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Jake i to his mother that he made the Justice that at about 7:50 a.m. on comment he was accused of Aug. 11 a black male customer iii making. walked into the store want- ing to buy alcohol. The owner !,111 Woman arrested after said the stores female clerk told the customer he could not buy ' tres~a$$|n~ at home alcohol at that time due to the i on Mayfield Road state Sunday sales law, and the ':' 3, ! customer became irate. The I.: ',] A 31-year-oldwhite Forsyth manager s,ai'd the customer told : woman was arrested and charged the derle ,All white people need i i with criminal trespass after an to be shot, before leaving the incident at a Mayfield Road home scene. The owner said the same ' on Aug. 10. At about 11:40 a.m. customer then returned to the on Aug. 9, Sgt. Kirk Seckinger store again on Aug. 11, except went to a Towaliga Road home he brought along his mother the where a woman appeared upset. second time. Justice then viewed The woman tried to run from the store's surveillance video, first responders and said she which showed the customer, who thought deputies were going had shoulder length dreadlocks, to arrest her. The woman told wearing a red shirt on one visit Seckinger that a man was trying and a white tank top on another, to hurt her but then later said the The owner said he didn't know man hadn't been at her home in the customer's name but he two days. Seckinger believed the woman was either suffering from a memal problem or was under the influence of drugs. At one point, the woman said she saw people that were not visible to Seckinger. Monroe County EMTs tried to treat the woman, but she was uncooperative. The woman was then taken to a Mayfield Road home at her request. In a separate but related incident, at about 5:42 p.m. on Aug. 10, a fe- male Mayfield Road residem told Dep. Jacob Davis that the woman entered omo her property and knocked on her door. The resi- dem said she told the woman she was not supposed to be on her property, saying the woman had damaged a small security camera. The residem said she also had caught the woman sleeping on her from porch. Another female Mayfield Road resident then told Davis the woman was still in the residents backyard and said the woman had taken a basket that belongs to her male neighbor. Davis found the woman next to the river throwing what appeared to be an inflatable raft down an embankment. The woman told Davis she was there because she had dothes on the property. After the male neighbor confirmed the woman had taken his basket, Davis then took the woman to the Monroe County Jail. Forsylh woman reports receiving harassment on social media site At about 2:25 p.m. on Aug. 14, a Forsyth woman told Lt. Chad Beck that another woman won't stop sending her messages on Facebook. The woman said the other woman is infatuated with her boyfriend and insists they have had an affair. The woman then advised the woman and said the other woman also her daughter to find somewhere visited her home along with her else to stay that night, but they children in February trying to refused. Ortiz also notified depu- start trouble. She said the other ties to be on the lookout for the woman has made fake Facebook ex-boyfriend. accounts and sent messages from those as well. She said she has Man o[|s deputy after presented screenshots of the mes- sages to Monroe County Mag- brother punched him istrate Judge Buck Wilder. Beck following cart wreck told the woman to contact the Monroe County Sheriff's Office At about 3:19 p.m. on Aug. 11, if the other woman returns to her Dep. Willie Barkley went to an Man faces arrest after threatening to shoot ex-girlfriend in call A 29-year-old black Gray man faces a charge of making ter- roristic threats after he allegedly threatened to shoot his ex-girl- friend during a phone conversa- tion on Aug. 11. At about 4:29 p.m a Jackson woman told Cpl. Nicolas Ortiz that her daughter's ex-bo riend had threatened to shoot her daughter in the head with a pistol. The woman said her daughter came to her home and had her ex-boyfriend on speaker phone while they were arguing. The woman said the ex-boyfriend threatened to drive to her daugh- ter's home and shoot her in the head. The woman's daughter told Ortiz that her ex-boyfriend had been harassing and threaten- ing her for the past two months after she accused him of cheating on her. The woman's daughter confirmed her ex-boyfriend had threatened to shoot her in the head in front of her family. The woman's daughter said her ex-boyfriend knows where she lives and had broken into her apartment several times. Ortiz Essex Place home where a man said he had gotten into a fight with his brother. The man said they had returned from church and were preparing family dinner when he took some kids for a ride on his golf cart. The man said his niece, his brother's daughter, fell offofthe cart onto the road, caus- ing scrapes to both knees, both elbows and her stomach. The man said he immediately grabbed his niece and carried her inside of the home to provide first aid. The man said his brother then became irate. When their