Chatsworth man arrested on warrants dating back to 1998 after causing scene at Dalton business
According to a Whitfield County Sheriff's Office incident report, on Thursday, August 20th, 2020, at approximately 5:15 PM, Whitfield County Dispatch received a call about a male, later identified as Jesse Ellison, 45 of Chatsworth, trespassing on a property off Mayo Street. The caller stated the male was wearing a blue shirt, shorts, and tennis shoes. The caller then stated that Ellison had jumped his fence and was in the backyard of a residence off South Dixie Highway. Dispatch then received a call from an employee from Bob's Burgers in reference to a male entering a vehicle in the parking lot. The employee identified as Mr. Patel told dispatch that the male was wearing a black shirt and shorts with long hair and a red hat. Mr. Patel then advised that the male had left and walked across the street to National Flooring Supplies and was currently on Maurine Street. The deputy arrived on the scene and saw Ellison, who matched the description walk behind the National Flooring Supplies building. Both deputies got out with the subject and detained him while conducting the investigation. They transported Ellison to Bob's Burger and spoke with the employee. At this time, another deputy arrived on the scene and spoke with Mr. Patel, who stated that he was with a Budweiser employee "doing an order" when Ellison came inside the business and grabbed one of the Budweisers. Ellison started to open the beer before he paid for it, so Mr. Patel advised him that he would have to pay for it first. Mr. Patel escorted Ellison to the register and made sure he paid for it. Ellison then walked out to the parking lot and got inside Mr. Patel's minivan. Another employee walked over to the vehicle, tapped on the window, and asked Ellison what he was doing. She stated it looked like Ellison was messing around with the ignition. Mr. Patel walked out to his vehicle, where he saw Ellison standing outside the driver door. Ellison then asked the employee if he wanted to fight. Ellison was showing to have four active warrants through Whitfield County dating back to 1998. Dispatch confirmed all the warrants and advised they were in hand at the jail. A deputy transported Ellison to the Whitfield County Jail charged with burglary in the 2nd degree. The deputy also served Ellison with the following warrants. Leaving the scene of an accident, (#W20-1062) theft by taking, (#CF46959) Theft by Taking, (#CF44144) Bench warrant, case (#38969-J).