Macon man tells deputies 'I got freedom of speech' during fight, goes to jail
MACON, Ga. -- A Macon man went to jail last week after he reportedly refused to leave someone's home and became disorderly with law enforcement.
A Bibb County Sheriff's report says deputies got to a home in the 130 block of Comer Terrace around 8:30 a.m. Thursday about a fight in which one party was apparently "wielding a hammer."
When deputies got to the scene they reportedly found 28-year-old Aaron Devin Jones standing on the home's front porch "yelling loudly and cursing."
According to the report, a woman came out on the porch and told deputies that she'd let Jones spend the night but when she asked him to go that morning "he began to scream, yell and refused to leave."
Deputies reported that Jones kept interrupting when the woman was giving her statement, even after they asked him several times "to either leave the property or to stop yelling and cursing."
Jones reportedly refused all of these commands and after one last verbal warning from deputies he replied, "I don't have to do a motherf***ing thing dawg" and "I got freedom of speech."
According to the report, deputies took him to the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center for disorderly conduct after that.