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Police Report - October 7
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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.

 ARRESTS:  Arrests made by the Statesboro Police Department and Georgia State Patrol Friday and Saturday with be published in Monday’s Statesboro Herald. Arrests made by the Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department and Georgia Southern University Police will be published Tuesday.
 INCIDENTS: Statesboro Police  and Georgia State Patrol incidents occurring Friday and Saturday will be published Monday.  Georgia Southern University incidents occurring over the weekend will be published Tuesday.
 Bulloch Sheriff’s Incidents
      GA. 67 — (Brooklet) A woman said an unknown person used her mother’s driver’s license number on a checking account without her knowledge or permission. The offender has written several checks that were returned for insufficient funds, causing the complainant’s  mother to encounter problems with having her checks accepted.
     TIME SAVER #33  —(Statesboro, Ga. 67) A woman said another woman tried to pay for purchases using a counterfeit $10 bill, which t he offender said she received as change from Wal-Mart in Pooler.
     OLD RIVER ROAD NORTH — (Statesboro) A woman told deputies someone removed a prescription bottle of Percocet from her vehicle.
     R. E. LEE ROAD — (Pembroke) A man said another male and an unknown female were seen exiting his residence during a cookout, and the female had something in her hand. He later discovered the following missing: a bottle of 60 tablets of Oxycodone, a bottle of 20 acetominophen tablets, a bottle containing 15 tablets of Clonazepam, and a bottle of 135 Methocarbamol pills.
     TURTLE COURT — (Statesboro) A man told deputies he took his daughter to his ex-wife’s house to get some clothing, and parked away from the residence to avoid trouble.  Then a man approached him, introduced himself, and threatened if he ever put his hands on (the complainant’s ex-wife) he (the complainant) would have to answer to him. The complainant said he had not seen his ex for several months and had not put his hands on her. He asked for a report for documentation.
     TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH — (Statesboro) Someone drilled a hole in a school bus gas tank and drained the gasoline.
     PULASKI ROAD — (Statesboro) A woman said a Proctor Electric employee had not returned a company vehicle, credit card and cell phone with a GPS card.
     CLITO ROAD — (Clito) A man reported a gate to the Grinnell plant was tampered with, and a lock cut with bolt cutters. A ladder was found leaning on the gate and a chain was missing.
     In a separate incident, a man listed a Savannah man as an offender in a case where a green 1993 Chevrolet GMT was stolen.
     BLACK CREEK CHURCH ROAD — (Brooklet) A man said someone took a Dewalt generator from a utility trailer.
     TRAPNELL DODGE — (Statesboro) A man reported the theft of a customer’s vehicle from the property.
     BROOKWOOD SUBDIVISION — (Brooklet) A Century 21 representative reported letters taken from a sign and solar lamps stolen.
     PLANTATION MOBILE HOME PARK — (Statesboro) A man said an unknown person and a man he knew only by the first name came knocking at his door. When he opened the inside door, the unknown man tried to open the outside door, frightening the complainant, who shut the inside door. Then the two visitors threw a beer can at his door.
     THOMPSON’S LANE — (Statesboro) A woman said she and her husband argued, and he became upset when she mentioned a divorce. The man was gone when deputies arrived.
     BROOKRUN DRIVE —(Register) Deputies responded to a 911 call concerning a domestic disturbance and found two men, father and son, who admitted being in an argument. The victim said his father “got highly intoxicated and started cursing at him,” causing a verbal argument that led to the 911 call.
— Compiled by Holli Deal Bragg
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