
▲ BAYMONT INN AND SUITES — A man said he left a 24-inch television and a Nintendo Wii Mini with a hotel employee for safe-keeping. When he left the hotel, the items were not returned to him.
▲ GNAT’S LANDING — A woman said another woman threw orange fingernail polish on the passenger side of her car, causing $257 damage.
▲ NORTH COLLEGE STREET — A man said someone used his information to take out a $500 payday loan in Wichita, Kan. He said he did not take out such a loan, nor did he authorize anyone else to do so on his behalf.
▲ STADIUM WALK APARTMENTS — A woman said she heard four gunshots outside her apartment.
▲ PARK PLACE APARTMENTS — A man said he and his wife were in a verbal altercation that turned physical when she hit him on the side of his face. She said the verbal altercation never turned physical.
▲ CHANDLER ROAD — Officers stopped a vehicle with tinted taillights. On further investigation, the driver was charged with no brake light/defective brake light; purchase, possess or have under control any controlled substance, schedule II; and possession/use of a drug-related object
▲ VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY/BRAMPTON AVENUE — Officers stopped a car with a defective tag light. K-9 Bruno was deployed for a free air sniff and gave a positive response on the vehicle. A search of the driver yielded a quantity of marijuana. The driver was charged with possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce and taken to the Bulloch County Jail to await further court action.
▲ LANIER DRIVE — Officers responded in reference to an intoxicated pedestrian. He was charged with pedestrian under the influence, failure to yield while not in a crosswalk and underage alcohol violations.
In a separate incident, officers stopped a vehicle with a defective headlight. Dispatch advised that the driver’s license was suspended, and the passenger gave officers a false name and date of birth. The driver was charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license and defective headlight, and the passenger was charged with giving false information.
▲ SOUTH MAIN STREET — Officers stopped a vehicle for failure to maintain lane. The driver said she had two drinks, and she failed field sobriety tests. She was charged with DUI (second offense) and failure to maintain lane.
▲ PARK AVENUE — An unidentified person reported being the victim of an armed robbery (gun) and sexual battery.
▲ WEST GRADY STREET/PARKER STREET — Officers stopped a man for riding his bicycle on the wrong side of the street. Officers learned there were active warrants against the man and when they tried to detain him, he jumped off his bicycle and ran away. An officer deployed a Taser, but none of the probes made contact with his skin because of the amount of clothing he was wearing. After continuing the foot chase, the man stopped running but still failed to comply with officers’ commands. More officers arrived, and the man again resisted arrest until he was finally apprehended. He was charged with bicycling on the wrong side of the road and obstruction of a law enforcement officer, as well as the two warrants.
▲ LESTER COURT — A woman said a black cloth purse with a two-piece wedding-ring set and a black wallet with teal flowers were stolen from her vehicle. There was no sign of forced entry and no damage to the vehicle.
▲ GRACE CROSSINGS — A woman said 15 gallons of fuel was stolen from her car.
▲ WEST PARRISH STREET — Officers responded in reference to discharge of a firearm. On arrival, officers saw a man shooting a pellet rifle at a target, and he was firing in the general direction of the loading dock at Fred’s. Officers also found a green, leafy substance, suspected to be marijuana, while speaking to the man. He was charged with reckless conduct and possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce.
▲ UNIVERSITY VILLAGE AT SOUTHERN — A woman said that as she entered a residence, she saw someone running out the back door. A man said $315 in cash that belonged to him was missing from a desk in a bedroom. On further investigation, officers discovered the man had an active warrant from Statesboro Municipal Court for failure to appear on Oct. 10.
▲ THE FORUM — A man said his roommate tried to choke him. The suspect said he did not. There was no physical evidence of a physical altercation.
▲ MSO WATER SYSTEM — An employee said he discovered several pieces of mail scattered around the mailbox. Some of the mail was open and missing the checks, but it was unknown how many checks were stolen.
▲ UNIVERSITY PLACE — A woman said that during an altercation, an iPhone 5, designer phone case and Ray-Ban sunglasses were knocked to the ground. They were nowhere to be found after the incident. A witness said he picked up the phone, but one of the offenders snatched it from him.
▲ STATESBORO MALL — A man reported a white 1994 Chevrolet K-1500 pickup truck, with two 12-gauge shotguns in the cab, stolen from the parking lot.
▲ STATESBORO HIGH SCHOOL — A woman reported her son’s wallet, which contained $25 cash and a driver’s license; a red designer belt; and an iPhone 4, stolen from an unsecured locker in the varsity locker room.
▲ BULLOCH COUNTY ANNEX — A man said another man used a copy of his vehicle title and forged his name to register the vehicle.
▲ WEST MAIN STREET — During a traffic stop, an officer found that the driver had a suspended license, a passenger had a drug-related object, and a second passenger had marijuana. The driver was charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license, the second passenger was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana and possession/use of a drug-related object, and the first passenger was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and released.
▲ GROOVER HOMES — Officers responded in reference to two females fighting in front of an apartment. They were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.
▲ HART LANE — A man said another man punched him in the face several times, leaving marks, following a verbal argument. The suspect had left by the time officers arrived.
▲ LITTLE LOTTS CREEK APARTMENTS — A woman said that while she was at work, someone tried to enter her apartment through the front door. There was a dent under the doorknob and some paint scraped off, and the key would not work properly.
▲ NORTH MAIN STREET — A man and woman said they had a verbal argument. Officers noticed marks consistent with a physical altercation. Officers advised the two to separate, and the woman left.
▲ GATE STATION — Officers saw a man shouting profanity and assuming a fighting stance with several other subjects. The man was arrested and charged with public drunkenness and criminal trespass.

