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Jaled Brown arrived to assist. Deputies then ordered the female driver and two male passengers to exit the car. Brown saw a bulge in the front left pocket of one of the male passengers and asked him what it was. The passenger said it was money and removed some money from his pocket. However, Brown still saw the bulge and asked the passenger again about it. The passenger then pulled out a bag of synthetic marijuana. Brown then tried to arrest the passenger, but he instead took off running across 1-75. Sawley then chased after the passenger in his patrol car but did not locate the passenger, who ran into the woods. About an hour later, the passenger was spotted on Gose Road, and Sawley eventually caught the passenger on Music Row. The passenger was taken to the Monroe County Jail, where he was also charged with fleeing/ attempting to elude, giving a false name and date of birth, posses- sion of drug related objects and obstruction. Deputy locates vehicle reported stolen during Green Tomato Festival At about 6:07 p.m. on Nov. 6, Dep. Tyler Rodgers went to a Hilltop Street home where a stolen car was located. A male resident told Rodgers a white 2009 Kia Rondo had been parked in his yard since Oct. 27. The resi- dent said he had not seen anyone around the vehide and didn't know who its owner is. Dispatch- ers then determined the vehide was reported stolen by a woman attending the Green Tomato Fes- tival. The vehide owner had told Dep. Jake Justice that she left her vehicle on McCracken Street. The found vehide was then towed by Forsyth Wrecker Service. River Rapids Drive man reports toilets, faucets stolen from home On Nov. 5, a male River Rapids Drive homeowner told Sgt. Todd Haskins he had several plumb- ing fixtures delivered to his home on Oct. 25 but discovered they were missing on Oct. 26 when the plumber came to install them. The homeowner said the stolen fixtures included: two toilets, three toilet seats, four vanity faucets, one kitchen faucet and a pedestal sink. The stolen items were valued at about $1,500. The homeowner told Haskins that his subdivision has a security camera at its entrance. County Jail. church or he would be charged car had been seen broken down with criminal trespass. The man on Garr Road. Campfield then told Williams that he understood Woman reports credit searched the area for the car but his order, card opened in name was unable to locate it. Pate Road resident at Lord & Taylor store Shell owner reports reports unknown man At about 5:45 p.m. on Nov. 5, a finding wen n's wallet entered home, left Forsyth woman told Dep. Jaleel in bafl1 Cml On Nov. 2 Brown that someone had used At about 12:05 a.m. on Nov. 8, her name and social security The owner of the Shell station a female Pate Road resident told number to take out a credit card on Lee Street told Forsyth officer Dep. Paul Stewart an unknown from Lord & Taylor department Kiandra Ptitchett that an employ- man entered her home and left. store. The woman showed Brown ee found a wallet containing bank The resident said she heard her documents she received in the cards, gift cards and the license of motion detector go off while she mail showing fraudulent cloth- a Jackson woman in the women's was lying in bed. The resident ing purchases in the amount of bathroom on Nov. 2. Attempts to said when she got up to see who $1,267.08 on Oct. 17. The woman reach the woman by phone were it was, she saw a male suspect, said she had already cancelled the unsuccessful so Monroe County who was about 6 feet tall with card. deputy Christian Sawley took the a shaved head and was wearing wallet to her home. an oversized black jacket with Tessie Hall members patches on it, was standing out- side at her door. The resident said Of Officer provides the unknown man then opened lawn mower on Nov. 4 socurity afler early the door and came inside of her voting rum overtime home a few feet. The resident At about 9:58 a.m. on Nov. 4, a said she ordered the man to leave male Tessie Hall Baptist Church County officials called city and then ran into her room to member told Dep. Paul Stewart police on Nov. 2 to report that get her gun and call 9-1-1. The that a lawn mower had been the polls closed for the final day resident said when she returned stolen from the church, located of early voting at 4:30 p.m. yet to her kitchen, the man had left. on Boxankle Road, sometime the people were still coming in the The resident said she then looked previous night. A second male building. Forsyth police Sgt. Da- out the window and saw the man member said he noticed the lawn vid Asbell provided security until exiting her driveway in a blue car. mower was missing when he everyone had voted and the polls The resident said no items were went to check on it that morning were closed. stolen. In a separate but possibly and said someone had stolen the related incident, at about 1 p.m. battery out of it several monthswoman strikes on Nov. 10, a male Pate Road earlier. The members said the United Bank drive-lhru resident told Dep. Christian lawn mower was connected by a Sawley that he left his home on cable to an air conditioning unit pillar, caus damage the afternoon of Nov. 8 and when in the rear of the church. The he returned earlier that day he members said the cable had been A Forsyth woman told Forsyth discovered items were missing cut and there were tire marks in police Maj. George Foster on from inside his shop. The resident the grass leading up to where it Nov. 1 that she misjudged the said two fishing poles and a tool was parked. The tire marks ap- drive-through at United Bank box were stolen. He said his dog peared