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"Ihe Lord loves righteousness and justice; the earth is full of his unfailing love - Psalm 33:5 The Monroe County Reporter May 29, 2019 !~I}~}}~}}~iiHIIII~HH~}}}}}~ii~IIIH~H!I~}~}}~Hii~i~IIIII!!Hi~H}I~}I~!iiiiII~I~i!iii}i}~}~i!i~iHiii~I~iii~iIIII~HiiiiiI~i~iii!II~}~}}I!iiIII~I~i~ii~II~}~!~H~I~I~I~]~i~}I~}I~i~i[[HII~I~HH[I}~}IHiiii~IIH~IHiIHHI~!]iHI~II~HIIiii~I~I~HHi!IIIIH~iiiHII~i~H!I!~IIH~HHiiIIHiI~iiii~iHI~Hi~IIH~{IIiiHi~I~II~ t INCIDENT REPORTS May 29, 2019 The following incidents were reported by the Forsyth Pohce Department and the Monroe County Sheriff's Office May 17-22 K.B. Sutton Field Day attendee reports 5UV door struck on May 17 At about 2 p.m. on May 17, a Forsyth woman told Cp1. Holly Martinage that she was at Field Day at K.B. Sutton Elementary when someone hit the front pas- senger side door of her red 2013 Chevrolet Equinox while parked along a sidewalk. The woman said she noticed the damage when she went to leave, and Martinage also saw visible damage. Juliette Road residents accuse neighbors of firing shot during feud At about 1:49 a.m. on May 17, Cpls. Jacob Robins and Nicolas Ortiz and Deps. Paul Stewart and Akedra Robertson went to a Juliette Road home about a noise complaint. When deputies arrived, a male resident said he was trying to get his child to sleep while his Hester Road neighbors were playing loud music in their yard. The male resident said he went out to the road and yelled for his three neighbors, a male and two females to turn down the music. The male resident said they initially cut down the music but then one of the female neighbors replied, "F--- that," and turned the music back up. The male resident said he then yelled again for them to turn down the music while a female resident called 9-1-1. The male resident said after the female resident called 9-1-1, the female neighbor who had cursed responded by firing a small caliber pistol in the air before pointing it at the residents. The female neighbor told deputies the male resident came over yelling at them to cut down their music, which she said led to an argument. The female neighbor then denied having a pistol at all and said she thought the gunshot came from the residents' home. Ortiz then met with the male neighbor, who was pretending to be asleep in' a bedroom. Ortiz saw an empty pistol holster in the bedroom, but the male neighbor daimed he was asleep the whole time and never saw anything. The male resident then told Robertson the female neighbor was standing in the front yard under a tree when she fired the shot. Stewart then searched the male neighbor's truck for the pistol. Although he didn't find it, he found a spent shell casing for a small pistol in the area where the resident said the shot had been fired. All three neighbors were extremely intoxicated, and the male neighbor later admitted he had been outside during the dispute but ran inside when 9-1-1 was called. Deputies ordered the neighbors to turn offtheir music and go to bed. Lassiter Road resident reports mailbox stolen from home on May 17 At about 4:20 p.m. on May 17, a female Lassiter Road resident told Cpl. Timothy Campfield that 80111 011 ~tOl~ her III~2JL~o.& aI].{1 mailbox post. The resident said she left her home at about 3 p.m. that day at which time she noticed her mailbox was missing. The resident said her in-laws, who live nearby on Lassiter Road, also had their mailbox stolen. Warner Robins driver charged with cocaine possession in 1-75 stop A 29-year-old Hispanic War- ner Robins man was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine after a traffic stop on 1-75 North on'May 18. At about 3:18 p.m Cpl. Thomas Haskins was notified by a Perry police officer of a gray 2009 Ford Fusion travel- ing recklessly on 1-75 North near mile marker 198. Haskins saw the vehicle's window tint was very dark and was unable to see inside the vehicle. The male driver told Haskins he did not have a license. Haskins then found in the driver's pocket a two-inch long hollow tube of an ink pen with white residue inside. The driver admit- ted the residue was cocaine left over from a party the night before Haskins also found in the driver's pocket a folded $1 bill, which the driver said contained "only a little bit" of cocaine. A female passen- ger was released from the scene, but the driver was taken to the Monroe County Jail. The driver was also charged with driving while unlicensed and a window tint violation. provenl wreck drunk driver passes out A 52-year-old white Macon woman was arrested and charged with DUI after a traffic stop on Hwy. 41 South on May 17. At about 7:46 p.m Cpl. Jacob Robins was notified by dispatchers of a white 2004 Cadillac SUV traveling northbound on Hwy. 41 South that was all over the roadway, nearly striking oncoming traffic. Robins and Deps. Paul Stewart and Akedra Robertson found the SUV stopped in the middle of Hwy. 41 South. SheriffBfad Free- man directed traffic while Robins smelled a strong odor of alcohol coming from the SUV's female driver. The driver was passed out behind the wheal but occasion- ally tried to talk in an extremely slurred manner. The driver refused to exit the SUV and pulled on the door frame as Robins tried to remove her from the SUV. q-he driver refused to say whether she had consumed alcohol or drugs. As the driver leaned against her SU,she nearly fell to the ground but Robertson caught her. Free- man told Robins he witnessed the SUV driving erratically. He said he then saw the SUV come to a stop on a curve just before the H r. 41 South intersection with King Road. Freeman said he saw the driver