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Police Report - October 5
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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
    Phillip Blair Buelterman, 19, Lake Charleton Road — speeding, DUI under 21.
    Erich Moore Toon, 19, Oakfield Lane, Roswell — underage possession of alcohol.
Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests
    Arrests made over the weekend will be published Tuesday.
Georgia State Patrol Arrests
    Arrests made Friday and Saturday will be published Monday.
Georgia Southern University Arrests
    Arrests made over the weekend will be published Tuesday.
Statesboro Police Incidents
     BERMUDA RUN APARTMENTS — A woman said someone responded to an ad she placed on Facebook to sell a car. They sent her a check for $2,000 and asked her to cash it and send back the overpayment by money order, and she felt it was a scam.
    CAMPUS CROSSING — A woman said a jewelry box with assorted jewelry, a pair of pants, an Ipod and accessories and textbooks were taken from her car.
     PARK PLACE APARTMENTS —  A man called police when he saw three juveniles destroying a telephone box.
    LEE STREET — A complainant said someone set fire to his Statesboro Herald paper box, and the ground caught fire as a result.
    CROSSWINDS DRIVE — A woman said someone toilet papered her yard, poured coffee grounds around the yard and wrote "Seniors 2009" on car windows.
    PLANTATION VILLAS — A woman said someone stole $8,517 and a cell phone from her home.
Bulloch Sheriff's Incidents
     OLD DILL ROAD — (Portal) A woman reported the theft of a John Deere mower and trailer.
    OLD McKELVEEN ROAD —(Brooklet) A woman told deputies she received harassing phone calls and e-mails.
    JOSEPH'S HOME FOR BOYS — (Statesboro) Three juveniles ran away, and when deputies located them on bicycles in a nearby subdivision, they fled. However, they were captured and taken into custody.
    DAVID COLLEY ROAD — (Portal) A deputy responding to a call about an intoxicated person operating a four-wheeler arrested the man, who was intoxicated and had a suspended license. He also had a juvenile with him, who was released to family members.
    LIVE OAK LANE — (Pembroke) A man said someone entered his home and took prescription medicine, and it was the third time this happened.
    BULL BAY DRIVE — (Statesboro) A woman reported three interior doors taken from a home under construction.
    INDIGO HILLS ROAD — (Statesboro) A man reported his wife has been receiving harassing phone calls     of a sexual nature from a restricted number.
Georgia State Patrol Incidents
     Incidents occurring  Friday and Saturday will be published Monday.
Georgia Southern University Incidents
    Incidents occurring over the weekend will be published Tuesday.
Animal Shelter Reports
    The Statesboro-Bulloch County Animal Shelter reported the following activity for the week of  Sept. 22-28:
    Animals received:
    Rural county areas, Bulloch Humane Enforcement —  16 dogs and 16 cats.
    Statesboro city limits, Bulloch Humane Enforcement — eight dogs and three cats.
    Portal city limits — one dog.
    Surrendered by citizens — two dogs and seven cats.
    Number in litters surrendered — five puppies and 24 kittens.
    Animals out:
    Shelter adoptions — four dogs and four cats.
    Pets & People adoptions — one dog and five cats.
    Returned to owners — two dogs and a cat.
    Died at shelter — three cats.
    Euthanized  — 12 dogs and 25 cats.
    Humane Enforcement calls:
    Bat complaints — one.
    Rabbit complaints — one.
    Raccoon complaints — one.
    Snake complaints — one.
    Court summons/citations — one.
    Warnings — 14.
    Money collected:
    Adoption fees — $490.
    Surrender fees — $30.
    Returned animal fines — $125.
    Donations — $1.
    Miscellaneous — $11.
— Compiled by Holli Deal Bragg

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