MOULTRIE, Ga. — A Moultrie man was arrested on an outstanding warrant on Tuesday when police responded to a domestic dispute where he reportedly was trying to kick a woman out of a residence in which he does not live.
Lois Williams told police that James Love tried to kick her out of her own house at about 1:20 p.m. Love no longer lives in the residence, she said.
Police notified Williams that Love could not kick her out of the residence in the first block of Fourth Avenue Northwest. While investigating the incident police learned that Love, 68, is wanted on a charge of failure to appear and took him to Colquitt County Jail.
In other arrests
• Timothy Crawford, 21, 1421 11th St. S.W., was charged Tuesday with child molestation.
• Jeremy Ray Terry, 34, 64 Regency Village Drive S.E., was charged Tuesday with theft by shoplifting.
Terry is accused of stealing a package of meat valued at $27 at Oxley’s, 818 W. Central Ave. An employee who followed Terry out of the store pointed him out on the street after police arrived.
An officer recovered the meat from Terry, police said. Store video showed him select the meat and place it in his pants before walking out of the store.
• Brittany Deann Yeomans, 23, 225 Indian Lake Drive, was charged Monday with pedestrian under the influence.
• Willie Lee Sims, 47, 134 Walker St., Norman Park.
• Adrian Soto, 18, 842 U.S. Hwy. 319 S. Lot 3.
• Ja’Covia Qwanita Williams, 17.
• Ilisha Shatae Harris, 26, 1106 Sixth Ave. N.W.
• Keshon Ty’Kerrion Jones, 19, 601 Sixth St. S.W.
• An 18-year-old woman reported Tuesday that she was the victim of a sexual battery in the 400 block of Seventh Avenue Southwest.
• The City of Moultrie reported Tuesday a theft of electricity in the 1000 block of Ninth Avenue Southeast.
A city employee told police that power had been illegally restored at the residence.
Tashla Lesha Flakes told police that her boyfriend did something at the meter that turned the electricity back on. Because the woman has a 3-year-old the officer issued a court summons for Flakes, 28, to appear in court June 23 on a charge of theft of services.
• Jensy Hernandez, 300 block Dogwood Drive, reported Tuesday that a male companion grabbed her by her hair and pulled her as she tried to walk away during an argument.
• Robert Moore, 2600 block Seventh Street Southeast, reported Tuesday that two juveniles placed mud all over his car and damaged his children’s two bicycles.
Police went to a residence identified as the one where the boy and girl lived but did not find them.
• Miranda Mullins, 200 block Sunset Drive, reported that a number of rabbits were killed, apparently by dogs, overnight in their cages.