Morgan County Sheriffâ€™s Office
â€¢ On August 7 a theft by taking complaint was filed at Morgan County Primary School after a woman reported that sometime between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. someone had taken her Vera Bradley wallet.Â
The wallet contained $20 cash, a check card, credit card, social security card and driverâ€™s license.
â€¢ On August 10 two 14-year-old females at Morgan County High School were arrested and charged with affray (fighting) after they allegedly fought each other in front of the schoolâ€™s auditorium.Â
According to reports, the two girls are sisters. Two days earlier two 16-year-old females were arrested and charged with affray after they allegedly struck each other at the school.
â€¢ On August 12 a pointing or aiming a gun at another complaint was filed at a Weaver Jones Road location after a man reported that while he was driving home a man at a Weaver Jones residence allegedly pointed a gun at him.Â
Officers responded to the residence and were told by a woman that her husband had been cooking on the rear deck of the home but he had not pointed a gun at anyone.
â€¢ On August 12 a gas drive-off complaint was filed at a Greensboro Highway location after a man reported that a young male pumped $5 worth of gas and drove off without paying.
â€¢ On August 11 a disorderly conduct complaint was filed at a Rutledge Restaurant on Newborn Highway after a man reported that a woman entered his restaurant to pick up a to go order and consequently threw a cup of a red drink at the complainant and verbally abused him. Reports state that the complainant has told the woman in the past to manage her children while in the restaurant but the woman has not complied, leading to arguments.Â
During this incident, reports state, one of the womanâ€™s children was climbing on a table and jumping off to the floor. When the complainant requested that the child stop the behavior, the woman allegedly became combative and abusive and threw the drink at the man.
â€¢ On August 11 a harassing phone call complaint was filed at a Brobston Lane location after a woman reported that a man known to her had called to relay a reference number to the complainantâ€™s daughter regarding picking up money from Western Union.Â
The man requested to speak to the daughter but when the complainant refused, the man recited the reference number and then ended the conversation with a curse.
â€¢ On August 11 Randy J. Bell, 20, Buckhead, was arrested and charged with burglary and theft by taking after he allegedly entered a manâ€™s house and took $75 from his wallet.Â
Bell allegedly told the man he had taken the money to purchase marijuana but denied the allegation to police.
â€¢ On August 11 a dispute complaint was filed at a Broughton Road, Newborn, location after a man reported that he had instructed his uncle to no longer use his motherâ€™s driveway as an access route to a hay field.Â
Reports state that when the complainant confronted the uncle regarding using the driveway, and not an alternative access route, the uncle grabbed the complainantâ€™s shirt and pushed him. The uncle told officers he regretted the incident but became upset when the complainant called him a derogatory term.
â€¢ On August 10 a theft by conversion complaint was filed at an Indian Bend Drive, Rutledge, location after a woman reported that she had paid a man to repair her car but the man had not returned the car.Â
The woman said she has made several attempts to secure her vehicle from the man.
â€¢ On August 10 a giving false name, address to an officer complaint was filed after an officer stopped a man for speeding on Georgia Highway 12.Â
According to reports, the man told the officer he did not have his license and gave the officer his brotherâ€™s name and date of birth. The name came back with aÂ valid license and the man was issued a speeding citation.Â
After the officer returned to the sheriffâ€™s office, he received information that the man had given him a false name.Â
The officer traveled to the manâ€™s house and confirmed that the brother, was, in fact, not the man he had earlier issued a citation to.
â€¢ On August 9 a dispute between neighbors complaint was filed at a Heidi Trail location after a man reported that he had recently had a dispute with a neighbor regarding the complainantâ€™s black Labrador.Â
The complainant said when his son was walking the dog on the complainantâ€™s property, the neighbor was wearing a sidearm and placed his hand on the sidearm.
â€¢ On August 8 a harassing phone call complaint was filed at an Estes Road, Rutledge, location after a woman reported that another woman had called her house and was attempting to sell ministry items in the name of the complainantâ€™s ex-husband. The woman said she feared for her safety.
â€¢ On August 7 a livestock theft complaint was filed at an Apalachee Road location after a woman reported that someone had come onto her property and stole 35 chickens.Â
The chickens included five Benny Reds and five Silver Duck Wings. In total $350 worth of live chickens were stolen. The complainant said whoever is taking the chickens is also damaging the pens.
â€¢ On August 8 a stalking complaint was filed at a Bramblewood Drive location after a woman reported that a man known to her allegedly came to her house despite several commands to leave the location.Â
Reports state that after the man left he allegedly returned and looked in windows.Â
The complainantâ€™s mother then told the man to leave and he walked to the end of the street and continued to watch the house.Â
The next day the complainant reported finding a note on her vehicle and later the man allegedly returned to the complainantâ€™s motherâ€™s house and revealed a pistol in his waistband and said he was going to kill another girl and then himself.
â€¢ On August 9 a damage to property complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road furniture store after an officer observed that someone had shattered a driver side and passenger side window with rocks.Â
The windshield had also been struck with a rock but did not shatter.
â€¢ On August 7 Deanarius Corey Carter, 20, Madison, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, less than an ounce and possession of a firearm with no permit after an officer walked up to a vehicle Carter was in on Micha Way and allegedly observed him rolling a â€œblunt.â€� According to reports, the officer said after he observed Carter with the suspected marijuana, he asked him to place both hands outside the window of the vehicle. Carter was then handcuffed and as he exited the vehicle the officer discovered a loaded .357 pistol with four hollow point bullets on the vehicleâ€™s front seat.Â
Carter told the officer he did not have knowledge that the weapon was in the vehicle.
â€¢ On August 8 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Micha Way location after a man reported that someone had smeared peanut butter on his 2004 F-150 pickup truck.Â
The sandwich spread was smeared on the tailgate area, driver side rear quarter panel, driver side door and driver side window.
â€¢ On August 9 a damage to property complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road auto repair shop after a man reported that someone had thrown a rock through the shopâ€™s front window. Estimated damage is $500.
â€¢ On August 9 a damage to property complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road liquor store after a man reported that someone had thrown a rock through the front passenger side window of a 2003 Dodge Durango that had been parked at the location for sale.