Officers from the Danielsville Police Department responded to a residence on Sherwood Circle regarding a man pointing a gun at another man.
The complainant said another man pointed a gun at him from across the street, and then hid the gun in the trunk of a black Honda Accord. The car was observed sitting near the home with a black male at the wheel.
As an officer got out of his patrol car, the man exited the car and began to walk quickly toward him. The officers ordered the man to get to the ground but he did not fully comply, so he was handcuffed. He was then handcuffed and searched. Officers reportedly located $410 in small bills in different pockets of his pants and other cash was on the floor of the open trunk of his car.
He was asked for permission to search his car but he declined.
Due to a lack of evidence, no charges were filed but both men were advised to stay away from each other.
•Burglary was reported at a trailer park on Willis Glenn Road. A man there said while he was gone to pick up his wife from work, someone stole $275 in cash from a dresser drawer in his bedroom. He said he has noticed that some items have been moved around in the home over the past couple of days as if someone has been looking for something.
•A woman on Crabapple Hollow Road reported that her husband, from whom she is currently separated, has been calling her repeatedly. She said she has a TPO against him, but that it had not been served at the time of the report.
•Simple assault was reported on Fowler Freeman Lane last week. A man, whom officer Justin Hanley noted to be “extremely intoxicated,” said he was arguing with a woman when she picked up a large rock and threw it at him. A large rock was lying on the living room floor. The woman, who was the original 9-1-1 caller, had left the scene by the time Hanley arrived.
•A woman on Black’s Creek Church Road reported that someone stole a safe out of her bedroom closet. She said furniture store employees were there delivering furniture and so was her landlord when she left to go get drinks and ice. She did not notice the safe missing until later in the day. She said it contained many valuable items such as her grandmother’s ring (valued at $10,000), $400 cash, her father’s coin collection and her medication.
•A lawn mower was stolen on Dove Drake Road.
•Officer William Elrod went to Rose Hill Drive to speak with a couple about their grown daughter being disorderly.
They said their daughter had been staying at their residence until recently with her two children, a toddler and an infant.
She has reportedly been unable to care for them and DFCS put them under a safety plan.
The daughter came back to the residence on April 22 and was allowed to stay overnight. The parents left her with the children for a couple of hours and when they returned they found the children in an unkempt condition with soiled diapers and dried feces on their skin.
When questioned, the mother became irate. The couple also left an audio recorder on while they were gone that recorded her cursing at the children. They told her to leave and stay away as they are concerned about her drug use and behavior around the kids.
When they told her this, they said she began to hit the walls and to scream and curse. Elrod instructed her to leave. DFCS was contacted and told her to leave and return to her residence in Banks County and to stay away from the home, her parents and children.
She was picked up by someone and given a notice of prohibited entry.
The parents were also advised of the TPO process.
•A man on Waggoner’s Grove Church Road reported that someone entered his vacant property and stayed there. A mattress and other items were found in the home.
•A woman on Hwy. 29 South reported that her daughter has been harassing her by phone. She said she has guardianship of her granddaughter and that she is not supposed to be around her. She said she has also come by several times.
•A storage unit was burglarized on Hwy. 29 South last week.
•An officer shot a rabid raccoon at the animal control pens on Colbert-Danielsville Road at s request of the animal control officer.
•A possibly rabid skunk attacked a dog on Garnett Ward Road and was put down by a sheriff’s deputy.
•A man on Fitzpatrick Road reported that someone stole appliance scrap metal from behind his barn.
•A woman reported that while stopped a stop sign on Miller McElreath Road with her 16-year old daughter, a woman in a yard there came to the car yelling and cursing at her daughter. She said she got out of the car to confront the woman, who eventually apologized, saying she had the daughter confused with someone else.
•Simple battery/FVA was reported at Mize Park on Colbert Grove Church Road last week.
Officer Jason Luke went to the scene, where he met with a man about terroristic threats. The man received word that his current wife, along with other members of the Aryan Nation Gang were on their way to his home on Pinetree Road to “beat him up.” The man told Luke that he met his wife at the ballpark and with speaking with her and that she was with another man. He said he accused her of cheating on him. He said his wife struck him in the face.
He was advised of the warrant process.
After Luke left, dispatch advised him the wife wanted to speak with him. She said she and her husband were having problems and she met him to find out where the children were. He would not tell her and she became upset. She said she planned to take the kids to her mother’s house for a visit because she did not want them to witness their arguments.
She said he was going to federal prison in the next few weeks. She said she did not hit him because she was recently arrested for striking him and she would not do that again because of the trauma to the kids. She requested help with getting her personal items from the home.
•A man on Piedmont Road reported that someone stole a push mower and tiller over the past three days. Two rental units from a next door rental house were also taken.
•A home was burglarized on Burke Leachman Road last week.
The house was rummaged through and numerous items were taken.
•A woman on Aderhold Rogers Road reported a bullet hole in the back of her mobile home. The bullet came through the home and ended up on the kitchen floor.
•Neese-Sanford, Hull and Danielsville fire departments were called to a garage fire at a home on Hwy. 29 South last week. No one was injured.
•An single-vehicle accident was reported at 8:13 p.m., April 26, at Veterans Drive and Crawford Long Street. The person calling 9-1-1 reported that his son had been in an accident and that air bags were deployed. The vehicle was found on its side.
•A single-vehicle accident was reported at Blacks Creek Church Road and Jot Em Down Road was reported at 10:46 a.m., April 27.
•A white truck overturned on Holman Autry Road at 3:29 p.m., April 26.
•A 14-year-old boy reportedly hit the side of his head on a windshield in an accident at 9:23 p.m., April 25, on Hwy. 106. Another person reported glass in their eye.
•A man reported a scratch on the top of his head and back pain after driving down an embankment and through a fence on Hwy. 174 at 11:22 a.m., April 22.
•A woman complained of head pain, left arm pain and a possible broken pinkie toe after an accident at 10:51 p.m., April 21, on Harold’s Way in Colbert.
•An accident was reported at 8:45 a.m., April 22, at Hwy. 29 and Colbert Grove Church Road.