A Nicholson man was arrested last week after a physical altercation with his girlfriend.
Jeffrey Todd Revers, 49, 5488 Nowhere Road, was charged with battery under the Family Violence Act (FVA) and battery.
According to the incident report, officer David Kidd met with the girlfriend, who told him the two had been in an altercation. He observed that she had bruising on her upper lip and red marks on her forehead and chin. One of the lenses of her glasses was also missing. She said that Revers had her on the ground and she bit him on the nose in defense. She said she waited until he fell asleep before going to a neighbor’s house to call 9-1-1. Revers denied that he struck his girlfriend.
Other incidents on file at the sheriff’s office this week included:
•Assault was reported on Sanders Road last week. A man went to the sheriff’s office and met with officer Jeff Strickland, telling him that another man woke him up a few days earlier and began cursing him before head butting him. The man said he had a previous skull fracture in the area that the perpetrator had hit him, so he could not contact anyone for help. He said this man is on drugs and that his behavior has become “very unpredictable.”
•A vehicle was found fully engulfed in flames on Amberly Drive last week. The vehicle had been stolen in Clarke County. The owner, when notified, said he did not realize his car was gone from his residence.
•A couple of Hardman Morris Road residents reported that someone tried to break into their Jeep. They said they heard the car alarm go off. The man ran outside with a shotgun and fired at a man who was in their yard to scare him off. The man ran off toward Swamp Guinea Road. Nothing was found to be missing from the Jeep.
•A man on Hillwood Drive reported that two of his vehicles had been entered with items removed. He said that neither of them was locked.
•A man on General Daniel Avenue South went to Danielsville City Hall where he met with deputy Justin Hanley to report that his roommate has been abusing the animals in the home. He said they have several dogs and cats and that he has seen him slam a cat against a cabinet door several times. He said he has also seen the man choke the dogs and cats and “constantly hits them.” He said he was afraid for the animals’ safety and that the man has also threatened to harm him.
•Someone reportedly shot out the flood light that lights the sign at the entrance of Camp Kiwanis. The camp director said it happened some time in the past two weeks.
•A woman on Hwy. 72 reported that her husband has been texting her repeatedly. She said that he cannot read and write, but was having someone help him send her messages and call her after she told him to stop. She said that they are separated. She said after they went to South Carolina to get married she discovered that he was still married to another woman.
•A woman on Jack Sharp Road reported that someone entered her home overnight and stole her TV from her living room.
•A woman on D Williams Road reported that her son’s four-wheeler was stolen from beside her house.
•A man on Transco Road reported that his shotgun was missing from his outbuilding. He said he was unsure how long it had been gone.
•A man on Hwy. 281 reported that his shotgun was missing from a home he had lived in a few months prior. He said he went back to retrieve some items he had left and his gun was missing from the gun safe.
•A man on Foote McClellan Road reported that an unknown Hispanic male had called stating he was from Jackson EMC and that he was going to cut off his power. The man said he hung up on the caller, who then called back cursing and screaming at the man. A woman got on the phone and began talking in a vulgar way to him.
•A man on Fox Trail reported that two of his mowers he used for his landscaping business had been stolen from where he had them chained in the yard.
•A man on Old Gin Road reported that someone cut the lock off his business and took $200 from a drawer and also stole two toolboxes.
Incidents reported last week to the county 9-1-1 office included:
•Volunteer firemen responded to a report of a fire at a residence on Virginia Lane Feb. 16.
•A Ford Bronco was reported on fire on Crawford W. Long Street in Danielsville Feb. 17.
•A fire in an electric outlet was reported at a Rock Quarry Road locale Feb. 13.