There had been complaints about the apartment — possible “drug activity.”
On Feb. 12, a Bibb County deputy was sent to check the place again. Through a window at the Tindall Heights residence on Plant Street, the deputy saw two women dancing. He smelled marijuana. He knocked on the door and was let inside.
The head of the household, a 19-year-old woman, was asked why the place smelled like burned weed.
“(She) shrugged her shoulders and stated she didn’t know why,” the deputy’s report said. Then “a loud crashing sound” came from the back of the apartment. There were four other people inside. On a bed were a pair of flip-flops and a window screen. “I peered out the window and saw a male running westbound through the complex ... only appearing to be wearing boxers,” the deputy’s report noted, adding that the “temperature was 21 degrees.”
The head of the house said she didn’t know who all had been there, that she had been busy in her bedroom “entertaining” a man and woman. Everyone there was cited for being present in a dive.
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