Sandee Leal, 54, had been asked to leave by the facility’s owners, according to the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office report, but told the deputy she was not moving at just after 3 p.m. An agreement between Leal and the owners was reached that would give the woman until 4:30 to pack and leave.
At 4:15 p.m. the deputy returned to find Leal had not packed and would continually pack and unpack her belongings.
According to the report, Leal began tossing trash bags onto the sidewalk and became irate when the deputy placed the bags inside the room and told Leal not to throw them outside. When told to leave the room, Leal allegedly placed her finger in the deputy’s face and then made a fist in an aggressive manner.
Placing Leal under arrest, the deputy reported the woman turned on him with her fist clinched. A second deputy then stepped in to assist, but Leal lay down on the bed and began swinging her fists at the two deputies, grabbing one’s sunglasses and tossing them, and attempting to bite the reporting officer.
The second deputy, who suffered scratches, tased Leal after she was ordered to comply or be tased.
She was arrested and charged with two counts of obstruction of an officer, criminal trespass and simple assault.
DUI driver backs into ditch
A woman stopped in a stranger’s driveway backed her vehicle into a ditch after a deputy woke her up about 9:30 p.m Tuesday.
Kashonna Fairchild, 27, was located inside her Pontiac coupe with a burned cigarette in her hand, the vehicle running in reverse and her foot on the brake, and loud music playing in the driveway of the Rock Ridge Road location, according to a BCSO report.
The deputy knocked on the window, waking Fairchild who released the brake, causing the car to roll backward down the hill, off the driveway and into a ditch. The deputy was able to place the vehicle in park. Fairchild was allegedly unstable and confused, telling the deputy she did not know where she was or how she got there. She said she was trying to find her mother’s house to drop off clothes.
According to the report, the woman appeared confused and sleepy with bloodshot eyes. Her fingers also were burned in appearance. After being checked by EMS, Fairchild admitted she drank several pints of liquor earlier in the day and had taken an unknown amount of Xanax sometime Tuesday.
Fairchild was arrested and transported to the jail. The deputy discovered during a search of his car after Fairchild’s transport a woman’s sock with about 7 grams of suspected marijuana in a plastic baggie and one oxycodone pill mixed into the drug.
Fairchild was charged with possession of schedule II, going inside guardline with drugs, possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce, DUI and possession of methamphetamine.
Damage done to Clark Creek site
A Corps of Engineers ranger reported to deputies Tuesday afternoon that suspects had been on site at Clark Creek South Campground.
According to the report, the ranger saw a suspect running from a bathhouse into the woods. A bicycle, duffel bag and copper and lead pipes cut away from sinks and toilets, along with a pry bar, were discovered in the woodline.
An inspection of the bathhouse showed damage to the door, sinks and toilets broken away from the wall and showers damaged.
Man threatens to kill ‘Mexicans’ over Kool Aid
Don’t drink the Kool Aid.
A 25-year-old Tavaris Major told Cartersville police “three Mexicans and two black guys gave him a cup of Kool Aid and told him to drink it.” Major said the drink must have been spiked because “it [expletive] me up.”
Complaints said Major had been walking in traffic on Tennessee Street. Major was unsteady on his feet and needed assistance standing, according to officers.
He was irate, threatening to hunt and kill the “Mexicans” he held responsible. The officer placed Major under arrest for disorderly conduct. When asked if he would go home with a family member so he did not have to go to jail, Major allegedly yelled, “I’m going to hunt all night while I’m drunk and find and kill those [expletive] Mexicans.”
Major was placed under arrest and transported to the jail.