Moultrie police became very familiar with a 36-year-old man who was the subject of a half-dozen law enforcement reports before he was arrested on Tuesday.

The man, identified as Ian Mathew Carey, was reported by two physician’s offices who claimed that Carey was seeking a prescription for pain medication, Moultrie Police Department reports said. He also filed multiple reports involving a stolen car.

Police first encountered Carey at about 10:20 a.m. at a doctor’s office in the 300 block of Sunset Circle. An employee there told officers that Carey wanted a prescription for hydrocodone and became irate when a doctor told him he would have to go to Colquitt Regional Medical Center.

Carey told police that he did not ask for a prescription and that the doctor had been rude to him. He was detained because he was being disruptive in the lobby of the office, but began having a possible seizure in the back of a patrol car, police reports said. After he was checked by emergency medical personnel he was released and told not to return to the doctor’s office.

At 11:44 a.m. police received a call that Carey had asked for hydrocodone prescriptions in the 3000 block of Second Street Southeast, where a witness said he entered an employee’s vehicle on the passenger side while the employee was in the car.

Carey told police he needed a cab to get back to his car, but did not have any money. At about 2:15 p.m., Carey showed up at the police department lobby to report that his 2013 Kia Rio had been stolen. He could not tell police where he last saw the car, and after making the report he left to look for it, reports said.

At about 3:30 police were called to a medical office in the 200 block of 31st Avenue Southeast. Officers found Carey at Colquitt Regional, and took him back to the medical office, where an employee told police he had been harassing patients. At that time he was served with a trespass notice for that location.

At 4:45 p.m. Carey called police saying that he was in the 200 block of Sunset Circle and wanted to file a report of a missing car. Police found him back at the medical office on 31st Avenue, where he was arrested.

Carey, of 2341 Cape Coral Parkway, Cape Coral, Fla., was charged with criminal trespass.

In other arrests:

• Richard Samuel Moore, 23, 1308 W. Central Ave., was charged Monday with theft by shoplifting.

• Tony Deshawn Bentley, 25, and Jasmine J. Moss, 19, Ninth Street Northwest, were each charged Tuesday with criminal trespass.

• Charles William Martin, 17, was charged Tuesday with criminal trespass, duty to obey police officer and probation violation.

• Arthur David Zimmerman, 48, 1808 Overlook Drive Lot 1, was charged Tuesday with financial transaction card fraud on a Thomas County warrant.

• Jonathan Rojo, 19, was charged Monday with no driver’s license and no brake lights.

Sheriff’s Office

• Ruben Arvizu, 36, 6514 U.S. Hwy. 319 N., Crosland, was charged Tuesday with theft by conversion, driving while license withdrawn and removing or affixing license plate to conceal vehicle identity.

Probation violation

Moultrie Police

• Rita Jane Griffin, 6291 Sandpiper Drive, Clyattville.

Sheriff’s Office

• Simon James Moody, 28, 1463 U.S. Hwy. 319 S.

• Tommie Lee Walker, 46, 3021 Sylvester Drive.

• Brenda Fay Ricks, 49, 1617 Overlook Drive.

Thefts

Moultrie Police

• Tiffany Rabon, 1100 block Fourth Street Southwest, reported Tuesday the theft of a cell telephone valued at $600.

• Rosetta Baker, 500 block First Avenue Northwest, reported Tuesday that a neighbor took her cell telephone valued at $21.

Battery

Sheriff’s Office

• Sonia Webb, 400 block East Gate Drive, reported Tuesday that a male relative shoved her against a sink during an argument.

Webb had no visible injuries, reports said, and the man left the residence to stay elsewhere.

• Melinda Kent, 200 block Indian Lake Drive, reported that a male companion grabbed her “in a hugging manner” during an argument, causing two small marks on her neck.

An arrest was made.

• Keith Wilkes, 400 block Sleepy Bear Road, Norman Park, reported Tuesday that a female acquaintance tried to hit him in the face during an incident at his residence.

The woman was gone when a deputy arrived.

Fraud

Moultrie Police

• LaCravien Brown, Moultrie, reported Monday that someone had used his identity to set up a utilities account in September at a residence in the 900 block of First Avenue Southwest.

Other investigations

Sheriff’s Office

• Linda Williams, 1900 block Sylvester Highway, reported Tuesday that a neighbor had plugged an extension cord into an outside outlet at her residence.

Williams initially told police that she did not want to press charges, but later called to report that she had talked with a woman from the other residence and that she had refused to pay for the electricity she had used.

• Leilana Roberts, 100 block Jonathan Road, reported Tuesday that a woman has written several checks in her name at a Moultrie convenience store.

• Marsha Jarvis, 100 block Kendalwood Drive, reported Tuesday that after hearing several gunshots she found her 3-month-old Labrador-mix puppy with shotgun pellet wounds to the back legs and groin.

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