A Colbert woman was arrested recently after she allegedly jumped from a moving car traveling on Hwy. 29.
She was charged with one count of disorderly conduct.
On April 8, deputy Brandon Moss was dispatched to Madison Oaks Drive regarding a domestic dispute.
Dispatch told Moss the caller’s granddaughter was “out of control.”
The grandparents told Moss and other deputies that their granddaughter was arguing and fighting with them and that she took several pills and was attempting to take more when they stopped her.
The woman denied taking any pills and told Moss there would be no further problems and officers left.
A few moments later, Moss was dispatched to Hwy. 29 at Spratlin Mill Road where the woman had reportedly jumped from a moving car and was running down Hwy. 29 with no shirt on.
Her grandfather said they were traveling down the road when she jumped from the vehicle and he grabbed her by her hooded jacket, which she came out of. He said she was almost struck by several vehicles.
Moss found her at Buddy Moore Road, arrested her and took her to jail.
Other incidents on file at the sheriff’s office recently included:
•Broward Samuel Allen, 55, of Hull, was charged with disorderly conduct after deputies found him on the front porch of a residence on Doris Lane with an Icehouse beer in his hand and numerous other beer cans around the yard. Others at the scene said he was cussing, throwing stuff around inside and would not stop so everyone could go to bed.
•A woman contacted 9-1-1 about a dispute with her child’s father. She said she went to his home on Railroad Avenue to pick her daughter up and asked the father if he could help her purchase items for the girl, since he wasn’t paying child support. He allegedly became irate and started cursing at her and the child, then slammed the door in her face and locked it.
•A runaway juvenile was reported on Carithers Road last week. On April 7, deputy Kyle Roberts went to the residence regarding a missing 15-yer old girl who had run away sometime early that morning. Roberts met with the girl’s older sister and her grandmother. The grandmother said she woke up around 2 a.m. to go to work went to the girl’s room because she heard her moving around. She found her with a phone, which she was not supposed to have due to past behavior. After she went to work, the older sister called to tell her that the girl was missing and had run away.
•A woman in Country Living Mobile Home Park reported that someone stole her prescription medication and her son’s EBT card.
•Theft by taking was reported at a home under renovation on Brush Creek Drive. Three TVs and a Honda generator were taken from the currently vacant home.
•A motorcycle was reportedly stolen from Manley Martin Road last week.
•A woman went to the sheriff’s office last week to report fraudulent activity on her card to an oil company in Russia. The total amount of the five transactions was $5,000.
•A woman on Power Road reported that her juvenile grandson became angry at her and hit her car multiple times with a shovel. He ran into the woods before officer Brandon Moss arrived. While he was there, the boy came out of the woods, saw Moss, and then ran back into the woods. Moss found him and brought him back to his grandmother. Juvenile charges of criminal damage to property were filed against him and he was released back to his grandmother.
•An unruly child, obstruction and terroristic threats and acts were reported on Mason Mill Road last week. Sgt. Joshua Smith was sent to the scene where he met with the boy’s aunt, who told him he was staying with her due to a previous incident. While at her house, the boy reportedly refused to come inside when told to by her boyfriend.
Instead, he went over to a neighboring house occupied by the aunt’s brother. Smith went to his house where he met with the boy, who said he did not want to be at his aunt’s house anymore because he was tired of her boyfriend.
He said he was not going back to her house because he would “hit her boyfriend in the face.” Smith noted that it appeared the boy was prepared to flee on foot, so he attempted to put him in handcuffs. The boy resisted and had to be restrained on the ground until he was placed in the patrol car for security. According to the report, the boy began cursing and said he would punch the boyfriend in the face. After he was placed in the patrol car, he reportedly said, “you might as well take me to jail, cause if I get out I`m gonna kill (the boyfriend).” A juvenile complaint was filed and he was allowed to stay at his uncle’s house overnight.
•Identity fraud was reported by someone on Short Seagraves Road after she attempted to file her income taxes.
•About 50 feet of copper wire was taken from a chicken house on Buffington Road.
