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The driver told Williams she was looking for a friend's house but did not reveal an address. Williams smelled marijuana coming from inside the vehicle, and a female passenger admit- ted to having a blunt in the vehicle. Williams then searched the vehicle and found a blunt in the pas- senger's side door as well as a small plastic bag of mari- juana inside of a makeup pouch in the passenger side compartment. The pas- senger admitted the bag of marijuana also belonged to her. The passenger was Hen taken to the Mon- roe County Jail while the driver was issued tickets for speeding and a window tint violation. Man arrested after gestures, chasing offer moving mrs A 29-year-old white Jackson man was arrested and charged with pedes- trian darting out in traffic and pedestrian under the influence of drugs after an incident on High Falls Road on March 26. At about 1:49 p.m Deps. Jacob Robins and Chris- tian Sawley and Sgt. Kevin Williams were notified by dispatchers of an irate man at High Falls State Park. The deputies spotted the man walking alongside High Falls Road, yelling and making hand gestures and causing traffic to back up behind him. Robins approached the man at the corner of High Falls and Buck Creek roads, and the man, speaking in the third person, said he didn't do anything and just needed a ride to his mother's house. The man, who was shaking and rambling, couldn't find his ID but kept repeating his name in incomprehen- sible sentences. The man then pulled his gi'ill out of his mouth and threat- ened to fight the deputies. Robins told the man he could either keep walking to his mother's house off the roadway or be arrested. The man then kept walking down Buck Creek Road but began to chase after cars as ffhe was a dog before skipping back toward High Falls Road. The man then turned around and flashed obscene hand gestures at the deputies and again ran in front of traffic. Williams then approached the man a second time and asked him when he had last smoked methamphetamine. When the man answered that he had smoked "five min- utes ago" he was arrested and taken to the Monroe County Jail. man wlth Dill after Hwy. 42 South traffic stop A S0-year-old white Forsyth man was arrested and charged with DUI after a traffic stop on Hwy. 42 South on March 26. At about 8:21 p.m Sgt. Kirk Seckinger saw a gray 2011 Chevrolet 2500 pickup truck speeding in excess of 100 mph and failing to maintain its lane on Hwy. 42 South. Seckinger stopped the truck in a pri- vate driveway and smelled alcohol coming from inside the truck. The male driver had slurred speech and admitted to having drunk two beers about an hour prior to the stop. When Seckinger then asked the driver, who could not find his license, about taking some field sobriety tests, the driver said he prob- ably would not pass them. The driver, who was very unsteady on his feet and used the truck to keep from falling, then failed a field sobriety test. Seckinger then .searched the truck and found an open, cold 20-ounce can of Mango- Rita on the passenger side floorboard. Seckinger then took the driver to the Monroe County Jail, where the driver failed to give a proper sample on a state breath test. The driver was also charged with failure to maintain lane, speed- ing and an open container violation. Michigan driver blames man]uana found in vehicle on Uber passengers A 32-year-old black Saginaw, Mich. man was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana after a traffic stop on 1-75 South on March 27. At about 12:27 a.m Cpl. Thomas Haskins saw a gray 2007 Saturn Aura without tag ligh traveling on 1-75 South near mile marker 189. Haskins smelled a strong odor of raw mari- juana coming from inside the vehicle. The male driver told Haskins he was an Uber driver, and he lets people smoke marijuana in his vehicle because they usually tip more. Haskins and Dep. Perry Fitzgerald then searched the vehicle and found a plastic bag with raw marijuana inside under the driver's side floor mat. The driver said the marijuana was not his and must have been left there by an Uber passenger. Haskins asked the driver how an Uber passenger could have left marijuana under the driver's side floor mat, and the driver just shook his head. Haskins then took the driver to the Monroe County Jail, where he was also charged with having no tag lights. Macon passenger arrested after giving false name during 1-75 S. stop A 32-year-old black Macon man was arrested and charged with giving a false name and obstruc- tion after a traffic stop on 1-75 South on March 26. At about 7:13 p.m Cpl. Thomas Haskins saw a beige 1997 Toyota Corolla with a large spider crack on its front windshield and a cracked rear taillight lens cover traveling on 1-75 South near mile marker 187. Dispatchers deter- mined the female driver had a suspended license while they couldn't find any information on the male driver, who claimed to have a Mississippi license. When Haskins asked the driver about the passenger's iden- tity, the driver said, "I don't know why he's lying. You l have to ask him." Haskins then told the passenger to put his hands behind his back at which point, passenger replied, "Man, I didn't do s---." and began to walk away. Haskins then grabbed the passen- ger's arms and took him to the ground