to have come from a dual- and struck the pillar, doing mod- gate had also been tampered with ly truck or a vehide with a trailer, erate damage. and a hose was knocked to the A female neighbor told Stewart ground as well. she saw a yellow unmarked box Physician reports car truck enter the church parking lot windshield smashed in Jackson woman calls but couldn't remember what day Primary Pediatrics lot or time it occurred. deputies after son hit camper with pick axe Forsyth Baptist Church pastor asks for ban of man acting suspiciously A physician at Primary Pedi- Ham Road resident attics in Forsyth reported that At about 3 p.m. on Nov. 8, a RndS opan condom someone shattered her front male Forsyth First Baptist Church A 39-year-old white Jackson pastor told Sgt. Kevin Williams man was arrested and charged bOX on kiln C llnter passenger window on Oct. 30 and stole her wallet, which she he wanted to ban a man from with disorderly conduct and coming back to the church due criminal trespass after a domes- At about 6:56 p.m. on Nov. 8, described as teal with floral pat- to his odd behavior and pend- tic dispute at a High Falls Road a male Ham Road resident told terns. She said she only had $15 ing criminal charges. The pastor home on Nov. 9. At about 2:30 CpI. Timothy Campfield that he cash and that she was already said the man would sometimes p.m. a female High Falls Road found his home had been broken canceling credit cards. go into the church nursery and resident told Dep. Christian Saw, into when he returned home at sit in the dark in a rocking chair ley that her son had been arguing about 6:45 p.m. that day. The Dodge Caravan driver until someone came into the with her inside of their camper, resident said the back door was reports rocks falling room. The pastor said on several Sawley then ordered the son to open and the bedroom and liv- from Hwy. 18 bridge occasions the man stayed in the come outside, but he didn't, and ing room had been rummaged bathroom for lengthy amounts Sawley went inside the camper through. The resident said he A Forsyth man told Forsyth of time until he was told to leave, and found the man sitting on the found an open box of condoms officer Kiandra Ptitchett that his The pastor ltd several items have bed. Sawley saw items appeared left on the kitchen counter, blue Dodge Caravan was dam- gone missing from the church to have been thrown around Campfield was unable to identify aged by rocks falling from the while the man has been there inside the camper. Sawley then any fingerprints at the scene. and said the man sometimes arrested the son after the resident The case was then turned over Hwy. 18 bridge onto 1-75 while frequents places in the church said he had been hitting the side to Inv. Allen Henderson Then, ownerCrews workedof Comanche n the Construc-bridge" The where men do not typically go. of her camper with a pick axe at about 8:20 p.m the resident tion of Georgia told the driver to Williams then met with the man while calling her a b . The resi- called Campfield and told him a get an estimate of the damage and at the Monroe County Jail and dent said her son never touched neighbor saw a small silver/gray he would have it fixed. warned him not to return to the her during the fight. Sawley car in the resident's yard at about then took the son to the Monroe I p.m. that day and said the same The following arrests were reported by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office Nov. 5-11. An arrest means someone has been charged with a crime, but the law considers them innocent until proven guilty Jn a court of law. Eric Emanud Figueroa- Rivera, 23, Macon, failure to appear Joseph Reichert, 49, Richmond Hill, open container, possession of amphetamine, possession of mariiuana with intent to distribute, speeding layland Dasher, 19, Vidalia, driv- ing while li- cense revoked, speeding Obi Dominique Dawson, 25, Macon, driv- ing while li- cense revoked, possession of marijuana Jamey Ray Fowler, 44, Milledgeville, child support lockup order Donteri- ous Keyon Frye, 20, Forsyth, simple bat- tery, failure to appear, violation of probation, fleeing or attempting to elude, drugs, obstruction, possession of drug related objects, giv- ing a false name and date of birth Billy Charles Mullaney, 48, Dublin, failure to ap- pear Can- vas Qiana Prescott, 40, Forsyth, driving while license revoked Michael David Reed, 34, Jackson, failure to ap- pear Cal- vin Burke Thompson, 48, Atlanta, tag lights required, failure to maintain lane, no insurance, driving while license re- voked, DUI Dennis Zagonenko, 22, New Port Riche% Fla headlight viola- tion, driving without a valid license Jason Earl Woolsey, 37, Forsyth, theft by receiving stolen property, driving while license revoked Earl Rusty :: Zimmerman, 70, Macori, in- terference with government property :':" Walter Casey Lynn I I Lewis Davis, Bunn, 43, For- II 40, Ameti- syth, theft by cus, speeding, . brmgmg stolen : ][ driving while property into license revoked state Austin Lee Cook, 22, Forsyt.h, shop- ing Adam Dan- id Hanson, 39, Jackson, first degree crimi- nal damage to property, disorderly con- duct Miranda Keen, 31, Forsyth, iden- tity theft fraud, financial trans- action card fraud, theft by taking Mario Parks, 45, For- syth, terroristic threats and acts, parole violation Qruntanvi- ous Dyshon Sands, 20, Forsyth, aggra- vated assault Juantavious I. Bloodser, 25, Forsyth, driving while license suspended/re- voked Michael Leland Caroth- ers, 19, Grif- fin, disorderly conduct Roder- ick Courtez Grissom, 44, Adanta, DUI, failure to stop at a stop sign Kamal Rasheed Partee, 23, McDonough, driving while license revoked, speeding )