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The Lord loves righteousness and justice; the earth is fidl of his untaflfllg love- Psalm 33:5 The Monroe County Reporter May 30, 2018 it !i F~{i} ! ! ~ii{ i HIiH i iii{ { liiii!H ! i~iV:iiHii{{ I i ii:.~i i',~ H :.iifH~i :. iiii}~Vi:.::!::::H{H{!!i:. :Hi~i~ ~i::ii:. ii{{~ ~:. H I~!H!!!!!i!H{llH!!i!!!i~HHii!iiiH~!ii H!!!H!!iiiiiiiiii{{{{i }i iiiiiii!iiiHiiii!{i/~i~i F INCIDENT REPORTS MAY 30, 2018 The following incidents were reported by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office May 15-22. Man arrested who was rubbing her shin after allegedly where a large red mark and bruise were forming. The pushing elderly mother said her youngest mother on May 18 son became upset because she would not give him A 43-year-old black money, so he pushed her Forsyth man was arrested down and hit her on her and charged with simple legs. The mother said she battery against a person did not want her young- 65 years of age or older est son in her home any- after he allegedly pushed more. The father, who his mother down during was unable to speak, then a domestic dispute at a nodded and mouthed the Hwy. 74 home on May word "yes, when Maples 18. At about 3:30 p.m asked if his youngest son Dep. Cody Maples went had pushed his wife down to a Hwy. 74 home where and hit her. Maples then two Forsyth men, who are met with the youngest brothers, said they had brother, who said he was received a call from their upset because several of 78-year-old mother say- his family members owed ing their younger brother him money. The young- had pushed her down and est brother said he wanted hit her. One of the broth- the money then because ers said when he arrived he wanted to go to the at his parents' home, his store. He also said he lost younger brother was act- his license and food stamp ing violently and arguing card and needed to go look with everyone, saying they for them. When Maples owed him money. The asked the youngest brother brother said he called the if he had pushed his Monroe County Sheriffs mother down, the young- Office and then walked to est brother tumed his the edge of the road to wait head away from him and for deputies at which point declined to speak. Maples his younger brother fol- then arrested the youngest lowed him to the road and brother and took him to grabbed him. The brother the Monroe County Jail. said his younger brother tried to throw him into the Savannah woman road and told him he was charged with DUI going to push him in front of:g, semi-truck.Theother after deputy finds brother told Maples that Mango-Rita can his mother had told him the same thing about the A 22-year-old white younger brother's actions Savannah woman was and said she was crying in arrested and charged with pain. The other brother DUI (refusal) after a traffic said he had been con- stop on 1-75 North on May cemed about his younger 19. At about 10:09 p.m brother's treatment of their Dep. Christian Sawley was parents for a while. Maples notified by dispatchers of then met with the mother a red 2013 Toyota Corolla failing to maintain its lane wreck occurred when a Christian Sawley his name, anger. Monroe County and changing speeds from raccoon ran out in front of Thompson received a EMTs then checked the 40 mph to 90 mph on 1-75 her car, causing her to lose photo of the passenger husband's blood sugar and North near mile marker control. The driver then from dispatch that did not determined it was high but 190. Hawley smelled alco- failed several field sobriety match the description of not dangerously high while hol coming from inside tests and was taken to the the passenger. Deputiesfirefighters put out the fire the car, but the female Monroe County Jail, where then searched the car and without further incident. driver denied consuming she was also charged with found a Jennings 9 mm Williams then took the any alcohol. The female failure to maintain lane. handgun, which both husband to the Monroe passenger admitted to hav- the driver and the pas-County Jail. Maples then ing four drinks and said Mother reports senger denied was theirs, met with the couple's Deputies then took the two children, ages 7 and fromthe smell her at could which be point coming daughter missing handgun into evidence 9, and saw the interior of the driver admitted to hav- after failing to and handcuffed the pas-the home had also been ing one drink. However, return from work senger. The passenger then destroyed. The children Sawley noticed an orange- admitted he had given his said their father became colored liquid around the At about 1:47 p.m. on younger brother's name angry about their mother driver's lips. The driver May 18, a Macon woman and revealed he had an leaving and started taking then refused a field breath told Sgt. Kevin Williams arrest warrant out of Jones things outside. They said test but agreed to take that her husband dropped County for a probation their father then made several field sobriety tests, their daughter off for work violation. Thompson then several phone calls to their which she failed. Sawley at CVS on Zebulon Road took the passenger to the mother, cursing and yell- and Cpl. John Thompson in Macon at about 10 a.m. Monroe County Jail. ing at her. Maples then then searched the car on May 13. The woman notified Monroe County and found a half-empty, said she has not talked to Man arrested after Department of Family and 24-ounce orange Mang- her daughter since then Children Services (DFCS) O-Rita can in the back seat and said her daughter took I hlJng spouse's about the matter. under some clothes. When several large bags of clothes On fil'e Thompson asked the driv- with her to work that day.- at T gle Rd. home Deputy locates er if that was what she had The woman said he daugh- driver asleep over been drinking, the driver ter often leaves for sev- A 37-year-old white replied, "It could be orange eral days at a time before Forsyth man was arrested steering wheel juice." Sawley then took returning home but said it and charged with criminal during 1-75 stop the driver to the Monroe was unusual for her to be damage to property and County Jail, where she was gone that long. Williams reckless conduct after he A 48-year-old black also charged with speed- then called CVS, but allegedly set fire to his Atlanta man was arrested ing, failure to maintain the female manager saidwife's possessions during and charged with DUI lane and an open container no one with the daugh- a domestic dispute at a after a traffic stop on 1-75 violation, ter's name works there.Hwy. 42 South home on South on May 15. At Williams then entered the May 15. At about 7 a.m about 5:17 p.m Sgt. Kevin nhcer charged daughter as missing, a female Hwy. 42 SouthWilliams saw a blue 2003 with after resident told Dep. Cody Dodge Caravan stopped flipping Jetta in Driver arrested Maples that her husband in traffic on 1-75 South Ttmgle Road wreck after giving false was lighting her property near mile marker 182 in on fire outside their home. which the male driver was name, date of When Maples arrived, slumped over the steering A 25-year-old white birth to deputy he saw a large amount of wheel. Williams yelled at Griffin woman was arrest- smoke coming from the the driver multiple times ed and charged with DUI A 30-year-old black rear of the home, and the in an unsuccessful effort after a one-vehicle accident Macon man was arrested resident appeared to have to wake him up. Finally, on Teagle Road on May and charged with givingbeen crying. Maples sawWilliams grabbed the 18. At about 11:08 p.m afalse name and date of the husband was standing driver's shirt and shook Cpl. John Thompson was birth after a traffic stop next to two trunks of what him several times, and the notified by dispatchers of on 1-75 South on May appeared to be photos and driver finally woke up. a silver 2003 Volkswagen 20. At about 10:55 p.m personal documents while When Williams asked the letta overturned in the Cpl. John Thompson saw holding a gas can and adriver if he was akight, the westbound lane of Teagle a black 2015 Chevrolet lighter. Sgt. Kevin Williams driver, who had slurred Road, blocking the lane. Malibu with dark windowthen removed the resident speech and smelled of alco- Thompson saw the female tint traveling on 1-75 South from the area and called hol, mumbled something driver standing alongside near mile marker 187. the Monroe County Fire unintelligible. The driver the road with the female Thompson also smelled Department to the scenedropped his cell phone 9-1-1 caller. The driver, marijuana coming insidebecause of the fire's dose as he exited the vehicle who smelled of alcohol, from the car. The male proximity to the hom . and was unable to pick. told Thompson she was driver said he and his male Meanwhile, Maples hand-it back up immediately only a little sore and would passenger had just leftcuffed the husband, whodue to his poor coordina- not need medical attention, a sports bar where theysaid he was upset because tion. Williams noticed the The driver told Thompson were watching a basketball his wife had left their home driver's pants were undone she was coming from her game. The driver, who without warning the previ- and appeared to be saturat- father's Tommy Trail denied having anything ous day. The husband told ed with urine. The driver home, where he was host- illegal inside the car, said Maples he was a diabetic then refused to take any ing a cookout. The driver he had smoked marijuanaand believed his blood field sobriety tests and was admitted to having drunk earlier in the day. When sugar had caused him toarrested and taken to the several beers but said the the passenger gave something stupid in Monroe County Jail. The following arrests were reported by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office May 18-24. An arrest means someone has been charged with a crime, but the law considers them innocent until proven guilty Jn a court of law. Todd Bohannon, 42, Jackson, GCC (Probate) Jason Karnell Chambliss, . 43, Forsyth, simple battery against a per- son 65 years of age or older Preston Lewis Gaines, 58, Forsyth, aggravated assault, obstruction Tyler Shaun May, 2!, Forsyth, failure to appear in court Bradley William Street, 31, Barnesville, GCC (city) Octavious Deon Davis, 24, Forsyth, speeding, giving false name, driving while license suspended Sieglinde Latier Gray, 36, Forsyth, possession of marijuana Ashley Kirk, 22, Savannah, open con- tainer, speed- ing, failure to maintain lane, DUI Brittany Elaine McElroy, 25, Griffin, DUI Cole David McCullers, 28, Forsyth, reckless con- duct Matthew Shawn McVeigh, 35, Jackson, sim- ple battery Edwards Elliott, 28, Parkton, N.C possession of marijuana Victor Hair, 36, windshield violation, driving while license sus- pended, failure to maintain lane, posses- sion of mari- juana Chris- topher Deshawn Hart, 32, Forsyth, aggra- vated assault Alfred John Howard, " 30, Macon, giving a false nanle Israel Abonce, 31, Riverdale, drugs, obstruction, giving a false name, theft by receiving sto- len property April Carter, 29, Forsyth, drugs, theft by receiving sto len property, obstruction, failure to dim headlights Calandra Michelle Chaney, 46, Culloden, first degree forgery Walter Iackson Harris, 32, Forsyth, pos- session of drugs, posses- sion of a weap- on during the commission of a crime Nicolas Hernandez- Martinez, 26, Doraville, driving with out a license Erik Reed, 35, Fort Lauderdale, Fla driving while license suspended Matthew Thomas, 29, Warner Robins, drugs, failure to maintain lane, fleeing an offi- cer, driving too fast for condi- tions, driving while license suspended, possession of marijuana, reckless driv- ing ::: ii~:i~iii!iiiizz~i~!i~!~!i~ii~!ii~ii~ii~ii~iiiii~i~!iii~!!ii~iiiiii~iiiii`iiiiiii~%i}iii~iiiii~iiii~iii~iiiiiiii~i!iiii~i~iiiiiiiiiiii~ii!~ii~iii~iiiii~ Adam Danid Morgan, 41, Forsyth, GCC (city) Michael Frank Avery, 28, Macon, pos- session of tools for the commis- sion of a crime, burglary, crimi- nal trespass Michael Aparico Barber, 55, Vacherie, La driving without a valid license Timothy Lamar Crow, 46, Macon, drugs Brian Edwards, 45, Warner Robins, driving while license suspend- ed, improper lane change Khalil Mikal Gilliam, 25, Savannah, driv- ing while license suspended Jonathan Coltrane Nesmith, 17, Forsyth, bur- glary, aggravated assault Shyda Rouse, 29, Macon, driving while license suspended, no proof of insur- ance, no regis- tration