The man on the ground outside the Circle K convenience store wasn’t moving. He didn’t seem to be breathing. A Bibb County sheriff’s deputy checking on the guy called for an ambulance. It was about 6 o’clock in the morning on June 5. After the deputy radioed for help there at the Zebulon Road store, which sits just east of Interstate 475, the deputy, according to his write-up, noticed that “the male began to move and began snoring.” The deputy’s report added, “I had to raise my voice to get him to wake, since tapping him on the shoulder would not work. He did not appear to be coherent when I woke him and he mumbled that he was at the Lizella Mart and was waiting to go to work.” The man, 38, was from the Lizella area, several miles away in western Bibb County. The man had with him what the deputy’s report described as “a bag of food” and “a sword with a broken handle.” The man kept insisting he was at a food mart in Lizella. A clerk at the Circle K said the guy had come in about 4 a.m. and said he was waiting for a ride, that he’d only be there for 20 minutes. But instead he fell asleep near some propane tanks. The man, who has a criminal record in Florida and Georgia for robbery, trespassing, drinking in public and drug possession, had been asked to leave several times but went right on sleeping. The deputy arrested him for trespassing. The sword was confiscated.