Note: Arrest information, including spelling of names and addresses, is taken from Bulloch County Jail reports. Incident information comes from reports by agencies indicated. These are public records available for review at the respective local law enforcement agencies. Not every arrest leads to a conviction. Guilt or innocence is determined by the court system.
➤ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
▲ Denis Andrew George, 64, Gus Denmark Lane — DUI/refused test.
▲ Teresa Del Sagrario Guerera, 36, Main Street, Cobbtown — suspended registration, driving without a license.
▲ Robert William Nesmith, 37, Front Run Drive, Pembroke — theft by taking, parole violation.
➤ Statesboro Police Department
▲ Deshawn Anthony Ficklin, 25, Lanier Drive — suspended license, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
▲ Devon Andrew Harris, 24, Montego Way — suspended licensed, failure to obey traffic device.
▲ Robert Delton Puckett, 36, Westbrooke Drive — battery/family violence.
▲ William Grady Stargel, 36, Tellie Akins Road, Claxton — simple battery.
▲ Willie Edward James, 68, North Grady Street, Claxton — criminal trespass.
▲ Ethel Maria lee, 54, Ivory Street — suspended license, stop sign violation, two counts child restraint violation.
▲ Ashleigh Jordan Marlin, 23, North Main Street — wanted person (Jenkins County).
▲ Jordan Parham, 29, Laurel Road, (city address unknown), TN — DUI/less safe, failure to maintain lane, possession/use of drug-related objects.
➤ Georgia State Patrol Post 45
▲ Guyton Alexander Norman, 23, Lanier Drive — speeding, DUI/less safe/drugs, driving without a license, seat belt violation.
➤ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
▲ HIGHWAY 46 — A woman said her ex-boyfriend calls her with accusations that she is not caring for her juvenile daughter. She said she previously caused him to be arrested, and he has made calls trying to cause her trouble over the allegations about her daughter's care.
▲ W.C. HODGES ROAD — A man reported the theft of a homemade pine straw collection box.
▲ SHEPPARD LUMBER — Someone reported theft of a vehicle.
▲ BRUISER CIRCLE — Deputies responding to a report of shots fired arrested one man on obstruction charges after he was belligerent and denied firing a gun, in spite of empty shells being found. Two others, who were honest about having been shooting, were warned. (The shots were fired in a residential area.)
▲ BURKHALTER ROAD — A large crowd was dispersed without incident.
▲ CHAMPION BOULEVARD — Deputies dispersed a large crowd of people without incident.
▲ CEDARWOOD ACRES MOBILE HOME PARK — A woman called deputies because three juveniles at school were threatening her daughter via Facebook, stating they would beat her up because she "told on them." The victim said she did not know what they were talking about.
▲ COWBOY WAY — A woman said a package that was delivered from Etsy.com had been stolen.
▲ BILLY MIKELL ROAD — Deputies responded to a domestic dispute between a man and woman over rent money. The man didn’t have the rent money and the woman placed a box of his belongings outside the residence in an effort to make him leave. However, deputies told the woman the eviction would have to be done legally, in magistrate court.
▲ BECKY DRIVE — Two men argued over ownership of a car that had belonged to their deceased brother. Deputies, after a brief investigation, told them it was a civil matter to be determined by magistrate court.
▲ CLITO ROAD/WC HODGES ROAD — A man was struck in the head by a boom when another man drove a “highboy” sprayer into a field with the boom lowered. The man sustained injuries and was transported to a hospital, but is in stable condition.
▲ BROOKLET-DENMARK ROAD — A woman showed a deputy texts from her husband whom she said threatened her. She said he told her she would “need a ‘hurst’ (hearse)” and that her juvenile daughter would be next.
▲ STEEPLECHASE COURT — A woman called deputies after she overheard boys talking as her juvenile daughter walked up the driveway after getting off the bus. One boy said “No, I can’t do that man, she’s too young,” she said. Reports did not state what the boy meant or whether deputies questioned him.
▲ T.E. GLISSON ROAD — A woman said two men came to her house, and one placed his foot in the door and demanded money. The other called her a vulgar name when she said she had no money and they left in an older green Honda car, she said.
▲ WREN LANE — A man shot in the leg and who was being treated at the hospital, said the wound was made by an accidental discharge of the weapon by a friend.
➤ Statesboro Police Department
▲ WAL-MART SUPERCENTER — A person was cited for shoplifting $140 worth of consumable goods.
In a separate case, a person was cited for shoplifting $90 worth of groceries.
▲ SUCCESS COURT — Two people were arrested after a domestic dispute, charged with disorderly conduct.
▲ NORTHSIDE DRIVE EAST — A woman said someone punched her in the face during a dispute. Police arrested the offender.
▲ GENTILLY ROAD — Someone called police during an argument over sleeping arrangements in their home.
▲ LANIER DRIVE/ROBIN HOOD TRAIL — Officers saw a woman yelling obscenities at a man and appearing as if she were trying to fight. She was charged with disorderly conduct.
▲ STOCKYARD ROAD — Two employees argued and one struck the other. The victim did not want to press charges.
