Her boyfriend was “being destructive.” That’s what a woman on Ninadel Drive in Macon told the cops Oct. 21. She wanted him out of her house. A Bibb sheriff’s deputy at the house off Montpelier Avenue, between Pio Nono Avenue and Interstate 75, could hear the boyfriend “yelling and cursing upstairs,” an incident report noted. The cop asked the man to step outside. “I tried to speak to him,” the deputy’s write-up said, “but (he) was talking and yelling so loudly that I could not talk. I told him he needed to stop yelling or he was going to jail for disorderly conduct.” The boyfriend kept on and said, “I’m going to exercise my Fifth Amendment right!” He continued yelling and was arrested. True to his word — sort of — when asked his name, he refused to give it. He was booked at the county lockup as “John Doe.”
After a reported disturbance at Sparks Wing Cafe on Mercer University Drive in Macon on Oct. 26, a man with blood all over his face told a Bibb deputy, “I ain’t got s--t to say to you, man.” The bloody man, 37, was jailed for criminal damage and other charges after the establishment’s owner told deputies that the fellow head-butted the cafe’s front window until it broke.
A woman on North Beechwood Drive, near Macon’s Forest Hill Road and Northside Drive, reported her FedEx delivery stolen. The package, which according to tracking details was left at her home Nov. 13, contained a $35 Auburn University sweatshirt and a $35 pair of orange-and-blue Auburn boots.
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