(Forsyth County, GA) Here’s a look at recently released reports from the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office:
On July 8, an officer was conducting patrols in the area of Old Atlanta Road. The officer received a notification of a vehicle with a stolen license plate traveling north on Old Atlanta Road. The officer said the tag was a dealer tag and returned stolen from Douglas County.
“I then received another alert that the vehicle had just traveled into Settles Walk Lane. I responded to the area and cut my lights off,” the officer wrote.
The officer saw the vehicle, turned on a light to look for subjects, and shined a spotlight into the car to check for any suspects.
“As I approached, I saw a male on the passenger side of the vehicle wearing all-black clothing and a black ski mask. The vehicle was parked next to 7650 Settles Walk Lane. I then observed a black male come from the address from the driver's side of a white minivan. I cut my blue lights on and then attempted to pin the car in from the front. The black male that came from the minivan then got in the driver seat of the Honda Pilot. The male that was at the passenger door then took off, running away from the vehicle traveling south between houses,” the officer wrote.
The officer left his vehicle, pointed his sidearm, and ordered the males to raise their hands. The subjects ignored the officer and put the car in reverse.
“I got back in my vehicle and was going to attempt to advance on the vehicle to pin it from the front again before it could start going forward. I was unable to do so, and the vehicle then turned to its right and went around my vehicle, and hit my push bumper as it went around it since I was stationary with blue lights activated. I then put my vehicle in reverse and completed a U-turn. I began giving out radio traffic of the pursuit. As I was traveling down Settles Walk Lane, I observed the vehicle still traveling down Settles Walk Lane with no lights on. I then observed the vehicle strike DFC Pittman`s patrol car and come to a stop,” the officer wrote.
The officers found the other suspect after a search in the woods.
The driver was identified as Daveyon Outler, 18, and the passenger was Ketterious Outler, 21.
The deputies charged the suspects with entering an auto, driving without a license, and fleeing an officer.
On July 4, an officer responded to a domestic violence call in Cumming.
“Upon arrival, I met with one of the victims on the front door steps. I asked her what happened, and she was very quiet and did not want to talk,” the officer wrote.
Another person exited the house and said the suspect choked one of the victims.
The officer entered the house and determined the suspect was not home. Jeremy Carroll, 45, was arrested on July 5 and charged with aggravated assault.
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