Winder Man Enjoys a Beer Outside Local Supermarket Followed by Ride to Barrow County Detention Center

A Winder police officer observed the man drinking a Bud Light at a table outside the Winder Ingles.

A Winder man continued drinking a beer outside a local grocery store despite being approached by law enforcement. 

About 7:45 p.m. May 5, an officer with the was dispatched to in reference to a report of suspicious people. 

When the officer arrived at the supermarket, two white males and a white female were observed sitting outside at one of the store's tables. The two males appeared to be drinking a can of beer. 

The officer walked past the suspects, into the store and spoke with the store manager. Inside, the officer had a clear view of the three suspects and observed one of the males drinking a can of Bud Light. According to an incident report, when the officer approached the trio and asked for IDs, the suspect continued to drink his beer. 

Marcus Eric Brown, 32, of 249 Farlow Drive in Winder was arrested and charged with public intoxication before being transported to the . 


A  at in Winder after she admitted to police she had poured wine into a Sprite bottle and concealed it in her purse was .

That same date, a cold 12-pack of Modelo Especial beer, Gorilla Tape, a Spiderman coloring book, a Little Trees brand air freshener and two packages of Elmers Krazy Glue from the Winder Ingles. 

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Jay12 May 11, 2012 at 04:59 AM
Really unnecessary use of tax dollars and police just to remove him for drinking.
Wayne Hanson July 05, 2012 at 07:41 PM
There's some really brilliant people around here.


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