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A 25-year-old white man and a 25-year-old white woman, both of Fort Myers, Fla., were each arrested and charged with Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substance Act, possession of marijuana and possession of drug related objects after a traffic stop on I-75 South on May 10. At about 2:44 p.m., Sgt. Kevin Williams saw a white 2003 Acura RSX failing to maintain its lane on I-75 South near mile marker 192. The male driver, whose hands were shaking and whose stomach was trembling, appeared very nervous. The driver said he was nervous because he doesn’t like law enforcement but denied having anything illegal inside his vehicle. Despite this, the driver refused to allow Williams to search his vehicle. The female passenger, who was the vehicle’s owner, was also shaking but denied being nervous. When Williams told the passenger he had a K-9 unit en route, the passenger said, “Here just take it,” while handing Williams a can of sparkling water infused with alcohol. Williams and Sgt. Jarred Duncan then searched the vehicle and found a marijuana smoking device in the vehicle door as well as a small blue makeup bag containing a glass marijuana smoking device. They also found a plastic bag containing marijuana as well as a cigarette pack with six pills of suspected Ecstasy inside a suitcase. They also found a bag containing mushrooms in the same suitcase pocket as the Ecstasy pills. Lt. Lawson Bittick then took the driver and the passenger to the Monroe County Jail. The driver was also charged with failure to maintain lane.

A 26-year-old black Lawrenceville woman was arrested and charged with public intoxication and obstruction after a traffic stop on I-75 North on May 13. At about 5:03 p.m., Dep. Jacob Robins was notified by dispatchers of a tan-colored 2012 Chevrolet Cruze stopped on the side of I-75 North near mile marker 178. When Robins arrived at the scene, he saw the female passenger pacing around her vehicle while throwing her arms around in the air in obvious distress. The passenger immediately demanded Robins to give her his phone so she could call someone. When Robins urged the passenger to calm down, she again asked for his phone and told him not to worry about it. Robins asked the passenger whom she needed to call, and she said she wanted to call the male driver who had left her alongside the road. Robins again asked the passenger to calm down and told her he would allow her to use her phone if she showed him respect. The passenger replied, “Yes sir,” and Robins gave her his phone to use. The passenger, whose eyes were bloodshot and whose speech was slurred, smelled strongly of alcohol and appeared to be intoxicated. The passenger then began yelling on the phone at the driver, ordering him to bring her phone and keys back to her. Robins then asked to speak with the driver who told him they were driving on I-75 when they had gotten into an argument and he pulled over when she snatched the steering wheel. The driver said the passenger then grabbed the keys out of the car and began running into the interstate, flagging down another vehicle. The driver said the other vehicle stopped, and the other driver gave him a ride away from the passenger. The driver said he didn’t take the passenger’s phone nor keys, saying the passenger’s phone was under the driver’s seat and saying he gave the passenger her key fob before he left. The passenger then found her phone under the seat where the driver said it would be. However, Robins and the passenger were unable to locate her keys. While searching for the keys, Robins and Dep. Perry Fitzgerald found several prescription bottles both inside the passenger’s purse and in the vehicle’s center console. They also found an empty liquor bottle and an open peach-flavored vodka bottle inside the trunk. Robins also found a prescription bottle with the passenger’s name on it in the ditch. When the passenger told Robins that the driver’s sister was bringing her another key, Robins told her he was leaving. However, Robins became concerned that the passenger was too drunk to drive and asked the passenger to take a field breath test. The driver said she wasn’t drunk and ignored Robins, instead calling the driver again. The passenger then told Robins she couldn’t make her take the breath test, and Robins told her she was correct but that he was only trying to ensure her safety. The passenger then told Robins: “You know what? F— you, you can leave now,” at which point Robins handcuffed the passenger. After the passenger tried to resist, Cpl. Thomas Haskins assisted Robins with taking the passenger to the Monroe County Jail.

A 31-year-old white Forsyth man was arrested and charged with simple battery (Family Violence), false imprisonment and hindering a 9-1-1 call after an incident at a Jenkins Road home on May 7. At about 10:06 a.m. on May 8, a female Jenkins Road resident told Cpl. Timothy Campfield that she was assaulted by a male friend the previous day. The resident said she and her husband allowed their friend to live at their home while he gets back on his feet. The resident said her friend had been acting strange recently, and she worried he was back on drugs. The resident said she put a tracker on her friend’s car and discovered he was visiting an unfamiliar area. She said she then ordered her friend to return to her home with the car and said he needed to leave. The resident said when the friend got to her home, he went upstairs and began yelling at her. She said he slammed the door several times and wouldn’t let her exit the room. The resident said her friend then grabbed her and forced her back onto a bed, which she described as terrifying, as well as snatched the phone away when she tried to call 9-1-1. The resident said she eventually got out of the room and went downstairs, where her friend continued yelling while also slamming his hand onto hers violently. The resident said while her friend was still asleep that morning, she went to meet with his probation officer about the incident. The resident had several bruises on her body. Campfield then knocked on the friend’s door and ordered him into the hallway. When Campfield asked the friend what had happened the previous night, the friend replied, “I didn’t think it was that bad.” After first denying several times that anything had occurred, the friend finally admitted to arguing with the resident inside his room.

At about 9:17 a.m. on May 10, a Forsyth woman told Sgt. Kevin Williams that someone entered her vehicle at the Monroe County Recreation Department between 7 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. the previous night, May 9, and took several items. The woman said the stolen items included: her wallet, which contained credit cards, bank cards and her driver’s license, her granddaughter’s dance bag, her granddaughter’s book bag with school books inside and a Chrome notebook computer valued at about $500. The woman said she cancelled her credit cards after her bank notified her possible fraudulent transactions the previous night. The woman said she always locks her vehicle. In a separate but related incident, at about 8:28 p.m. on May 9, a Forsyth man told Sgt. Willie Brown that someone tried to enter his silver 2016 GMC Sierra pickup at the Monroe County Recreation Department by breaking out his back driver’s side window. In yet another incident, at about 8:11 p.m. on May 9, a Jackson woman told Dep. Christian Sawley she parked her silver 2003 Dodge Durango near the far end of the parking lot at the Monroe County Recreation Department at about 6:40 p.m. that night. The woman said she returned to her vehicle at about 7:30 p.m. to find her driver’s side door handle damaged as if someone had tried to enter it. The woman said she later realized her purse, which contained her wallet, driver’s license, her children’s social security cards and her children’s birth certificates, was stolen from off the back seat.