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Woman Knocks on Doors, Ask For 'Pot, Alcohol, Pills'

Following her arrest, the 60-year-old Cartersville woman became irate and began hitting her head against the police car window, according to a Bartow County Sheriff's Office deputy.

Christine Yates White, 60, of East View Terrace SE in Cartersville. Credit: Bartow County Sheriff's Office
Christine Yates White, 60, of East View Terrace SE in Cartersville. Credit: Bartow County Sheriff's Office
A woman who prompted several Cartersville residents to call 911 was allegedly knocking on doors asking for drinks and drugs.

Bartow County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to Penny Lane about 1:30 a.m Saturday to reports of a woman "walking around knocking on residents' doors," according to the Bartow County Sheriff's Office report, above.

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When deputies arrived, Christine Yates White, 60, of East View Terrace SE in Cartersville, was lying in front of a vehicle at a Penny Lane home. She smelled of alcohol, had slurred speech and could not keep her balance very well, a deputy wrote in the report.

A man who had called 911 told deputies White "had been knocking on his front door for several minutes when he finally answered." He said White "began asking for 'pot, alcohol, and pills,'" according to the report.

White, who tried to walk away several times while talking to police, said she was looking for her boyfriend. She was arrested on prowling and disorderly conduct charges.

After she was put in the back seat of a police car, White "became irate and began hitting her head against the window," according to the police report.

"I then began to transport Christine to the Bartow County Jail at which time I had to stop, and with help from assisting deputies, calm (White) down and restrain her from hitting her head," a deputy wrote in the report.

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