MOULTRIE — A Moultrie woman was apprehended Sunday afternoon after she allegedly attempted to hit a man with her vehicle and broke a window out of the man’s Chevrolet Suburban.

Ivey Renee Johnson, 28, of 409 31st St. S.E., was charged with aggravated assault and criminal trespassing.

Police reports said Quincey Thornton got into an altercation at about 11 a.m. Sunday while Thornton was getting some clothes. While Johnson and Thornton were returning to Thornton’s parent’s residence on East Central Avenue, Johnson allegedly slapped Thornton in the face.

Johnson grabbed his clothes and jumped out of the vehicle near Carpet World on East Central Avenue, and reports said he began walking back to his parent’s residence when Johnson allegedly attempted to run him over with the vehicle.

Thornton was able to jump out of the way of Johnson’s vehicle before being hit, reports said. Johnson then backed her vehicle up then allegedly broke out a passenger window of the Suburban with a tire iron, which a witness stated she threatened to do to Thornton’s Suburban.

Reports said Johnson admitted to breaking out the window when officers arrived, and she was placed under arrest. She was taken to Colquitt County Jail and booked in on the charges.



Arrests:

• Deshaun Lenea Wilson, 19, of 800 First Ave. N.W., was charged Friday with obstruction, theft by taking a motor vehicle and theft by receiving stolen property.

• Elizabeth G. Abrams, 60, of 2729 Fifth St. S.E., was charged Friday with theft by shoplifting.

• Derrick Jerome Peterson, 22, of 815 Third Ave. N.W., was charged Thursday with simple battery (family violence).

• Moises Hernandez Sanchez, 24, of 242 Hawthorne Road, was charged Saturday with speeding and driving without a license.

• Kayla Cheree Edwards, 19, of 2076 Highway 37 E., was charged Saturday with battery.

• Melissa Ann Glascow Edwards, 23, of 2076 Highway 37 E., was charged Saturday with simple battery.



Other Incidents:

• Richard Bauman reported a vandal broke out a window at Bauman Insurance on South Main Street between 3:15 p.m. and 5:59 p.m. Sunday. Damage to the window was unknown at the time of report, and it was not known if anything was stolen.

• Clayton Anderson reported a possible intoxicated driver hit a CNS utility pole with a Chevrolet C1500 truck at the intersection of First Avenue Northeast and Fifth Street Northeast Sunday. Damage to the utility pole was $550. Officers were given the name of a male suspect whom the owner stated was driving the truck at the time of the accident.

• Kambria Suggs, of Ninth Street Southwest, reported a vandal scratched the rear of her Ford Explorer between noon Saturday and 11:15 a.m. Sunday. Damage to the vehicle was unknown at the time of report.

• Antonio Wise, of Seventh Avenue Southeast, reported a vandal threw a rock through the windshield of his Honda Civic between 10:30 a.m. Saturday and 9:40 a.m. Sunday. Damage to the vehicle was $300. Wise provided officers with the name of a male acquaintance he suspects threw the rock.

• Carol Tabor, of Ninth Street Southwest, reported a vandal threw a weight through a glass storm door, threw another weight through the back window of her Nissan Quest and damaged the front door Sunday. Total damage was estimated at $1,500. Tabor provided officers with the name of a male acquaintance she suspects damaged the items.

• Kenyada Wallace reported a vandal keyed the driver’s side and broke off the driver’s door handle of her Toyota Camry while it was parked at Sanderson Farms on Sanderson Farms Drive between 5 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Friday. Total damage to the vehicle was estimated at approximately $450.

• Lashonda Hayes reported a vandal dented the rear spoiler of her Pontiac Sunfire while it was parked at National Beef on the West Bypass between 11:55 a.m. and 4 p.m. Friday. Damage to the vehicle was estimated at approximately $250.

• Doris Menosky and John Kreutzer reported they got into a fight with eight black males while at a residence on Eighth Avenue Southeast Friday. Menosky had lacerations to the side of her head, and Kreutzer had a cut to his chin, and both were spitting up blood but declined treatment at the scene.

• Lakeisha Toomer, of Fourth Street Southwest, reported a male acquaintance damaged pictures, clothes, a dresser mirror and a mattress at her residence between 10:30 a.m. and 1:19 p.m. Sunday. Total damage was unknown at the time of report.

• An attendant at Inland on First Avenue Southeast reported a thief pumped $20 in gasoline Saturday and left without paying for it. The attendant was unable to provide officers with a description of the vehicle used, its tag number or a description of the driver.

• Shirley Omakaro, of Old Albany Road, reported a thief stole a Troy Bilt push mower from under her garage between noon Thursday and 11 a.m. Saturday. The value of the stolen lawn mower was $250.

• Dontavia Bledsoe, of Tompkins Road, reported a thief stole a Microsoft X-box with $550 cash hidden inside from his residence between 9 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Sunday. The total value of the stolen items was $820.

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