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Police Report, 4-20-15: A man reported a couple taking nude photos of each other on his property.
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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.


Larry Elton Hall, 59, St. Paul Church Lane, Register - suspended license, wanted person.
Kenneth David Durden, 28, Almond Road, Twin City - possession of a drug-related object, possession of marijuana.
Kadijah Denise Bacon, 20, Blackbird Drive - theft by shoplifting.
Manuel Brice Collins, 41, Grasslands Drive, Pooler - wanted person.
Lauren Ashley S. Evans, 21, Georgia Avenue - giving false information.
Virginia Price, 20, Lanier Drive - criminal trespass.
Devin Deshawn Dekle, 22, University Village - criminal trespass.
Stephen Michael Burnsed, 22, Heron's Walk - wanted person.
William Henry Kay, 19, Waterson Courtyard, Evans - battery, underage possession of alcohol, public intoxication, disorderly conduct.
Joseph R. Lee, 25, Robin Hood Trail - failure to maintain lane, DUI (refused test).
Santuan E. Stanley, 25, Brooke Trail, Myrtle Beach, SC - DUI, failure to maintain lane.
Adrianna Marqueshia Seay, 18, Pitt-Moore Road - theft by shoplifting, giving false information.
Ronnie Jerome Hagen, 21, Lanier Drive - obstruction.
Tramiah Trakel Montgomery, 18, Georgia Avenue - battery, obstruction.
Glenn Marion Spell, 67, North Main Street - DUI, open container, no brake lights or working turn signal.

SPRUCE STREET - Officers responded to a report of a woman being stabbed Friday. They found the victim standing beside the roadway, suffering from multiple stab wounds. She was taken to the hospital for treatment, and police continue to investigate the incident.
VARIOUS LOCATIONS - Police conducted alcohol compliance checks on 29 businesses Thursday. Two citations were issued. Further information will be published later upon receipt.
WAL-MART SUPERCENTER - A woman was arrested for shoplifting $50 worth of groceries Friday.
On Sunday, a woman shoplifted about $65 worth of clothing and was arrested.
AZALIA DRIVE - An 83-year-old man called police when he saw a man and woman taking nude photos of each other on his private property near the tree line. They both were arrested for criminal trespass.
SOUTH CITY TAVERN - Police responded to a fight Saturday and spoke to witnesses who said an unknown man assaulted a woman, causing visible injuries. The offender told police the female attacked him, but he was arrested on battery and other charges.
DAYS INN - A man called police Saturday to claim the person in the room next to him was trying to shoot him. Officers determined no shots were fired, and the complainant did not wish to pursue the matter further.
COPPER BEECH TOWNHOMES - On Sunday, police met with a man in the hospital who said he was attacked by unknown males. Witnesses said he was attacked from behind.
THE GROVE APARTMENTS - A man called police Saturday to report hearing a gunshot fired and hearing a projectile strike the ground near him. Officers did not find any evidence of a shot fired.
In a separate incident, a man told police another man threw him to the ground, causing injury. He denied EMS treatment.
ROBIN HOOD TRAIL - A man called police Sunday after confronting another man who was looking inside the complainant's friend's truck. The offender struck the complainant in the face. When police found the offender, the complainant chose not to press charges.
ASPEN HEIGHTS APARTMENTS - Police detectives are investigating a reported strong-arm rape that took place between 3:30 a.m. Saturday and 6 a.m. Sunday, according to reports. No further information was available in reports.

Look for Statesboro Police Department, Bulloch County Sheriff's Office and Georgia Southern University arrests and Bulloch County incidents in Wednesday's police report.