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Police Report, 8-27-15: Deputies responded to a home where a man and woman argued over a cigarette.
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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.

Reports unavailable Wednesday.


Frankie Joyce Waters, 60, Bowen Road, Twin City - bench warrant.

Reported Monday:
HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH - Prescription medications, $200 in change and three rings were reportedly stolen in a burglary.
THE BARN MOBILE HOME PARK - A man said several men came to his home and accused him and his brothers of stealing items from a nearby residence. There had been an altercation between several men, including the accused, before deputies arrived. The complainant admitted hitting another man with a shovel, claiming he was defending himself on his own property. The complainant's brother also said that he had been struck in the face but did not know who hit him.
QUAIL DRIVE - A woman said her home was ransacked and medication, as well as a ring, were taken.
SUNCREST DRIVE - A woman called 911 to report that she and a neighbor were fighting physically. She said a man drove onto her property and spun tires, revving the engine. When she approached the man, he attacked her, threw her to the ground and stomped her, she said. While there were no visible signs of her being attacked or injured, she claimed that she sustained a shoulder injury and was taken by ambulance to the hospital. A witness told deputies that the female complainant slapped and pulled the man's ear during a verbal argument, but he turned away and didn't attack her.
 HIGHWAY 80 WEST - A man found a text on a woman's cellphone from another male, and an argument ensued. He wanted her to leave, but she told deputies she had nowhere to go.

Reported Tuesday:
CARRINGTON SOUTH DRIVE - A man was driving his sister's car when it caught fire. After the flames were doused, the car was towed.
ALMA LANE - Deputies responded to a home where a man and woman argued over a cigarette.
HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH/ADABELLE ROAD - Deputies performed a welfare check after Reidsville police contacted them about a possible kidnapping. The subject they checked said she was OK and needed no assistance.
PATRIOT INN/INTERSTATE 16 AND HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH - Deputies responded to a disturbance and warned parties involved to stay away from each other.
ROCKY FORD ROAD - Deputies were called to a reported domestic dispute. The people involved agreed to separate for the night, and both were given advice on seeking warrants.


Officers issued five traffic violation citations.

Officers issued eight traffic warnings and assisted four motorists.

Law Enforcement

Brooklet Police - one call.
Bulloch County Sheriff's Office - 20 calls.
Candler County Sheriff's Office - five calls.
Claxton Police - one call.
Evans County Sheriff's Office - one call.
Georgia State Patrol - three calls.
Georgia Southern University Police - three calls.
Metter Police - two calls.
Statesboro Police - 19 calls.

Fire Departments
Statesboro Fire Department - two calls.
Metter Fire Department - one call.
Claxton Fire Department - one call.
Georgia Forestry Commission/Evans County - one call.

Emergency Medical Services
Bulloch County EMS - one accident call, one coroner call, five first-responder calls and 27 medical calls.
Candler County EMS - three medical calls.
Evans County EMS - two first-responder calls and 10 medical calls.

Other Agencies
911 hang-ups - 73 calls.
Air Evac - one call.
Bulloch County Humane Enforcement - three calls.
Bulloch County Correctional Institute - one call.
Emanuel County 911 - one call.

- compiled by Holli Deal Saxon