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The driver Hyundai at mile post 181 then said he had burnt on 1-75 north that was marijuana in the vehicle. swerving and nearly hit a Asked if he had anything horse trailer on June 26. else, the driver admitted The driver seemed ex- having marijuana in a tremely nervous and was shoe box and some pills, as breathing heavily. He had well as three bands of U.S. a water bottle with tobacco currency totaling $6,875. and cigar shavings. The Asked about the money, driver said he was going the driver said he works to Kennesaw. Asked if he in the basketball depart- had any illegal substances, ment for the University of the driver said no but Florida, and then said he swallowed and began to works for ESPN. Then he breathe heavier, seeming said he works at a bar. He was arrested and charged to pay her homeowners with possession of drugs, insurance. But she said she paid $1,247 at her dosing Teen fights with in January 2016 for insur- mom's boyfriend ance. She said the bank told her that check was given to Deputies Hawley and the real estate agent who Brown went to a Hwy. put the money into her 74 home around 7:26 personal account. She said p.m. on June 26 where a Bonaire man said he told the real estate agency is now dosed. his girlfriend's son to be home at 11 p.m. The man said the teen got in his face . lw stolen on and swung at him. Then Mayfleld Road the son pulled aknife on A Mayfield Road woman him and punched holes in told deputy lake Robins at the walls of the home. The 4:13 p.m. on June 28 that son told deputies he told someone stole her straight his mom he was going out saw and Master lock from and the boyfriend tried to her shed. tell him to be home at 11. He said he responded thatMan with large his mom can tell him when knife faces meth to be home. The boyfriend grabbed the teenager arrest on June 29 around the throat. Both Deputy Thomas Haskins parties were charged with arrested a Jackson man disorderly conduct, found on Springdale Road with meth and a large knife Hollrlleo rler tells in a hoister at 12:43 a.m. on June 29. The man said he deputy insurance was walking to his home funds gone on Chronic Street to get a A Williamson Drive 4-way lug wrench to help woman told deputy Cody a friend who was broken Maples at 3:48 p.m. on June down. The man allowed 26 that she got a letter say- Haskins to search him and ing her mortgage payment Ha,skins found suspected was going up due to failure meth in his pocket. Haskins ordered the suspect to put his hands behind his back but the suspect pulled away and ran saying "I'm not resisting" even as he was going toward his knife. Haskins pulled his weapon and told the suspect to get on the ground, which he did. Haskins tried to cuffthe suspect, who kept resisting and Saying "you can't do that", until finally he was subdued. ville Road man reports bad debit charges A Johnstonville Road man told deputy Jake Robins at 3:55 p.m. on June 29 that his checking ac- count had four unauthor- ized debits on it, two from College Park and two from Fairbum, totaling more than $200. Old Macon Road man wants girl- friend gone An Old Macon Road man reported at 2:05 a.m. on June 30 that he wanted his girlfriend to leave his home. The woman told the deputy that she caught the man "playing with himself" at the bottom of her bed after removing some of her clothing. The man denied it and said they slept in the same bed, and said the woman attacked him with a crutch. The woman had established residency at the home so the man was told he would have to go to magistrate court to have her removed. Meth arrest at Juliette's Holly Grove boat ramp Deputy K. Williams was patrolling the Holly Grove boat ramp on Lake Juliette on June 27 when two peo- ple flagged him down to re- port a man and woman in a truck acting strangely. As he drove past the suspects he saw the female passen- ger put something quickly behind her. The woman consented to a search and Williams found suspected meth inside a cigarette box. Williams also found a cooler with an open bottle of tequila. The woman was taken to jail and the male was told to stay at ramp until he sobered up. See INCIDENTS Page 4B The following arrests were reported by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office June 29-July 6. An arrest means someone has been charged with a crime, but