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September 29 - Dylan Nelson Boddiford, 18, Ogeechee Drive West - marijuana possession
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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 Arrests
* Dylan Nelson Boddiford, 18, Ogeechee Drive West - marijuana possession, possession/use of a drug related object.
* Taylor Michelle Stavely, 18, U.S. 80 East, Brooklet - marijuana possession, possession/use of a drug related object.
* Timothy Alan Carter, 20, South Main Street - simple battery.
* Rebecca Jean Oliver, 26, Rad Denmark Road, Brooklet - obstruction.
* Wallace Homer Wiggins III, 20, Stanford Drive - failure to maintain lane, DUI under21, underage possession of alcohol.
* Naomi Denise Riley, 38, West Main Street - probation violation.
* Royce Kantrell Waller, 37, South Main Street - battery.
* Nicholas John Bugara, 23, Statesboro Place Circle - disorderly conduct.
* Joseph A. Geiger, 28, Robin Hood Trail - battery, theft by taking.
* Richard Lorenzo carter, 23, Longleaf Drive, Sylvania - marijuana possession.
* Brian Easterling, 25, Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard - second offense driving with a suspended license.
* Jessica Danielle Shepherd, 18, Ash Tree Street, Snellville - theft by shoplifting.
* Lakeisha Gladys Sesay, 18, Ridgedale Way, Lawrenceville - theft by shoplifting.
* Kearstyn Kamillya Raymond, 17, Harvey Wilson Road, Portal - criminal trespass.
* Carolyn Cooper, 46, Meadow Drive - wanted person, giving false information.
* Frederick Gordon Blackmar, 40, E. 55th Street, Savannah - driving with a suspended license, speeding, seat belt violation.
* Thompson Colin Newkirk, 222, Parkersburg Court, Savannah - second degree criminal damage to property.
* Willie Herbert Alls, 25, Crosby Street, Savannah - second degree criminal damage to property.
* Amanda Leanne Smith, 43, North Main Street - aggravated assault.

Bulloch Sheriff's Arrests
* Michael Allen Gibbons Jr., 27, Jenks Hill Road, Sylvania - third degree cruelty to children, battery ( family violence).
* Jimmy Earl Stringer, 20, Broomstraw Trace, Ellabell - failure to notify owner upon striking fixed object, leaving the scene of an accident, improperly transferred tag.
* Amanda Leigh Brannen,31, Cricket Hollow Lane - third degree cruelty to children, battery ( family violence).
* Eric Wayne Love, 25, Eldora Road, Ellabell - violation of law that a passenger shall not interfere with a drive's view or control of vehicle.
* William Donnie Brannen, 33, Cleary Lane, Brooklet - third degree cruelty to children, battery (family violence).

Georgia State Patrol Arrests
* Troopers issued six traffic violation citations Monday.

Georgia Southern University Arrests
* Officers issued two traffic citations Monday.

Statesboro Police Incidents
* SEASONS APARTMENTS - Acting on a tip, police went to the home and smelled the odor of burnt marijuana. They found and seized marijuana, a purple water bong, glass pipe, grinder, and rolling papers. A man and woman were arrested.
* NORTH EASY STREET - A man said a woman calls, harasses him by knocking on his doors and windows, and threatened him with harm.
* U-LOUNGE - A man went to the emergency room after being struck by an unknown man. His nose was possibly broken, reports stated.
* COPPER BEECH TOWNHOUSES - An officer found a lap top computer, which is being held at the station until identified.
* STILES INN - A man struck a woman, causing visible injuries.
* EAST MAIN/NORTHSIDE DRIVE EAST - While stopped for a traffic light, one woman exited her car and shattered the back window of another woman's car.
* HOWARD JOHNSON'S - Two men were arrested for destroying a hotel room.
* VARIOUS LOCATIONS - Police reported various entering auto cases, including two at Millhouse Steakhouse, one at Season's Apartments, The Pointe at Southern Madison Meadows and Eagles Landing.

Bulloch County Sheriff's Incidents
* MILL CREEK ROAD - (Statesboro) A woman said a man messaged her on Facebook and called her all morning "professing his love." He said he brought her pet frog to her, and began "messing" with her car. He tossed the aquarium with the frog on the ground, shattering it, when she told him to leave her alone. He left before deputies arrived, and was belligerent when deputies spoke to him by phone when he called the woman again. Deputy Prethenia Cone told him to stay away from the woman's home, and he promised he would. However, he returned an hour later and was arrested. He told deputies he had staph infection and sleep apnea.

Georgia State Patrol Incidents
* Troopers issued six warnings, assisted one motorist and investigated six crashes with six reported injuries Tuesday.

Georgia Southern University Incidents
* Officers issued three traffic warnings and assisted seven motorists Monday.

Central 911 Reports
* Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
* Bulloch County Sheriff's Department- nine calls.
* Statesboro Police Department- 18 calls.
* University Police Department - no calls.
* Georgia State Patrol - seven calls.
* Candler County Sheriff's Department - six calls.
* Evans County Sheriff's Department - three calls.
* Claxton Police Department - one call.

911 Fire Department Reports
* Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
* Claxton Fire Department - one call.
* Bulloch County Volunteer firefighters -one call.

911 EMS Reports
* Central 911 dispatchers issued the following calls Monday:
* Bulloch County EMS - six accident calls, a rescue call, and 11 medical calls.
* Candler County EMS - seven medical calls.
* Evans County EMS - one accident call and three medical calls.
* Central 911 dispatchers also routed the following calls Monday: four calls to Bulloch First Responders, a call to Emanuel * County 911 an a call to the Bulloch County coroner.

compiled by Holli Deal Bragg.