A Danielsville man was arrested last week on a laundry list of charges after a Dahlonega couple came to the sheriff’s office to report that their daughter was being held at his Madison County home against her will. Marty Nolan Wilson, 50, 2053 Jones Chapel Shiloh Road, was charged with four counts of possession of a firearm or knife while trying to commit crimes, four counts of possession of arms by a convicted felon and first offender probation, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, manufacturing marijuana, possession of a sawed-off shotgun, possession of tools for the commission of a crime and battery FVA.

According to the incident report, the couple told Deputy Mark Jerome that their daughter lives with Wilson, who they stated has abused her in the past.

Someone at a local store gave them a note which they said their daughter had passed them, which stated that Wilson had beaten her and that she needed money so she could leave him. The note also stated that “they better not call the sheriff’s office or have the sheriff’s office send a deputy out there because she feared for her life” and that Wilson has put a “gun to her head” in the past.

Deputy Jerome, along with Investigator Donald Carr, then went to the residence where they found Wilson, who appeared nervous and was visibly shaking. Wilson told them the woman they were looking for was in the back bedroom of the house. The officers found the woman “in a very emotional state.” She reportedly told them that Wilson has said he would kill her and made threats against her family. A search of the residence produced marijuana, rifles, handguns and ammunition. Five marijuana plants were also found growing outside.

In another arrest, Rodney Antwon David, 33, of 5404 Hwy. 191, Comer, was charged with battery and three counts of cruelty to children after deputies were summoned to his home in reference to domestic situation that was reportedly called in by a child.

When deputy Michael Moore arrived at the scene, he saw a female and three children sitting on the front porch. The children were scared and crying, saying they had seen David hitting the woman on the head and face.

The woman stated that David, who is her husband, had hit her a number of times and locked her and the children out of the house.

At one point, David reportedly had her pinned on the ground and wouldn’t let her up, and the children brought her a stick so she could defend herself.

David, who was inside the house, was arrested and taken to the Madison County Jail.

Others arrested by law enforcement officials last week included:

•Sergio Nero Adamo, 33, 153 Mill Run Drive, Comer, driving while license withdraw, open container and DUI.

•Timothy Elton Anderson, 41, 46 Ferndale Court, Hull, public drunkenness.

•Charles Walter Benton Jr., 22, 160 Chandler Bridge Road, Nicholson, failure to drive within a single lane, DUI/alcohol, open container and probation violation.

•Jarrett James Boerl, 18, 35 South Hickory Point, Hull, two counts of probation violation.

•Norma Jean Brown, 52, 140 Dogwood Hills Drive, Carlton, possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute and possession of tools for the commission of a crime.

•William Blane Epps, 26, 1297 Garnett Ward Road, Hull, probation violation.

•Moran Robert Woods, 54, 2866 Rogers Mill Road, Danielsville, required positions and methods of turning at intersections, failure to drive within a single lane, habitual violator, habitual violator – felony with motor vehicle, DUI/alcohol and three counts of open container. (GSP)

•Amanda Christine Barnes, 24, 1010 Maine Mill Road, Watkinsville, burglary.

•Vergara Catolon Damaso, 39, 251 Stone Stewart Road, Hull, adult restraint law seat belt and driving with no license on person.

•Dana Lynn Davis, 37, 139 Ed Coile Road, Hull, simple assault FVA.

•Tracy Rene Dyer, 38, 806 D. Williams Road, Commerce, bench warrant.

•Cathy Michelle Fowler, 27, 603 Maplewood Lane, Hull, theft of services and theft by taking.

•Damon Ladean Hewell, 27, 271 Amberly Drive, Hull, violation of a family violence order and criminal trespass.

•Animashaun Moyenda Holt, 32, 917 Piedmont Road, Hull, disorderly conduct and obstruction of an officer.

•Mary Ann McCrobie, 35, 7070 Hwy. 29 South, Hull, possession of marijuana less than an ounce.

•Monica Nakisha Peek, 35, 194 Ivey Wood Drive, Hull, hold for Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office.

•Beatriz Irene Raygada, 24, 812 Brandon Drive, Winder, deposit account fraud.

•Vickie O’Kelley Smith, 37, 139 Ed Coile Road, Hull, hold for Oconee County.

•Anai Morales Vargas, 18, 30 South Winds Drive, Colbert, driving with no license on person.

•Keith Daniel Porterfield, 44, 74 Gooch Road, Danielsville, bench warrant (original charge: marijuana less than an ounce).

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