According to the report, the Tower Street resident said she is afraid to allow her kids to play outside because of the dogs. She said the issue has been ongoing, adding that she contacted Kingston City Hall earlier this month and has not received a reply.
Bartow County dispatch advised Animal Control does not respond to animal problems inside Kingston city limits. The deputy checked the area to no avail.
Man argues with wife for not
spending Valentine's Day with him
Bartow County deputies responded to an early morning Valentine dispute shortly after midnight Monday. Upon arrival at 209 Cline Smith Road, deputies heard a physical altercation, including a female screaming and two men on an upper balcony struggling back and forth.
After separating the men, the deputy spoke with the primary aggressor who said that he was arguing with his wife about her not spending any time with him on Valentine's Day. He said he asked his wife to come to bed with him and she refused.
He grabbed her by the arm and she bite him in the side; the deputy's report notes fresh bite marks. The couple begin to wrestle when a male witness grabbed the offender away from the victim.
The offender was arrested and charged with simple battery under the Family Violence Act.
Man sells landlord's property to scrap yard
An Acworth man was arrested in connection with taking and destroying items from a residence in Acworth.
According to Sheriff Clark Millsap, investigators have charged Donald John Smith, 47, of 4476 Pecan Lane with the crime. Smith allegedly was staying at the residence for a few months and sometime between Jan. 26 and Feb. 9 he took property that belonged to the owner and sold it to a local scrap yard. Smith also did damage to another item that belonged to the property owner in order to sell it for scrap.
Smith was charged with one count of theft by taking and one count of criminal damage to property. He was taken to the Bartow County Jail and has since bonded out on a $10,000 bond.