Gregory Tessner, 46, was charged with interference with government property, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness and intoxication on June 9.
Deputies spotted Tessner on the way to his residence, where he lived with his parents, on a domestic disturbance call. Tessner was reportedly walking down the road with a "Bud Light beer and a Bible in his hand." The deputies noticed a strong odor of alcohol when they spoke with him, and noticed a bag of clothing on the side of the street, which were allegedly his items.
Tessner's parents had reportedly called deputies out to the house shortly before, but they had left after Tessner had calmed down. This time, Tessner allegedly began yelling "You're trying to get me locked up and damn it this is goin' do it."
After deputies asked Tessner to deist they put one handcuff on his wrist. Tessner began yelling racial epithets and names and was placed in the back of the patrol vehicle. As the deputies began talking to his parents, Tessner began kicking the inside of the car and eventually shattered the window.
Another patrol unit with bars in the back was dispatched and Tessner was transported to the Rockdale County Jail, where he was treated for minor injuries, including bleeding from the head.
Not your average landscaper
A Covington man was arrested June 12 driving a stolen Chevy Blazer and trailer loaded with landscaping equipment.
Carl Hunt, 39, reportedly had a warrant already out in Newton County for his arrest. He was stopped on Forest Villa Drive around 3:15 p.m. The vehicle had reportedly been stolen out of Porterdale earlier that day.
A search of the vehicle produced a cigarette pack with a clear plastic bag of methamphetamine.
Hunt was charged with five counts of theft by receiving stolen property, driving with a suspended license, obstruction and violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act.