Notice: Arrest and incident data, collected from numerous companies, are public data accessible for assessment on the respective native legislation enforcement and public security companies. Not each arrest results in a conviction. Guilt or innocence is decided by the courtroom system.
➤ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Workplace
▲ Larry Steven Parrish, 35, Dry Department Village — Driving whereas license suspended or revoked/misdemeanor, open container of alcohol in motorcar, DUI much less secure alcohol.
▲ Gromyko Jabbar Jones, 45, Madison Meadows — Theft by receiving stolen property/misdemeanor, theft by deception/misdemeanor, theft by taking/felony.
▲ Christopher Shane Richardson, 27, Ball Park Street, Soperton — Theft by shoplifting.
➤ Statesboro Police Division
▲ Dinesha Zhane Baker, 26, Lanier Drive — Affray.
▲ Charisma Nykira Battle, 20, Tiller Manner, Port Wentworth — Affray.
▲ Nydraysha Tmoyra Ford, 22, Lanier Drive — Affray.
▲ Jakeya Amara Boulton, 23, Church St. — Affray, disorderly conduct.
▲ Nireisha Kateisha Wilson, 28, Lanier Drive — Affray.
▲ Christian Dandre Davis, 21, Champlain Drive, Pooler — Buy, possession, manufacture, distribution or sale of marijuana.
▲ Mya Daziree Johnson, 17, Grady Johnson Street — Battery/household violence first offense.
▲ Immanuel Lawton, 28, Lee St. — Two expenses obstruction of legislation enforcement officers/misdemeanor, two expenses theft by receiving/felony, possession of cocaine, possession of Schedule I managed substance, possession of firearm or knife throughout fee of or try and commit felonies, possession of firearm by convicted felon or first offender, giving false identify, deal with or birthdate to legislation enforcement officer, tag lights required, driving whereas license suspended or revoked/misdemeanor, theft by taking of motorcar.
▲ Imani L Dunn-Jennings, 26, Eastview Street — Affray, obstruction of legislation enforcement officers/misdemeanor, DUI much less secure alcohol, disorderly conduct.
▲ Kristen Victoria Nesmith, 30, Institute St. — Possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana lower than 1 oz., possession and use of drug-related objects.
➤ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Workplace
▲ PIVOT POINTS — Complainant mentioned she acquired a name from a person who claimed that she had missed jury obligation and there was a warrant out for her arrest. The person suggested her to go buy $1,500 in Vanilla present playing cards and provides him the knowledge after which he would meet her on the Sheriff’s workplace and signal her bond. He additionally advised her she wanted to remain on the cellphone with him till the playing cards have been bought. Complainant mentioned she bought three Vanilla present playing cards within the quantity of $500 every and gave the knowledge to the person on the cellphone. Complainant got here to the Sheriff’s workplace and requested concerning the bond. She was advised this was a rip-off and suggested to contact her financial institution and the fraud division of Vanilla present playing cards.
▲ HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH — Complainant mentioned a U-Haul truck drove although his retailer parking zone that appeared suspicious. He mentioned the truck headed east on Freeway 46 and he later noticed the automobile parked on the aspect of the highway deserted. After receiving the report, the truck was discovered parked on a driveway right into a subject between J.S. Nessmith Street and Groover Previous Mill Street on Freeway 46. It was found that the catalytic converter had been minimize out.
▲ NORTH TAYLOR COURT — Complainant mentioned her 18-year-old daughter had invited a 25-year-old man to her dwelling for the aim of “conducting grownup actions.” She mentioned she didn’t need the person in her home and needed him served with a felony trespass warrant. She didn’t know the place the person lived and her daughter wouldn’t inform her. She was suggested to name legislation enforcement if the person came to visit once more.
▲ ARCHIES WALK — Complainant mentioned he had been incarcerated and when he returned dwelling, some objects have been lacking out of his room. He mentioned he clothes, jewellery, an iPad, watch, start certificates and Social Safety card taken from his room. He mentioned his roommates mentioned his issues must be in his room they usually didn’t take something of his.
▲ HIGHWAY 24 — Complainant mentioned she ordered customized ground mats, however she has not been capable of get a solution as to why they don’t seem to be prepared. She mentioned she has exchanged a number of texts with the enterprise and may’t get a solution.
BULLOCH 911 REPORTS
▲ Brooklet Police Division — 4 calls Monday; Two calls Tuesday.
▲ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Workplace — 19 calls Monday; 33 calls Tuesday.
▲ Candler County Sheriff’s Workplace — 5 calls Monday; seven calls Tuesday.
▲ Claxton Police Division — One name Monday; one name Tuesday.
▲ Evans County Sheriff’s Workplace — 5 calls Monday.
▲ Georgia State Patrol Publish 45 — 4 calls Monday; six calls Tuesday.
▲ Portal Police Division — One name Monday.
▲ Metter Police Division — 4 calls Tuesday.
▲ Statesboro Police Division — 30 calls Monday; 29 calls Tuesday.
➤ Hearth Departments
▲ Bulloch County Hearth Division — Eight calls Tuesday
▲ Evans County Hearth Division — Three calls Monday.
▲ Metter Hearth Division — Three calls Monday; 4 calls Tuesday.
▲ Statesboro Hearth Division — 4 calls Tuesday.
▲ Georgia Forestry Bulloch — One name Tuesday.
➤ Emergency Medical Companies
▲ Bulloch County EMS — Two first-responder calls and 29 medical calls Monday; one coroner name, two first responder calls, one rescue name and 26 medical calls Tuesday.
▲ Candler County EMS — One accident name, one coroner name, two first-responder calls and 11 medical calls Monday; three medical calls Tuesday.
▲ Evans County EMS — One first-responder name and 10 medical calls Monday; seven medical calls Tuesday.
➤ Different Companies
▲ 911 hang-ups — 44 calls Monday; 44 calls Tuesday.
▲ Air Transport — Two calls Monday
▲ Bryan County 911 — One name Tuesday.
▲ Bulloch County Animal Management — One name Tuesday.
▲ Effingham County 911 — One name Tuesday.
▲ Different companies — Seven calls Monday; one name Tuesday.
— compiled by Jim Healy