A Henry County woman who contributed two poems to the popular "Chicken Soup for the Soul" books series was arrested after leaving a less-than-heartwarming impression on her neighbors.
Jill Leslie Grubb-Travoss, 51, was charged with disturbing the peace and obstructing an officer early Monday morning.
Some residents of her subdivision said Travoss drunkenly harassed them after a volatile Homeowners Association meeting, where she had lost an election to the board.
One neighbor called McDonough police claiming Travoss was intoxicated and would not leave his yard, and another resident said Travoss called her five times within 15 minutes, according to police reports.
"She said I was going to be sorry about the way I voted," said the resident, who asked not to be identified. "And then she started singing the National Anthem. I told her, 'I know it's you, Jill, I have Caller ID.'"
An officer arrested Travoss, but she removed her handcuffs twice, police said.
Travoss contributed two poems to "Chicken Soup for the Grandparents' Soul," published in 2002.