On June 3, a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Bethany Road residence. According to reports, a man said after he attempted to start his tractor, he inspected the fuel tank and observed that someone had siphoned all the diesel from the tank and replaced it with water. The complainant believes there was approximately 10 gallons of fuel in the tank.
On June 4, an aggravated stalking complaint was filed at a Heidi Trail residence. According to reports, a deputy was dispatched to the residence to investigate a possible violation of a temporary protective order and suspicious phone activity.
On June 3, Victoria Elizabeth Singletary, 21, Dublin, was arrested and charged with possession of synthetic marijuana, possession of Xanax, possession of marijuana, less than an ounce and possession of drug related objects. According to reports, at 2:41 a.m. a deputy observed a blue vehicle in the road near the intersection of Eatonton Road and Seven Islands Road. The deputy turned around after passing the vehicle and activated emergency lights. The vehicle fled and turned into a driveway off Seven Islands Road and parked. Reports state Singletary exited the vehicle and “was having a hard time keeping her balance.” A second deputy arrived. Singletary allegedly told the reporting deputy that she had a wreck earlier and had “hit some limbs or sticks.” A deputy reportedly observed loose suspected marijuana and two burnt blunt ends in the vehicle. After Singletary was detained, deputies searched the vehicle and allegedly found Xanax, synthetic THC, two small blue straws and $232 in cash.
On June 3, a damage to property complaint was filed at Georgia Highway 83, north of Doster Road. According to reports, a man said as he was traveling north on Georgia Highway 83, an SUV traveling in the opposite direction struck a deer. The deer was thrown into the front bumper of the complainant’s Lexus IS. A deputy observed pieces of plastic and headlight glass from the vehicle that initially struck the deer. The driver of that vehicle did not stop, reports state.
On June 2, a suspicious person complaint was filed at a Reid’s Ferry Road residence. According to reports, a man said his middle brother occasionally slapped him in the face, hit him in the chest and pushed him to the ground. The complainant said he could not remember the brother’s name. He was transported to Morgan Medical Center complaining of hip pain.
On June 2, a theft by taking complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road residence. According to reports, a man said for the past six months he has noticed items taken from his property. The complainant said headlights, taillights and reflectors had been taken out of several vehicles including two school buses, a Volkswagen bug and three Chevrolet pickup trucks. Headlights had also been taken out of a 1951 Chevy and a GMC truck. A radio had been removed from a 1991 Honda.
On June 1, Cindy Ellen Allen, 61, Buckhead, was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute. No other information was available regarding Allen’s arrest.
On June 1, a financial transaction card theft complaint was filed at a Mallard Court residence. According to reports, a woman said her mother had received a phone call from someone claiming to be an Amazon representative. The caller convinced the woman to download an app called AnyDesk on her tablet and then scan her driver’s license and debit card to the app. Then, reports state, someone took $1,045 from the woman’s account.
On June 1, Jeffrey Thomas Lever, 27, Blythewood, S.C., was arrested and charged with speeding, driving with a suspended license, driving a motorcycle without a helmet, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug related objects. According to reports, a deputy allegedly clocked Lever driving a motorcycle 99 mph in a 70 mph zone on Interstate 20. Consequent to a traffic stop, the deputy learned that Lever’s license had been suspended. He also was not wearing a helmet and inside a bag attached to the motorcycle was a container with suspected methamphetamine residence, numerous empty baggies and two digital scales.
On May 31, an information report was filed at an Indian Creek Road residence. According to reports, the complainant alleged that his neighbor had driven a backhoe on his property. The complainant said he had contacted a survey company to verify property lines. A deputy spoke with the neighbor who agreed to stop construction until the property line could be verified.
On June 6, a shots fired complaint was filed at an Estes Road, Rutledge, residence. According to reports, a woman called Morgan County Dispatch and asked someone to “help me.” When a deputy arrived, he observed that the woman’s boyfriend had gotten into a physical altercation with the woman’s son. The boyfriend told the deputy he and the woman were leaving when the son grabbed him and a fight ensued. The son told the deputy he was angry because he had let the boyfriend move into the house and then the boyfriend had begun a relationship with his mother.