On October 28, A complaint of theft was filed at a Sugar Creek Church Road, Buckhead, residence. According to reports, a man claimed that his nephew was taking things from the man while the complainant was working during the week. The complainant alleges that his nephew has a drug problem and has taken items worth more than $3,000 from him. The complainant said the nephew was exchanging new shoes in boxes for shoes from a bag of old shoes as part of the alleged theft.
On October 28, A theft complaint was filed at an Apalachee Woods Trail residence. According to reports, a woman said someone called her and told her there was a federal arrest warrant out for her and that she had a $2,000 bond she needed to post before turning herself in to the Sheriff’s Office. The woman said the caller was trying to give her specific instructions on how to pay the bail without using the bank, and eventually, her son got on the phone and cursed the caller. The caller eventually said he was a gang member and threatened to harm the son, the son said.
On October 26, Kimberly Alexandria Ingram, 23, Madison, was arrested and charged with simple battery and obstructing law enforcement. According to reports, a deputy was dispatched to the area of Georgia Highway 83 and Main Road. Reports indicate that Morgan County Dispatch reported a domestic disturbance on the road. Reports allege Ingram was pulling another woman by the hair and yelling at the woman. One witness claimed Ingram was on top of the woman on the side of the road and attacked her. Reports indicate that the attacker’s 5-year-old son was standing next to the car and witnessed the attack. She was also charged with child endangerment, illegal parking because her car was blocking traffic and a child restraint violation.
On October 24, A disorderly conduct complaint was filed at the Williams Street, Rutledge residence. According to reports, a woman claimed that a woman entered her house and started beating her. The woman who allegedly attacked the complainant said that when the complainant ran out of the house, she hit her and pulled out some of her braids. The complainant’s mother also said that her daughter assaulted the woman. Reports stated that the assailant could not be identified.
On October 24, A media report was filed at the Clack Road residence. According to reports, a woman said she noticed a bulldozer near her property, and when she went out to investigate she noticed the bulldozer had hit her mailbox and damaged it. A deputy was unable to locate the bulldozer.
On October 23, A complaint was made of theft of a vehicle by taking and entry at a Whispering Lakes Trail residence, Buckhead. According to reports, a man said someone entered his unlocked 2022 Dodge Ram pickup truck and removed a .380 caliber Kel Tec firearm. The price of the weapon is $400.
On October 23, A complaint of the theft of a financial transaction card was made at a Big Sandy Creek Lane residence. According to reports, a man said someone tried to charge Instacart $202 and another $72 in fees using his debit card information. A third attempt to charge money at Walmart was denied.
On October 23, A complaint of theft was made by taking the vehicle and entering it at a Wilson Road residence. According to reports, a man said someone entered his Ford F150 pickup and pulled out a .22-caliber handgun with a holster.
On October 23, A complaint of entry of a motor vehicle, theft by taking and burglary was filed at Appalachian Shores Court, Buckhead residence. According to reports, a woman said someone entered her car and removed a .45-caliber Glock handgun and a holster. However, the theft was captured by a video surveillance system, and showed the suspect entering the vehicle through the passenger side door.