An officer running radar on Miles Patrick Road stopped a green Chevrolet Camaro after determining the vehicle was traveling 47 mph in a 35 mph zone.
The driver of the vehicle, Joshua Bruce Hunter, 25, of 866 Arch Tanner Road in Bethlehem, appeared nervous and would not look the officer in the eye.
The officer asked Hunter to step out of his car. During a pat down, the officer located a container of blunt wrappers in Hunter’s pocket. The officer asked Hunter for consent to search his vehicle, but Hunter refused.
After the officer requested a K-9 unit, Hunter admitted he was guilty. When the officer asked what he was guilty of doing, Hunter confessed that he had marijuana under the front seat of his vehicle.
The officer located a Piggly Wiggly bag containing marijuana along with digital scales and several other packs of blunt wrappers in assorted flavors.
The officer issued Hunter citations for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana, possession of drug related objects and speeding. According to the report, Hunter was cited and released “due to the call volume.”
Vulgar phone calls reported
An Auburn woman called the Barrow County Sheriff’s Office after receiving numerous phone calls from out of state numbers she did not recognize.
The first call was from a male who said he had the wrong number and immediately hung up the phone. The second call, from a different out of state number, was also from a male who said he had the wrong number.
The third call, from yet a different out of state number, was also from a male caller. The woman said when she answered the phone, the male said, "I have blue balls and I'm a freak."
The woman informed the caller that he would “have to find someone else to fix his problem” and then hung up the phone.
The woman said she intended to block the number, but requested the incident be documented.
Chipmunk voiced caller harasses woman
A deputy was dispatched to an Ode Peppers Road residence after a woman reported receiving several harassing phone calls.
The woman said the calls originated from her friend’s cell phone number, but her friend was sitting beside her at the time.
The woman said she did not have any enemies and did not recognize the caller’s voice. She did advise that the caller has a voice that sounds like a chipmunk.
Woman reports adulterous relationship
A Winder mother called police regarding her son’s relationship with a married woman.
The mother said her son is living with the married woman at a Shenandoah Court address.
The mother said she is worried that the husband may come to the house at some point and harm her son because he is living with the man’s wife.
The officer advised that a report would be written documenting the woman’s concerns.
Tax returns rejected after possible fraud
A Bethlehem woman called the Sheriff’s Office after her taxes were rejected for the fourth time by the Internal Revenue Service.
According to the IRS, the woman’s tax return has been repeatedly rejected because someone else is using her seven-year-old daughter’s social security number. The IRS said it was also possible that someone had incorrectly entered their own social security number.
The woman said she has attempted to contact several credit reporting agencies in an attempt to learn if the number is being used fraudulently, but cannot obtain any information due to the fact that her daughter is under the age of 13.
The woman was advised by the IRS to file a police report so that they could provide her with additional information.