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Police Report, 5-23-17: A man told police some unknown persons urinated in and around his vehicle.
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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
Bulloch County Sheriff's Office

Kody Lynn Bouknight, 32, Pope Road, Ellabell - theft by shoplifting.
Jesus Solis Garcia, 19, Aruba Road, Claxton - driving without a valid license.
Hung Hoang Le, 45, Brookside Way Circle, Norcross - wanted person (Gwinnett County).
Jessica Lauren Lewis, 32, Clito Road - suspended registration, obstruction.
Jonathan Joseph Anderson, 29, Ramona Lane, Millen - felony probation violation.
Amy Lynn Barwick, 20, Highway 67 - felony probation violation.
Shoniqwua Alexis Howard, 26, Johnson Lane - possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
Brian Ashley Johnson, 37, Clito Road - obstruction.
Jaylan Lashawn Rawls, 22, Jones Street, Pembroke - suspended license.

Statesboro Police Department
Daniel Stephen Anderson, 25, Horizons Bend, Portal - suspended license.
Erin Briana Creel, 40, Outland Street - theft by shoplifting, obstruction.
Cynthia Annette Armstrong, 55, Eason Street - aggravated assault (family violence).
Robbie Charles Darien, 23, South Mulberry Street - driving without a license.
Dewayne Terral Jackson, 30, Cone Homes - second-degree burglary (felony), theft by taking motor vehicle.
Kierra Alyana Johnson, 19, Huiett Street, Metter - hit-and-run, failure to yield.
Arkealuious Dion McLendon, 29, South College Street - simple battery (family violence).
Keifatha Lewis Perkins, 28, Baldwin Street - second-degree criminal damage to property.
Christopher Moultrie Purdom, 34, Purdom Road, Nahunta - financial transaction card fraud, financial transaction card theft, entering auto.
Malik Javon Brantley, 21, Lewis Street, Swainsboro - urinating or defecating in public.
Erin Brooke Denmark, 25, Meadowlark Circle - possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
Moses Jamaree Key, 21, Packinghouse Road - second-degree burglary (felony), felony theft by taking, possession of tools for the commission of a crime.
Sammie Lee Wiggins, 50, North College Street - simple battery (family violence).
Matthew Ronald Williams, 30, Hightower Road - bench warrant.

Georgia Southern University Police
Jaier Alajawon Williams, 20, Cannon Donaldson Road - possession of a firearm or knife during the commission of a crime; possession of a schedule III, IV or V controlled substance with intent to distribute; purchase, sale, distribution or manufacture of marijuana.

Georgia State Patrol Post 45
John William Digby, 47, Burkeshire Way, Grovetown - DUI, open container.
Timothy Gregory Croxton, 22, Brown Thrasher Court, Port Wentworth - possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, seat belt violation.
Joshua Nkereuwen Okon Etuk, 22, Cobbletown Drive, Rincon - DUI, stop sign violation, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, seat belt violation.
Damon Javonte Wesley Lettingham, 20, Southern Charm Way, Guyton - possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, seat belt violation.
Robert James McColgan, 35, Lanier Drive - suspended license, stop sign violation.
Jerry Thomas Pritchard, 24, Bennett Grooms Road, Brooklet - DUI, tag light violation, suspended license.

