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Police Report 1-2-13 1994 Chevrolet Caprice reported stolen
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    Chkaia Renee Howard, 25, Egret Place — driving while license suspended or revoked, knowingly driving while registration suspended, canceled or revoked, no proof of insurance for motor vehicle.
    Ismael Mendoza-Hernandez, 25, Walnut Street (Millen) — driving while license expired or revoked, tail light/tail light lenses required.
    Donnie Anastus Gay III, 26, Mossberg Road — obstruction of a law enforcement officer.
    James Davis Jr., 46, Norwood Drive — wanted person, public drunkenness, disorderly conduct, possession of tools for the commission of a crime, criminal trespass.
    Steve Evans, 48, South College Street — disorderly conduct, obstruction of a law enforcement officer.
    Jose Martinez, 32, Railroad Avenue, Lexington, S.C. — driving with expired license, defective headlight.
    Isaac Johnny Gerido, 45, Jones Mill Road — simple assault, obstruction of a law enforcement officer.
    Saul Ixba, 31, Lanier Drive — DUI, criminal trespass, battery, driving without a valid license.
    Zachary Lee Tyler, 20, Lanier Drive — battery.
    Samuel Owen Coffey, 20, Hazelwood Drive — possession of marijuana.
    Howard Randy Wooten, 35, Harvey Drive — possession of marijuana.

    EAST JONES AVENUE — Several tools and other items were stolen from a truck on a construction site.
    GEORGIA HIGHWAY 67 SOUTH — A man reported the theft of his 1994 Chevrolet Caprice from a parking lot.
    EAST MAIN STREET — Two bicycles were reported stolen.
    ROBIN HOOD TRAIL — Police discovered that four residences were broken into. Several items were reported stolen from one of the burglarized homes, and two broken video game consoles were taken from another.
    WALMART — A man tried to walk out of the store without paying for several items.
    UNIVERSITY PLACE APARTMENTS — Two burglaries were reported. A television was stolen from one unit, and two televisions, along with several other items, were taken from the other.

  Arrests/ Incidents
    Reports from Friday through Tuesday will be published Thursday.

    Reports from Friday through Tuesday will be published Thursday.
— compiled by Jeff Harrison