Bartow County Sheriff's Office authorities released his name Friday, after notifying Greenway's family.
Deputies and fire and EMS personnel were called to U.S. Highway 411 near Macedonia Road at the Etowah River bridge in Kingston, and spotted Greenway face down at the bottom of the river in 10 to 12 feet of water. He was about 20 feet from shore, according to the incident report.
The woman said the two had been swimming in a shallow part of the river, and after moving to deeper water, Greenway began having trouble. She told deputies she swam to help Greenway, but he started to pull her under, and she had to let go, then seeing bubbles and losing sight of him.
Another witness reported seeing Greenway go in and out of the water, but by the time he arrived to render aid, he could not find Greenway.
Late Friday stabbing at Walmart investigated
Bartow County Sheriff's deputies have arrested one individual, with more arrests possible, following a late Friday stabbing at the Cartersville Walmart.
According to a BCSO report, a deputy arrived about 11:35 p.m. and found a young man with two large cuts on his left arm and a lot of blood on the ground around him.
Two witnesses said they were walking out of the store with the man when a white male started "making fun" of him. The three arrived at their car when a black Jeep pulled up next to them, with the male from earlier driving the vehicle.
The male and a female in the vehicle allegedly began harassing the victim again, and soon thereafter assaulted him. The male allegedly punched the victim in the face and grabbed him, then put him against his vehicle. The female also punched the victim before the male jabbed him in the side with what appeared to be a pocket knife. The two then drove off.
Kristopher Nicholas Ezzell, 19, of 17 Kristen Lane, Cartersville, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, aggravated battery and possession of a knife during the commission of a crime. According to the incident report more arrests were possible.
The victim was taken to Cartersville Medical Center. The hospital refused to release information as to whether the victim was still there or anything about his condition if he was there.
Deputies look into battery report
A man told deputies he was attacked Friday afternoon at a Sandtown Road residence in the area of Allatoona Crossing.
According to a BCSO report, a deputy was dispatched to Cartersville Regional Medical Center to meet with a man who said two white males had hit him in the eye, knocked out four false teeth and kicked him off a wooden deck in reference to him possibly taking $500 from an unknown female.
The victim said he had a fractured neck and was being transferred to Grady Hospital for surgery. The deputy saw the victim was wearing a neck brace but did not observe any physical injuries.
Authorities noted no suspects at the time, but the victim said he believed he heard the name Daniel during the incident.
Two Williams Drive residences burglarized
Extra patrol has been requested in the area of two residences that were burglarized sometime between Thursday morning and midday Friday.
According to BCSO reports, a contractor for Homestead Properties arrived at the Williams Drive residences in Cartersville to repair damages. At one residence, he discovered new damage on the property and an item missing from the master bedroom. A rear window was found open when he arrived.
At the other, nearby residence, a for sale sign had been taken from the front yard, with its metal frame used to damage several walls inside the residence. The sign was found stuck in a wall. The contractor was unsure how the involved person(s) had made entry.
Man videos himself completing vulgar gesture, gets arrested
BCSO deputies were dispatched Thursday to an Acworth home in reference to a fight involving guns. When they arrived at 4212 Bryan Drive around 11 a.m., they found one unloaded gun, allegedly wielded by a 63-year-old woman, and two men they later arrested on disorderly conduct charges.
One of those men, according to the incident report, videos all activities in the front year of his home due to previous problems with neighbors and dogs.
Deputies say the video shows that man, Craig Lee Poss, 46, of 4211 Bryan Drive SE, Acworth, making the vulgar gesture after someone yelled at him. They say the man who yelled at Poss was Leslie Lamar Southern, 31, of 4204 Bryan Drive, Acworth, who was apparently then upset a child saw the alleged gesture.
The two exchanged additional comments, a deputy who viewed the video reported.
Citing her age and multiple disabilities, the deputy noted Poss' mother was not arrested -- after grabbing an unloaded .22 rifle and threatening to shoot anyone who "messed with" her son -- due to the care she would require and her belief she was protecting her son.
Poss and Southern were each arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. While on scene, Bartow County Animal Control arrived to pick up two dogs that had been trapped by Poss.
The deputy reported Poss traps every unleashed dog in the neighborhood with cages containing food in his yard, and calls animal control personnel to collect them.
One crash detailed by Cartersville police
Cartersville police on Friday released details of a crash responded to by authorities Thursday:
* About 6:46 p.m., a 1998 Honda Civic rear-ended a 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche when the Civic driver eased off the brakes as the two vehicles were stopped at Euharlee Road and Georgia 61. The Civic driver was cited for following too closely. No injuries were reported. The Civic showed minimal damage and the Avalanche was slightly damaged.
Officials with the Georgia State Patrol said troopers responded to nine crashes in Bartow County in the 48 hours prior to 6 p.m. Saturday. Eleven injuries and no fatalities came as a result of those crashes.
Bartow County and Cartersville fire department officials reported working no fire calls during the same 48-hour period.