Forsyth County Blotter: Entering autos and cocaine possession

John Thompson

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(Forsyth County, GA) Here’s a look at recently released reports from the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office:

Entering autos

Last week, we told you about Daveyon Outler,18, and Keterrious Outler, 21, taken into custody for an entering auto incident at 7650 Settles Walk Lane. The two suspects were also connected to and charged with other entering autos. Those incidents occurred on the same day, July 8.

A deputy was contacted by a detective regarding a wallet that was found in their possession. The wallet contained a driver`s license for a victim.

A deputy responded to that location but found the house empty and listed for rent. Later in the day, another theft by entering an auto was reported in the Fairgreen Subdivision. The officer canvassed the neighborhood and ran tags of the vehicles in the driveway.

“At approximately 12 p.m., I ran a tag in the driveway of 6525 Fairgreen Drive. I looked inside the vehicle and observed that the glove box was open and appeared to have been looked through,” the deputy wrote.

The deputy went and made contact with the residents. The victim said she had left her purse with the wallet inside the passenger seat. She said the purse was no longer there and did not leave the glove box open.

“I met with the detective, and he had the wallet and purse from the victim that matched her description,” the deputy wrote.

On the same day, a deputy responded to 7715 Settles Walk Lane regarding an entering auto. “Upon arrival, I met with the homeowner. The homeowner stated that sometime overnight, it appeared as though someone entered his garage, where they also entered his vehicle. The homeowner stated that the door to his garage was left open. He also said that the vehicle was unlocked with the door left slightly open, but there did not appear to be any damage. Upon initial inspection, the homeowner said it did not appear anything was missing from the vehicle,” the deputy wrote.

A deputy responded to 7685 Settles Walk Lane on the same day regarding an entering auto. “Upon arrival, I met with the homeowner. The homeowner said that sometime overnight, his vehicle was entered in his driveway. He stated that the door to the vehicle was unlocked, and there did not appear to be any damage. Upon initial inspection, he said that it did appear someone had been inside the vehicle. He also said that it did not appear anything was missing from the vehicle except possibly a small amount of currency from the cup holder,” the officer wrote.

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Cocaine possession

On July 12, a deputy responded to a traffic stop requesting a traffic unit. Upon arrival, the deputy met another officer at the BP gas station on Buford Highway at Ronald Reagan Boulevard. The officer said she stopped a vehicle for failing to maintain a single lane on Buford Highway. She said she observed signs of impairment and needed assistance with a DUI investigation.

“I met with the driver Terrance Boldin. Upon speaking with Terrance, I observed multiple manifestations of impairment. I then conducted evaluations with the driver`s consent. After completing the evaluation, I determined the driver was operating his motor vehicle while impaired to the extent he was a less safe driver,” the officer wrote.

Boldin, 54, was placed under arrest for possession of cocaine, DUI and failure to maintain a lane, and then searched.The search of the vehicle yielded crack cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana, and THC.

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