According to a deputy's report, someone called to say a missing person was at the Acworth residence. Upon arrival, the deputy found several small piles of pills in one of the bedrooms of the home along with glass Mason jars containing marijuana, two firearms and more pills on the headboard of the bed.
After contacting agents from the Bartow-Cartersville Drug Task Force, more marijuana was found in the house and found to be growing underneath the house hanging on a string and in an outbuilding behind the residence. Two rooms were discovered in the outbuilding where the plants were grown in buckets, cups and flower pots, and the room contained growing equipment such as heating lights and a watering system.
The house also had a video system with several cameras inside and outside of the home.
The suspect was arrested and charged with manufacturing marijuana, possession of schedule II and III drugs, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. According to poison control, the pills found in the home were hydrocodone and oxycodone.
Couple arrested after dispute involving peaches, bug spray
A couple's argument turned physical Wednesday night, prompting a third party to call law enforcement.
According to the BCSO deputy's report, the male said he and his girlfriend had been arguing all day and at one point she came into his room yelling at him. She grabbed several cans of peaches, opened them and dumped them outside the bedroom window. While he was holding his cellphone, she slapped his hand, causing him to drop the phone. He then retaliated by knocking an open beer she was holding out of her hand, causing some of it to spill on him. Angry, the woman poured the remaining contents of the beer onto her boyfriend. At that point, the man's sister called 911.
The woman admitted to hitting the phone from her boyfriend's hand, pouring the beer on him and dumping the peaches out.
She also said that he knew she had a skin condition and sprayed bug spray on her hand, knowing that it would irritate her skin. The man admitted to spraying her with bug spray because he was angry that she had poured beer on him.
Both parties were arrested and charged with simple battery under the Family Violence Act.