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On Dec. 16 Adam Carl Wade, 44, Bethlehem was arrested and charged with simple assault. According to reports, officers were called to the Budget Inn regarding a domestic dispute. A woman alleged that Wade had been verbally abusive towards her and would not let her sleep. Reports state that Wade was “very intoxicated. The woman said she was concerned that Wade’s blood sugar level was off and, in an officer’s presence, she checked and it was normal and “… that Mr. Wade was likely just intoxicated. The officer left and heard a door slam. The complainant quickly opened the door and called the officer back and said that after he left Wade allegedly threatened the woman’s life if she called police again. Wade was removed from the room and began defecating himself, reports state. He was escorted back to the room to clean up and was then transported to the Morgan County Detention Center.

On Dec. 11 a financial transaction card fraud complaint was filed at Raceway convenience store, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man said a woman he had met online and had associated with at the Quality Inn, Eatonton Road, had taken his debit card and on two transactions had taken $405.60 from his account. The man alleged that the woman was from Social Circle and they had planned the meeting at the motel room. The woman gave the man the card back after she made the transactions, he said.

On Dec. 10 a lost property report was field at  Walker Circle residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that on Friday, Dec. 6 she had lost a tennis bracelet. The bracelet is composed of 107 carats of diamonds and is valued  at $28,000.

On Dec. 10 Phyllis Atwater Taylor, 62, Athens was arrested and charged with contempt of court. According to reports, a man at a Wellington Street residence called Morgan County Dispatch to report that Taylor was allegedly banging on the back door of the residence with a “machete.” The man told an officer that a Morgan County Magistrate judge had ordered that the man and woman have no contact with each other. Taylor allegedly told the officer she was attempting to get her mail from the residence. A silver knife with a gold handle was located under a seat of Taylor’s vehicle. 

On Dec. 9 Darrell Steward Age, 60, Tallahassee, Fl. was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. According to reports, officers were called to the Four Lakes, Veranda Park area regarding a suspicious person going door to door trying to sell a product. When officers arrived they conducted a traffic stop on a 2020 Astro Van. Consequent to the stop, reports state, an officer allegedly smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle and located a small plastic bag of suspected marijuana in a sunglass holder in the center console. Reports allege that Age took responsibility for the marijuana and was arrested.

On Dec. 9 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Bramblewood Drive apartment. According to reports, a woman told an officer that someone had broken a door to an apartment and took a light bulb. The officer noted there were cigarette butts on the floor of the apartment and a window screen had been removed. 

On Dec. 7 Ashley Ashle LeCorps, 24, Brentwood, N.Y. was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, speeding and driving while license suspended. Shamir Floyd, 27, Marietta was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and giving false name to a police officer. According to reports, a vehicle driven by LeCorps was stopped on Interstate 20 for speeding. Consequent to the stop, reports state, an officer allegedly smelled burnt and green marijuana coming from the vehicle. LeCorps allegedly told the officer that the pair had smoked marijuana earlier and that there was a small amount in the vehicle. Floyd gave the officer a Tennessee driver’s license with another man’s name. Officers allegedly located suspected marijuana in a glove box, beside the passenger seat and in the driver’s side door. An officer also located 18 gift cards with various names and dollar amounts. LeCorps told the officer that the cards had been left in the vehicle by a previous driver. The officer confiscated the cards.

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