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Police Report - 10/6/19
Crime Scene
Police Beat


Bulloch County Sheriff's Office

   Jesse Devenitca LaJeunesee, 18, Arcola Road, Pembroke — simple battery (family violence), battery (family violence/first offense).

   Marilyn Nakie Legree, 22, North College Street — wanted person (Chatham County).

   Xavier Alan Schoot, 19, Carter Drive — DUI (less safe/alcohol), speeding, impeding flow of traffic, seat belt violation, tire requirements, failure to maintain lane.

   Augustine Venturo, 28, Mulberry Street — public drunkenness.

   Keonta Sherod Clark, 31, Allen Circle — bench warrant.

   Tyler Joseph Dickerson, 20, Whitaker Lane, Brooklet — giving false information, probation violation.


Statesboro Police Department

   Ntia Imani Myles, 25, Georgia Avenue — marijuana possession (less than 1 ounce).

   Dexter Antoine Adams, 32, Patrol Road, Forsyth — aggravated assault.

   Dalton Charles Deaver, 21, Tavern Lane — aggravated assault, aggravated battery, false imprisonment.

   Chico Alou Lanier, 53, East Jones Avenue — possession of cocaine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of schedule III drugs, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of a drug-related object, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, and original container required for prescription medicines. 

   Calvin McMillan, 38, Thomas Street — simple battery/family violence.

   Andrew McNair Pennington, 43, Jones Mill Road — public indecency.

   Tamarick Deandre Young, 19, Chandler Road — seat belt violation, suspended license.


Georgia State Patrol Post 45

   Juan Lopez Jacobo, 24, Leopoard Lane, Savannah — DUI/less safe.

   Jennifer Merced Lepe, 20, Woodland Drive — DUI/less safe, failure to maintain lane, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

   Demetrius Deon Sherrod, 25, Moring Street, Swainsboro — DUI (less safe/alcohol), speeding, seat belt violation, taillights/lens required.



Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office

   A RESIDENTIAL STREET — A woman reported that a small struggle occurred when she was getting out of a vehicle where she and her boyfriend had been having an argument. Deputy observed a small cut under the woman’s eye, but she said she didn’t know whether her boyfriend caused the cut or she did.

   WESTBORO TOWN HOMES — Deputies responded to a report of a man, wearing nothing but boxer underwear, asleep in a Nissan Altima. When a deputy asked the man if someone could be called to come get him, the man said he just wanted to stay there and sleep, and ended up being arrested for public drunkenness.

   HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH — When a deputy stopped for a vehicle parked on the side of the highway, a woman stated that her husband was intoxicated and lying in a ditch nearby, and she couldn’t get him into the car. He also ended up at the county jail on a public drunkenness charge.

   PERSIMMON PATH — A man reported being scammed through a Facebook Marketplace ad for fishing rods. He sent money but did not get the rods, and can no longer contact the seller.

   BAYGALL ROAD — A man reported someone cut the brake line on his Dodge Ram. He said he suspects a former worker who was fired.

   HAMPSTEAD AVENUE- A woman said she argued verbally with a man who flipped her cup in her face as she tried to drink, splashing her with water.



Law Enforcement Agencies

   Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office — 20 calls Wednesday, 22 calls Thursday.

   Candler County Sheriff’s Office — seven calls Wednesday, four calls Thursday.

   Claxton Police Department — one call Wednesday, six calls Thursday.

   Evans County Sheriff’s Department — three calls Wednesday, one call Thursday.

   Georgia State Patrol — six calls Wednesday, six calls Thursday.

   Georgia Southern University Police — three calls Wednesday, one call Thursday.

   Metter Police Department — five calls Wednesday, six calls Thursday.

   Statesboro Police Department — 33 calls Wednesday, 25 calls Thursday.


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