♦ On Dec. 13, a terroristic threats and acts complaint was filed at a Green Meadow Court residence.♦ According to reports, a woman said she had sent her ex-husband a text inquiring if he had his new wife permission to send a friend request to the woman’s 13-year-old daughter. The woman told police that after she sent the inquiry, the ex-husband called her immediately and accused her of lying while cursing at her. The husband’s new wife then allegedly called the complainant and said she was going to come to the complainant’s house to “beat her a, beat her mother’s aand her daughter’s a.”
On Dec. 10, Cynthia Dawn Armor, 48, Madison, was arrested and charged with shoplifting. According to reports, an officer was called to Walmart, Eatonton Road, regarding a shoplifting in progress. When the officer arrived, an employee alleged that Armor had taken $54.44 worth of merchandise by not scanning the items at checkout.
On Dec. 10, Darrell Dejuan Whitener, 49, Clinton, S.C., was arrested and charged with hit and run, driving while license suspended or revoked, no insurance, too fast for conditions and following to closely. According to reports, an officer was dispatched to a motor vehicle crash at 2:50 a.m. on the eastbound lane of Interstate 20. A person at the scene alleged that a white Toyota involved in the crash had fled the scene. At 3 a.m. an officer located a white Toyota sedan at the Travel Center of America/Popeye’s parking lot on Eatonton Road that had front end damage and air bag deployment. The Toyota was unoccupied with no one around. There was a small amount of blood on the deployed air bag, reports state. An officer was told by a clerk at the truck stop that a man had walked into the store prior to the officer’s arrival and then left the store out a side door when the officer arrived. The officer located Whitener behind the store and Whitener initially denied knowledge of the damaged vehicle. An officer noted Whitener had a bloodied lip. He was then detained and arrested.
On Dec. 11, Emily Bethlehem Mattocks, 21, Jefferson, was arrested and charged with shoplifting. According to reports, an employee alleged that Mattocks had, on three different occasions, taken a total of $175.06 worth of merchandise from Walmart, Eatonton Road, without paying. Reports allege that Mattocks would change price tags on items, making them scan cheaper than the actual value. Reports also state that the father of Mattocks’ children was present with her during each theft and warrants would be taken for the man’s arrest.
On Dec. 12, Teresa Harvey, 51, Madison, was arrested and charged with shoplifting. According to reports, a Walmart, Eatonton Road, employee alleged that Harvey had made 29 transactions from Oct. 17 to Dec. 12 to take $1,838 worth of items from Walmart without paying the appropriate amount. Reports state that Harvey used different barcodes to scan the items at a lesser value. An officer noted that after Harvey’s arrest, he located barcodes in a zip lock bag in Harvey’s purse.
On Dec. 17, a runaway juvenile complaint was filed at a Pearl Street residence. According to reports, a woman said her 15-year-old daughter had left the house without her permission. The woman said she had recently had many problems with the daughter and had taken away her phone and given her a flip phone. She also said the daughter had been placed on restriction. The woman said the night before the daughter was missing she received a text from a person named “Zie” who said she would be coming to pick up the daughter. The woman said she texted back stating the daughter was not allowed to leave the residence. The woman said the following day when she returned home from work the daughter was gone and her flip phone was still at the residence. The complainant said she contacted “Zie” and was told by “Zie” that the daughter’s father had given her permission to pick up the daughter and that they were an hour away. The complainant told “Zie” that the girl’s father could not approve anything. An officer spoke with “Zie” and she agreed to bring the daughter home within an hour. More than four hours later, the person had not delivered the daughter and, reports state, had sent the complainant a text message stating she was not bringing the daughter home. The daughter’s information was entered as a runaway juvenile and a lookout has been placed on the child.
On Dec. 17, an arrest warrant for theft by taking was issued against Liam Morgan Carter, 20, Union Point. According to reports, a woman alleged that sometime between midnight and 9 a.m., Carter had taken her purse, keys and car while the two shared a room at the Super 8 motel, Eatonton Road. The woman’s car was pinged on Interstate 85 in Braselton and then, later at the Mall of Georgia. The woman later called to state there was money in the vehicle from her employer’s deposit and that Carter had allegedly been posting pictures of the money on Instagram. The vehicle was eventually found on Sugarloaf Parkway with the key locked inside. Once the vehicle was entered, documents belonging to Carter and the complainant were found in the vehicle.