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DALTON, GA (Times Free Press) -

Dalton, GA police arrested a man for allegedly spitting on a child, dropping his pants in a public place and yelling about devil worshipers, Hispanics, homosexuals and "Tennessee trash."

Officers arrested 47-year-old James Ralph Dockery, of 329 Zion Hill Church Road in Chatsworth, Ga., on Sunday. Dockery is charged with nine crimes, including two counts of battery and two counts of disorderly conduct.

According to a police report, Dockery's day of disruption began at a RaceTrac convenience store around 2 p.m. As Dockery walked into the store, located at 1511 W. Walnut Ave., he yelled at Brandon Coover.

He accused Coover of loving Satan and kissing the devil's butt. When Coover walked inside, according to police, Dockery followed, yelling at him the whole time.

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