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Police report -9-23-16; A woman told police her fianc struck her during an argument.
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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.

Statesboro Police Department
    Shanice Lashae Alston, 23, Denmark Street — second-degree criminal damage to property.
    Ebony Shantrice Clark, 20, Old Louisville Road, Millen — armed robbery, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm or knife during commission of a felony, aggravated assault against a peace officer,  first-degree criminal damage to property.
    Anthony DeWayne Daniels, 53, Pine Street — giving false information.
    Christina Renea Johnson, 29, Packinghouse Road — transmitting photos/videos depicting nudity or sexual contact:
    Valeri Kamille Oglesby, 40, Cedarwood Acres Mobile Home Park — probation violation.

Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
    Howard Wallace Clyde, 53, Broomstraw Trace, Ellabell — disorderly conduct, reckless conduct, criminal trespass, criminal attempt to commit a felony, obstruction, bench warrant.
    Perry Edward Driggers, 52, Highway 80 East — theft by shoplifting.
    Welcome Huff, 63, Pleasant Hill Lane, Portal — simple battery (family violence).
    Jeffrey McCullough, 25, Highway 24 — bench warrant.
    Roberto Mendoza Soriano, 27, Highway 301 South — failure to notify owners upon striking a fixed object; hit and run; driving without a valid license.

Statesboro Police Department
    CEDARWOOD GNETS ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL — A student was referred to the Department of Juvenile Justice because he was throwing desks.
    CARMEL DRIVE — Officers responded to a reported domestic dispute.
    WOODLAND DRIVE — A woman told police her fiancé struck her during an argument.
    BLAKEWOOD APARTMENTS — A woman said she was involved in a physical scuffle with a man.

Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office
    ELDORA ROAD — A woman reported a man knocked on her door and walked around her yard. The man was located and charged with disorderly conduct, reckless conduct, criminal trespass, criminal attempt to commit a felony, obstruction, and a bench warrant related to pervious incidents.
    HIGHWAY 119 — A woman received q check for $29,800 in the mail, and tossed it in the trash, believing it to be a scam. Then she got a call from someone claiming to be a friend of a man with whom she “had a history,” claiming the check was good and she needed to cash it and send the money to Cambodia to get her friend out of jail. She deposited the check, but the bank only allowed her to withdraw $4,810 until the check cleared. She did so, and sent the money to an unknown address in Cambodia. The check turned out to be fictitious, and now the bank has garnished her Social Security check to recover the money she withdrew, she said.
    WILLIAM JAMES MIDDLE SCHOOL — A student, caught on school bus surveillance video, pulled a screwdriver from a book bag and threatened another student, tapping his hat with the tool. The offender was arrested, and the Department of Juvenile Justice ordered he be returned to his parents afterward.
    DIXIE STREET, BROOKLET — Deputies assisted the Brooklet police in response to a domestic dispute involving child custody. The complainant, who lives elsewhere in the county, asked that a woman be served with a criminal trespass warning for his residence.
    PLEASANT HILL ROAD — A man said his father accused him of stealing scaffolding, threw something at him, struck him and started a scuffle. The elder man was arrested.
    THE BARN MOBILE HOME PARK — A man was arrested after he backed into someone else’s mobile home, then fled the scene.
    MARTIN ROAD — In two separate incidents, people reported the theft of four wheelers. One was later recovered after deputies pursued two riders on four wheelers with no headlights; one driver abandoned the four-wheeler in a ditch.

Georgia Southern University Police
    Officers issued one traffic citation, five traffic warnings and assisted five motorists.
    Due to computer system issues at the Bulloch County 911 office, reports were unavailable Thursday.

— compiled by Holli Deal Saxon