•A woman met with officer Larry MacKay at the Golden Pantry on Hwy. 72 at Glenn Carrie Road to report harassing phone calls. She said her brother’s girlfriend called and threatened to “kick her @$@.” She said she also threatened to kick her mother’s @$@ as well. She said this is an ongoing problem.
•A man on Virginia Lane reported that his home was burglarized and numerous items were taken. He said he came home to find his garage door open and his pit bull in a back bedroom.
•A pregnant woman on Pierce Coile Road reported that she had been assaulted by three white males after they pulled her from her car at a cabinet shop on Hwy. 98. She said a car had pulled up behind her and was flashing its lights so she pulled over at the shop and a man she knows got out and punched her in the face.
Two other men she did not know helped him pull her out and push to the ground where they began to kick her in the back and stomach despite her being seven months pregnant.
She was transported to the hospital where office David Kidd continued the interview. Neither Kidd nor EMS personnel saw any visible signs of injury. She said the men were saying that her ex-boyfriend was going to call the police and tell on them, so they gave him a reason to do so. She said she didn’t know what they were talking about.
She said that the men were driving an older white four door Honda, but she did not know the tag number.
•A red push lawn mower was stolen from a carport on Mimosa Drive.
•Battery was reported on Chandler Ray Road last week after a woman there said her grandmother came to her house and attacked her while she was in bed. She told officer Bradley Free that the altercation started over the phone when she told her grandmother she was not going to pick her that morning. She said her 62-year old grandmother became irate and began cussing at her, so she hung up and would not answer her calls.
She said her grandmother then showed up at her place and jumped on top of her while she was in bed, hitting and cussing at her.
Free noted that the woman had a mark beside her right eye and scratches on her arms. She said she would like to have her EBT card back, which she left in her grandmother’s car the day before.
Free and another officer went to Belhaven Lane to speak to the grandmother. The grandmother said she got mad at her granddaughter because she hung up on her and would not answer her calls and that she did go to her house to confront her. She said she did grab her by the shirt and yell at her but did not hit her.
Free told her not to go back to her granddaughter’s house and that her granddaughter could press charges against her if she wanted to. Free was able to retrieve the EBT card and return it.
•Officer Tracy Rucker was dispatched to Adams Duncan Road regarding someone shooting at a remote control airplane.
A man there said he was flying his plane when some people in a dark colored GMC or Chevy S-10 pick up stopped and shot three rounds at his plane. He said it sounded like a double-barreled shot gun.
•A man on Shirley Road reported that he believes his son may have been abused. Officer Bradley Free went to the scene where he met with the father, who showed him bruises all over his son. He said he and his wife are separated and the child lives with his mother and that he just got him that morning after not seeing him for a couple of months.
He said his wife is in Cornelia, but he is not sure where. Pictures were taken and the child was checked out by EMS.
A report was forwarded to Habersham County and the man was advised to keep his son during the investigation.
•Two white males and a black male reportedly shoplifted at the CVS in Hull last week. Two of the men reportedly distracted the cashier while the other man was observed putting a Gillette Fusion trimmer pack into his pants. When confronted, they all ran out of the store towards Dollar General.
•Corporal Justin Hanley went to a trailer park on Hwy. 72 West regarding a domestic dispute.
A woman there said her son came to her house and began acting crazy. She said he had two small children with him and that he left spinning tires with the children unsecured in the backseat.
She then called 9-1-1, but officers were unable to locate them. The son then returned a short time later and she called 9-1-1 again.
She said he had dropped the kids off in Clarke County with their mother and had assaulted the mother while he was there. She said Athens PD had been contacted about that.
She said he was still acting crazy and had threatened to kill himself, another man his (perpetrator’s) pregnant girlfriend.
She said she believes he is on methamphetamine.
She said he threatened to come back later and tear up the vehicles in the yard. He was reportedly in a red two-door Toyota Celica headed to Clarke or Walton County. A welfare check BOLO was given out for those two counties.