James Beaman

The name is Drunk. James Drunk.

Oct. 31, 1:06 a.m. Officer McKinney was on patrol when he saw a guy stumbling across the street. He was asked if he had too much to drink and he said yes. The guy didn’t have any form of identification and told McKinney his name and that he was 23. He refused a breathalyzer test and was arrested. While in the patrol car, the guy began yelling that he would have McKinney’s badge taken away. McKinney then found that he had been given a fake name and learned what the guy’s real name was.

What a harass hole

Oct. 31, 6:46 p.m. Lt. Purvis responded to the Public Safety station because of a girl receiving harassing text messages from her ex-boyfriend. She explained that her ex was telling her that he would ruin her life by sharing private pictures and messages with other people. Purvis advised her to save the pictures and messages and to handle the case in court. No further action was taken.

Looks like he has his handles full

Nov. 1, 2:21 a.m. Officer Kennedy saw a guy walking on the sidewalk with two bottles of liquor. He had a bottle of vodka and a bottle of Fireball whiskey. Kennedy made him pour the liquor out and gave him a citation for having an open container.

No shoes. No shirt. No service

Nov. 2, 12:40 a.m. Sgt. Smith and Officer Kennedy arrived at a home on North Richmond Street in reference to a fight. When they arrived, they saw a guy standing outside bleeding from his head. He said another guy walked up without a shirt or shoes, hit him in the head with a coffee mug and began destroying things inside the house. The shirtless guy then emerged from the house appearing very intoxicated and was placed under arrest. EMS was called and Milledgeville police arrived on the scene. The case was turned over to the Milledgeville Police Department because the house was outside Georgia College police’s jurisdiction.

If you’re trying to steal, you’re doing it wrong

Nov. 2, 11:23 p.m. Officer Kennedy was dispatched to building 600 at the Village in reference to a damaged door. Kennedy met with the girl who called and was told that she left for the weekend and returned to find her bedroom door had been damaged. There was a split near the locking device, making it appear as though the door was forced open. The girl said she had looked through her belongings and did not believe anything to be missing. Her roommates had friends over, but she did not know who the friends were. The case has been turned over to investigations.

Bye bye, Vyvanse

Nov. 3, 10:08 a.m. Officer Ennis was called to West McIntosh Street in reference to missing medication. The girl who called said she left Milledgeville for the weekend and returned to find several of her prescription Vyvanse missing. The girl’s roommate had friends over during the weekend, but she said she didn’t know about the Vyvanse. No further action was taken.

The police have better things to do

Nov. 5, 10:54 a.m. Officer McWilliams responded to the student activity center in reference to a possible stolen golf cart. McWilliams met with someone who said their assigned golf cart was missing and hadn’t been used in a week. McWilliams went looking for the golf cart and found it in front of Parks Hall. There was no damage to the cart and it seemed another department had borrowed it. No further action was taken.

I normally have bad balance when I’m drunk

Nov. 7, 1:49 a.m. Officer Kennedy made a traffic stop for a truck that had crossed over the center line several times. Kennedy could smell alcohol after approaching the truck and asked the driver to complete a field sobriety test. She commented that she doesn’t have good balance but consented to take the test. The girl failed the test and blew a .105 into the breathalyzer. Kennedy arrested her and took her to the Milledgeville Police Department jail.

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