mother advised the brother to seek medi- cal attention for his daughter, the brother replied, "I know what the f--- to do!" The man said he told his brother not to speak to their mother that way at which point his brother grabbed him around his head and wrestled him to the ground. The man said his brother then tried to hit him in the face with his fist, but he was able to kick his brother offof him with another family mem- ber's assistance. The man said his brother then left the home with his daughter. The 'man told Barkley he didn't want to press charges against his brother but said he believes his brother would have hurt him severely if family members hadn't intervened. The following arrests were reported by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office and Forsyth Police Department on Aug. 12-18. An arrest means someone has been charged with a crime, but the law consrders them innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. John-Clif- ford Green, 41, Forsyth, driving while license suspended, Superior Court bench warrant, violation of probation Chevy Lee Hawkins, 34, Jackson, tag registration requirements, driving while license sus- pended Kevin Lee Smith, 35, Forsyth, first degree cruelty to children Julian Cameron Bowman, 19, Forsyth, theft by receiving stolen proper- ty, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, possession of marijuana, possession of drug related objects Kend- rick Terrel Dumas, 23, Forsyth, disorderly conduct Anthony Tavon Fred- rick, 24, Grif- fin, expired registration, child seatbelt violation, failure to yield for a funeral procession Kameron Aaron Miller, 20; Macon, possession of marijuana, theft by re- ceiving stolen property, possession of a firearm/knife during the commission of a crime Thomas Ma ew Owen, 34, Macon, hav- ing no brake lights or work- ing turn sig- nals, driving while license suspended Rashonta Cartell Wil- liams, 26, Jacksonville, Fla driving while license suspended Jamie Thomas Callahan, 50, Macon, possession of a Schedule I comrolled substance, possession of drug related objects Benja- min Nevado Crosby, 46, Lizella, possession of marijuana Joshua Paul Liggett, 32, Forsyth, driving while license suspended Scott Sheldon Rusmisel, 36, Juliette, possession of a Schedule I controlled substance, possession of a danger- ous weapon, possession of drug related objects, pos- session of a firearm/knife during the commission of a crime, possession of a firearm by a con- victed felon, acquiring a license plate for purpose of concealing identifica- tion of motor vehide .Jo- seph Lee Steinkamp, 24, Forsyth, criminal tres- pass, stalk- ing, peeping tom ~i ~ ~~:: ~-7~: ~:~ ~ James Al- len, 48, For- syth, trafficking in cocaine, illegal drugs, marijuana or methamphet- amine, posses- sion of heroin, possession of crack cocaine, possession of Ecstasy, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, pos- session of drug related objects, possession of cocaine DeSean Ladre Both- well, 19, Rainbow City, Ma driving while license suspended Kenyatta Jamia Brown, 26, Tallahassee, Fla unlawful use of wireless device hands free act, driving while license suspended Nicole Marie Cerullo, 23, Key West, Fla possession of marijuana, violation of windshield requirements Janteric Donell Glenn, 31, Thomas- ville, suspended registration, driving while license sus- pended Nigel Deante Hicks, 24, Macon, speeding, driving while license sus pended Jaquarrius Quanez Lyons, 25, Forsyth, obstruction, seatbelt viola- tion, possession of marijuana Kean Leslie Phillips, 21, Albany, driving while license suspended, suspended registration Adanelis Salgado, 21, Key West, Fla possession of marijuana Jazma Rashiid Banks, 32, Forsyth, giving a false name or date of birth Aaron Ben- jamin Gilliam, 20, St. Simons Island, con- tributing to the delinquency of a minor, in- terference with custody Nicholas Jerome Mays, 38, Forsyth, theft by shop lifting April Margaret McElwaney; 41, Forsyth, driving while license sus pended Gregory Raymond Smith, 40, Gar den City, reck less driving, hitandrun Michael Stallings, 66, Forsyth, crimi nal trespass Willie Lewis Brown, 25, Forsyth, criminal tres- pass Darryl An- thony Flem- ing, 33, West Palm Beach, Fla, driving while license suspended, tag lights required Ricardo Jermaine Jack- son, 43, Forest Park, failure to maintain lane, DUI James Mar- shall Mauldin, 26, Thomaston, open container violation, reck- less driving, driving too fast for conditions, DUI Beverly Ann Branfley, 52, Forsyth, disorderly conduct William Andrew Casler, 34, For syth, expired registration, driving while license sus pended Victoria Elizabeth Jenkins, 28, Macon, driving while license suspended, suspended registration Octavious Lemon Jones, 31, Macon, vio lotion of proba= tion, driving while license suspended Tamerisk Jones, 19, For syth, driving without a valid license ,Chavez Dequarious Lowe, 25, For syth, posses sion ofa Sched ule I controlled substance, pos session of mari juana, violation of headlight requirements Patrick Isaac Queen, 38, Macon, violation of headlight requirements, driving while license sus- pended, DUI ' t #