By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Police Report, 7-13-17: A man told deputies an employee stole a book of scratch-off lottery tickets.
Placeholder Image

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.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Office

Angela Marie Wade, 38, Burkhalter Road - loitering/prowling.
Alex Jason Williams, 37, Highway 301 North - giving or possessing liquor, drugs, weapons, etc., to or by an inmate.

Statesboro Police Department
Joseph Harley Bunn, 32, Sylvania Road, Sylvania - sale, manufacture, delivery or possession of dangerous drugs; possession of schedule I or II controlled substances with intent to distribute; possession of drug-related objects; wanted person (Bryan County/Pembroke).
Cedric Letroy Gardner, 23, East 56th Street, Savannah - felony theft by shoplifting, giving false information.
Richard Scott Marsh, 53, Deloach Road, Pembroke - bench warrant.
Natasha Montique Orr, 39, Alabama Avenue, Savannah - felony theft by shoplifting.

Bulloch County Probation Office
Amanda Lynn Groom, 31, Leon Newsome Road - probation violation.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Office

HIGHWAY 24 - A woman said her nephew harasses her about a family member, calling her at all times of the day and even leaving a vulgar, obscene message on her employer's phone.
NORTH COLLEGE STREET - A woman told deputies her ex-boyfriend stole her dog, a gray Great Dane. She said he asked to get the dog, but she refused and came home to find him gone.
BURKHALTER ROAD - A man said another man "bumped his chest" during an argument over $150 the complainant owed the offender. The alleged offender denied touching the complainant.
HIGHWAY 301 NORTH/OGEECHEE RIVER BOAT RAMP - Deputies questioned a man at the ramp and discovered he had methamphetamine and drug-related objects in his possession. He was arrested.
OAK RIDGE DRIVE - Suspecting someone had been inside, a tenant asked deputies to check a house for intruders because lights that had been left off were turned on upon the complainant's arrival home.
VALLI'S PRECISION COLLISION CENTER - A man told deputies he had video of a woman prowling on his property after she had been told not to come to his business. She was arrested.
DOLLAR GENERAL/HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH - A woman tried to use counterfeit bills to place money on a debit card. When the clerk refused to do so, recognizing the bills as counterfeit, the suspect left. The clerk photographed her leaving, and deputies recorded the information when they came to seize the fake cash.
VRAJ FOOD MART/HIGHWAY 80 EAST - A man told deputies an employee stole a book of "Cash Reserve" scratch-off lottery tickets. A cleaning lady told him the part-time clerk committed the theft while he was at lunch, he said. He was unable to give deputies information on the suspect's identity, and they gave him information on taking warrants.
GEORGIA CHRYSLER DODGE - A man reported the theft of a vehicle because the person who possessed it failed to return it or pay for it, even though a promissory note had been signed. The offender returned the vehicle.
NATURE WAY - Deputies responded to a report of suspicious people looking into vehicles but found no one at the scene.
LOCKETT DRIVE - A man said his adult daughter became angry during an argument and threw a plate at him. She also struck him, he said.
 CEDARLAWN ROAD - A woman said a man grabbed her by the face and hair.

Statesboro Police Department
MIKELL STREET - Officers mediated in a dispute over marital issues.
BELK - A man and woman were arrested after being caught shoplifting over $2,000 worth of clothing. They concealed the items in bags they took from a cash register.
LANIER DRIVE - A Domino's pizza delivery person discovered a customer paid him in counterfeit bills and reported it after returning to find the offender gone. The order was for $45 worth of food.

Georgia Southern University Police
Officers issued no traffic citations and 12 traffic warnings and assisted two motorists.

Law Enforcement Agencies

Brooklet Police Department - three calls.
Bulloch County Sheriff's Office - 13 calls.
Candler County Sheriff's Office - four 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 - four calls.
Statesboro Police Department - 22 calls.

Fire Departments
Bulloch County Fire Department - two calls.
Statesboro Fire Department - two calls.
Metter Fire Department - one call.

Emergency Medical Services
Bulloch County EMS - three accident calls, four first-responder calls and 15 medical calls.
Candler County EMS - two medical calls.
Evans County EMS - nine medical calls.

Calls to Other Agencies
911 hang-ups - 48 calls.
Air Evac - one call.
Bulloch Humane Enforcement - two calls.
Tattnall County 911 - one call.

- compiled by Holli Deal Saxon