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Police Report, 3-11-17: A man said a woman hit him with a spatula and shattered his trucks window.
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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.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Office

Christy Darlene Hubbard, 40, Dry Branch Village - simple battery (family violence), criminal trespass, obstruction or hindrance of a firefighter.
Ronnie Justin Smith, 33, John Heath Road - felony probation violation, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon or first offender, possession of drug-related objects.

Statesboro Police Department
Latrice Denise Burns, 23, Jacob Street, Sylvania - theft by shoplifting.
Douglas Robert Gordy, 45, Beardsville Road, Sylvania - aggravated stalking.
Julia Ann Meddings, 41, Robert L. Reed Road - theft by shoplifting.
Zackary Russell Nowell, 23, Gentilly Road - theft by shoplifting.
Hillary Nicole Bragg, 20, Hidden Hills Road, Metter - theft by conversion, obstruction.
Tangya Schantay Simpkins, 50, Len Tenner Court - begging/soliciting.

Georgia Southern University Police
Tyler John Neidhardt, 21, Thompkin Drive - DUI, headlights violation.
Paul O'Neal Whitman, 19, Southern Pines Apartments - possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

Georgia State Patrol Post 45
Solomon Alexander Crawford, 25, Crystal Lane, Douglasville - DUI/less safe, speeding.
Donnie Arastus Gay, 21, Booster Boulevard - DUI/less safe, headlight violation, failure to maintain lane.
Gary Curtis Hamon, 61, Fletcher Drive - DUI/less safe, open container, suspended license.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Office

TIMBERLAND POINTE - A woman said a man refused to return her child, even though he is not on the birth certificate and the child is not legitimized. He violated their verbal agreement about custody of the child, she said. Deputies spoke to the man, who agreed to make arrangements to return the child.
ANTIQUE ALLEY - A woman responded to a work-at-home ad in which she would collect money from clients and send it to her "boss." She had to deposit the checks into her own account and then send the money - which she did, then discovered she was victim of a scam.
GREAT DANE - An employee who had been terminated came to the business, seeking a separation notice. He was refused and ordered to leave, but he did not, so someone called deputies. The woman he spoke with asked that he be served with a criminal trespass warning.
NOTTINGHAM ROAD - A woman reported the theft of a purple and black Ruger .380 LCP pistol.
SAM HENDRIX ROAD - A man said he has permission to tend to property and was plowing the fields when a woman approached him with a shotgun and said he did not have the right to be there. He argued that he did have permission from an heir to tend the land. He told deputies that the woman has approached him several times with the gun and he feels threatened. Deputies told him a report would be made but that it is a civil matter that needs to be settled in court.
DELUXE INN - A woman was inside a room when something shattered a window.
BURKHALTER MOBILE HOME PARK - A man called deputies when he noticed someone had broken into his house (pry marks on a back door) and had attempted to steal his TV (coaxial cable disconnected).
DRY BRANCH VILLAGE - A man said a woman hit him with a spatula and shattered his truck's window with a large piece of wood. The argument started when the man went to his wife's work to tell her that he had just lost his job. She became angry and followed him home, where she struck him and damaged the truck. Deputies arrested her after she was dishonest, denying she left work to go home.
HARVEY WILSON ROAD - A woman said her live-in boyfriend of 20 years had texted her all day, threatening to beat her when she got home. She told deputies she did not want to go home if he was there. The man was angry when deputies arrived and told them he did not call them and that they had no reason to be there. Family members talked him into leaving for the night, since the woman had no place to go.
RACCOON KEY DRIVE - A woman called deputies when a man became angry after finding a phone number in her purse.

Statesboro Police Department
EAST JONES AVENUE - A woman said an unknown person rummaged through her home.
EAST MAIN STREET - A woman said another woman pushed her.
STATESBORO HIGH SCHOOL - Two juveniles were arrested for affray (fighting) and disruption of a public school.
WAL-MART SUPERCENTER - A woman was arrested for switching tags on $64 worth of clothing to get lower prices.
    In a separate incident, someone failed to pay for $9 worth of food and $104 worth of clothing.
RUCKER LANE - A man told police that his roommate dumped trash on his bed.
FAIR ROAD - A woman who has a history of begging and soliciting was arrested after approaching people at Flash Foods to ask for money.

Georgia Southern University Police
Officers issued no traffic citations or warnings and assisted three motorists.

Law Enforcement Agencies

Brooklet Police Department - three calls.
Bulloch County Sheriff's Office - 23 calls.
Candler County Sheriff's Office - three calls.
Claxton Police Department - one call.
Evans County Sheriff's Office -eight calls.
Georgia State Patrol - seven calls.
Georgia Southern University Police - three calls.
Metter Police Department - three calls.
Portal Police Department - one call.
Statesboro Police Department - 36 calls.

Fire Departments
Bulloch County Fire Department - five calls.
Statesboro Fire Department - five calls.
Georgia Forestry Commission/Bulloch - one call.

Emergency Medical Services
Bulloch County EMS - four accident calls, one coroner call, one fire call, two first-responder calls and 23 medical calls.
Candler County EMS - five medical calls.
Evans County EMS - three medical calls.

Calls to Other Agencies
911 hang-ups - 39 calls.
Air Evac - two calls.
Bryan County 911 - one call.

- compiled by Holli Deal Saxon