NWGA Scanner | November 12th, 2021
According to a Georgia State Patrol incident report, on October 31st, 2021, at 9:58 AM, TFC3 Burchett was dispatched to hit-and run-crash on I-75 south at exit 320. According to the report, “The driver of the vehicle that reported the crash stated that a white Mazda with a Tennessee tag of QXX2FD9 had fled the crash scene. The victim stated that the Mazda got off the interstate and turned left toward the Flying J. She Aso gave a detailed description of the female driver that left the scene. Deputy Holley with the Gordon County Sheriffs Office was also dispatched to the crash. The trooper and deputy checked the Flying J and located the reported vehicle backed into a parking space. The vehicle was not occupied. Trooper Burchett reported, “The Mazda had a flat driver’s side rear tire and extensive damage to the driver’s side rear that appeared to be recent damage. The Tennessee drive-out tag on the Mazda was the same as the report tag of QXX2FD9.” The trooper reported the victim’s vehicle had disabling damage from the crash. The victim even had a photo of the rear of the Mazda, including the tag. She stated that the driver of the Mazda stopped after the crash and told her that she was going to call 911. She then took off, leaving the scene of the crash. Deputy Holley, Deputy Baldwin, Deputy Kirby, and the trooper went into the Flying J and located the driver in the women’s bathroom. Deputy Kirby stated that she would not come out. Deputy Kirby waited outside the women’s restroom. After several minutes passed, Deputy Kirby stated that the woman that was in the handicap stall had moved to another restroom stall but would not come out after she gave her several verbal commands. According to the report, at approximately 10:49 AM, Deputy Kirby and Deputy Holley were able to take the female into custody. Trooper Burchett reported, “[I] asked the female subject what happened, and she stated, “I’m sorry, I didn’t see her as I changed lanes.” [I] asked why she left, and she stated, “I just wanted to see my kids for Halloween.” [I] asked for her driver’s license, and she provided me with a Florida identification card.” The female was identified as Katie Rebecca Blocker Weizer, 33, of Pembroke Pines, Florida. According to the report, Wiezer returned with an identification card only, no valid license. She also had three warrants for her arrest. According to the report, “One warrant was out of Kentucky for vehicle theft. She had a warrant was out of Atchison, Kansas, and one out of Alachua, Florida, both for felony failure to appear.” According to the report, Weizer yelled at the victim that she was sorry from the back of the patrol vehicle. Weizer was booked into the Gordon County Jail, charged with hit and run, improper lane change, leaving the scene of an accident, no drivers license, no insurance, and obstruction/hindering of an officer.