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Deputies investigate possible arson at Old : At about 12:39 p.m. on anyway because he neededJuliette Road home " Aug. 10, a male Hopewellan accident report filed in INCIDENT REPORTS AUGUST 22, 2018 Road resident told Dep. order to have his vehicle According to the inci-; Nicholas Ortiz that someone repaired. The driver said at dent report, at about 12:55 The following incidents were reported by the had come onto his prop- that point the Challenger p.m. on July 19, Lt. Lawson Monroe County Sheriff's Office July 19-Aug.15 erty and stolen his 48-inch driver got back inside his Bittick of the Monroe Husqvarna lawn mower, his vehicle and fled the scene. County Sheriff's Office 16-inch Stihl chainsaw and Dispatchers then notifiedwent to an unoccupied Old ' his Craftsman garden trac- Ortiz that the ChallengerJuliette Road home about tar. The items were valued was located on the shoulder a possible arson. Monroe Two Persons Bank out a warrant because the at about $8,090. He said the of lohnstonville Road head- County fire battalion chief * customers report debit woman subsequently left the equipment was in his front ed westbound toward LamarJason Lott told Bittick the i' state and did not want to yard near the road the previ- County. Ortiz found the fire was not reported until / cards used in Ohio cooperate further with the ous night. The resident said Challenger, and the driver the home, owned by a ,i At about 10:23 a.m. on investigation. . he discovered them miss- identified it as the vehicle Griffin woman, was cam-:: ing when he woke up thatthat collided with his. Ortiz pletely destroyed. Bittick AUg.Dep. Nicholasl0' a ForsythortizmanthattOld Passenger admits to morning, then showed the driver asaw a set of suspected four- someone had used his debit having Oxycodone in photo of the vehicles owner, wheeler tracks traveling , card in Columbus, Ohio. SUV during 1-75 stop County commk iotmr and he identified him asfrom the road to the rear of The man said he received reports v lkles the Challenger driver. The the home. He then saw a set Challenger driver was then of fresh four-wheeler tracks notifyinga call fromhimPersonSthat hisBankcard Pickens,A 38-year-olds.c. womanWhitewas mug bogging at closed arrested the following day on West Redding Road ' had been used three times, arrested and charged withFerry boat romp on Aug. 13. headed south toward Holly $20 each time, in Columbus, Violation of the Georgia Grove Road and eventually onto Ebenezer Road. The : Ohio. In a separate but pus- Controlled Substance Act At about 8:09 p.m. on Aug. High Falls Road man case remains under investi sibly related incident, at after a traffic stop at the Exit 11, Cpl. Timothy Campfield about 3:20 p.m. on Aug. 10, 188 offramp ofi-75 North went to the Popeg Ferry arrest,d after CurcmnO ~/ation. a Forsyth woman told Ortiz on Aug. 10. At about 9:49boat ramp where a male at Monroe deputies that she also received a call a.m Dep. Nicholas Ortiz Monroe County commis- from Persons Bank notifying saw a dark blue Chevrolet sioner said he saw three A 50-year-old black after d' vering body her of five transactions of Blazer failing to maintain vehicles mud bogging on Forsyth man was arrested $20 each on her debit card its lane on 1-75 North and the property, causing ruts and charged with disorderly at Moncoe homo, in Columbus, Ohio on Aug.then stopped it at the Exit and damage. The commis- conduct and obstruction 9. The woman said she then 188 off ramp. The male sioner said the park is closed after an incident at a High Monroe County deputies cancelled the card. driver said he didn t have for re-modeling and signsFalls Road home on Aug. discovered the body of a ' his license and began to are posted to warn against 11. At about 1:20 a.m Dep. Lovett s Ridge Road man on " shake and cry. Ortiz asked trespassing. Two male driP- Christian Sawley and Cpl.Aug. 15 who had apparently ; Julieffe woman reporls the driver what was wrong, ers said they didn t see the Timothy Camp field went shot and killed himself in his home. A Lovetts Ridge ' flT(m and the driver said he was "No Trespassing" signs to a High Falls Road home Road resident called depu- ; by boyfriend's ex nervous and didn t want to when they entered the park. about a domestic dispute. A go to jail. Dispatchers then Campfield also learned male resident told deputies ties to report that he was At about 11:30 a.m. on notified Ortiz that the driv- the identity of a third male he had consumed one beer waiting for a package to be driver, who had already left and a couple of shots that delivered and found it on ; Aug. 9, a Juliette woman er s license was suspended, the scene due to injuries he night. The resident said he his neighbor s porch. When ' told Dep. Cody Maples sheThe female passenger then had received Facebook mes- told Ortiz that there were suffered while mud bogging, and his girlfriend had got- he went to get it, he noticed . sages from her boyfriendsunprescribed Oxycodone All three vehicles, a red ten into a fight over owing the homes front door was ' propped open by a bottle. ex-girlfriend threatening to pills inside the SUV. Ortiz 1995 