On Sept. 1 a battery complaint was filed at a Monticello Road residence. According to reports, a woman said while she was working at a dairy, she observed her estranged husband with another woman. The complainant said after she observed the man with the woman, she tried to leave the area but the other woman allegedly followed her and struck her in the back of her head and then in her face. The complainant also alleged that the other woman has beaten her in the past and threatened her with a gun.
On Aug. 30 a temporary protective order was served at a Big Sandy Creek Lane residence. According to reports, deputies directed a man at the house to pack his belongings per court order and move. During the serving of the protective order, deputies also confiscated four firearms from the man, including an A-15 rifle and three handguns. Reports state a woman alleged that the man had pointed a firearm at her during an argument.
On Aug. 27 a burglary complaint was filed at a Price Mill Road residence. According to reports, a woman said someone took her Xbox game station. On Aug. 30, investigators were called by the complainant and told that the complainant’s daughter had told her that she had moved the Xbox to a different bedroom during a recent visit. The woman located the Xbox in the bedroom.
On Aug. 27 an information report was filed at a Sugar Creek Church Road location. According to reports, a deputy responded to a dispatch call of a person walking on Greensboro Road near Shadyside Lane who appeared to be disheveled and in need of assistance. The deputy located the woman who said she had recently been in a both verbal and physical argument with her boyfriend’s mother. The woman said she was staying with the woman while her boyfriend was incarcerated and that she had left the house during the argument to allow the situation to calm. She alleged that the other woman had struck her. She was offered and accepted a ride to town by the deputy and said she was seeking new living arrangements in Eatonton.
On Aug. 26 an information report was filed at Morgan County High School, College Drive. According to reports, a 15-year-old female told a deputy that as she was leaving a football game, an unknown male grabbed her. The teen said another man approached and asked her if she was all right and the suspect released her and left the area.