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Deputy discovers baby ‘ unattended at home after domestic dispute A 26-year-old white Forsyth man and a 27—year-old white Forsyth woman face charges of ii disorderly conduct and second degree cruelty to children after t a domestic dispute at a Juliette Road home on Aug. 4. At about 11:34 pm, a male neighbor and his wife told Dep. Tyler Rodgers they had heard loud banging y': coming from a nearby Juliette Road trailer for the past two hours. The neighbor’s wife said V the female resident of the trailer ‘ i had walked over to her home ‘ earlier and asked to speak with . her husband. The neighbor’s wife said the female resident then accused her husband of ‘ having sex with the resident’s husband. The neighbors said the resident told them that her 10-month—old baby was inside ' her trailer alone and instructed them to tell the resident’s hus- band to go back to their home. The neighbors said the resident, who had a bruised left eye and blood dripping from her nose, then left walking toward Juliette Road to search for her husband. The neighbors added that deputies had visited the residents’ home recently for a similar dispute. Rodgers then I entered the residents’ home and found several items scattered in the kitchen as well as a broken window. Rodgers then found the residents’ baby lying on a bed with no one else inside the home. Meanwhile, Dep. Ste- phen Phipps searched the area for the residents but was unable to find them. Therefore, Rodg- ers contacted a female Mon- roe County C.A.R.E. Cottage employee about the matter. The C.A.R.E. Cottage employee then arrived at the residents’ home and found the baby’s diaper was wet with urine and appeared to have been that way for a .while. The C.A.R.E. Cottage employee then took the baby to the C.A.R.E. Cottage, where she met with Monroe County De- partment of Family and Chil- dren Services (DFCS) repre- sentatives. Rodgers learned the resident’s husband has an active Temporary Restraining Order (TPO) against his wife. The fe- male resident, who was arrested the following day on Aug. 5, was also charged with violation of a family violence order. Forsyth man receives call about drugs, blood found in rental car At about 12 p.m. on Aug. 6, a Forsyth man told Cpl. Thomas EilfintffilifiiH-Wu Psalm 33:5 siws E: ...2:§!E"E.Eifitz:- Haskins that he received a call from an unknown male who identified himself as “Jeyfrey Tribiano.” The man said the caller, who said he worked for a law enforcement agency, told him that police in El Paso, Texas had found a rental car in the man’s name that had cocaine and blood inside. The man said the caller then began asking for his bank account information, saying there were 26 existing ac~ counts opened using the man’s information. The man said the caller also told him that if he contacted the police about the matter, the man would be ar— rested. The man said he refused to give the caller any personal information and hung up the phone. Macon woman reports fraudulent charges on credit cards on Aug. 8 At about 10:16 am. on Aug. 8, a Macon woman told Inv. Jacob Robins that she was contacted by LifeLock on July 21 about a fraudulent Capital One card being taken out in her name. The woman told Robins that someone has opened cards in her name with TMobile, Credit One and Capital One. The woman, who said the unknown suspect has access to a sig— nificant amount of her personal information, said the suspect also tried to open an account with Discover but said she froze The Monroe County Reporter August l4, ‘ SHEEHE 3‘ tit‘:"133iéi‘ l‘it‘tit (31'=‘é‘Emit:iEiiiiéittiliristmiiiié itiiliis‘éizsfiiilllii it her credit before the Discover account could be opened. Forsyth woman- finds. $662 unauthorized charge on credit card At about 4:51 pm. on Aug. 9, a Forsyth woman _told Cpl. Nicolas Ortiz that someone had fraudulently charged $662.23 to her Victoria Secret credit card. The woman said she received a bill on July 21 stating she owed $662.23 in purchases at a New York City Bed Bath and Beyond store. She said the fraudulent transactions were made on May 2 1 . Hwy. 87 homeowner reports mailboxes damages on Aug. 10 At about 10:57 am. on Aug. 10, a male Hwy. 87 homeowner told Cpl. Nicolas Ortiz that someone had damaged six mail- boxes at Whispering Pines trail- er park. The homeowner said he owns the damaged mailboxes but said some of them had locks on them that he doesn’t own. The homeowner said he would find out if anything was miss- ing from the mailboxes. He said "each damaged mailbox was valued at about $12. ‘- 'Monroe Countyjail lauded for health care services Monroe County Jail has earned accredi- tation from the National Commission on Correctional Health Care by demonstrat- ing compliance with NCCHC’s Standards for Health Services in Jails. Accreditation recognizes Monroe County Jail’s dedica- tion to compliance with the most respected standards in correctional health care. The Monroe County Jail underwent