▲ JOHNSON STREET — Two people were arrested for fighting with each other.
▲ VETERAN’S MEMORIAL PARKWAY/NORTHSIDE DRIVE EAST — An intoxicated man staggering in the roadway and not using the crosswalk was arrested on charges of pedestrian under the influence.
▲ ROBIN HOOD TRAIL — Officers responded to a verbal dispute.
▲ SOUTH MAIN STREET — One person threatened another during a verbal dispute. The offender left the scene before police arrived.
▲ BERMUDA RUN ROAD — Officers responded to a call regarding a simple battery and dispute and ended up speaking to another complainant in a separate case. Then, they charged someone with criminal trespass.
▲ JOHNSON STREET — A person was arrested after a victim claimed injury during a dispute.
▲ LANIER DRIVE — A woman told an officer she had been in a physical fight with her boyfriend. She was given information on seeking warrants.
▲ VARIOUS LOCATIONS — Police responded to 11 traffic accidents Monday and Tuesday.
➤ Georgia Southern University Police
▲ Officers issued three traffic citations and two traffic warnings and assisted six motorists.
▲ ROSENWALD BUILDING — A suspicious person or activity report was logged, and case reported "closed," after 9:20 a.m. Saturday.
▲ COLLEGE OF EDUCATION — A burglar alarm was determined to have been accidentally triggered.
▲ 'C' PARKING LOT — GS police logged a reported "entering auto" incident as under investigation.
▲ LOT 21 — A motor vehicle accident was reported just after 3 p.m. Saturday.
▲ CENTENNIAL PLACE — A drug complain resulted in judicial referral.
▲ SOCCER AND TRACK FACILITY — An injury was reported after 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
▲ PLANT DRIVE AT CHANDLER ROAD — An arrest was made for underage possession of alcohol and false ID.
▲ SOUTHERN COURTYARD — Making an arrest around midnight Saturday, police reported the incident type as "public indecency, public drunkenness, obstructing law enforcement officer, false ID, underage possession of alcohol."
A separate call had been logged around 11 p.m., incident type "noise violation, obstruction of law enforcement officer," disposition "closed."
▲ LOT 41 — A motor vehicle accident was reported.
▲ PAULSON STADIUM — A 3:17 a.m. Sunday fire alarm was determined to have been a false alarm.
▲ HERTY/HOLLIS LOT — Someone reported a suspicious person.
▲ Officers issued one traffic citation and no traffic warnings and assisted two motorists Tuesday.
▲ OLD REGISTER ROAD — Someone reported property damage.
▲ CENTENNIAL PLACE — Someone was judicially referred to university authorities for discipline over a drug complaint. There were no criminal charges.
▲ SOUTHERN COURTYARD — After officers responded to a suspicious person and fire alarm call, someone was judicially referred for discipline.
▲ SOUTHERN PINES — Police are actively investigating a report of simple battery and criminal trespass.
BULLOCH 911 REPORTS
➤ Law Enforcement Agencies
▲ Brooklet Police Department — one call Tuesday.
▲ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office — 24 calls Monday, 19 calls Tuesday.
▲ Candler County Sheriff’s Office — seven calls Monday, three calls Tuesday.
▲ Claxton Police Department — two calls Monday, two calls Tuesday.
▲ Evans County Sheriff’s Department — three calls Monday, one call Tuesday.
▲ Georgia State Patrol — seven calls Monday, five calls Tuesday.
▲ Georgia Southern University Police — one call Monday, one call Tuesday.
▲ Metter Police Department — five calls Monday, seven calls Tuesday.
▲ Statesboro Police Department — 33 calls Monday, 27 calls Tuesday.
➤ Fire Departments
▲ Bulloch County Fire Department — one call Monday, two calls Tuesday.
▲ Statesboro Fire Department — three calls Monday, six calls Tuesday.
▲ Metter Fire Department — two calls Monday.
▲ Claxton Fire Department — one call Monday, one call Tuesday.
➤ Emergency Medical Service
▲ Bulloch County EMS/Monday — three accident calls, six first-responder calls and 20 medical calls.
▲ Bulloch County EMS/Tuesday — two accident calls, four first-responder calls and 27 medical calls.
▲ Candler County EMS/Monday — two accident calls and four medical calls.
▲ Candler County EMS/Tuesday — five medical calls
▲ Evans County 911/Monday — one first-responder call and eight medical calls.
▲ Evans County 911/Tuesday — no medical calls.
➤ Other Agencies
▲ 911 hang-ups — 39 calls Monday, 56 calls Tuesday.
▲ Air Evac — two calls Monday.
▲ Bryan County 911 — one call Tuesday.
▲ Bulloch County Humane Enforcement — one call Monday, one call Tuesday.
▲ Emanuel County 911 — one call Tuesday.
▲ Screven County 911 — three calls Monday.
▲ Emergency medical dispatches -- seven calls Monday, 10 calls Tuesday.
▲ Jacksonville, Fla. police — one call Monday.
— compiled by Holli Deal Saxon