On Sept. 19, Jacquez Laroan Waymon, 28, Bostwick, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass. According to reports, a man at a Carter Street residence alleged that Waymon had fired a shot through the man’s front window. A deputy reported observing a broken window, which, reports state, Waymon admitted to breaking. However, the deputy reported no evidence leading to the allegation of the shooting. The deputy handcuffed Waymon, allowed him to smoke a cigarette, and then transported him to the Morgan County Detention Center.

On Sept. 17, a damage to property complaint was filed at an Interstate 20, westbound location. According to reports, a man said a large object flew off a white truck and made contact with a 2018 Buick Regal the complainant was hauling. The Buick sustained damage to its rear end, top and windshield. The driver of the white truck told a deputy that garage doors he was hauling came loose and flew from the vehicle.

On Sept. 17, a harassment complaint was filed at a Mallard Ridge Road residence. According to reports, a man said he is having a continuous problem of someone hacking into his phone and locking him out. The complainant showed a deputy a screen on his phone that showed the lockout would last approximately 15 more minutes.

On Sept. 17, a safety check point report was filed at the intersection of Fairplay Road and Hestertown Road. According to reports, the check point was operated from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and resulted in three citations for possession of marijuana, one citation of no license on person, one seat belt violation and an open container violation. A Georgia State Patrol trooper had an arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol and driving under the influence of alcohol child endangerment.

On Sept. 16, Yes Isnor, 41, Pompano Beach, Fla., was arrested and charged with reckless driving. According to reports, a deputy reportedly was behind a black Impala on Interstate 20 in a construction zone that had limited the interstate to one lane. Reports state when the interstate opened back up to two lanes the Impala aggressively accelerated to more than 120 mph with the deputy attempting to keep up. The Impala continued to accelerate until the deputy activated his emergency lights, at which point the Impala slowed for a half mile before pulling over.

On Sept. 13, a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at a Pinetree Circle residence. According to reports, a woman said when she walked outside to cut the grass she noticed someone had damaged her boyfriend’s car with a key. The woman said she had not heard anything during the night but did notice that a window fan had been knocked out. A deputy also pointed out that a front window to the residence was broken. The complainant told the deputy she suspects a former boyfriend of the damage.

On Sept. 14, an information report was filed at a Dixie Highway, Rutledge residence. According to reports, a man said one month ago he sold a Suzuki Boulevard C350 motorcycle and had neglected to take the license tag off the bike. The man said he recently received a warning for violating a school zone speed limit in the mail in the time since he sold the motorcycle. The complainant said he is concerned he may suffer consequences because the tag remains on the vehicle.

On Sept. 14, Phillipe Matrelle Connelle Thomas, 32, Covington, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. According to reports, a deputy was called to a Pinetree Circle residence in regards to a “drunk relative.” When the deputy arrived, he identified Thomas, in part, because he was allegedly “yelling and screaming.” The deputy walked inside the residence and found a woman attempting to clean up areas where Thomas had allegedly thrown things to the floor. Thomas allegedly resisted attempts to place him in a patrol vehicle and allegedly kicked the inside of the patrol car. He also, reports state, resisted officers once at the Morgan County Detention Center and was then charged with disorderly conduct.

On Sept. 13, a theft by taking complaint was filed at an Old Mill Road, Rutledge, residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a neighbor woman had come over during the night and stolen her cat “Smokey.” The cat is described as a grey, 9-week-old kitten with white legs. The complainant alleged that the neighbor had placed cameras inside her residence to watch her and had once climbed a tree in order to take a picture of the complainant “smoking dope.” The complainant said she no longer takes any drugs and that episode of her life is now in her past. She also alleged that the neighbor has removed three previous cats and has killed all three. She also alleged that the neighbor’s house is filled with cat urine and cat feces. The complainant also alleged that “Smokey” has feline herpes and needs medicine. A deputy could not locate any cameras inside the residence and the woman said she had not located them at this time.

On Sept. 13, a found item report was filed at a Fieldcrest Court residence. According to reports, a mail carrier with the United States Postal Service reported that when she opened the mailbox at a Fieldcrest Court residence she found a small bag containing suspected marijuana. The mail carrier told a deputy that she is obliged to report finding objects such as suspected marijuana. The bag of suspected marijuana was taken into custody for destruction.

On Sept. 13, a trespass warning complaint was filed at an East Dixie Highway, Rutledge, residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that her daughter was in a relationship with a man who consumed methamphetamine and she no longer wanted the man back on her property. The complainant also alleged that the man had stolen two firearms from another relative and had used a firearm in an aggressive manner in an altercation on Indian Bend, off Davis Academy Road. The complainant said she was concerned for her daughter’s safety. A deputy attempted to serve the boyfriend with the criminal trespass notice but could not locate him at two addresses.

On Sept. 10, a harassment complaint was filed at an Echols Drive, Bostwick, residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a neighbor had fired bird shot across her property line, striking her vehicle and leaving pellets on the ground. The woman said she has reported the behavior once before and after the last report the man allegedly came to the property line with a handgun and fired the weapon three times in the air in an “intimidating manner.”

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