Athens police blotting surface: Men captured for ownership of medications, deterrent
- Athens man subject of video danger
A nearby man got an undermining video on Feb. 26 from an obscure number that referenced executing both him and his child.
The video was supposedly of a secondary school adolescent being recorded by someone else while conversing with the camera. The Athens-Clarke County Police Department report said the video was perhaps shot at the adolescent's school. Athens Banner Herald Police Blotter.
The individual in the video investigates the camera and notices the unfortunate casualty by name and says he will execute him "and his child," the report said.
The injured individual told police he didn't know the individual in the video nor the telephone number that the video was sent from.
Police approach the video and are attempting to distinguish the suspect. On the off chance that the suspect can be recognized, the injured individual intends to press charges.
Traffic stop prompts capture
On Feb. 25, ACC police led a standard traffic stop on Old Elberton Road that brought about numerous charges being recorded identifying with ownership of calendar II and timetable IV drugs.
Police started the traffic stop subsequent to seeing a vehicle going without headlights on. After police addressed the driver and traveler, they saw a "pot cigarette in the traveler side entryway pocket," the report said.
Police looked through the two people and found another cannabis cigarette in the traveler's shoe.
A hunt of the vehicle was then directed, which brought about police finding a pill bottle and a plastic sack containing a few pills.
The pill container did not have a place with both of the inhabitants and when gotten some information about the individual, the driver and traveler both said they didn't know the individual whose name was on the pill bottle. Athens Banner Herald Police Blotter.
Police scrutinized the traveler and driver independently and saw the two had clashing declarations about their whereabouts prior that night.
Police decided the traveler had been engaged with buying the discovered opiates and for ownership of cannabis. The traveler was moved from the scene to the Clarke County Jail.
Man keeps running from cops, captured for check
An Athens man was captured on Feb. 24 for check subsequent to escaping from a cop.
As per an ACC police report, officials reacted to the report of a residential episode around 11 p.m.
Upon entry, officials met with the lady who recorded the report. She told police that a male had been acting "rude, and tossing waste in the house," and she exhorted police to "go get him," the report said.
At the point when police endeavored to chat with the male about the announced episode, the male started to flee from police and around to the back of the structure.
It was not until police given the male a tazor and guided him to "face away, and rests on the ground, or [the officer] would taze him," that the man quit running, the report said. Athens Banner Herald Police Blotter.
The man went along and in the end talked with police about the occurrence. As indicated by the report, the man and lady who had documented the report were battling prior in the day about liquor.
The male was captured for deterrent and moved to the Clarke County Jail.