On November 17 Dritin Rochelle Williams, 23, Shady Dale, was arrested and charged with DUI and obstruction. According to reports, a deputy responded to a report of a vehicle in a ditch in the area of Newborn Road and Davis Academy Road. When he arrived, reports state, he observed Williams in the passenger seat of a 1993 Buick LeSabre. Williams asked the deputy who had called him and he told her, reports state, that he arrived to help and asked if she was injured. Williams told the deputy she was fine and requested that he leave. The deputy asked Williams to step out of the vehicle and, reports state, she failed to respond to basic questions. Once out of the vehicle she sat on the side of the roadway and told the deputy she had taken Clonazetam and other medications. The deputy reported that her eyes were glazed, bloodshot and dilated and her speech was slurred and slow. At one point the deputy reported he had to physically restrain Williams and that she refused to be handcuffed and had to be taken to the ground while the deputy awaited backup. Williams refused a request for a blood test and was charged at the Morgan County Detention Center.

On November 17 a harassing phone call complaint was filed at a Mallard Ridge Road location. According to reports, a woman stated that a man she had dated twice in an eight month period had continued to call her and told her that he had driven to Wal Mart looking for her vehicle and had come by her residence. The woman said she and the man’s relatives have told the man several times to quit calling but the man has refused and has said he will continue to call her “as long as he thinks he has a chance with her.” The woman said currently she did not want law enforcement to intervene but wanted a report filed in case there were continued incidents of harassment.

On November 16 an information report was filed at a Monticello Road location. According to reports, a woman told officers that her ex-husband had called her several times even though she had a court order stating that he was to have no contact with her. The woman said the couple divorced three years ago.

On November 16 an information report was filed at a Cleveland Avenue, Buckhead, location. According to reports, a woman stated that someone had used a website named Black Locust to log into her email and Facebook accounts. The woman said whoever had hacked into her accounts had used her Social Security number, address and name to gain access.

On November 15 an affray (fighting) complaint was filed at a Big Sandy Creek Lane location. According to reports, a 16-year-old girl told deputies that she had agreed to meet another teen at Indian Creek Road for an agreed upon fight. The complainant said once the fight commenced, the other teen’s boyfriend’s mother jumped into the fight and struck the complainant pulled her hair. A deputy told the teen that the fight could have been avoided and that he was going to file a report regarding both girls with the Morgan County High School resource officer.

On November 13 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Reese Road, Rutledge, location. According to reports, a woman stated that someone had taken items from a vehicle she had left parked at her father’s house after the vehicle had blown its engine. The woman said she learned of the thefts after she saw a woman post two vanity tags from the vehicle on Facebook. The woman said the woman posting the vanity tags is her brother’s girlfriend. The woman said a box of vanity tags valued at $250, a canopy tent valued at $60 and an antique china set valued at $200 were taken from the car. The woman also said a set of car keys, the car’s title and her Social Security card were taken.

On November 11 a financial transaction card complaint was filed at a Hestertown Road location. According to reports, a woman reported that someone had used her bank account information to make two withdrawls from an ATM in Los Angles, Ca. Total loss is $466.

On November 13 a harassing phone call complaint was filed at a High Shoals Road, Good Hope, location. According to reports, a woman stated that a man called her from a blocked number and told her he was with the Revenue Department and that she owed $200 on a speeding ticket. The woman said the man told her to put the money on a Green Dot card and that he would call her back to get the information from the card. The man also told her there was a $100 service charge. The woman was told by officers that the call was a scam attempt and to not answer the phone if the man attempted to call again.

On November 13 a burglary complaint was filed at a Weaver Jones Road, Rutledge, location after a man reported that he noticed a door on a vacant house ajar and when he investigated he observed that the door had been forced open.

On November 12 a theft by taking complaint was filed at Morgan County High School, College Drive. According to reports, a male student reported that someone had taken his wallet containing $17, a driver’s license and a Six Flags pass.

On November 11 Rubi Mancini, 36, Madison, was arrested and charged with false statements. According to reports, Mancini allegedly came to the sheriff’s office on November 5 and reported that she had been kidnapped and held against her will from Sunday, November 3 until Monday, November 4.

On November 11 a domestic violence and criminal damage to property complaint was filed at a Flat Rock Road location. According to reports, a man said when he arrived at the residence to deliver hair gel for his daughter, a verbal altercation between the man and the woman ensued. The man said the woman threw rocks at him and his vehicle and shattered the screen on his phone. The woman said the man dragged her to the porch and threw rocks at her.