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The Lord loves righteousness and justice; the earth is full of his unfailing love- Psalm 33:5 The Monroe County Reporter October 3, 2018 ~~~~i~H~~I~I~I~~I~I~ IliiIllllll I II IIHI llllllIlllllllllll I lllllllllllllllllll} llllllllllllllllllIllll llllIlllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllltlIllllllllHlllllllllllll INCIDENT REPORTS OCTOBER 3, 2018 The following incidents were reported by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office Sept. 21-26. Woman reports left the ground and created sparks fraudulent charges when it touched back down. Asbell then met with the male made in Connecticut driver and smelled a strong odor Butts Count. of alcohol coming from inside On Sept. 22, a Forsyth woman the car. The driver, whose speech Flo~ drive" a~ told Cpl. Kimberly Barnett of the was thick, said he never saw the ~ ~ Ioo~ Forsyth Police Department that stop sign. The driver then handed 0 a~1~ ~ 1-75 stop she discovered five fraudulent Asbell his debit card when the of- transactions for $75 each on her ricer requested his driver'~ license. Persons Bank account. Barnett The driver, who was unsteady on A 38-year-old white Tampa, Fla. man was arrested and charged saw the transactions were made his feet, then admitted to drink- with possession of cocaine after a at City Gas Food in Connecticut. ing earlierand said he had slept traffic stop on 1-75 North on Sept. The woman said she had already in a friend's truck until he felt it 21. At about 2:53 p.m Cpl. John cancelled her debit card. was safe to drive. The driver then failed several field sobriety tests Thompson saw a silver Nissan Altima with dark tinted win- ~rs~ d~ve ~ed and tested positive for alcohol dows and a Florida tag traveling ~ D~| a~M" ~nning on a field breath test. Asbell then slowly on 1-75 North near mile stop sign on Sept. 23 took the driver to the Monroe marker 191. Thompson smelled County Jail, where he tested posi- the odor of marijuana coming A 25-year-old white Forsyth tive for more than two times the from inside the car and noticed limit of alcohol on a state breath the male driver, who denied man was arrested and charged test. The driver was also charged with DUI after a traffic stop on having anything illegal inside the Railroad Ave. on Sept. 23. Sgt. with failure to stop at a stop sign. car, was shaking uncontrollabl)n David Asbell of the Forsyth Police Thompson then searched the car Department saw an orange Volk- Ruby Road resident and found a rolled marijuana swagen Beetle run the stop sign reports boyfriend stole cigarette in a cigarette pack on at Railroad Ave. and Tift College car ofter argument the front seat. He also found on Drive, traveling through thein- the front seat a second cigarette tersection rapidly enough that it A 39-year-old black Forsyth pack containing a bag of powder man faces charges of theft by taking and driving while license suspended after he allegedly stole his girlfriend's car on Sept. 21. At about 4 p.m a female Ruby Road resident told Dep. Jaled Brown that she was arguing with her boyfriend when he stormed out of the house and took her gray 2015 Mazda Sport. The resident said her boyfriend later contacted her and threatened to destroy the car and slash its tires. She said he also told her that he ditched the car in the woods and was going to leave it there until she could find it. While Brown and Cpl. Thomas Haskins unsuccessfully searched the High Falls area for the car, Butts County deputies located the stolen car on Wolf Creek Road in cocaine. The driver then admitted that the drugs belonged to him, and Thompson took him to the Monroe County Jail, where he was also charged with a window tint violation and possession of marijuana. theft of $4,995 from Hamilton Bank accotmt At about 10 a.m. on Sept. 26, a Forsyth woman told Dep. Christian Sawley that she noticed $4,995 missing from her Ham- ilton Bank account on Sept. 22. The woman said she contacted her bank on Sept. 24 about the fraud, and she said Hamilton Bank learned the money was sent to Sears by a man identified as David J. Schofield. Jackson man arrested after deputies discover wrecked stolen car A Jackson man was arrested and charged with theft by receiv- ing stolen property after he was involved in a two-vehicle wreck while driving a stolen car at a High Falls Road motel on Sept. 26. At about 6:48 a.m the male owner of a tan Chevrolet S-10 truck told Cpl. John Thompson that a gray 2006 Mazda Miata had rear-ended his truck at the High Falls Hideaway motel. The truck's owner said it was unoc- cupied and parked in a parking space at the time of the incident. The truck's owner said his vehicle did not have any damage and said he didn't want to file a report. The male Miata driver, who was being treated by Monroe County EMTs and looked as if he had just woken up, told Thompson he was parked in the parking lot and must have fallen asleep with his foot on the brake, caus- ing his vehicle to roll into the truck. Dispatchers then notified Thompson that the Miata was reported stolen out of Henry County on Sept. 17. The