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. Arrest photos are available for viewing at statesboroherald.com/arrests/
Bryan Michael James Brown, 25, Chandler Road — possession of a schedule III controlled substance, marijuana possession, loitering/prowling, obstruction.
Katherine Ruth White, 25, Burkhalter Road — suspended license.
Ashton Wade Screws, 17, Middleground Road — marijuana possession.
William Jakel Smith, 17, Deanna Drive — marijuana possession.
Geovanne Jose Cabrera, 19, Madison Chase Avenue, Boynton Beach, Fla. — wanted person, suspended license, speeding, seat belt (child) violation, giving false information.
Justin Bard McConaha, 27, South Mulberry Street — wanted person.
Jeremy J. Turner, 19, Georgia Highway 21, Springfield — marijuana possession.
Felicia Lace Morgan, 21, TS Deloach Lane, Brooklet — failure to obey traffic device, suspended license, open container, violation of a Class D License, DUI.
Nicholas Deion Johnson, 19, Boston Street, Metter — theft by shoplifting.
Lynette Donelle Henry, 35, West Jones Avenue — wanted person.
Celentria Valdora Rich, 32, Swallowtail Drive — wanted person.
Chalsantay Lashay Reddick, 22, Baldwin Street —probation violation.
Anna Noel Hodges, 18, Stambuk Lane — underage possession of alcohol, possession of a fictitious license.
Matthew Randall Hodges, 27, Brandon Street, Baxley — public intoxication.
Laurie Marie Newman, 39, Red Leaf Way, Martinez — theft by shoplifting.
Alyssa Akin, 19, no street address listed, Alexander — theft by shoplifting.
Alexis Debise Dyches, 19, Jim Strickland Road, Register — theft by shoplifting.
Lindsey Leigh Shackelford, 21, Shack Road, Register — theft by shoplifting.
Marcus Julian Williams, 21, Johnson Street — suspended license, speeding.
Frances Pringle Allen, 59, St. Matthews Church Road, Metter — theft by shoplifting.
Roy Powell Lockley, 60, Institute Street — probation violation.
SOUTHERN VILLAS —After responding to a suspicious person call, an officer and the suspect engaged in a physical fight. The officer subdued the suspect and charged him with drug possession, loitering and obstruction.
WALMART — A man shoplifted two boxes of condoms.
In a separate incident, three women stole razor refills and a razor.
A third incident involved a woman stealing housewares and hair products.
WEST JONES AVENUE — Two intoxicated women were arguing about groceries when someone called for police intervention.
NORTH ZETTEROWER AVENUE — A woman reported graffiti, profanity, done in fluorescent orange paint.
RUCKER LANE — A man at 111 South said he and several others were attacked by a group of unknown men.
LITTLE LOTTS CREEK APARTMENTS — A woman said her children’s father hit her in the head and broke a glass door in front of her kids.
PLATINUM LOUNGE — A woman reported a purse with $1,604 cash stolen from her vehicle. A car window was shattered.
THE FORUM — A Samsung tablet was found to be stolen after a man saw a strange man in his vehicle.
BULLOCH COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Information unavailable Monday.
GEORGIA STATE PATROL POST 45
Between Friday and Sunday, troopers issued one seat belt citation, 21 speeding citation and 32 total citations.
James Cotton, 27, Glennville — DUI (.211)
Frederick A. Grabenstein, 37, Plantation Pointe — DUI (.114)
Between Friday and Sunday, troopers investigated 14 crashes with seven reported injuries, stopped 42 vehicles, patrolled 1,475 miles and issued two seat belt warnings. They issued a child restraint warning, 17 speeding warnings and 30 total warnings, and assisted two motorists and conducted one security detail.
GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY POLICE
Officers issued six traffic citations Friday through Sunday.
Kiersten Renee Crye, 17, Eagle Village — possession of marijuana.
Walter Charles Jones Jr., 23, Rucker Lane — too fast for conditions and DUI.
Ryan Lowes Glover, 18, Milton — possession of alcohol under 21 years of age.
Austin Humphries Reagan, 19, Macon — possession of alcohol under 21 years of age and criminal trespass.
Jonathan Michael West, 19, Stadium Place Circle — possession of alcohol under 21 years of age and theft by taking.
Christopher Cole Faircloth, 20, Macon — possession of alcohol under 21 years of age.
Austin Taylor Knox, 18, Juliette — possession of alcohol under 21 years of age.
Officers issued nine traffic warnings and assisted eight motorists Friday through Sunday.
BIOLOGICAL SERVICES BUILDING — Officers responded in reference to a fire alarm. The fire alarm lights were activated and maintenance was investigating a complaint of a natural gas smell. The Statesboro Fire Department responded. The building was checked with no problems found.
DINING COMMONS — Officers responded in reference to a fire alarm. The Statesboro Fire Department responded. The alarm was activated by smoke or steam in an oven.
EAGLE VILLAS — Officers responded in reference to an unconscious person on the floor in the hallway. The unconscious person was arrested for underage possession of alcohol.
LANIER DRIVE — Officers assisted the Statesboro Police Department with three intoxicated persons in possession of GSU property. The three intoxicated persons were judicially referred to school officials.
GEORGIA AVENUE/CHANDLER ROAD — Officers discovered an intoxicated person who was judicially referred to school officials for punishment.
FREEDOM’S LANDING — Officers responded in reference to an unknown subject, intoxicated and unresponsive, in a room that he does not reside in. EMS was notified, responded but did not transport. The intoxicated person was judicially referred to school officials for punishment.
In a second incident, officers responded to Freedom’s Landing in reference to an intoxicated person in the wrong room. The intoxicated person was arrested.
BULLOCH COUNTY 911
Law Enforcement Reports
Central 911 Dispatchers issued the following calls Friday-Monday:
Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department — 12 calls Friday, 17 calls Saturday and 14 calls Sunday.
Statesboro Police Department — 17 calls Friday, 43 calls Saturday and 29 calls Sunday.
Georgia Southern University Police — one call Sunday.
Georgia State Patrol — 10 calls Friday, 12 calls Saturday and eight calls Sunday.
Candler County Sheriff’s Department — five calls Friday, six calls Saturday and four calls Sunday.
Evans County Sheriff’s Department — two calls Friday and three calls Saturday.
Claxton Police Department — one call Friday and two calls Saturday.
Metter Police Department — five calls Saturday and one call Sunday.
Portal Police Department — one call Friday.
Brooklet Police Department — one call Friday and four calls Saturday.
Fire Department Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Friday-Sunday:
Statesboro Fire Department — five calls Friday, three calls Saturday and one call Sunday.
Bulloch County Volunteer Firefighters — two calls Saturday and two calls Sunday.
Metter Fire Department — two calls Saturday.
Emergency Medical Service Reports
Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Friday-Sunday:
Bulloch County EMS — 14 medical calls Friday, one accident call and 14 medical calls Saturday, and one accident call and 16 medical calls Sunday.
Candler County EMS — six medical calls Friday, four medical calls Saturday and six medical calls Sunday.
Evans County EMS — two medical calls Friday, four medical calls Saturday and seven medical calls Sunday.
Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Friday: a call each to East Georgia State College Police, Effingham County 911, Tattnall County 911 and Bryan County 911.
Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Saturday: two calls to Bulloch County First Responders and three miscellaneous calls.
Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Sunday: two calls to Bulloch County First Responders, two calls to the Bulloch County Correctional Institute, a call to the Bulloch County coroner and a call to Bulloch County Humane Enforcement.
— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg