Julian Lee Faulkenstein, 24, allegedly pushed a woman to the ground and punched another in the back of the head, throwing her around a bedroom, during a Sunday incident, which began about 9 p.m. at Faulkenstein's Pine Grove Road home, according to the Cartersville Police Department report, above.
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One of the woman drank too much at "the party," became ill and retired to Faulkenstein's bedroom to "sleep it off," according to her friend, who told police Faulkenstein became irate when about 5 a.m. she found him standing over the unconscious woman wearing only his underwear.
The woman said she would not leave her friend alone with Faulkenstein, who pushed her down when she refused to leave the room. The sleeping woman awoke and "began to push and fight (Faulkenstein), trying to get him away from her," an officer wrote in the report.
Faulkenstein allegedly then punched the victim and locked her in the bathroom. Her friend ran outside to call someone for a ride, and Faulkenstein locked her out of the home, she told police.
The friend said she threw rocks at a window, breaking the glass and drawing Faulkenstein to the door, then ran inside and removed the victim from the locked room. Both women then ran out of the house and were picked up by a friend, they told police.
The mother of one of the women said her daughter woke her "in a panic" about 5 a.m. Monday. She said she took the two younger women back to Faulkenstein's house "to figure out what happened," according to the report.
The mom said Faulkenstein became irate and threw a metal object at her, after pushing the victim down, again. They called police and later checked the victim, who told police she may have been raped, into a hospital.
An investigator found the rape allegation to be unfounded, but decided to file battery, false imprisonment and furnishing alcohol to minors charges against Faulkenstein. He was arrested on those charges about 7 a.m. Tuesday.
Faulkenstein was at odds with the city of Cartersville over his sign flipping business for some time, appearing before the council several times, until officials decided in 2012 that the twirling or rotating of signs would not be allowed on public property.
In March, he was charged in connection with a Rydal house party that netted Bartow County authorities 30 arrests.
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