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Police report, 10/8/19
A woman said someone posing as the CFO of her company persuaded her to put money on a gift card and then give him the information to access it.
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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.

 

ARRESTS/CITATIONS

Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office

James Landon Alderman, 18, Stonebrook Way – entering auto, loitering/prowling.

Jacob Thomas Pevey, 17, Broomstraw Trace, Ellabell – entering auto, loitering/prowling.

Alexus Nichole Taylor, 22, Chandler Road – two counts of perjury, two counts of false acknowledgements, statements.

Gavin Lamond Littles, 27, Martin Swinson Road, Ellabell – entering auto, loitering/prowling.

Charlene Danielle Mobley, 26, East Grady Avenue, Lyons – possession of less than an ounce of marijuana; felony tampering with evidence, sale of Schedule I or II controlled substances.

Jeffrey Kevin Sheffield, 31, Dry Branch Village – battery/family violence.

Cory Raymond Spann, 21, Pretoria Rushing Road – laying drag, suspended license.

Edward Nathan Turner, 28, Canoochee Road, Twin City – probation violation.

Raymond Scott Williams, 31, Old River Road North – felony theft by receiving stolen property, no insurance.

 

Statesboro Police Department

Cynthia Cheree Summers, 40, Lanier Road – wanted person (Tattnall County).

 

Michael Wyman Owen, 38, Lanier Drive –parole violation.

Jaqueline Marquis Brice, 21, Lanier Drive – tag lights violation, suspended license.

Enajah Mezmeriahjade Day, 25, Abercorn Street, Savannah – suspended license, headlights violation.

Shomar Devonte Gholston, 23, Gary Street – entering auto.

William Anderson Goodwin, 19, Statesboro Place Circle – criminal trespass, obstruction, pedestrian under the influence, possession of a fraudulent ID (second or subsequent offense), underage possession of alcohol.

Desarae Lee Mikell. 36, Van Buren Street – illegal possession of hydrocodone.

Dustin Alan Robinson, 29, Grady Johnson Road –DUI/refused test, pedestrian must not dart out in traffic, hit and run, suspended license.

Joshua Tiwan Smith, 33, President Circle – criminal trespass.

Samyia Nytisha Smith, 27, Lanier Drive – suspended license.

Andrew Martin Stovall, 22, Stambuk Lane – DUI/less safe, hit and run.

David Ray Bozeman, 33, Broad Street – criminal trespass.

Kendell Deshawn Flournoy, 25, Seventh Street, Swainsboro – felony bench warrant, giving false information.

Tillman Weeks Geriner, 21, Wiley Bottom Road, Savannah – DUI/less safe, failure to yield after stop sign.

Ausha Alexandria Gordon, 27, Simpsontown Road, Newington – bench warrant.

 

Georgia Southern University Police

Kiarra Janeece Lovett, 20, Freedom’s Landing – harassing communications.

 

Georgia State Patrol Post 45

Richard Terrell Raymond, 33, Norwood Avenue, Swainsboro – DUI/less safe, driving without a valid license, headlights violation.

Michael Demetrius Hobbs, 33, Sinkhole Road – possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.

 

 

Michael Stuart Boardman, 23, Hwy. 301 South – speeding, tag light violation, suspended license, DUI.

Santaveus Lamarcus Everett, 27, Pintail Lane – speeding, stop sign violation, DUI, cocaine possession with intent to distribute, possession/use of drug related objects, suspended license, suspended registration, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

Robert Jacob Foskey, 23, Snell Bridge Road, East Dublin – speeding, DUI.

Joshua Emmanuel Davis, 18, Glazebrook Avenue – failure to yield when entering roadway, DUI/less safe/drugs, failure to maintain lane.

Tommy Joe Young, 30. B&K Drive, Liberty – cocaine possession; no insurance; improper lane use; failure to change license information in 60 days; driving an unauthorized vehicle with red or amber lights; DUI/less safe; speeding; driving in the wrong side of the roadway; stop sign violation; hit and run; failure to maintain lane.

 

 

 

INCIDENTS

 

Statesboro Police Department

SAV-A-LOT- Warrants were issued for a person who allegedly shoplifted a ribeye steak and pack of bacon totaling over $15.

VAN BUREN/ELM STREETS – Police responded to a dispute where a man said another threatened him.

PINEWOOD MANOR – A woman said her ex-boyfriend struck her during an argument. She was given information on seeking warrants.

ARCH WAY/McDONALD’S – Police responded to a call about two employees fighting. The primary aggressor was gone upon arrival.

