An alleged domestic disturbance call to 911 resulted in the arrest of a woman who was charged with aggravated child abuse and child endangerment. Synthia Denise Huckeba, 22, was taken into custody by Georgia authorities Sunday, then surrendered to Bradley County deputies afterward.
According to reports from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, deputies went to an area off Dalton Pike near Rodney Way.
“Before they arrived on the scene, a neighbor who made the initial call reported a woman was outside the residence holding an infant by one leg upside down,” according to Bob Gault, media relations coordinator for BCSO.
Deputies reportedly confirmed the suspect had driven off in a reckless manner with two small children in the vehicle. An alert was issued to local and surrounding law enforcement by 911 dispatchers.
According to Gault, “A short time later a Whitfield County deputy spotted the vehicle driven by Huckeba on Highway 71 and performed a traffic stop. Family members were contacted and took custody of the two children.”
Huckeba was transported by Whitfield County back to the state line where she reportedly surrendered to Bradley County deputies.
Huckeba was charged with aggravated child abuse and two counts of aggravated child endangerment.
She is being held at the Bradley County jail on a $25,000 bond.
n Bradley County Sheriff’s Office received two reports of mailboxes being stolen during the weekend.
According to two reports by deputy Doug Boucher, he was dispatched to two Alton Avenue address and spoke with the victims.
Joseph DeBusk told the deputy someone had taken his mailbox. Tiffany Hall, of 414 Alton Ave., also reported her mailbox stolen.
Boucher ordered extra patrol for the area which is in southeast Bradley County.
No dollar amount was listed regarding loss to either victim.