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Intoxicated, Aggressive Male Found Lying in Restaurant Parking Lot

Man “kept swearing and making outrageous statements” according to police.

A 29-year-old Loganville man was charged with public drunkenness after a Nov. 4 encounter with Gwinnett County Police in the parking lot of T.G.I.Friday’s on Mall of Georgia Boulevard.

A bystander called 911 after noticing the man, later identified as Justin Maloy, lying in the parking lot with injuries to his face and arms.

“When I arrived on scene, I observed the male was very intoxicated and extremely aggressive,” the officer wrote in the arrest report.

Maloy was reportedly unable to stand straight and “kept swearing and making outrageous statements.” He allegedly pointed at the officer and said, “I’m going to [expletive deleted] you up.” According to the report, he also informed another officer he intended to perform an act of sodomy upon him and carry out the same act of violence against him with which he threatened the first officer.

None of the bystanders claimed to know how Maloy was injured. Medics were called to the scene and attempted to transport Maloy to the hospital for further evaluation. However, Maloy remained uncooperative forcing the ambulance to stop a “few times” due to his behavior. Eventually, the officer who was following the ambulance to the hospital handcuffed Maloy to “keep him under control.” The officer ended up transporting Maloy to the hospital in the patrol car because the medics were uncomfortable with him in the ambulance, according to the report.

“[Maloy] was turned over to security at the hospital and sedated in order to have a facial x-ray,” the officer wrote.

After being treated, Maloy was booked into the jail on a charge of public drunkenness and was released later that day on a $2,950 bond.

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Nicole Kull November 11, 2012 at 07:09 PM
The bond was not $2,950!! I dont know where you got your facts but they are all wrong.
Kristi Reed (Editor) November 11, 2012 at 07:32 PM
Hi Nicole - The information in the article, as specified in the article, was obtained from the Gwinnett County Police report. The bond amount is the amount listed on the Gwinnett County Sheriff's website: http://www.gwinnettcountysheriff.com/asp/docket2week.asp

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