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Police report -6-7-17; A person was arrested for simple assault after an altercation.
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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
    James Oshan Phillips, 24, East Avenue — probation violation.
    Ashley Tara Blizzard, 28, Alexander Mill Pond, Collins — cocaine possession.
    Brandy Nicole Pettit, 27, Cowboy Way, Portal — theft by taking.

Statesboro Police Department
    James A. Brannen, 28, East Main Street — simple assault.
    Jarvis Dontez Walker, 31, Royal Road, Millen — rape.
    Cynthia Marie Harrell, 63, Institute Street — wanted person (Chatham County).
    Jasmine Raujeike Bush, 23, South Main Street — 11 counts financial transaction card fraud.
    Charles David Eargle, 29, Flint Court — DUI/less safe, adult seat belt violation, failure to obey traffic device.
    Alexis kateria Scriven, 22, Laroche Avenue, Savannah — felony shoplifting.

INCIDENTS
Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
    HAWK LANE — A woman resigned from assisting with leading a dance group and kept trophies she said she earned while working with the group and has had for years. Another woman involved came to her house to get the trophies and an argument ensued, with the visitor making statements the complainant felt were threats. The other woman has filed a report with Statesboro police. Deputies gave the complainant advice on magistrate court procedures.
    OLD GROVELAND ROAD — Deputies responded to a domestic disturbance where a woman became angry with a man and accused him of seeing other women. When he expressed denial and concern that she would wake up their son, she became even angrier and jumped on his back, he said. The woman told deputies she saw a “red-headed woman rubbing (the man’s) butt in the swimming pool,” but there was no swimming pool or red-headed woman at the residence. Deputies said the woman appeared to be under the influence, was jittery and had a prescription to a substance similar to methadone, on which they said she possibly overdosed.

Statesboro Police Department
    FACULTY BOULEVARD — Police investigated reported suspicious activity. No further details were listed in reports.
    WILLIAMS ROAD — A woman told police a volunteer with the Prancing Stallions dance group resigned, but refused to return trophies.
    SOUTH MULBERRY STREET — A person was arrested for simple assault after an altercation.
    CAMPUS EVOLUTION APARTMENTS — Someone reported a break-in where damage occurred to the property.

Georgia Southern University Police
    Officers issued no traffic citations and two traffic warnings and assisted no motorists.
 
BULLOCH 911 REPORTS
Law Enforcement Agencies
    Brooklet Police Department — no calls.
    Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office — 17 calls.
    Candler County Sheriff’s Office — five calls.
    Claxton Police Department — two calls.
    Evans County Sheriff’s Office — three calls.
    Georgia State Patrol — two calls.
    Georgia Southern University Police — no calls.
    Metter Police Department — one call.
    Portal Police Department — one call.
    Statesboro Police Department — 26 calls.

Fire Departments
    Bulloch County Fire Department — no calls.
    Statesboro Fire Department — no calls.
    Metter Fire Department — no calls.

Other Agencies
    911 hang-ups — 63 calls.
    Air Evac — one call.
    Bulloch County Humane Enforcement — one call.
    Bulloch County Correctional Institute — one call.
    Emanuel County 911 — one call.
    Poison Control — one call.

Emergency Medical Services
    Bulloch County EMS — one accident call and 18 medical calls.
    Candler County EMS — eight medical calls.
    Evans County EMS — one coroner call and five medical calls.
— compiled by Holli Deal Saxon