According to the chief, Markley was warned repeatedly not to go near the station.
His arrest warrant shows the unwanted communication with the officers began in July 2017, and the harassing messages continued despite Markley being warned repeatedly not to contact the women. He was issued at least three criminal trespass warnings instructing him to stay away from the station, according to his warrant.
But Markley was arrested May 6 after the chief spotted him in the parking lot with a loaded weapon in the front seat.
In Markley’s car, officers found firearms, airsoft guns, ammunition, a machete and a tactical vest, authorities said.
He was charged with stalking and criminal trespass, both of which are misdemeanors. Two weeks later, he remains held at the Cobb jail without bond, records show. According to his warrant, Markley’s bond was denied because he’s believed to be a danger to a person or the community.