was passed out and had to put his foot on her brake and put the SUV in park to keep it from rolling any further. Monroe County EMTs then took the driver to Monroe County Hospital for treatment. The following day, on May 18, she was released and taken to the Monroe County Jail. The driver was also charged with failure to maintain lane, reckless driving and violation of wind= shield requirements. Hampton Inn resident reports Ruger firearm stolen from motel room A Hampton Inn resident told police Sgt. David Asbell on May 18 that someone stole his Ruger .380 gun from his room while he and his wife went to dinner. Secu- rity video showed only the couple leaving and returning to the room. See INCIDENTS Page 5B ,-,; ~, ,*j [) n-. ;,;'2, ,a2T; .L- i;oC ,{dI, =,W C 7o I The following arrests were reported by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office and Forsyth Po- lice Department on May 20-27 An arrest means someone has been charged with a crime, but the law considers them innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. '~: ~ ":': ":"~ ':~: :~ ~ ~: ~ ~,~ r~:~:~ ,~ Wil- Amanda liamJoseph Michelle Denby, 35, Denby, 29, Forsyth, I Forsyth, possessmn of possession of " marijuana, drugs possession of RObert methamphet- Foster, 37, amine - ' Jacksonville, ~'~ Nucoma Fla driving I iL Grindle, while license 41, Demor- revoked est, driving [ Desian while license Ishmael Harvey, 25, revoked, fail to maintain lane Forsyth, im: proper back Shandrea - Latrice Jemi- ing, driving F s whilelicense son, 30, ore t " " Park, driving revoked Donavan while license revoked M. Scott, 56, -- ----- Lawrencev- )iUlllg'~ . . . file, drivin David Jones, g I ^." while license I 38, Cuvu, - revoked, ton, failure to appear suspended leffery registration Benard Teresa Lucas, 25, Austell, driv- ing without a valid license, speeding Ricardo Bohorhquez, 32, Biloxi, Miss driv- ing without a license, fail to maintain lane, speeding Stepha- nie Astair Southern, 31, Macon, hav- ing no insur- ance, driving while license revoked, suspended registration Jones Scott, 42, Forsyth, el- der abuse, first degree forgery, financial transaction card fraud Mark Hen- ry Thompson, 47, Byron, driving while license re- voked Jack Vannieu- wenhoven, 52, Suamico, Wis failure to maintain lane, open contain- er, DUI iiiiiiiiiiii i [ Sharvesia dhHenry .isabella Ins- Scott, 25, 't hie Kunz Frost, I Macon, driving S 2s 'ro, 21, FayetteviUe, while license I disorderly con- revoked ,Ld~.~ ;; I David ,g. cBenjamin Franklin Ste' while license [ revoked /Michael Bagley, I phens, 44, For- , Twana "27; Forsyth, fail- syth, driving ure to maintain while license Laday sha .I tll F - e lane, violation ot I revoked ry,' ited driving Forsyth, .Derrick . permit Eugene West, contempt or - Mariahama, I 30, Monticello, court As ar son, Kalal 22 [ 22,Atlanta, I license re- ' ',identity theft Aurora, Ill voked, speed- obscuring I rraua ing - Claire tagframe, I1 :,I1 possession of I HadenCraw- . I ford, 24, Macon, I marguana 1 driving while [ Dontavious [ license revok I Ramon Allen, 23, Forsyth, . ': -::: ':':a Leigh :: 'driving I Maunce 29 while license Bradley, 47, !. ann/,[ St. Louis, acon, simple revoked Mo, failure battery (Family ] suspended" to maintain [1~[l Violence) ~ registration , Devin La- Robert I lane, drwmg i!11 Wyatt Brock, / while license mar Merntt, 25, i :, revoked Jackson, disor- I 37, Barnesville, o am derly conduct i failure to stop M h - med M Dontriell ate stop sign, n Demetrius Pace, t Marquette I 25, Lithonia, D. Howard, 38, Findlay, . . . drwmg while Ohio, failure Macon, driving . ucense sus- l I I to use turn ~1 while license !i slg" nal driv- penaealrevoKeo, i speeding suspended/re- ; ing while [ voked, speed- Miles ucense Jermaine ing ksee Williams, 22, LarryDan- Macon, failureto idMann,35, t~mpanua, 36,B e appear Julie e,D l driving with- :' ron" DustinMoore,Jah,28, -------- out a license, Macon, driving speeding while license Kenny Lee Free- man, 58, Macon, driving while license revoked Widlove loubert, 34, Macon, identity theft fraud Latasha Morton, 43, Forsyth, failure to ap- pear Carlton Owin Uss- cry, 44, For- syth, failure to appear ~. ', 5 Wade Al- len Carr, 21, Gra) tag lights required, open container viola- tion, DUI Hal Jerome Chambers, 48, Macon, DUI, speeding Davarius Antonio Her- ring, 29, Stock- bridge, failure to appear Ethan Riggs, 29, Gray, giving false informa- tion, drugs, possession of methamphet- amine, driving while license revoked revoked, tag lights required Melissa Ann Nessing, 52, Macon, DUI Luis Torres, 25, Atlanta, open container, possession of marijuana, DUI, speeding, possession of drug related objects Alexander Fitzgerald Williams, 38, Forest Park, suspended registration, driving while license revoked Scottie Lee Worley, 46, Forsyth, simple i Adaeja Samone Alexander, 22, Cordele, giving false informa- tion, driving while license revoked Antwan , Corey Blaise, [ 31, Macon, fail- ure to maintain lane, failure to use turn signal, window tint violation, following too closely, driving while license revoked Jaime Thomas Cal- lahan, 50, Macon, driving while license revoked, failure to maintain lane Engeio Hernandez, 20, Forest Park, fleeing, expired registration, tire violation, ---------- seatbelt viola- tion, failure to maintain lane, driver to exercise due " care, failure to use turn signal, no insur- ance, reckless driving, tag lights required, speeding, use of license plate with intent to conceal Jocelyn Ra- chel Segarra, 29, Atlanta, Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substance Act William Er- nest Wheeler, 37, Flovilla, theft by taking t