On Jan. 26 Reginald Fernando Jones, 49, Madison was arrested and charged with obstruction. According to reports, officers responded to a domestic argument at 1:36 a.m. at a Jackson Street residence. While deputies were investigating the incident, reports state, Jones was asked to leave the residence and was offered a ride but continued to insubordinate the request and was arrested and transported to the Morgan County Detention Center.
On Jan. 26 William Thomas Lamb, 50, Thomson was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine, possession methamphetamine and driving while license suspended. According to reports, a deputy stopped a vehicle Lamb was driving on Interstate 20 after Morgan County Dispatch received complaint calls regarding a reckless driver. Consequent to the stop, the officer learned Lamb’s license had been suspended. While searching Lamb, the deputy allegedly found a black, plastic container on his person that contained suspected cocaine and methamphetamine. A 9 mm Rugar pistol with two magazines was also located the vehicle.
On Jan. 25 a financial identity fraud complaint was filed at a Price Mill Road residence. According to reports, a man reported that Credit One Bank contacted him and told him someone had attempted to use his name and Social Security number to apply for a credit card.
On Jan. 23 a hit and run, obstruction of law enforcement and possession of marijuana complaint was filed at an Interstate 20 location. According to reports, officers responded to vehicle collision. When they arrived they observed a Silver Toyota Sienna devoid of a driver or passenger in the median along with a silver Nissan Sentra with two occupants in the median. The occupants of the Sentra said they had not observed anyone leave the Toyota. Deputies searched the area and called in a tracking dog. The deputies worked the area toward the Saffold Road area in Buckhead but did not locate either a driver or occupant to the Toyota.
On Jan. 10 an information report was filed at a Blue Springs Court, Buckhead residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a neighbor came to her house at 5 a.m., “pounding and yelling at the front door” and then scattered shoes in the yard. The complainant said the woman alleged that the complainant’s husband would not stop sending her text messages. A deputy spoke to the woman who denied being either loud or to scattering shoes. She said she had politely asked the woman to ask her husband to stop texting her. The complainant, reports state, has had several incidents with the neighbor and has secured a temporary protective order against her.
On Jan. 20 a theft of lost or mislaid property complaint was filed at Pit Stop Seven Islands Road. According to reports, a woman alleged that a man known to her for four months agreed to give her and a mentally challenged man a ride to a pawn shop and Taco Bell in Augusta. After the man drove the woman to the Taco Bell, he then got on Interstate 20, she said, and drove west towards Atlanta. The woman alleged that the man was drinking and cursing while driving westbound and that she asked several times for him to stop and let her and her male friend out of the car. The woman said at 4 a.m. the man stopped at the Pit Stop and let them out. She said her phone was dead and she could not call relatives or friends. She also said she left clothes, shoes, uneaten Taco Bell, an EBT card and her male friend’s EBT card in the vehicle.