• On January 18 a fraud (prescription drugs) complaint was filed by an Ocmulgee Drug Task Force officer after the officer reported that three men arrested in Eatonton were also wanted for allegedly fraudulently obtaining prescription medications from the pharmacy of a Lions Club Road department store. According to reports, the agent reported that the men; David Lawrence Hill, 43, Marietta; Anthonly Lee Noble, 24, Atlanta and Ashton Collins, 24, Atlanta, conspired to obtain the narcotics using false prescriptions.
The agent reported that Noble allegedly called area pharmacies using a doctor’s name, Collins would finance the purchase and Hill would enter the pharmacies and obtain the drugs.
The agent advised that all three men were arrested in Eatonton on January 14 on fraud and other charges.
• On January 21 officers issued battery and cruelty toward children warrants for a 28-year-old man after he allegedly struck a woman in the right eye while the woman was holding her 1-year-old daughter.
The woman said that an argument erupted after she told the man that she should receive more money from him if the man was claiming the child as a dependent on his taxes.
• On January 19 a larceny complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road restaurant after a woman reported that at some point during a shift a waitress allegedly made three cash deposit drops in a safe but the manager could only account for two cash deposit drops.
The complainant said another employee witnessed the drops but when the money was collected, only two deposits were found. Approximately $172 is missing.
• On January 19 a simple battery complaint was filed at a Sulgrave Drive location after a woman reported that after she stopped and picked up a wandering Pit Bull puppy another woman confronted the complainant and reported that the puppy belonged to her.
Reports state that the complainant said the woman then denied ownership of the dog but did state she knew who the dog belonged to and attempted to take possession of the dog.
The complainant said she refused the request and physically rejected the woman’s attempt to remove the dog from the car.
The complainant said the woman then struck her on the head.
The woman told police that the dog did, in fact, belong to her and that she only struck the complainant after the complainant allegedly choked her 10-year-old daughter.
Officers reported that there were no visible signs of striking or choking on any of the parties involved.
• On January 11 a theft of lost or mislaid property complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road department store after a woman reported that while working at the store a case containing her wallet slipped of her belt.
The case contained a wallet, $100 in cash, a camera phone, Social Security card, gas card, debit card and a laminated copy of her high school diploma.
• On January 25 James Ray Canaday, II, 33, Madison; Deidra Priscilla Canady, 28, Madison; Charles Dominic Moye, 31, Madison and Talley Sugg Moye, 27, Oxford where all arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after they allegedly engaged in a fight in the parking lot of a Lion’s Club department store.
According to reports the two couples allegedly had been shopping at the store but eventually confronted each other outside the store near the automotive department.
Charles Moye stated that James Ray Canady confronted him near his vehicle. Canady reported that Moye confronted him. At some point in the fight, reports state, another man allegedly attempted to separate Moye and Canaday.
The Canaday family alleges that the man did, in fact, hold Canaday, thus providing Moye with an opportunity to choke Canaday, reports allege. Also at some point in the altercation, Talley Sugg Moye allegedly had her hair pulled by Deidra Priscilla Canady.
• On January 25 a 16-year-old girl was arrested and charged with being an unruly child after she allegedly refused to complete school work, was late for a juvenile intervention meeting and refused to follow directions or attend school. According to reports, the girl was charged after she arrived late for school.
• On January 26 a peeping tom complaint was filed at a Hawkins Avenue, Rutledge, location after a woman reported that she observed a black male, approximately six feet tall, slim, wearing a gray pull over with hood, standing across the street from her house. The woman said the man then walked toward her house, peered in her living room window, walked to the rear of the house and peered inside the house again.
• On January 23 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Cedar Grove Road, Buckhead, location after a man reported that someone entered a barn on his property and removed a battery, oil, two tires for a Model A car, transmission gears, antifreeze and a transmission.
• On January 24 Gail Harris, 53, Monticello, was arrested and charged with pedestrian under the influence after deputies responded to a complaint from a Buckhead Road resident regarding a woman beating on the side of the complainant’s house.
According to reports, a deputy responding to the call reported that Harris almost fell onto his car as he passed her on the road.
The deputy said he had to catch Harris several times to keep her from falling.
The homeowner identified Harris as the person beating on the side of the house and stated that she was not welcome on the property.
• On January 24 a liability for damage done by dogs complaint was filed at a Teal Court location after a man reported that he was gone from the Teal Court address for three days and when he returned he noticed that approximately 10 chickens were dead.
The chickens were both inside and outside a coop but had not been eaten, only killed.
A neighbor reported that his dogs had broken free at approximately the same time. The man said he had already given away one dog and was searching for a home for the other.
• On January 21 a battery complaint was filed at an Atlanta Highway, Rutledge, location after a man reported that the previous night he and his wife had been “partying” until late and had slept most of the next day.
The complainant said that later in the evening of January 21 his wife’s brother arrived at the house and demanded that the complainant leave.
When the complainant refused, reports state, the brother allegedly punched him in the mouth.
The wife, however, told authorities that none of what the complainant said was true and, she alleged, the complainant had left home earlier in the day and had returned drunk.
She then reported that she told the complainant that if he could not stop drinking he would need to leave the house.
She then suggested that the complainant had made a proactive move to call police because he feared the wife had already called.
• On January 20 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Pine Tree Circle location after a man reported that when he came home he found a window-mounted air conditioning unit on his front porch.
• On January 22 a dog complaint was filed at a Teal Court location after a man reported that two dogs had attacked two of the complainant’s Holstein bull calves.
Both animals had injuries on their legs, reports state.
• On January 21 a loud music complaint was filed at a Little Creek Lane location after a woman reported that her neighbor was playing his music too loud.
Dispatch alerted the deputy that loud music could be heard in the background of the complaint call.
The woman told the deputy that the man turned the music down before the deputy arrived.
She also said that she and the neighbor had already been to court over the matter and thought the matter had been resolved.
Published in the January 29, 2009 edition.