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
Brayham Duvan Gutierrez, 22, South Main Street - failure to notify owner upon striking unattended vehicle.
Jalin Danny Hall, 22, Stambuk Lane - DUI.
Hunter Scott Pearson, 21, Belgrave Court, Salisbury, Mo. - DUI, failure to maintain lane.
Aprille Montrice Reese, 36, South Racetrack Street, Swainsboro - bench warrant.
Perry Jason Ward, 18, Woodstone Way, Evans - DUI/refused test, window tint violation, excessive volume from radio.
Alexander Bernard White, 27, Blakewoods Apartments - possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, criminal use of an article with an altered ID mark, simple battery (family violence), criminal trespass (family violence), obstructing emergency phone calls.
Demetrius Elbert Foy, 40, Effingham Highway, Sylvania - probation violation.
Alexander Michael Gursky, 18, Knight Drive - DUI under 21, open container, window tint violation.
Shamecciaa Shiann Hagins, 20, Pecan Grove Circle, Portal - theft by shoplifting.
Terrell Donnell Kennedy, 24, Cherry Street, Guyton - open container, reckless driving, driving without a valid license.
Tyler Randall McDonald, 23, Adams Street, Vidalia - probation violation.
Frankie Denise Perkins, 48, Poplar Street -DUI/less safe, failure to maintain lane, suspended license.
Corinthian Tonika Watson, 37, Mikell Street - simple battery (family violence).
Ronald Calvin Hester, 23, East Main Street - DUI/less safe, fleeing/attempt to elude, stop sign violation, failure to obey traffic device (six counts), failure to signal turn, driving on the wrong side of the road, violation of the "Move Over" law, failure to obey person directing traffic, headlights violation, expired registration, impeding traffic flow, limitation of driving left of center of roadway, violation of a one-way roadway and traffic islands, failure to maintain lane, failure to yield for emergency vehicle, improper use of center turn lane, improper stopping or parking in roadway, aggressive driving, reckless driving, hit-and-run.
Bulloch County Sheriff's Office
Victor Alexander Booker, 36, Arco First Fl., St. Louis, Mo. - possession of cocaine, possession of a schedule II controlled substance, obstruction, possession of drug-related objects.
Dillon Clint Collins, 25, Sandy Creek Road, Pembroke - suspended license, speeding.
Timothy Levon Field, 29, Chatham Street, Savannah - giving false information.
Wayne Robert Miller, 60, Nesmith Road - DUI/less safe (refused test).
Juquannise Hosea Sherrod, 20, Statesboro Place Circle - possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
Nicholas Deshawn Carlyle, 23, Highway 56, Swainsboro - possession of drug-related objects, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
Larry Steven Parrish, 30, Newton Mobile Home Park - public intoxication.
Georgia State Patrol Post 45
Brantley Edgar Bunch, 48, Homer Bunch Road - DUI, open container, stop sign violation.
Jonathan Brandon Johnson, 22, Lee Road, Pembroke - DUI.
Jon David Williams, 57, Henry Futch Road, Nevils - DUI/less safe, headlights violation, open container, seatbelt violation.
Brian Cody Brewer, 23, Pleasant Hill Church Road, Ellabell - DUI, stop sign violation.
Jasmine Salece Cooper, 23, Cab Drive, Sylvania - wanted person (Effingham County).
Kailend Jamal Wilkins, 22, Copeland Drive, Hinesville - DUI/less safe, failure to maintain lane, suspended license.
Statesboro Police Department
THE FORUM - A woman reported her car had been egged.
GEORGIA AVENUE - A woman said her estranged husband kicked her door.
WAL-MART SUPERCENTER - A person was arrested for shoplifting $65 worth of clothes.
WILDWOOD CIRCLE - A woman was taken for evaluation after striking her mother and threatening her with a broken bottle. No injuries were reported.
Bulloch County Sheriff's Office
PINE INN ESTATES - A man reported a pistol had been stolen from a van.
FAIR ROAD - A deputy tried to stop a vehicle traveling too slowly for ¾ of a mile. When he activated his blue lights, the driver of the car continued, traveling into both lanes, then into the northbound turn lane, where he met with heavy oncoming traffic. The car eventually slowed and the driver jumped out, leaving it in gear. He ran as he tried to pull his pants up, while the car jumped a curb before stopping. A passenger was detained, but the driver fled. A free-air sniff by K-9 Max indicated the presence illegal drugs, and deputies smelled burned marijuana, but no drugs were found.