at which point he handcuffed him. The passenger then gave Haskins his real name and date of birth and said he lied because he had an arrest warrant out of Bibb Count. Deputies then took the driver and passenger to the Monroe County Jail. The driver, a 34-year-old white Macon woman, was charged with violation of windshield requirements and driving while license suspended. Pruett truck driver arrested after meth, marijuana found in pockets A 31-year-old white East,: :; man man was arrested and ; charged with possession of marijuana and posses- sion of methamphetamine after a traffic stop on Rumble Road on March 27. At about 12:15 p.m Dep. Timothy Campfield was conducting a sobriety checkpoint on Rumble Road at 1-75 South when a yellow 2010 GMC Sierra pickup truck with a Pruett Air Conditioninglogo on i it approached the check- point. Campfield smelled a strong odor of cologne coming from inside the vehicle, and the male driver appeared visibly nervous. The driver, who had just lit a cigarette, denied having consumed any alcohol but became even more nervous when Campfield asked him i ifhe was trying to hide the smell of drugs. Campfield and Cpl. lake Justice then searched the driver and his male passenger. While Justice patted down the driver, the driver said, "I'm going to jail. I messed up" and admitted to having marijuana inside the truck. Campfield then found marijuana and drug para- phernalia inside the driver's right cargo pants pocket and a black and yellow pouch containing meth- amphetamine inside the driver's left cargo pocket. Deputies then found in the driver side floorboard an- other small bag of marijua- na. The passenger was then released from the scene while the driver was taken to the Monroe County Jail. See INCIDENTS * Page 6B The following arrests were reported by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office March 23-29. An arrest means someone has been charged with a crime, but the law considers them innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. lames Sellers Elfiott, 22, I Macon, GCC I (Probate) James David l /.ill Hancock, 52, Atlanta, DUI Corey I mll I Rachau, 36, Hampton, I I driving wr elicense I suspended, speeding Anna Marie Sampson, 19, West Park, off bond C men Shepard [ I Torres, 30, Ellenwood, possession of marijuana, DUI Trelvis White, 41, Decatur, bur- glary, simple battery !. Michael I High, 32, t 0rsy , to maintain I lane, posses- sion of drugs, possession of marijuana with intent, probation vio- lation Savannah Suddeth, 24, Molena, possession of marijuana Bennie Watson Jr 62, Forsyth, seat belt violation, possession of marijuana, possession of drug related objects, drugs Byron Hicks, 32, Alma, tail- lights, having no proof of insurance, trafficking in the manufac- ture of meth- amphetamine ler y Keith Knight, 39, Covington, DUI, speed- ing Napoleon Bonaparte Mays, 22, Forsyth, DUI Ray Mays, 42, Forsyth, obstruction, simple battery JSABIe8 Christopher Warren, 50, Forsyth, obstruction Gregory Brown, 42, Lilburn, GCC (Probate) Burton, 34, Macon, driv- ing while license suspended, violation of windshield requirement Tavoris Leon Clark, 32, Macon, obstruction, giving false name David Charles Francis, 50, Forsyth, fail to maintain lane, DUI, open container, @eedmg Mickey Scott Miller, 29, Jackson, pedestrian darting out in traffic, pedes- trian under the influence Jacob Andrew Siddons, 29, Jack on GCC (city) Kenneth Joe Taylor, 49, Barnesville, aggressive driving, obstruction Martin Bemadi, ~1 63, West I Columbia, s.c Dtn, commercial vehicle driven using or pos- sessing alco- hol .Lance Martreil Cope, 32, Saginaw, Mich posses- sion of marl- juana, taillights Benjamin Navado Crosby, 45, Lizella, no brake lights or working turn signals, posses- sion of mari- juana George Moshier, 45, Macon, pos- session of a firearm by a convicted felon, parole violation Wayne V'mcent Rdaford, 61, Forsyth, failure to stop for stop sign, driving while license suspended Brandon Eugene Sims, " 20, Springfield, Ohio, tail- lights, driving while license suspended Diego Tre) o- Sanchez, 20, Nicholls, fail- ure to stop for stop sign, win- dow tint viola- tion, driving while license suspended Wesley David Tye, 31, Eastman, possession of marijuana, possession of drugs Kevin Brown, 30, Warner Robins, driv- ing without a license Morgan Ayanna Crawford, 24, Saginaw, Mich giving false name Levi Davis, I mLl 22, Ocala, Fla speeding, possession of marijuana, drugs not in original con- tainer, drugs Tully Charles DeFore, 29, Forsyth, theft by taking Payton Rian Frazier, 21, HonoraviUe, Ala DUI Permillia Kate Gledhill, 63, Macon, failure to maintain lane, DUI Stantavius larelle Hill, 29, Forsyth, failure to maintain lane, driving while license sus- pended, drugs, crossing guard lines with con- traband . Arturo Medmno, 39, Locust Grove, driving while license sus- pended Michele Louise Mitchell, 55, Forsyth, sim- ple battery Agustin Nunez, 38, Lawrenceville, driving while license sus- pended Walter Gerard Pless, 34, Atlanta, speeding, possession of marijuana, drugs Anquon ette Davis, 30, Macon, failure to appear in court Dalvin Mohley, 23, Collins, driving while license suspended, window tint violation Charles E. Peebles, 42, Macon, driving while license sus- pended Joseph White, 43, Social Circle, open container, possession of marijuana