According to Lt. Jay Baker, she is possibly in Cherokee, Bartow or Paulding counties. Greene resides in Woodstock, but attends Woodland High School in Cartersville.
Anyone with any information is urged to call 911 or investigators at 678-898-7146.
Drunk man hides
in stranger's bed
Bartow County deputies responded to several calls Sunday night in the area of Highway 411 near Highway 41 in reference to an intoxicated male walking in the road and jumping in front of vehicles.
En route to the area, a deputy was advised that the suspect got into one of the complainants' SUV.
The complainant said he would wait for the deputy in the Red Barn parking lot.
Upon arrival, the suspect got out of the truck and walked to the back of the barn, ignoring verbal commands to stop by deputies. He then took off running toward a residential area with deputies chasing him. A citizen informed deputies that the suspect was behind his residence. As deputies searched, they were informed by the resident that the suspect was inside his home hiding in one of his children's bed.
Deputies found the man, identified as Ray Gene Christopher St. Clair, face down in the bed.
He told deputies he ran because he was scared and drunk. He was arrested and charged with burglary, obstruction of an officer and disorderly conduct.
stolen from church
A church member of Mount Pisgah Church in Kingston told deputies that someone took two of the church's air conditioners.
According to the complainant, he noticed the units missing during a morning service when the sanctuary became warm. Upon inspection, he discovered two of the church's five units were taken. He said the thefts occurred between last Wednesday night and Sunday morning. The units were working during Wednesday's evening service.
Driver steals gas
A Bartow County deputy responded to a gas station located at 6646 Glade Road Sunday in reference to theft of gas. The complainant said an unknown person driving a green Jeep Cherokee pumped $15 in gas and left without paying for it. A customer inside the store gave the complainant a name and address, which she gave to the deputy. The complainant said she was unable to get a tag number.
The deputy checked the address with negative results.
for terroristic threats
A woman who sent numerous threatening texts to her husband was arrested Sunday morning.
A Bartow County deputy responded to 227 Cliff Nelson Road in reference to threats under the Family Violence Act. The complainant showed the deputy three text messages from his wife, Adriane Broussard.
One read, "I am going to beat the [expletive] out of you and whoever is in my house."
The other read, "Go ahead and have me arrested my loving husband."
The deputy went to where Broussard was staying, 13 Spring Ridge Road. She admitted to the messages, saying she was mad. Broussard was arrested and transported to the Bartow County jail.