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Police report - 7-11-15; A man told police unknown men hit him while he was inside a bar.
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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.

Reported Thursday:
Maxie Viola Bacon, 53, Green Cypress Church Road, Claxton – hit and run/leaving the scene of an accident, following too closely, DUI drugs.
Tiffany Michelle Adams, 30, Ennis School Road, Sylvania – theft by shoplifting.
Brandon Lamar Davis, 32, Valley Park, Augusta – wanted person (Richmond County).
Taneshia Johnson, 18, Lanier Drive – criminal trespass.
William Richard Hine III, 28, Blackbird Trail, Twin City – DUI.
George Edward Batton Jr., 48, Stagecoach Road – wanted person (Hillsborough County, Fla., carrying a concealed weapon.).
Zackary Ezell Williams, 31, University Pointe Apartments – theft by taking (parts from a vehicle).
Maria Antoinette Mikell, 48, Woodrow Circle – suspended license.
Johnnie Lee Drayton Jr., 53, Woodrow Circle – suspended license.
Michael Teddy Powell, 58, West Sixth Street, Vidalia – rape, burglary, aggravated sodomy.

WEST MAIN STREET – A woman said a man slapped her in the face. No arrests was made.
FUZZY’S TACO SHOP – A woman and her daughter argued over a vehicle, and the daughter fled on foot. Someone called police regarding the domestic dispute.
WAL-MART SUPERCENTER – A woman concealed three packs of socks and left without paying. She was arrested.
MIKELL STREET – Police questioned a man fitting the description of a man suspected in an armed robbery and discovered he was wanted in Richmond County. He was arrested.
HOLLY DRIVE – A man reported the theft of a class ring and $100.
RUSTY’S TAVERN – A man told police unknown men hit him while he was inside the bar.

Reported Thursday:
Michael Christopher Powell, 24, Hwy. 24 – improper use of license plate.
Tori Frances Seabolt, 35, Woods Avenue, Portal – obstruction.
Frank Davis, 35, Baldwin Street – marijuana purchase, possession, sale, manufacture or sale; possession of drug related objects, violation of the slow poke law ( left lane driving for passing only), failure to yield, tag light violation.
Allie Ann Seibert, 28, Big Bay Boulevard, Ellabell – driving without a valid license, marijuana possession.
Izell Brunson, 22, Williams Road –marijuana possession.
Matthew Huff, 42, Helen Court – marijuana possession, sale, distribution, manufacture or purchase; following too closely.
Jameshia Lashay Johnson, 19, Southern Downs – marijuana possession.
Aron Terrones, 28, Hwy. 80 East – battery, third degree cruelty to children, criminal trespass.
Heather Bell Williams, 41, Kings Lane, Ellabell – possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, possession of drug related objects, prescription drugs not in original container, possession of Schedule IV controlled substances.

ZIP – N FOODS/HWY. 25 – A woman said a man grabbed her, pulled her from the car and left her at the store.
MILLER STREET EXTENSION – A man and woman argued over her leaving the kids at home and not letting him know. The woman damaged a windshield during the argument, and deputies stated in reports she was under the influence of an unknown intoxicant.
HWY. 80 EAST – Deputies contacted a man walking who had reported his car stolen. He told deputies he left his car running in Savannah while he talked to some girls and saw his car leaving. He jumped into a car with a man he said his brother went to school with and started following his car, finally finding it wrecked. He said he fell asleep in a yard with a “bunch of cats” after removing personal items from the car.  He said her thought he was in Bluffton, SC and agreed to take the deputy to the car. He told deputies he didn’t report the car stolen in Savannah because “I’m from the streets and we don’t do that.” Georgia State Patrol authorities said a suspect was seen fleeing from the scene of the wreck. The complainant’s shoes was covered in mud, and he told deputies the man with whom he rode to the wreck left him at the car.

Reported Thursday:
Officers issued four traffic violation citations.

Officers issued three traffic warnings and assisted two motorists.

Reported Thursday:
Law Enforcement
Brooklet Police – no calls.
Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office – 14 calls.
Candler County Sheriff’s Office – 10 calls.
Claxton Police – three calls.
Evans County Sheriff’s Office – three calls.
Georgia State Patrol – seven calls.
Georgia Southern University Police – no calls.
Metter Police – four calls.
Portal Police – one call.
Statesboro Police – 31 calls.

Fire Departments
Bulloch County Fire Department – one call.
Statesboro Fire Department – three calls.
Metter Fire Department – three calls.

Emergency Medical Service
Bulloch County EMS – 27 medical calls.
Candler County EMS – five medical calls.
Evans County EMS – one accident call and two medical calls.

Calls to other agencies
911 hang-ups – 58 calls.
Air Evac – no calls.
Bryan County 911– two calls.
Bulloch Humane Enforcement – one call.
Effingham County 911 – one call.

— Compiled by Holli Deal Saxon