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.
Arrests made Friday through Sunday will be published Tuesday. Arrests listed here were made the previous week.
Candler County Sheriff’s Office
Roberto Perez, 27, Metter — driving while unlicensed, DUI, open container, giving false information.
Justin Paul Lloyd, 45, Baker, Fla., — suspended license, speeding.
Trevor Riley Raburn, 20, Metter — criminal trespass.
Ashley Blake Fulmer, 31, Metter — parole violation.
Christy Nicole Sheffield-Harden, 23, Metter —probation violation.
Elizabeth A. Shinaberry, 63, Metter — crossing guard lines with alcohol, drugs or weapons.
Basilio Resendez-Hernandez, 62, Metter — driving while unlicensed.
Portal Police Department
Sharon Franks Smith, 51, Pioneer Trail, Portal — theft by shoplifting, obstruction.
Incidents occurring Friday through Sunday will be published Tuesday. Reports listed here were made the previous week.
Candler County Sheriff’s Department
HIGHWAY 46 — Deputies responded to a reported criminal trespass involving a vehicle.
Deputies also investigated a littering incident.
LAKE CHURCH ROAD — Someone reported a theft.
HIGHWAY 57 — Deputies responded to a theft.
HIAWATHA STREET — An inmate was found to have drugs, weapons or alcohol.
Also, investigators responded to a reported probation violation and a sexual exploitation of children case at the same address.
Metter Police Department
SOUTH LEWIS STREET — Someone reported a burglary.
Officers also investigated a theft at another location.
In a separate incident at a different location, police investigated reports of sexual battery.
NORTH TERRELL STREET — Officers investigated an entering auto case.
Bulloch County Animal Shelter
Surrendered by citizens — seven dogs and five cats from rural areas; one dog and three cats from City of Statesboro.
Collected by humane officers — three dogs and eight cats from rural areas; one dog and three cats from City of Statesboro.
Adopted from shelter — 10 dogs and three cats.
Taken in by rescue organizations — three dogs and no cats.
Reclaimed by owners — six dogs and five cats.
Died at shelter — one cat.
Euthanized — two dogs (one aggressive, one due to space) and 27 cats (upper respiratory illness, or feral).
Fees collected — $560.
Animals in shelter — 56 dogs and 61 cats.
— compiled by Holli Deal Saxon