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Police Report - March 2
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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    
    No arrests filed.
Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests   
    Ashley Lynn Agers, 22, Lester Road — simple battery.
    John Vincent Bordonaro, 45, West Jones Avenue — sale of cocaine.
    Frank Mumford III, 26, Blue Jay Lane — seat belt violation, probation violation, driving with license suspended or revoked, obstruction of safety officials.
    Marlin Jones, 30, Foss Street — seat belt violation, driving while license suspended or revoked.
    Dawn Deanna Erickson, 26, Ellabell — simple battery.
    Tara Deann Walsh, 29, J.W. Lane Road, Brooklet — probation violation.
Georgia State Patrol Arrests
   Angel Lynn Owens, 20, Claxton — DUI (Pending)
    Jason C. Gammon, 23, Rock Springs, — DUI (.139)
    Antonio A. Quarterman, 26, Savannah — DUI (Pending)
    Joseph A. Bryant, 20, Silk Lane, Portal — DUI (.096)
     Troopers issued 37 traffic violation citations and 15 drug arrests Wednesday.
Georgia Southern University Arrests
    Ernest Marvin Brown, 21, College Street — driving with a suspended license.
    Glenn Franklin Bryant, 54, Abilene, Texas — criminal trespass.
Statesboro Police Incidents   
    JONES MILL ROAD — Police responded to a report that a juvenile walked away from Willingway Hospital. Police attempts to locate the juvenile were unsuccessful.
    STATESBORO HIGH SCHOOL — A man reported a student at Savannah Country Day struck his juvenile son during a soccer game.
    LOVETT STREET — A woman called police to escort her son off her property. He left the scene without incident.
    UNIVERSITY PLAZA — Police issued two citations for underage possession of alcohol.
    LANIER DRIVE — A man reported several customers and employees started coughing while inside a store. He believes someone may have sprayed pepper spray in the store.    
    EAST OLLIFF STREET — A woman reported she and another woman began arguing about money and she called police to ensure the argument didn't escalate. The other woman left the scene when police arrived.
    WOODEN NIKEL — A man reported he and an unknown person were involved in a physical altercation in which both of them threw punches at each other. He suffered a broken bone in his hand.
    LANIER DRIVE — A man reported someone slashed two tires on his truck.
    NORTHSIDE DRIVE EAST — A man said he rented a car to a woman and she hasn't returned it.
Bulloch Sheriff's Incidents   
    PAMELA WAY (Statesboro) — A woman reported she believes a man put an unknown item in her gas tank and stole her license plate.
    RAYBON ANDERSON BLVD. (Statesboro) — Deputies responded to an alarm where they discovered a glass door had been shattered and a cash box stolen.
    OLLIFF HILL ROAD (Statesboro) — A woman reported a man called her home, asking to speak with her daughter. She told him not to call anymore and a few minutes later, she heard noises outside her window and reported seeing the man who called.
    TWO CHOP ROAD (Statesboro) — A woman reported a dual axle trailer stolen.
    HIGHWAY 80 WEST (Statesboro) — A woman reported two men making unwanted calls to her phone.
    HILL LANE (Portal) — A man reported finding his vehicle, which he'd reported missing a week ago, with damage to the rear windshield.
    MELROSE POND ROAD (Register) — A woman reported she hired a man to fix her truck and he took the truck to his residence. He said he took it until she could pay for the repairs. Deputies told him he couldn't take the truck and the woman said she'd pay him the next day for the repairs.
    HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH (Statesboro) — A man reported the passenger side window of his vehicle broken out and a radio missing.
    BURKHALTER ROAD (Statesboro) — A man reported someone called his home and asked for his daughter. He reported the caller made rude comments and it sounded as if there was more than one person on the line.
    JONES MILL ROAD (Statesboro) — A woman reported someone stole her CD/DVD/MP3 player from her vehicle while it was parked in the driveway.
    LANCELOT DRIVE (Statesboro) — A woman reported someone threw eggs at the front and rear of her home.
    BUIE CIRCLE (Statesboro) — Deputies responded to a report of a man arguing with his brother, with one outside the residence, banging on the door, and the other on the inside. Eventually he left, but returned and began knocking on the door again. Deputies responded again, but could not locate him.
    FOSTER WILLIAMS ROAD (Register) — A man reported someone took his mailbox and his mail. The box was later discovered.
    CONTINENTAL ROAD (Statesboro) — A woman reported her intoxicated brother came to their parent's home and began cursing and being belligerent. He demanded her mother take him to the store and when she refused, he became upset. He began to leave, but turned around and pushed his mother to the ground.
    FRINK ROAD (Statesboro) — A man reported receiving harassing phone calls that wouldn't stop. Deputies went to the home of the person making the calls and he had an active warrant out for his arrest, so he was taken into custody.
    BLACK CREEK CHURCH ROAD (Statesboro) — A woman reported her mother wouldn't return custody of her daughter. The mother told deputies she wouldn't because the woman had been in Georgia Regional Hospital and when she got out, she'd been smoking meth for nine days. Deputies told the mother that the woman was the child's mother and unless there was a court order, she couldn't keep the child.
    HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH — A man reported several items taken from a convenience store.
    BURKHALTER ROAD (Statesboro) — A driver for an asphalt millings company reported seeing a load of asphalt millings in a driveway and was unsure if it was a load from his company. He made contact with the homeowner who had framed his driveway and was spreading the millings out. He said he didn't know how or who had dropped off the asphalt.
    FRINK ROAD (Statesboro) — A man reported another man had called him and told him he was coming to get revenge for an earlier incident. When the man arrived, he attempted to force his way into the home by kicking and beating the door. The victim told the man to leave several times, but he wouldn't. He said everything went quiet for a moment before the door was broken down. The victim then grabbed his shotgun and fired one shot towards the door. The offender then left, and there were no signs that he was shot.
Georgia State Patrol Incidents   
    Troopers issued 15 warnings, assisted three motorists and investigated two crashes with three reported injuries Tuesday.
Georgia Southern University Incidents
       Officers issued two traffic citations, one traffic warning, investigated one traffic accident, assisted four motorists and responded to one fire alarm Wednesday.
911  Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Wednesday:
    Bulloch County Sheriff's Department - 12 calls.
    Statesboro Police Department — 11 calls.
    University Police Department — one call.
    Georgia State Patrol Post 45 — four calls.
    Brooklet Police Department — two calls
    Candler County Sheriff's Department — one call.
    Evans County Sheriff's Department — one call.
911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Wednesday:
    Statesboro Fire Department — eight calls.
    Bulloch County Volunteer firefighters — five calls.
    Metter Fire Department — three calls.
    Claxton Rescue — one call.
911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Wednesday:
    Bulloch County EMS — three accident calls, 13 medical calls and two rescue calls.
    Candler County EMS — two medical calls.  
    Evans County EMS — one accident call and three medical calls.    
    Central 911 operators also routed one call to Bryan County 911 and one call to Jenkins County 911.
— Compiled by Luke Martin
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