Madison Police Department

Madison Police Department

Jesse Walker Law Enforcement

On Feb. 8 a theft by conversion complaint was filed at Auto 1, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a woman alleged that she had given her 1984 Monte Carlo to her brother in Decatur and that the man then gave the Monte Carlo to a contract employee at the business who was going to paint the vehicle. However, reports state, that employee left the business more than nine months ago. The vehicle was not located and the employee no longer answers the complainant’s phone calls.

On Feb. 8 Rameeshah D. Odom, 23, Madison was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. According to reports, officers responded to a fight in progress call at Madison Villas, Bramblewood Road. Reports state that when an officer arrived he observed Odom with her arms stuck into a vehicle. The vehicle’s driver had rolled the windows up on Odom’s arms, trapping Odom. The officer demanded that the driver roll down the window and release Odom. Odom then allegedly told the officer that she had engaged in physical combat with the driver. The driver said her child and Odom’s child both have the same father. The officer reported that he observed blood splatter near the front door of the residence and smelled a slight marijuana smell emanating from the apartment.

On Feb. 7 a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at an East Jefferson Street residence. According to reports, a man reported that his son had gotten in trouble at school and as he was transporting the son home the child allegedly threw a phone out of the car. The child then broke a front window of the residence and knocked a $1,500 television of fa stand, shattering the screen. The man requested that a juvenile complaint be filed against the 15-year-old child. The child was transported to the emergency room of Morgan Memorial Hospital for evaluation.

On Feb. 7 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at Hampton Inn, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man said someone had shattered the driver’s side window of his vehicle. The complainant said, however, that nothing appeared to have been taken from the vehicle.

On Feb. 6 Raphael Ramon M. Thomas, 32, Madison was arrested and charged with simple battery and criminal damage to property. According to reports, a woman alleged that Thomas accused her of infidelity and attacked her at a Maple Street residence. The attack allegedly included scratching  on the woman’s arm, neck and stomach and bites on the neck and stomach. The woman also allegedly that Thomas ripped electrical wires from trunk speakers on her vehicle and ripped electrical wires from the engine on her vehicle, disabling the vehicle.

On Feb. 6 Sara Marie Gibson, 34, Madison was arrested and charged with shoplifting. According to reports, an officer was flagged down near row 10 at the Wal Mart parking lot by a Wal Mart employee. When the officer arrived he observed a woman sitting on a motorized shopping cart next to a SUV. Reports state that there was a pair of white tennis shoes in the cart’s basket with no price tags on the shoes. The woman told the officer she had not stolen the shoes but had ridden the cart to the SUV to get a phone to take a picture of the shoes to send to her mother to get affirmation of the shoe purchase. The officer noted while speaking with the woman that there was a bulge in her zip-up jacket. Gibson denied having merchandise hidden under her jacket but when pressed by the officer to lift the jacket several clothing items fell from the jacket. Gibson was then ordered to place the items in the motorized cart’s basket and was then arrested. The officer also located several items of clothing in the front seat of the SUV. Gibson said, reports state, that her sister had purchased the items at the Wal Mart in Eatonton. The officer also confiscated those items and told Gibson they would be returned to her sister when she produced  a receipt. Gibson allegedly told the officer that her sister was fearful of police and “most likely” would not report to the police with a receipt. She then allegedly recanted and said she had no money and took the items for her mother and son.

On Feb. 5 a theft by taking complaint was filed at Auto 1, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee said someone had taken an electronic diagnostic device valued at $4,800.

On Feb. 11 a found property report was filed at the intersection of Georgia Highway 83 and Georgia Highway 12. According to reports, an officer responded to a dispatch call regarding a loaded handgun on the street. Reports state when the officer arrived he spoke with the complainant who stated that he saw the gun while driving on the roadway. The pistol was in the southbound lane of Georgia Highway 83 and had a full, loaded magazine but no bullet in the chamber. Reports state there were no legible serial numbers on the pistol.

On Feb. 8 a deposit account fraud complaint was filed at Madison Medical Associates, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee reported that a woman used her mother’s credit card to pay for services on two occasions. However, reports state, the mother stopped payment on both charges although she had allowed her daughter to use the card in the past.

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