KIWANIS OGEECHEE FAIR - A man arguing with an Amusements of America ride operator was found to be intoxicated. He had his children with him. He agreed to go home with his wife but instead started a disturbance at the Kiwanis office. He was arrested.
LILAC LANE - A man said a woman texted him messages threatening to send people to assault him. The woman said she did so because the man was harassing her. Both were told to leave each other alone.
CREEKSIDE DRIVE - A man reported someone cut off his surveillance camera and stole items from his home.
HIGHWAY 80 EAST - A man told deputies he heard gunshots, went outside to see what was going on and saw a car on Ivanhoe Road. It slowly turned onto Highway 80, and he yelled "Hey" at the car. Then he saw a person walking, and the people in the car yelled curse words at him and fired shots at him. He said he heard bullets whistling past. The people in the car told the person walking to get into the car, which he did, and they left. Deputies recovered shell casings.
BARTLETT DRIVE - A woman heard a noise and grabbed her pistol as she dialed 911. A white male in a dirty T-shirt and jeans came out of her bedroom. She chambered a round and ordered him to put his hands up, but he fled out the door, and she fired a shot at him. An effort to locate him with a tracking dog was unsuccessful.
OAKFIELD DRIVE - A woman said her boyfriend became enraged about a Snapchat message she received and threw her on a bed, beating her. She said he dragged her to her mother's car and hit her on the head. The man said he was defending himself against her attacking him with a remote control, striking him in the face. Witnesses stated the man was the aggressor.
Georgia Southern University Police
Officers issued two traffic citations and three traffic warnings and assisted six motorists.
BULLOCH CENTRAL 911 REPORTS
Law Enforcement Agencies
Brooklet Police Department - two calls Friday, five calls Saturday and one call Sunday.
Bulloch County Sheriff's Office - 13 calls Friday, 22 calls Saturday and 16 calls Sunday.
Candler County Sheriff's Office - three calls Friday, five calls Saturday and four calls Sunday.
Claxton Police Department - three calls Friday, one call Saturday and two calls Sunday.
Evans County Sheriff's Office - three calls Friday, seven calls Saturday and four calls Sunday.
Georgia State Patrol - five calls Friday, eight calls Saturday and four calls Sunday.
Georgia Southern University Police - one call Friday.
Metter Police Department - one call Friday, eight calls Saturday and four calls Sunday.
Portal Police Department - one call Friday.
Statesboro Police Department - 31 calls Friday, 41 calls Saturday and 32 calls Sunday.
Bulloch County Fire Department - one call Friday and five calls Sunday.
Statesboro Fire Department - three calls Friday, six calls Saturday and three calls Sunday.
Metter Fire Department - two calls Sunday.
Evans County Fire & Rescue - one call Friday and one call Saturday.
Georgia Forestry Commission/Bulloch - one call Saturday and one call Sunday.
Georgia Forestry Commission/Evans - one call Saturday.
Emergency Medical Services
Bulloch County EMS - two accident calls, two first-responder calls, one rescue call and 24 medical calls Friday; two accident calls, one first-responder call, two rescue calls and 28 medical calls Saturday; and one accident call, two first-responder calls and 21 medical calls Sunday.
Candler County EMS - five medical calls Friday, five medical calls Saturday and five medical calls Sunday.
Evans County EMS -three medical calls Friday; one accident call, one first-responder call and one medical call Saturday; and one first-responder call and six medical calls Sunday.
Calls to Other Agencies
911 hang-ups - 54 calls Friday, 59 calls Saturday and 46 calls Sunday.
Air Evac - one call Friday, one call Saturday and one call Sunday.
Bryan County 911 - one call Sunday.
Bulloch County Humane Enforcement - one call Friday and one call Saturday.
Emanuel County 911 - one call Friday, three calls Saturday and three calls Sunday.
Screven County 911 - one call Friday.
Tattnall County 911 - one call Friday and one call Saturday.
- compiled by Holli Deal Saxon