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qhe Lord loves righteousness and justice; the earth is full ofhis unfailinglove- Psalm 33:5 The Monroe County Reporter September 18, 2019 >" II~illlIlllIIII :IIIIIIIIMI'II~IHIlII lllll I HU ~IIHIIIIHI IIIIllllli ~ I lIlll I IIIIII lllllllll!IIlllll I III I ~II~IIII~iI~Hi~I~MiI~I~I!IIIII~IIHM~IH~II~iII~I~I~I~I~iHII~I~I~II~I~I~IH~III~II~I~I~I~I~II~II~I~III ,NB INCIDENT REPORTS September 18, 2019 The following incidents were reported by the Forsyth Police Department and the Monroe County Sheriff's Office Sept. 3-14. Woman charged with cruelty to animals after abandoned dogs found A 28-year-old white Jackson woman was arrested on Sept. 12 and charged with cruelty to animals after she allegedly abandoned dogs at a Pioneer Trail home. On Aug. 9, Mon- roe County Animal Shelter director Dawn Kennedy told Monroe County code enforce- ment officer Dep. left Wilson that a brown pitbull mix dog was chained to a tree, using a padlock, with no food or water nearby at a Pioneer Trail home. Kennedy told Wilson the home appeared abandoned. On Aug. 13, Wilson went to the home and saw tall grass and junk littering the yard. Wilson saw a vacant dog house and a tree where a dog was once tied, but he did not find any dogs. Wilson put a code enforcement violation notice on the front door and left. He later learned Kennedy took the brown dog into her possession on Aug. 8. She told Wilson the brown dog had to have a metal chain surgically removed from its neck and said she also took from the home a black dog that was low in weight but appeared unharmed. On Aug. 28, Wilson contacted a male ex-tenant of the home, who said the dogs were in excellent shape when he moved out of the home. He said his ex-wife was still living at the home when he left. Wil- son then contacted the ex-wife, who said she left the Pioneer "~ Trail home two months earlier. The ex-wife, who said the dogs were hers, said she moved in with her mother because she was afraid to live alone and needed help taking care of her six children. The ex-wife said she left a 50-pound bag of dog food on the front porch and said she or her sister came by to feed the dogs. The ex-wife said while she was on vacation her sister told her the brown dog had a problem with his neck. She said she planned to take him to the veterinarian when she returned home but said the dogs had been re- moved from the home before she returned home from vaca- tion. Wilson determined the ex-wife abandoned the dogs and told the ex-wife he would get back in touch with her later. The ex-wife was then arrested on Sept. 12. Woman arrested after standing on Hwy. 74 while drunk on Sept. 3 A 55-year-old white Met- ter woman was arrested and charged with public drunken- ness after she was standing in the road on Hwy. 74 on Sept. 3. At about 5:30 p.m a Hwy. 74 woman told Dep. Jacob Davis that she and her daughter had gotten into an argument. The woman said she was holding her daughter's keys because her daughter was drunk. She said her daughter wanted to drive while intoxicated to her husband's house, but she had refused to let her. Davis then smelled a strong odor of alco- hol on the daughter's breath the home. However, the man the motorcycle. The motorcycle and noticed her speech was denied drinking alcohol and then turned from Tift College slow and slurred and her eye- said he just wanted to go to Drive onto Patrol Road, where -O, lids were droopy. The daughter his Forsyth home. The man's he initially lost control and admitted to drinking alcohol, father then told Ortiz that his then headed directly at Sher- and Davis warned her to stay son had been drinking since rell's patrol car. The motorcycle ' " at her mother's home. At about early that morning. The father then accelerated directly into 6:45 p.m. Davis returned to said his son gave him his keys the front passenger side of . the home after the woman so he wouldn't drink and drive Sherrell's patrol car push bum- ' * said her daughter had left the but then became belligerent per, causing the male driver to " ', home. Davis then met with the and asked for them back when fall off. Sherrell then arrested : male owner of Jackson Coun- he wanted to leave. The father the driver, who was taken to try Store, who reported the said he left instead to avoid a Monroe County Hospital to be -," daughter was standing in the confrontation with his son. The treated for a back injury before L,': middle of the road on Hwy. 74. father added that the Forsyth being taken to the Monroe : '.'-, Davis then found the daughter home that his son wanted to County Jail While at the hos "*. standing in front of the store go to was actually his and said pital, the driver said he rewed 5, and took her to the Monroe his son was not allowed at up his motorcycle to continue :' County Jail. Once at the jail, that home. Ortiz then told the fleeing and accidentally ran Officer Howell found inside man he wasn't going to get his into Sherrell's patrol car. -, the daughter's wallet eight blue, keys back until he had sobered z oval-shaped pills that were up. The man then told Ortiz: Buck Creek Road man +: suspected Alprazolam tablets. "You f- idiot. You can'treports camper blinds :-" The daughter was also charged keep me from driving:' Ortiz , with possession of a controlled told the man that if he could broken on Sept. 8 substance and drugs not in pass field sobriety tests, then -, original container, he would be allowed to drive. At about 11:20 a.m. on Sept. The man then responded, 8, a male Buck Creek Road - - Deputies respond to "You're f- dumb. You can't resident told Deps. Larry Sul- ' " Jeffrey Way home do that:' The man then tried livan and Willie Barkley he to call 9-1-1 several times and found his camper broken into after attempted entry shoved the phone up against when he returned home at " Ortiz's ear. Ortiz told him to about 10:30 a.m. that morn- At about 1:24 p.m. on Sept. stop one time, but when he did ing. The resident said both 6, Dep. Willie Barkley and Cpl. it a second time, Ortiz arrested windows were opened, and his ]ake Justice went to a Jeffrey the man and took him to the blinds were broken. He said his Way home after a neighbor Monroe County Jail. TV and other items had been reported hearing the sound of thrown onto the floor. The resi- glass breaking at the home. ]us- dent, who said he initially left tice found broken glass from his home at about 3:30 a.m. on a window at the rear of the Sept. 6, said nothing appeared home. Deputies then entered missing. the home by kicking down the front door, and Barkley deployed his K-9 dog Kahn to search the interior. However, deputies did not find anyone inside the home. The case was then turned over to Inv. Chris Landers. Juliette man arrested for disorderly conduct after feud with father A 38-year-old white Juliette man was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after a dispute at a uliette Road home on Sept. 6. At about 10:45 a.m a ]uliette Road man told Cpl. Nicolas Ortiz that his father took his truck keys and hid them from him. The man, who smelled strongly of alcohol, said he wanted his keys to leave Motorcyclist arrested after crashing bike into deputy's patrol vehicle A 35-year-old white Cen- terville man was arrested and charged with fleeing or attempting to elude after he crashed his motorcycle into a Monroe County Sheriff's Office patrol car during a high-speed chase on Tift College Drive on Sept. 7. At about 4:30 p.m Dep. Chris Sherrell was noti- fied by Sgt. Todd Haskins that a motorcycle had fled from him on ]uliette Road head- ing toward Forsyth. Sherrell and Dep. Tia Buckle then saw a white and red 2009 Honda CBR1000 motorcycle traveling in the opposite lane in excess of 100 mph at the intersection of Juliette and Joe Chambers roads. Sherrell tried to stop the motorcycle, speeding to more than 120 mph to keep up with Burruss prison worker reports car scratched, .' suspects facility visitor ." At about 10:42 a.m. on Sept. 8, a female Burruss Correction- al Training Center employee told Deps. Larry Sullivan and Willie Barkley that someone scratched her car on Sept. 7. The employee said she sus- pected the culprit was a female visitor whom she refused to allow to enter the facility due to a dress code violation. The employee said the scratch on her car was about six inches long. ,7 I'" + r, 4 r;. See INCIDENTS Page C . ,~- + ,- The following arrests were reported by the Monroe County Sherifit's Office and Forsyth Police Department on Sept. 9- !5 An arrest means someone has been charged with a crime, but the law considers them innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Domi- uique Coles, 25, Riverdale, speeding, driving while license sus- pended Sanwana G. Fouraker, 24, Macon, aggravated assault, first degree bur- glary, terroris- tic threats and acts, second degree crimi- nal damage to property Destany Herringdine, 27, Barnes- ville, pos- session of Schedule II drugs, cross- ing guard lines with contraband Kenneth Wayne Jones, 29, Forsyth, driving while license sus- pended Eze- kwueche D. Sanders, 35, Warner Rob- ins, driving while license suspended Braxton Lamar Shaw, 24, Hamp- ton, driving while license suspended, speeding Victor Matavish Ussery, 41, Juliette, aggra- vated assault, possession of a weapon during com- mission of a felony Chris- tian Brown, 29, Macon, suspended registra- tion, failure to maintain lane, driving while license suspended Marvin Coleman, 30, Warner Rob- ins, fleeing, failure to use turn signal, no insurance, speeding, hit-and-run, reckless driv- ing Taniyah Dewberry, 18, Forsyth, use of com- munication facility in commission of a felony involving drugs Talisha Drummond. 30, Stone Mountain, possession of cocaine Alex Hill, 22, Macon, failure to maintain lane, driving while license suspended Jake Sisemore, 22, Culloden, driving while license suspended, speeding lasmaine Stewart, 22, Fitzgerald, possession of cocaine Twinikka White, 33, De- catur, possession of amphetamine Lynda Susan Cummings, 62, Barnesville, cru- elty to animals Brandi Lou- ise Marzka, 41, Forsyth, cruelty to animals Patricia Helle Mullinax, 37, Forsyth, pos- session of meth, driving while license suspend- ed, possession of drug related objects Sheryl Hicks Outlaw. 36. Ma- con. interference with custody Archie Ste- ven Allen, 45, Forsyth, theft by taking, criminal trespass Jimmy Wil- liam Chapman, 45, Macon, fail- ure to maintain lane, driving while license suspended Stacey Dale Davis, 25, Cull- man, Ala driv- ing while license suspended t Georgia Drew, 28, Jack- son, cruelty to animals, aban- doned dogs Kelsey Terrill Epps, 31, Forsyth, driving while license sus- pended Stephanie Washington, 36, Jackson, criminal tres- pass, theft by taking Corey Ar- mand Blye, 23, Perry, failure to appear Mercello Givan, 51, White, theft by deception, first degree bur- giary Nakisha Marie Hill, 35, Forsyth, disor- derly conduct Den- his O'Keefe James, 39, Atlanta, failure to appear Benjamin Zellner, 62, Macon, aggra- vated assault, theft by taking ,Eddie Maddox, 33, Macon, bat- tery, terroristic threats and acts, criminal trespass Devin Ray Mays, 24, Forsyth, first degree crimi- nal damage to property Tavaris Marquez Sut- ton. 37, Warner Robins, simple battery (Fam- ily Violence), contempt of Superior Court Raymond Utter, 54, Jackson, failure to maintain lane, taillights required, tag lights required, open container, DUI Brandon Marquis Wal- ton, 27, For- syth, disorderly conduct Isabella Frost, 22, Fayetteville, obstruction, disorderly conduct Gerald Daniel Ussery, 33, Forsyth, disorderly conduct larod Hugh Wills, 34, Flowery Branch, failure to maintain lane, DUI +~++ + ++:+ .a J