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Police report -9-14-17; A juvenile male was arrested for shoplifting a $50 watch.
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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
    Clarence Bernard Allison, 70, Carlton Lane — theft by shoplifting.
    William Brian Anderson, 58, Ephesus Church Road, Register — public intoxication.
    Rebecca Leigh Brady, 34, Granade Street — criminal use of an item with an altered ID mark, possession of a drug-related object.
    Alexandria Nicole Melvin, 27, Clifton Road — suspended license.
    Maria Rosie Ramsey, 51, Hunter’s Road, Sylvania — six counts deposit account fraud.
    Labais Duuwan Cope, 19, Garrard Avenue. Savannah — felony theft by shoplifting, wanted person (Chatham County).
    Megan Louise Owens, 26, Olliftown Road, Metter — probation violation.
 
Statesboro Police Department
    Demetrius Donaldson, 51, Bobby Donaldson Avenue — bench warrant.
    Lamarrio Dontez Johnson, 29, South College Street — criminal trespass, pedestrian under the influence.
    Jobil Gordon Wallace, 46, Lanier Drive — battery, family violence battery, false imprisonment, three counts third-degree cruelty to children/family violence.
    Antwon Deangelo Johnson, 33, Lawtion Road, Sylvania — wanted person (Sylvania Police).
    Austin Grant Lester, 20, Church Street, Vidalia — possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
    Nathan Virgel Swain, 46, Jay Bird Springs Road, Chauncey — wanted person.

Georgia Southern University Police
    Joshua Cornelius Evans, 30, Chandler Road — possession of firearms by a convicted felon or firs offender, giving false information.

INCIDENTS
Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
    HIGHWAY 119 — A big container trailer stolen from Savannah Rover Logistics was found, with tires stolen and several lines cut.
    ELDORA ROAD — A person was served with a criminal trespass warning after deputies responded to a disturbance that had taken place previously.
    BRANNEN LAKE ROAD — A woman reported undisclosed items taken from an enclosed trailer.
    ADABELLE ROAD — An Infiniti Q56 stolen from Atlanta was found on the side of the road, hood up, windows down and the battery missing.
    A to Z TRUCK STOP — Someone noticed gas prices rose from $2.69 a gallon to $3.19 a gallon during the period before Hurricane Irma occurred, and reported suspected price gouging to the sheriff’s department. Deputies responded, saw the gas prices, and asked the owner why they were so high. He refused to give them an answer at first,  repeating “sorry,” but later admitted to having raised the prices to make a profit. Deputies asked to see his paperwork on a recent delivery. The man agreed to lower prices, but as deputies went by later, the prices were still higher than other outlets at $2.99 a gallon. The case was documented.
    OLNEY STATION DRIVE —A woman kicked another woman and a man out of her home due to their fighting. She allowed the woman to stay as a guest but told the man he had to leave. The man was angry because the female offender did not leave with him, and someone called deputies. The man finally agreed to go to Guyton.
    HIGHWAY 80 EAST — Someone drilled holes in the gas tanks of a woman’s vehicles, stealing the gas (about $10 worth) and causing $750 in damages.
    PULASKI HIGHWAY — Someone reported the theft of a green Kawasaki 250 ATV with plywood on the back and a metal milk crate on front; two nonworking Poulan chainsaws and red custom-welded utility trailer from an open storage barn.
    NEVILS GROVELAND ROAD — Deputies responded of a reported burglary. No further information was provided in reports.

Statesboro Police Department
    SOUTH MAIN STREET — Someone reported the theft of a TV.
    KMART — A shoplifting suspect was arrested after being stopped in the Belk parking lot, having left Kmart. The offender reportedly took the following from Kmart, which were recovered; a camcorder, batteries, makeup, a hand power tool,
    BELK — A juvenile male was arrested for shoplifting a $50 watch.
    ARUBA AVENUE — A man said another male pulled a gun and pointed it at him as he walked down the street. The offender was not located.

Georgia Southern University Police
    Officers issued no traffic citations and no traffic warnings and assisted one motorist.
    CHANDLER ROAD — Police responded to a report of a suspicious person.
    M.C. ANDERSON BASKETBALL COURTS — Someone reported a theft.

BULLOCH 911 REPORTS
Law Enforcement Agencies
    Brooklet Police Department — three calls.
    Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office — 25 calls.
    Candler County Sheriff’s Office — eight calls.
    Claxton Police Department — seven calls.
    Evans County Sheriff’s Office — five calls.
    Georgia State Patrol — nine calls.
    Georgia Southern University Police — no calls.
    Metter Police Department — seven calls.
    Portal Police Department — no calls.
    Statesboro Police Department — 24 calls.

Fire Departments
    Bulloch County Fire Department — seven calls.
    Statesboro Fire Department — three calls.
    Evans County Fire & Rescue — two calls.

Emergency Medical Services
    Bulloch County EMS — two accident calls, three first-responder calls and 18 medical calls.
    Candler County EMS — one accident call and six medical calls.
    Evans County EMS — three medical calls.

Other Agencies
    911 hang-ups — 59 calls.
    Air Evac — one call.
    Bryan County 911 —three calls.
    Bulloch County Humane Enforcement — one call.
    Bulloch County Correctional Institute — one call.
    Georgia Department of Transportation — one call.
    Emanuel County 911 — one call.
    Excelsior EMC — one call.
    Georgia Power — two calls.
    Screven County 911 — two calls.
    Appling County 911 — one call.

— compiled by Holli Deal Saxon