MOULTRIE — A Moultrie man was apprehended after he allegedly pushed his live-in girlfriend down and threatened her with a knife Wednesday night.

Freddie Wade Williams Sr., 42, of 9 Fourth Ave. N.W., Apt. B, was charged with disorderly conduct (family violence).

Police reports said officers were called to the residence on Fourth Avenue Northwest at 9:14 p.m. Wednesday about a fight involving a knife. Officers spoke with Williams and Tammy Alfred, who had reported the incident.

Alfred told officers she and Williams had been living together for about six months, but reports said they had been having problems with each other for “some time now.” The two got into an argument Wednesday night that became heated, but she initially denied Williams had threatened her with a knife. She did, however, tell officers Williams had pushed her down to the floor during the argument.

Officers placed Williams under arrest and took him to Colquitt County Jail, reports said. After Williams was taken from the scene, Alfred told officers Williams had “menaced” her with a large pocket knife.

A witness told officers she had seen Williams push Alfred down and drag her across the living room by her neck, the police report said.

Officers collected a knife as evidence, and reports said officers advised Alfred of all legal action she can take against Williams.



Arrests

• Christopher Craig King, 24, of 222 Oak St. in Omega, was charged Wednesday with driving with a suspended license.

• Kenyetta Lekei Jackson, 32, of Union Drive in Doerun, was charged Wednesday with driving with a suspended license and no seat belt.

• Gregory Bernard Bender, 44, of 416 Third Ave. N.W., was charged Wednesday with a child support violation.

• Jessica Nicole Carroll, 17, of 607 N. Henderson St. in Sylvester, was charged Jan. 26 with criminal trespassing, loitering an a bench warrant.

• A 16-year-old boy was charged Wednesday with possession of marijuana less than one ounce.



Other Incidents

• Shantaurus McIntyre reported an unknown person stole her Motorola Razr cell phone from her husband’s locker at PCS Joint Venture on Fourth Avenue Northeast Wednesday. The value of the stolen cell phone was $199.

• Jackie McNeal reported an unknown person stole her Motorola Razr cell phone from a friend after McNeal let the friend borrow the cell phone on Hillcrest Avenue Wednesday. The value of the stolen cell phone was $199.

• Reginald Johnson reported an unknown person damaged the passenger side mirror of his Pontiac while it was parked at a residence on Fourth Street Northwest Wednesday. Damage to the vehicle was unknown at the time of report.

• Gary Howard reported an unknown person stole a Powertrain generator from the bed of his Chevrolet truck while it was parked at Home Depot on North Veterans Parkway Wednesday. The value of the stolen generator was approximately $530.

• Jason Stanaland reported an unknown person stole a Porter Cable air compressor and a Craftsman toolbox from the bed of his Ford F-150 truck while it was parked at Home Depot on North Veterans Parkway Wednesday. The total value of the stolen items was approximately $220.

• Tonya Dillon, of Old Adel Highway, reported Tuesday an unknown person stole a Poulan 52-inch cut pawn mower from her residence Jan. 31. The value of the stolen lawn mower was $3,200.

• Rhonda Segers, of Indian Lake Drive, reported a male relative grabbed her, threw her to the floor and kicked her several times Tuesday. Sheriff’s deputies came to the scene to get the report, but the male relative returned and allegedly attacked Segers once the deputies left the scene. The incidents took place in front of four children, including Segers’ 7-year-old daughter. The male relative is also accused of pulling the phone from the wall and taking Segers’ driver’s license.

• Alvin Palmer, of Highway 319 North, reported an unknown person stole a Nintendo Game Cube and an Orion DVD player from his residence between 6 a.m. and 4 p.m. Wednesday. The total value of the stolen items was $290.

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