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 Anthony Moore, 23, Settles Hill Way, Norcross – stop sign violation, marijuana possession.
* Michael Eugene Smart, 24, Circle Drive – driving with a suspended license, expired tag, seat belt violation.
Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests
* Seni Alabi-Asama, 32, Old Carriage Trail – theft by deception.
* Daniel Berckley Blocker, 37, U.S. 129 South, Claxton – possession of a Schedule II drug, marijuana possession with intent to distribute, speeding, DUI, open container, failure to maintain lane.
Georgia State Patrol Arrests
* DUI arrests – Isaias Cordova Geronimo, 33, Cypress Lake Road – DUI (.156).
* Seatbelt citations – none.
* Child restraint citations — one.
* Speeding citations – five.
* Total citations – seven.
Georgia Southern University Arrests
* None reported.
Statesboro Police Incidents
* GORDON STREET – Two females fought after one came inside the other’s house to use the bathroom. The visitor was given permission by the other woman’s mother. The two offenders do not like each other, reports stated.
* SOUTHGATE APARTMENTS – A woman reported a juvenile female missing.
* STONEHAVEN DRIVE – A man and woman fought, and the man left with her cell phone.
* WAL-MART – A man fled after concealing video games under his shirt. Police spotted him at JC Penney, but he fled again and was not found.
* BEALLS OUTLET – A woman place her wallet on a counter just long enough to zip her son’s jacket, and someone grabbed it. It held $23 and her identification.
* GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR – A man threw a fit and cursed, yelling and became irate when told he was not eligible for benefits. He was incoherent in his rantings, reports stated.
Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents
* CHESTNUT OAK LANE – (Statesboro) A woman called deputies because her 17-year-old son disobeyed her and would not stay out of his sister’s room.
* RAINDROP DRIVE – (Statesboro) Someone reported the theft of a TV and watch ate deputies apparently interrupted a burglary when they spotted an open door. The offender(s) left a pile of video games, gaming console and a piggy bank in the living room floor, apparently interrupted by deputies during the burglary. No suspect was found.
* BLACK CREEK CHURCH ROAD – (Brooklet) A woman said she suspected someone stole her mail after she saw a man parked by her mail box. She received no mail that day and was expecting a rental check.
Georgia State Patrol Incidents
* Crashes investigated – one.
* Fatalities reported – none.
* Total vehicle stops – 13.
* Seatbelt warnings – none.
* Child restraint warnings – none.
* Speeding warnings – three.
* Total warnings issued – 10.
* Wanted persons apprehended – none.
* Stolen vehicles recovered – none.
* Road checks performed – none.
* Motorists assisted – none.
* Miles patrolled – 1,239.
Georgia Southern University Incidents
* Officers assisted three motorists and issued two traffic warnings and responded to three false fire alarms Thursday.
— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg