Police Report, 9/17/22 – Statesboro Herald

Note: Information on arrests and incidents, collected from various agencies, are public records available for review with respective local law enforcement and public safety agencies. Not all arrests result in a conviction. Guilt or innocence is determined by the legal system.


➤ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office

▲ Donyah Rayquan Hardaway, 27, Anderson Parrish, Portal — Obstruction of law enforcement/misdemeanor.

▲ Laura Mae Johnson, 52, Johnson Lane, Claxton — Deposit account fraud/NSF of $1,500 or more/crime.

▲ David Lamond Lambert, 33, Raccoon Key Drive, Ellabell — Two charges of battery/domestic violence first offence, criminal trespassing.

▲ Michelle Louise Rushing, 56, Highway 301 South—Second degree criminal property damage.

➤ Statesboro Police Department

▲ ReeMahto Chavez Cooper, 28, Fletcher Drive — Trafficking in cocaine, illegal drugs, marijuana or methamphetamine, possession of marijuana under 1 oz, obstruction of law enforcement/misdemeanor, violation of probation for a charge/crime with fingerprint.

▲ Kendrick Lewis Grace, 24, Lanier Drive — Simple battery/domestic violence, interfering or inconveniencing people making an emergency phone call.

▲ Joshua Wells Hiatt, 21, Statesboro Place Circle – Possession of a Schedule I controlled substance, possession and use of drug-related items, possession of marijuana under 1 oz.

▲ Willie Floyd Holland, 32 Halcyondale Road, Sylvania — Criminal trespass/domestic violence.

▲ Imani Nigeria Johnson, 20, Lanier Drive — Entering a car with intent to rob.

▲ Mya Daziree Johnson, 19, Elm Street — Battery, criminal trespassing, probation violation for a fingerprinting charge/crime.

▲ Altreze Antrone Lauderdale, 30 Woodland Drive — Criminal trespass/domestic violence.

▲ Ernest William Lawson, 21, Woodland Drive — Criminal trespass.

▲ Nyasia Danay Marie Phillips, 21, Smart Lane, Sylvania — Criminal trespassing damage to property/domestic violence.

▲ Ryan Colby Thomas, 33, Institute St. — Criminal trespass.

▲ Lavon Oswald Thompson, 33 Pegwen Blvd. — Damage caused by criminal intrusion to property.

➤ Brooklet Police Department

▲ Quinnton Lee Hodges, East Lee St., Brooklet – Third degree child cruelty allows child to witness crime/battery/family violence by force, second degree child cruelty degree negligently causing excessive physical pain, simple domestic battery/violence.

➤ Georgia State Patrol Station 45

▲ Johnny Lee Hogue, 57, Towaw Road, Maplewood, Ohio — Theft by possession/felony, driving with suspended or revoked license/misdemeanor.

▲ Jaime Varela Jimenez, 33, Bethel Church Road – Less safe alcohol for impaired driving, open container of alcohol in motor vehicle, driving without a valid license/misdemeanor, failure to keep lane.

▲ Dominique Davonte Williams, 23, Hillard Lane, Wendell, NC — DUI less safe drugs, possession of marijuana under 1 oz, holding/supporting wireless telecommunications device.

➤ University of South Georgia Police Department

▲ Nicholas Mace Johnson, 36, Lanier Drive — DUI less alcohol safe, methamphetamine possession, possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance, failure to keep lane, improper left or right turn.

▲ Timothy Robert Lindsey, 36, Lanier Drive — Possession of methamphetamine, possession of Schedule IV controlled substances, possession and use of drug-related items.


▲ KENDRICKS ROAD – Complainant says former employee sent harassing text messages. Some of the texts indicated that the assailant was going to the plaintiff’s home and one of them said that only a bullet would prevent him from coming. The plaintiff was informed of the possible remedies before the court of first instance.

▲ LANGSTON CHAPEL ROAD – Complainant says someone came onto his mother’s property and stole an EZ-GO golf cart charger from an open carport. The charger is rated at $350. No offenders are known at this time.

▲ HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH – Complainant said she received two phone calls from suspects telling her that her name and personal information was involved in a wire fraud case. She said callers call her by her old last name. She admitted they were scam calls and gave no personal information.

▲ TAVERN LANE – The complainant said she and her husband had been harassed over the past two years by two women. The case is under investigation.

