A Danielsville man was arrested recently after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend at their home on Fowler Freeman Lane.
He was charged with one count of simple battery.
On Monday, June 2, Deputy Kyle Roberts responded to the Dollar General in Danielsville in reference to a report of an assault that occurred on Fowler Freeman Lane. She said her boyfriend assaulted her when she told him she was going to walk to work. She said the man had taken their car and sold it at the junkyard for cash.
She said the man grabbed her by the arms and tried to take a duffle bag from her and then began to sling her around the kitchen.
When she managed to step out on the porch, the man punched her and she fell off the porch. Roberts noted that she had numerous visible injuries.
Later that day, Danielsville police chief Brenan Baird contacted Roberts saying that the man had walked up and asked him to check and see if he had any warrants as he had heard someone came to his home looking for him. Roberts went to city hall and arrested the man. Other incidents on file at the sheriff’s office included:
•A woman on Hwy. 98 West reported that someone took her stove, refrigerator and faucet from her rental property sometime in the last two weeks. She said that the last people to live at the home had been moving out for the past month or so.
Officer Tyler Hanley noted the residence had a lot of trash inside and outside. The woman said the couple had a dog that died of possible starvation about a month ago and that dead turtle had been left inside the residence as well. She said she believes they took her property and that they now live in Jackson County.
•Stalking was reported on Brush Creek Road last week. Officer Darren Sartain went to the scene, where he met with a woman who said a man she knows was at her house when she woke up around 11:30 a.m. She said she did not want him there and had told him so, but he continues to call her and show up. She said she took him back to her house and told him he could not come back to her house. Sartain then listened to two voicemails he later left her when he blamed her for seeing someone else and called her a “mother #$%^&*.”
In the second of the two voicemails, he stated he was going “to do it and leave a note as to why he did it so everyone would know.” She said he was going to try and kill himself and that he had tried to do it outside her residence the previous weekend. Sartain and another officer attempted to do a welfare check on the man at his home, but was told he had not been seen there since the night before.
•A woman on Hwy. 29 North reported that she has been having problems with her neighbors for some time. She said that that day her neighbor came over to complain about someone shooting his dog. He allegedly said he was going to start shooting their cats when they came into his yard.
The neighbor was told not to have anymore contact with the woman and her family.
•Burglary was reported on Fowler Freeman Road last week.
The homeowner said someone had kicked in the door and made entry into the house, leaving feces in a box. He said a 22 rifle was taken from the house and damage was done to the doorframe. A stereo system, two rifles and a bow were also taken from a building next to the residence Harold advised that someone had went into his building next to the residence and took a stereo system, two 22 rifles, and a bow.
•Harassing phone calls and terroristic threats and acts were reported on Gillispie Drive last week.
Officer Brandon Moss went to the home where a woman told him that her ex-boyfriend had been calling her repeatedly stating that he was close and he was coming to “kick her @#$.” She stated that she did not know where he was staying.
•A woman on Bedford Drive reported that she received a call from someone claiming to be from Publishers Clearing House. He advised the woman that she had won $1,000. He stated that she needed to send him $399, then the thousand dollars would be sent to her. She said she believed this to be a scam.
•Threats on Facebook were reported by someone on McGinnis Chandler Road on June 4. Officer Tracy Rucker met with a man at the country recreation department who told him his cousin told him that a man named “Josh” put a $250 bounty on his head on Facebook.
He said he had not seen this, but that a neighbor of his told him that “Josh” is was getting out the hospital that day and that he will be coming to “get him.” Rucker asked the victim to get his cousin to screen shot the threat and call 911 so that he could meet him and get the picture for evidence purposes.
•A woman on Swamp Guinea Road reported that her vehicle was entered while it was parked in her yard unlocked, with the windows down. She said her wallet, including her driver’s license was taken.
•A couple on Transco Road reported that a GPS was taken from one of their vehicles. Both vehicles had been entered, but that was the only thing they found missing. They were left unlocked.
