Police Report, 10/2/21 – Statesboro Herald

Note: Information on arrests and incidents, collected from various agencies, are public documents available for review by the respective local law enforcement and public safety agencies. Not all arrests lead to a conviction. Guilt or innocence is determined by the justice system.

ARRESTS / CITATIONS

➤ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office

▲ John Cleveland Brown, 65, Old Groveland Road, Pembroke – Simple battery / domestic violence, obstructing or preventing people from making emergency phone calls.

▲ Jaron Akiem Cusack, 27, Hacyondale Road, Sylvania – Simple battery / domestic violence, preventing or preventing people from making an emergency phone call.

▲ Scottie Stephen Larisey, 47 Main Street South – Possession of methamphetamine.

▲ Jesse Alexander Salas, 20, Herschel Drive – Buying, possessing, manufacturing, distributing or selling marijuana, obstructing law enforcement / misdemeanor.

▲ John Russell Shuman, 45, Woodyard Road, Brooklet – Criminal Trespass.

Mike Willard Wiley, 47, West Ninth St., Rincon – Criminal damage to property second degree, theft by misdemeanor.

Statesboro Police Department

▲ Dalvin DeVonte Anderson, 25, Steeple Chase Court – Buying, possessing, manufacturing, distributing or selling marijuana, possessing a gun or knife while committing or attempting to commit crimes, no -respect of a person authorized to direct traffic.

▲ Stephanie Lynn Bragg, 34, Waynesboro Highway, Sylvanie – Possession of a Schedule I controlled substance, Possession of a Schedule II controlled substance.

▲ Brandon Martell Brewton, 35, Johnson Lane, Claxton – Simple drums / domestic violence.

▲ Maegan Horton Cicurullo, 21, East Long St., Rincon – Possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance.

▲ Nathan Lee Dardy, 22, Lacrosse St., Dublin – Theft by deception / misdemeanor.

▲ Heaven Shaenavian Frye, 19, Lanier Drive – Possession of Schedule I controlled substances, possession and use of drug-related items.

▲ Antonio Shavon Gordon, 52, Weat Jones Street – Evidence / Crime Tampering.

▲ Alvin Junior Hagan, 45, Eddie St., Claxton – Two charges of third degree forgery, theft by deception / criminality, identity theft while using / possessing credentials / criminality.

▲ Javon Chauncey Johnson, 22 Johnson Street – Possession of Schedule I controlled substances, possession and use of drug related items.

▲ Joseph Lovett, 41, Becky Drive – Single battery.

▲ Javarius Jaquan Spaulding, 24, Henry St. – Aggravated assault.

▲ DeJoun Lamar Taylor, 21, Lanier Drive – Possession of a Schedule I controlled substance.

▲ Cory Cornelius Williams, 44, Lanier Drive – Simple drums / domestic violence.

▲ Marquvis Deonte Prescott, 33, Steeple Chase Court – Robbery / company strong weapon, single battery, obstruction of law enforcement / misdemeanor.

▲ Darryl Devon Williams, 34, Belair Drive – Possession of a Schedule II controlled substance.

▲ Gavin Charles Keys, 20, rue Marshal – DUI less safe alcohol, supply, purchase and possession of alcohol by person under legal age, failure to maintain lane.

▲ Emanuel Kadeem Lanier, 19, Savoy Road, Claxton – DUI less safe alcohol, traffic control violation.

▲ Jerrick Jarome Warrens, 22, Lilly St., Valdosta – Aggravated Assault / Domestic Violence.

Brooklet Police Department

▲ Brandon Kip Baxley, 47, Marcy Circle, Savannah – Open container of alcohol in motor vehicle, speeding over maximum limits, driving with suspended or revoked license / misdemeanor, no insurance, driving without a license / valid offense.

University of South Georgia Police

▲ Camille Jaiah Castillo, 19, Kenlock Drive, Grovetown – Theft by catch / misdemeanor, cruelty to animals.

Georgia State Patrol

▲ Abraham Lopez, 24, Bird Road – DUI less safe alcohol, driver’s hit-and-run to stop or re-enter crash scene, driving without a valid license / offense, failing to keep lane.

