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Police report, 10/3/19
Someone told police a man “called around to multiple hair salons about getting a six year old girl’s hair done,” but could not give the child’s mother’s name.
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Note:  Arrest information, including spelling of names and addresses, is taken from Bulloch County Jail reports. Incident information comes from reports by agencies indicated. These are public records available for review at the respective local law enforcement agencies. Not every arrest leads to a conviction. Guilt or innocence is determined by the court system.



Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office

Ralph Mixon, 58, Ogeechee Road, Sylvania – suspended license.

Richard Joshua Rogers, 33, Augusta Road, Garfield – wanted person (Coweta County).


Statesboro Police Department

Tahimir Rashawn Page, 18, Chandler Road – false statements or writings, obstruction.


Georgia State Patrol Post 45

Gerald Wyles Salter, 29, Painter’s Alley, Pembroke – possession of less than an ounce of marijuana; delivery, manufacturing or distribution of marijuana; possession/use of a drug related object; possession of a knife or firearm during commission of felonies.


Department of Community Supervision

Timothy James Hall, 28, Wesleyan Drive, Savannah- felony probation violation.



Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office

WESTBROOKE COURT – A man told deputies he was upstairs and heard his girlfriend fighting with her children’s father. He said he heard yelling and the woman being “thrown around.” He said he left the home to call for help.

When deputies arrived, the woman said she had been asleep with the kids and never had an altercation with their father. She allowed deputies to search the home for where the father was allegedly hiding, and he was not there. The woman also showed no signs of a struggle. She told deputies her boyfriend had been acting strangely, that she suspected illegal drug use and was making arrangements for him to leave.

STILSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL –Deputies responded to a complaint from a woman who claimed another woman, with whom she had a history of conflict, blocked her truck while waiting in the line to pick up students. This led to a verbal exchange about the matters they have been arguing over, which reports did not reveal.

HWY. 301 SOUTH/EPHESUS CHURCH ROAD –Deputies responded to a dispute between a man, his son’s mother and his current girlfriend. After hearing conflicting stories, deputies gave them advice on seeking warrants.

ARCOLA ROAD – A woman told deputies her son, diagnosed with several mental illnesses,  claimed he was adopted and threatened to kill her if she stopped him from meeting is new mother. The son told deputies the same story, and said his video game avatar would “do something bad” to anyone who tried to stop him from meeting his new mother. He said his real mother locked him out of his room and would not allow him to play video games. Deputies determined he was not taking a new medication he had been prescribed. The son refused to be transported to a hospital for evaluation.


Statesboro Police Department

SOUTH COLLEGE STREET – A person wanted on outstanding warrants fled when police approached, but officers apprehended and arrested the person. The wanted person was taken to the hospital and medically cleared before being taken to jail.

SOUTH EDGEWOOD DRIVE – Someone complained of harassing communications.

SOUTH MAIN STREET – A man reported damage by a tenant to a motel room.

In a separate call. A woman reported damage to her car’s back glass.

BRANNEN STREET- A woman returned home to find a glass door shattered.

LYDIA LANE – Officers responded to a reported domestic dispute that did not involve an arrest.

CEDARWOOD GNETS PROGRAM – Officers responded to the school on Donnie Simmons Way for a call about someone disrupting class, but the school handled the incident internally.

GENTILLY PLACE – Someone told police a man “called around to multiple hair salons about getting a six year old girl’s hair done,” but could not give the child’s mother’s name.

BELK –Two juveniles were caught shoplifting Calvin Klein underwear and bras, valued at $226. Each was charged with shoplifting. One juvenile gave a false date of birth and was charged with giving false information. They were turned over to guardians.

CHANDLER ROAD – A woman claimed another pushed her in the face while she retrieved property from a car.

Another person told police someone damaged a mirror in her car so that it will no longer lock in place.

MARKET 100 – A woman said she locked herself in her room after a dispute with her roommate that she feared would become physical.

NORTH MAIN STREET – A man and woman told police they were engaged in a verbal dispute.


Georgia Southern University Police

Officers issued five traffic citations, no traffic warnings and assisted five motorists Tuesday.

RUSSELL UNION – Officers are actively investigating a theft.

RECREATION ACTIVITY CENTER – Someone reported an entering auto in the parking lot. The investigation is ongoing.

KNIGHT DRIVE –Bulloch County Sheriff’s deputies assisted GSU police with a sick person call.




Law Enforcement

Brooklet Police Department – one call.

Bulloch Sheriff’s Office – 22 calls.

Candler Sheriff’s Office – three calls.

Claxton Police Department – three calls.

Evans County Sheriff’s Department – three calls.

Georgia State Patrol – seven calls.

Georgia Southern University Police –one call.

Metter Police Department – four calls.

Portal Police Department – one call.

Statesboro Police Department- 32 calls.


Fire Departments

Statesboro Fire Department - four calls.

Metter Fire Department – one call.


Other Agencies

911 hang-ups – 54 calls.

Bulloch Humane Enforcement – one call.

Screven County 911 – two calls.

Tattnall County 911 - one call.

Chatham County 911 – one call.

Emergency medical dispatches – eight calls.


Emergency Medical Service

Bulloch County EMS –two accident calls, four first responder calls, 25 medical calls.

Candler County EMS – five medical calls

Evans County 911 – two medical calls.


- compiled by Holli Deal Saxon