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Police Report - October 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    
     Christopher Rodriguez Lovett, 23, Miller Street Ext. — seat belt violation, driving with a suspended license.
    Willie Juan Helenya Crawford, 20,  Varsity Lodge Apartments — driving with a suspended license.
    Andrew Nelson Hanmuck, 20, Bearfield Road, Millen — seat belt violation, driving with a revoked license.
    Latara McNee Wallace, 20, Hawthorne Apartments II — obstruction, affray.
     Ashley Nicole Beard, 21, Fayetteville Court, Atlanta — affray.
    Autumn Marie Legree, 20, Hawthorne Apartments II — affray.
    Krishna P. Lee, 21, St. Thomas Drive, Lithonia  — affray.
    Anathashia Regina Jones,     20, Southern Pines — affray.
    Brittany D. Henderson, 21, Hawthorne Court — affray.
    Jesse James Crosby, 35, Tami-Sheri Lane — first degree forgery.
    Cornelius Dever Riel, 24, Simmons Apartments — following too closely, driving with a suspended license.
    Matthew Daniel Tellier, 22, Frances Lane, Brooklet — public intoxication.
    Daniel McCullough, 54, South College — driving with a suspended license, seat belt violation.
    Jason Lamer Johnson, 25, Live Oak Drive, Garfield — battery, kidnapping, driving without a valid license, burglary.
    Jerome Puckett, 49, U.S. 301 North — theft by taking, burglary.
Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests      
    Kendra Lashae Hall, 17, Cody Lane, Brooklet —  battery.
    Derwin Maurice Florence, 28, Eastview Apartments — theft by taking.
    Sandra Latonia Busby, 22, Packinghouse Road — driving with a suspended or revoked license, giving false identification, expired tag, no insurance.
Georgia State Patrol Arrests
    Troopers issued 12 citations Wednesday for traffic violations.
Georgia Southern University Arrests
        Nicholas M. Newton, 23, of Lanier Drive, Statesboro, was charged
 with wanted person.
Statesboro Police Incidents   
    HAWTHORNE II APARTMENTS — Police responded to a reported fight and saw a large crowd of people dispersing. Several females were arrested on affray (fighting) charges.
    RETRIEVERS — A man said another man pulled a knife on him during a verbal dispute.
    SAVANNAH AVENUE —  A man dragged a woman into his vehicle against her will, with her fighting him. She received superficial injuries and he was arrested.
    STOCKYARD ROAD — A man reported two vehicles being broken into, and several items, including a radio, taken.
    CAMBRIDGE APARTMENTS — A man reported finding several flyers from Oasis, placed without permission. The business had been warned for previous violations and will be issued a citation, according to police reports.
    VAN BUREN STREET —   A man reported a weed eater and a hedger missing.
    TAMI-SHERI LANE — A woman reported several checks forged.
    TERESA DRIVE — A woman reported several charges made in her name without her permission.
    FOXRIDGE APARTMENTS — A woman said a man struck her during an argument over missing money.
Bulloch Sheriff's Incidents   
    SOUTHEAST BULLOCH HIGH SCHOOL — (Brooklet) A man said he met with a father who was angry over his son being kicked off the football team, and the father threatened him, asking him to "step outside" to resolve the issue.
    U.S. 301 SOUTH — (Statesboro) A woman said someone broke into her apartment and took $500 cash, as well as jewelry.
    MARTIN'S KENNELS — (Brooklet) A man said he arrived home to find a car with about seven people waiting in his driveway. One of the men in the car said he wanted to buy a pit bulldog puppy the man had advertised for sale. The victim said he only allowed three people in his kennel at a time, and took three men back to the kennel. Once there, one of the men grabbed the victim and held him while the two others each grabbed a puppy and fled, also taking his cell phone. The men fled in a light blue sedan, and the men were described as young black males.
    COWBOY WAY — (Portal) A man said about five people jumped on him on Brack Road after blocking his path. A man he knows threatened him and four other men he did not know got out and approached him. The victim grabbed a crow bar and tried to defend himself but was beaten by the five offenders, he said.
Georgia State Patrol Incidents   
    Troopers issued 27 traffic warnings, assisted one motorist, and investigated a crash that resulted in two injuries Wednesday.
Georgia Southern University Incidents
    KENNEDY HALL — Someone issued a drug complaint.
    WINBURN HALL — Someone reported receiving harassing phone
         Officers investigated one traffic accident, assisted three
 motorists and responded to two fire alarms Wednesday.
911  Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Wednesday:
    Bulloch County Sheriff's Department - 10 calls.
     Statesboro Police Department — 10 calls.
    Brooklet Police — one call.
    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 — five calls.
    Bulloch County Volunteer firefighters — three calls.
    Metter Fire Department — one call.
    Claxton Fire Department — one call.
    Daisy Fire Department — one call.
911 EMS Reports
    Central 911 operators dispatched the following calls Wednesday:
    Bulloch County EMS — one accident call, two fire calls and seven  medical calls.   
    Candler County EMS — one accident call and two medical calls.  
    Evans County EMS — three medical calls.    
    Central 911 operators also routed the following calls Wednesday: one call to Screven County 911, one call to Savannah/Chatham police.

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