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Police report - 0513
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    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
    Warren Clinton Williams, 38, Williams Road – warrant (theft by taking).
    Sarah Natasha Bright, 20, Edgewood Road – theft by shoplifting.
    Jessie Danielle Adams, 20, Lanier Drive – theft by shoplifting.
    Bettina Blakely Bolton, 39, Kent Street – simple assault.
    Ashley Nicole Thompson, 19, Bermuda Run Road – DUI (underage), stop sign violation.
    Charles Edward Jeffrey, 47, Main Street – battery.
    Charles Anthony Smith, 20, Institute Street – possession of dangerous drugs.
    Daniel Paul Counts, 31, Pine Street – aggravated stalking.
    Santravis Jerrod Brown, 18, Lee Drive – driving while license is suspended, expired tag, no insurance, possession of marijuana.
    Eric Hines, 36, Beasley Road – disorderly conduct, public drunkenness, obstruction.
Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests
    Amanda Renee Caruthers, 17, Lakeview Road – disorderly conduct.
    Anthony Lamar Perkins, 34, Mincey Road, Brooklet – deposit account fraud.
    Shaketa Brunson, 21, Huiett Street, Metter – probation violation (carrying a concealed weapon).
    April Renee Jackson, 27, Beaverdam Road, Sylvania – theft of services.
    Malcom Reggie Driggers, 17, Melissa Avenue, Daisy – burglary, theft by taking motor vehicle.
    Randy Lee Williams, 48, Sinkhole Road – failure to maintain lane, expired driver's license, DUI     
Georgia State Patrol Arrests
    Troopers issued 23 traffic violation citations on Friday.
Georgia Southern University Arrests
    Arrest reports were unavailable.
Statesboro Police Incidents
    NORTHSIDE DRIVE – Officers responded to business owner's report of a woman loitering in the parking lot. Officers found out that she had an outstanding warrant for criminal trespass.
    BRANNEN STREET – A man was pulled over in a routine traffic stop after officers noticed the car he was driving had an expired tag. The car was towed.
    SOUTH COLLEGE STREET – Officers noticed a car with a bent tag and the validation decal was not visible. When the car was pulled over, it was found that the registration was not current and the driver had a suspended license.
    BELK – A store manager reported to officers that four females had left the store without paying for clothes valued at $298.50. The manager tried to stop the women as they left the store, but they drove off in a SUV.
    NORTHSIDE DRIVE – Officers pulled a vehicle over after noticing an expired tag. The woman driving did not have a valid license.
    MAIN STREET –  Officers responded to a grass fire, which they determined was started because of an electrical short in an exterior flood light. The fire was extinguished.
    NORTHSIDE DRIVE –  A woman reported that a plastic sleeve was missing from her wallet. The sleeve contained credit cards, her driver's license, and her insurance card.
    NORTHSIDE DRIVE – Officers responded to a woman reporting an unruly juvenile. She said she went to check on him at the movie theater, and when she approached him, he started yelling obscenities at her.
    COLLEGE LANE – A man reported that he returned to his house after visiting his family, and two bicycles were missing from his residence.
    MOCKINGBIRD LANE – Officers responded to a woman reporting a lawn chair missing from her back yard. She also told the officers that strange people had been walking and riding bicycles through her yard and the chair was not the first item she had noticed missing from her residence.
    VALLEY TRAIL – A man reported to officers that two bicycles were missing from his residence.
    NORTHSIDE DRIVE – Officers responded to a woman reporting a missing diamond engagement ring. She told officers that she was sitting in her vehicle, about to enter the Statesboro Mall, and she took the ring off and placed it in her lap to put lotion on her hands. She said she believes that she got out of her car with the ring still in her lap and thinks that it fell out into the parking lot.
Bulloch Sheriff's Incidents
    METTS ROAD    – (Statesboro) A woman reported that she had a asked a man not to talk to her children. She said the man left a message on her answering machine saying he would kill her if he did not talk to her children. She also told deputies that the man has been harassing her and calling her constantly for the past four years.
    OLD REGISTER ROAD – (Statesboro) Deputies responded to a woman reporting suspicious activity at his residence.    He said that he arrived at his residence and that there was a truck in her yard and a man walking around her property    . She said after she called 911, the man saw her and ran to his truck and drove away. After checking the tag number of the suspicious vehicle, deputies attempted to make contact with the owner of the truck, but he was not home.
    BILL FUTCH ROAD – (Ellabell) A man reported that his mailbox was damaged and a saw and cordless drill were missing from his residence.
    BLANKENBAKER ROAD – (Statesboro) A man reported that his business had applied fertilizer to 25 acres of property and had yet to receive payment from the property owner.
    PLEASANT HILL CHURCH ROAD – (Portal) A off-duty deputy spotted a suspicious vehicle near his residence. He followed the vehicle in his patrol car to a dump site. The driver of the vehicle did not have a valid license.
    BECKY DRIVE – (Statesboro) Deputies responded to man reporting that another man had come to his residence asking for money. The complainant stated that there was an altercation over the money and the offender left after the man called 911. Deputies discovered that the complainant had an outstanding warrant for a probation violation. Deputies asked the man to put his cigarette down, and in doing so, he fled from the deputies. One deputy was able to catch the man, but he would not put his hands behind his back to be handcuffed. The man was dry stunned by the deputies and he complied without further incident.
    FRIENDSHIP CHURCH ROAD – (Statesboro) Deputies responded to a man and a woman complaining that they are trying to move out of a property but the property owner will not let them get all of their belongings. The owner said the man and woman are behind on their rent, but the couple says that is not accurate.
    EAST VIEW APARTMENTS – (Statesboro) Deputies attempted to serve a bench warrant to a woman, and the woman gave the deputies a false identity.
    BEAVER CREEK DRIVE – (Statesboro) Deputies responded to a domestic dispute resulting in both parties being arrested for simple battery.
    NOTTINGHAM ROAD – (Statesboro) A man reported that his mailbox was laying in the road in front of his residence and it looked to have been struck by a vehicle. A witness said he heard a loud noise and saw a car speeding down the road. Attempts to locate the vehicle were unsuccessful.
    HIGHPOINT ROAD – (Statesboro) Deputies responded to a woman reporting a domestic dispute. After investigation, the offender was arrested and charged with battery and criminal trespass.

Georgia State Patrol Incidents
    Troopers issued 30 warnings, assisted six motorists and investigated six crashes with four injuries and one fatality on Friday.
Georgia Southern University Incidents
    Incident reports were unavailable.
911  Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Friday:
    Bulloch County Sheriff's Department - 17 calls.
    Statesboro Police Department —13  calls.
    Georgia State Patrol Post 45 — 12 calls.
    Candler County Sheriff's Department — four calls.
    Claxton Police Department — one call.
911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Friday:
    Statesboro Fire Department — two calls.
    Bulloch County volunteer firefighters — three calls.
    Metter Fire Department — two calls.
    Claxton Fire Department —three calls.
    Daisy Fire Department — one call.
911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Friday:
    Bulloch County EMS — four accident calls, 11 medical calls, one fire call and one rescue call.   
    Candler County EMS — two medical calls.   
    Evans County EMS — two medical calls.    
    Operators also routed one call to the Department of Transportation, and one call to Emanuel County.
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