On Oct. 21 Denise Mathis Cooper, 63, Madison was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. The incident allegedly occurred at the intersection of Bostwick and Head roads. No other information regarding the arrest was available.
On Oct. 20 Tiffany Nicole Morgan, 34, no address given, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass. According to reports, an officer observed all the windows open at a Mallard Court residence with candles lit inside the house. An officer confronted Morgan who told him the homeowner was currently incarcerated and had given her permission to come to the residence. She also said the power was out and she was looking for her dog. The officer had knowledge, reports state, that the homeowner had not given Morgan permission to be in the house. The house was in disarray, reports state, and the officer located a dead animal in a bedroom.
On Oct. 20 Sequrtta Kiera Anderson, 27, Social Circle was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, less than an ounce; giving false name and address and several outstanding warrants from other agencies. According to reports, Anderson was stopped near the intersection of North Main Street and U.S. 441 for failure to use turn signal. Reports state that consequent to the traffic stop the officer allegedly observed marijuana in plain view in the vehicle along with several open containers of alcohol. Anderson was a passenger in the vehicle and allegedly told the officer that the marijuana was hers and that her name was Sequrtta Wright. The officer gave the driver of the vehicle a warning citation.
On Oct. 20 a dumping on the ground complaint was filed at the intersection of Benford Road and Farrar Road. According to reports, a man reported that someone dumped trash and oil into a creek on his Benford Road property. Two men had removed the debris from the creek when an officer arrived and had placed the trash near the road. The men said they did not know who had dumped the trash, however, they did locate names on several items in the trash including a Nortah American Fishing Club card and a prescription pill bottle.
On Oct. 20 a missing package report was filed at a Shakerag Road, Buckhead, According to reports, a woman said she ordered a 65” television from Walmart but had put, by mistake, her old Shakerag Road address on the order form. The woman said she went to her old rental house but did not find the television although Walmart reported that the unit had been delivered.
On Oct. 18 a burglary complaint was filed at a Cochran Road residence. According to reports, a man said when he returned to the house he noticed that someone had entered and taken a Play Station game console and three weapons. The weapons are a Remington 30.06 with a scope, a Savige Axis II with a scope and a Marlin 22 rifle.
On Oct. 17 a found property report was filed at dumpster site at the intersection of Centennial Road and Newborn Road. According to reports, a man said he found 148 counterfeit $100 bills in a plastic bag at the dumpster. The bills had pink Asian writing on each. A silver bracelet was also in the bag.
On Oct. 15 an enticing a child for indecent purposes complaint was filed at a Aqua Road residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a 19-year-old man was contacting her daughter who is a juvenile. The woman said she had located text messages from the man referencing drug use and scheduling liaisons with her daughter.
On Oct. 15 a theft complaint was filed at a Apalachee Road residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a woman named “Tracy” from Missouri had agreed to purchase her Geoffrey Marmoset monkey for $3,000. The complainant said she met with “Tracy” on June 15, 2017 and transferred the monkey and its papers to “Tracy.” The complainant said for the past two years she has stayed in contact with “Tracy” via text message but had never received the $3,000. A friend of the complainant told a deputy that she met “Tracy” through an online pet monkey community and had recently learned that “Tracy” had been accused by several people of scamming people out of their pets.