By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Police Report - October 17
Placeholder Image

    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
    There were no arrests reported.
Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests
     There were no arrests reported.
Georgia State Patrol Arrests
    Troopers issued six traffic citations.
Georgia Southern University Arrests
    Sarnie Greg Johnson, 19, Mike Ann Drive — theft by taking.
    Bobby K. Walker, 19, Garden District —  possession of alcohol by a minor and possession of marijuana.
    Arden K. Bakus, 19, Southern Pines — possession of alcohol by a minor and possession of marijuana.
Statesboro Police Incidents
    GREENBRIAR APTS — Someone stole two mountain bikes from an apartment.
    CONNER'S PLACE — A $1500 laptop was stolen from an apartment.
    MAPLE STREET — A juvenile was attacked by two German shepards while walking down Maple Street. He suffered a lacerations to the left hand, right shoulder blade and right hip and his clothes were torn. Animal control was notified.
    CAMBRIDGE AT SOUTHERN — Three men banged on the front door while one knocked on the back door of a man's home for no known reason.
    BULLOCH STREET — A man was walking down Bulloch Street near MLK Blvd. when he was spotted with a large amount of blood on him. He said he had been stabbed by an unknown assailant. He was taken to East Georgia by EMS.
    St. Charles PLACE — An officer responded to a domestic dispute and heard a slap as he approached the door. Though the woman had redness on her face and arms, she stated she had not been assaulted and would not file a report.
    PEG-WEN BLVD. — A man said he had permission to fish in the lake behind a house when the neighbor came over, said he disapproved of him fishing and told him to leave. When the man would not leave, the neighbor drove his mover around the pond and subsequently ran over the rod and reel with the lawn mower and told the fisherman to take him to small claims court. When the police arrived, the neighbor offered the man $14 for his fishing equipment, which the man did not accept because he said the value was higher than that. The fisherman was advised of court procedures.
Bulloch Sheriff's Incidents
    301 NORTH — A man said a woman with whom he had been living took his vehicle, without his permission, after he took some pain medication and went to sleep. He said he never allowed her to take the car since she had no license and he did not want to be responsible if she were no have an accident.    
    CEDARWOOD ACRES — A woman said that an unknown person or persons entered her residence without permission. Entrance was made by prying open the front door. Turned over to investigators.
    301 NORTH — A woman left a car in the parking lot of D & R Car Care, in order to pick up another vehicle. When she came back, she found that he windshield had been broken, possible caused by a rock.
    REBEKAH ROAD — Two residents left their house and when the returned in the late evening someone had busted their front left window. A laptop computer, gold chain and $300 were deported missing. It appeared the burglars tried to kick open the front door and had tried to pick its lock.
    EMIT DEAL ROAD — A couple was involved in a domestic dispute and when she tried to leave, he would not let her get belongings for the kids. The man agreed to let her brother-in-law get the belongings as long as sheriff's deputies were present.
    HIGHWAY 24 — A man reported that an axe, old chain saw, three plows and a 60 gallon syrup boiler were taken from his farm. The man had a suspect in mind, but when he was questioned by the police denied that he had taken anything from the farm.
    SUNCREST DRIVE — (Portal) A woman called to say that her mailbox had been knocked over. She also said she noticed a couple of teenagers driving a golf cart in the neighborhood. When approached, the teenagers said they had knocked over the mailbox , but the complainant said he husband would fix it. The teen's grandmother, who owns the golf cart, said she would not let the granddaughter drive the cart along that road anymore.
Georgia State Patrol Incidents
    Troopers issued six citations and five warning, assisted two motorists, investigated five crashes and helped one injured person.
Georgia Southern University Incidents
    KENNEDY HALL — A student reported that two males approached him, one carrying a gun. The only thing taken was a cell phone.
    E-MAIL — A student reported that someone hacked his e-mail account.
    GOLF CART — A GSU employee reported that someone spray painted a sign on GSU golf cart.
    RAC — A student reported that someone took his wallet.
    LAKESIDE CAFE — A student reported his laptop was taken while he was in the cafe.
    SOUTHERN PINES — Police responded to a loud noise call
    BUILDING 807 — A digital camera was reported stolen.
    EAGLE VILLAGE — A CD player and several CDs were taken from a vehicle.
    Officers also issued four citations and four warnings, assisted 11 motorists, responded to two fire alarms and investigated one accident.
911 Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Monday:
    Bulloch County Sheriff's Department — 11 calls.
     Statesboro Police Department — 24 calls.
    Georgia State Patrol Post 45 — one call.
    Candler County Sheriff's Department — four calls.
    Claxton Police Department — one call.
911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Monday:
    Bulloch County volunteer firefighters — one call.

911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following call Monday:
    Bulloch County EMS — 12 medical calls.   
    Candler County EMS — one accident and three medical calls.  
    Evans County EMS — two medical calls.    
    Central 911 operators also routed one call to Screven County and six calls to Emanuel County.

— Compiled by Phil Boyum.

Sign up for the Herald's free e-newsletter