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Police report -7-28-16; A woman said her ex-spouse stole $300 worth of her clothing.
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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.

Statesboro Police Department
    Carrah Rae Barnard, 34, Plantation Way, Rincon — theft by shoplifting.
    Synquasha Kendaria Brown, 20, Park Place Apartments — obstruction.
    Catherine Elain Evans, 20, Stambuk Lane — obstruction, aggressive driving.
    Robert Alan Wilson, 41, North Gwenette Street — criminal trespass.
    Cieras Lashawn Smart, 23, Park Place Apartments — battery (family violence).

Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
    Davl Jaonte Brewton, 22, William H. Wilson Road — felony bench warrant.

Georgia State Patrol Post 45
    Charles Cooper, 53, Cedar Acres Road — DUI, suspended license.

Statesboro Police Department
    CARTER DRIVE — A man reported the theft of a computer hard drive from his mailbox.
    SOUTHERN DOWNS — A woman said her ex-spouse stole $300 worth of her clothing.
    BRAMPTON AVENUE — A woman said an unknown person calls her constantly, threatening her.
    TOBACCO AND MORE/SOUTH MAIN STREET — A man reported a shattered window.
    SOUTH MULBERRY STREET — A woman said someone broke her window while she slept.

Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
    GABBIE’S RUN — A woman reported indications of a break-in (pry marks) and said a TV was missing.
    A.J. RIGGS ROAD — A man said a woman’s husband threatened him with violence (shooting him in the face) after he refused to let the offender talk to the woman (at her instruction.) The woman was the caller’s wife and she did not want to talk to him due to a custody dispute.
    BRANNEN LAKE ROAD — A man said his wife’s brother passed away in May and someone placed locks on the property preventing her, as executrix, to inspect the property. The listed offender is the deceased man’s wife, who lives on the property. Each was instructed to contact attorneys.
    HIGHWAY 80 EAST — A woman said someone ripped wires from a sprinkler system box.
    WIGFALL ROAD — Deputies met with a man regarding alleged “enticing a child for indecent purposes” involving his 15-year-old daughter as a victim.
    ASH BRANCH CHURCH ROAD — A man said another male knocked on his door wanting in, but he closed the door and told him to leave. Another witness found the man in the roadway, and when the man tried to approach, the second witness left. Deputies found the man, sweating profusely, in the middle of a road and took him home.

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

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

Emergency Medical Services
    Bulloch County EMS — two accident calls, one first-responder call, one rescue call and 22 medical calls.
    Candler County EMS — one fire call and three medical calls.
    Evans County EMS —  one accident call and four medical calls.

Other Agencies
    911 hang-ups — 46 calls.
    Bryan County 911 — one call.
    Bulloch County Humane Enforcement — one call.
    Bulloch County Correctional Institute — one call.
    Emanuel County 911 — one call.

— compiled by Holli Deal Saxon