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Agnes Walters

Walters, Agnes

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[NARRATIVE #1 on August 13, 2022]

On 08/13/2022 I responded to 875 Towne Lake Parkway, in reference to an unknown trouble. Dispatch advised a female was unresponsive in a black Toyota in front of the Chevron Gas Station. The female had something in her hand. The 911 caller described it as a cigarette. When I arrived, Fire/EMS was already on scene. The female was alert and talking to medical personnel. I approached the female and identified her as Agnes Walters. Agnes said she was okay and fell asleep. She had worked all day and was tired. Agnes presented physical manifestations of impairment. Agnes seemed very out of it. Her speech was slurred and her movement was extremely slow.

Medical personnel was asking Agnes about drug use. Agnes made the statement that she was “doing everything they wanted her to do.” I asked Agnes what she meant by this. Agnes mentioned that she was previously attending Cherokee County Drug Court for possession of methamphetamine. I asked Agnes if she had any methamphetamine inside her vehicle. Agnes said she did not. I asked Agnes if I could search her vehicle. Agnes opened her driver door, allowing me access to search her vehicle. Agnes asked that I didn’t mess up her things within her vehicle. I searched Agnes’s vehicle and did not located any illegal contraband.

While Agnes was speaking with medical personnel, I went inside to review security footage. I spoke with the Chevron attendant. He stated Agnes came in a few hours ago and bought cigarettes. The initial 911 caller stated Agnes had a cigarette in her hand. Agnes did not have a cigarette on her person when I initial spoke with her. I did locate an unopen pack of cigarettes inside Agnes’s vehicle. In the video Agnes arrives at the gas station at around 2:14 am. Agnes goes inside the gas station for four minutes. Agnes then get back in her car and manipulates her bra. Agnes is then seen either eating or inhaling something. Shortly after that, Agnes falls asleep until 911 was called.

I returned to Agnes, who was inside the ambulance. Agnes was asleep again. Medical personnel stated she told them she took a half of “Roxy” (Roxicodone). I was concerned Agnes had illegal drugs on her person. I requested a female officer enroute to my location to search Agnes’s person. Corporal Brown, with the Woodstock Police Department. Corporal Brown searched Agnes and located a straw inside Agnes’s bra. She also located an empty Jeweler’s bag inside the padding of her bra. Agnes then told me she used the straw to inhale her Roxicodone. The straw had Roxicodone residue within the straw. Agnes also told me she used the jewelers bag to transport her Roxicodone. Agnes gave the other half of Roxicodone to her co-worker.

Agnes decided to be transported to the hospital. I told Agnes that I would be securing a warrant for her arrest and that she needed to turn herself in when she got discharged from the hospital. Agnes understood. Photos will be uploaded to this case folder. A warrant for Agnes’s arrest will be secured in a timely manner. Agnes’s car was impounded by Ingram’s Wrecker Service for safekeeping due to her leaving the key inside her vehicle (Impound #61226).

[End of Narrative]

[NARRATIVE #2 on August 19, 2022]

On Friday, August 19, 2022 at approximately 1056 hours, Warrant Unit Deputies and I went to the residence of [300 BLOCK] Pope Circle to serve Agnes Walters with a Felony warrant for Possession of Controlled Schedule II, and Possession and Use of Drug Related Objects – (22MW2153).

Upon arrival, I knocked on the front door and contacted Agnes. I advised Agnes she had a warrant for her arrest and that she was under arrest. Agnes asked what the warrant was for and I told her. Deputy England placed her in handcuffs behind her back, checked them for proper fit and double locked them. We escorted Agnes to Deputy Eubanks patrol vehicle and placed her in the rear seat. Deputy Eubanks transported Jacob to the Cherokee County Adult Detention Center. Deputy Eubanks turned over custody of Agnes to the jail deputies and completed the proper paperwork to include executing the warrant, nothing further.

[End of Narrative]