LOVELL, MAGGIE LISA
Date of Booking:
Reason(s) For Booking:
POSSESSION OF METH
BURGLAR 2ND DEGREE
BURGLARY 2ND DEGREE
BURGLARY 2ND DEGREE
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On the 5th day of October 2022, Deputy CHRIS CARTER was dispatched and responded code 1 to 15838 Highway 197 N, in Clarkesville, GA, in reference to a burglary that had already occurred.
Upon arrival, CARTER met with the complainant [REDACTED BY AGENCY] said she went to close out today at the restaurant and realized that cash ($700.00) from Tuesday was missing. [REDACTED BY AGENCY] stated she went back and checked the camera in the restaurant and, around 0500 hours, saw MAGGIE LOVELL entered the restaurant prior to staff arriving.
[REDACTED BY AGENCY] said the door frame had been broken by someone recently, and that’s why she had the camera facing the door. [REDACTED BY AGENCY] stated the door could have easily been carded even though the door was locked. [REDACTED BY AGENCY] then showed the video to CARTER.
At the beginning of the video, CARTER noticed headlights in the restaurant’s window. CARTER saw a female enter the restaurant wearing a hoodie pulled up and around her head, showing only her face. MAGGIE was inside the restaurant for 45 seconds before exiting again.
CARTER notified the on-call investigator of the incident. CARTER provided [REDACTED BY AGENCY] with an agency voluntary witness statement which she filled out. CARTER gave [REDACTED BY AGENCY] the agency case number and instructions on obtaining a copy of the report if needed, and [REDACTED BY AGENCY] provided CARTER with the video.
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