On Jan. 6 Dylan Grey Mahon, 27, Buckhead was arrested and charged with possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, crossing the guard lines with contraband, no registration and window violation. According to reports, Mahon was stopped for a cracked windshield violation near the intersection of Bostwick Road and Wellington Road. Consequent to the stop, reports state, an officer allegedly smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle. The deputy allegedly located a small clear bag of suspected marijuana and a black Luger handgun in the driver door panel and along with suspected marijuana cigarettes in the vehicle. Reports state while Mahon was being processed at the Morgan County Detention Center a small bag of suspected marijuana fell out of one of his socks.
On Jan. 5 Caleb Christian Clark, 19, Madison was arrested and charged with simple battery. According to reports, Clark allegedly struck a man at a Farrar Road residence after the man told Clark to leave his bedroom.
On Jan. 4 Charles Michael Robuck, 38, Rutledge was arrested and charged with aggravated stalking and burglary. According to reports, a woman who has a temporary protective order against Robuck called authorities and alleged that Robuck’s truck was sittng in a wooded area behind her residence and covered with a tarp. The woman also alleged that after she had received the temporary protective order against Robuck she had changed the locks on her Sandy Creek Road residence but noticed her front door was open when she arrived home. The woman also said items appeared to have been moved in her house. Deputies walked into the wood and confirmed that it was Robuck’s truck. Reports state that a neighbor’s fence had been cut to accommodate the truck driving into the woods. When deputies removed the tarp, they observed Robuck in the truck watching a video on his phone. They also observed personal clothing items and bathroom items that the complainant confirmed belonged to her. They also located two open Vodka bottles in the truck along with photos from trail cameras showing the woman’s residence and a notebook filled with the numbers and addresses of friends of the complainant. Robuck allegedly told the deputies he was aware of the temporary protective order but said the order was “stupid.”
On Jan. 5 a domestic dispute complaint was filed at a Peppers Road, Bishop residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that her husband came home intoxicated at 2 a.m. and and demanded sex. The woman said she was able to distract the man and left the residence and had a relative send her money via an app so she could stay in a motel for the night.
On Jan. 4 an information report was filed at a Athens Highway residence. According to reports, dispatch notified that a man had called and reported being attacked with a frying pan by his wife. The man alleged that his wife was not taking appropriate medication. Deputies located the wife and reportd taht she was shouting and “not making sense.” A deputy was able to create calm in the residence and had emergency workers examine the wife. Reports state that the woman took her prescribed medication and went to bed.
On Jan. 4 a theft by shoplifting complaint was filed at the River Store, Greensboro Highway. According to reports, an employee alleged that a man took a 20 ounce Fanta orange drink without paying. Security video allegedly shows the man dressed in dark clothing, a red stocking hat and sun glasses take the drink without paying.
On Jan. 4 Valerie Nicole Johnson, 42, Watkinsville was arrested and charged with reckless conduct. According to reports, a Madison Police Department officer arrested Johnson after she was allegedly found sleeping in a gold-colored van in the Madison Methodist Church parking lot. Reports state that the day prior, an Eatonton Road residence alleged that Johnson came to his residence, picked up her child and threw suitcases all over the living room before leaving. Reports state that man said Johnson allegedly came back in the van and tried to strike a man with the van before driving in circles in the yard. The man said he jumped out of the way of the van and hid behind his work truck. Reports allege that Johnson came back a third time and drove around the yard several more times, throwing grass and mud around.
On Jan. 3 Marie Anjellica Wilson, 31, Orlando, Fla. was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and expired or no driver’s license. According to reports, Wilson was stopped at an east bound Interstate 20 rest stop. Consequent to the stop, reports state, an officer allegedly found a suspected marijuana cigarette in the vehicle.
On Jan. 2 Faye Beal, 43, Madison was arrested and charged with battery. According to reports, Beal and a couple were allegedly having an argument via text messaging and Facebook. Reports allege that Beal drove two the couple’s Speed Lane location, got out of her vehicle and struck a woman in the face with a closed fist.
On Jan. 2 Beth Keely Jenkins, 21, Buckhead was cited for disorderly conduct. According to reports, a woman alleged that she requested that Jenkins give her nephew his tablet computer and that she locate her own tablet computer. Reports state that Jenkins allegedly became verbally aggressive after the request and then slapped the woman in the face. Jenkins alleged that the woman asked her to “go look for the (expletive) table your self you stupid whore.”
On Jan. 2 Donald Stewart, 63, Eatonton was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and tag light violation. According to reports, Stewart was stopped near the intersection of Eatonton Highway and Seven Islands Road for a tag light violation. Consequent to the stop, reports state, a deputy allegedly observed a glass jar on the passenger floorboard containing suspected marijuana. Stewart allegedly blamed the jar and contents on cousins who had recently been in town and driving the vehicle. He also told the deputy he did not consume marijuana, reports state. The deputy then allegedly located a glass jar in the center console containing six partially smoked marijuana cigarettes. The deputy also allegedly found a partially smoked marijuana cigarette wrapped in foil under the driver side door mat. The deputy also allegedly found a third glass jar containing a brown, flaky substance and a partially smoked marijuana cigarette.
On Dec. 31 a harassing phone calls complaint was filed at a Baldwin Dairy Road residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that she received several phone calls from 9:30 p.m. to noon the next day that were sexually explicit. The complainant said the caller sounded like a group of male teenagers.
On Jan. 1 a reckless conduct complaint was field at an old Buckhead Road residence. According to reports, a man reported that at 9:30 a.m. he noticed a hole in the back window of his vehicle and a hole in the back dashboard of the vehicle. The complainant believes the hole was created from a stray bullet during a New Year’s celebration.
On Dec. 31 William Antonio Barnes, 47, Madison was arrested and charged with aggravated assault. According to reports, a man and woman said Barnes became argumentative at 7:43 p.m. at a Pinetree Circle residence when the couple requested Barnes help pay household bills. A deputy reported that when he arrived the man and woman had Barnes contained in the corner of an outdoor porch and that the man was covered with blood. The man alleged that after he and Barnes and the woman walked outside on the porch, Barnes grabbed a glass globe off an outdoor light and hurled it at the man’s head.
The man’s head was covered with a blood shirt when a deputy arrived and Barnes had a bloody lip, reports state.