On March 8 Laquan L. Boddie-Cunningham, 28, Greensboro was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, following too closely and possession of open container. Shamar Refeal Johnson, 28, Athens was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, less than an ounce. According to reports, an officer was called to a vehicle crash on U.S. 441 near Advance Auto. Reports state that when the officer arrived she smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle Boddie-Cunningham vehicle in which Johnson was a passenger. Both Boddie-Cunningham and Johnson denied there was marijuana in the vehicle, however, an officer allegedly found a small plastic bag of suspected marijuana on a console behind the radio.. An open bottle of Cognac was also allegedly found in Boddie-Cunningham’s purse.
On March 7 a domestic disturbance complaint was filed at a Foster Street residence. According to reports, an officer was dispatched and arrived and observed a man and woman in the front yard with several pieces of furniture that appeared to have been thrown into the yard. The woman “appeared emotionally distraught” and “was yelling obscenities…. that she wanted to go to jail.” An officer spoke with the woman and learned she had diabetes and other ailments. The woman was transported to Morgan Medical Center for observation and treatment.
On March 2 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Newman Drive residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that when she looked up an Apple customer service number online, she called the number because she was having issues with her phone’s password. Reports state that the number was fraudulent and the fake customer service agent asked for and was given information regarding the woman’s passwords and emails. The complainant also gave the fake customer service agent her CashApp account password. Reports state that immediately the person transferred $999 from the woman’s CashApp account.
On Feb. 16 a criminal damage to property and theft by taking complaint was filed at Interstate 20. According to reports, a two truck driver reported that a car he was assigned to retrieve had it’s catalytic convertor removed.