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Sylvania, Screven reports 7-30-11 - STOOPTO ROAD-A complainant stated her brother became violent
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Sylvania Police Arrests
Jennifer Lynn Lee, 29, North Elm Street-prostitution, begging and panhandling.
John Powell, 57, Abram Street-public drunk-city ordinance.
Artist Collins, 64, Ott Street-disorderly conduct, public drunkenness.
Dwayne Hudson, Jr., 28, Argus Place-possession of marijuana.
Ervin Lee Hagins, 59, Florida Avenue-disorderly conduct, public drunkenness.

Sylvania Police Incidents
CITY HALL-A man stated a female subject had been at his residence asking for money. When he didn't give her money, she then propositioned him in a sexual manner for money.
SOUTH HULL STREET-A woman stated an offender came to her residence wanting to retrieve a firearm that he said he left there. The complainant said the subject was intoxicated and became enraged when he couldn't find it.
SINGLETON AVENUE-Someone reported a man who was walking on the side walk began yelling loudly and using profane hand gestures.
SOUTH MAIN STREET-A subject was found sitting in a running vehicle with blood shot eyes and marijuana in his possession.
SYLVANIA PLACE DRIVE-A complainant stated as a man was walking his dog, he made several threats to her.

Screven Sheriff's Arrests
Zeffery John Walker, 25, Highway 24 (Sardis)-hold for court.
John Taylor, Sr., 39, Bascom Road-probation violation.
Laricus Dermel Major, 32, Swing Inn Road-hold for court.
Ricky Nelson Ellison, 49, Singleton Avenue-probation violation.
Jeremy Laval Anderson, 25, no street address listed-hold for court.
Eric Orlando Brown, 27, Sparrow Lane (Springfield)-driving while license suspended/revoked, no insurance.
Jesse James McGee, 28, Second Street (Sardis)-bench warrant.
Herbert Jerome Gibbons, 26, Brinson Street-bench warrant.
Brandon Sam Sommers, 28, Stoopto Road-simple battery.
Kevin Devon Parrish, 19, Gilgal Road-bench warrant.
Lee Edward Edwards, 53, Newington Highway-probation violation.
Charles Broward, Jr., 52, Newington Highway-bad check/deposit account fraud.
Annie Louise Scott, 43, no street address listed-court sentence.
April Marie Sims, 32, Bathedie Road (Blythe)-hold for investigation.
Conrad Auvil Howard, II, 37, Forehand Lane (Hiltonia)-theft by taking, criminal trespass.

Screven Sheriff's Incidents
BURTON'S FERRY HIGHWAY-The front door glass was found smashed out at the Old BP Station Truck Stop.
STATESBORO HIGHWAY-A man reported a door on the inside of his business had been kicked in. Investigators later discovered someone entered through a rear bathroom window and lit matches to light the way through the building.
WOOD BRIDGE ROAD-A complainant reported a domestic dispute over furniture.
LAWTON PLACE DRIVE-A man reported hearing a loud noise and finding some broken siding on his residence.
WESTVIEW APARTMENTS-Two subjects were arguing over a set of keys when it turned physical, and the male subject was reported striking the female complainant in the ribs with his elbow.
SAVANNAH HIGHWAY-Two complainants reported they felt threatened by another family member's actions toward them.
STOOPTO ROAD-A complainant stated her brother became violent slapping her face and pushing her down.
SCREVEN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE-Four inmates were caught fighting each other in the jail; the fight was quickly broken up.
BEAVER ROAD-A woman stated her gold ring with diamonds was missing.
TWIN OAKS ROAD-An unknown subject was reported removing copper and other metal from two abandoned trailers next to the complainant's property that the complainant was using for storage space.
MILLEN HIGHWAY-A woman reported her bank showed someone was trying to use her bank card to purchase seven door knobs. The purchase was traced to a man in California.
CARVER AVENUE-Two brown dogs came out of a yard and one bit the complainant on the right calf area, breaking the skin.
HALCYONDALE ROAD-After being out of town, a woman found items missing from her yard.
INDUSTRIAL BOULEVARD-A complainant stated his wife broke the windows out of his company truck.
FUEL AMERICA (Cooperville)-A man stated he fueled up his vehicle and left it in the parking lot. The next morning he found the fuel was missing.