BRAMPTON AVENUE – A woman said someone posing as the CFO of her company persuaded her to put money on a gift card and then give him the information to access it.

JEWEL DRIVE – Someone reported $575 cash stolen from a shoe box.

VARIOUS LOCATIONS – Friday through Sunday, police investigated 16 automobile accidents.

 

Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office

BRANNEN STREET – A woman said a man, unhappy with the status of a Social Security claim, threatened to come to the office with a .22 caliber firearm loaded with hollow points. Statesboro police and FBI were made aware of the incident.

PAMELA WAY MINI STORAGE – A man said someone broke into his storage unit and stole shoes and clothes.

CANTERBURY PLACE – Several males were arrested regarding entering auto and prowling incidents.

EDWARD HITT’S WRECKING YARD –A woman paid the owner $200 by check for releasing the vehicle of a man that was towed due to traffic and insurance violations. The woman canceled the check after the car owner failed to pay her back. Deputies told her she was responsible for the tow bill, since she voluntarily paid it by check, and could take the car owner to court for reimbursement.

CLAY ROAD – Deputies responded to a domestic dispute over suspicions that someone had drug paraphernalia. There was no evidence of drug-related objects at the scene.

 

Georgia Southern University Police

Friday through Sunday, officers issued four traffic citations, four traffic warnings and assisted five motorists.

CENTENNIAL PLACE – A person was judicially referred to university authorities for discipline over marijuana possession. The student was not criminally charged.

In a separate case, a student was judicially referred, but not criminally charged, with a drug violation.

SOUTHERN COURTYARD – Police are investigating a theft.

Also, a student was judicially referred to university authorities for discipline over a noise/alcohol violation.

FREEDOM’S LANDING – Officers are investigating a theft by deception case.

Also, on two separate occasions, someone reported a suspicious person.

CONE HALL – Someone reported a suspicious person.

EAGLE VILLAGE – A student was judicially referred for an alcohol violation.

 

BULLOCH 911 REPORTS

Law Enforcement

Brooklet Police Department– two calls Friday, one call Sunday.

Bulloch Sheriff’s Office – 23 calls Friday, 28 calls Saturday. 18 calls Sunday.

Candler Sheriff’s Office – 11 calls Friday, nine calls Saturday, six calls Sunday.

Claxton Police Department – one call Friday, two calls Saturday, four calls Sunday.

Evans County Sheriff’s Office – 13 calls Friday, eight calls Saturday, three calls Sunday.

Georgia State Patrol – 12 calls Friday, eight calls Saturday, four calls Sunday.

Georgia Southern University Police – one call Friday, three calls Saturday, one call Sunday.  

Metter Police Department – six calls Friday, five calls Saturday, three calls Sunday.

Portal Police Department – three calls Friday, one call Sunday.

Statesboro Police Department – 31 calls Friday, 27 calls Saturday, 33 calls Sunday.

 

Fire Departments

Bulloch County Fire Department – two calls Friday, three calls Sunday.

Statesboro Fire Department – one call Friday, three calls Saturday, two calls Sunday.

Metter Fire Department – one call Friday, two calls Saturday, two calls Sunday.

Georgia Forestry Commission/Bulloch – one call Friday.

 

 

Other Agencies

911 hang-ups – 55 calls Friday, 45 calls Saturday, 38 calls Sunday.

Bryan County 911 – two calls Friday, one call Sunday.

Effingham County 911 – one call Friday, one call Sunday.

Emanuel County 911 – one call Friday, one call Sunday.

Jenkins County 911 – one call Friday, one call Sunday.

Tattnall County 911 – one call Sunday.

Emergency medical dispatches – six calls Friday, 12 calls Saturday, 14 calls Sunday.

 

Emergency Medical Service

Bulloch County EMS/Friday – two accident calls, five first responder calls, 29 medical calls.

Bulloch County EMS/Saturday – three accident calls, four first responder calls, 25 medical calls.

Bulloch County EMS/Sunday – three accident calls, five first responder calls, 30 medical calls.

    

Candler County EMS/Friday – one accident call, five medical calls

Candler County EMS/Saturday – one accident call, one first responder call, four medical calls.

Candler County EMS/Sunday – one accident call, five medical calls.

 

Evans County EMS/Friday – one first responder call, five medical calls.

Evans County EMS/Saturday – nine medical calls.

Evans County EMS/Sunday – no calls.

 

  - compiled by Holli Deal Saxon