On August 11 a terroristic threats and acts complaint was filed at a Holstein Road, Buckhead location. According to reports, a woman alleged that her boyfriend’s mother had harassed her with phone calls, texts and Facebook posts. The woman said that since her boyfriend’s arrest by the Georgia State Patrol on driving while license suspended charges, the texts and calls have become more forceful including a threat of burning the complainant’s house down and injuring the complainant’s baby.
On August 10 a terrorist threats and acts complaint was filed at a Old Mill Road, Rutledge location. According to reports, a woman and her mother reported that after tenants in a rental house had left the house vacant they had also left belongings in the house. The complainants were advised that they could set the belongings out so the former tenants could retrieve them. The complainant’s said when they informed the former tenants of their plans the former tenants threatened them via telephone calls. Earlier, the same complainant’s reported that the tenants had left the property with $5,000 worth of damage. They also left a dog and two cats. The complainant said she contacted Morgan County Animal Control regarding the animals. She also said that the former tenants had been ordered by the court to pay the complainant $2,000 on August 1 in back rent and another $1,000 on August 10 but that she had not received any money. Damage included holes punched in the walls and the smell of cigarette smoke in the house.
On August 8 a criminal trespass and theft by taking complaint was filed at a Bostwick Road location. According to reports, a man said that someone took a white 10 speed bicycle from his open air carport. The man said this is the second bicycle to be stolen from the carport in the past year. The bike is valued at $60.
On August 8 a lost or mislaid property complaint was filed at a Mallard Ridge Road location. According to reports, a woman stated that she had lost her Iphone. The woman said she had an application that would locate the phone and she gave a deputy a Bostwick address where the phone was located. The deputy went to the address and recovered the phone. A woman at the Bostwick address said her husband had found the phone in the middle of Mallard Ridge Road.
On August 4 an animal complaint report was filed at a Sewell Church Road, Mansfield location. According to reports, a man said a small black dog, possibly a Poodle, entered his yard and bit his son on the leg.
On August 7 a domestic violence complaint was filed at a Reids Ferry Road, Buckhead location. According to reports, a woman alleged that her husband struck her with his Ford Mustang as he was backing out of the garage. The woman alleged that the man was on drugs and had not slept in three days. She said she was afraid he might return to the house.
On August 7 a criminal trespass report was filed at a Estes Road, Rutledge, location. According to reports, an anonymous caller called 911 and reported that there was a heated argument in progress at an Estes Road residence. When the deputy arrived a man told him he had recently been next door and had been arguing with his sister. The sister said she woke up to the brother banging on her house and kicking a vehicle in her yard. The sister said she and the brother argued for approximately two hours and that the brother refused to leave her residence. Both sister and brother advised the deputy that neither was welcome at their respective residences.
On August 5 simple battery complaint was filed at a Cajun Lane, Rutledge, location. According to reports, a man stated that he and his father had engaged in a heated argument regarding a scratch and dent to the father’s pickup truck. During the argument, reports state, the father allegedly slapped the son.
On August 4 an identity fraud complaint was filed at a Monticello Road location. According to reports, a man said someone attempted to use his identity to open a Best Buy, Fingerhut and BillMeLater account. The complainant said he had received correspondence from all three businesses regarding his accounts but that he had never requested an account with any of the three businesses.
On August 4 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Sugar Creek Road location. According to reports, a woman said after she threatened to start the eviction process with a tenant, she suffered a flat tire on her vehicle and then, later, noticed a large pool of oil on the carport and on the back window of her vehicle. She also located a Pepsi bottle that contained oil. The woman said when she was cleaning out the tenant house, she located two large plastic containers of oil and an empty Pepsi bottle. The woman said no one in her house drinks Pepsi.