• On May 11 a first degree arson and stolen vehicle recovery report was filed at Hard Labor Creek State Park boat ramp after a park ranger discovered a vehicle completely destroyed by fire. A check on the vehicle found that it had been reported stolen out of DeKalb County.
• On May 9 Dorothy Joann Clark, 53, Rutledge, was arrested and charged with illegal possession of a controlled substance, driving while license suspended or revoked, possession of open alcohol container, failure to maintain insurance, expired or no registration or title and possession of drug related objects after she was stopped at a road block on Atlanta Highway. According to reports, an officer observed an open beer can in the rear floor board of the vehicle and allegedly smelled marijuana smoke coming from the vehicle. A consequent search found a homemade pipe in the vehicle along with a small amount of suspected marijuana and a clear plastic baggie that contained suspected crack cocaine.
• On May 8 a harassing phone call and terroristic threats and acts complaint was filed at an Industrial Drive, Rutledge location after a woman reported that her ex-husband had been calling constantly and making threats. The complainant said she had been separated from the man for four years but recently he had called and threatened to “get a gun” and kill her, her brother and another man.
• On May 8 Gregory Allen Malcom, 43, Rutledge, was arrested and charged with theft by receiving stolen property after a deputy stopped Malcom and Joshua Danny Mobley, 27, Porterdale, while Malcom was riding a four-wheeler and Mobley was riding a dirt bike near Reese Road. Reports state that the four wheeler had been reported stolen in Walton County and that Malcom’s license had been suspended. Mobley was held on an outstanding probation violation in Rockdale County, Mobley was also charged with operation of an unregistered vehicle and a brake light violation.
• On May 9 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at Morgan County Middle School after a 13-year-old male student was arrested and charged for pulling down a security camera. According to reports the act was caught on the video camera and the student told authorities he had pulled down the camera and placed it in a toilet. Estimated damage is $420.
• On May 6 a falsification of an identification document complaint was filed at a Nunn Lane, Bostwick location after a woman reported that after her husband had completed a background check for a job he learned that someone had been using his Social Security number. Also, bank advised the man that his credit card account had been compromised.
• On May 6 an identity fraud complaint was filed at a Cochran Road location after a man reported that someone in a Texas prison was using his Social Security number.
• On May 5 a harassing phone call complaint was filed at a Launius Road location after a man reported that his ex-girlfriend had called several times a day for the past month and had threatened him with physical harm.
• On May 8 a mutual affray complaint was filed at a Bramblewood Drive location after a woman reported that while she was driving with a friend on Bramblewood Drive a man known to her walked up to the car and an argument regarding child support ensued. The woman said the man allegedly broke a beer bottle on her car and slapped her three times. He also allegedly brandished a red handled pocket knife. The man told police he did not break a bottle on the car or slap the woman.
• On May 8 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Penor Street location after a woman reported that someone had spray painted her 2006 blue Mazda with silver paint.
• On May 8 a battery complaint was filed at a Pine Tree Circle location after a woman reported that her 14-year-old son was playing basketball and one of the players became upset because he was losing and punched her son in the eye.
• On May 10 a harassing communication complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location after a woman reported that she had filed police reports with Greene County authorities the previous day in regards to her father harassing her. However, she said the man saw her driving and then followed her to her job and confronted her regarding money.
• On May 10 Mackenzie Cord Hopkins, 19, Madison, was arrested and charged with minor in possession of alcohol and failure to dim headlights after an officer stopped a vehicle Hopkins was driving on U.S. Highway 441 for failure to dim headlights. Following the stop, reports state, the officer allegedly noticed a strong smell of alcohol coming from Hopkins’ person.
• On May 6 Deloris Williams, 40, Madison, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass and interference of a business after she allegedly was at an Eatonton Road motel knocking on windows. When an officer arrived he spoke with Williams, reports state, who told the officer that he “didn’t need to be talking to her.” The officer told Williams to leave the property. However, the officer was called back approximately 50 minutes later when Williams was lying on the sidewalk in front of room 121. The customer in room 121 said she could not leave the room because Williams was blocking the door.