Witnesses told police that a man became so incensed at a drive-through Sunday when told there was no ice cream that he backed into a car behind him in order to get out of line and leave the restaurant.

Timmy Edwards, 57, of Moultrie reported to the Moultrie Police Department that he was behind the driver at about 2 p.m. Sunday at McDonald’s. The man apparently got angry at an employee and in leaving put the Dodge D200 truck into reverse.

Edwards told police that despite his honking his horn the man continued backing into his 1998 Ford Mustang. He could not back up because there were other people behind him.

The trailer hitch struck the Mustang, causing slight damage to the front bumper, police said.

A restaurant employee reported that when she told the driver of the Dodge that they were out of ice cream he got mad and put his truck in reverse, ignoring the driver behind him honking the horn.

Police said that a tag number for the truck came back to a 1993 Dodge truck belonging to a Norman Park man.

In another reported hit-and-run incident, on Saturday Barbara Lynn Kennedy, 47, 200 15th St. S.E., was charged with driving under the influence, leaving an accident with damage, suspended license and failure to yield while turning left.

She was arrested after police investigated an accident at about 2:42 p.m. Saturday at Talmadge Drive and First Avenue Southeast.

Lucas Key of Norman Park told police that the driver of a black car turned in front of him as he was entering the intersection. The female driver got out of the car and said something about insurance before quickly getting back in the car and leaving. She had slurred speech and appeared to be impaired.

Witnesses got a tag number which was traced to Kennedy’s residence. She told police that she was in an accident but that it was not her fault and she left because she did not have a license, reports said.

In other arrests:

• Joshua Jamora Rhymes, 25, 1013 10th Ave. S.E., was charged Saturday with simple battery.

• Cleo Burkes, 56, 1108 Fourth Ave. S.E., was charged Saturday with theft by shoplifting.

• Christopher Frank Jahr, 48, 2502 Second Ave. S.E., was charged Friday with two counts of theft by deception and theft by taking.

• Brian Keith Hall, 22, 1400 Fourth Ave. N.E., was charged Friday with possession of marijuana and speeding.

• Katherina Evett Burkes, 55, 518 1/2 First Ave. S.W., and Darrell Lavoid Moore, 54, 1108 Alberta Ave., were each charged Saturday with disorderly conduct.

• Alberto Soto-Espindola, 37,8733 Alligator Lane, Camilla, was charged Saturday with no driver’s license and children’s safety belt violation.

• Florencio Diaz Hernandez, 35, 66 Regency Village Drive, was charged Saturday with speeding and no driver’s license.

• Alexander Tyler Pitts, 17, 400 block East Central Avenue, was charged Sunday with interference with custody and possession of alcohol by minor.

A 16-year-old girl who was with him at a restaurant was charged with runaway juvenile, police said.

• Roosevelt Lewis, 39, Norman Park, was arrested Saturday on a Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office warrant charging him with possession of stolen property after a Moultrie officer made a traffic stop on a car he was driving.

• Molly Ann Kennedy, 31, 320 Ninth St. S.E. Apt. B, was charged Friday with probation violation.

• Kerry Todd Howard, 45, 266 Indian Lake Drive, Norman Park, was charged Friday with probation violation.

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• Magdalena Santiago, 39, 115 Bert Horne Road, was charged Sunday with driving without license.

• Al Dontarrius Childs, 33, 206 Cannon Ave., Albany, was charged Friday with theft by shoplifting.

• Henry Andrew Newsome, 40, 290 Wilder Road, was charged Thursday with failure to appear.

• Troy Hampton, 35, 2300 Blue Water Drive, Albany, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence, driving without license and driving on closed road.

• Keshemonia Daniels, 28, 529 Sixth Ave. N.W., was charged Friday with probation violation.

• Roosevelt Williams, Jr., 57, 106 Yates St., Thomasville, was charged Saturday with probation violation.

Thefts

Moultrie Police

• Bobby Browning, 77, Moultrie, reported Friday the theft of a refrigerator and stove from a vacant residence in the 300 block of 10th Street Southeast.

• Alma Smith, 800 block Northside Drive, reported Saturday the theft of a red angel wreath valued at $20 from her front door.

• Richard Carden, Moultrie, reported Sunday that Patricia Gay, and Sarah Adams, residents at Ivydale Assisted Living, 1836 S. Main St., were the victims of theft.

Carden told police that property valued at $450 was taken, including cash and jewelry.

• Erionne Christopher, 800 block Sardis Church Road, reported that when she returned home Saturday she found the front door had been forced open and the residence burglarized.

She reported the theft of property valued at $1,600, including two flat screen televisions, 250- and 500-watt amplifiers and two Crunch speakers.

• Margarta Rodriguez, 100 block Ashley Street, Berlin, reported Sunday the theft of a purse from her car parked in the 100 block of Cabbage Road.

Rodriguez told police the purse contained $400 and four paychecks for her and others.

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• Lark Crizan, 100 block Giles Road, reported Friday the theft of a black pit bull dog.

Battery

Sheriff’s Office

• Jamie Berry, 100 block South Academy Street, Funston, reported Friday that a male companion hit her several times and choked her with his forearm during an incident in the 3000 block of Peachtree Street.

Berry told police that the incident occurred on Wednesday and that she was able to get away from the man the next day. She reported that he took her driver’s license and Social Security card.

• Jonathan Harnage, 200 block Cedar Street, reported Sunday that a female relative hit in the face during an argument.

The woman told police that she did not hit Harnage, who had no visible injuries. No arrest was made and Harnage left the residence.

• Dery Deleon, 200 block Brandi Drive, reported Saturday that a male companion pushed her head into a door glass several times until the glass broke.

Deleon had bleeding and bruising to her right cheek, sheriff’s reports said.

The man was not there and he was not found when officers searched the area.

• Johnny Sirmons, 700 block Mount Sinai Church Road, Doerun, reported Saturday that a male acquaintance hit him in the face during an argument at the man’s residence in the 6400 block of Thigpen Trail.

Sirmons had no visible injuries and two witnesses told police they did not see the man hit Sirmons. No arrest was made.

Property damage

Moultrie Police

• Ketwanna Hawkins, 400 block Seventh Avenue Southwest, reported Saturday that a 1991 Acura Legend was damaged.

The car had a broken passenger-side window, broken middle console and damage to the passenger seat, police said.

• Carolyn Coates, 48, Moultrie, reported that a 1997 Mercury Marquis was struck by another vehicle while parked at Moultrie Plaza.

• Vertice Slaughter, 400 block Ninth Avenue Southeast, reported Sunday that a male acquaintance broke property in her yard after she refused to let him come inside.

The man was gone when police arrived.

Police later saw the man riding in a car, but he got out at the intersection of Sixth Street and Ninth Avenue Southeast and ran. Officers found two jackets that he apparently threw down but did not catch him.

Other investigations

• David Adams, 100 block Bull Creek Road, reported Saturday that his debit card was used without authorization to make purchases at Walmart stores in Haines, Fla., and Ocoee, Fla.

• Amber Story, 100 block Friendship Trail, reported Saturday that someone used her debit card without permission to make purchases totaling $200 each at Walmart stores in Ocoee and Apopka, Fla.

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• Cody Johnson, 1000 block Myron Hart Road, Coolidge, reported Sunday that someone cut the brake lines on his 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee in an apparent attempt to cause him to have an accident.

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