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The boyfriend was arrested because he was wanted for a parole violation. Walmart shopper gets refund after Ioacrmg bricks in pockag'mg box A man returned a security cam- era system to Walmart and got a refund before store employees realized he had put bricks back into the packaging and appar- ently kept the security camera' system on Feb. 18. The Walmart security official told officer Teldric Middlebrooks that the man came in wearing a white Panama City pullover, blue jeans and white sneakers and bought the security camera around I p.m. He re- turned it around 3:30 p.m. and got his $319 back. After he left in a dark Nissan sedan the employees found the bricks inside the box. Brookwoocl Drive man reports neighbor strikes him on head on Feb. 18 A Brookwood Drive man told Forsyth officer Cpl. Wade Ken- drick at 8 p.m. on Feb. 18 that a neighbor assaulted him in a sur- prise attack while he was walking down the street, striking him on the left side of his head. Kendrick noted a large knot on his head and a swollen lip. The suspect's mother next door said her son was not home, that she didn't know where he was, and refused to let police inside, only giving his name and birthdate. The victim said the neighbors are new so he doesn't know who it was but said he did want to press charges. Laundromat customer reports H&R Block tax card stolen from wallet A Patriot Laundry customer told Forsyth officer Cpl. Wade Kendrick on Feb. 19 that she had left her wallet at the laundromat. She said when she returned, the clerk gave her her wallet as someone had turned it in. But the woman said her H&R Block card was missing and so she needed to file a police report before her tax refund was applied to the card. She said she wants to press cha ges. Michigan man reports fraudulent charges after wallet stolen A Michigan man told Forsyth officer Cpl. Wade Kendrick on Feb. 21 that he left his wallet at the Shell station on a trip to Florida and that someone was trying to make fraudulent charges in For- syth. He said he did want to press charges if an arrest is made. Missing wallet returned to owner after being found on MLK Drive Someone turned in a wallet found in the street in front of the Little Store on MLK Drive on Feb. 22. The wallet was returned to its owner, who works at Brentwood Apartments. He said nothing was missing from the wallet. Man arrested after selling alarm systems without permit in city A 20-year-old Utah man was arrested for selling alarm systems door to door in the Country Club area without a city permit. Forsyth officer Barajas responded to reports of a suspicious person going door to door and When Sgt. David Asbell arrived he recognized the man from the day before when he had told him he needed a permit. Asbell cited him for selling without a permit and was arrested and turned over to Monroe County deputies. Charles Place resident reports wife threw shoes, lawn equipment At about 5:04 p.m. on Feb. 23, a male Charles Place resident told Dep. Nicolas Ortiz that his wife had chased him around their house while throwing objects at him. The resident said his wife was having mental issues and was acting crazy. He said he tried to get his wife help, but their con- versation escalated into a heated argument. The resident said his wife then began throwing shoes and yard equipment at him. The resident said his wife eventually caught up to him, hitting him in the face and ripping his shirt open. The resident said when he told his wife he was going to call the Monroe County Sheriff's Office, she left their home. When his wife later returned, she told Ortiz she began throwing items at her husband as a result of a panic attack. The wife also admitted to hitting her husband in the face and ripping his shirt. The wife said she was just released from the hospital after a stroke and multiple surgeries. Ortiz told the couple they needed to separate to defuse the situation. The resident, who offered to leave, said he didn't want to press charges against his wife, only to get her mental help. Woman reports attack by other man's wife at Cougar Road home At about 10:31 a.m. on Feb. 25, a Locust Grove woman told Dep. Christian Sawley that she drove a man to a Cougar Road home to pick up some belongings on Dec. 2, 2018. The woman said when she arrived at the home she gave another man a hug. The woman said the other man's wife then grabbed her by the hair causing her to fall down. The woman said the other man's wife then began banging the woman's head on the ground until the man came over and got the other man's wife off of her. The woman said she left the home but was too scared to report the incident at the time. arlros after allegedly choking pregnant girlfriend A 43-year-old black Forsyth man was arrested on Feb. 25 and charged with aggravated assault and battery against a pregnant female after he allegedly punched and