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PA6E 10 HOGANSVIL HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2000, Police Force to Us P00'.pper Spray to Subdue By Bryan Geter Hogansville police had to use pepper spray to subdue a 23 year old man after he refused to coop- erate with police last Saturday. According to police reports, Debra Moses asked for officers to escort her residence located at 203 Marshall Street after work. Moses told police her live-in boyfriend, PhiUip McMillian, had been arguing and fighting with her since they decided to sepa- rate. She told police they had been living together for three and a half years. McMillian told police he wanted Moses out of the house. Moses however, refused to leave and told police she was paying half of the rent and there were three small children living at the home with her as well. Officers urged the couple to remain together until they could each find a place to live and began to leave the residence. Before the officers could leave the premises, the couple began screaming and hollering again forcing officers to return to the home. Once back inside and the offi- cers asked McMillian if he a friend or relative the could spend the night with. The discussion of leaving the home irritated McMillian, 'according to the police report and he became ,unruly. Officers used pepper spray to subdue McMiUian and he was arrested and charged with disor- derly conduct. Healthstar was called to treat McMillian. Two Charged With Battery Police were summoned to 104 Corinth Road on Sunday and two people were arrested for battery. When police arrived at the residence they found Charles Lewis Bailey, 36, sitting on a bed and bleeding from a wound to his neck. Police realized Bailey had been cut with a knife. Mary Bailey,36, admitted to cutting her husband. Ms. Bailey told police her hus- band had been drinking all day long, aggravating her and a daughter and making obscene gestures to both of them. Ms. Bailey was arrested and charged with battery for cutting her husband. Mr. Bailey was also arrested and charged with simple battery. Officers claim that after Bailey was handcuffed, he became bois- terousfoelligerent and wanted began arguing with officers about going to jail, according to the report. Police described Bailey as being aggressive in the report. Woman Accused Of Shoplifting Hogansville police respond- ed to a called at Ingles located at 1891 E. Main street Saturday night around 7 p.m. to investigate a possible shoplifting incident. According to police reports, two Ingles employees noticed a female take a plastic bag and a Barbie doll and begin walking toward the deli department in the store. Once in the deli, the woman was seen placing the doll (valued HoH00A00c May your holiday be a great time 1o reflee! and relax. We appreciale your continued support. Ken Gordon Attorney at $39.99) in the bag. Once the doll was in the bag, the woman exit- ed the store, according to the police report. Employees of Ingles stopped the woman and detained her until police arrived. Police issued a citation for court to Mary Margate Newsom, 52 of Hogansville. Trespass Cags Invest/gated Hogansville police answered two criminal trespass calls on Saturday, according to police reports. Officers were dispatched to 4903 Mountville Road at 11:48 p.m. after Jennifer Hampton reported seeing a prowler in her driveway. The woman gave a descrip- tion of the vehicle the person was driving and a vehicle fitting the description was stopped later on that evening. The man driving the vehicle was asked if he had been at the residence and he told police he had parked at the residence. He was instructed by police not to return to the home. Vandalism Case Being Investigated Hogansville police are inves- tigating a case of vandalism after it was reported an unknown assailant broke a win- dow at 205 Baugh Street with a rock. Editor's Note: The weekly arrest report is taken from reports filed at the Hogansville Police Department or the Troup County Sheriff's Department and are a matter of public record. Those listed in the report have only been charged in each incident and are innocent of all charges until proven guilty in a court of law. 9a.m.-,p.m. TWI(E IS NICE Consignment Shop Clothing for Men, Women & Children 206 E. Main Street, Hogansville 637-6009 Regular Hours: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Mort. - Sat. Santa Claus , ,. will be in our store   j during our GRAND OPENING! ., Stop by for cookies, chips and even Cajun Jambolaya. -- Your Full Service Floris HUMMINGBIRD -- We Deliver Anywhere -- r Wishing you boundless j during this special season. We appreciate your generosity and thank you for making this a most wonderful year. 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