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On August 14 a burglary complaint was filed at a Larkmartin Street residence. According to reports, a woman said she left her residence at 10:20 p.m. and when she returned at 2:20 a.m. she noticed someone had entered and removed a 42” Sanyo flat screen television worth $400, a 42” Samsung flat screen television worth $900, a 40” unknown brand of flat screen television worth $200 and a jar of change valued at $170. The complainant said she had nailed the windows of the residence shut to avoid burglary. She also said someone had broken out a window to a bedroom and appeared to gain access through the broken window.

On August 11 a theft by taking complaint was filed at Burger King, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a manager at the store reported that on August 5 a $330 deposit was missing. The manager said he suspected a shift manager and when he began investigating the loss of deposit, that same shift manager left her key at the store. Another $946 deposit and $100 “draw” is also missing.

On August 8 a Delvin Raeyon Robinson, 17, Madison, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. According to reports, Robinson allegedly attacked a female juvenile from the back seat of a vehicle in which he was a passenger. Reports allege that he pulled the juvenile’s hair and choked her.

On August 8 a shoplifting complaint was filed at Wal Mart, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a Wal Mart employee alleged that two black males and a black female entered the store. One of the males attempted to return an item without a receipt and allegedly gave an employee a false driver’s license number. The other male and female then placed 13 flashlights in the female’s purse valued at $333.87 and then left the store near the tire repair area.

Morgan County Sheriff’s Office

On August 14  a harassment complaint was filed at a Jim Thomas Road residence. According to report, a woman alleged that her former boyfriend had been using a Text Me application to send her derogatory messages. The woman said the man continues to send her pictures of him with guns. The former boyfriend also told the complainant that he “had a word to put in” her new boyfriend’s “ear when he see’s him.”

On August 13 a suspicious activity report was filed at a the Morgan County Volunteer Fire Station, Seven Islands Road, Buckhead. According to reports, a man stated that his daughter had passed by the fire station on Saturday, August 13 at 9:45 a.m. and noticed that one of the the bay doors to the station was open. The man said he had been at the station the night before and all bays were closed. Nothing appeared to be missing, he said.

On August 12 a  theft complaint was filed at a Drake Road residence. According to reports, a woman said she had let a man and his girlfriend borrow her red 2004 Ford F 150 pickup truck at 11:30 a.m. with the understanding that the truck would be returned at 3 p.m.. The truck was not returned and  then the woman was told that it would be returned at 6 p.m. The truck was not returned and at 6:30 p.m. the woman was told the truck would be retuned within an hour. The woman gave the deputy the couple’s Monroe, Ga. address.

On August 11 a theft of lost or mislaid property complaint was filed  at an Old Buckhead Road residence. According to reports, a man said he had placed his Glock 19 9mm pistol on the hood of his girlfriend’s car and the girlfriend then left the residence. The girlfriend said she drove on Old Buckhead Road to the Madisonian by-pass and then after crossing the by-pass drove on College Drive to Golden Pantry. The woman said she remembered hearing something fall near the Morgan County Recreation Center on College Drive. The man, woman and a deputy all searched the area for the pistol but were unsuccessful. The man said the gun had 15 rounds in the magazine and had green night sights.

On August 11 a theft by taking complaint was filed at an Athens Highway residence. According to reports, a man said someone entered his garage and took a 2012 black EZ Go ST golf cart. The cart was taken sometime between Tuesday, August 9 at 8 p.m. to Thursday, August 11 at 5:30 p.m

On August 11 an aggravated battery complaint was filed at the Morgan County Public Safety Center. According to reports, a man alleged that on June 25 and June 26 a man known to his family assaulted his 12-year-old son and his daughter. The son said the man pushed him against a wall and “choked him out” after he told another adult that he had observed the man enter a camper trailer on the property, remove a bottle of alcohol and then drink the alcohol. On the same day, reports allege, the complainant’s daughter said she observed the suspect stealing cigars and medication from her father’s truck She said the man shoved her and kicked her below the knees, even though she had recently had surgery.

On August 10 a battery and terroristic threats and acts complaint was filed at Morgan County Primary School, Buckhead Road. According to reports, a 10-year-old student allegedly struck a parapro in the torso and the head with a closed fist. Reports allege that the student was removed from a activity room at the school because of his behavior and use of foul language. As he was walking down the hall to go to the front of the school, he allegedly attacked the parapro after he mumbled about blowing up the school. While at the administrative area of the school, an administrator convinced the student to sit down and talk about his behavior. The student sat down and during the talk slapped the administrator with an open fist in the face. The students mother was called and he was transferred into her custody. Charges terroristic threats and two counts of battery will be filed.

