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Police Report 7-7-11; FOXRIDGE APARTMENTS A man reported the theft of a laptop computer.
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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.

    Gary Allen Hunter, 60, Big Branch Estates, Claxton — public intoxication.
    Nathaniel Williams, 58, Oakcrest Drive — suspended license.
    Arthur James McClellon, 27, Poplar Street — probation violation.
    Kyisha T. Love, 20, Savoi Road, Claxton — criminal; trespass, giving false information.
    Shakiya J. Anderson, 19, North River Street, Claxton — criminal trespass.
    Jasimane Lovett, 19, Packinghouse Road — wanted person.
    Chere Latice Anderson, 27, South Main Street — theft by shoplifting.
    Chavola Concheda Staley, 23, Packinghouse Road — third offense theft by shoplifting.
    Lester Naygarden, 40, unlisted address (Statesboro) battery, third degree cruelty to children.
    Toni Oglesby Burke, 58, Isaac Akins Road — failure to maintain lane, DUI drugs.
    Robert Mills, 22, address unlisted (Statesboro) — driving without a valid license, wanted person, giving false information.
    Aaron Lovel Lee, 27, West Jones Avenue — driving without a valid license, seat belt violation.
    Tyler William Koontz, 25, Akins Pond Road — failure to maintain lane, second offense DUI.

    DUNKIN’ DONUTS – A woman said an MP3 player, camera and paycheck were stolen from her car.
    NORTHSIDE DRIVE — A woman told police a man yelled threats at her.
    KMART — Two women were arrested for shoplifting clothes and shoes. In a separate incident, an officer questioned a woman sitting alone in a car in the parking lot, asking where the driver was. She said he and another man were in Waffle House, the officer saw the men running from the restaurant and shined his flashlight on them. They made an abrupt turn and fled, hiding in bushes. When police located them, they had no explanation as to why they fled, and were arrested for loitering/prowling.
    GROOVER LANE — A man reported the theft of a laptop computer from his car, admitting he left the window down.
    RAYMOND STREET — A woman said a man hit her in the mouth. Police noted visible injuries.
    GORDON STREET — A woman reported a juvenile was touched in appropriately. Police are investigating.
    SOUTH COLLEGE STREET — A woman reported $100 stolen.
    MILL CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL — People parked at the school to watch ball games at the park returned to find someone stole purses from three cars.
    COPPER BEECH TOWNHOUSES — A woman suffered visible injuries to her neck after her boyfriend choked her, she said.
    NORTHSIDE DRIVE EAST — A woman said a man struck her, scratched her and threatened her via text and in person.
    SOUTHERN VILLAS — Police responded to a domestic dispute over money.
    STILES INN — A man said someone stole his wallet and $430.
    CLUBHOUSE — An unruly couple refused to leave, refused to pay for a video game and used profanity in cursing employees.
    STADIUM WALK APARTMENTS — A man reported another man shot street lights with a pellet gun after being told not to do so. The offender denied doing so at first but then admitted it and promised to pay for repairs.
    FOXRIDGE APARTMENTS — A man reported the theft of a laptop computer.
    EAGLE GATE APARTMENTS — A woman reported a broken window and stolen TV.
    HOT SPOTZ TANING — Someone broke a window and stole $28 in change.
    WHITESVILLE COMMUNITY CENTER — Someone broke in and stole paper towels and food.
    DOS PRIMOS — A man said another man threatened him and came to his work, verbally harassing him and “throwing gang signs.”
    JOHN’S PLACE — A client tried to escape by climbing into the ceiling.
    HEMCO — Someone stole copper piping from a heat pump/air conditioner unit.
    Darrel Eugene Speight, 45, Chances Mobile Home Park — probation violation.
    Jonathan Lee Sr., 45, Old Dill Road, Portal — parole violation, child support lockup (failure to pay).
    Tyler Lachlan Harrell, 17, Old Shellman Road, Townsend — gasoline drive-off.
    Justin David Bogges, 17, Woodard Avenue, Augusta — probation violation.
    Leroy Etheridge III, 46, Stiles Inn — felony child support lockup (failure to pay).

    MINCEY ROAD — (Brooklet) A man said someone entered his home and misplaced prescription medicines.
    MOORE BIRD ROAD — (Register) A woman and her sister were involved in a passionate argument because one sister told law enforcement about the other sister’s husband making methamphetamine. One sister refused to allow the other to get her belongings from a barn.
    LANE ROAD — (Statesboro) A woman reported someone entered her home and left a 32 ounce cup.

    Data for Friday through Tuesday
    Benny Norman Jenkins, 48, Pembroke — DUI (.218).
    Rozalyn Katrianne Summers,20, Garfield — DUI under 21 (.176).
    Jasimane Maria Lovett, 19, Packinghouse Road — DUI under 21 (refused test).
    Ida Cross Wigfall, 63, Register — DUI (refused test).
    Seatbelt citations – nine.
    Child restraint citations — four.
    Speeding citations — 63.
    Total citations — 117.

    Crashes investigated — nine.
    Fatalities reported — none.
    Total vehicle stops —195.
    Seat belt warnings —22.
    Child restraint warnings — three.
    Speeding warnings — 80. 
    Total warnings issued —169.
    Wanted persons apprehended — none.
    Stolen vehicles recovered — none.
    Road checks performed — nine.
    Motorists assisted — nine.
    Miles patrolled — 4,275.
    Sarah Emily Hartley, 18, Southern Pines — possession of Schedule I Drug, possession of marijuana and possession of a drug related object.
    John Chandler Jordon, 20, Decker Drive, Blairsville -underage possession of alcohol, obstruction of an officer and possession of a false I.D.

    Officers issued four traffic citations and two traffic warnings Tuesday.

—compiled by Holli Deal Bragg