On Aug. 2, a criminal trespass complaint was filed at an Old Buckhead Road residence. According to reports, a woman said her Ring doorbell alerted her to motion outside her residence. The woman said she watched a neighbor attempt to enter her vehicle. The woman said she had problems with the neighbor in the past. A deputy went to the neighbor’s house but was not able to locate the suspect. The deputy said he would serve the neighbor with a criminal trespass notice.
On Aug. 1, a stolen vehicle complaint was filed at the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office. According to reports, a woman said she had car trouble on Interstate 20 on July 25 and left her 2013 GMC Arcadia between the 108 and 110 mile marker. The woman said when she returned to collect her vehicle, it was gone. She contacted all towing services, she said, and was was told that the vehicle had not been towed.
On Aug. 1, Jacarius Brajohn Robinson, 21, Madison, and Timothy Allen, 21, Madison, were both arrested and charged with reckless driving, failure to maintain insurance and failure to maintain lane. According to reports, deputies were dispatched at 6:50 p.m. to the area of Prospect and Fairplay roads regarding a group of four wheelers and dirt bikes riding on the paved roads. Reports state that the vehicles were “popping wheelies, riding on the wrong side of the road and driving erratically.”
On July 31, a domestic dispute complaint was filed at a Brownwood Road residence. According to reports, a teen alleged that the previous night his mother and step-father had engaged in a dispute that had turned physical. The complainant said the dispute began again and he was afraid it was going to turn physical again. A deputy spoke with a woman at the residence who called the dispute a misunderstanding. The deputy noted the woman had a mark on her chin. The step-father also said the dispute was a misunderstanding.
On July 31, an information report was filed at the Bostwick Citgo, Bostwick Road. According to reports, an employee of the store reported finding a plastic bag filled with a crystal-like substance that, reports state, appeared to be crystal methamphetamine. A deputy took possession of the bag and placed it in a secure evidence locker to be destroyed.
On July 30, an information report was filed at an East Main Street, Rutledge location. According to reports, a woman said a man told her he observed a white female in a Ford Fusion take a brown basket from the front of her property. The woman was able to provide a tag number for the Fusion and the deputy found that the vehicle is registered to a woman who lives on West Main Street, Rutledge.
On July 30, a fraudulent activities complaint was filed at a Broughton Road, Newborn residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that someone was trying to use her husband’s name to withdraw money from her Bank of Monticello account. The woman said she was able to stop all fraudulent activities before money could be pulled from the couple’s account.
On July 30, a warrant for felony attempting to flee or elude was issued against Ahmad Bershard Cooper, 18, Madison. According to reports, a deputy alleged that he observed a group of dirt bikes and four wheelers riding in the middle of Prospect Road. Reports state that the deputy reminded the group that they could not ride in the roadway and had to return to a residence on Prospect Road. Five minutes after giving the warning, reports state, the deputy observed Cooper on a dirt bike without a helmet riding at a high rate of speed on Prospect Road. The deputy attempted to stop the dirt bike but the bike eluded the deputy. The deputy located a picture of Cooper and had a photo of Cooper on the bike and showed the picture to a relative. The relative confirmed that the suspect riding the dirt bike was Cooper.
On July 29, a warrant was issued against Demarcus Lantrell Peek, 32, Greensboro, for harassing phone calls. According to reports, an employee reported that Peek had been terminated from employment at Bulldog Steel, Greensboro Highway, after three days because he failed to come to work. Reports state that following his termination, Peek allegedly called the business six to eight times and has insinuated that he is both in a gang and willing to sue the company. He also inquired about receiving a check. Peek allegedly hung up on a deputy who was attempting to speak with him regarding the allegations. On July 28, a criminal trespass complaint was filed against Peek after he allegedly came to the business and threatened employees and left. Peek allegedly returned two hours later and gave a false name at the gate in an attempt to enter.
On July 28, a domestic dispute complaint was filed at a Hayes Street residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that her father came at her with a tire iron after she told him she was going to move her husband into the residence. The husband, reports state, had been criminally trespassed by the father. The father said the woman has mental health issues and he took her in because she had no where else to go. He also denied threatening the woman with a tire iron and verified that the woman’s husband had been trespassed from the property on July 11.
On July 29, a pointing or aiming a gun at another complaint was filed at a Parks Mill Road, Buckhead, location. According to reports, a man alleged that another man had flipped him a “double bird” and had pointed a handgun at him. The second man said the complainant was following him so he stopped and exited his vehicle with his handgun but he denied ever pointing the weapon at the complainant.
On July 26, a forgery complaint was filed at a Double Bridges Road residence. According to reports, a woman said she noticed that a charge for $177 to Caribbean Jerk Pot LLC was made on her account. The woman said the check had been forged and she contacted her bank.
On July 26, an information report was filed at the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office. According to reports, a woman said she had loaned her 2020 Dodge Challenger to a friend on July 23, and had not seen the vehicle since allowing her friend to use the Charger.