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It's not permanent


November 06, 2017

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IT’S NOT PERMANENT – A George Road woman told Bulloch County Sheriff’s deputies she entered into a “temporary intimate relationship” with a man she has known several years. She said the man sends her threatening texts and harasses her as well as her children, since he lives near their school bus stop.

RATED “X” IN SPANISH – A Bethel Church Road man was upset when he found porn and nasty texts in Spanish. He told deputies the messages were “harassing and vulgar” and said he did not download the photos, which he said were also vulgar.

STRANGE VISITORS – A Mallard Pond Road man called Bulloch County 911 several times one night, claiming someone “came up through his floors and walls” and entered his home. He said they were in his closet; he saw a light and fired a warning shot into the closet but no one came out. He said he saw someone in a blue hoodie outside his home and heard them “apply pressure” to a window. Her told deputies these events were linked to his vehicle being reported stolen a while back, but it was returned. Deputies found no visitors or evidence thereof.

SHE MUST LIKE JAIL FOOD – A female Bulloch County Jail inmate resisted orders and was sprayed with OC spray after striking jailers. She refused to walk when escorted to a cell, stood in front of another cell where her boyfriend was contained, and further resisted going into her own cell. She was placed in isolation and additional charges were filed against her.

SMART MOVE –A female passenger in a vehicle involved in a wreck on Highway 67 ran towards the driver of the other car involved, and struck the female driver, blaming her for the wreck and for her father going to jail. Her actions ensured that she, too, went to jail.

ALMOST HALLOWEEN – A resident of apartments on Rucker Lane called Statesboro police to report $30 worth of assorted candy had been stolen from the home.


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