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Police Report, 3-23-16: An inmate was charged after damaging a shower head at the jail.
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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

Jonathan Jeneral Morgan, 22, North Easy Street - first-degree felony burglary.
Jed Oneydika Chukwy Nwankwoh, 22, Legend Hollow Drive, Powder Springs - failure to yield, marijuana possession.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Office
Lirone Bernard Martin, 41, Stiles Inn - public intoxication.
Jamonica Sade Rivers, 20, Pineland Avenue, Hinesville - bench warrant.
Jennifer Regina Williams, 32, Johnson Street - failure to maintain lane, driving without a valid license.
Nathaniel Tolbert, 43, Pamela Way - failure to maintain lane, suspended license.

Georgia Southern University Police
Irwing Smith, 22, South Main Street - suspended license, stop sign violation.
Harry Cone, 31, Railroad Street, Brooklet - DUI, habitual violator.

Statesboro Police Department

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB - A former member left a suspicious message on the club's Facebook page.
PARK PLACE APARTMENTS - A woman said her live-in boyfriend hit and pushed her.
GATA'S BAR AND GRILL - A man said another man punched him in the face.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Office
DEER RUN COURT - A woman who has legal custody of her granddaughter reported the child's mother has been threatening her via text messages.
BULLOCH COUNTY JAIL - A male inmate was charged with criminal trespass after damaging a shower head.
BULLOCH COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - A man said an attorney told his attorney that her client said she wanted to kill him, his brother and herself. He was advised to file a report of the perceived threat.
SEA PINES APARTMENTS - A woman said she didn't want to press charges but sought medical attention from EMS due to an injured wrist. She said a man grabbed her during an argument and hurt her.
HIGHWAY 80 EAST - A man said his wife told him a man tried to break into their home. He arrived home and photographed the truck with his cellphone and then chased the fleeing suspect at speeds that reached 100 mph, he said. His wife said the man approached and opened her door, and she yelled at him to leave. He said he was offering lawncare services and had tools in his truck, a white Chevrolet. He was a white male, around 120 pounds, with dark hair.
GROOVER OLD MILL ROAD - A man reported a break-in in which someone ransacked the home and kicked in a door but took nothing.
LANGSTON CHAPEL ROAD - A man said he paid another man for a dog, but "not in the way the suspect wanted to be paid." He suspects the offender took both the dog and a boat from his yard, he said.
PRATHER ROAD - A man reported his home and shed had been burglarized, with a hat, leaf blower and pliers stolen and his home ransacked. A witness reported seeing a white Chevrolet truck driving recklessly in the area earlier.

Georgia Southern University Police
Officers issued no traffic citations and one traffic warning and assisted three motorists.

Reports unavailable Tuesday due to technical issues at the 911 office.

- compiled by Holli Deal Saxon