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Police report - 5-17-15; Euthanized at animal shelter no animals.
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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.

Arrests/Citations
    Statesboro Police, Bulloch County Sheriff, Georgia Southern University, and Georgia State Patrol arrests made Friday through Sunday will be reported Tuesday.

Register Police Department
    Linda Gail McCoy, 51, Henry Futch Road, Pembroke — DUI, open container, no insurance, suspended registration, possession of drug related objects.

Portal Police Department
    Ryan Free Beaver, 17, Lester Fordham Road — aggravated assault, possession of a knife on school property.

Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
    Michael Terrence Gresham, 26, Spotted Fawn Road — wanted person.
    Dwight Allan Allmond, 53, Five Chop Road — possession of drug related objects.
    Sheena Patrice Maddox, 31, Lanier Drive — simple battery, probation violation.

INCIDENTS
    Statesboro Police, Bulloch County Sheriff, Georgia Southern University, and Georgia State Patrol incidents occurring Wednesday through Sunday will be reported Tuesday.

Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
    WINDING WAY — A man told deputies he was going to his ex-wife’s house Thursday when he saw a man he knows pulling out of the driveway. He said he has had issues with the man in the past, and he heard shots fired down the street after the man left.
    SOUTHEAST BULLOCH MIDDLE SCHOOL — Deputies responded to reports of a student screaming, attacking other students and staff, and trying to hit them by wildly swinging a pair of crutches. She was taken to jail and released to a family member.

Bulloch County Animal Shelter
    The shelter reported the following activity during the week of May 4-10:
    Surrendered by citizens —13 dogs and 11 cats from rural county; one dog and eight cat from City of Statesboro.
    Collected by officers —  seven dogs from rural county areas; three cats from City of Statesboro.
    Adopted from shelter —five dogs and one cat.
    Reclaimed by owners —three dogs.
    Died at shelter — one dog and seven cats.
    Euthanized — no animals.
    Fees collected — $643

— compiled by Holli Deal Saxon