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Police Report, 7-14-15: Woman arrested after shoplifting Minnie Mouse pajama pants, other items
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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 reported Friday through Sunday:

Chaquawen Meoisha Anderson, 19, Madison Meadows – theft by shoplifting.

Krystina Dowd, 36, Oakcrest Drive – criminal trespass.

Benjamin Reid Homan, 25, Dogwood Court – theft by shoplifting.

Rigoberti Alegria Sanchez, 32, Teal Circle – defective brake lights, no valid license.

Roxanne Marie Duarte, 25, Oak Ridge Trail – driving without a valid license, tail light violation.

Justin Alonzo Allen, 24, Seckinger Street, Glennville – suspended license.

Stedman Lamar Strickland, 24, Brown Lane, Glennville – marijuana possession.

Aundrea Ramoinne Lee, 39, Church Street – tag light violation, driving without a license.

Patricia Ellen Cook, 22, Tahiti Trail – suspended license, speeding.

Jim Craig Wilkerson Jr., 21, North Grady Street, Portal – no proof of insurance, marijuana possession.

Terrence Leontre Mabry, 32, Westover Drive –registration violation, failure to yield, DUI (refused test).

Anibal Jose Sanchez, 22, Hwy. 67 – failure to maintain lane, following too closely, improper center lane use, DUI.

Shawn Weyman, 44, Lanier Drive – possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, DUI/ drugs.

Wachkita Sharee Coney, 23, Waverly Hall, Georgia Southern University – battery, criminal trespass.

Garry R.C. Davis, 29, Parrish Street, Metter – no proof of insurance, no valid license, DUI (refused test).

Justin Joseph Aeger, 21, Sterling Creek Drive, Richmond Hill – theft by shoplifting.

Diamond Shabre Tigner, 24, The Cove Apartments – seat belt violation, suspended license.

Alfonso Shavers, 60, Roundtree Street – battery, disorderly conduct, criminal trespass.

Atif Nieen Kirkland, 38, East Jones Avenue – suspended license, no proof of insurance.

Terrell Charles Torrence, 18, Ben Grady Collins Road, Portal – failure to appear in court.


Incidents reported Friday through Sunday:

WAL-MART SUPERCENTER – A woman was arrested after shoplifting women’s underwear, socks, Minnie Mouse pajama pants, a head wrap, lanyard, earrings, and a hair brush.

In a separate incident, a woman who had been served with a criminal trespass warning in February for the store was found in the garden center. She was arrested.

In another incident, a man was arrested for shoplifting $75 worth of cleaning items, about $50 worth of clothing, $10 worth of food, an X-box system card, and a TV.

A separate incident report states a man escaped after shoplifting a Georgia Southern University tee shirt, a video disc, GSU hat and a power cell charger. Store employees provided video and a photo of the man, whose identity is known.

In yet another incident, a man physically attacked another man and took a woman’s merchandise, tossing it all over the parking lot, before fleeing. He was later apprehended during a traffic stop and arrested.

GORDON STREET – A man told police he fell from a car and cut his arm, but witnesses said they saw him being struck by the car. EMS treated him at the scene.

BULLOCH MENTAL HEALTH/N. COLLEGE STREET – A woman caught two men trying to break into her car. They fled and nothing was stolen.

ELKS LODGE/JAMES STREET – Police are investigating an incident they listed as an aggravated assault after a man reported witnessing a fight between two men. The report lists a gun as a weapon but made no reference to a weapon in a description of the incident.

Around the same time (2:51 a.m. Saturday) a man told police he was robbed of a dollar in the bathroom at gunpoint. Reports did not list a description of the alleged robber.

AUTO SHINE CAR WASH – Witnesses said an employee and manager argued, when the employee pulled a knife. Witnesses made the offender leave, and one man who tried to break up the fight suffered a small scrape to the stomach by the knife.



Arrests/citations and incidents reported Friday through Sunday will be published Wednesday.



Arrests/citations reported Friday through Sunday:

Officers issued 20 traffic violation citations.


Incidents reported Friday through Sunday:

Officers issued 12 traffic warnings and assisted three motorists.




Law Enforcement

Brooklet Police – one call Friday, one call Saturday, two calls Sunday.

Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office – 21 calls Friday, 12 calls Saturday, 23 calls Sunday.

Candler County Sheriff’s Office six calls Friday, four calls Saturday, six calls Sunday.

Claxton Police – two calls Friday, no calls Saturday, one call Sunday.

Evans County Sheriff’s Office – five calls Friday, three calls Saturday, two calls Sunday.

Georgia State Patrol – 18 calls Friday, eight calls Saturday, five calls Sunday.

Georgia Southern University Police – one call Saturday.

Metter Police – three calls Friday, nine calls Saturday, five calls Sunday.

Portal Police –two calls Friday, one call Saturday, no calls Sunday.

Statesboro Police – 23 calls Friday, 31 calls Saturday, 33 calls Sunday.


Fire Departments

Bulloch County Fire Department – two calls Friday; three calls Saturday; three calls Sunday.

Statesboro Fire Department – two calls Friday; two calls Saturday; one call Sunday.

Metter Fire Department –one call Friday.

Evans County Fire and Rescue – one call Saturday and two calls Sunday.


Emergency Medical Service

Bulloch County EMS

Friday – three accident calls, one coroner call, seven first responder calls, one rescue call and 28 medical calls.

Saturday– three accident calls, eight first responder calls, 29 medical calls.

Sunday–two accident calls, five first responder calls, 25 medical calls.


Candler County EMS

Friday – nine medical calls.

Saturday– five medical calls.

Sunday– one accident calls, 10 medical calls.


Evans County EMS

Friday – one accident calls, four medical calls.

Saturday– three medical calls.

Sunday– one medical call.


Calls to other agencies

911 hang-ups – 65 calls Friday; 93 calls Saturday; 62 calls Sunday.

Air Evac – two calls Friday; four calls Saturday; two calls Sunday.

Bryan County 911  – two calls Friday; one call Saturday.

Bulloch Humane Enforcement – one call Sunday.

Emanuel County 911 – one call Friday; two calls Saturday; two calls Sunday.

Screven County 911 - one call Saturday; one call Sunday.

Tattnall County 911 – one call Sunday.

Poison Control Center – one call Friday.

Bulloch Correctional Institute – one call Friday, one call Sunday.

Toombs County 911 –one call Saturday.


— Compiled by Holli Deal Saxon