On August 9 a burglary complaint was filed at a Sunlight Court residence. According to reports, a man said that after he and his girlfriend had a fight, the girl called 911 to try and get a ride to Jasper County. After she was told she could not get a ride to Jasper County, reports state, the girl contacted her mother for a ride. The complainant said he left the residence to take a friend to work at 6 p.m. and when he left the girl and all her belongings were outside the residence. The man said when he returned at 10 p.m. he noticed that a patio chair from the back porch was sitting on the front porch ramp in front of a kitchen window and a bedroom window had been tampered with. He also noticed feces on the front porch mat and when he attempted to fling the material off the mat some material ended up on a front porch rail at which point he observed a “I love you” charm stuck in the material. He also observed that his Playstation 4 game system was missing . He said he called his former girlfriend who denied knowledge of the Playstation 4. The man said two of the girlfriend’s male friends called him and harassed him with derogatory names on Facebook. On Monday, August 15 the complainant told a deputy he had gotten his Playstation 4 back. The complainant said his former girlfriend called and wanted “to work on their relationship.” She also requested that the complainant drive some clothes to her mother’s house, a “Mrs. Tonya” suspect, who lives in Covington and allegedly had the Playstation 4. While at the residence the bag of clothes was placed on the front porch after the girlfriend could not get anyone to come to the door. The complainant said at the time a male friend accompanying the couple went on the front porch to retrieve the bag of clothes and heard a voice asking “where are you going with that?” The friend said he was taking the clothes until the Playstation 4 was produced. When the friend got back to the car he inspected the bag of clothes and found the Playstation 4 inside the bag. The girlfriend again denied taking the game system and alleged that “Mrs. Tonya” had taken the system and produced the fecal material on the porch. The male friend who accompanied the complainant said that while the girlfriend was telling the complainant about “Mrs. Tonya” he was looking over her shoulder from the back seat of the vehicle and could read a text she was sending to an unidentified male with directions on the best way to physically assault the complainant.

On August 10 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Hawkins Academy Road, Rutledge residence. According to reports, a man said someone came onto his hunting property and removed two Mossey’s 5.0 infrared cameras. The cameras are valued at $200.

On August 9 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Riverwalk Road residence. According to reports, a woman said someone shattered the driver’s side window of her truck. The woman said this was the third time a window in the vehicle had been shattered in the last 2.5 years. She also said that the truck was and remained locked and notching was reported missing.

On August 9 a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at a Keencheefoonee Road residence. According to reports, a woman stated that on Sunday, August 7 a neighbor was shooting a shotgun and pellets from the gun were raining down on her and her family. The woman said her husband confronted the neighbor regarding the pellets and the neighbor allegedly told the husband that it was his legal right to fire his gun and he would not stop until he decided he was finished. The woman said she then called the sheriff’s office to report the shootings.  On August 9 the woman noticed that someone had driven a truck onto the couple’s front yard and had spun tires and created damage to the yard, At 10 p.m. the neighbor’s truck came onto the yard and spun tires created additional damage to the yard. The husband followed the truck for a short distance but reported that the truck was driving iratically. When deputies arrived they spoke to the neighbor and told him that they believed he was driving the truck when it damaged the yard. The neighbor allegedly said  several times that “he may have been the driver of the truck when the damages were done, but he may not have been…”

On August 8 an information report was filed at a Sandy Creek Road residence. According to reports, a woman said she was attempting to serve eviction papers to a man who rents from her. The woman said she sent another woman with the letter and that woman said that the man reported he could not read. The employee said she read the eviction letter to the man  and handed the man the letter. The man allegedly sat  the letter on fire and yelled that he could not read nor could he hear. The complainant  then went to talk to the man regarding the eviction and the man allegedly stuck his face in the woman’s vehicle window and screamed “hit me so that I can beat you like a man.” The man then allegedly threatened to burn the woman out, hit the side of her vehicle with a carpenter’s square, grabbed her phone and stood in  front of her car, blocking her ability to leave. When she did leave the man allegedly removed hammer from his tool belt and threw it at the vehicle but missed. The woman said the man had threatened to kill her in the past and had been drinking heavily of late and had become very hostile towards her.

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