Monday September 25th, 2023
It was a very busy weekend for the Americus Police. An armed robbery occurred at 10:04 last night at 119 W. Church Street. No one was injured and this remains under investigation.
Shots fired complaints were made in the area of Lonnie Lane, Rucker Street and Hosanna Circle.
The false report of a crime is being investigated after officers responded to a domestic situation at 1207 Oglethorpe Avenue.
Officers were dispatched to a deceased person at 219 Academy Street. The Coroner’s Office was also on the scene.
A simple battery (FVA) occurred in the parking lot at Magnolia Village.
K9 Von was deployed assisting the GBI with a search warrant.
Tanneshia A. Griffin was arrested on Rainbow Terrace for outstanding warrants.
2nd degree criminal damage to property occurred at domestic calls to 39-A Reddick Drive and at 1206 S. MLK Boulevard.
An entered auto and theft took place at 420 Judy Lane. A potential aggravated assault and entered auto was reported at 207 Rucker Street.
Recovered property was found on W. Church at S. Jackson and kept by APD.
An unruly juvenile complaint was filed with officers at 916 N. Lee Street.
Thefts took place over the weekend at E2 227 Wanda Way and at 260-A Lonnie Lane.
A disorderly conduct incident was reported at 923 N. MLK Boulevard.
After a traffic stop on Finn at S. Jackson, Quincy B. Daniels was arrested for driving with a suspended license and failure to yield after stopping at a stop sign.
Investigation is underway into a sexual battery; 1st degree felony burglary and criminal attempt to commit a felony.
Criminal trespass complaints were made at 1017 Oglethorpe Avenue and 202-B US 19S.
At a traffic stop on Highway 30W at 12:53 Sunday morning, Pedro Lopez-Padilla was arrested for DUI; failure to obey a traffic control device; and child endangerment while DUI.
Following a traffic stop on Mary Blount Drive at 1:26 Sunday morning, Tranerious W. Green was arrested for driving with a suspended license; suspended registration; and outstanding warrants.
A suspicious incident was checked out at 150 Starlight Circle.
A traffic stop at 11:47 Sunday night on Rees Street led to the arrest of Julia T. Mathis for DUI-refusal; failure to maintain lane; and window tint violation.
Responding to a domestic call at 1:20 this morning in the Crawley Street area, Antonio D. Walker was arrested for battery; obstruction; and giving a false name to law enforcement.
Hit-n-run accidents occurred over the weekend at 115 W. Church Street; 1711 E. Lamar Street; and 1202 Crawford Street.
Officers were busy answering eleven total domestic-related calls and four miscellaneous calls.
APD worked five weekend traffic crashes that had no reported injuries.
Sumter County Sheriff’s Deputies were busy over the weekend conducting 21 traffic stops. Numerous warnings and citations were written. Five prisoner transports were made. Four domestic-related calls were answered. A bad child complaint was filed at 212 Jackson Street. Three activated alarms were looked into. A theft took place from 233 Lexington Circle. Deputies checked out a loud music complaint at 311 Bob Hale Road. A criminal trespass complaint was made at 424 Morris Drive. A suspicious vehicle was spotted in the area of 113 Bluebell Lane. Deputies worked a deer-related weekend traffic crash.
In the Sumter County Jail today: Jesse Patrick Black for 3rd degree felony forgery; Robert Lee Dismuke for conspiracy to commit a felony/ illegal possession of a controlled substance/ and felony possession of synthetic cannabinoid/ synthetic marijuana or K2; Carlos Renard Little for conspiracy to commit a felony/ illegal possession of a controlled substance/ and felony possession of synthetic cannabinoid-synthetic marijuana or K2; Caleb Marshall Mathis for felony failure to appear; Lee Merritt for felony probation violation; Jeanette Perkins—holding for Macon County; Zyra Amelia Rayford for conspiracy to commit a felony/ illegal possession of a controlled substance/ and felony possession of synthetic cannabinoid-synthetic marijuana or K2; Carlos Gomez Ruiz for criminal trespass and underage drinking; Walter Serrano for public drunkenness/ simple battery against person 65 or older or is pregnant/ and failure to appear; and Antonio DeMarco Walker for battery/ giving false name to law enforcement/ obstruction/ and probation violation. Six were released from jail over the weekend after posting bond. One was released for time served.