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Crime Report

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.

Statesboro Police Arrests
Burnese Roberts, 50, Butler Homes — simple battery (family violence).
Joseph Anthony Jones, 26, Allen Circle — probation violation.
James Flournoy Funk, 19, Seasons Apartments — theft by shoplifting.
Lawton Vann Downs, 48, Forest Pines Drive — DUI, headlights violation.
Felicia Renee Ware, 37, Deloach Street — obstruction.

Bulloch Sheriff’s Arrests
Kenny Wayne Morris Jr., 20, Arthur Nubern Road, Brooklet — probation violation.
Eugene Howard III, 18, Rucker Lane — gasoline drive-off, two counts theft by receiving stolen property.
Natasha Simone Gary, 17, Everett Lane, Brooklet — obstruction of an officer.
Kimberly Thompson, 26, Halcyondale Road, Sylvania — expired tag, no insurance.
Shanomorre Flynn Roberts, 34, U.S. 280, Ellabell — theft by conversion.

Georgia State Patrol Arrests
Katherine Ross Erickson, 24, Church Street — DUI (.163).
Troopers issued 10 traffic violation citations Tuesday.

Georgia Southern University Arrests
Officers issued two traffic citations Tuesday.

Statesboro Police Incidents
GEORGIA VILLAS — A woman said her ex-boyfriend harassed her by calling multiple times, threatening to cause her injury.
STATESBORO HIGH SCHOOL — Officers arrested a 14-year-old juvenile and a 19-year-old student for fighting.
EAGLE VILLAS — Police detectives are investigating an armed robbery and aggravated assault incident. Further details will be published upon release from the investigators.
STADIUM WALK APARTMENTS — A man said another male struck his vehicle with a golf club.
In a separate incident, a woman called police because her roommate of two months “wasted cereal on the floor.” The roommate denied spilling the food and blamed it on another person. The argument had lasted several days, reports stated.
BUDGET INN — A man reported someone entered his apartments, damaged it and took $900 cash.
LANIER DRIVE — A woman reported the theft of a silver herringbone necklace.
STATESBORO REALTY GROUP — A man said three men jumped him and injured him physically when he argued them about his girlfriend. Witnesses said the victim used racial slurs against the men, who were Hispanic. The man was bleeding from the mouth, nose and hands.
HARVEY’S — (Northside Drive West) A man left the store without paying for an assortment of meats.

Bulloch Sheriff’s Incidents
SUPERIOR HOME CENTER — (Statesboro) A woman said someone put silicone on her gas cap, and her car would not start. She suspects her former boyfriend, she told deputies.
OLD HARDY PLACE ROAD — (Statesboro) A man said someone egged his truck.
P. W. CLIFTON ROAD —(Brooklet) An Excelsior Electric Membership Corporation employee reported a man broke an electric meter and stole $55 worth of electricity.
WALLACE WIGGINS EXTENSION — (Statesboro) A woman said a man jumped on her and pulled her hair.
OLD REGISTER WAY — (Statesboro) A man said someone pried open his mail box and went through is mail, opening two envelopes.
OLD GROVELAND ROAD — (Nevils) A man said someone pried a lock on his door, but did not get inside.
NESMITH PROCTOR ROAD — (Brooklet) A woman said someone damaged her back door, even though a key to the door was hanging in plain sight.
PLEASANT AVENUE — (Statesboro) A man reported someone shattered his bathroom window.
SCOTTISH INN — (Register) A woman said she was in bed at the hotel when a man came in drunk and started an argument. The man told deputies he didn’t really know what was going on but had found the woman sitting in another man’s lap earlier.
MARIA SORRELL ROAD — A woman said a man threatened her and her sister, using profanity. The man told deputies it had been the woman who contacted him because she wanted to date him again, and said she threatened to shoot him if she could not have him.

Georgia State Patrol Incidents
Troopers issued 19 warnings, assisted three motorists and investigated five crashes with five injuries.

Georgia Southern University Incidents
Officers issued seven traffic warnings, investigated one traffic accident, assisted one sick person and responded to two fire alarms Tuesday.

911 Law Enforcement Reports
Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Tuesday:
Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department — five calls.
Statesboro Police Department —  eight calls.
Georgia State Patrol Post 45 — six calls.
Candler County Sheriff’s Department — four calls.
Evans County Sheriff’s Department — one call.

911 Fire Department Reports
Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Tuesday:
Statesboro Fire Department — one call.
Bulloch County volunteer firefighters — two calls.
Metter Fire Department — two calls.

911 EMS Reports
Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Tuesday:
Bulloch County EMS — two accident calls and four medical calls.
Candler County EMS — one accident call and three medical calls.
Evans County EMS — one medical call.
Operators also routed the following calls Tuesday: one call to Georgia Forestry.

— Compiled by Holli Deal Bragg

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