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Police Report - 1-15-14; A woman said a man was crude and vulgar when he accused her of cheating.

    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 DEPARTMENT
➤  Arrests
▲ Cameron Cruise Loughery, 22, Club Drive, Atlanta  — marijuana possession, possession of a Schedule IV narcotic, original container required for prescription medications, possession/use of a drug-related object, DUI.
▲ Lagrant Clark, 52, South College Street  — wanted person.

➤  Incidents
▲ THE GROVE APARTMENTS  — A man pushed a woman to the ground during an argument over relationship issues.
▲ SANDY WAY  — A woman reported the theft of a riding lawn mower.
▲ SPARKER  — A woman told police she pumped $10 worth of gas, but was charged $75.50. She was given an explanation that the pump automatically charges a minimum of $55 that will be reimbursed in seven days.
▲ WOODLAND DRIVE  — A woman reported the theft of a book bag with car keys and a calculator, two computers, a small TV, cellphones and ribs, shrimp and hamburger meat.
▲ NORTH ZETTEROWER AVENUE  — A man and his wife argued with her mother over their living arrangements  — at the same address.
▲ CROMARTIE DRIVE  — A woman said a man was crude and vulgar when he accused her of cheating. He told police he was angry because her son did not help around the house.
BULLOCH COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
➤  Arrests
▲ Craig Norman White, 46, Maria Sorrell Road  — marijuana possession, possession/use of a drug-related object, methamphetamine possession, suspended registration, altered tag.

➤  Incidents
▲ VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY — (Statesboro) An officer conducted a traffic stop after a computer check of the vehicle’s license plate revealed the owner’s license was suspended and the tag was expired. The driver was not the owner, but a check revealed that her license was suspended and she had two felony probation violation warrants. While placing her under arrest, the officer asked the woman if she knew of anyone who could pick up the vehicle so it wouldn’t have to be towed. A computer check of the man on his way to the scene revealed he had several arrest warrants against him. When the vehicle pulled up and dropped off another man, an officer asked him if the man they were looking for was driving. The man said yes, and a deputy left and caught up to that vehicle at U.S. Highway 301 North and Zetterower Road, conducting a traffic stop and arresting that driver.
▲ KING AMERICA FINISHING PLANT 2 — (Statesboro) A woman reported that her driver-side rear window was shattered. An officer checked the surrounding area and did not find an object that could have shattered it, so the officer concluded it must have shattered on its own.
▲ NESMITH PROCTOR ROAD — (Statesboro) A man reported the theft of a set of wrenches from an unsecured toolbox in his truck bed.
▲ MAPLE DRIVE — (Statesboro) Officers responded to a home in reference to a disturbance. Two sisters said they decided to go to the home to smooth things over with a woman living there. They said that when they arrived, the woman who lives there came to their vehicle, pulled one of the sisters out, and a fight began. The other sister got out of the vehicle and joined the fray. The woman who lives at the home said she had told the sisters she would call the sheriff’s office if they came there. When they arrived, she said, she stayed inside until her husband, who is one of the sisters’ brothers, arrived, then proceeded outside and told them to leave. All three women were arrested.
▲ CYPRESS LAKE ROAD  — (Register) A man reported a brown Chevrolet 1500 pickup truck stolen.
▲ G.B. BOWEN ROAD  — (Statesboro) A man said someone stole a roll of coated wire.

GEORGIA STATE PATROL POST 45
➤ Arrests/Incidents
Information unavailable Tuesday.
▲ Troopers investigated 12 crashes with five reported injuries; charged one motorist with DUI; and issued five seat belt citations, a child restraint citation, eight speeding citations and a total of 22 citations a total of 22 citations Friday through Sunday.
▲ Troopers also stopped 60 vehicles; issued six seat belt warnings, 17 speeding warnings and a total of 54 warnings; assisted two motorists; and patrolled 1,839 miles Friday through Sunday.

GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY POLICE
➤  Arrests
▲ Officers issued three traffic citations Monday.
▲ Adam Bowen Free, 19, Georgia Avenue — failure to obey a traffic control device, DUI.

➤  Incidents
▲ Officers issued one traffic warning and assisted six motorists Monday.
▲ FREEDOM’S LANDING  — Officers responded to a panic alarm.  Contact was made with the occupant and no problems were found.
▲ NURSING/CHEMISTRY  — An incident report was taken in reference to a suspicious telephone call.
▲ FOREST DRIVE  — Someone reported a theft, but investigation revealed that the item had not been stolen but mistakenly removed by a faculty member. The item was returned to the owner. 

BULLOCH CENTRAL 911 REPORTS
➤  Law Enforcement Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
▲ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department  — 10 calls.
▲ Candler County Sheriff’s Department  — four calls.
▲ Claxton Police Department  — one call.
▲ Evans County Sheriff’s Department  — four calls.
▲ Georgia State Patrol  — seven calls.
▲ Metter Police Department  — nine calls.
▲ Statesboro Police Department  — 25 calls.

➤  Fire Department Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
▲ Statesboro Fire Department  — three calls. 

➤  Emergency Medical Service Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
▲ Bulloch County EMS  — two accident calls, two first-responder calls and 17 medical calls.
▲ Candler County EMS —10 medical calls.
▲ Evans County EMS — six medical calls.

➤  Other Agencies
▲ 911 hang-ups  — 30 calls.
▲ Air Evac  — one call.
▲ Bryan County 911  — one call.
▲ Emanuel County 911  — one call.

— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg and Jason Wermers

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