Two people were charged with multiple counts of obstruction last week after officers were called to a domestic disturbance at their home.
Raelene Jon Brown, 29, 401 Hillwood Drive, Danielsville, was charged with five counts of obstruction. Kevin Hugh Massey, 40, of the same address, was charged with three counts of obstruction.
According to the incident report, a neighbor called 9-1-1 to report that a couple was in a fight outside their residence. Officer Josh Fowler went to the scene where he could hear people inside screaming. When he knocked on the door, he heard them run to the back of the house. He and a second deputy went inside to check on the subjects’ welfare.
Massey ran out the back door into the woods and as Hanley moved to go after him, Brown allegedly stepped in his way and began shoving him. Hanley eventually apprehended Massey in the woods by jumping on his back and forcing him to the ground. Brown followed them into the woods and refused to comply with the officers’ orders, so she was also arrested. While placing her in the patrol car, she allegedly kicked Hanley in the shoulder.
In another incident, two inmates were charged with “affray” (fighting) last week after an argument allegedly got out of hand in their cell.
Devante L. Baker, 20, and Jason S. Bradberry, 29, were charged in the incident.
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