Jeep Wrangler, a black a friend money. He said Dep. William Miller arrived '- kill her if she didnt leave then searched the SUV and1994 Jeep Wrangler and ahis girlfriend then locked her boyfriend. The woman found two pink circular red 2018 Toyota Tacoma, him outside of their homeand yelled sheriffs office i', said all three of them were tablets that were suspected were towed from the scene at which point he began into the home several times ii living together when she Oxycodone in the passenger While the three drivers, all of banging on the door untilwithout a response. Miller ; became pregnant by her compartment. Dep. WilliamMacon, were each cited for she let him in. He said the noted multiple boxes of rifle :. boyfriend. The woman saidMiller then searched the disorderly conduct, argument then continued ammunition lying on the the ex-girlfriend got upset passenger s book bag once she allowed him backfloor and heat coming from but knew the affair was and found a rectangular- Urmdilla driver d'larg [inside. Sawley then instruct- inside the home. WhenDep. ed the irlfriend to stay at Timothy Campfield arrived, happening. The woman shaped white pill that was h -and-run afl her motherg 's home for the they began to dear the first said she and her boyfriend suspected Xanax inside a flc qng I-/5 crcmh night and ordered the male floor and found the home- ' were getting ready to move plastic bag. He also found a resident to go to bed. While owner s will. hand-written to Maine to get away fromgreen oval pill of suspected A 32-year-old black deputies met with neigh- instructions and other ' the ex-girlfriend. MaplesAlprazolam. The passengerUnadilla man was arrestedburs outside, they then saw belongings on the kitchen then called the ex-girlfriend admitted the pills belonged and charged with hit-and-the male resident go backtable. The deputies walked , who said the woman had to her. Meanwhile, the run after a two-vehicle outside at which point they upstairs and found blood , tried to hit "her with a car Monroe County C.A.R.E. wreck on 1-75 North on ordered him back inside the splattered on a bedroom! several days earlier. The ex- Cottage took custody of aAug. 12. At about 6:31 a.m home again. The male resi- wall and the homeowner s girlfriend admitted to send- child that was traveling in Dep. Nicholas Ortiz went dent told deputies he wanted body on the floor, dead of ing the threatening messages the SUV until his grand- to a two-vehicle accident on to speak with the manageran apparent self-inflicted '" because she was upset with mother could pick him 1-75 North. A male driverof his complex and contin- gunshot to the head using the woman for sleeping with up. Ortiz then took the said he was headed north-ued walking in the direction a long rifle underneathi! her ex-boyfriend whom shedriver and passenger to the bound on 1-75 when he wasof the office. Deputies again his legs. The case was had been with for seven Monroe County Jail. The struck in the rear by another ordered him to return to turned over to Inv. Rhonda " years. Maples told the ex- driver, a 34-year-old white vehicle. The driver said he bed, but the resident replied, Seckinger. !: girlfriend not to contactTifton man, was arrested got out to talk to the male "Okay, but I'll do whatever the woman but did not take and charged with failure to The following arrests were reported by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office Aug. 10-16. An arrest means someone has been charged wJth a crJme, but the law considers them innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Shad- derica James, 17, Valdosta, driving with- out a license, following too closely i / Smith, 24, West Park, Fla driving while license suspended, fail to main- tain lane, slow poke law Larry Weeks, 33, Tifton, fail to maintain lane, driving while license suspended Anthony Elrod, 45, Flovilla, driving while license sus- pended, fail to maintain lane Ottis James Lewis, 50, Forsyth, disorderly conduct, obstruction . Stacey u hanan, I 55, Vorsyth, possession of marijuana, theft by tak- ing Jose Garcia, 28, Wellington, Fla DUI, possession of marijuana, speeding Raquel Ramos, 26, Wellington, Fla posses- sion of mari- juana :s" / iii ij Aug. 13 Terry Felder, 32, : :Unadilla, hit run :* Ro ey driving : license sus- pended : : ' Jontavius Porter, 29, Warner Robins, obstruction, possession of marijuana Sammy Lee Walton, 61, Forsyth, headlight vio- lation, slow poke law, tag lights required, driving while license sus- pended, DUI, open container Larry Jerome Zellner, 39, Forsyth, DUI en B ;,52, Fors,viola- tion 0f horn requirement, Andre Hawkins, 35, Salisboro, N.C fail to maintain lane, DUI David Lee Jordan, 40, Forsyth, seat- belt violation, driving without a license, child support lockup order, criminal trespass # French, 35, Fort Lauderdale, Fla possession of marijuana, speeding, drugs driving while Bradley license sus- . Jones, 26, Cape pendod?Dk,: ' 5, ] Git;ardeau, Me:, ,1' fail to report i Casselberr / injury;fail to ' Fla seatbelt ] maintain lane, ' ,i! violation, D I ,obstruc- i driving while / tion i license sus- Doreston pended Westone, 23, Oakland Park Fla possession of drugs