Harrison Gazaway


Date of Booking:

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Officer’s Narrative:
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On 06/08/2022 at approximately 0552 hours, I responded to [200 BLOCK] Jasper Ct. in reference to a runaway juvenile.

Upon my arrival, I met with his father, [REDACTED BY AGENCY] and his mother [REDACTED BY AGENCY] who stated that Harrison Gazaway [REDACTED BY AGENCY] had gotten mad that they had taken away his phone and car keys. After getting his phone and keys taken away, Harrison went up to his room and began to throw things inside his room.

After [REDACTED BY AGENCY] got into his room he saw that Harrison had thrown a speed limit sign into the dry wall causing a hole and the speed limit sign to stick inside the wall. Harrison then left the scene and that is when they called 911.

[REDACTED BY AGENCY] did not know where Harrison had went and wanted to report his son missing. I had [REDACTED BY AGENCY] and [REDACTED BY AGENCY], fill out a missing person form and got information regarding Harrison.

I then left the scene in an attempt to turn in the missing person form to get him listed on GCIC/NCIC as a missing person. [REDACTED BY AGENCY] stated that he did want to press charges for the property damage. [REDACTED BY AGENCY] stated that he estimated the cost of damage was approximately $20.

At approximately 0734 hours, 911 received another call stating that [REDACTED BY AGENCY] saw Harrison walking on the power lines toward Gosdin Rd. D/S S. Searels and I responded to the area and upon our arrival we located Harrison walking on Jasper Ct. toward his house.

I got out with Harrison and placed him in handcuffs, checked them for fit, and double locked them. I advised him that he was being placed under arrest for criminal trespass with property damage under the family violence act. I put him in the rear passenger seat of my patrol car and transported him to his address and allowed him to speak with his parents.

I let Harrison out of my patrol vehicle and he stated to me [REDACTED BY AGENCY]. [REDACTED BY AGENCY] was asked if he wanted to press charges on Harrison for the [REDACTED BY AGENCY] and [REDACTED BY AGENCY] stated that he did not. [REDACTED BY AGENCY] was then advised of warrant procedures.

I then transported Harrison to the Coweta County Jail and turned him over to the jail staff without further incident. BWC was activated.

I took photographs of the property damage and uploaded them onto evidence.com under this case number.