MILLEDGEVILLE — The following is information compiled from public records taken from reports of the Milledgeville Police Department and the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office. It is our policy to not disclose the names of victims. These reports do not reflect guilt or innocence. An “arrest” does not always indicate incarceration. The charges filed are noted in the narrative.
Milledgeville Police Department
After initiating a traffic stop due to a malfunctioning brake light March 7 officers arrested an individual for possession of marijuana.
Officers responded to a South Irwin Street apartment after receiving a call about a trespasser March 8. They found a man passed out on the caller’s floor. Officers detected a strong odor of alcohol, and he was escorted off the property at which time he became physically violent and began growling and attempted to repeatedly bite the arresting officers. He was charged with criminal trespass and felony obstruction.
Theft by Shoplifting
A North Columbia Street business employee reported March 8 that two women attempted to steal $63.99 worth of merchandise. Both were charged with shoplifting.
An individual reported March 8 that another male attacked him while they were having a conversation at a residence on East Charlton Street.
Officers responded to a call about drug activity on East McIntosh Street March 9. Two individuals were arrested for misdemeanor marijuana possession.
An individual was arrested March 10 after it was reported and witnessed that he threatened to shoot a woman he chased down North Wayne Street. He was charged with terroristic threats.
A man was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of drugs and possession of marijuana less than one ounce after a vehicle pulled into a road check on West Franklin Street and South Clark Street. Officers detected the smell of marijuana and when they searched his vehicle they found a marijuana cigarette.
A North Lincoln Street resident reported March 10 that while she was at a friend’s house an acquaintance entered her home without her permission. He ran away when she saw him exiting her home. She reported that nothing appeared missing.
—Compiled by Dakota DeVries-Crowdis