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Police Report - November 27
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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
Arrests occurring Wednesday and Thursday will be published Saturday.

Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests
Arrests occurring Wednesday and Thursday will be published Saturday.

Georgia State Patrol Arrests
Arrests occurring Wednesday and Thursday will be published Saturday.

Georgia Southern University Arrests
Arrests occurring Wednesday through Sunday will be published Tuesday due to the holidays.
Statesboro Police Incidents
DORSEY CAR CARE – Three cars were broken into, and a tool box and car stereo were stolen.
CAMPUS CLUB APARTMENTS – A man said shoes and papers were stolen from his car.
EAST GEORGIA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER - A car stolen from Florence, SC – A Plymouth Voyager van, was recovered from the parking lot, where it had been several days.
THE LODGE APARTMENTS – A man forced his roommate out of bed, kicked him and dragged him out of the apartment. Less than a hour later another man called police to report hearing a popping noise and a fire alarm and smelling something burning coming from the same apartment. When police and firefighters arrived the man inside refused to open the door. Police reports stated a warrant would be taken out for the man’s arrest.
BERMUDA RUN APARTMENTS – A Man said another man threatened him with a gun over  past incident.
PIZZA HUT – A juvenile was arrested in connection to an entering auto case.
WAL-MART – A man was arrested after shoplifting a CD.
CAMPUS CLUB APARTMENTS – Three men were arrested after someone reported a burglary in progress.
MIKELL STREET – A  woman said a neighbor pushed her during an argument about the complainant’s kids being near the offender’s car.
MILL RUN APARTMENTS – A man said someone stole a gospel CD, a preaching cassette tape ad a DSL filter from his apartment.
COLLEGE WALK APARTMENTS – A man reported a Play Station 3 stolen.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents
MILL CREEK ESTATES – (Statesboro) After a fight during which a victim suffered bruises, scratches and hair pulled out, a juvenile was arrested for battery, terroristic threats and cruelty to children.
LAKE COLLINS ROAD – (Portal) A woman reported someone tried to break in, but deputies found no indication of forced entry or attempt to do so, in spite of the woman’s door being open.
THOMAS VILLAGE – (Clito) A woman said someone took a GPS unit and a bag of medicine from her car.
GA. 46 – (Register) A man who lives next door to a convenience store had a disagreement with the store clerk.
U.S. 80 WEST – A woman reported the theft of house and vehicle keys.
LUNDY MOBILE HOME PARK – (Statesboro) A woman said another female rides by her house and calls her, shouting obscenities and making verbal threats.
SUMMER WINDS PLACE – (Brooklet) A man said someone stole two TVs from his home.
Moore road – (Portal) A woman said someone stole a stove and $50, Deputies arrested a man for the crimes.
KENNEDY POND ROAD – (Nevils) A woman told deputies she was concerned about a juvenile and had them perform a welfare check.
OLD CARRIAGE TRAIL – (Statesboro) A man said someone stole a Glock pistol.
RAINDROP DRIVE – (Statesboro) A woman said she found her door open.
BOWEN ROAD – (Portal) A man said he went to his property, owned by he and his wife, to retrieve belongings. A man his wife had invited to stay the night began shouting, cursing and threatening to beat him.
PIONEER TRAIL – (Portal) A man said someone let the air out of his vehicle tire.
Georgia State Patrol Incidents
Incidents taking place Tuesday through Thursday will be reported Saturday.
Georgia Southern University Incidents
Information unavailable. Incidents taking place between Tuesday and Sunday will be published Tuesday, Dec. 3.
Central 911 Reports
Information unavailable due to holidays. Information regarding calls Tuesday through Thursday will be published Staurday.

- compiled by Holli Deal Bragg.

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