A Danielsville man was arrested recently after he allegedly sent pornographic videos to a woman’s cell phone.
Christopher Ryan Pruitt, 35, was arrested for violation of a family violence order, TPO or PPO and aggravated stalking. According to the report, this was his second violation of the active protective order the victim has against him.
In another incident, two people were arrested following a shoplifting incident at CVS Pharmacy last week.
Suvilla Grace Hendrix, 39, of Hull was charged with shoplifting and Horace Lamar Morton, 35, also of Hull, was charged with theft by shoplifting. Officer James Justice was dispatched to the store, where he blocked the suspects’ exit from the parking lot with his patrol car. Items from CVS were found in the car and their was evidence of the shoplifting on the store’s video system.
Other incidents on file at the sheriff’s office this week included:
•A man on Hwy. 174 reported that his Ruger SR9C 9mm pistol had been taken from his home. He said the pistol was kept in the living room beside the couch and he noticed it missing when he wanted to show it to his brother-in-law.
•A couple on Amberly Drive reported they were asleep when they heard a loud bang and got up to discover that their front door had been kicked in. The man said the only suspect was a thin white male wearing glasses who had come by earlier in the evening asking for a cigarette.
•A woman on Covey Drive reported that she heard a noise outside her home and saw a flashlight shining in a back window. When she looked out, she said she spotted two black males in the backyard going over her fence. Nine lawn chairs and a small gas grill were reportedly missing from her yard.
•A woman on Colbert – Danielsville Road reported that someone fraudulently picked up her medication at a local pharmacy by signing her name for it.
•A woman on Old Elberton Road reported that someone put small rocks in the gas tank of her 1998 Ford Crown Victoria. She said she suspects it was another woman she knows who is angry about her (the victim) taking possession of the vehicle. She said she did not want to press charges, but wanted a report on file.
•A man on Project Street reported that someone he knows in Maysville posted a threatening message to him on Facebook. The message contained profanities and stated that he would “beat (the victim) to death” and that the victim would “not be hurt but dead.”
•A woman on Hwy. 172 reported that her semi-automatic handgun had been stolen from underneath her mattress. She said that nothing else appeared to be missing and that the last time she had seen the gun was two weeks prior when changing her bedding.
•Two traffic checkpoints were set up on Neese-Commerce Road at Cody Fowler Road and on Black’s Creek Church Road at Jot-Em-Down Road. The checkpoints were done in response to numerous reports of reckless driving, according to the incident reports. There was one arrest, along with several warnings and citations issued.