a rigorous on~site survey in March 2019. An in correctional health care surveyed the ' facility for compliance with standards on safety, personnel and training, health care services and support, patient care and treat— ment, health promotion, special needs and services, health records and legal issues. “We have a legal obligation to provide inmates with health care, and we will do our job with innovation, excellence and efficiency on behalf of the taxpayers,” says merit.” sors, officers and health care staff for their hard work, which involves knowledge of healthcare delivery in a secure environ- NCCHC has surveyed and accredited jails, prisons and juvenile detention and confinement facilities for more than 30 years. The NCCHC standards used in ac- creditation are developed with input from the nation’s experts in correctional health “In achieving NCCHC accreditation, Monroe County Jail has demonstrated its commitment to meeting constitutional requirements for health care delivery for incarcerated individuals,” said Thomas Joseph, MPS, CAE, president of NCCHC. “Accreditation is a voluntary process and we commend Monroe County Jail for Successfully undertaking this challenge to provide quality health care and instill confi— experienced physician and other experts Sherifl Brad Freeman. “I salute the supervi— care. dence inthe community it serves.” ill.?§.*‘fl‘tuti.ltfil“llfltl Yfiifih‘t‘tfi ' Kentren Logan . Jer— - Dawd Lamont Leigh Camp- emy Marquis Guillermo , Ringers40, bell, 20; Atkins, 27, Speer,_34; r Villa Rlcas Jacksonville, Albany, driving KnOXVllle: " dering Fla, possession without a valid Tenn» Win‘lOW “ without a of drug related license, tag tint violation, valid license, objects, giving fights required driVlng Without Speeding a false name or - Jose Lopez a valid license Edrid‘ date of birth, Garcia, 41, -. Sherry Re- Dontae possession of Roswell, driv— “99 Thomas: l RObersons a Schedule ing without a 41: Lithonlas 42’ Lithonlas II controlled valid license, unlanUl use Of ewereanimusirasmtnrtmrrimuw failure to ap- substance unsecured load wireless device 1 ,. . ., . , , . .. ._ . . , . , . , . ,. . pear , Angela De_ , Tasha King, hands free act,» nise Dewberry, 38, Jackson, driving While The following arrests were reported by the Monroe County Sherilfs Ollice and Forsyth Police 49, Forsyth, disorderly license sus- Department on Aug. 5- ll. An arrest means someone has been charged with a crime, but the drivihg While conduct pended > low considers them innocent until proven guilty in a court ot law. Zaquari- license sus_ . Richard . Shamia 0‘“ Shel“ pended Chesley Ler- Wigfall, 28, James main Hart) 0 Cole Alex— one, 43, Eustis, Chattanooga, ’9’” Wil— 18’ Forsyth, ander Friend, Fla, driving Tenn-s drilling . Wesley ham" .30’ Ma' armed rob- 22, Jacksonville, while license while license Bailey, 28) con, failure to bery Fla., possession suspended, suspended. College Park, m)an ofir ' Ulysses of drug related Violation of tire Speedlng speeding, “Pongtrb. g G. Jones, objects, expired requirements Kayla driving in a fixe o era’ ' 66’ Forsyth» registration, Dereka Renee Hunter, emergency rem?“ 0 aggravated possession of Alexis Men. 31, Goshen, lane, too fast vehclide from assault a Schedule II wain, 22, At- Ind, criminal for conditions, Tareek drug lanta,driv1ng trespass ' failure to use .' 7 SRO“, 23’ - Travis while license turn signal, fauler l0 RlYeFdale’ _ Guyton, 39. suspended reckless driv- 'mamtam lane 1mg Whlle Dublin, driving . Rage] ing, fleeing license sus’ while license Roshawn - Kimberly . Lisa Pended suspended Perkins, 'Chel'le loness Michelle William 32, Forsyth, 47: Forsyth; Boswell, 27, Howard Edward Jones, hit-and—run, drlvmg while Forsyth, reck— Alex Franks’ 51, Forsyth, no insurance, llcense SUS- less conduct, 3.7’ Ross, ' Telma child support tag violation, pendod. Violation wu?’ dfwmg Isabel lockup order expired driver’s I Superior Court of a family Whfle hcense Alvarado, ‘ - Christo— license bench warrant violence order, susPenfjed’ 26’ Naples, pher Conrad - Michael disorderly °Ptcunng tag’ \ Fla-s Seeéd- Smith, 28. . a David Rob- conduct gwmg false mg; drlvmg Forsyth, child inson, 32,‘At- .. Jeremy name/date of while hcense support lockup lama, expired ' . Kendall Gordon Clay, th suspended order registration, r Robinson, 43, Flovilla, ' 105mm ' ' Edward speeding, COVIngton’. contempt of Rylm 0"” 20" ome Bur’ driving while DUI (re- _> . court ' ‘ Gmfin’ aggra' den, 58’ laCk' license sus— fossil), flnvmg *Vated 3533919 50", failure to - Mickhael I. pended whfle hcense battery, Cl‘lml- appear Adasiqantuah, . Imquis suspended, v nal trespass 29’ Atlanta, A. Ross, 37, obstruction, Des: failure to use Cincinnati, failure ‘0 mo“ D10“ signal, altered Ohio, failure to maintain lane. owens’ 2,3’ ID card (sec- maintain lane, failure to notify laCksonVlue’ ond offense) open container owner uP0n la" violation, Striking a fixed mg? drivm-g - driving while Obie“ While hcense license sus— suspended pended