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Police Report - October 26
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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     
    Walker Lamar Bazemore, 18, Shane Road — underage possession of alcohol, possession or use of a drug related object.
    Randy Lee Adams III, 17, U.S. 301 South — underage possession of alcohol, possession/use of a drug related object, possession of a controlled substance, marijuana possession.
Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests    
    Brittany Lynn Crosby, 19, Choctaw Hunt — battery.
    Ricky Mallard Seckinger Jr., 40, University Plaza — harassing phone calls.
    Marlon Hendrix, 35, Mikell Street — battery.
    Edaritha Eason, 50, Pine Street — theft by deception.
    Lakesha Lashae Rich, 27, East Jones Avenue — theft by deception.
    Albert Bertis Croom III, 41, Railroad Street, Pulaski — child abandonment.
    John David Zaenglein, 20, Hwy. 88, Sandersville — harassing phone calls.
    Patricia Cunningham Finch, 46, Rocky Ford Road, Portal — battery.
    Jenny Lynn Finch, 18, Rocky Ford Road, Portal — battery.
    Anthony Lee Lane, 26, Packinghouse Road — suspended registration, no insurance, marijuana possession.
Georgia State Patrol Arrests
    Robert Paul Gunn, 22, Millen — DUI (test results not listed).
    Edith Kellie Rogers, 32, Rogers Road, Glennville — DUI (.124).
     Troopers issued 11 arrests Tuesday and 11 arrests Wednesday.
Georgia Southern University Arrests
       Tyrone Bryant, 19, Olliff Hall,  —  theft by taking.
   Officers issued four traffic citations Wednesday.
Statesboro Police Incidents    
    CAMPUS CLUB APARTMENTS — A woman called another and threatened to come fight her. She appeared at the victim's home, and swung at her, so the victim defended herself. Police noted the victim did appear to have been in a tussle, and her shirt was torn.    
    MORRIS HEIGHTS APARTMENTS — A woman said two other females started an argument with her. One attacker swung at  the victim and scratched her neck while the other struck the victim on the back.
    JEWEL DRIVE — A man told police his juvenile son took his car keys and car without permission.
    BUDGET INN — An officer making rounds in response to a drug complaint spotted two men - one with a bottle of alcohol and another with a rifle - standing by a truck. Both were charged with underage possession of alcohol and possession or use of a drug related object. One man was also charged with possession of a controlled substance and marijuana possession.
    ELM/NORTH MAIN STREETS — A woman said an unknown man attacked her, punching her and knocking her to her knees. She injured her leg in the struggle.
    BERMUDA RUN APARTMENTS — A woman said her ex boyfriend slapped her face.
Bulloch Sheriff's Incidents    
    SOUTHEAST BULLOCH HIGH SCHOOL — (Brooklet) A student became angry when taken to the principal's office for misconduct and punched a hole in the wall.
    B. TUCKER ROAD — (Statesboro) A man told deputies someone took his John Deere tractor from a shed and left it inoperable in the middle of a cotton field.
    DOY NEWTON TRAILER PARK — (Clito) A woman told a deputy she believed someone was staying in her barn. Deputies found a mattress, a Winnie the Pooh blanket, an empty three-liter Shasta bottle and a Full Throttle energy drink. The woman said she had no idea who could be squatting in her barn loft.
    KENNEDY POND ROAD — (Nevils) A woman said a man threw or placed a beer bottle in her yard. The man listed as a suspect is one with whom the woman and her family have had previous altercations.
    OLD HAPPY ROAD — (Brooklet) A man reported his mail box and newspaper box had been shot.
    COUNTRY CLUB VILLAS — (Statesboro) A woman who works for Passion Parties reported the theft of a box shipped from the company containing customer's orders; adult novelties, lotions, intimate items and a hand bag shaped as a bustier. Two days later, she found four of the missing items on her porch, opened and not in their packages.
    SHOGUN RESTAURANT — (U.S. 301 South, Statesboro) — A man reported the theft of $380, two one-liter bottles of Grey Goose Vodka, two one-liter bottles of Beefeater gin, and two one-liter bottles of Jack Daniels bourbon whiskey. There was no sign of forced entry.
Georgia State Patrol Incidents    
    Tuesday, troopers issued three warnings, assisted five motorists, and investigated three crashes resulting in no reported injuries.
    Wednesday, troopers issued seven warnings, made one emergency relay of blood or medical supplies, and investigated 11 crashes resulting in four reported injuries.
Georgia Southern University Incidents
     SOUTHERN COURTYARD APARTMENTS — Someone reported the theft of a  book bag from a vehicle in the parking lot.
     Officers issued  seven traffic warnings, and assisted nine motorists and one injured person Wednesday.
911  Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Wednesday:
    Bulloch County Sheriff's Department — 11 calls.
    Statesboro Police Department — 23 calls.
    University Police Department — two  calls.
    Georgia State Patrol Post 45 — 10 calls.
    Candler County Sheriff's Department — seven calls.
    Evans County Sheriff's Department — three calls.
911 Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Wednesday:
    Bulloch County volunteer firefighters — one call.
911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following call Wednesday:
    Bulloch County EMS — three accident calls, 10 medical calls and one rescue call.   
    Candler County EMS — one medical call.  
    Evans County EMS — five medical calls.    
    Central 911 operators also routed  a call to Emanuel County 911.
— Compiled by Holli Deal Bragg
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