Officers responded to Wendy’s over the weekend “in reference to a white male possibly high on drugs and incoherent talking to himself.” The officers then made contact with Christopher Crump, who “appeared to be disoriented and dizzy” while “staggering and visibly upset.” Crump then relayed to officers that he’d been jumped “by two white males and a white female… on North Columbia Street.” Crump “appeared to have a broken right wrist” and was transported to Navicent Health Baldwin.
Two weeks ago, meanwhile, Crump was detained in the Food Depot parking lot on after reportedly yelling at customers in the parking lot. A woman relayed to officers that “she went into the store and when she came out, she saw Crump standing her her car yelling at the her kids. (The woman) stated when she confronted Crump about it, he began yelling at her and trying to fight her.”
The officer “was able to hear Crump yelling” when he arrived and exited his patrol car. Crump was handcuffed and detained. Ultimately,, however, “Crump was later turned away from the Sheriff’s Office (jail) for high temperature and claims of diarrhea. Warrants were secured and taken to the Sheriff’s Office for Crump, according to a Milledgeville Police Department incident report.
On April 30, meanwhile, Crump was issued a shoplifting citation at Walmart. Prior to the pandemic, shoplifting was deemed an arrest able offense.
Crump is listed with a Henry County address.
• Officers responded to the America’s Best Value Inn on Saturday night in reference to “8-10 people possibly fighting.” Officers ultimately concluded that the fight centered around a man, his wife and his mistress/baby’s mother. Neither woman wished to press charges, and the wife told the mistress/baby’s mother that “she can have her husband.”
• Break-ins, thefts and/or entering autos were reported in the 130 block of Screven Street, the 520 block of Ross Avenue, the 1750 block of Stone Meadow Road and the 1740 block of Cardinal Road.
• The Sheriff’s Office has not made any incident reports available since May 15.