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Police Report - September 11
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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.

Statesboro Police Arrests
Wednesday and Thursday arrests will be published Saturday.

Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests
NOTE: Benjamin Wheeler, J. W. Lane Brooklet, who was reported as charged with statutory rape and contributing to the delinquency a minor, is 17, not 18, as previously reported.
Myrisha Nichell Sanders, 20, Woodland Drive – theft by taking.
Betty Jane Everett, 49, Holloway Lane – first degree forgery.
Tiesha Shawan Wilson, 32, Mikell Street – probation violation.
Grace Elizabeth Hagins, 57, Larry Smith Mobile Home Park, Portal – felony theft by  taking.
Rachel Amanda Lang, 29, Olney Station Drive, Ellabell – battery.
John Ernest Herring,42, Olney Station Drive, Ellabell – battery.
Brian Christopher Brown,24, Morris Street – probation violation.
Michael Antonio Andrews, 19, Swallowtail Drive – giving false identity to officers.
Rancheris Williams, 28, Sonny Hagins Read, Portal – probation violation.

Georgia State Patrol Arrests
Information unavailable from GSP Thursday.
Georgia Southern University Arrests
 Officers issued four traffic citations Wednesday.
Statesboro Police Incidents
Incidents occurring Wednesday and Thursday will be published Saturday.    

Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents
PIKE ROAD – (Statesboro) Deputies responded to a domestic dispute about the couple’s kids staying over at neighbors’ homes.
MAPLE DRIVE – (Statesboro) A woman said her boyfriend’s mother took a necklace out of her car.
OLD REGISTER ROAD – (Statesboro)A man and his brother-in-law were involved in a heated argument but no physical contact ensued.
MOORE CHAVERS ROAD – (Portal) A woman said she suspected a man took a bed, a washer, freezer, tires and rims and sheet metal from her property.
LARK LANE – (Statesboro) A woman reported a bicycle stolen.
MCKELVEEN KENDRICK ROAD – (Brooklet) A woman complained that a neighbor left limbs on her land and killed grass when he sprayed.
MAGNOLIA WAY – (Statesboro) A woman said a camera and camcorder were stolen from her home.
Georgia State Patrol Incidents
Information unavailable from GSP Post 45 Thursday.
Georgia Southern University Incidents
Officers issued 10 traffic warnings, assisted six motorists, assisted one sick person, responded to a drug complaint at Centennial Place and investigated one accident Wednesday.
SOUTHERN COURTYARD – Someone reported the theft of a bicycle.
CENTENNIAL PACE – A bicycle was reported stolen.
E-LOT – Someone reported damage to a golf cart.
Central 911 Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:
Bulloch County Sheriff's Department- 14 calls.
Statesboro Police Department- 17 calls.
University Police Department – one call.
Georgia State Patrol - one call.
Candler County Sheriff's Department – four calls.
Evans County Sheriff's Department – five calls.
Portal Police Department – one call.
911 Fire Department Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:
Bulloch County Volunteer Firefighters - two calls.
Statesboro Fire Department – three calls.
911 EMS Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:
Bulloch County EMS – 13 medical calls.
Candler County EMS – one accident call and six medical calls.
Evans County EMS – one accident call and three medical calls.
Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Wednesday: three calls to Bulloch County First Responders, a cal to Effingham County 911, a call to Emanuel County 911, a call to Excelsior EMC, a call to Tattnall County 911, a call to Screven County 911, a  call to Jenkins County 011.

- compiled by Holli Deal Bragg.

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