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Police report, 8/1/19
Deputies responded to a reported domestic dispute and found one person involved “already packed up to leave.” The woman was taken to Candler County.
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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

➤ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office

▲ Steven Alexander Henry, 39, Kennedy Bridge Road, Register — criminal trespass, public intoxication.

▲ Antonio Maurice Huff, 31, Edgefield Highway, Aiken, South Carolina — entering auto, second-degree criminal damage to property, possession of tools for commission of a crime.


➤ Statesboro Police Department

▲ Randall Sabastion McKee, 20, Brampton Avenue — purchase, manufacture, sale or distribution of marijuana; possession of less than an ounce of marijuana; possession/use of drug-related objects.

▲ Koran Sean Robinson, 19, Robin Hood Trail — DUI/less safe, stop sign violation, possession/use of drug-related objects, underage possession of alcohol.

▲ Jessica Leigh Smith, 38, Findley Cemetery Road, Lyons — criminal trespass, two counts of theft by deception.

▲ Charles Mark Smith, 67, Union Street, Newington — public intoxication, criminal trespass.


➤ Georgia State Patrol Post 45

▲ Rodrigo Sanchez, 26, Highway 301 South — driving without a valid license, stop sign violation, failure of driver to exercise due care.


➤ Georgia Southern University Police

▲ Cedric Levon Brown, 20, Statesboro Place Circle — four counts of financial transaction card fraud.


➤ Department of Community Supervision

▲ Christopher Allen Fulghum, 35, Beebee Road, Springfield — felony probation violation.


INCIDENTS

➤ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office

▲ GREENHAVEN MOBILE HOME PARK — Deputies responded to a reported domestic dispute and found one person involved “already packed up to leave.” The woman was taken to Candler County.

▲ R.L. LEE ROAD — A woman called deputies to handle a situation caused by a mentally ill adult male who was yelling and accusing her of taking his money. EMS had to transport the man due to a previous injury for which he was being treated. A deputy noted the offender could possibly harm the complainants.

▲ PINE INN ESTATES — A person was arrested on criminal trespass charges.


➤ Statesboro Police Department

▲ FOSS STREET — A man said his brother tried to hit him and damaged a vehicle.

▲ HIGHWAY 67 — Someone reported a theft by shoplifting at an undisclosed location.

▲ LANIER DRIVE — Officers responded to a reported domestic dispute.

▲ SOUTH MAIN STREET — An unwanted person who refused to leave was charged with public intoxication and criminal trespass.


➤ Georgia Southern University Police

▲ Officers issued three traffic citations and one traffic warning and assisted one motorist. 

 

BULLOCH CENTRAL 911 REPORTS

➤ Law Enforcement Agencies

▲ Brooklet Police Department — two calls.

▲ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office — 26 calls.

▲ Candler County Sheriff’s Office — seven calls.

▲ Claxton Police Department — three calls.

▲ Evans County Sheriff’s Department — two calls.

▲ Georgia State Patrol — seven calls.

▲ Metter Police Department — three calls.

▲ Statesboro Police Department — 32 calls.

 

➤ Fire Departments

▲ Bulloch County Fire Department — two calls.

▲ Statesboro Fire Department — three calls.

▲ Metter Fire Department — three calls.

 

➤ Emergency Medical Services

▲ Bulloch County EMS — one accident call, one coroner call, two first-responder calls and 27 medical calls.

▲ Candler County EMS — one accident call and seven medical calls.

▲ Evans County 911 — three medical calls.


➤ Calls to Other Agencies

▲ 911 hang-ups — 41 calls.

▲ Air Evac — two calls.

▲ Bryan County 911 — two calls.

▲ Emergency medical transports — eight calls.


— compiled by Holli Deal Saxon