choked his girlfriend on Feb. 23. At about 1:37 a.m. on Feb. 24, a male Monroe County EMT told Dep. Rustin Hardesty that he responded at about 11:44 p.m. on Feb. 23 to a George Street home about a woman possibly being in labor. The EMT said he determined the woman, who is fivemonths pregnant, was hav- ing contractions and took her to Macon's Coliseum Hospital for treatment: The EMT said the woman told a female nurse that a man had assaulted her. The woman said the man hit her in the face with his fist, busting her lip and giving her a black eye. She said he also choked her until she passed out and hit her on the right side of her stomach, only stopping when she told him she was having contractions. Hardesty then turned the case over to Inv. Chris Landers. See INCIDENTS Page 6B The following arrests were reported by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office and Forsyth Pohce Department on Feb. 25-March 3. An arrest means someone has been charged with a crime, but the law considers them innocent until proven guilty Jn a court of law. Shae Smith, Trenton 50, Macon, Beirly, 21, driving while Henderson- license re- viUe, N.C voked, having headlight vio- no insurance, lation, speed- suspended ing, driving registration while license Rico revoked Wadley, 46, Colby Soperton, Blunt, 27, obstruction, Ocala, Fla failure to use driving while turn signal, license re- speeding voked Clymeria William Shaccara Grizzard, 25, Watts, 21, Forsyth, disor Forsyth, crim derly conduct inal trespass Ray Mays, 43, Forsyth, battery against a pregnant female, aggra- vated assault Steven Charles Nixon, 63, St. Petersburg, Fla failure to appear Adrian Rainey, 34, Fairburn, driving while license re- voked Ashley Armistead, 28, Conyers, reckless driv- ing, following too closely, failure to maintain lane, tire violation, failure to use turn signal, driver to exer- cise due care, failure to yield for emergency vehicle Marqud Brown, 24, Athens, failure to appear :"ii!iii i i iiiii ;i i Patrick Leland Coverson, 47, Lilbum, failure to ap- pear Nadia Simone Holmes, 20, Atlanta, driv ing without a valid license Fred Ran- rail Holt, 30, Jackson, possession of drug related objects, viola- tion of proba- tion John Douglas, 33, Jackson, giving a false name/date of birth, posses- sion of am- phetamine Freder ick Zellner, 36, F0rsyth, possession Of synthetic marijuana, violation of probation, having no brake lights or working turn signals, driving with- out a license, obstruction Scott Curtis Cam- mack, 58, Cedar Hill, Texas, DUI Donteri- ous Keyon Frye, 21, Forsyth, obstruction, violation of probation Geam- brose Mar- celle Head, 29, Forsyth, obstruction Hazel Laluan May, 48, Statesboro, tag lights re- quired, driving while license revoked Omar Ale- jandro Wilson, 52, Atlanta, driving while license revoked Austin Davon Wright, 23, Byron, possession of a weapon dur ing the com- mission of a felony, theft by receiving stolen property, pos- session of mari- juana, drugs not in original container, pos- session of drug related objects, window tint violation, possession of amphetamine o Trevor Wade Lain- bert, 42, Lenoir, Tenn DUI Adarphus McKinney, 40, Macon, altered tag, expired registration, no insurance, open container, driving while license revoked Yoni Baudilio Perez Mendez, 35, Towson, Md driving while license revoked Rodney Heath Strasser, 39, Chesney, S.C first de- gree burglary; second degree criminal dam- age to property Adri- anne Nicole Howard, 34, Macon, driviiag while license revoked Morris Matthews, 62 [ disor- ' i: )!i i/" derly conduct Jamitch- ell Tyhiene Owens, 39, Forsyth, failure to maintain lane, driving while license revoked Andrew Tuff, 56, Ma con, driving while license suspended/ revoked Charles Michael East, 35, Macon, fail- ure to maintain lane, slow poke violation, reck- less driving, failure to signal when turning or changing lanes, driver to exercise due care Kathryn Celeste Hardy, 40, Macon, fail- ure to appear Shameka Mechelle Macon, driving while license revoked Hector Rodriguez, 30, Pharr, Texas, open container, of marijuana, possession of drug related objects, driv- ing without a license, use of license plate with intent to conceal Desirae Nichole Bet ton, 24, Nor- cross, driving while license suspended/ revoked, speed- ing, window tint violation Annabel Leigh Cole, 19, Forsyth, DUI, underage pos- session of alco- hol, possession of drug related objects, posses- sion of mari- juana, failure to maintain lane, open container, driving too fast for conditions Richard Lee Critchfield, 47, Charleston, W.V second degree burglary Alvaro Eduardo Ramirez, 25, West Palm Beach, Fla speeding, windshield violation, child seatbelt violation, driv- ing without a license Calvin "Ihomas, 28, Forsyth, driving while license re- voked, having no license on person, open container, windshield violation Robbie Lewis Wil- liams, 43, Bogart, driving while license revoked