On Dec. 19, a recovered property report was filed at a Heidi Trail, Buckhead, residence. According to reports, a man said he found a Glock handgun in the roadway. A deputy gathered the weapon from the man and observed it was a Glock model 43, 9mm with one round in the chamber and six rounds in the magazine. Reports state that the owner of the gun was identified and it was returned.
On Dec. 18, Rebbecca Grace Tallman, 24, Madison, was arrested and charged with hindering the apprehension of a fugitive. According to reports, deputies had been attempting to locate Dylan Bell, no age, no address given, for an outstanding felony probation violation warrant. Reports allege that Bell was known to stay with Tallman at a Hestertown Road residence. Deputies went to the residence several times but had no contact with either Bell or Tallman. At 2:30 a.m., however, three deputies went back to the residence and noticed a vehicle belonging to Tallman in the driveway and two dogs in the yard. Deputies had to use pepper spray on one of the dogs while approaching the house and made several attempts to contact persons in the house to come outside, including using blue lights and a siren on a patrol vehicle in the driveway. Eventually, reports state, Tallman opened a back door, stepped out and then screamed when a deputy told her to raise her hands. She retreated back into the residence but then stepped back outside with her hands held up while a deputy aimed his service weapon at Tallman. A second deputy entered the house and located Bell in the kitchen with his hands raised in the air. Both were then arrested and transported to the Morgan County Detention Center.
On Dec. 17, a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Brown Lane residence. According to reports, a man said a white box truck had tried to turn around in his driveway and damaged his yard. The driver of the truck told a deputy that he had been sent down Brown Lane by his GPS device and when he tried to turn around, he became stuck. The driver said he had a wrecker on the way.
On Dec. 17, deputies held a safety check point at the intersection of Price Mill Road and Apalachee Road at 11:13 p.m. that resulted in four traffic warnings being issued. The check point lasted approximately one hour.
On Dec. 16, a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Double Bridges Road residence. According to reports, a woman reported that her mail had been stolen. Not other information was available regarding the report.
On Dec. 16, an abandoned RV trailer report was filed on Interstate 20 westbound near the 110 mile marker. According to reports, a deputy observed a 2004 Prowler Regal travel trailer near the roadway. The trailer had visible damage to the roof, two flat tires with rim damage and possible structural damage. The trailer was removed by a wrecker.
On Dec. 15, a criminal trespass complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road residence. According to reports, a man alleged that another man was pulling into the driveway of the complainant’s deceased grandmother’s house. The complainant said he believes the man pulled in for cell service but, he said, if that was the case the man could park in a church parking lot nearby. The complainant also said he did not get along with the suspect and wanted him criminally trespassed from the property. Deputies attempted to locate the man but were unsuccessful.
On Dec. 15, a recovered stolen trailer and theft by deception report was field at the intersection of Fairplay Road and East Main Street, Rutledge. According to reports, a Bogart man told deputies he had located a trailer stolen from him two years ago. The owner of the trailer told deputies he had purchased the trailer from an Athens man for $900. The complainant was able to describe the trailer and improvements he had made to the interior to satisfy the deputy. Also, reports state, the trailer had no vehicle information number when purchased by the Rutledge man. The Rutledge man told the deputy that when he picked up the trailer, he noticed the seller had a large amount of tools and equipment. The complainant confirmed with the deputy that he had recovered some stolen tools from the same man who had sold the trailer to the Rutledge man. The information was forwarded to detectives in Clarke County.
On Dec. 15, an information report was filed at a Dixie Highway residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that she was attempting to sell a table on Facebook Marketplace. The complainant said a woman in California sent a cashier’s check for the table on Friday, Dec. 10 to the complainant’s lawyer. The lawyer attested that the check appeared legitimate, however, five days later the woman received notice from her bank that the check was fraudulent and the bank was demanding its money back. The woman told a deputy that she had never shipped the table and the bank still had the money.
On Dec. 15, an aggravated assault complaint was filed at an Old Buckhead Road residence. No other information regarding the complaint was available.
On Dec. 15, a harassing phone calls complaint was filed at a Sunlight Court residence. According to reports, a man said a woman with whom he had ended a two month relationship was constantly calling him on his cell phone. On Dec. 8 the woman called him four times. On Dec. 13 and again on Dec. 15 the woman allegedly called the man more than a dozen times on both days. The man said he had attempted to block the woman’s number but she then started calling from restricted numbers. The man told the deputy it had become so bothersome that he had just changed his cell number prior to filing the report. He also said the woman, using the username “PsychoSavage9,” had also harassed him on social media on his MeetMe app.
On Dec. 15, a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Confederate Road residence. According to reports, a man said someone had taken mail from his mailbox. No other information regarding the complaint was available.
On Dec. 15, an information report was filed at the lobby of the Morgan County Public Safety Center. According to reports, a man alleged that his wife had transferred $400 from his bank account using a cash app on her phone.
On Dec. 14, a domestic dispute complaint was filed at a Garden Avenue, Buckhead, residence. According to reports, a woman said a man whom she has been seeing for a week came to her window at 7:30 a.m. and advised her that the owner of the residence had told him he could gain access to the residence by climbing through the window.
On Dec. 14, an information report was filed at a Pinetree Circle residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that while her son was running from the bus to the residence, he fell and lost his phone. The woman told a deputy she had tracked the phone to another residence. However, when the deputy went to that residence a woman told him she did not have the lost phone.
On Dec. 13, an information report was filed at a Buckhead Road residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a man with whom she had a child seven years ago had sent her a nude photo of himself via social media. The woman said the man allegedly creates false accounts. The woman said she has an active protective order against the man.