driver told Thompson he met another man on Grindr, and the other man had allowed him to drive his Miata while the driver's vehicle was being repaired. The driver said he had been in possession of the Miata for about two weeks but had not spoken to the other man in about a week. Thompson then inventoried the Miata and found on the front seat a black zip-up container with a small bag ofmethamphetamine and a bag of marijuana inside. The driver then admitted he had been ar- rested in Henry County on drug possession charges earlier in the month. Thompson then asked the driver what he was doing at the motel, and the driver said he was meeting someone else he had been talking with on Grindr. The Miata's male owner said his brother was the other man on Grindr and said the driver had taken the car and never returned it. The owner said his brother had since gone to another state for drug rehab. Thompson then took the Miata driver to the Monroe County Jail, where he was also charged with possession ofmeth- amphetamine and possession of marijuana. See INCIDENTS, Page 5D lhe following arrests were reported by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office Sept. 24-30. An arrest means someone has been charged with a crime, but the law considers them innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Michael Edward For- syth, 40, Jack- son, failure to appear Daniel Riera, 19, Savannah, speeding, driving with" out a valid license Jeffrey Wallace, 24, Warner Rob- ins, driving while license revoked, tag lights re- quired, open container, following too closely, failure to maintain lane, Thomas Adams, 67, Forsyth, simple battery (Family Vio- lence) Chermeka Monique Buffer, 24, Macon, cross- :ing guard lines with contra- band Shawa- nda Glover, 27, Atlanta, possession ofmetham- phetamine with intent to distribute Dustin William Harrell, 29, Forsyth, obstruction, possession of drug para- phernalia, violation of probation Andrea Thenethia Kemp, 19, Riverdale, driving while license suspended/re- voked, driver to exercise due care, expired registration, tag lights required Zikeil Cor- tez Ruff, 25, Macon, speed- hag, giving a false name or date of birth J Joshua Levi Brown, 42, Forsyth, aggravated assault, battery, obstructing or hinder- ing persons making 911 call, criminal trespass Keyana CabeU, 18, Clarkston, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of drugs, possession of a weapon during the commission of a felony, speeding Enrique Edwards, 29, Clarkston, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of drugs, possession of a weapon during the commission of a felony Armando Javier High, 27, Macon, first degree burglary Yunian Alvarez Iz- quierdo, 36, Tampa, Fla driving while license revoked Joseph Lee Mc- Daniel, 3O, Jackson, possession ofmetham- phetamine, possession of marijuana, theft by re- ceiving stolen property Nestro Restrepo, 36, West Palm Beach, Fla failure to main- tain lane, driv- ing without a valid license, wearing head- phones while operating a motor vehicle Russell Paul Gilbert, 49, Sylalauga, Ala driving while license revoked Gregory Gore, 49, Douglas, possession of drugs with intent to dis- tribute, having no brake lights or working turn signals, suspended registration, no license on person, posses- sion of drugs with intent to distribute . Crescendo Israel Marti- nez-Gomez, 25, Gaines- ville, driving without a valid liceiise, driver to exercise due care Heather Potter, 31, Sunrise, Fla possession of marijuana Deneisha Anne Terry, 23, Cincinnati, Ohio, speed- ing, driving while license revoked Joseph Wilson, 27, Sunrise, Fla driving while license revoked Emreail Tamone Bry- ant, 22, West Palm Beach, Fla possession of marijuana Johnson Nguyen, 26, Culloden, third degree cru- elty to children, simple battery (Family Vio- lence) Keoko Tunner, 44, Macon, driving while license revoked, tag lights required Andrea Rose Webster, 33, Lake Wales, Fla driving while license revoked, driver to exercise due care Charles Barnhart, 42, Chattanooga, Tenn failure to maintain lane, open container, DUI, speeding, driver to exer- cise due care Scott Allen Bellefleur, 46, Jackson, disor- derlyhouse Terrance DeWayne Johnson, 38, Macon, driving while license revoked, slow poke law Joseph Hol- land Lacount, 54, Jackson, disorderly house Erik P. Pera- les, 22, Decatur, speeding, open container, pos- session of drug related objects, possession of cocaine Jalmel San- chez, 19, Sa - nah, speeding, i driving without a valid license Dana Slaughter, 38, Columbus, Ohio, driving while license re- voked, speeding Michael Fabian Smith, 51, Jackson, shoplifting Joshua "Fate, 26, Nashville, Tenn theft by receiving stolen prop- erty, tampering with evidence, possession of a weapon during the commission of a felony Robert Lee Whisby, 63, Macon, failure to maintain lane, taillights/ lens required, driving while license revoked ,| Derrick De- Wayne Nixon, 40, Rex, failure to maintain lane, driving in a divided high- wa~ controlled access roadways and emergency lanes, DUI Arturo Rangel-Castro, 23, Lilburn, tag lights required, driving without a valid license 4