August 13, 2009
Madison Police Department
• On August 8 Kevin Centrell Massey, 31, Madison, was arrested and charged with selling cocaine, possession of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a school and possession of cocaine within 1000 feet of a park after an officer observed Massey standing next to a bicycle on East Washington Street.
According to reports, two officers approached Massey because he had an outstanding warrant. While Massey was being arrested for the outstanding warrant an officer seized a piece of suspected crack cocaine from Massey.
• On August 8 a larceny from building complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road motel after a woman reported that when the family left the motel room to go swimming someone entered the room and removed $2,000 from the complainant’s wallet.
• On August 8 Clyde Griffin Walsh, 48, Hilda, S. C., was arrested and charged with public intoxication and interference with a public business after an officer responded to a complaint from a woman that Walsh was harassing her at a car wash.
According to reports, Walsh allegedly asked a woman for water at the car wash. When the woman refused the man water the man allegedly cursed at the woman and left. Officers found Walsh at a department store.
He was arrested outside the store.
• On August 7 John Vincent Holsenbeck, 19, Bonaire, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and speeding after an officer stopped Holsenbeck for allegedly speeding on the Madison by-pass.
Following the stop, reports state, an officer allegedly found a pill bottle with suspected marijuana, two marijuana grinders and a blue glass pipe.
• On July 27 a harassing communication complaint was filed at a Madison Avenue location after a woman reported that a man had driven by her house and threatened her 14-year-old granddaughter. The woman said her granddaughter and the man’s relative were chatting on Facebook when the two begin to argue.
The man told police that the complainant had called her residence and cursed at him.’
• On August 9 Andy S. Hubbard, 21, Madison, was arrested and charged with shoplifting after he allegedly took four DVD movies from Wal-Mart without paying for the items. Value of the DVD’s is approximately $80.
•On August 6 damage to property complaint was filed at an Eatonton Highway location after a man reported that during a verbal altercation with a woman when the woman allegedly reached into the man’s vehicle and broke a windshield wiper switch.
• On August 6 a harassing communication complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location after a woman reported that her ex-boyfriend and the father of her child was following her and threatening her.
• On August 5 a simple assault complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location after a woman reported that while she was at a Highway 83 gas station a man known to her came up to the vehicle and began to beat her on the face. The woman was driven to the hospital.
• On August 4 Lucas Williams, 28, Eatonton, was arrested and charged with DUI, possession of cocaine and open container after an officer stopped Williams for alleged loud music violations. Following the stop, reports state, an officer located a small amount of suspected cocaine in Williams’ hat.
• On August 3 a burglary complaint was filed at an East Washington Street location after a man reported that someone had entered his residence and removed a 32-inch Polaroid flat screen television. The television was valued at $750.
• On August 2 Wilbert Young, 63, Madison, was arrested and charged with terroristic threats and cruelty to children after he allegedly threatened a child and a man with a butcher knife.
• On August 9 a trespassing complaint was filed at a Durden Road location after a woman reported that she was concerned because of a man’s erratic behavior. Deputies spoke to the man and he agreed to stay off the woman’s property.
• On August 6 a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at a Riden Road location after a woman reported that someone had used a tool to attempt to gain entry into her residence.
• On August 6 a theft of mail complaint was filed at a Fairplay Road location after a man reported that a neighbor had returned opened mail to him. The neighbor reported that they found the mail on the road.
• On August 6 Titus Walker, 35, Madison, was arrested and charged with obstruction after deputies responded to complaints that Walker was breaking beer bottles on Hayes Street.
When officers arrived, reports state, Walker allegedly refused to stop walking away. A deputy deployed a taser weapon and Walker stopped walking. He was then arrested and transported to the Morgan County Detention Center.
• On August 5 a domestic dispute complaint was filed at an Athens Highway location after a man alleged that his wife had removed two framed photographs from a wall and thrown them on the floor.
When deputies arrived the wife was packing personal items and told the deputy that she was leaving the residence.
• On August 4 a damage to property complaint was filed at the Morgan County Station Two Fire Department after a man reported that someone had backed into a well pump at the fire department.
Damages are estimated at $150. The report also states that a man called dispatch and reported that he had backed into the well pump but could not stay at the scene because he would be late for work.
• On August 3 a harassing phone call complaint was filed at a Shake Rag Road location after a man reported that his ex-girl friend sent a text message. The man said he told the woman to cease but she sent four more text messages and made several phone calls to both the man and his wife. Some of the messages were of a threatening nature, reports state.
• On August 4 a burglary complaint was filed at an Athens Highway location after a man reported that someone had pried off a lock to his business, entered the business and removed coins from a desk drawer.
• On August 3 a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at a Fambrough Bridge Road, Rutledge location after a woman reported that she had left her Lexus parked at her ex-boyfriend’s house for a month.
The woman said the ex-boyfriend called her and told her that he was “going to take an axe to your car if you don’t come get it today.”
The woman said when she retrieved the car she noticed new scratch marks, including an obscenity on the vehicle.
• On August 3 a criminal trespass report was filed at the Rutledge Post Office after a woman reported that a woman customer inquired about her Social Security check. When the woman was told that the check had not arrived she allegedly became irate and threw a candy dish at the post office employee. When the employee retreated to the back of the post office, reports state, the woman then threw a wooden box of forms at the employee. The woman then allegedly threatened two customers in the lobby before she left. Reports state that the two customers told the woman to calm down and leave and the woman allegedly began rummaging through her purse and told the customers that she would “show” them something. The two customers said they were afraid that the woman was possible searching for a weapon in her purse. The woman then left the post office.
• On August 3 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Mergendollar Road, Good Hope location after a man reported that someone in a dark sport utility vehicle allegedly fired a shot into the man’s house.
• On August 3 a battery complaint was filed at a Fairplay Road location after a woman reported that while she was on the way home from Alabama with her ex-boyfriend, the boyfriend began calling the woman names and then threw a pillow and a blanket out of the vehicle before back-handing the woman and grabbing her hair. The woman reported that she left the truck and called her sister. After she left the truck, reports state, the woman alleged that the man followed behind her and continued to call her derogatory names. He also allegedly threatened to cut the woman with a machete that he had in the truck.