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 Department
Javionna Elante Brown, 20, Bermuda Run Apartments — possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
Rachel Latoya Cone, 31, Bulloch Street — hit-and-run.
Melissa Miller Davis, 33, Cody Lane — felony theft by receiving stolen property, possession of methamphetamine, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, theft by taking, theft by deception.
Tyron Jammariel Hines, 35, Institute Street — suspended license.
Stephanie Tameka Howard, 29, Heritage Apartments — DUI, too fast for conditions, failure to maintain lane.
Malcolm Jamal Jackson, 29, Packinghouse Road — felony theft by receiving stolen property; purchase, sale, manufacture or distribution of marijuana; possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime; possession of drug-related objects; headlight violation; open container; driving without a license.
Myron Justin Lanier, 24, McKinnon Street — DUI/less safe; hit-and-run; obstruction; open container.
Gary Lee, 41, Moore Road, Portal — simple battery (family violence).
Daniel Prentis Murphy, 21, Lockett Drive, Register — possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, DUI, open container.
Corey Renard Rawls, 35, President Circle — theft by shoplifting, criminal trespass, obstruction.
Rebecca Lynne Rowand, 40, Old Towne Drive — simple battery (family violence), criminal trespass.
Travis Dean Simmons, 26, Delk Road, Screven, Ga. — possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, reckless driving.
Ernest Smith, 60, West Main Street — disorderly conduct, public intoxication.
Jami Ann Clark, 35, Perkins Road, Millen — theft by shoplifting, suspended license.
Victor Hugo, 26, North Main Street — public intoxication.
Joseph Anthony Jones, 36, Charleston Avenue — possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
David Gregory Lewis, 30, Sunnyview Court — theft by shoplifting.
Jason Craig McCorkel, 44, J.S. Nesmith Road — theft by shoplifting.
Fredy Perez, 20, Cindy Lane — giving false information, bench warrant.
Samuel Hasan Alexander Siddiqi, 23, Grenade Street — reckless conduct, discharge of firearms on a public street.
Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
Shannon Lee Matthew, 25, Old Dill Road, Portal — suspended license
David Lee Edge, 35, Patton Street, Lumberton, SC — public intoxication, criminal trespass.
Aurelio Ledezma, 54, Prosser Road — simple battery (family violence).
Shawn Kenneth Richardson, 24, Old Sylvania Highway, Millen — driving without a valid license, speeding.
Georgia State Patrol Post 45
Andrew Vincent Arcieri, 27, Rosewood Road, Decatur — DUI, speeding.
Raiford Barnard Benton, 43, Lakeside Court — DUI/less safe, possession of cocaine, open container.
Christopher Conrad Pressler, 27, Groover Old Mill Road — reckless driving.
Matthew Lavon Williams, 23, Highway 80 East — suspended license.
Andre Dashaun Brown, 20, Stilwell Clyo Road, Clyo — possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of drug-related objects.
Ciara Michele Davis, 24, Groover Old Mill Road — reckless driving.
Pierce Tate Findley, 27, Windmill Road, Metter — DUI.
Rebecca Ann Keller, 17, Sawgrass Drive, Savannah — DUI under 21, underage possession of alcohol.
James Lawrence Simpkins, 61, Clifton Road — DUI/less safe, failure to maintain lane.
Charles Wesley Woods, 28, Foye Wilson Road — DUI/less safe, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of drug-related objects, seat belt violation, carrying a concealed weapon (brass knuckles).
Statesboro Police Department
WAL-MART SUPERCENTER — Two people were arrested for switching price tags on merchandise.
In a separate incident, another person was charged with second offense theft by shoplifting for switching UPC labels on items to obtain them for lower prices.
In a third incident, a woman switched UPC labels on an item, left with it after having bought it at a lower price, then returned to get a refund of the full price.
WILDWOOD VILLAS — A woman told police a person threatened her with harm.
OLD TOWNE DRIVE — A woman was charged with simple battery and criminal trespass after involvement in a domestic dispute that turned physical.
MORRIS STREET — A woman said people trying to fight her caused her to strike another car, but the driver of the second car said she had not seen any fight or disturbance.
WEST MAIN/PROCTOR STREES — A woman who claimed three people jumped her denied medical assistance, although she suffered visible scrapes and bruises.
NORTH MAIN STREET — A man who was said to be trespassing suffered injury when the person leasing the property struck him in the face with a baseball bat. He was treated at the hospital and signed a waiver of prosecution.
In an unrelated incident, a man was arrested for public intoxication.
Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
BELLA TERRA ROAD — A man, upon receiving a call from an unknown person claiming he had won $3.5 million, sent $100 to an address in Jamaica at the caller’s request. The victim later determined he had been victim of a scam.
BUIE DRIGGERS ROAD — A man said someone had cut a cable he placed on his property to keep people from entering.
LAGOON ROAD — A man accidentally shot himself in the hand while cleaning his gun.
SIMONS ROAD — A woman who said a man struck her, leaving visible swelling, declined medical care and information about Safe Haven, but asked for a ride to a residence in Candler County.
DAVID COLLEY ROAD — A man reported two pygmy goats, one pregnant, were stolen from his property.
PONDEROSA ROAD — A man said a woman struck him in the neck during an argument. She denied the argument ever became physical.
NESSMITH ROAD — A man told deputies he saw a man fire a shot towards his cattle.
Georgia Southern University Police
Officers issued five traffic citations and 17 traffic warnings and assisted two motorists.
BULLOCH 911 REPORTS
Law Enforcement Agencies
Brooklet Police Department — two calls Monday.
Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office — 18 calls Saturday, 19 calls Sunday and 14 calls Monday.
Candler County Sheriff’s Office — six calls Saturday, six calls Sunday and six calls Monday.
Claxton Police Department — five calls Saturday and four calls Sunday.
Evans County Sheriff’s Office — three calls Saturday, four calls Sunday and four calls Monday.
Georgia State Patrol — one call Saturday, three calls Sunday and six calls Monday.
Georgia Southern University Police — no calls Saturday, Sunday or Monday.
Metter Police Department — five calls Saturday, six calls Sunday and two calls Monday.
Portal Police Department — one call Sunday.
Statesboro Police Department — 26 calls Saturday, 24 calls Sunday and 24 calls Monday.
Bulloch County Fire Department — two calls Saturday, no calls Sunday and one call Monday.
Statesboro Fire Department — two calls Saturday, two calls Sunday and three calls Monday.
Emergency Medical Services
Bulloch County EMS/Saturday — one first-responder call and 16 medical calls.
Bulloch County EMS/Sunday — one accident call, one first-responder call, one rescue call and 14 medical calls.
Bulloch County EMS/Monday — one accident call, three first-responder calls and 27 medical calls
Candler County EMS/Saturday — six medical calls
Candler County EMS/Sunday — four medical calls
Candler County EMS/Monday — five medical calls
Evans County EMS/Saturday — three medical calls.
Evans County EMS/Sunday — one coroner call and five medical calls.
Evans County EMS/Monday — one first-responder call and seven medical calls.
911 hang-ups — 45 calls Saturday, 45 calls Sunday and 43 calls Monday.
Air Evac — no calls Saturday, one call Sunday and two calls Monday.
Bulloch County Humane Enforcement — two calls Saturday, one call Sunday and two calls Monday.
Effingham County 911 — one call Monday.
Emanuel County 911 — one call Saturday and four calls Sunday.
Screven County 911 — one call Sunday and two calls Monday.
Jenkins County 911 — one call Monday.
Will’s Point, TX — one call Saturday.
Chatham County 911 — one call Sunday.
— compiled by Holli Deal Saxon