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Screven, Sylvania police reports - January 29
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Sylvania Police Arrests
Lashanda Regina Ward, 33, Village Road-failure to maintain insurance, DUI of alcohol.
Michael Alonzo Barnes, Jr., 21, South Elm Street-disorderly city ordinance.
Jamie Dante Creech, 34, Sunnylane Varnville (Allendale, SC)-driving while license suspended or revoked/second or subsequent offense, possession of marijuana, DUI of alcohol

Sylvania Police Incident
NORTH ELM STREET-A woman reported that her son destroyed a door inside her house and was very intoxicated at the time.
SCREVEN STREET-During a domestic dispute, a woman said a verbal argument turned physical when her boyfriend grabbed her and slung her down causing a knot over her eye.
NORTH ELM STREET-A complainant reported a suspicious vehicle parked next to a field.
MOCK STREET-A man watching a friend's house reported possible tampering.
MIMS STREET-During a traffic stop, officers observed the driver of the vehicle jump into the back seat and swap seats with the passenger before officers discovered evidence of DUI and marijuana possession.

Screven Sheriff's arrests
Dexter L. Dunbar, 18, Mock Street-party to a crime.
Darryl Benard Ball, 46, Millen Highway-bad check/deposit account fraud.
William Thomas Roberts, 42, First Street-probation violation.

Screven Sheriff's Incidents
UNION CHURCH ROAD-A woman reported an incident with her landlord that she said violated magistrate court orders.
BURTON'S FERRY HIGHWAY-A woman reported getting into a verbal and physical altercation.
STATESBORO HIGHWAY-A woman said she received threatening phone call and messages on Facebook.
LIMESINK ROAD-A complainant stated an unknown person opened her screen door then she saw someone lying on the ground in the woods in front of her house.
CAMERON ROAD-A complainant reported receiving terroristic threats.
HIGHWAY 21 SOUTH-A man was pulled over after deputies saw his vehicle weaving. When he handed his driver's license and insurance card to the deputy, they found attached to the card contained marijuana inside.
SCREVEN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE-A man provided a name of a young man he believes to be involved in a case of cruelty to animals.
SAINT JOHNS CHURCH (Oliver)-A woman said she was assaulted and threatened during her attendance to a funeral.