On Oct. 26 a damage to vehicle complaint was filed at an Aqua Road residence. According to reports, a man stated that someone had shattered the window on his 2011 Ford F 250 pickup truck.
On Oct. 26 an information report was filed at a Price Mill Road residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that two years ago she gave her granddaughter a shotgun and rifle so the granddaughter’s boyfriend could hunt. The complainant alleges that now she and her husband want the weapons back but had learned that the granddaughter had pawned both guns. The granddaughter alleged that she was given the weapons as protection against escaped convicts and that she had been paying her grandmother rent but the grandmother was now telling other relatives that she was not paying rent. She also said she went to the pawn shop to retrieve the weapons but they had been sold.
On Oct. 26 an information report was filed at the Madison by-pass near East Avenue. According to reports, a deputy stated that while he was responding to fight in progress complaint at Deer Haven subdivision, he struck a large vulture while traveling more than 100 mph. Reports state the vulture struck the top of the vehicle near the driver’s side. The deputy reported the bird strike and continued to the call, reports state.
On Oct. 25 an information report was filed at a Seven Islands Road residence. According to reports, a man said a woman stopped at his residence to talk with him regarding some problems she was having with her husband. The man said while he and the woman were standing in his driveway, he told the woman that he has no part in her business and does not want to be involved. The man said at this point the woman’s husband drove by the residence and shouted that he would kill the man.
On Oct. 25 Drakelio Akeem Andrews, 22, Eatonton was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. According to reports, a deputy executed a traffic stop on a vehicle driven by Andrews near the intersection of Eatonton Highway and Pennington Road for a faulty twilight and turn light. Consequent to the stop, reports state, the deputy reported smelling marijuana coming from the vehicle and during a search allegedly located a glass jar of suspected marijuana in a Crown Royal bag in the vehicle.
On Oct. 24 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Creekwood Circle residence. According to reports, a woman reported that someone had punctured the front and rear driver’s side tires on her Dodge Ram 1500 with some type of sharp object.
On Oct. 22 a theft by taking complaint was filed at an Atlanta Highway, Rutledge residence. According to reports, a man alleged that someone located a key to a safe he had in his closet, opened the same and took between $900 to $1,000 in cash. The complainant’s mother told authorities that there had been several contractors in the house in the past few days. The mother said she located the key on a side table in the living room.
On Oct. 21 an information report was filed at a Mallard Ridge road residence. According to reports, a deputy responded to the Rainbow Convenience Store, Athens Highway, were a man told the deputy that his husband had allegedly been doing methamphetamine for four days and was acting violently toward the complainant. The deputy followed the man to the residence to collect his belongings. The complainant alleged that a 30.06 rifle was missing and that his husband had pulled a 1988 Toyota pickup truck into a ditch.
On Oct. 21 a fraudulent activity complaint was filed at a Spears Road residence. According to reports, a woman said she received a phone call from a man with and Middle Eastern Accent who alleged he was with the Social Security Administration and asked for her Social Security number and she gave the number to the caller. The caller then said the woman had rented a cal in El Paso, Texas and two pounds of cocaine had been found in the car. At this point, the woman said she realized the call was a scam and hung up the phone.