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Police Report, 9-16-15: A hotel employee said a coworker stole $12.02 worth of food.
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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.

Reported Monday:
Statesboro Police Department
Paula Jean Booth, 51, Friendship Church Road - suspended license.
Charles Bradley Henderson, 27, Highway 80 West, Portal - marijuana possession, windshield/windshield wiper violation, suspended license.
Calvin Les McMillan, 34, Packinghouse Road - registration/tag violation, driving without a license.
Desiree Patrice Parker, 24, Palmer Row, Millen - driving without a valid license, headlights violation.
Tavarris Keyronn Turner, 24, Chandler Road - simple battery, false imprisonment, criminal trespass.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Office
Nicholas Avery Knight, 22, Alex Knight Road, Brooklet - probation violation.
Michael Wayman Owens, 34, Old Register Way - probation violation, marijuana possession, obstruction, aggravated assault against a peace officer.
Domenica Racquel Porter, 19, Peaceful Lane, Portal - battery (family violence).
Traveion Jaumoro Weaver, 33, East Olliff Street - sale, purchase, distribution, manufacture or possession of marijuana.
Katherine Leigh Conner, 23, Pinewood Court - criminal attempt to commit a crime.

Georgia Southern University
Nicholas Eric Seymour, 18, Lanier Drive - underage possession of alcohol, marijuana possession, possession of a drug related object.
Marquietta Janae Green, 19, Brampton Avenue - simple battery, obstruction.

Reported Monday:
Statesboro Police Department
BRAMPTON AVENUE - A woman told police someone threatened her verbally and cursed her.
CHANDLER ROAD - A man was arrested for false imprisonment, simple battery and criminal trespass. Reports gave no additional information.
STATESBORO PLACE CIRCLE - A man and woman became involved in a physical fight, and each told police they would seek a restraining order against the other.
QUALITY INN - A hotel employee told police another employee took more food than he or she paid for - $12.02 worth.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Office
LANGSTON CHAPEL ROAD - A man reported seeing another man trying to break into a neighbor's home. The suspect said he was mistakenly at the wrong residence, trying to pick up his friend.
WILLIAMS ROAD/VETERAN'S MEMORIAL PARKWAY - A woman reported the theft of her black 2003 Nissan Sentra that had broken down. No local wrecker yards said they picked up the car, so it was entered into the Georgia Crime Information Center as stolen.
CLIFTON ROAD - A juvenile male called 911 to report his stepfather threw things at him and he didn't feel safe. Deputies arrived to find the child was angry because his mother did not stop to get him something to eat on the way home, and he tore up a cup, dumping its contents into a cup holder in the car. The deputy made him clean up the mess, which he did, but when he was told to clean out the other side, he kicked a Shop Vac and said he didn't mess up that side. He was arrested on unruly juvenile charges, the Department of Juvenile Justice was notified, and he was returned to parental custody.
BOOSTER BOULEVARD - A man reported the theft of a Yeti cooler. He told deputies he had heard about a rash of thefts of the popular coolers, so he went to check to see if his was still there, and it was not.

Georgia Southern University
Officers issued two traffic citations and one traffic warning and assisted three motorists Monday.

Reported Friday through Monday:
Law Enforcement
Brooklet Police - one call Friday, one call Saturday, three calls Sunday and three calls Monday.
Bulloch County Sheriff's Office - 24 calls Friday, 21 calls Saturday, 11 calls Sunday and 17 calls Monday.
Candler County Sheriff's Office - four calls Friday, seven calls Saturday, five calls Sunday and six calls Monday.
Claxton Police - one call Friday, one call Saturday, two calls Sunday and one call Monday.
Evans County Sheriff's Office - three calls Friday, three calls Saturday, two calls Sunday and two calls Monday.
Georgia State Patrol - four calls Friday, three calls Saturday, five calls Sunday and four calls Monday.
Georgia Southern University Police - two calls Friday, two calls Saturday, one call Sunday and one call Monday.
Metter Police - four calls Friday, five calls Saturday, two calls Sunday and two calls Monday.
Portal Police - three calls Sunday and one call Monday.
Statesboro Police - 39 calls Friday, 53 calls Saturday, 29 calls Sunday and 28 calls Sunday.

Fire Departments
Metter Fire Department - two calls Saturday, two calls Sunday and one call Monday.
Evans County Fire & Rescue - one call Monday.

Emergency Medical Services
Bulloch County EMS - six first-responder calls and 34 medical calls Friday; two first-responder calls and 34 medical calls Saturday; three accident calls, three first-responder calls and 19 medical calls Sunday; and one accident call, one first-responder call and 22 medical calls Monday.
Candler County EMS - eight medical calls Friday, four medical calls Saturday, seven medical calls Sunday and nine medical calls Monday.
Evans County EMS - seven medical calls Friday, three medical calls Saturday, four medical calls Sunday and six medical calls Monday.

Other Agencies
911 hang-ups - 50 calls Friday, 68 calls Saturday, 54 calls Sunday and 65 calls Monday.
Air Evac - one call Friday, one call Saturday, one call Sunday and one call Monday.
Bryan County 911 - one call Saturday and one call Monday.
Bulloch County Humane Enforcement - two calls Friday.
Bulloch County Correctional Institute - one call Sunday.
Chatham County Metro Police - one call Friday.
Effingham County 911 - one call Friday, one call Saturday and one call Monday.
Emanuel County 911 - one call Monday.
Floyd County 911 - one call Sunday.
Screven County 911 - two calls Saturday and one call Sunday.

- compiled by Holli Deal Saxon