Friday, June 3, 2011

Police Blotter.....Southern Style

In this small, southern, college town......a lot of sh*t happens......Not just in Athens....but the surrounding communities.

And thanks to the.....Athens Banner Herald......we can keep up with it.

Actually.....real.....911,  sheriff,  and emergency calls...  

We did not edit these "spell-check"   just the facts

Don't laugh......this could be day:

DISPUTE: Sheriff’s responded to a home on Mayley Road around 1 p.m. to speak with a 71-year-old Jefferson man whose son had just moved back into his house.
The father called deputies because the son had gotten angry, was yelling and had broke his father’s weed trimmer. By the time the deputies arrived the son had taken off.

DISPUTE: An Apple Road Commerce couple was arguing over who, if anyone, was going to sleep on the couch, around 9:30 p.m. May 31. The wife called the sheriff’s office when her husband tried to leave the house and take their tractor.
He wanted to pack his things and leave for the night but they got into a shouting match about whether she would give him the keys to the tractor. Both parties settled down after explaining what had occurred to a deputy.

HARRASMENT: A Nicholson woman called the sheriff’s office around 9 p.m. May 31 because a man who had loaned her roommate and coworked $150 was repeatedly calling her trying to find the other woman to collect his debt.
The man had called her 80 times sent 57 text messages throughout the day trying to find the roommate, and threatened to come to their house and, “whip everybody’s ass,” unless the roommate turned over the money soon, the complaintant told a deputy.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: A deputy responded to a Commerce apartment complex on B Wilson Road around 4:30 p.m. May 30 because two pregnant women were about to get into a physical fight in the parking lot. The same man had fathered both women’s babies.
Everyone calmed down when the deputy arrived and the women seperated.

DISPUTE:  A Jefferson woman called a sheriff’s deputy to her home on Whitney Road at about 8:30 p.m. May 30 after a scuffle broke out at a family party she was hosting.
By the time the depuy arrived the two relatives had gotten into the fight were gone but the woman wanted three other relatives to leave because they had disrespected her when she told them that they should follow the trouble makers and leave

ACCIDENT: A Jefferson woman was leaving her Brockton Road home for work around 6 a.m. May 29 when a deer jumped in front of her car damaging the passenger side of the car. She had just left the house when the accident happened so returned home and called deputies later that day.

FIGHT: A Nicholson woman called Jackson County sheriff’s office on May 23 after she and her step-sister got into an argument at a home on Waterworks Road in Commerce, and the step-sister punched her in the nose.
The woman’s nose was bleeding severely, the deputy noted in the report, but since the women hadn’t lived in the same house since childhood, the assault wouldn’t be considered a domestic dispute.
He filed a battery report and took photos of the woman’s injuries.

SUSPICIOUS PERSON: A Jefferson woman called Jackson County authorities on May 24, when she saw a black man in a yellow shirt ride his bike off the road and onto her Galilee Church Road property.
A responding deputy found the man, a 59-year-old from Jefferson, coming out of the woods. The man said he was riding his bike and had to use the bathroom, so he stopped at the wooded property. He was he would leave and not return.


One more??   Okay.......

BATTERY: Jackson County deputies responded to a fight on Old Hoods Mill Road around 10 p.m. on May 24, after one woman attacked another over a $400 cellphone bill.

The 19-year-old victim told a deputy that the other woman called and told her to meet at Ingles so they could fight, but the victim said no.

Soon, a caravan arrived at the woman’s house and a fight erupted in the front yard. The attacker was dragging the victim across the road by her hair when the victim’s husband intervened. When the men came outside, the crowd began to disperse.

While deputies were still on the scene, one of the victim’s relatives discovered that the aggressor had posted on Facebook that she had just beat up a woman like a man in the street.

Dena Rae Moore, 23, of Nicholson, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and misdemeanor battery.

So..........that's how we play the deep south....

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