INCIDENTS

➤ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office

NEVILS GROVELAND ROAD – The complainant testified that he and his wife were in the process of a divorce. He said they had an 11-year-old son together and agreed to meet at the sheriff’s office where his wife would give their son to him for a few days. He said he took the boy to the Statesboro Mall and his wife followed him and said out loud “I’m openly harassing you.” He said he left the mall and found his car had been “keyed,” which he reported to Statesboro Police. The next day, he dropped his son off at school and his wife was waiting for him. He made sure his name was on his son’s after school pickup list and when he left his wife removed his name from the pickup list. The next day he dropped his son off at school and his wife was waiting for him again. He then returned home to Florida and his wife followed him from school until he got on Interstate 16.

▲ JEFF ROAD – The Complainant testified that he and his wife paid $ 8,000 to two men who were referred to work on their pool in June. He said they hadn’t had a chance to reach either of the men to find out how to do the job.

NEWKIRK ROAD – The complainant testified that someone spray painted “Fix your Drive” on her entrance to her house. She said this has happened before and it was from her paved driveway spilling water onto the dirt road in front of her, washing areas when it rained. She said she believed a nearby resident with a red and older Chevrolet pickup was responsible. Attempts to reach the owner of the truck were unsuccessful.

▲ BOWEN LANE – The complainant said a man she had been dating for a week, then decided to end the relationship, texted her and called her. She said she ignored the calls and messages and he came to her house and knocked on her window. She said she told him to leave and called 911. The man had been assessed a criminal offense and told her not to go home or contact her in any way. He said he wouldn’t.

ROUTE CLITO – The complainant testified that during the night someone stole her Echo Weedeater which was leaning against her truck outside.

▲ GATEWAY BOULEVARD – The plaintiff said his company contracted with a company on September 1 to deliver a 2021 53-foot Great Dane enclosed trailer to a party in Texas by September 8. The truck was never delivered and the company gave it several excuses, including employees receiving COVID-19 and their truck carrying the trailer was broken down and under repair. Contacting the owner of the delivery business, he said they had the trailer and their truck was being fixed. He was told to contact the owner of the trailer and make arrangements to deliver the truck to Texas or Statesboro.

Bulloch County Animal Services

(20-26 Sep)

▲ Rural County Support – Ten adult dogs, two puppies and three kittens.

▲ City of Statesboro – Three adult dogs, one adult cat and three kittens.

▲ Adopted – Four adult dogs and four kittens.

▲ Regenerated – One adult dog and one adult cat.

▲ Euthanized – Three adult dogs (severe aggression) and one puppy (medical).

▲ Fees collected – $ 140.

BULLOCH 911 REPORTS

Law enforcement agencies

Brooklet Police Department – Three calls Wednesday.

▲ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office – 17 calls Wednesday; 12 calls Thursday.

▲ Candler County Sheriff’s Office – Seven calls Wednesday; eight calls Thursday.

▲ Claxton Police Department – Three calls Wednesday; three calls Thursday.

▲ Evans County Sheriff’s Office – Seven calls Wednesday; two calls Thursday.

▲ Georgia State Patrol Post 45 – Two calls Wednesday; two calls Thursday.

▲ Georgia Southern Police – A call Wednesday; three calls Thursday.

▲ Metter Police Department – Two calls Wednesday; seven calls Thursday.

▲ Portal Police Department – A call Wednesday; a call Thursday.

▲ Statesboro Police Department – 36 calls Wednesday; 37 calls Thursday.

Firefighters

▲ Bulloch County Fire Department – A call Wednesday; five calls Thursday.

Claxton Fire Department – A call Thursday

▲ Evans County Fire Department – A call Wednesday; two calls Thursday.

▲ Statesboro Fire Department – One call Wednesday; a call Thursday.

▲ Metter Fire Department – One call on Wednesday; a call Thursday.

Emergency medical services

▲ Bulloch County EMS – One accident call, one coroner’s call, three first responder calls and 25 medical calls Wednesday; two accident calls, one coroner’s call, three first responder calls and 25 medical calls Thursday.

▲ Candler County EMS – Three accident calls, one first responder call and five medical calls Wednesday; six medical calls Thursday.

▲ Evans County EMS – Four medical calls Wednesday; four medical calls Thursday.

Other agencies

911 hung up – 49 calls Wednesday; 56 calls Thursday.

▲ Air transport – Two stopovers on Wednesday; a call Thursday.

▲ Bulloch County Animal Services – Two calls Thursday.

▲ Bryan County 911 – A call Wednesday.

▲ Emanuel County 911 – A call Wednesday; three calls Thursday.

Georgia Power – A call Wednesday.

▲ Tattnall County 911 – A call Wednesday; two calls Thursday.

▲ Screven County 911 – Two calls Wednesday; three calls Thursday.

– compiled by Jim Healy


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