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.
STATESBORO POLICE DEPARTMENT
Courtney Davon Perkins, 26, Swallowtail Drive — wanted person, purchase and possession of controlled substance.
Ladora Sharonda Davis, 27, Mikell Street — purchase and possession of controlled substance, marijuana possession.
Kevin Jamal Littles, 25, Daphney Lane — purchase and possession of controlled substance, marijuana possession, suspended license.
David Sheral McMillan, 36, Burkhalter Road — suspended license, safety restraint violation, no brake lights or working turn signal, giving false information.
Jeniva Laquan Kendall, 32, Winman Street — theft by shoplifting.
Shelia Kendall, 50, Johnson Street — theft by shoplifting.
INMAN LANE — A woman said she saw a man loitering and looking into windows. When the offender saw a patrol car, he fled.
MARTIN LUTHER KING DRIVE — A woman said someone wrote on her vehicle in pink lipstick. She also said the front right yellow marker light had been pulled out. The offender returned to the scene and admitted to writing on the complainant’s vehicle. She was advised of the warrant process.
MIKE-ANN DRIVE — A man said an unknown person entered his unlocked vehicle and stole a drill, a camera, a GPS, and a book bag. Statesboro Police are investigating the incident.
NORTHSIDE DRIVE EAST — A woman left her purse in the buggy return at the Wal-Mart Supercenter. An unknown person took the purse from the buggy before she returned to retrieve it.
BULLOCH COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Bryan Allen McDaniel, 22, Doy Newton Mobile Home Park — stop sign violation, driving while unlicensed.
Jacob Christian Davies, 24, North Edgewood Drive — possession and use of drug-related objects, marijuana possession.
Octavious Tuvache Jones, 18, East Main Street — marijuana purchase, possession, manufacture, distribution or sale, probation violation for finger printable charges.
Charles Alexander Nash, 21, Cherie Glen Road, Snellville — probation violation for finger printable charges.
William Robert Prater, 24, North Edgewood Drive — possession and use of drug-related objects, marijuana possession.
Rafael Lamonte Smith, 31, 13th Street, Augusta — reckless conduct, theft by taking, discharge of firearms on or near public highway or street, possession of firearm or knife during commission of a crime.
Alexis Marie Vangillar, 18, Statesboro Place Circle — criminal trespass, battery.
Cara Micheala Warren, 19, South Main Street — marijuana purchase, possession, manufacture, distribution, or sale.
WILLIAMS ROAD— A woman said she has full custody of juvenile witness as awarded by the Superior Court of Bulloch County. She said she surrendered the juvenile to his mother for court ordered visitation, but the mother refused to return the witness to her custody as required by the courts order.
EMIT GROVE ROAD — A woman said the mother of her juvenile granddaughter recently made contact with the juvenile unannounced and without permission on several occasions. The juvenile’s mother can only have approved visitation with advanced notice with the juvenile.
BROOKLET SOUTH DRIVE — A woman said her juvenile daughter was bitten by a dog. The juvenile and her mom were taking water samples when the dog ran after the juvenile and bit her in the left hamstring area.
HUCKNALL PLACE — A woman said she had been involved in a domestic dispute with her husband over divorce papers. The woman said the divorce papers that her husband has were not what they agreed to. The husband became irritated and snatched the papers and struck the complainant in the face with the papers.
BEAVER CREEK DRIVE— Deputy responded to a report of a domestic dispute. Both parties stated they called in regards to an incident regarding finances. The male said he was in bed and a woman came into his room and began to argue about their finances. The female party stated she wanted to get her belongs and leave, when the male party pushed her and then took $100 from her purse. The female had no visible injury.
HWY. 67 — A deputy responded to a report of possible gunshots fired at vehicle. The offender met complainants at a gas station to help fix a vehicle and became upset after the vehicle was fixed because he did not feel like the victim paid enough money to get vehicle fixed. The victim, along with witnesses, drove to the nearest gas station to get more money for the offender. They stopped in the roadway and the victim and offender exited their vehicles. The offender began yelling and then victim heard two gunshots coming from the rear of her vehicle. The victim stated that while at the service station the offender grabbed the keys and left with her vehicle. Both parties were taken into custody. The case is under investigation.
PIKE ROAD— A woman said she left her residence for a period of time and upon returning to property she noticed her vehicle had been taken. The complainant stated that the vehicle was locked and advised it had to have been put on a trailer by unknown person(s). The victim will be contacting family member who had the information of the vehicle and would be contacting the Sheriff’s Office with additional information.
GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY POLICE
Officers issued four traffic violation citations on Tuesday.
Officers issued three traffic warnings and assisted one motorist on Tuesday.
BULLOCH CENTRAL 911 REPORTS
Law Enforcement Reports
Brooklet Police Department — one call.
Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department — 16 calls.
Candler County Sheriff’s Department — six calls.
Evans County Sheriff’s Department — five calls.
Georgia State Patrol— four calls.
Metter Police Department — three calls.
Statesboro Police Department — 20 calls.
Fire Department Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
Statesboro Fire Department — three calls.
Metter Fire Department — three calls.
Emergency Medical Service Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Tuesday:
Bulloch County EMS — three first-responder calls and 30 medical calls.
Candler County EMS — one first-responder call and 10 medical calls.
911 hang-ups — 56 calls.
Air Evac — one call.
Tattnall County 911 — one call.
— compiled by Lucas Baggett