On Nov. 28, a harassing phone calls complaint was filed at a Parks Mill Road, Buckhead, residence. No other information was made available regarding the report.
On Nov. 26, Dale Lee Palmer, 18, Oxford, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. According to reports, Palmer and three other individuals were at a Greensboro Road residence when deputies responded to a complaint call. Reports allege that Palmer and others were allegedly arguing with a woman sitting in a car in the backyard of the residence regarding a small dog that they believed she was withholding from them. The woman told the deputies that a week prior she had given the group an unknown number of dogs. The small dog, the woman said, was lost at a storage facility in Rutledge and could not be found. Palmer also requested to take ownership of his grandmother’s ashes, which a deputy initially agreed to but that offer was rescinded when Palmer allegedly began “yelling about the small dog that was not at the residence.” Palmer then allegedly addressed the deputy with his chest expanded in an aggressive manner and the deputy “could observe spit flying from his mouth as he yelled.” The deputy then began the process of arresting and detaining Palmer but a relative briefly tried to “pull him away” but that attempt failed and Palmer was taken to the ground and handcuffed.
On Nov. 26, an arrest warrant for criminal trespass was filed against Rictavion Spenshaard Morris, 18, Madison. No other information was available regarding the incident.
On Nov. 26, a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Greensboro Road residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that after she spent the night away from the residence and returned, she noticed that someone had broken out a bedroom window in the house. The woman said she does not believe anything was taken from the residence.
On Nov. 23, an information report was filed near the intersection of Highway 278 and Highway 83. According to reports, a man alleged that a second man had thrown an item out of his truck and struck the complainant’s truck on the windshield, causing a crack. Reports state that a deputy was able to stop the man driving the truck who allegedly threw the item. The man denied knowledge of throwing anything and suggested that, perhaps, the man’s windshield had been cracked from a rock thrown up from the roadway.
On Nov. 23, a disorderly conduct complaint was filed at a Broughton Road residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that her landlord had kicked in the back door of her residence. The woman alleged that the man was kicking and hanging on the door and she retrieved her firearm for her safety and the man left. The woman said she had been employed by the man but was fired three weeks ago. She said the man, at the time of termination, had told her and sent her a text that she had two weeks to vacate the premises but had not served her with an eviction notice. A deputy located the landlord at the end of the driveway who told the deputy that the woman had lived in the residence for 40 days without paying rent. The landlord said he tried to get the woman to come to the front door and when she would not, he went to the back door and kicked it, damaging the door but, he rationalized, the door was his property. He also told the deputy he had not gone through a court-ordered eviction process. The deputy declined to arrest the landlord for disorderly conduct but he explained that the woman had rights and that the landlord needed to go through a court to evict. The landlord allegedly told the deputy he would go to the courthouse after he “ate a sandwich.”
On Nov. 23, Eric Justin Pugh, 25, Cleveland, Ga., was arrested and charged with speeding and attempting to elude law enforcement. According to reports, a deputy was patrolling the area of Athens Highway near Plantation Road and allegedly observed Pugh driving a red truck 81 mph in a 55 mph zone. As the deputy attempted to perform a traffic stop on the truck while traveling northbound, the truck allegedly accelerated in the passing lane south of the Rainbow Convenience Store and, once the deputy was behind the truck, the driver turned a hard left onto Apalachee Road. The truck then accelerated again, reports state, reaching speeds of more than 80 mph. The truck then braked hard and turned onto Sidwell road and stopped. Pugh was ordered out of the truck at gun point with his hands raised. Pugh was then detained and arrested without incident.
On Nov. 22, a criminal trespass complaint was filed at the intersection of Aqua Lane and Aqua Road. No other information was available regarding the incident.