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Brunswick Man Convicted of False Imprisonment, Felony Stalking, and Sexual Battery
State v. Ron Adam Weeks

March 8, 2023

District Attorney Keith Higgins announces that Ron Adams Weeks, 42, of Brunswick, was convicted of False Imprisonment, Felony Stalking, and Sexual Battery, following a jury trial in Glynn County Superior Court which concluded on March 7, 2023.

The charges stem from a series of incidents that began in April of 2021 when the defendant, Ron Adam Weeks, went to a county office and was assisted by the victim, a Glynn County employee. Following that initial interaction, Weeks began to come by the county employee’s office on a regular basis and not leave her office. Weeks would also harass her with telephone calls and would wait for the victim outside of her office and follow her to her vehicle. The victim’s supervisor told Weeks he was to have no contact with the victim and to stay away from the office. The situation evolved to the point where the victim had to take out a good behavior warrant to keep Weeks away from her. Following the expiration of the warrant, on July 12, 2021, Weeks again went to the victim’s office. After checking the area to see if anyone else was in or near the victim’s office, Weeks entered her office, would not leave and followed her around. At one point, Weeks got behind the victim, pushed her against a table, reached under her skirt, ran his hand up her leg and touched her vagina. Weeks then moved her towards another area and detained her until she was able to distract him by telling him that there were cameras watching him. The victim then got away from the defendant and ran to another person in the building and asked for help to call 911. The incident was investigated by the Glynn County Sheriff’s Office.

Week’s case was prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney’s T. Clifton Woody, II, and Taylor Herron. The trial was presided over by Glynn County Superior Court Judge Stephen G. Scarlett, Sr., and the jury found Weeks guilty of False Imprisonment, Felony Stalking and Sexual Battery. The defendant Weeks has a history of stalking, having pled guilty to both Stalking and Aggravated Stalking in Glynn County Superior Court in April of 2009, and to Aggravated Stalking in August of 2010. On the current charges, Weeks is facing a possible 21 years to serve – 10 years as to the False Imprisonment, 10 years as to the Felony Stalking, and one year as to the Sexual Battery. Weeks will be sentenced as a recidivist because he has at least three prior felony convictions. Sentencing in this case is scheduled for March 17, 2023.

Members of the media with further questions may contact the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office at 912-554-7200.