On May 3, an information report was filed at the intersection of Newborn and Fairplay Streets, Rutledge. According to reports, a deputy responded to a report of a tractor trailer stuck on the tracks at the intersection at 1 a.m. Reports state that CSX Railroad was called and trains were stopped on the line until a tow truck arrived and removed the truck from the track. Concrete near the track was damaged when the trailer dug into the road, reports state.

On May 3, a financial identity fraud complaint was filed at a Madelyn Lane residence. According to reports, a woman said she was contacted by an unemployment office in Brunswick in reference to an unemployment claim using her maiden name and current Social Security number. The woman said she had made no claim.

On May 2, a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Lower Apalachee Road residence. According to reports, a woman said that 12 bits to her screw driver and her Gorilla glue were missing. Value of the items is $12.

On May 2, an information report was filed at a Cochran Road residence. According to reports, a man alleged that his landlord turned off the power to his hot water heater so he and his 9-year-old son won’t have any hot water. He also said that he and the landlord share a well and the landlord has connected a water hose behind his residence and will turn it open at full strength so the complainant can’t get any water pressure at his residence. The complainant said when he turns the water off, the landlord will “sneak over and turn it back on.” The complainant said he has attempted to pay the landlord rent several times but the landlord refuses to take payment. The complainant also said the landlord will observe him and his family for long moments from the end of the driveway.

On May 2, an information report was filed Country Boys RV Park, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man said when he tracked his stimulus check, it showed it had arrived at the RV park on April 29, 2021. The man said he had moved to a different RV park and had come by to get his check. A manager at the park said she had sent all the man’s mail back to the post office after he moved out.

On May 1, a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Swords Boat Ramp, Parks Mill Road. According to reports, a man said after a night of fishing he noticed his Yeti cooler and a variety of tools were missing from his gray Chevrolet Silverado truck. Both items were in the bed of the pickup truck and were neither locked nor secured. The man estimated the value of the items at $1,200.

On May 1, Tyler Glenn McCullough, 31, Commerce, was arrested and charged with DUI and possession of methamphetamine. According to reports, at approximately 4 p.m., a deputy was called to Buckhead regarding a reckless driver. A complainant alleged that a black Jeep Cherokee was unable to maintain its lane on Interstate 20 and had pulled off the interstate and parked in the parking lot of the Buckhead Baptist Church, Parks Mill Road. A deputy located the Jeep in the parking lot and found McCullough asleep in the vehicle with the vehicle still in drive. McCullough was awakened and taken from the vehicle. A search of the vehicle allegedly found three syringes. Deputies also observed a small piece of plastic extruding from the gear shift. As the deputy pulled on the plastic, a larger bag came out that allegedly contained methamphetamine. Reports state that McCullough passed out or fell asleep twice en route to the Morgan County Detention Center.

On April 30, a safety checkpoint report was filed at the intersection of Prospect Road and Fairplay Road. According to reports, the checkpoint was established from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m. Reports state 10 verbal warnings were issued.

On May 1, Randolf William Jackson Leavell, 27, Madison was arrested and charged with DUI, possession of marijuana, possession of open alcohol container and failure to maintain lane. According to reports, deputies responded to a single vehicle wreck on Kingston Road at approximately 10 p.m. Reports state a vehicle driven by Leavell had left the roadway, struck an embankment and rolled several times through a fence. Deputies noted that there were broken beer bottles inside vehicle. The deputy, reports state, inquired about the broken bottles and Leavell allegedly told him he was “smoking a joint when he lost control of his vehicle.” At the crash scene, a worker from a nearby farm found a tin container that contained 19 suspected marijuana “roaches.”

On April 28, a failure of an unauthorized person to check in at designated location and a disruption with a public school report was filed at Morgan County High School, College Drive. According to reports, an administrator said a 17-year-old male who was not enrolled at the school entered the school without checking into the office. Reports state that the administrator recognized the student via surveillance video. The man said the teen spoke with several students and sat through at least one of the lunch periods before he left the school.

On April 29, an information report was filed at the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office, Monticello Road. According to reports, a woman alleged that her former boyfriend had posted a nude photograph of her on Facebook. The woman said the photograph featured her nude backside and that you could not see her face but that she recognized it was her because of the rings and bracelets she was wearing that day.

On April 24, Ezekiel Thomas Spell, 41, Madison was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute and possession of marijuana and possession of alprazolam following a traffic stop on a red 2010 Nissan Frontier allegedly driven by Spell at the intersection of Price Mill Road and Apalachee Road.

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