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
Edgar Andre Dukes, 49, Mary Street, Waycross — suspended license, no insurance.
Frank Junior Jenkins, 24, Wren Street, Swainsboro — theft by deception.
David Jacob Johnson, 19, Park Avenue — theft by shoplifting.
Marquis Xavier Brown, 20, The Connection Apartments — marijuana possession.
Shalondae Jessica Stevens, 18, Bruce Groover Road — theft by shoplifting.
Doriane Velvet Alston, 21, University Pointe Apartments — suspended license, headlights violation.
Garrett Alan Brewer, 21, Forest Way — DUI, following too closely.
Donovan Jamal Jones, 25, Hwy. 67 — simple battery (family violence).
Kotori Ceceil Spillers, 22, River Run Drive, Dacula — criminal trespass.
Bulloch County Sheriff’s Officet
Gregory James Brinson, 33, Eagle Heights Apartments — trafficking in cocaine, illegal drugs, marijuana or methamphetamine; possession of a schedule II controlled substance; conspiracy to commit a felony; use of communications facility in commission of a felony involving controlled substances; possession of drug-related objects; marijuana possession.
Deamante Christopher Brown, 23, Dresden Drive, Martinez — obstruction.
Lateesha Karmelle Cain, 28, Hopetown Court East, Savannah — marijuana possession.
Billy Marshall, 55, Pecan Grove Road, Portal — driving without a license, expired registration, no brake lights or working tail lights.
Christopher Valante Reese, 20, Plantation Pointe Drive — conspiracy to commit a felony, use of communications facility in the commission of a felony involving controlled substances.
Jeffrey Michael Stuart, 42, U.S. 301 North — pedestrian under the influence.
Michael Lamar Brinson, 20, Institute Street — disorderly conduct, obstruction.
Allison Louise Harry, 19, Holly Trace Lane, Ballground — second offense possession of a fraudulent ID.
Austin Tyler Horton, 27, Tucker Road, Claxton — violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act.
Octavius Tuvache James, 18, East Main Street — purchase, sale, distribution or manufacture pf marijuana; felony probation violation.
David Marshall Proctor, 23, Saddle Horn Run, Hephzibah — giving false information.
Statesboro Police Department
GNAT’S LANDING — Two men were involved in a fight, but when police arrived, each signed a waiver of prosecution.
SAV-A-LOT — A man was caught shoplifting a $3 sausage. He concealed the item and was arrested.
EAST JONES AVENUE — A man reported damage to his vehicle when a transformer exploded and a power line dropped over the car. Also, the transformer fell, and caused damage to the Throne of David Church parking lot. The series of events was caused by a tractor trailer striking a power pole elsewhere, according to Georgia Power, reports stated.
Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
CIRCLE DRIVE — A woman said an unknown caller left a message that “she would take her son to school and he would take care of it.”
LANIER DRIVE — A man harassed investigators as they handled a separate case, shouting obscenities at them. He was arrested.
Georgia Southern University Police
Officers issued three traffic citations and four traffic warning, as well as assisted three motorists.
BULLOCH COUNTY 911 CALLS
Brooklet Police — no calls.
Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office — eight calls.
Candler County Sheriff’s Office — four calls.
Claxton Police — one call.
Evans County Sheriff’s Office — one call.
Georgia State Patrol — two calls.
Georgia Southern University Police — no calls.
Metter Police — three calls.
Portal Police — no calls.
Register Police — no calls.
Statesboro Police — 31 calls.
Bulloch County Fire Department — no calls.
Statesboro Fire Department — four calls.
Metter Fire Department — one calls.
Emergency Medical Services
Bulloch County EMS — one accident call, 19 medical calls.
Candler County EMS — five medical calls.
Evans County EMS — three medical calls.
Calls to other agencies
911 hang-ups — 50 calls.
— compiled by Holli Deal Saxon