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Police Report - 9-11-12; A man was arrested after punching several people.
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    Gabriel Lucas Pinto, 18, Cherokee Street, Kennesaw — underage possession of alcohol, obstruction, disorderly conduct.
    Joseph Toby, 21, Nassau Drive — wanted person.
    Robert Neal Scott, 54, Statesboro Highway, Sylvania — cocaine possession, windshield violation.
    Brian Christopher Carr, 27, King’s Store Road, Floyd, Va. — public intoxication, obstruction.

    EAGLE VILLAGE — A man was arrested after punching several people in a group. He was intoxicated and under 21.
    GARDEN DISTRICT APARTMENTS — A woman reported being raped by a man she knows.
    FIREHOUSE SUBS — A trailer, miter saw, cooking pots, paper goods and other items were stolen.
    WOODROW CIRCLE — A man and woman argued and he grabbed her, then fled.
    EAST MAIN STREET — A man said his ex-girlfriend showed up at his house with another man to retrieve her belongings, and she shoved and slapped him.
    DAZZLE NAILS — A man entered and started an argument with staff and struck a man recording the incident with a video camera. The victim suffered visible injuries.
    THE LODGE APARTMENTS — A man and woman argued and physically struggled over $50.
    RETRIEVERS — A man was forced to leave after a dispute over a bar tab.
    HUMMINGBIRD CIRCLE — A ceramic crane was stolen.
    THE POINTE AT SOUTHERN — A man and woman fought with each other but because of conflicting stories, neither was arrested.

    Robert Michael Jason Adams, 34, Blue Springs Road, Newington — suspended license.
    Davious Marques Boyd, 22, Jule Street — probation violation.
    Nikkalus Norman Cross, 22, Oak Street — public intoxication, disorderly conduct.
    Raven Racquel Davis, 25, Dry Branch Village, Register — battery.
    James Leonard Wilson, 33, Dry Branch Village, Register — battery.
    Jonathan Colt Brockingham, 17, Earl Boykin Street, Odum — underage possession of alcohol, obstruction.
    Amber Marie Brown, 23, Hawk Lane — public intoxication, disorderly conduct.
    Joseph Anthony Napier, 18, Broomstraw Trace, Ellabell — second-degree criminal damage to property, discharging a firearm near a highway, reckless conduct, pointing a firearm at another.
    William Vinallen Powell, 52, Cypress Pointe Road, Soperton — violation of a family violence order, stalking.
    Miriam Yvette Williams, 49, Garfield Street — criminal trespass.
    Joseph Kendell Gatlin, 23, Herschel Drive — DUI.

    BRAGG CHESTER ROAD — (Statesboro) A man reported the theft of metal pipes.
    LANGSTON CHAPEL ROAD — (Statesboro) A man said someone stole speakers, tools and other items from his vehicle. He suspected his estranged wife, who had a keyless remote unlocking device.
    BULLOCH BLUFF — (Statesboro) Excelsior EMC reported the theft of a utility pole and other electrical units.
    CLITO ROAD — (Clito) A man said hogs that escaped their pen caused $400 in damage to crops.
    U.S. HIGHWAY 25/ROCKY FORD ROAD — (Portal) A woman was driving recklessly, following a man and swerving at him, trying to stop him to talk about their recently ended relationship. At one point she tried blocking his path by standing outside her car with an aluminum baseball bat. She was arrested; no injuries were reported, but she did wreck her car.
    DRY BRANCH VILLAGE — (Register) A man became angry and physically attacked a woman who said she was leaving him. The attack happened in her kid’s presence.
    BROOKFIELD ROAD — (Brooklet) A man reported several power tools stolen.

    Between Friday and Sunday, troopers issued four seat belt tickets, three child restraint violation tickets, 29 speeding  tickets and a total of 51 citations overall.

    Between Friday and Sunday, troopers investigated 16 crashes with one injury; stopped 137 vehicles; assisted two motorists; patrolled 1,760 miles; and issued one seat belt violation warning, 75 speeding warnings and a total of 103 warnings.

    Officers issued three traffic citations Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
    London Troy Garrity, 21, address unlisted, Statesboro — marijuana possession, possession of drug-related objects.
    Rachel Nicole Booth, 22, address unlisted, Statesboro — DUI (refused test) and failure to maintain lane.
    Jeremy Alexander Callaway, 19, Ellenwood — marijuana possession, failure to obey a traffic control device.
    Bradley Austin Boswell, 18, Savannah — underage possession of alcohol, felony obstruction.

    Officers issued 13 traffic warnings and assisted 14 motorists Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
  HENDERSON LIBRARY —  Officers responded to a subject using profanity and insulting patrons.  The subject was located, identified and banned from Georgia Southern University property.
    FREEDOM’S LANDING — Officers responded to a drug complaint at Freedom’s Landing and arrested a man on drug charges.
    SOUTHERN PINES — Someone reported clothes stolen from a dryer.
Law Enforcement Reports
    Central 911 Dispatchers issued the following calls Friday - Sunday:
    Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department/Friday — 16 calls.
    Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department/Saturday — 21 calls.
    Bulloch County Sheriff’s Department/Sunday — 14 calls.

    Statesboro Police Department/Friday — 29 calls.
    Statesboro Police Department/Saturday — 41 calls.
    Statesboro Police Department/Sunday — 36 calls.

    Georgia Southern University Police/Friday — no calls.
    Georgia Southern University Police/Saturday — one call.
    Georgia Southern University Police/Sunday — no calls.
    Georgia State Patrol/Friday — seven   calls.
    Georgia State Patrol/Saturday — five calls.
    Georgia State Patrol/Sunday — five calls.

— compiled by Holli Deal Bragg