the law considers them innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Barry Ialrnar Pessley, 31, Jackson, possession of weapon during com- mission of a crime, drugs, Morgan Louise Cook, 23, DUI, failure to maintain lane Rodney Kimble Bailey, 51, Savannah, driving without a license, obstruction, no proof insurance, hold for another agency. Robert Paul Campbell, Norberto 17, Crane, Mancio, Mo failure Macon, driv- to maintain ing without lane, pos- a license, session of window tint alcohol, pos- violation, session of speeding marijuana Philips with intent, Alex Kalu, theft by 31, Denver, bringing ate- Deon Damon Bowden, 25, Forsyth, aggravated assault (2 counts) Christie Elaine Byess, 26, Jul]ette, shop- lifting Felicia Shawnte Jackson, 37, Macon, driv- ing without a license, improper tag Jacqueline Towns, 52, Macon, bat- tery against person over 65, criminal trespass Gordon Michael Vanbibber H, 28, Indianapolis, driving with- Steven Frank Jeffrey Bernard Rodeheaver, Fletcher, 58, Forsyth, 85, Atlanta, seat belt following too violation, closely, driv- possession of ing without a drugs, dan- license gerous drugs, Clarence drug-related Ford Jr 57, objects, dis- Lithonia, DUI- tribution of alcohol, open drugs, container, fail- " Joshua ure to main- Jay tain lane, driv- Jennings, 26, ing without a McDonough, license driving with- out a license Se q i Michelle Tony Gordy, 33, Jermone Juliette, driv- Pennington, ing without a 47, Forsyth, cruelty to chil- licensS:phia dren (first and Lanea Careen, 21, Gray, speed- ing, fail to maintain lane, tag altered, falsi- third degree), aggravated assault, false imprisonment, simple battery Marvin obstruction Courtney Lamar Bess, 33, Homestead, Fla driving without a license Mark Anthony Coleman Jr 27, Clarksville, Tenn driv- ing without a license, window tint violation Terry Louis Franklin, 25, Macon, driving with- out a license Dejue Oding Salmon, 35, Stone Mountain, driving with- out a license Cedric Dewayne Scott, 31, Macon, obstruction, bench war- rant fleeing police, len property out a license fled license Bowden, 47, fail to main- into Georgia Anthony plate, reck- Forsyth, crimi- tain lane, (2 counts), Watts, 54, less driving, nal trespass speeding giving false Forsyth, sus- fleeing police, Happie I name pended regis- obstruc- Erin Bell D. tration, driv- tion, theft by Atkinson, Foster, 39, ing without a receiving sto- Joseph Macon, Decatur, license len property Louis Cargle, .no proof driving Anthony 60, Soperton, msurance, without a Diggs- driving with- suspended license Charles, 19, out a license registration, Corey Jose Stockbridge, driving with- Larnichael Martinez speeding, out a license Career, 21, Anaya, driving with- - Christ- L. Athens, Woodstock, out a license Sara opher speeding, driving with- Justin Gayle Willoughby, driving out a license, Ryan Crowder, 29, deposit I J: I without a headlights off Crim, 33, 19, Rockville, account fraud license in the rain Indianapolis, In drugs (5 Joshua Bridget giving falseI I counts), leav- Meredith, Juanita name (3 ing scene of 27, Macon, Benitez, 33, counts) accident, reck- - Devon l dl lkl speeding, no taillights, Kenny less driving, William driving no proof Bernard possession of Young, 18, without a insurance, Watson, 47, marijuana and Crawford- license driving with- Forsyth, driv- possession of ville, In Tyler out a license ing without a I I I drug related cod ug sl?pos- Wilsonupchurch, Edward Michael license objects. session of 27, Forsyth, 40, drugs, pos- McDonough, Jackson, dis- session of possession orderly con- Brent duct drug-related of weapon objects, pos- session of marijuana Raul Deltoro, 33, Macon, driv- ing without a license, speeding Javante Wideman- Gowan, 25, McDonough, possession of firearm by felon, theft by receiving sto- len property (2) Damion Nelasquez- Aguilar, Indianapolis, driving with- out a license, fail to main- tain lane Anthony during corn- James mission of a William crime, pos- Stone Jr 49, session of Juliette, no marijuana proof insur- with intent ance, expired to distribute Marcy i Jill Sanders, 51, Forsyth, DUI-aleohol, fail to main- tain lane i Lawrence, 35, Harrisburn, Ill driving without a license tag Henry Hatcher, 37, Hilliard, Fla fail to maintain lane, Roderick DUI-alcohol, Lalnar open contain- Williams, er, possession 48, Tucker, of marijuana possession of marijuana