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

GEORGIA STATE PATROL POST 45
➤ Arrests
▲ Troopers issued three seat-belt citations, one child restraint citation, one speeding citation and 14 total citations Monday and Tuesday.

➤ Incidents
▲ Troopers investigated 14 crashes with eight reported injuries; stopped 29 vehicles; patrolled 541 miles; and issued five seat-belt warnings, six speeding warnings and 37 total warnings Monday and Tuesday.

GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY POLICE
➤ Arrests
▲ Officers issued four traffic citations Tuesday.
▲ Dylan Michael Streets, 18, Georgia Avenue — possession of alcohol under 21 years of age and false identification.
▲ Toni Bridgette Cook, 22, Georgia Highway 67 — seat belt violation, improper starting, failure to maintain lane and DUI.  
 
➤ Incidents
▲ Officers issued eight traffic warnings and assisted six motorists Tuesday.
▲ UNIVERSITY VILLAS — An incident report was taken for an entering auto.
In a separate incident, a report was taken for a suspicious incident in the clubhouse. One subject was judicially referred to university officials for punishment.
▲ COLLEGE OF EDUCATION — An incident report was taken for a simple battery. 
▲ RECREATION ACTIVITY CENTER — Three reports were taken in separate incidents of theft of unattended property.  
▲ CENTENNIAL PLACE — An incident report was taken for a drug complaint.
In a separate incident, officers made contact with an intoxicated subject, and he was arrested and charged with possession of alcohol under 21 years of age and false identification.
▲ UNIVERSITY PLAZA — Officers discovered an intoxicated subject on the sidewalk. The subject was judicially referred to university officials for punishment.
▲ FAIR ROAD — Officers conducted a traffic stop on Fair Road at East Georgia Regional Medical Center. The driver of the vehicle was arrested and charged with DUI and other motor vehicle violations.
▲ EAGLE VILLAGE — Officers responded to a sick person. EMS responded and transported the sick person, who was judicially referred to university officials for punishment in reference to an alcohol violation. 
 
BULLOCH COUNTY 911
➤ Law Enforcement Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
▲ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department — 18 calls.
▲ Candler County Sheriff’s Department — seven calls.
▲ Evans County Sheriff’s Department — one call.
▲ Georgia State Patrol — four calls.
▲ Georgia Southern University Police — three calls.
▲ Metter Police Department — two calls.
▲ Statesboro Police Department — 22 calls.
 
➤ Fire Department Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
▲ Statesboro Fire Department — one call.

➤ Emergency Medical Service Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
▲ Bulloch County EMS — three accident calls, three first-responder calls and 14 medical calls.
▲ Candler County EMS — seven medical calls.
▲ Evans County EMS — six medical calls.

➤ Other Agencies
    Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Tuesday:
    ▲ 911 hang-ups — 31.
    ▲ Bulloch County Animal Control — two calls.
    ▲ Emanuel County 911 — one call.
    ▲ Tattnall County 911 — one call.

— compiled by Jason Wermers

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