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Police Report - 10-6-12; A woman said $200 cash was stolen from her vehicle.
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    Taharqua Jethro Rembert, 22, Pamela Way — driving under the influence.
    Orlando Santez Rock, 22, Robin Hood Trail — reckless conduct, discharging a firearm near a public highway.
    Terry Jacobs, 50, Bath Edie Road, Hephzibah — open container, possession of drug paraphernalia, marijuana possession.
    Meghan Kimberly Phillips, 20, Pye’s Court, Hephzibah — failure to maintain lane, possession of drug paraphernalia, marijuana possession.
    Demarco Chavez Carter, 18, Georgia Avenue — stop sign violation, marijuana possession.

    THE GRILL — Police arrested two after one fired gunshots and the other was driving while drunk.
    WEST JONES AVENUE — A woman told police a man choked her while she was in bed, but witnesses said the woman was angry that the man charged his cellphone in her house and she pushed him.

    Alistair Daniel Houston, 19, Lakewood Drive, Reidsville — probation violation.
    Eric Allen Johnson, 20, East Main Street — simple assault, obstruction, reckless conduct.
    LeDarion Jarrod Lovett, 21, East Main Street — obstruction, simple assault.

    NEVILS DAISY ROAD — (Nevils) Two 18-year-old men who were trying to stop traffic hid in the woods when a deputy drove past. They were found and admitted having gotten drunk at the Luke Bryan concert in Evans County. They were arrested.
    VETERANS MEMORIAL PARKWAY — (Statesboro) Two men were arrested after trying to run a juvenile driver off the road, then stopping after a near collision. They approached the juvenile and demanded he give “monetary compensation for almost causing the said collision,” reports state. The men were arrested for reckless conduct and simple assault.
    GLEN OAKS DRIVE — (Statesboro) Several entering auto incidents were reported in the area. On this street, one victim reported a driver’s license, Georgia High School Association coach’s pass and credit cards taken after someone shattered a car window.
Another reported the theft of a Stevens eight-shot .22-caliber revolver. A third victim reported $10 stolen, and another man found his checkbook on the ground near his truck. Yet another victim said someone stole a DVD player form a vehicle.
    CECIL CASSEDY ROAD — A stolen car was recovered and believed to be linked to several automobile break-ins and another auto theft.
    WOODRUM ROAD NORTH — (Glen Oaks subdivision) Another victim reported the theft of blank checks, a Glock pistol, Browning rifle, lap top computer and camera.
    WOODRUM ROAD SOUTH — (Glen Oaks subdivision) A woman reported her silver 2003 Dodge Durango stolen, It was later recovered in Augusta.
Another victim reported a car window shattered but nothing missing.
    CHESTNUT OAK DRIVE — (Statesboro) Two victims living on this Glen Oaks street reported vehicles entered, but nothing stolen.
    MORNING DOVE COURT — (Hunter’s Pointe Subdivision) A woman said $200 cash was stolen from her vehicle.
    AKINS POND ROAD — (Statesboro) Keys were taken from a vehicle. Another resident reported the theft of $100 from a car.

    Seat belt citations —none.
    Child restraint citations — none.
    Speeding citations — three.
    Total citations — five.

    Crashes investigated — none. 
    Fatalities reported — none.
    Injuries reported — none.
    Total vehicle stops — 15.
    Seat belt warnings — none.
    Child restraint warnings — none.
    Speeding warnings — seven. 
    Total warnings issued — 10.
    Wanted persons apprehended — none.
    Stolen vehicles recovered — none. 
    Road checks performed — none.
    Motorists assisted — three.
    Miles patrolled — 468. 
    Officers issued two traffic citations Thursday.
    Johnny Ryan Roper, 21, Statesboro, was arrested and charged with public drunkenness, obstruction — misdemeanor, and loitering and prowling.

    Officers wrote one traffic warning, assisted seven motorists Thursday and wrote six parking tickets for improper parking at Paulson Stadium. 
    GARDEN OF THE COASTAL PLAIN — While on patrol, officers discovered two subjects crawling out of nearby woods.  One was arrested.
    FREEDOM’S LANDING — Officers responded to a possible fight in progress.  The individuals involved advised they were “play fighting.”  Three of the subjects were judicially referred to school officials for alcohol violations.
Also, officers responded to Freedom’s Landing in reference to a drug complaint.  Six occupants of the room were judicially referred to school officials for punishment.

Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Thursday:
    Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department — 19 calls.
    Statesboro Police Department — 23 calls.
    Georgia Southern University Police — no calls.
    Georgia State Patrol — four calls.
    Candler County Sheriff’s Department — nine calls.
    Evans County Sheriff’s Department — 12 calls.
    Claxton Police Department — three calls.
Fire Department Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Thursday:
    Statesboro Fire Department — six calls. 
    Bulloch County Volunteer Firefighters — three calls.
    Metter Fire Department — one call.

Emergency Medical Service Reports
    Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Thursday:
    Bulloch County EMS — one accident call and 20 medical calls.
    Candler County EMS — six medical calls.
Evans County EMS — seven medical calls.
    Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Thursday:  a call to the Bulloch County Correctional Institute, three calls to Bulloch County First Responders, and one miscellaneous call.

— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg