On May 18 Dewey Blevins, 41, Watkinsville was arrested and charged with aggravated stalking. According to reports, a woman at Pilot Truck Stop called authorities and said that she had a temporary protective order against Blevins and that he had approached her at the truck stop. An officer located a white Ford pickup in which Blevins was a passenger on U.S. 441 and executed a traffic stop. Blevins told the officer he was not aware the woman worked at Pilot and had he known, he would not have gone to the store. However, reports state, that information taken from video surveillance and through interviews at the store led an officer to press charges against Blevins.
On May 20 an information report was filed at a North Main Street residence. According to reports, a woman said while her daughter was waiting to get on the school bus, a white male wearing a brown shirt, jeans and brown shoes, rode a bike past her. Reports state the man noticed the child and turned his bike around and the child ran into the house. The woman said the man rode his bike to the parking lot of Tequila’s restaurant and watched the child until she got on the school bus. Officers searched for the man but did not have success. An officer also went to the area the next morning and insured that the child boarded the bus with not problems.
On May 17 a deposit account fraud complaint was filed at United Bank, North Main Street. According to reports, an employee alleged that a known customer deposited two stolen checks into his account and withdrew money based on the balance the stolen checks represented. Reports state that the man deposited a $700 check stolen from the Atlanta Postal Credit Union and then withdrew $699.78. The man also deposited a stolen $1,000 check from Regions Bank, however, the bank had frozen his account at this point and no money was taken.
On May 21 a theft of service complaint was filed at Days Inn, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee alleged that a woman called the motel and reserved a room from Jan. 09 to Jan. 11 and held the room with a credit card. She also listed a local man and said he was her son and had privilege to stay in the room. The man stayed the two days. However, since the reservation, the woman continues to dispute the charges on her credit card and payment has not been made.
On May 24 a theft of lost or mislaid property complaint was filed at an East Jefferson Street location. According to reports, a woman said the father of her child had a phone that she had purchased and was paying for. The woman said she spoke with the man and had asked him to return the Apple IPhone X Max but the man had not returned the phone. The woman said on Thursday, May 24 at 8 p.m. the man told her he no longer has the phone and does not know where the location of the device. The woman said the phone has a $848.50 payoff and that she had the phone shut down by the provider.