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Evans, Claxton Police reports - Jan. 1
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Evans Sheriff's Arrests
Celestino Hernandez Campos, 36, North Magnolia Bluff Drive (Metter)-seat belt violation, expired tag, driving without a license.
James Jamario Brown, 28, Green Street (Jesup)-driving without a license, no proof of insurance.
Robert McMillan, 31, Highway 301 North-obstruction of officers, giving false information to officers, wanted person/active warrant.
Christine Mary Sangiorge, 36, Fair Road (Statesboro)-possession of cocaine.
Tanganyika Michelle Jones, 37, Packinghouse Road (Statesboro)-possession of cocaine, driving without a license, traffic citation.

Evans Sheriff's Incidents
JENNIE STATION ROAD-A woman said when she returned home, she found a screw driver on the porch and it appeared someone tried to break into the front and back doors.
MOSLEY BRIDGE ROAD-A complainant said someone stole his large mouth bass mailbox.
BROAD STREET-A woman said there were four males trespassing behind her house.
BULL CREEK CHURCH ROAD-A complainant said a neighbor was walking up and down her driveway yelling call the police.
EDGAR HODGES ROAD-A woman said there was a suspicious vehicle in her driveway, but the driver was found to be a Fedex employee in a Budget rental truck.
PERRY ROAD-A man stated that there was a suspicious van nearby with the windows rolled down and ladders on it.
SUNBURRY ROAD-A woman stated that someone stole her Kawasaki four wheeler out of her yard.
MOSLEY ROAD-A woman stated there was a woman in the middle of the road trying to flag someone down.
BTF FARMS-A complainant stated that someone stole their oyster roast from the farm.
HIGHWAY 280-A woman reported that someone made terroristic threats to her.
REUBEN JONES ROAD-A woman stated that someone tried to break into her house.
HILLSIDE DRIVE-A man said he wanted an officer to check on his daughter because her boyfriend recently beat her and her five children.
OXENDINE DRIVE-A woman said that Discover credit card company notified her that someone had used her name and information to try to obtain a credit card.
CADDIE GREEN ROAD-A suspected rolling methamphetamine lab in a black F-150 was reported for further investigation.
BULL CREEK BRIDGE-A concerned person reported an unknown substance found in a 55-gallon drum.
LJ ROAD-Someone reported his wife was run off the road into a pond.

Claxton Police Arrest
Pedro Antonio Helena, 45, North Ralph Street-driving while unlicensed.

Claxton Police Incidents
SOUTH CLAXTON AVENUE-A woman said a man she has had an on and off relationship with for 20 years threatened to kill her.
WOMBLE STREET-Someone reported their dog was shot with a BB gun.
GALAXY FOODS-Someone was reported shoplifting.
HILLSIDE APARTMENTS-A woman said she was choked during an argument between her and the offender. She said he also hit her one-year-old child's head on the car window while trying to retrieve the keys from the vehicle.
THE DREAM STORE-A complainant said the door was busted out of the store, but nothing was taken.
EDDIE STREET-An unknown subject entered a man's Pontiac vehicle without permission, taking a silver diamond bracelet valued at $299.99.
LONG STREET-When a man went to the emergency room with chest pain, a nurse said he was in x-ray before he was later found lying face down on the floor in the room where he was waiting for the doctor. No foul play was suspected.
EXXON STATION-Someone said an offender pulled a gun on him at the gas station.
NORTH COLLEGE STREET-Two people got into an argument because the male party was drinking. The complainant said he then kicked her in the leg.
SUBWAY-Someone said they believed a clerk to be selling drugs out of the store.
EAST SMITH STREET-A woman stated there were young boys who rode bicycles into her yard, acting like they were going to run over her grand children.