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Police Report 6-3-14 - ODOM TRUCKING — An employee said someone stole bank bag with $12,700 in cash

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➤ Arrests
▲ Jarvis J. Scroggins, 25, Mount Zion Road, Stockbridge, Ga. — wanted person, theft by shoplifting (misdemeanor), giving false information.
▲ Tyler Jordan Burroughs, 23, Sawgrass Trail — theft by shoplifting (misdemeanor).
▲ Lashedrick Deon Calhoun, 29, Wigfall Road, Register — driving with suspended or revoked license, expired registration/tag, wanted person.
▲ Tyrone Jeff, 26, Statesboro — driving with suspended or revoked license, headlight violation.
▲ Alexis Nicole Watson, 22, Panola Mill Court, Lithonia, Ga. — speeding, expired tag, reckless driving, DUI.
▲ Jeremy Deonte Reed, 21, Greene Street — tag light requirement, possession of marijuana (less than 1 ounce).
▲ Sean Jay Lanier, 37, Gator Road, Portal — open container, tag light requirements, DUI (refused test).
▲ Earlis Marvin Smokes, 49, Olive Branch Road, Pembroke — theft by shoplifting (misdemeanor).
▲ Raymond Tyler McGee, 23, University Village - stalking, making harassing telephone calls.
▲ Irene Coppock, 54, West Grady Street Extension — simple battery (family violence).
▲ Marcos C. Rodriquez, 35, River Street , Claxton — no insurance, driving with suspended or revoked license.
▲ Michael Gibbons Jr., 17, Sylvania — possession of pistol by person under 18.
▲ Miles Allen Birdsong, 20, University Village — failure to dim headlights, improper turn, failure to yield to emergency vehicle, DUI.
▲ Donyah Hardaway, 18, Anderson-Parrish Lane, Portal — headlight violation, possession of marijuana (less than 1 ounce).
▲ Orlando Santez F. Rock, 23, Statesboro — hit and run, DUI.
▲ Michael Russell, 40, Wildwood Villas — battery (family violence).
▲ Kaylin Nicole Turpin, 19, Childers Road, Roswell, Ga. — wanted person, possession of hydrocodone, possession of marijuana (less than 1 ounce), possession of oxycodone.
▲ Richard Anthony Clark, 30, Hillsboro Cemetery Road, Lyons — harassing phone calls, wanted person.
▲ Jessica Thiergart O’Neill, 26, Tything Man Lane, Savannah — driving with suspended or revoked license, failure to stop at a stop sign.

➤ Incidents
▲ HUNGRY HOWIE’S — Officers responding to a reported burglary at 10:26 a.m. Thursday checked the area and found the rear door of the business had been pried open. The owner responded and listed several items as missing.
▲ WAL-MART — A store employee told police at 1:38 p.m. Thursday that she saw a man open an item and conceal it on his person. Police found that he had an outstanding warrant from Sylvania. He was arrested and taken to jail.
In a separate incident a store employee told police at 3:47 p.m. Saturday that she saw a man fill a shopping cart with packages of oysters, ribs, Angus patties, rib-eye steaks, beef bottom round, T-bone steak, sirloin tips, and a case of Bud Light beer. He tried to leave the store without paying and was detained. He was arrested and taken to jail.
▲ WILDWOOD VILLAS APARTMENT — A woman told police that 12:59 p.m. Thursday that her 12-year-old daughter raised a pair of scissors in a threatening manner after she tried to spank that girl after the mother told the girl to clean her room. The girl was arrested and charged with unruly juvenile and simple assault (family violence.) The girl was released to her mother’s custody.
▲ GATA’S — An employee told police Thursday evening that he left his iPhone 5 sitting on the side bar at 11:55 p.m. May 27 while assisting with a disturbance inside the restaurant. When he returned his phone was missing. Video surveillance showed a female taking the phone. 
▲ SOUTH COLLEGE STREET — A woman told police Friday morning that someone took a purse, e-reader, and charger from her unlocked car between 2 p.m. May 23 and 8 a.m. May 25
▲ BELK — A store employee told police at 12:40 p.m. Friday that a man concealed two belts, socks, and a tie clip in his pants and left the store without paying for them. He was arrested and taken to jail. 
▲ JARRARD AUTO SALES — Store employee told police that someone broke a window to the business and stole a gold 2004 Jeep Liberty and a computer monitor between 7 p.m. Friday and 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
▲ ODOM TRUCKING — An employee told police that someone entered his office and stole a bank bag with $12,700 in cash between 8 a.m. and noon Saturday.
▲ COPPER BEECH TOWNHOUSES — A woman told police at 1:35 a.m. Sunday that three males in black clothing jumped a fence into the complex. An officer found that one male had a firearm illegally. He was arrested and taken to jail.
▲ ASPEN HEIGHTS — A woman told police Sunday that her iPhone 5S was stolen while she was visiting an apartment between midnight and 8 a.m. Saturday.
▲ WILDWOOD CIRCLE — A woman told police Sunday afternoon that her husband hurt her at about 7 p.m. Saturday. She had several bruises. He was arrested and taken to jail.
▲ THE AVENUE AT SOUTHERN — A woman called police Sunday evening and reported that she believed her roommate’s belongings had been stolen. After investigating police determined that the woman had three existing warrants and that the apartment had not been burglarized. The woman was arrested and taken to jail.
▲ EAST PARRISH STREET — A woman told police at about 11:20 p.m. Sunday that someone broke the windows to the doors of her home but did not gain entry. 

➤ Arrests
▲ Lazaro Jimenez Martinez, 56, Brooklet — no driver’s license, suspended registration.
▲ Michael Tyron Littles, 34, Union Church Road, Register — disorderly conduct.
▲ Travis von Skinner, 43, Ricky Mallard Road — DUI, disorderly conduct, criminal trespass.
▲ Marco Alejos-Cisneros, 24, South College Street — DUI.
▲ Anthony Maurice Adams, 33, Oliver Kildare Road, Newington — battery (family violence), obstruction of an officer, hindering persons making emergency telephone calls, possession and use of a drug-related object.
▲ Kelly O’Neil Thomas, 32, Ingram Road, Springfield — driving while license suspended or revoked, expired tag.
▲ Taylor Marie Mincey, 22, Beaver Creek Drive — identity fraud.
▲ Gregory Alan Ross, 49, Langston Chapel Road — bench warrant.
▲ Mikeon Shanea Briddy, 23, McDaniel Street, Atlanta — trafficking in heroin.
▲ Jessie Levi Burnett, 20, Middleground Road — sale of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
▲ Robert Cole Conley, 32, South Main Street — possession of a schedule IV controlled substance with intent to distribute.
▲ Hanna Christina Davis, 18, Commodore Drive, Savannah — purchase of marijuana.
▲ Timothy Dewayne Lambert, 54, Misty Court — child molestation.
▲ Ronald Williams, 55, Cone Homes — possession of marijuana (less than 1 ounce), possession of cocaine, wanted person.
▲ Lexton Clarke Womack, 20, U.S. Highway 80 West — purchase of marijuana.
▲ Damonta Shirod Anderson, 25, Greens Ferry Road, Atlanta — trafficking in heroin, obstruction.

▲ CYPRESS LAKE MOBILE HOME PARK — A man told deputies that someone broke one fence post and damaged two more posts between 1 and 2:15 p.m. Friday.
▲ PIKE ROAD — Deputies responded to the report of a physical domestic dispute at 3:27 a.m. Saturday. While en route, deputies were advised by Bulloch Central 911 that the male was leaving. Deputies stopped the car and identified the driver as the male in the dispute. The woman involved told deputies that the man, her ex-boyfriend, forced his way into her home by pushing a window fan in after she refused to let him in the front door. They had broken up earlier in the day, and he was upset she went out that night, the woman said. She added that the man broke a golf club against her calf and struck her in the face with his hand, leaving visible injuries in both places. She said he left after she dialed 911. She refused medical treatment. The man was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and taken to jail.
▲ GEORGIA HIGHWAY 46 — A man told deputies Saturday afternoon that several charges he didn’t authorize were made to his account between 4:40 p.m. Thursday and 9:30 p.m. Friday.
▲ DEAL’S MOBILE HOME PARK — A man told deputies that someone stole a CD/DVD player and amplifier from his car between 11 p.m. Friday and 11:45 a.m. Saturday. There was no sign of forced entry.
▲ CHAPEL ROAD — (Portal) Deputies responded to a home at 4:42 a.m. Sunday in reference to a private property accident. On arrival, a deputy saw a work truck tangled in a barbed-wire fence. The deputy made contact with the driver and arrested him on charges of DUI, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass. The driver was taken to jail.
▲ U.S. HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH — A deputy responded to the report of a reckless driver reported by an Evans County deputy at 5 a.m. Sunday. The Evans deputy said he was nearly rear-ended by the driver. The Evans deputy stopped the driver and said he could smell alcohol from the driver, and that the driver admitted to drinking eight beers and two margaritas. The driver took a breath test and registered a 0.154 percent blood alcohol level, nearly twice the level considered legally drunk. He was arrested and taken to jail.
▲ SWALLOWTAIL DRIVE — A deputy responded to a home at 5:50 a.m. Sunday in reference to a 911 hang-up call in which dispatchers reported they could hear what sounded like a domestic dispute in the background. A deputy noted that a woman in a bedroom was bleeding from a puncture wound on her face. The deputy also saw a glass marijuana pipe in the bedroom. She said her boyfriend repeatedly hit her and called her names after she had been dropped off at the entrance to the neighborhood after she had visited her sister. When she tried to dial 911 the first time, the man snatched the phone from her. She had another phone and used it to dial 911 to create an open line in hopes law enforcement would respond. The man denied hitting his girlfriend and said she got in a fight at an establishment, which she said she did not visit that night. The man was arrested and taken to jail.

