Word: Arrest and incident data, collected from numerous businesses, are public data out there for evaluate on the respective native legislation enforcement and public security businesses. Not each arrest results in a conviction. Guilt or innocence is set by the court docket system.
➤ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Workplace
▲ Shamari Imone Harris, 18, Miller St. Extension — Possession with intent of Schedule I or II managed substance.
▲ Roshalinda Ida Daschell Johnson, 21, Brinson Highway, Brooklet — Possession with intent of Schedule I or II managed substance, possession and use of drug-related objects, possession of marijuana lower than 1 oz.
▲ Jamie Ramon Sullivan, Gracen Highway, Guyton — Fleeing or try and elude a police officer, two costs aggravated assault, reckless driving, failure to cease at a cease signal, rushing in extra of most limits.
▲ Jessica Lynette Williams, 31, East Important St. — Two costs false statements or writings to hide info or fraudulent paperwork of presidency.
➤ Georgia State Patrol Publish 45
▲ Michelle Marie Caver, 53, Packinghouse Highway — DUI much less protected alcohol, failure to take care of lane.
▲ Roderick Frison, 21, Hilltop Highway, Millen — DUI much less protected medication, expired registration, suspended registration, buying license plate for function of concealing identification, failure to sign when turning or altering lanes.
▲ Tariq Rakeith Griffin, 23, Lanier Drive — DUI much less protected medication, improper left or proper flip, rushing in extra of most limits, driving whereas license suspended or revoked/misdemeanor.
▲ Kendric Tyrell Lane, 36, Important St., Rocky Ford — DUI much less protected alcohol, failure to take care of lane.
➤ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Workplace
▲ HIGHWAY 119 — Complainant mentioned his pastor had known as him and mentioned somebody ran over the cross in entrance of the church. He mentioned the cross was final seen intact two days earlier and he didn’t assume it was achieved deliberately.
▲ TEAL CIRCLE — Upon deputy’s arrival at a home dispute, alleged offender mentioned he simply needed a drink after a protracted few days and the complainant started to argue with him. Complainant mentioned as soon as he began ingesting, he started to mouth off at her. There was no bodily confrontation, and events have been suggested to separate and sleep in several components of the residence for the night time.
▲ McELVEEN POND ROAD — Complainant mentioned he thought he had forgot his laptop computer when he started working someday, however realized it had been stolen from his car. He mentioned the car was left unlocked.
▲ BRADFORD WAY — Complainant mentioned her nephew grew to become irate and began yelling and cursing when he was instructed he wanted to get a COVID-19 vaccine if he needed to proceed dwelling on the residence. The residents all needed him to depart, so he known as a automotive and left.
▲ BIG BAY BOULEVARD — Complainant mentioned her fiance’s cousin has been calling her repeatedly from totally different numbers. She mentioned she has blocked her on all social media platforms, however she retains threatening to have DFCS take her kids. Complainant mentioned an incident occurred between the 2 a 12 months earlier and he or she believes that’s the reason she is harassing her.
▲ OAK HILL MOBILE HOME PARK — Complainant mentioned he lets his ex-girlfriend use his automotive infrequently, however he needs to maintain possession of it. He mentioned she wouldn’t give him again his automotive. After checking registration, it was decided the car belonged to complainant and he or she returned automotive to him.
➤ Bulloch County Animal Providers
(Could 31-June 6)
▲ Rural county consumption — 5 grownup canine, one grownup cat.
▲ Metropolis of Statesboro — Three grownup canine, two grownup cats, one kitten.
▲ Adopted — Two grownup canine, two grownup cats, one kitten.
▲ Rescued — 4 puppies, three kittens.
▲ Reclaimed — One grownup canine.
▲ Euthanized — One grownup canine (extreme accidents).
▲ Charges collected — $113.
BULLOCH 911 REPORTS
➤ Regulation Enforcement Businesses
▲ Brooklet Police Division — Two calls Wednesday and one name Thursday.
▲ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Workplace — 30 calls Wednesday and 28 calls Thursday.
▲ Candler County Sheriff’s Workplace — 9 calls Wednesday and three calls Thursday.
▲ Claxton Police Division — Two calls Wednesday and 5 calls Thursday.
▲ Evans County Sheriff’s Workplace — Seven calls Wednesday and three calls Thursday.
▲ Georgia State Patrol Publish 45 — 4 calls Wednesday and 7 calls Thursday.
▲ Georgia Southern College Police — One name Thursday.
▲ Metter Police Division — Three calls Wednesday and 4 calls Thursday.
▲ Statesboro Police Division — 29 calls Wednesday and 31 calls Thursday.
➤ Hearth Departments
▲ Bullloch County Hearth Division — Two calls Wednesday and 9 calls Thursday.
▲ Evans County Hearth Division — One name Wednesday.
▲ Metter Hearth Division — One name Wednesday and eight calls Thursday.
▲ Statesboro Hearth Division — One name Wednesday and three calls Thursday.
➤ Emergency Medical Providers
▲ Bulloch County EMS — One accident name, one first responder name, one rescue name and 26 medical calls Wednesday; 5 accident calls, one first-responder name, two rescue calls and 20 medical calls Thursday.
▲ Candler County EMS — Two accident calls, one coroner name and 9 medical calls Wednesday; two first-responder calls and 12 medical calls Thursday.
▲ Evans County EMS — One coroner name and 6 medical calls Wednesday; six medical calls Thursday.
➤ Different Businesses
▲ 911 hang-ups — 62 calls Wednesday and 41 calls Thursday.
▲ Air Transport — One name Wednesday and two calls Thursday.
▲ Bryan County 911 — One name Thursday.
▲ Emanuel County 911 — Two calls Wednesday and one name Thursday.
▲ Screven County 911 — One name Thursday.
— compiled by Jim Healy, Al Hackle