On Dec. 19 Bradley Allan Cobb, 34, Eatonton was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine and driving while license suspended. According to reports, an officer was called to Walmart at 3 p.m. regarding a man slumped over in his vehicle. Reports state when the officer arrived he observed Cobb passed out and sweating profusely. The officer also noticed two small axes in the seat next to Cobb. The officer opened the door and made several attempts to get Cobb to recognize him, reports state. When Cobb raised up the officer asked him to exit the vehicle. Once detained the officer allegedly found a container in Cobb’s pocket that contained suspected methamphetamine. Cobb allegedly told the officer he eats one piece every morning “like people drink coffee.”
On Dec. 19 Jamie Terrel Robinson, 32, Augusta was arrested and charged with theft by taking, speeding and driving while license suspended. According to reports, an officer on stationary patrol on Georgia Highway 83 allegedly observed a dual wheeled truck driving by Robinson west on Interstate 20 traveling at 104 mph. The officer conducted a traffic stop four miles west on Interstate 20 and, reports state, learned that the truck had been reported stolen out of Augusta and that Robinson’s license had been suspended.
On Dec. 18 an information report was filed at a Madison Avenue location. According to reports, a man said he left his truck door open as he entered an office to search for keys. The man said when he returned to his truck he observed that the driver’s window had been shattered. An officer noted there was a small rock near shattered glass on the ground.
On Dec. 17 an information report was filed at a Foster Park location. According to reports, a man said when he was driving his 2013 Ford F 350 pickup truck near the cul-de-sac he discovered that the road was littered with roofing nails. The complainant said all six tires on his truck were punctured. Cost to replace the tires is $800, reports state.
On Dec. 17 a simple assault complaint was filed at a Pine Tree Circle residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a neighbor had confronted her, accused her of having AIDS and then bumped her and her 10-year-old child with a car before the complainant punched the neighbor twice through a car window. The neighbor said she exited her residence and the complainant was waiting for her and called her a “broke b***h.” The neighbor said she countered by commenting on the complainant having her furniture repossessed. The neighbor said she then began to video the confrontation for proof that the complainant was the instigator. At that point, reports allege, the child vocalized displeasure at the video recording and threatened to beat on the neighbor. The neighbor then allegedly told the complainant’s child to “stay in her place” which then angered the complainant. The neighbor said the complainant then struck her twice but she was not injured from the punches.
On Dec. 8 a theft by taking complaint was filed at Washrock, Atlanta Highway. According to reports, a woman alleged that someone took her husband’s clothes from dryer number 10 sometime between 3:30 a.m. and 9:20 a.m. The complainant said after her husband put the clothes in the dryer he went home to wait for them to dry and accidentally fell asleep. The woman estimated the value of the clothes at $800. An officer observed video surveillance that showed a younger white male wearing a two-tone baseball cap, a black Mossy Oak shirt and blue jeans take the clothes, place them in a white plastic bag and then leave in a white or pewter late 200s Dodge Ram pickup truck with a service body. The officer retained a picture of the subject’s face and truck.