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Police Report, 6-1-16: A man said an unknown male pointed a gun at him.
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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.

Note: Bulloch County Jail booking reports did not include street addresses for arrests made Friday-Monday. The Statesboro Herald publishes these addresses, which should be public record, whenever available to prevent instances of mistaken identity of individuals with similar names.
Statesboro Police Department
Reginald Raynard Ellison, 32, Statesboro - marijuana purchase or possession, driving without a valid license, passing in a no-passing zone.
Antonio Redell Hill, 35, Statesboro - simple battery (family violence).
Terrence Guy Johnson, 23, Metter - driving while license suspended or revoked, no insurance.
Steve Marland Lowery, 39, Register - begging and soliciting.
Sumaya Camalou Raphael, 23, Statesboro - theft by shoplifting.
Nathaniel Tolbert, 44, Statesboro - DUI (alcohol 0.08 three hours or more), failure to maintain lane.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Office
Sylvester McKinney, 42, Pembroke - wanted person (Bryan County - child support).

Georgia State Patrol Post 45
Jauquis Suantel Jackson, 23, Lyons - driving while license suspended or revoked; speeding; giving false name, address or birthdate to law enforcement.

Statesboro Police Department

THOMAS STREET - A woman reported that her boyfriend took her car keys and house key. The reporting officer stated that police determined the man had struck the woman during the altercation, and he was subsequently arrested and booked on a simple battery (family violence) charge.
POPLAR STREET - A wallet, $300 cash and eight bottles of prescription drugs were reported stolen from a home in a burglary. The resident told police that he had left the door unlocked.
WAL-MART SUPERCENTER - Store security observed a woman leave the store with several bathing suit pieces after ringing up several candles instead of the clothing in the self-checkout area. The woman was arrested and charged with shoplifting.
EAST JONES AVENUE - A Sony Playstation 3 and a Microsoft Xbox 360 were reported stolen from a home in a burglary. No signs of forced entry were reported.
FOSS STREET - A man stated that he was talking to a family member when an unknown man pointed a gun at him. But the complainant told police no threats were made.
SOUTH MAIN STREET - Police reported stopping a car for failure to yield about 11:35 p.m. Saturday and finding at least three men ages 17 to 22 inside, as well as four baggies of a "green leafy substance," a burnt cigarillo also believed to be marijuana and some more leafy substance in the ash tray. All occupants were arrested. The report also refers to juveniles being turned over to their parents, but no count of the juveniles was in the report.
LOWE'S - A store employee reported that a man left the store with various tools without paying for them. Police subsequently arrested a suspect on a felony shoplifting charge, and their report valued the recovered items at more than $750.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Office
WESTOVER DRIVE - A man told a deputy that, after an argument, he was joking and tried to hug his wife when she pushed away and did not want him to touch her. But the wife stated that her husband had grabbed her multiple times and that she had tried to video him and he took her phone away. An iPad screen was broken. The deputy advised the husband and wife to stay away from each other for the rest of the evening.

Georgia State Patrol Post 45
In the week that ended May 29, troopers investigated 25 crashes with seven reported injuries and one fatality. They also made one DUI arrest and issued 53 citations, including 28 for speeding, seven for seatbelt violations and one for a child restraint violation, and issued 105 warnings, including 59 for speeding, two for seatbelt violations and one for a child restraint violation.

Georgia Southern University Police
Officers issued 10 citations and 12 warnings and assisted three motorists.

Law Enforcement Agencies

Brooklet Police Department - two calls.
Bulloch County Sheriff's Office - 18 calls.
Candler County Sheriff's Office - three calls.
Claxton Police Department - two calls.
Evans County Sheriff's Office - five calls.
Georgia State Patrol - six calls.
Georgia Southern University Police - one call.
Metter Police Department - three calls.
Statesboro Police Department - 26 calls.

Fire Departments
Statesboro Fire Department - two calls.
Metter Fire Department - two calls.

Emergency Medical Services
Bulloch County EMS - one coroner call, six first-responder calls and 23 medical calls.
Candler County EMS - nine medical calls.
Evans County EMS - three medical calls.

Other Agencies
911 hang-ups - 60 calls.
Air Evac - one call.
Bulloch County Humane Enforcement - two calls.
Chatham County 911 - one call.

- compiled by Al Hackle