Two women were fighting at an apartment on Williamson Road. The apartment manager told a Bibb County sheriff's deputy about the Dec. 8 fight. The women, 33 and 25, admitted fighting. The deputy noted in his write-up that when he talked to them they didn’t appear interested in resolving the matter. Instead, he wrote, they seemed more concerned with who won the fight. They were cited for disorderly conduct. The report didn’t say what they were fighting about.
It was Thanksgiving Day, early afternoon, when a 30-year-old Macon man called the cops about a “female friend.” She got mad when he refused to spend Thanksgiving with her and instead hung out with his family. According to a Bibb deputy’s report, the friend “began to scream profanities and picked up a pole and began smashing out the front (and) rear windows” of his Robinson Road apartment. She took off before the deputy showed up and was last seen wearing a yellow jacket, camouflage tights and carrying a baby seat.
Another Thanksgiving episode involved a woman who planned to bake a rum cake. But a man at her Macon Avenue home drank the rum. According to a sheriff’s report, the man later busted a window and smashed a Jesus portrait. The man, 44, was jailed for disorderly conduct.
Wafts of marijuana smoke coming from a neighbor’s apartment overwhelmed an Oglethorpe Street woman in early December. So she said. A Bibb sheriff’s report said that when she confronted the neighbor about the “skunk smell” on Dec. 6, he said he wasn’t smoking weed. The woman, 66, later told a deputy that “the marijuana smell was so strong that she got a contact high” and that it “made her sick to her stomach and woozy.” A few days after first catching a whiff of weed, the “heavy and thick” odor returned and again made her ill. She sprayed cologne to mask the scent, but it didn’t work. “She confronted her neighbor again,” the deputy’s report said, “and that is when he slammed the door in her face and yelled, ‘You’re a crazy old lady.’”
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