•A man on Jot-Em-Down Road reported that someone was stealing electricity from a main meter and had it wired to a breaker box that feeds his rental mobile home.
•A woman said someone slashed one of her tires five times while she was parked at Carlton City Hall.
•A man on Roy Smith Road reported that someone stole his rifle and cell phone battery during a get together at his home. He named two suspects.
•A woman on Transco Road reported that someone went through the console of her SUV while it was parked in her yard, but nothing was missing. She said the vehicle was unlocked.
•Terroristic threats and acts were reported on Ed Coile Road. A man there told deputy Shawn Rhoades that his ex-wife’s new husband called him on his cell phone and threatened to “kick his $%^.” The complainant explained that there was an incident at Diamond Hill Grocery when his daughter was present and that he had called someone he knew to attempt to find information about the incident. He said about 45 minutes later he received the phone call from the offender.
•A man on Roy Smith Road reported that he believes his female roommate took $125 in cash from a box in his bedroom closet. He said she is then only one who was there and that she knew about the money.
•Criminal damage to property was reported by a man on David’s Home Church Road last week. Officer Kyle Roberts went to the scene regarding a John Deere Gator being found it the man’s pond.
The man said he and his wife went out of town on vacation recently and left an 18-year old friend of their daughter’s to stay in their home to watch after the house and dogs.
He said they went over the rules with the teen before they left, which included not entering the garage area and not moving any of the vehicles or equipment on the property. When they came home, he found the Gator flipped upside down in the pond in front of his house. He said the teen admitted to taking the Gator for a ride out to the second pond to fish, even though she did not have permission to do so. He said the story the teen told “did not make sense” and he believed she had friends over who took a joy ride on the Gator. The parents of the girl have agreed to file the Gator, which was declared a total loss, on their insurance. A pistol and laser in the glove box of the Gator were also damaged. The Gator is valued at $20,000. The owner said he wanted the report for insurance purposes.
•Theft by taking was reported on Scogin Road last week. A man there said this is rental and property and that his last tenant, which was his sister-in-law, moved out about nine months ago and that he today he noticed part of a metal outbuilding missing, as well as all the gutters and metal facing on the residence. The outside a/c unit had also been tampered with. He said he suspects his sister-in-law of the thefts due to her alleged drug problem.
•A man on Lord Fleming Road reported that someone stole his 1986 Honda Recon 300 ATV and two chainsaws form behind his residence.
•A woman on Diamond Hill – Colbert Road reported that she received threatening phone calls that she believes are related to her turning in a fellow employee at work for using drugs at work. She said the woman had made some indirect threats on Facebook and then she received a strange phone call from a black male that morning saying his car was damaged and he had found her phone number on his windshield. He wanted her insurance information.
She said she did not know what he was talking about and hung the phone up. She wanted a report made in case of other threats.
•Theft by taking was reported on Pine Valley Farm Road last week. A man met with officers at the Comer Valero Store who told them while visiting a residence there his truck was stolen.
A woman on Kristen Court reported that her 17-year old daughter was missing after they got into an argument over her refusal to allow her to date a 24-year old man. She said the teen left walking and she is afraid that she would get a ride to Atlanta where the man lives. She said she had called the girl’s friends but no one had seen her. A BOLO was issued for the five-foot female with dark brown hair who weighs approximately 105 pounds wearing a white shirt and pink shorts.
•A man on Colbert-Danielsville Road reported that someone had stolen his weed eater overnight from his outbuilding.
•A man on Pinetree Road reported that his 6-year-old son’s medication was stolen during the boy’s birthday party. He said he suspects his sister-in-law with taking the pills.
•A two-vehicle accident with injuries was reported at Hwy. 98 and Neese Commerce Road at 2:28 p.m., June 3.
•A man reportedly had blood on his arm and back after a wreck on Corinth Church Road at 5:18 p.m., June 2.
•A woman was injured when her vehicle overturned on Helican Springs Road at 4:32 p.m., June 8.
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