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Police Report, 4-14-15: Police responded to a call about a toddler walking down the street alone.
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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
Arrests/citations

Tia L. Jones, 19, Campus Evolution Village - public intoxication.
Juan Hernandez Gonzalez, 24, South Peter Street, Claxton - driving while unlicensed, registration violation.
Julie Lee Nesmith, 25, Madison Meadows Apartments - marijuana possession, giving false information.
Dallas Fuller, 20, Bayonet Way, Fort Stewart - disorderly conduct.
Jeremy Divante Harmon, 22, South Main Street, Hinesville - obstruction.
Derrick A. Grier, 37, Highway 17, Millen - marijuana possession.
Arthur Dan Lee Jr., 35, Greene Street - wanted person (Effingham County/failure to appear in court, Bulloch County/probation violation).
Eveline Coleman Pierce, 52, Harwood Street - wanted person (Bulloch County/deposit account fraud).

Incidents
CAMBRIDGE-AT-SOUTHERN/THE PALMS APARTMENTS - A woman said another female who has a history of harassing her started video recording her Friday and blocked her vehicle in so she could not leave the area.
CAMPUS EVOLUTION VILLAGE - A woman was arrested Saturday for being drunk in public and using vulgar language.
PAWN CITY/SOUTH MAIN STREET - A report was made Friday that a man pawned a laptop computer he had leased from a rental company in February and did not own. Warrants were to be issued for his arrest.
SOUTHERN POINTE APARTMENTS - A woman reported being punched in the face by a former friend Friday. Police noted visible swelling and redness and gave her advice on magistrate court procedures.
CLUB 125 - Officers observed a fight early Sunday morning, and one officer saw another officer push a suspect away from him twice. Two men were arrested.
DONALDSON STREET - Police responded to a call about a toddler walking down the street alone Saturday. The child's father arrived just before officers did, and a welfare check was conducted at the child's residence.
SIGN AND DRIVE AUTO SALES - Police responded to the scene around 4:45 a.m. Monday regarding a case involving suspected arson, entering auto and criminal attempt to commit theft of an automobile. No further details were included in reports, and the case remains under investigation.

BULLOCH COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Reports unavailable Monday.

GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY POLICE
Arrests/citations

Officers issued 10 traffic citations Friday through Sunday.

Incidents
Officers issued five traffic warnings and assisted nine motorists Friday through Sunday.

GEORGIA STATE PATROL POST 45
The post reported the following activity during the week of April 6-12:

Arrests/citations
Jaylen Maurice Atmore, 21, Kent Street - marijuana possession, stop sign violation, failure to yield.
Jarrod Reidell Ellis, 26, Viewpoint Drive - marijuana possession.
Branden Avery Williams, 22, Solomon Circle - obstruction, marijuana possession.
Zachary Wayne Godbee, 17, Dixon Connector - DUI under 21.
Elton Birtram Conely, 41, Cooper Street, Sylvania - suspended license, wanted person.
Shaun Thomas Merritt, 23, Kecia Way, Waycross - DUI, tag-light violation.

Incidents
Troopers issued 167 traffic warnings, investigated 34 crashes and made eight traffic violation arrests.

BULLOCH CENTRAL 911 REPORTS
Law Enforcement Reports

Dispatchers issued the following calls Friday through Sunday:
Brooklet Police Department - two calls Friday and one call Saturday.
Bulloch County Sheriff's Department - 16 calls Friday, 19 calls Saturday and 13 calls Sunday.
Candler County Sheriff's Department - 12 calls Friday, eight calls Saturday and seven calls Sunday.
Claxton Police Department - three calls Friday and three calls Saturday.
Evans County Sheriff's Department - two calls Friday, five calls Saturday and two calls Sunday.
Georgia State Patrol - 12 calls Friday, seven calls Saturday and seven calls Sunday.
Georgia Southern University Police Department - four calls Friday and two calls Saturday.
Metter Police Department - four calls Friday, six calls Saturday and four calls Sunday.
Portal Police Department - three calls Sunday.
Statesboro Police Department - 30 calls Friday, 26 calls Saturday and 26 calls Sunday.

Fire Department Reports
Dispatchers issued the following calls Friday through Sunday:
Statesboro Fire Department - two calls Friday, one call Saturday and four calls Sunday.
Bulloch County Volunteer Firefighters - three calls Sunday.
Metter Fire Department - three calls Friday and two calls Saturday.
Evans County Fire Department - one call Friday and one call Saturday.
Claxton Fire Department - one call Friday.

Emergency Medical Service Reports
Dispatchers issued the following calls Friday through Sunday:
Bulloch County EMS - one coroner call and 23 medical calls Friday, three first-responder calls and 24 medical calls Saturday and five first-responder calls and 30 medical calls Sunday.
Candler County EMS - four medical calls Friday, one first-responder call and eight medical calls Saturday and four medical calls Sunday.
Evans County EMS - two medical calls Friday, nine medical calls Saturday and four medical calls Sunday.

Other Agencies
Dispatchers also routed the following calls Friday: 74 hang-up calls, one call to Air Evac, one call to Bulloch County Humane Enforcement, two calls to Emanuel County 911, one call to Jenkins County 911 and one call to Liberty County 911.
Dispatchers also routed the following calls Saturday: 65 hang-up calls, two calls to Air Evac and one call to Emanuel County 911.
Dispatchers also routed the following calls Sunday: 66 hang-up calls, one call to Air Evac, one call to Bryan County 911, one call to Georgia Power Company, one call to Clayton County 911 and one call to Chatham County 911.

- compiled by Holli Deal Saxon