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Police Report, 4-24-15: Police saw a woman urinating in view of oncoming traffic on Olympic Blvd.
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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.


Bridget Denise Martin, 21, Claudia Street, Portal - DUI.
Ricky Nelson Venson, 48, Bulloch Street - driving without a license.
Larry Smith, 54, Highway 301 North - criminal trespass.
Angela Denice Hunter, 25, Highway 24 - driving without a license.
Madison Parker Loggins, 21, The Grove Apartments - theft by taking.

WEST INMAN STREET - A man who stood in the street yelling and cursing "in a tumultuous manner" at several juveniles and another man told police he was just reacting to the other man's yelling and cursing at his juvenile son. Both men were advised of magistrate court services.
STATESBORO HIGH SCHOOL - A juvenile student who threatened a teacher Monday was arrested on charges of simple assault and disorderly conduct. The girl was released to the Department of Juvenile Justice.
KALI FOOD MART - A man told police Wednesday a customer cashed a check on April 9 that had already been cashed electronically with a mobile device. The check was in the amount of $143.37.
EAGLE GATE APATMENTS - Around 1:15 a.m. Sunday, a man told police he was robbed at gunpoint of a book bag, wallet and cellphone. He said he was asked to give a woman a ride, and when he arrived to pick her up, two men approached him with guns and demanded his cash. One man struck him in the forehead, causing a cut. He was treated and released, and police continue to investigate.
NORTHSIDE APARTMENTS - The apartment manager called police Wednesday because the odor of marijuana was wafting through the apartment complex's air vents. Officers verified the smell of burning marijuana was indeed coming through her bathroom vent, but reports did not indicate any arrests or seizures of drugs were made.
FINCH'S TRAILER PARK - A woman called police when a man tried climbing through her window. He was arrested.
GATA'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL - A man was arrested Wednesday because he gave the restaurant's property to a customer instead of charging for the items.

Reports unavailable Thursday.


Officers issued two traffic violation citations Wednesday.
Mya Alece Eatmon, 18, Georgia Avenue - underage possession of alcohol, public indecency, giving false information.
Torre Donovan Broughton, 18, Georgia Avenue - disorderly conduct.

Officers issued three traffic warnings and assisted three motorists Wednesday.
HERTY BUILDING - Police were called on April 10 about a man dressed as the Incredible Hulk. The caller reported him as a suspicious person. Officers determined he was dressed that way for a Relay for Life event and that others would be wearing costumes for the event. Officers warned them to not wear masks as part of their costumes.
SHENANIGAN'S - On April 11, officers stopped and questioned two men who appeared to be arguing. They were fighting about not being able to get into Rusty's Tavern, they said.
OLYMPIC BOULEVARD - Police saw a woman urinating in view of oncoming traffic at the entrance of the road on April 11. When asked why she was exposing herself, she said she had to go to the bathroom and did not care. She was arrested.
GEORGIA AVENUE - A man yelled a derogatory term at passing officers. When stopped and asked why he did so, he said it was "funny" and just something people did. When advised that it was an arrestable offense, the man asked the officer, "Does it make you feel heroic at the end of the day, knowing you got out and arrested someone for saying what I said?" The offender was arrested, and while being booked, he told the officer, "You could be out finding somebody that is killing people or committing some other crimes, but you got out with me for saying two words." The officer explained to the man that he was arrested because he yelled and cursed for no reason and drew attention to himself. The charge was disorderly conduct.

Law Enforcement Reports

Dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:
Brooklet Police Department - one call.
Bulloch County Sheriff's Department- 18 calls.
Candler County Sheriff's Department - eight calls.
Claxton Police Department - three calls.
Evans County Sheriff's Department - five calls.
Georgia State Patrol - eight calls.
Georgia Southern University Police Department - four calls.
Metter Police Department - six calls.
Statesboro Police Department - 26 calls.

Fire Department Reports
Dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:
Statesboro Fire Department - one call.
Bulloch County Volunteer Firefighters - two calls.
Metter Fire Department - one call.

Emergency Medical Service Reports
Dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:
Bulloch County EMS - one accident call and 23 medical calls.
Candler County EMS - five medical calls.
Evans County EMS - one medical call.

Other Agencies
Dispatchers issued the following calls Wednesday:
911 hang-ups - 66 calls.
Bryan County 911 - one call.

- compiled by Holli Deal Saxon