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Sylvania/Screven County Police Report - Nov. 13
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Sylvania Police Arrests

Ralph Edward Roberts, 49, Randall Street—Pedestrian under influence of alcohol, willfully obstructing or hindering law enforcement officers.

 Sylvania Police Incidents

No incidents to report.

Screven Sheriff’s Arrests

Alantonio T. Brinson, 33, Roberts Street—Probation violation.

Jerry Orlando Black, 52, Oliver Highway (Newington)—Hold for Newington PD.

Leslie Raymon Black, 42, Oliver Highway (Newington)—DUI refusal, obstruction of officer.

Earl Lestonzarel Williams, 30, Shell Lane—Child support lock up.

David Eugene Turner, 38, Hall Street (Atlanta)—Forgery, first degree.

Martese D. Williams, 19, Waters Grove Road—Simple battery, interference with an emergency phone call, obstruction of officer, hold for Bulloch County S.O.

Roger Hagins, 68, Oliver Highway (Oliver)—Public drunk, criminal trespass, probation violation.

Jelesia Latrelle Clark, 22, Abram Street—Probation violation.

Danielle Shante Kirkland, 18, Packinghouse Road—Possession of cocaine/marijuana with intent, contraband crossing guard line.

Charles Lenore Austin, 37, Ardmore Oakey Road (Springfield)—Probation violation, bad check/deposit account fraud.

Robert Jason Oglesby, 31, Williamson Road (Richmond Hill)—DUI refusal, obstruction of officer.

Shirley Renee Johnson, 28, Pheasant Lake—Driving with suspended/revoked license, passing in no passing zone, following too closely, hit and run.

Charlie Lee Robinson, 25, 6th Street (Hiltonia)—Child support lock up.

Vincent Kevin Smart, 47, McKinnley Street (Newington)—Bad check/deposit account fraud.

Screven Sheriff’s Incidents

EFFINGHAM HIGHWAY—A man reported some unknown person(s) removed a 5 bottom plow from a cotton field. Truck tire tracks were found nearby.

STATESBORO HIGHWAY—A woman reported that her touch cell phone was stolen from her vehicle.

PLANTATION ROAD—A complainant stated that her male companion threw a plate of food at her. When questioned, he responded that he did throw the plate of food, but he was feeding the dog.

OAK ARMS ROAD (Newington)—A woman said that her male companion came home cursing at her, then threw a skill saw at her. She said he had been physically abusive with her before, which he also denied.

HEIGHTS ROAD—A woman stated that she found out her 13-year-old daughter was having sex with a 23-year-old man. Her daughter confirmed the rumor when her mother confronted her.

LOUIE D. NEWTON ROAD—A man said someone siphoned red diesel fuel from three tractors that had been left in his cotton field overnight. A suspect was identified based on his tires matching the tire tracks found and fuel spilled on the side of his vehicle.

ELLABEE LANE—Someone reported damage to his vehicle. While parked at his residence, the back window was broken out and damage to the windshield was thought to be done with a hammer. He also reported $230 and a portable stereo missing.

HALCYONDALE ROAD—A man reported an unwanted person at his residence. He stated that the man left and came back intoxicated, parked in the back of his residence, blowing the horn.

JOHNSON GROVE ROAD—A man who had moved out of his roommate’s residence, returned to find the man had sold the complainant’s truck. The complainant also stated that the offender’s girlfriend burned all his clothing.

HALCYONDALE ROAD—A woman reported a dispute between her and her husband, during which she stated he pushed her and yelled at her, then left on foot.

STONEY POND ROAD—A man reported his tag decal missing.

HUNTER ROAD—A woman stated that items stored in her mother’s house were missing, including a flat screen television, cd/dvd player, and two television stands.

HOLLY ACRE ROAD—A man said someone broke into a trailer of his and stole the furnace and central heating and air unit. The point of entry was observed to be the front door, as it was kicked open by the offender.

OAK STREET (Newington)—A woman said an offender came onto her property in a drunken state and entered the back door of her residence, acting very disorderly. Upon arrival, officers said they found a witness holding a piece of wood that was said to be taken from the offender, who was stated to be in an extreme state of intoxication.

BRINSON LOOP—Someone reported the barbed wire fence at his front gate was cut and four wheeler tracks were found.