On April 4, Teon Lorenzo Cameron, 25, Ellenwood, was arrested and charged with felony fleeing from law enforcement, tampering with evidence, possession of drug related objects, speeding and failure to maintain lane. According to reports, a deputy performing stationary speed detection on Interstate 20 eastbound allegedly observed Cameron approach in a vehicle traveling 90 mph. The deputy said he pulled onto the interstate with emergency lights flashing and the vehicle did not stop. The deputy activated his siren and the vehicle continued. At one point, reports state, the deputy reported driving through a small, dust-like cloud and he observed Cameron allegedly throw something from the vehicle. At the 113 Madison exit, a Madison Police Department unit waited on the gore area between the exit and the interstate and another county unit was coming down the exit ramp to help intercept Cameron. At that point, reports state the vehicle came to a stop and Cameron was removed from the vehicle and placed in handcuffs. A small digital scale was located in the vehicle.
On April 4, Andres Javier Flores, 21, Portsmouth, Va., was arrested and charged with fleeing or attempting to elude and speeding. According to reports, a Morgan County deputy working stationary speed enforcement on Interstate 20 at the 105 exit allegedly observed Flores driving a motorcycle 93 mph on the interstate. The deputy attempted to make a traffic stop on the motorcycle but, reports state, Flores reached speeds over 100 mph. Flores dodged a second deputy on the 113 exit ramp and drove south on Georgia Highway 83 towards Monticello. In Shady Dale, reports state, the motorcycle pulled into the area of New Castle manufacturing. Reports state both deputies were aware that the facility is fenced and both waited at the front gate for Flores to return. Eventually, reports state, he attempted to drive past the two deputies at the entrance to New Castle but was pinned by the push bar of a deputy’s patrol car and the fence. He was then taken into custody.
On April 3, an information report was filed at a Nunnally Street, Rutledge, residence. According to reports, a deputy requested that Adult Protective Services become involved with a woman who, reports state, is suffering from physical decline. Reports state that the woman declined all types of aid.
On April 2,Michael Anthony McCloud, 19, Augusta, was arrested and charged with driving while unlicensed, failure to maintain lane, fleeing or attempting to elude and possession of marijuana, less than an ounce. Shantell Monique Mitchell, 40, Augusta, was arrested and charged with permitting an unlicensed person to drive and two counts obstruction. According to reports, McCloud was allegedly driving a vehicle westbound on Interstate 20 between 55 to 60 mph and was allegedly weaving. A deputy attempted to make a traffic stop using emergency lights. After the stop, however, the vehicle fled and the deputy located the vehicle parked at the westbound rest area with the engine running with multiple cell phones inside the vehicle. Three subjects were found walking eastbound on the Interstate and brought back to the rest area. McCloud allegedly told a deputy that he was driving and was told by Mitchell to flee. Mitchell questioned the veracity of the traffic stop.
On April 2, a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Seven Island Road residence. According to reports, a man said someone broke into his shed and removed a tractor battery.
On April 1, an information report was filed at a Perryman Road residence. According to reports, a couple advised that their 14-year-old daughter had forged her stepmother’s signature on a form declaring that she was going to be a walker from school that day instead of a car rider. When the couple arrived to pick up the girl she had left the school. She was located by a school resource officer at one of the teen’s friends house along with the teen’s boyfriend. She was then escorted back to school.
On April 1, Roger Dale Cupit, 60, Madison, was arrested and charged with battery. According to reports, Cupit allegedly struck a woman at a Greensboro Road residence after the woman told him she was leaving for the night. Reports state the woman alleged Cupit struck her in the face and neck area, knocked her to the ground where he allegedly kicked her with cowboy boots before throwing a stand up glass mirror on top of the woman. The woman was located at the end of the driveway by a deputy with blood coming from her nose and mouth.
On March 31, a financial transaction card fraud complaint was held at a Centennial Road residence. According to reports, a man alleged that someone had used his checking account information to make a $222 charge through Snapped Financial. The man said whoever made the charge used his personal information and personal email address.
On March 30, a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Rutledge Crossing convenience store, Atlanta Highway, Rutledge. According to reports, an employee said a man driving a black truck pulling a trailer pumped $300 worth of diesel fuel and drove off without paying. The employee said the man was white, bald, wearing a dark striped sweater and shorts. The clerk said the man also walked into the store and purchased a drink and a biscuit and paid for the items with a credit card. The clerk said she believes the man, who is a regular customer, did not intentionally drive off without paying. A deputy contacted the man who said he thought the clerk had charged him for the fuel. The man then came back to the store and paid.
On March 29, Le Brook Shanniece Smith, 28, Augusta, was arrested and charged with speeding and possession of marijuana, with intent to distribute. According to reports, Smith was stopped on Interstate 20 for allegedly traveling 90 mph. Consequent to the stop, reports state, a deputy located a plastic bag that contained five separate bags of suspected marijuana. The deputy speculated that, in total, the amount of marijuana in the bag found in the front passenger area, weighs more than an ounce.
On March 29, a forgery complaint was filed at a Prospect Road, Rutledge residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that someone had drafted a $6,523.45 check from her account. The woman said her bank had refunded her the money and turned the incident over to their fraud department.