Forsyth County Blotter: rape, fraud, gun arrests announced by Sheriff’s Office

John Thompson

(Forsyth County, GA) Starting this week, NewsBreak is amping its crime coverage in Forsyth County. Each week, we’ll provide residents with an overview of arrests. Here are the arrests released by the Sheriff’s Department Monday.

On June 6, Randal Joseph Davis, 54, of Dawsonville, and charged with rape-strong arm, battery, family violence, and aggravated sodomy.

Investigators say the victim reported the attack on May 31. The victim claimed Davis attacked her on May 3 during a domestic argument. The victim said she and Davis were engaged, but he had thrown her out of the house. The victim told police the alleged attack happened when she returned.
Randal Davis(Photo/Forsyth County Sheriff's Office)

On June 3, Drew Colglazier, 45, of Atlanta, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a gun and terroristic threats. Investigators say the victim, Christopher Jackson, was repossessing a truck from Colglazier at 6870 Sawnee Trace when the suspect fired a round from his handgun in the air. Jackson told investigators that Colglazier then walked behind him, pointed the gun at the back of his head, and said he would shoot him unless he removed the truck from the back of the wrecker. Jackson provided the Sheriff’s office with a video showing the entire incident.
Drew ColeglazierPhoto/Forsyth County Sheriffs Department)

On June 8, Chandon Adams, 46, of Cumming, was arrested and charged with theft by taking, which is a felony. The arrest stemmed from an incident in March when the department met with William Felder of Cumming, who told investigators he paid Adams $82,100 for renovations to his home that Adams never finished. Adams is the husband of Forsyth County School Board member Lindsey Adams. The department said the investigation is ongoing.
Chandon Adams(Photo/Forsyth County Sheriff's Office)

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