Tuesday, September 13, 2011
The following information was supplied by the Watkinsville police department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
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Tuesday, September 13, 2011
In his weekly news release, Watkinsville Police Chief Lee O'Dillon recapped some of the incidents that police responded to during the week ending Sept. 11. Watkinsville police responded to a total of 32 calls within city limits between Monday, Sept. 5 and Sunday, Sept. 11. For questions about this blotter, email email@example.com.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
The State of Georgia dropped the charges prior to accusation, according to a document from the assistant district attorney dated Dec. 12, 2011.
Update, Aug. 13, 2012: The three theft by taking charges against John S. Ravan were dismissed, according to a Dec. 12, 2011, document signed by assistant district attorney Kris Bolden of the Western Judicial Circuit. In a telephone conversation Aug. 13, 2012, Ravan told Oconee Patch he had had a medical condition that caused him to become disoriented on the day of the reported incident, which, in part, led to the dismissal of the charges. Original report on May 17, 2011: After a shipment never arrived to its Montgomery, Alabama destination on Friday morning, May 13, LAD Truck Lines notified the Watkinsville Police Department that something was wrong. Police Chief Lee O'Dillon said the business had attempted to contact the driver by cell …
Friday, March 4, 2011
Officers responded to several domestic situations and investigated a traffic accident without injuries.
In his weekly press release, Watkinsville Police Chief Lee O'Dillon recapped some of the incidents that police responded to during the week ending Feb. 27. Watkinsville police responded to a total of 31 calls within city limits between Monday, Feb. 21 and Sunday, Feb. 27, O'Dillon said.
Friday, February 11, 2011
Police say they arrested a Lagrange man on battery charges, investigated a minor traffic accident, and arrested a local man during a traffic stop.
In his weekly press release, Watkinsville Police Chief Lee O'Dillon recapped some of the incidents that police responded to during the week ending Feb. 6. Watkinsville police responded to a total of 31 calls within city limits between Monday, Jan. 31 and Sunday, Feb. 6, O'Dillon said.
Friday, February 4, 2011
Police investigated a trailer theft and assisted in making arrests for nearby law enforcement agencies.
Last week, Watkinsville Police assisted a number of area law enforcement agencies by making arrests on theft, assault, and probation violation charges, Chief Lee O'Dillon noted in a press release. Here are the highlights: Officers responded to a total of 31 calls inside the city last week, O'Dillon said.
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Police investigate a break-in, arrest one local man for battery, and book another on a burglary charge.
One arrest on family violence-related charges and another for burglary top the recent crime report in Watkinsville. Chief Lee O'Dillon of the Watkinsville Police Department reported that on Jan. 18, officers responded to a domestic fight at a residence on Cedar Drive. Luke Aaron Wanager, 25, of Ashland Drive, was booked at the Oconee County Jail, charged with family violence battery, cruelty to children, and criminal trespass after an argument at his former girlfriend's apartment, O'Dillon said in a news release. During the argument, a woman was struck and a 7-month-old child was hit in the head with a tossed object, O'Dillon said. Neither was seriously injured, he said. In other news, a Farmville Drive man was arrested on Friday and …