On Wednesday, Jan. 28, Sgt. Jonathan Jones responded to 56 Benedict Road in reference to a third party call of a domestic dispute that had already occurred.
On arrival, Jones spoke with the victim, Crystal Renee Williams, 19, 70 Benedict School Road, who stated that she and her husband, Lachancey Colan Williams, 22, also of 70 Benedict Road, had been involved in a domestic dispute that had become physical.
Renee Williams said that during the dispute, her husband had struck her on the upper part of her right arm and had also shoved her into a door, causing her to temporarily lose her breath.
Jones did observe a red mark on her right, upper arm that was still visible.
Renee Williams stated that the incedent had occurred at their home. Jones then proceded to the incedent location to speak to her husband.
Upon speaking to Lachancey Colan Williams, Jones found that his statement was very similar to that of his wife.
He did admit to striking his wife near the area where the redness was noted.
Lachancey Colan Williams was a arrested and transported to the Polk County Jail and charged with simple battery under the Georgia Family Violence Act.
One day later, on Thursday, Jan. 29, Officer John Pilgrim and Sgt. Jon Jones of the Polk County Police Department received a call of domestic violence at 206 Cason Road.
The victim, Myra Campbell, 40, stated that she had just returned home from a recreational league basketball game with her two children when she found her husband, Dennis Dewayne Campbell, 45, intoxicated.
She said that she and her husband began arguing, at which point she made sure the two children had eaten their meals and went to bed.
The argument became more heated and Myra Campbell explained that her husband threw her to the floor.
Pilgrim noted that the living room area looked as if there had been a struggle and that a telephone was broken.
According to Pilgrim, Myra Campbell had red splotches on her back.
The children, ages 10 and 12 were still in bed asleep.
Dennis Campbell was then arrested and charged with simple battery under the Georgia Family Violence Act.