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/
Statesboro Police, Bulloch County Sheriff, Georgia Southern University, and Georgia State Patrol arrests made Friday through Sunday will be reported Tuesday.
Brooklet Police Department
Joseph Bryant, 27, Stiles Street, Statesboro — DUI, failure to maintain lane, headlight violations.
Statesboro Police, Bulloch County Sheriff, Georgia Southern University, and Georgia State Patrol incidents occurring Friday through Sunday will be reported Tuesday.
Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
ARTHUR NUBERN ROAD — (Pembroke) A man said a woman threatened his and his children’s safety during a phone call.
PEACHTREE STREET — (Statesboro) When a deputy made a traffic stop, everyone on the porch of a nearby home went inside. After the traffic stop was resolved, deputies spoke with the residents of the home and discovered a man was wanted on outstanding warrants. He also has marijuana in his possession, and was arrested.
RESERVE ROAD — (Statesboro) A woman said her nephew became enraged while under the influence of drugs and alcohol and struck her in the face. He also made rude comments, she said. He was found hiding behind the home and was arrested.
PAMELA WAY — A man found a juvenile in his daughter’s closet, naked. The juvenile male and his daughter had been having sex, he said. The father said the offending male had been told several times not to come to his home. Both juveniles were arrested.
WOODYARD LANE — (Brooklet) A man and woman argued over a fence. The man was cleaning property for another neighbor and the fence owner, whom he said was loudly using profanity in the presence of children, warned them not to touch her fence.
LANGSTON CHAPEL ROAD — (Statesboro) A deputy on patrol had to swerve to avoid striking a man sitting on the fog line in front of a mail box. The man was drunken, under 21, covered in mud from having lain in a mud puddle, and was arrested.
TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH — (Nevils) A package containing a $1 bill, noted to be a donation to the church, raised suspicion. The UPS package cost more than the donation to be shipped from Nevada.
THOMKIN DRIVE — (Statesboro) A deputy saw a man in a truck pulling another man in a chair with a rope. The driver was charged with DUI.
LANGSTON CHAPEL ROAD — (Statesboro) A man who almost struck a deputy’s patrol car as he drove recklessly told the deputy he was a designated driver and was showing off for fraternity brothers. He was arrested for DUI after admitting having had a few beers and testing positive for inebriation over the limit.
DRY BRANCH VILLAGE — A woman called deputies after a man grading the trailer park roads with a tractor became angry when she passed him and threatened her.
MATHEWS ROAD — A woman reported the theft of a wedding band set, DirecTV satellite box and DVD player.
U.S. HIGHWAY 80 EAST — (Brooklet) A man reported the theft of a black 1988 Chevrolet S-10 truck.
MCELVEEN-KENDRICKS ROAD — (Brooklet) A woman reported getting threatening calls from her daughter’s ex-boyfriend from Ohio.
STONEY BROOK COURT — (Statesboro) A man sitting at his mailbox told deputies he wanted to go to jail because he hit his wife, with whom he was arguing over a missing medical device for their son. The wife said the man never hit her, that he just wanted to leave the home.
ARCOLA ROAD — (Brooklet) For the sixth time, firefighters were called to extinguish dumpster fires.
BONNETTE ROAD — (Portal) A man told deputies a woman in his home was drinking and smoking crack. He said he picked up three crack rocks for her earlier. She denied using anything but alcohol and was taken to another location for the night as a way to end the dispute.
MACEDONIA ROAD — (Clito) A man and woman argued over their physical relationship.
Brooklet Police Department
Officers issued one citation each for the following violations: failure to maintain lane, headlight violations, unregistered or unlicensed vehicle, open container, and DUI refusal.
Bulloch County Animal Shelter
The shelter reported the following activity during the week of Aug. 19-25.
Surrendered by citizens — 10 dogs and 23 cats from rural county areas; a dog and nine cats from City of Statesboro.
Collected by officers — six dogs and 28 cats from rural county areas; three dogs and six cats from City of Statesboro.
Adopted from shelter — eight dogs and three cats.
Reclaimed by owners — no dogs or cats.
Died at shelter — a dog and 12 cats.
Euthanized — 23 dogs and three cats.
Fees collected - $490.
— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg