Incidents reported recently to the Winder Police Department include:

•Two Winder women were charged with multiple charges when officers went to a First Street apartment trying to serve a warrant on a man. The man was not found, but the two women were arrested. Donna Lynn Kelley, 51, 77 First St., Winder, was held on outstanding warrants from Barrow and Clarke counties and Winder. She also was charged with possession of drug-related objects, possession of methamphetamine and crossing the guard lines at a correctional facility with drugs. A baggie of suspected methamphetamine was found in her bra. Latoya Tynesha Smith, 34, 149 Horton St., Winder, was held on Barrow County warrants and she was charged with two counts of giving a false name and date of birth to officers and possession of drug-related objects.

•A Winder man was charged with aggravated assault for pouring a cleaning fluid in the eyes of his girlfriend. Officers did not find the man at the Graham Street apartment, which he lives in with his girlfriend or at an apartment across the street. The girlfriend said she told him she was going to bed and he got upset and splashed water in her face before using the liquid cleaner.

•A woman on Lily Drive said her girlfriend hit her with her open hand, causing her glasses to fall off. Dorothy Faye Mathis, 44, 132 Lily Dr., Winder, was charged with battery in the incident.

•Two Bethlehem women were arrested and one woman was charged with obstruction and a taser was fired at her when she tried to run from an officer. Quintajah Anita Billings, 21, 839 Exchange Cir., Bethlehem, was charged with driving on a suspended license and allowing an unlicensed person to drive and Taylor Janee Hampton, 23, same address, was charged with obstruction, driving while unlicensed, no insurance, suspended registration and headlight required. Billings was stopped by an officer and she did not have a license. She acted as though she was getting paperwork and “cranked the vehicle back up in an attempt to drive off.” When she cut the car off and stepped out, she began running. An officer ran her down and got her on the ground.

•A woman on Marion Street said three $100 bills were taken from her wallet on a day she ran a lot of errands.

•A Winder woman was arrested at work for a battery charge. Dorothy Faye Mathis, 44, 132 Lily Dr., Winder, was charged.

•A Winder man was charged with aggravated assault after a dispatcher said a fight involving a machete occurred on Venture Way. A woman said she argued with her boyfriend and roommate because he burned a hole in a couch she was renting. She said the boyfriend grabbed the machete, which she had for protection, during the argument. She said he threatened “them and (was) yelling for them to get out of the house.” James Kennedy Hayes, 56, 174 Venture Way, Winder, was charged with two counts of aggravated assault, one involving family-violence. He admitted making the burn mark on the couch, but said “he never touched” the machete during the argument.

•A Dacula man and woman were stopped for reckless driving on motorcycles on East May Street. The man was arrested for reckless driving and the woman was cited and released on the same offense. David Wayne Shelton, 34, 2695 Evergreen Eve Crossing, Dacula, was arrested after he first passed a car and then took off. He later returned to the scene and told an officer he did not know the officer was stopping them. The two motorcycles passed a car in the turn lane and the man went around a car in the oncoming turn lane. The woman stopped when a car that pulled into the road “basically slowed down and boxed” her in.

•A man on Midland Avenue invited people over to drink and “hang out” and an argument occurred involving a woman and the man. The crowd included a new woman the man likes, according to witnesses. The man said the woman grabbed his dreadlocks and pulled. He said he may have hit her then. When officers talked to the woman – at another house – her clothes were torn and “it appeared someone had beat” her.

•A man and woman each face charges stemming from an argument between the two. Jalen Marcell Horne, 22, 49 East New St., Winder, was held on an outstanding warrant from Norcross and Chloe Lane Livingston, 20, 3305 Duncan Bridge Rd., Buford, was arrested for battery-family violence. When officers arrived, Horne had a nose bleed. He said he ran out of gas and called the woman to bring him gas. The two started arguing when she showed up.

•A Buford man was charged with an outstanding warrant and two people were charged with obstruction at an apartment on Graham Street. Charleston Deterio, 35, 2989 W. Rock Quarry Rd., Buford, was held on the outstanding warrant. Charged with obstruction were Lindsey Michelle Jackson, 35, 226 Graham St., Winder, and Leroy Jackson, 62, 572 Peters St., Statham. Officers said they had to get a key from housing authorities after they “knocked loudly.” No one came to the door, but officers said they could see someone inside.

•A Winder man was arrested on multiple charges after a domestic dispute with he had with a live-in girlfriend. Anthony L. Wingfield, 40, 216 Graham St., Winder, was charged with aggravated battery, criminal trespass-family violence, hindering a person making an emergency phone call and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. The woman had blood on her shirt and her right eye was swollen shut. The two had been walking home from Wingfield’s job when they began arguing and he “slapped her face and punched her in the nose,” she said. She told him she was calling 9-1-1 and he slapped the phone out of her hand.

•A Winder man who was wanted for a warrant from Cedartown was held after a traffic stop. Clarke Howard Witter, 56, 224 Monroe Hwy., Winder, told an officer by writing he had had a total laryngectomy and had a tube in his throat.

•A Winder woman was charged with DUI-alcohol-less safe and failure to maintain lane after a one-car accident on May St. Laverne Russell Moon, 60, 172 Georgia Ave., Apt. B, Winder, was arrested. An officer found her car in the middle of the eastbound lane near Wade St. The officer saw skid marks and it appeared the car had hit the curb.

•Officers went to Fort Yargo State Park after a phone “ping” showed a woman who was threatening suicide was in the woods of the park. The woman was taken to Northeast Georgia Medical Center-Barrow for an involuntary psychological exam. Her ex-boyfriend reported to police she has sent pictures in text messages of her with a rifle in her mouth.

•A man at a local business said a business check had been cashed for about $170 with his account and routing numbers on it. However, it had a name of a man who owned the account who was in the Coffee County jail at the time of the incident.

•A local man said he had been out of town and left his business. He said he discovered a Wen generator, a shop vac and a Ryobi table saw missing when he returned.

•A Winder man was arrested following a domestic dispute at a Mallard Drive house. Kenneth Leon Padrick, 36, 716 Mallard Dr., Winder, was charged with simple assault-family violence and battery-family violence. The dispatcher said the first call was a hang-up “with yelling in the background.” When the dispatcher called back, a woman said her son had been physical with her husband and her. Padrick said he was at the house to help his parents with his grandfather.

•A counterfeit $20 bill was passed at a local restaurant July 30. It wasn't noticed until several hours later.

•A Winder man, Charles Logan Roper, 31, 170 Williamsburg Way, Winder, was arrested for driving on a suspended license after a traffic stop. An officer said Roper had “multiple license suspensions.”

•A Winder man was charged with multiple violations after he was stopped driving a motorcycle, for which he had no license. Corey Patrick McGivern, 39, 160 N. Broad St., Winder, was arrested for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession and use of drug-related objects, open container violation and driving without a valid license. An officer said he had previous encounters with McGivern and knew he did not have a motorcycle license.

•Three people were charged with disorderly conduct following a dispute that started at one local restaurant and continued to another. Charged were Kinsley Nicole Nash, 19, 828 Kenwood Ln., Winder; Micah Armando Jackson, 20, 150 Sweet Gum Ln., Winder; and Morgan Leanne Babcock, 17, 209 Jacobs Ln., Statham. Jackson said an “on-going” dispute had been between the two women for several weeks. Babcock was grabbed and coffee thrown at her, she said. Babcock called Nash a vulgar name at the other restaurant, witnesses said.

•A North Carolina man was charged with DUI-drugs, possession and use of drug-related objects and driving an unsafe vehicle after a traffic stop on May Street. Gary Tony Walker, 60, 132 Brunet Dr., Casar, North Carolina, was charged after a call from a citizen about a driver “possibly drunk or on drugs.” An officer saw a pipe in Walker’s truck on the driver seat.

•A man on Colonial Hill Road said a red bag with multiple hand tools was taken from his motorcycle, which was parked in his yard, between 5 p.m. July 29 and 11:30 a.m. July 31.


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