A Danielsville man was arrested recently following an altercation with his live-in girlfriend.
Nicholas Pete Keyros, 19, 61 Edwards Lane, was charged with criminal trespass, false imprisonment and obstruction or hindering persons making an emergency phone call.
According to the incident report, officer Shawn Rhoades was dispatched to the Golden Pantry in Hull to meet with a woman who said her live-in boyfriend (Keyros) had tried to prevent her from leaving and tore up her cell phone when she tried to call 911.
She said the incident began when she went to the home to retrieve some of her clothing so she could stay with a friend for the night. She said Keyros began to yell and curse at her and demanded to know who brought her home. He picked up a baseball bat and struck the stand to her grandfather’s fountain, causing it to break. He then reportedly took a bag of clothes from her and threw them across the room and refused to allow her to leave.
As she called 911, he reportedly jerked the phone out of her hand and smashed it with the baseball bat as she walked out the door. He then went outside and threatened to harm her friend if he got out of the truck. The two then left to call 911 and report the incident.
Other arrests on file at the sheriff’s office last week included:
•Ricky Lee Angel, 19, 425 Elm Street, Elberton, probation violation.
•Eric Montreal Smith, 19, 120 Hickman Drive, Athens, probation violation.
•Ronald Edward Tarpkins, 46, 893 W L Williams Road, Commerce, probation violation.
•Edward Paul Whitehead Jr., 43, 78 Paradise Valley Road, Danielsville, no tag, seat belt violation, driving while license withdrawn, obstruction, forgery in the first degree and two counts of probation violation.