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Police Report - February 19
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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          

            Mike Raymond Brown, 34, Ridge Road, Ellabell — possession of  a firearm during the commission of a crime, methamphetamine possession, possession and use of drug related objects.

            Costello Reese III, 33, Denmark Street — driving with a suspended license.

            Jessica Gail Davis, 29, Jewel Drive — simple battery.

            Christopher Allen Chower, 48, Jewel Drive — simple battery.

            Zachary Alan Writch, 20, Wheeler Cemetery Road, Clyo — underage possession of alcohol, obstruction.



Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests           

            Jordan Carl Willis, 28, Huttson Street, Reidsville — failure to maintain lane, seat belt violation, failure to stop at a stop sign, DUI.

            Michael Frank Leon, 24, Dean Nichols Road, Portal — probation violation.

            Serena Hollis, 39, Fork Forrest Circle, Apoplea, FL — first degree forgery, financial transaction card fraud, theft of services, giving false identity to law enforcement.

            John Michael Adams, 33, Cypress Lake Drive — DUI.

            Lonnie Gene Blevins, 40, Plantation Mobile Home Park — criminal trespass.

            Antonio Maurius Roberts, 17, Raymond Street — marijuana possession with intent to distribute.

            Charles Allen Powell, 44, Gentilly Drive — bench warrant.

            Charles Frederick Higgs, 40, Old River Road North — speeding, DUI.

            William Harold Colson, 47, U.S. 301 North — open container, no insurance.

            Michael Clark Deal Jr., 22, U.S. 301 South, Register — DUI, failure to maintain lane.


Georgia State Patrol Arrests

            Troopers issued 36 traffic violation citations Sunday.

            Crystal Renee Mock, 22, Harville Road — DUI (pending test results).

            Eddie Lee Turner, 51, Swainsboro — DUI (.110).

            Christopher Leon Jones, 22, Maple Street, Metter — DUI (.117).


Georgia Southern University Arrests

            FRIDAY — Officers issued four traffic citations.

            Joshua Robinson Eales, 21, Rainbow Lane, Woodbine — DUI and headlight requirements.

             SATURDAY — Officers issued seven traffic citations.

            Roberto Mendoza Dajui, 18,   Bird Road — DUI, driving too fast for conditions, and no driver’s license.

             SUNDAY — Officers issued six traffic citations.         


Statesboro Police Incidents      

            OVERLAND STREET — A complainant reported the theft of a TV.

            CLYDE'S MART/FAIR ROAD — A clerk said two men asked to buy beer after hours. When she refused, one man stole a 24 ounce beer anyway.

            BEDFORD STREET — A woman said a man called her cell phone and  threatened her brother.

            CAMPUS CLUB APARTMENTS — Officers responding to a loud noise complaint saw a fight in progress. Three men were arrested but several fled before officers could contact them.

            UNIVERSITY PLACE — A woman reported being stalked by a man.

            INMAN STREET — A woman called police after she fought with her boyfriend and he refused to leave.

            GEORGIA AVENUE —  A man met with police at the hospital, reporting someone punched him in the eye.

            SHELL/FAIR ROAD — A man said he met his ex-wife to deliver children after visitation and an argument ensued when he began recording her. She tried to snatch the recorder and pushed him, then prevented him from closing his vehicle door and leaving.

            FARMERS HOME FURNITURE — A woman said her estranged husband threatened to kick in the door to her home and told her she would pay if she did not give him a key so he could get some of his belongings.

            WEST MAIN GALLERY — A man placed a wooden bowl outside for painting and it was stolen.


Bulloch Sheriff's Incidents        

            No incidents reported.


Georgia State Patrol Incidents  

            Troopers issued 58 traffic warnings and assisted one motorist Sunday.


Georgia Southern University Incidents

            EAGLE VILLAGE — Someone reported a camera, a GPX and an I-pod were taken.

            KENNEDY HALL — Someone reported a laptop computer  taken.

            TECHNOLOGY BUILDING — Someone took a purse from the building.

            FRIDAY  —  Officers issued one traffic warning,  assisted five motorists, and responded to one alarm Friday.

            SATURDAY — Officers issued six traffic  warnings, assisted one motorist, and responded to one alarm.

            SUNDAY — Officers issued seven traffic warnings, assisted three motorists, and responded to one alarm.


911  Law Enforcement Reports

            Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Sunday:

            Bulloch County Sheriff's Department — 11  calls.

            Statesboro Police Department — 27 calls.

            University Police — one call.

            Brooklet Police — two calls.

            Candler County Sheriff's Department — three calls.

            Evans County Sheriff's Department — five calls.

            Claxton Police Department — two calls.


911 Fire Department Reports

            Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Sunday:

            Statesboro Fire Department — three calls.

            Bulloch County volunteer firefighters — one call.

            Metter Rescue Unit — one call.

            Daisy Fire Department —  calls.


911 EMS Reports

            Central 911 operators dispatched the following call Sunday:

            Bulloch County EMS — one accident call and 15 medical calls.  

            Candler County EMS — four medical calls. 

            Evans County EMS — three medical calls.   

            Central 911 operators also routed  three calls to Bryan County 911.


    Compiled by Holli Deal Bragg

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