On Jan. 26 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Greensboro Road residence. According to reports, a man said someone had broken the window out of a house he was renovating. Reports state that a deputy suspected a man authorities had been looking for the night before after a missing persons complaint was filed against the 20-year-old man. The complainant estimated the damaged to the window at $300. A deputy made contact with the missing man, who they had located in the area the night before, and suggested that the the man was most likely the person who broke the window. The man said he did not remember breaking the window “but could have because he was very intoxicated.” The man arrived later with $300 and gave it to the complainant. The man also had a cut on his hand, reports state, conducive with the shattered window.
On Jan. 27 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Bethany Road residence. According to reports, a woman reported that someone had knocked over her mailboxes. A black Kia gas lid was collected at the scene.
On Jan. 27 a trespass complaint was filed at a Prospect Road, Rutledge residence. According to reports, a man alleged that a neighbor came to his house searching for his dog and while there complained about the complainant’s dogs and suggested they should all be euthanized.
On Jan. 26 a trespass complaint was filed at a Pennington Road residence. According to reports, a woman called dispatch regarding two women arguing in her yard. Reports state that one of the women told the complainant “They’re hiding a man in your barn.” The two women were served with trespass notices and police are searching for a third man to be served.
On Jan. 26 a dispute complaint was filed at a Fairplay Street, Rutledge residence. According to reports, a man alleged that a woman driving too fast through the apartment parking lot ran over the tail of his 11-year-old Chihuahua. The woman told officers that the man, while her children were in the back seat, slammed on her vehicle and called her disparaging names. The woman also denied running over the dogs’ tail.
On Jan. 24. a criminal trespass and burglary complaint was filed at a Sandy Creek Road residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that someone had come onto the property and created rut marks in the yard of a house being remodeled.
On Jan. 24 Rosalind Mathis Lester, 59, Micha Way was arrested and charged with false report of a crime. According to reports, Lester called a deputy and alleged that after she and her husband pulled through a fast food drive-through, an argument ensued after the clerk spoke to her husband. Lester alleged that her husband struck her several times while driving on Pierce Dairy Road. An officer took photos of a red mark on Lester’s face. Several hours later the officer confronted Lester again regarding a lack of bruising where she was supposedly struck. A second woman alleged that Lester used lipstick to create red marks on her skin to replicate physical contact.
On Jan. 24 Rodney Dean Jenkins, 53, Buckhead was arrested and charged with reckless driving, improper starting and driving with a suspended license. According to reports, a deputy allegedly observed Jenkins drive a Ford Ranger out of a dirt driveway and then create two “donuts” on the blacktop before driving away.
On Jan. 22 a trespassing complaint was filed at a Blue Springs Drive, Buckhead residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that her neighbors continue to trespass on her property. The woman alleged that the neighbors drive on her property, keep livestock near her bedroom window and, on one occasion, a 10-year-old from the neighbor’s house offered her eggs.
On Jan. 21 a dog attack report was filed at a Prospect Road residence. According to reports, a man alleged that he heard barking from outside and when he walked outside he observed his Pitbull dog chasing three dogs down Prospect Road. The man said the dog followed a Jack Russell dog to a house on Prospect Road and killed the dog on the front porch. The man said he wrapped the dog up in a shirt and left it on the porch and took his dog back home and put him in a pen.
On Jan. 21 Brianna Latrice Perryman, 18, Madison was arrested and charged with fleeing and attempting to elude and driving with the wrong class of a driver’s license. According to reports, several officers were called to a fight in progress at a Pinetree Circle residence. After the officers arrived, reports state, a 2004 Chevy Impala allegedly driven by Perryman attempted to leave the scene at a high rate of speed. The Impala eventually stopped and an officer stated that Perryman was driving with a learner’s permit.