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Police Report, 11-29-16: A man found someone had run over his boat trailer, totaling it.
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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

Ira Junior Hendrix, 40, Blue Moon Crossing, Pooler - bench warrant.
Kevin Jamail James, 23, Lanier Drive - battery (family violence).
Kameron Joseph Knight, 21, Lanier Drive - DUI, failure to maintain lane, license restriction violation.
Roderick Lamont Lowery, 41, Sandhill Lane, Sylvania - suspended license.
Mealvine Smith, 54, West Main Street - entering auto, third-degree arson, second-degree criminal damage to property, cocaine possession, giving false information, possession of drug paraphernalia.
Cedrick Quintez Wilkerson, 27, Bruce Groover Road - giving false information, failure to obey a traffic device, driving without a license.
Taylor Marie Butler, 21, Marvin Avenue - simple battery (family violence), criminal trespass.
Elio Galicia, 23, Ellis Road - public intoxication.
Sierra Whitney Harn, 18, Harn Drive, Pembroke - theft by shoplifting.
Diana Joseph, 22, NW 115th Street, Miami, Fla. - obstruction.
Shannon Eugene Manley, 40, Eldora Road, Ellabell - battery, criminal trespass.
Randy Lee Swinson, 53, Pamela Way - battery, disorderly conduct.
Deniece Shanell Townsend, 18, Donnie Simmons Way - felony theft by conversion.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Office
Perry Edward Driggers, 53, Highway 80 East - aggravated battery, first-degree cruelty to children, third-degree cruelty to children, simple battery (family violence), disorderly conduct, DUI/less safe.
Jamaine Torrance, 20, Pioneer Trail, Portal - cocaine possession; manufacture, sale, purchase or distribution of marijuana.
Angela Marie Wade, 37, Burkhalter Road - obstruction.
Bradley Dwayne Wade, 39, Burkhalter Road - possession of a firearm by a convicted felon or first offender.
Ronny Williams, 55, Johnson Street - possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of drug-related objects.

Georgia Southern University Police
Renald Jones, 21, Proctor Street - driving without a valid license, driving on the wrong size of the road, improper center lane use.

Georgia State Patrol Post 45
Terry Clifton, 51, Morris Street - speeding, DUI.
 Bobby Eugene Howard, 54, Kathryn Street, Wylie, Texas - DUI/less safe, open container, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of drug-related objects.
Rosalaca Ann Johnson, 18, Richmond Hill Road, Augusta - driving without a license, headlights violation.

Statesboro Police Department

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER - A woman was arrested after concealing in her purse $178 worth of office equipment, $4 worth of food and $5 worth of "other property."
    In a separate incident, someone told store employees and police that another person stole a $150 electric razor.
    Another incident was reported in which a person was arrested for theft by conversion for stealing $7,000 worth of gift cards.
    In yet another incident, a man walked out while pushing a cart filled with two TVs worth $487 each.
KMART - A woman was arrested for shoplifting $25 worth of clothing, $6 worth of Christmas ornaments, ornament hooks priced at around $1, a $14 pregnancy test and a $3 food item.
DONALDSON STREET - Officers responded to a reported fight, but one party fled before they arrived.
WESTWOOD NURSING CENTER - A resident struck another person in the face with his fist.
NORTHSIDE DRIVE EAST - The manager of a store in the 1200 block said a person stole $450 from him in an uncompleted transaction. Reports did not list the store name.
GNAT'S LANDING - An unruly and intoxicated man was arrested after becoming belligerent with officers and refusing to leave.
JOHNSON STREET - A man said his girlfriend's family members, acting from an earlier argument, barged into his house and beat him. The man was treated at the hospital after being transported by EMS.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Office
OLD RIVER ROAD NORTH - A woman reported receiving unwanted text messages from another woman who would not stop contacting her. She showed screen shots of the texts to deputies.
COUNTRY CLUB ROAD - A woman who works with mentally handicapped students at a local college called deputies when one of her students spotted her car at her house and knocked on the door to her home. She said that students are not supposed to know where she lives, and while she felt the student meant no harm, she did not want him there.
RUSHING ROAD - A man said someone who he suspects is a former girlfriend is sending him unwanted texts.
PORTER ROAD - A man said he posted "no trespassing" signs on his property, but members of a hunting club are ignoring the signs. He said they drive recklessly at high speeds, and he is concerned for children on his property.
HIGHWAY 80 EAST - A man who has hunting rights to a woman's property showed her trail camera video of someone running on her land.
WILLIAMS LANDING - A man said he returned from boating and found that someone had apparently run over his boat trailer, totaling it, as it was hitched to his truck.
PAMELA WAY - A young girl was acting unruly and causing problems because her father had just been arrested. She cursed and disobeyed deputies, who arrested her. The Department of Juvenile Justice ordered her returned to her mother, but her mother did not pick her up, claiming she had no ride when jail employees called her twice. The girl waited at the jail until her father bonded out, and she was turned over to him.
BRANNEN FARM ROAD - A woman said that a man she knows stole a weed eater. The man entered her home when she was gone, but her juvenile daughter saw him and told him her mother was in town.
BURKHALTER ROAD - Deputies responded to a domestic argument and arrested a man who had a gun but is prohibited from doing so because he is a convicted felon.
PIONEER TRAIL - A woman said her boyfriend slashed her tires during a dispute about relationship issues. He denied doing so.

Georgia Southern University Police
Officers issued seven traffic citations and 10 traffic warnings and assisted two motorists.

Law Enforcement Agencies

Brooklet Police Department - one call Friday and one call Sunday.
Bulloch County Sheriff's Office - 20 calls Friday, 17 calls Saturday and 19 calls Sunday.
Candler County Sheriff's Office - six calls Friday, six calls Saturday and seven calls Sunday.
Claxton Police Department - one call Friday, one call Saturday and one call Sunday.
Evans County Sheriff's Office - two calls Friday, two calls Saturday and six calls Sunday.
Georgia State Patrol - nine calls Friday, five calls Saturday and eight calls Sunday.
Metter Police Department - four calls Friday, two calls Saturday and one call Sunday.
Portal Police Department - one call Friday and three calls Saturday.
Statesboro Police Department - 27 calls Friday, 30 calls Saturday and 28 calls Sunday.

Fire Departments
Bulloch County Fire Department - three calls Friday and two calls Sunday.
 Statesboro Fire Department - two calls Friday, three calls Saturday and three calls Sunday.
Metter Fire Department - three calls Friday, one call Saturday and two calls Sunday.
Claxton Fire Department - one call Friday.
Evans County Fire & Rescue - two calls Friday and one call Saturday.

Emergency Medical Services
Bulloch County EMS - one accident call and 24 medical calls Friday; two first-responder calls, one rescue call and 24 medical calls Saturday; and one accident call, one fire call, one first-responder call and 23 medical calls Sunday.
Candler County EMS - four medical calls Friday, seven medical calls Saturday, and one first-responder call and five medical calls Sunday.
Evans County EMS - one first-responder call and eight medical calls Friday, six medical calls Saturday, and one accident call and two medical calls Sunday.

Calls to Other Agencies
911 hang-ups - 51 calls Friday, 58 calls Saturday and 55 calls Sunday.
Air Evac - one call Saturday and two calls Sunday.
Bryan County 911 - two calls Saturday.
Emanuel County 911 - two calls Friday and one call Sunday.
Tattnall County 911 - two calls Sunday.

- compiled by Holli Deal Saxon