INCIDENTS
Bulloch County Sheriff's Office

TREVOR LANE - Someone reported a burglary, but incident reports did not give details of what was taken.
NORTH JACKSON ROAD - A man told deputies that his sister and niece did not want him on the property but said he had been there two days, coming from Tennessee, before they called the law. He was escorted off the property. The women said the man had mental issues and that they have had previous problems with him.
    In a separate incident, a woman said her granddaughter's ex-boyfriend continues to come into her home uninvited, walks past her, smiling, and does as he pleases. He also makes unwanted phone calls to her of a harassing nature. Deputies gave her advice on magistrate court proceedings.
WILLIAMS ROAD - A man was cruising timber when someone stole his pickup truck. It was located on Doy Lanier Road, and K9 Gismo and handler Sgt. Mark Guarino tracked footprints to where a juvenile was located. A second suspect was found, and both were charged with theft of a motor vehicle. The truck owner said $50 was also missing from the truck.
BEAVER CREEK DRIVE - Deputies were called to investigate what turned out to be a verbal dispute.
MANSFIELD ROAD - A woman reported a burglary at her parents' residence, but reports did not list what was taken.
JONES MILL ROAD - A man said his brother leased property for farming that he co-owns, and he had not received any money from the lease.
NEVILS-GROVELAND ROAD - A man said someone called him and made threats.
HIGHWAY 24 - A man said someone stole a black Hi-Point ACP 380 handgun from his home.
BURKHALTER/LANGSTON CHAPEL ROAD - A vehicle that was stuck in the ditch in an area of road closed for construction was towed.
EIGHT POINT DRIVE - A man reported a burglary, but reports did not list items stolen.
FERNWOOD DRIVE - A woman said teenagers threw rocks and poked at her dogs with a bamboo stick.
BURKHALTER ROAD - A man said he was using his headlights to see because he didn't have a back porch light, and a neighbor came up and threatened him. The neighbor shined his own headlights on the complainant, flicked them on and off, then got out and threatened the complainant by saying that he had a gun and would use it. The offender lifted his shirt up as if to show he had a pistol, according to reports.
RIVER RETREAT - A man called deputies to report that his juvenile son had been pushed by an offender at the boy's mother's house. He said his son had been invited to go swimming, but someone at the home told him to leave and he refused, saying he had a right to be there. His mother said she asked him to meet her at the river, not at her house, for fear of a confrontation like has occurred in the past with the offender.

Statesboro Police Department
STADIUM WALK - Officers responded to a physical dispute in which one victim showed visible injuries.
LESTER ROAD - A woman said her baby's father threatened to harm her.
WEST GRADY STREET - A woman came to the police station to report another female threatened her at her job.
LOVETT ROAD - A driver was arrested for hit-and-run.
CHANDLER ROAD - A man told police that some unknown persons urinated in and around his vehicle.
EAST PARRISH STREET - A man said another man threatened him.
FOOD WORLD/FAIR ROAD - Warrants were to be taken for a person who shoplifted a pork shoulder valued at $9.40.
KMART - Someone shoplifted about $70 worth of various items. They were not apprehended.
SOUTH MAIN STREET - Two people were engaged in a fight. No charges were filed.
NORTH COLLEGE STREET - A man was arrested after a physical fight with a woman.
BOBBY DONALDSON AVENUE - A man who was wanted on an outstanding bench warrant was arrested after police investigated a reported domestic disturbance.
SOUTH COLLEGE STREET - A suspect was arrested for striking a spouse.
ELM STREET - A woman claimed that a man threatened her, pushed her and shattered her car window, but the accused said that there had been no altercation and that the woman trespassed on his property.

Georgia Southern University Police
Officers issued no traffic citations but nine traffic warnings and assisted one motorist.
NEWTON BUILDING - Police responded to a simple battery incident.

BULLOCH CENTRAL 911 REPORTS
Law Enforcement Agencies

Brooklet Police Department - two calls Sunday.
Bulloch County Sheriff's Office - 19 calls Friday, 19 calls Saturday and 18 calls Sunday.
Candler County Sheriff's Office - five calls Friday, five calls Saturday and 10 calls Sunday.
Claxton Police Department - six calls Friday, six calls Saturday and four calls Sunday.
Evans County Sheriff's Office - five calls Friday, five calls Saturday and two calls Sunday.
Georgia State Patrol - two calls Friday, two calls Saturday and five calls Sunday.
Metter Police Department - six calls Friday, six calls Saturday and three calls Sunday.
Portal Police Department - one call Friday and one call Saturday.
Statesboro Police Department - 34 calls Friday, 34 calls Saturday and 26 calls Sunday.

Fire Departments
Bulloch County Fire Department - two calls Friday and two calls Saturday.
Statesboro Fire Department - one call Friday, one call Saturday and three calls Sunday.
Metter Fire Department - two calls Sunday.
Evans County Fire & Rescue - one call Friday and one call Saturday.

Emergency Medical Services
Bulloch County EMS - one coroner call, three first-responder calls and 21 medical calls Friday; one coroner call, three first-responder calls and 21 medical calls Saturday; and one accident call, one coroner call, one first-responder call and 12 medical calls Sunday.
Candler County EMS - four medical calls Friday, four medical calls Saturday and seven medical calls Sunday.
Evans County EMS - four medical calls Friday, four medical calls Saturday and two medical calls Sunday.

Calls to Other Agencies
911 hang-ups - 28 calls Friday, 28 calls Saturday and 26 calls Sunday.
Air Evac - three calls Friday, three calls Saturday and one call Sunday.
Tattnall County 911 - one call Friday and one call Saturday.

- compiled by Holli Deal Saxon