On Sept. 24 a house fire report was filed at a Pine Tree Circle residence. According to reports, a woman said she had been incarcerated at the Morgan County Detention Center for three days and after her release a girlfriend’s boyfriend called her after he allegedly climbed through a window of her residence and then showed her a live feed of the house burning. When an officer arrived he noted that there was soot and water in the living room. In the bathroom a bathtub had melted and the pipes were damaged.
On Oct. 2 a simple assault complaint was filed at a Wellington Street residence. According to reports, officers were called to the residence regarding a “person with a knife trying to cut and kill people.” An officer observed multiple people yelling at each other. The officer separated the parties and spoke with a 15-year-old female who said she had been mentally, verbally and physically abused by her family and has been trying to get into a foster home. She alleged that her sister had been abusive. The sister alleged that the complainant approached her with a knife but, reports state, another person said the item in the complainant’s hand was a pencil. The parties separated and were asked to relocate to different residences for the evening and into the weekend.
On Sept. 30 a pointing a pistol at another and simple assault complaint was filed at a Burney Street residence. According to reports, a man said there had been a long-running feud between himself and a woman and her boyfriend. The complainant alleged that the man and woman came to his residence and that a verbal confrontation took place and at one point the woman struck another woman in the face and then, the complainant said, the man with the woman allegedly pointed a gun at him.
On Sept. 28 Alexia Rykia Bland, 18, Eatonton was arrested and charged with pointing or aiming a pistol at another. According to reports, an officer was dispatched to a disturbance at Hill Park at 2:30 p.m. A woman had a torn shirt and swelling on her left finger, reports state. The injured woman said her car would not start and she called Bland to come to the park and jump start her vehicle. Eventually another vehicle arrived and the complainant exited her vehicle to protect Bland from the woman. At some point, reports allege, Bland pulled a gun from a vehicle and threatened a woman with the pistol.
On Sept. 27 a theft by deception complaint was filed at Pilot Travel Center, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee said that a man came into the store and presented a winning lottery ticket for $290. The employee paid the ticket and the man left. It was later determined that the lottery ticket was fraudulent. Reports state that the same man had committed the same fraud at a Pilot Travel Center in Carnesville.
On Sept. 30 Fraquan T. M. Moore, 24, Madison was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. According to reports, a relative alleged that Moore had threatened to go to Orchard Grove to hurt or kill a woman, in part, because she had “been messing with the cellular phone.” An officer was able to locate Moore on Main Street and executed a traffic stop on the car in which Moore was a passenger. The officer allowed Moore to go to his Morgan Circle residence but at the residence he alleged that the girlfriend and her brother in prison had been reprogramming his phone allowing others access to his personal data. He also, reports state, allegedly made a threat to kill his girlfriend.He was then arrested.
On Sept. 30 a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at a Mapp Street residence. According to reports, a woman said someone took a key and scratched the word “B****” on the driver’s side door of her 2003 black Chevrolet Tahoe. The rear tailgate area and entire passenger side of the vehicle also had scratch marks.
On Oct. 9 an information report was filed at Interstate 20 at the 110 mile marker. According to reports, an officer was asked to support a Morgan County Sheriff’s Office deputy. Reports state that consequent to a traffic stop at 3:25 p.m. on the interstate, a man fled the vehicle. Authorities maintained a perimeter around the traffic stop and after officers arrived with K9 offices, the man was located west of the initial traffic stop.
On Oct. 7 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Amtico Road location. According to reports, a man said before he left for work he noticed that his Rock Island Baby Rock pistol was missing from his truck. The man said he typically keeps the .380 pistol in his center console. The weapon was later reported recovered in Walton County.
On Oct. 6 an aggravated assault complaint was filed at a Penor Street residence. According to reports, a man alleged that his roommate had consumed “a lot of alcohol” before requesting to drive the complainant’s truck. The complainant refused to allow the roommate to drive the truck and the roommate then allegedly hit him in the face with his fist. An officer noted that the complainant had blood on his left ear and a swollen left eye.
On Oct. 1 an information report was filed at Morgan Medical Center. According to reports, an employee alleged that a man had come to the hospital fraudulently seeking pain medication. The employee said a person called purporting to be a medical doctor and stated that she was sending the man to the hospital for the “crisis” medication. The amount of medication, reports state, could have been fatal to the man and the employee attempted to call the doctor but the call went to the Dalton State College Public Safety department. The patient had left the hospital.