A Barrow County Sheriff's deputy was dispatched to the woman's Kennedy Sells Road home after she reported she was being harassed by the male. The woman explained she met the male online and the two had been communicating for about a month. The woman said she did not know the man's real name and knew him only as "Gwinnett Daddy."
According to the woman, "Gwinnett Daddy" came to her house on Sept. 20. Based on text messages the woman allowed the deputy to read, the purpose of the meeting was to have sex. When "Gwinnett Daddy" arrived at the house, she told him to wait outside and be patient. He failed to do that and began honking his horn. The woman said she texted him to stop honking the horn, but he refused to comply.
"[The woman] showed me she texted him some insulting and profane words," the deputy wrote in the report. "Based on the text messages, I saw [the woman] initiated the conflict and started the issues. I also observed that [the woman] sent the male a text telling him she was going to take a bat to his knees and use her 22 on him."
The woman said even though "Gwinnett Daddy" left her house, he repeatedly texted her to advise he was close and had left something on her property. The woman asked the deputy to check the property and document the incident, which he did. The deputy also called the male's phone and left a voice message advising him to stop contacting the woman. He also had the woman send the male a text message along the same lines.
No further action was taken.
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