▲ OLD McELVEEN ROAD – The Complainant stated that she had recently moved from a location, but had left personal effects there. She said a family member died and the place where she lived was part of the probate estate. She said she drove to the scene to collect her belongings and the man who lives next door was walking around outside with a baseball bat. She said she saw him hitting an electrical box with the bat and left the scene.

▲ HIGHWAY 301 SOUTH — The complainant said her ex-boyfriend came to her house while she was visiting her mother and moved things around the yard. She said nothing was damaged or taken.

▲ VALLEY ROAD – Complainant said someone entered her car and stole a Ruger SR9C 9mm handgun from her vehicle. It was later determined that his vehicle had been broken into by an escaped convict who was later captured.

▲ COUNTRY CLUB ROAD – Complainant said an unknown offender stole a 2016 Honda Pioneer side-by-side from their home.

▲ HIGHWAY 46 – Complainant said a green Honda four-wheeler with a broken gas tank on the left side was stolen from his home.

▲ BRANNEN HODGES ROAD – The complainant says her neighbor was harassed by phone and in person. She said the woman often came to her yard and told her daughter to come live with her instead of her mother. The complainant said the woman continued to harass them with text messages. The complainant said she would like to be sentenced for criminal trespass.

➤ Bulloch County Animal Services

(Sept. 5-11)

▲ Rural County Admission – Four adult dogs and 11 puppies; two adult cats.

▲ City of Statesboro — One adult dog and two puppies; an adult cat and two kittens.

▲ Adopted — Eight puppies; six kittens.

▲ Rescued — Four adult dogs.

▲ Recovered — One adult dog and two puppies; an adult cat.

▲ Died at the shelter — None.

▲ Euthanized — None.

▲ Fees collected — $570.

➤ Bulloch County Fire Department

(Incident calls from September 5 to September 15)

▲ Portal — Six medical response calls; a fire alarm; a vehicle fire; a medical call; an accident with injuries.

▲ Register — A medical call; three medical intervention calls; a vehicle fire.

▲ Nevils — Six medical response calls; a need for a support call.

▲ Bay — Three medical response calls; an accident call; an accident call with injuries; a vehicle fire.

▲ Stilson—Three medical calls; an accident with personal injury call.

▲ Brooklet—Vehicle fire; 18 medical response calls; an accident call; two accidents with injuries call; we need an assistance call; a public relations call.

▲ Leefield — Three medical response calls.

▲ Clit — Two medical response calls.


➤ Law enforcement agencies

▲ Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office — 20 calls Wednesday 17 calls Thursday.

▲ Candler County Sheriff’s Office — Three calls Wednesday eight calls Thursday.

▲ Claxton Police Department — A call Wednesday; four calls on Thursday.

▲ Evans County Sheriff’s Office — Three calls Wednesday; four calls on Thursday.

▲ Georgia State Patrol Post 45 — Five calls Wednesday; three calls on Thursday.

▲Georgia Southern University Police Department – Two calls Wednesday.

▲ Metter Police Department — One call Wednesday; three calls on Thursday.

▲ Portal Police Department – ​​A call Thursday.

▲ Statesboro Police Department — 42 calls Wednesday; 47 calls on Thursday.

➤ Fire services

▲ Bulloch County Fire Department — Two calls Wednesday; one fire call, one first responder call and 23 medical calls on Thursday.

▲ Claxton Fire Department – ​​A call Thursday.

▲ Metter Fire Department — A call Wednesday.

▲ Statesboro Fire Department — A call Wednesday; five calls Thursday.

➤ Emergency medical services

▲ Bulloch County EMS – One accident call and 24 medical calls Wednesday; one fire call, one first responder call and 23 medical calls on Thursday.

▲ Candler County EMS – Eight medical calls Wednesday; three calls on Thursday.

▲ Evans County EMS – Seven medical calls Wednesday; seven calls on Thursday.

➤ Other Agencies

▲ 911 hangs up — 48 calls Wednesday; 43 calls Thursday.

▲ Bulloch County Animal Services – A call Wednesday.

▲ Bulloch County Correctional Institute – A Thursday call.

▲ Emanuel County 911 — Two calls Wednesday.

▲ Effingham County 911 — A call Wednesday.

▲ Jenkins County 911 — A call Wednesday.

▲ Other agency — A call Wednesday.

— compiled by Jim Healy

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