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Police Report - November 23
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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    
    Nicholas Alan Greathouse, 19, Northwest 500th Road, Appleton city, MO — affray.
    Tyler John Herring, 19, Vanguard Road, Ft. Stewart — battery.
    Robert Douglas Harwell Jr., 23, Sterling Court — affray.
    Fredericka Janet Danidowsky, 19, Ga. 67 — DUI, improper turn.
Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests   
    Taryn Michal Kelly, 25, Olney Station, Ellabell — contempt of court (drug court).
    Georgia N. Desmit, 21, Lilly Street, Pembroke — contempt of court (drug court).
    Adolphus Green,32, Cotton Avenue — non payment of child support.
    Penelope Bunton Lowery, 37, Stilson-Leefield Road, Brooklet — battery (family violence).
    Ronnie Hugh Lowery, 38,  Stilson-Leefield Road, Brooklet — battery (family violence).
Georgia State Patrol Arrests
    Troopers issued eight citations Tuesday for traffic violations.
Georgia Southern University Arrests
     Ruben Charles Hayslett, 23, Southern Pines —  wanted person.
Statesboro Police Incidents   
    UNIVERSITY PLAZA — An officer arrested a man after watching him strike another man in the face, causing a cut over the eye.
    GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR — A woman told police someone took $480 from her purse while it was stored in a cabinet.
    BRAMPTON AVENUE — A man called police after seeing another male drop a plastic bag filled with six rock like objects that field tested positive for cocaine.
    EL SOMBRERO — A man reported a red and silver mountain bike missing.
    FOXRIDGE APARTMENTS — A woman called police after a man she allowed in her home made sexual advances towards her. He later yelled at her and made threats because she called police.
    BEA DOT WAY — A woman said her ex-boyfriend banged on her door repeatedly and drives past her home, and calls her, harassing her.
    WAL-MART — A woman said another female threatened her while the two argued over a family funeral.
Bulloch Sheriff's Incidents   
     LUCY LANE — (Statesboro) A woman said her boyfriend threw a picture at a wall during an argument, damaging the wall and picture. She was frightened and called 911.
    SWALLOWTAIL DRIVE — (Statesboro) A man called deputies after his daughter disobeyed his orders and met with a boy of whom he disapproves.
    BARN MOBILE HOME PARK — (Statesboro) A woman told deputies her ex-boyfriend came to her house and began striking her and taking her clothes off. She called for help and her children responded, and the man grabbed a 10-year-old and choked the child. When the man eventually fell asleep, the woman took the three children and left to call for help. Deputies found the man hiding under the covers in the bed, and he gave them a fictitious name. A check revealed he was wanted in Atlanta, and he was charged in the incident to which deputies responded.
    RAD DENMARK ROAD — (Nevils) A man reported the theft of a lawn mower from a shed.
    VALLI'S COLLISION CENTER — A man reported several automobile break-ins, with various items taken from 14 victims including CD players, perfume, a camera, CDs, a plastic box containing "Scooby Doo" cards, two bottles of ibuprofen, a pair of scissors, a plastic toy pistol, jewelry and makeup, electronics, a TV remote control, a cell phone, and a leak finder kit. Two offenders were arrested in the case.
    RIVER BEND ROAD — (Clito) A woman said her ex-husband came to her home and took a John Deere Gator belonging to her children. She said he and another man came to the home in order to put a new motor on the Gator.
    BULLOCH COUNTY COURTHOUSE — Deputies arrested a man at the courthouse for public intoxication after he displayed bloodshot eyes and smelled of alcohol. He registered .098 on a portable alcohol breath tester, and admitted by "spontaneous utterance that he drank the night before but had not drank anything today," according to reports.
    OLD GROVELAND ROAD — (Pembroke) A woman called deputies after finding a suspicious package in a house that was to be torn down. The package contained blasting caps, which were detonated by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation bomb disposal unit.
    MAY ROAD — (Ellabell) — A woman said she told a man and his girlfriend they had to move from her home, where they had been staying while she was out of town. He asked several people over as he was moving, and when the complainant asked them to leave, he became angry. When taking is last box of belongings out, he threatened to come back with a gun and kill  her, she said.
Georgia State Patrol Incidents   
    Troopers issued 15 warnings, assisted six motorists and investigated three accidents with three reported injuries Tuesday.
Georgia Southern University Incidents
    PERIMETER COMMUTER LOT —  A 2001 Pontiac was reportedly taken from the parking  lot.
   Officers investigated one traffic accident, assisted two motorists and responded to two fire alarms Tuesday.
911  Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Tuesday:
    Bulloch County Sheriff's Department - nine calls.
     Statesboro Police Department — 18 calls.
    University Police — one call.
    Georgia State Patrol Post 45 — eight calls.
    Candler County Sheriff's Department — two calls.
    Evans County Sheriff's Department —  one call.
911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Tuesday:
    Metter Fire Department — one call.
911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Tuesday:
    Bulloch County EMS — two accident calls and 11 medical calls.   
    Candler County EMS — one medical call.  
    Evans County EMS — one medical calls.    
    Central 911 operators routed a call to the Bulloch County Correctional Institute.
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