The Spalding County Sheriff’s Office completed their investigation regarding the two subjects in the white Ford Ranger pickup who were suspected of stalking a young woman. One of the suspects is from Barnesville.
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Spalding sheriff Wendell Beam has released artist sketches of two suspects in a teen predator incident that occurred September 9.
A youg female said two men in the truck began following her as she drove along Hamil Road in eastern Spalding County about 7:45 a.m. It continued to follow her along East McIntsoh Road to Old Atlanta Road. When she stopped at a traffic light, the driver of the truck got out and tried to open the door of the female's vehicle.
She drove west on McIntosh Road but, at a second stop light, the driver of the truck approached her vehicle a second time with a gun in his hand. The female finally stopped at a church and the truck drove west on Hwy. 92.
The suspect driver is a white male in his 20s. He is tall and slender and has dark brown hair and a beard. He was wearing a black t-shirt and jeans. The passenger in the truck was also a white male in his 20s. He is heavyset with strawberry colored hair.
The truck is white, possibly a Ford Ranger, with black bumpers, chrome wheels and a black toolbox in the back.
If you have any information on this truck or those in it, call the Spalding S.O. CID at 770-467-4282 or 911.
A group of residents was at Monday night’s Barnesville city council meeting to take up the long smoldering issue of speeding on Greenwood Street after a crash Labor Day night that wrecked three cars, two of which were parked at the time.
Just before 10:30 p.m., a southbound 2014 Nissan Sentra driven by Zoria-Erianna Wilkerson, who had only a learner’s license, crashed into two cars parked at the Worthy residence at 612 Greenwood Street. Two witnesses said Wilkerson was traveling at a high rate of speed when she hit the parked cars. Another witness disagreed.
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