➤ Arrests
▲ Jennifer Ruth Biggs, 25, Waterstone Circle, Savannah — DUI (0.57 percent blood alcohol content).
▲ Andrew Spiegel Rodman, 24, Tahiti Trail — DUI (results pending), failure to stop at a stop sign.
▲ Jason Robert Smith, 26, Reedy Branch Road — DUI (refused test).

➤ Incidents
Troopers responded to 26 crashes with 30 injuries; stopped 147 vehicles; issued 97 citations, including 26 for seat belt violations and one for a child restraint violation; arrested four people for DUI; issued 138 warnings, including 55 for speeding, 13 for seat belt violations and four for child restraint violations; and assisted four motorists May 26 through Sunday.

➤ Arrests
▲ Robert Grey Morgan, 20, Bruiser Circle — failure to dim headlights, false ID, possession of alcohol while operating a motor vehicle (under 21 years of age.)
▲ Jessica Latory Sweat, 26, Claxton — wanted person.

➤ Incidents
▲ Officers issued 25 traffic citations, four traffic warnings, three motorist assists Friday through Sunday.
▲ UNIVERSITY VILLAS — Officers made contact with two subjects involved in a domestic dispute at 2:05 a.m. Saturday. Both were judicially referred to university officials for punishment for alcohol violations.
▲ HERTY FOREST — Officers met with a victim at 4:59 a.m. Monday in reference to a reported robbery that occurred at 4 a.m.

➤ Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Friday through Sunday:
▲ Brooklet Police Department — three calls Friday.
▲ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department — 17 calls Friday, 21 calls Saturday and eight calls Sunday.
▲ Candler County Sheriff’s Department — five calls Friday, four calls Saturday and five calls Sunday.
▲ Claxton Police — three calls Saturday.
▲ Evans County Sheriff’s Department — six calls Friday, four calls Saturday and five calls Sunday.
▲ Georgia State Patrol — 10 calls Friday, nine calls Saturday and four calls Sunday
▲ Metter Police Department — two calls Friday, seven calls Saturday and seven calls Sunday.
▲ Portal Police — two calls Sunday.
▲ Statesboro Police Department — 29 calls Friday, 29 calls Saturday and 25 calls Sunday.

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

➤ Emergency Medical Service Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Friday through Sunday:
▲ Bulloch County EMS — three accident calls, three first-responder calls, 14 medical calls and one rescue call Friday; three accident calls, two first-responder calls and 21 medical calls Saturday; two accident calls, one first-responder call and 22 medical calls Sunday.
▲ Candler County EMS — three medical calls Friday, one accident call and nine medical calls Saturday, and four medical calls Sunday.
▲ Evans County EMS — four medical calls Saturday and three medical calls Sunday.

➤ Other Agencies
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Friday through Sunday:
▲ 911 hang-ups — 32 calls Friday, 42 calls Saturday and 36 calls Sunday.
▲ Bryan County 911 — one call Friday.
▲ Effingham County 911 — one call Friday. 
▲ Emanuel County 911 — one call Friday, two calls Saturday and two calls Sunday.
▲ Screven County 911 — one call Sunday.

—compiled by Brooke Rabon and Jason Wermers

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