October 15, 2009
Madison Police Department
• On October 10 two 16-year-old Greensboro youths were arrested and charged with underage possession of alcohol after officers responded to a noise complaint at the Budget Inn. According to reports, when officers arrived they observed several minors in the parking lot outside a room. Officers performed alcohol tests on all the youth in the parking lot outside a room and two tested positive and were arrested.
• On October 9 a larceny from building complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road Waffle House after a woman reported that $58.99 was missing from the cash register.
• On October 9 Crystal Louise Adams, 28, Patrick, S. C. was arrested and charged with DUI drugs, DUI, endangering a child, failure to maintain lane, possession of dangerous drugs, tampering with evidence, drugs not in original container and carrying drugs across a guard line. According to reports, a Madison officer responded to a complaint that a vehicle on Interstate 20 was weaving.
When the officer stopped the vehicle driven by Adams, reports state, Adams allegedly failed the field sobriety tests and the officer reported that during the field sobriety test Adams allegedly reached toward her crotch area several times. Also, reports state, a blue oval pill fell from her pants leg.
Reports state that a second blue pill fell from Adams’ pants leg. After Adams arrest, reports state, she was handcuffed with her hands in front but she unfastened her pants and placed her hands in her crotch area. She was handcuffed to the rear and continued to attempt to get her hands in her pants, reports state.
When she was exiting the patrol car at the jail two more blue pills fell from her pants leg. While at the jail Adams was searched and officers found a plastic bag concealed in her crotch area that contained 27 various pills. Adams’ 9-year-old child and 6-year-old child were left in the custody of a 17-year-old male. All three were in the vehicle at the time of the arrest.
• On October 8 Polly Ann Karakos, 40, Madison was arrested and charged with aggravated stalking after she allegedly approached a man in the Wal-Mart parking lot after the man had secured a temporary protective order against Karakos. While an officer was interviewing Karakos her son was also arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after he allegedly threatened to beat the man.
• On October 7 Daniel Patrick Hahn, 18, Madison was arrested and charged with DUI, minor in possession of alcohol and possession of an open container after an officer observed a vehicle parked in the lower parking lot of the Morgan County High School at 2:50 a.m.
The vehicle’s lights were on and were directed toward a skate ramp. When the officer approached, reports state, a white male standing outside the vehicle fled. Hahn was allegedly driving the vehicle. An officer found an opened bottle of vodka in the vehicle.
Two 15-year-old girls and an 18-year-old male at the scene were tested for alcohol but tested negative.
• On October 8 Lamar Stevenson, 17, Madison, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass after officers responded to a shoplifting compliant at an Eatonton Road grocery store. According to reports, the store manager allegedly identified Stevenson as one of two men who fled from the store with merchandise. Officers searched an apartment complex behind the store and found Stevenson lying in tall grass. He was secured and charged with criminal trespass because the store has banned Stevenson. No merchandise was found.
• On October 8 a larceny complaint was filed at the parking lot of the Eatonton Road Quality Inn after a man reported that sometime in the previous night someone had entered his 2006 Ford F-250 and removed a GPS unit. Also at the Eatonton Road Comfort Inn a man reported that on the same date and time period someone entered his vehicle and took a navigation unit and two credit cards.
By the time the complainant had determined that the cards were stolen they had already been used at several retail stores. At the Hampton Inn at roughly the same time period, a man reported that someone had taken his 2006 Ford F-150 pickup truck. The truck is valued at $20,000.
• On October 6 a damage to property complaint was filed at the Morgan County Library, East Avenue, after an 82-year-old man reported that while he was in the library for one hour someone took his bicycle.
• On October 6 a damage to property complaint was at a Lakeview Drive location after a man reported that someone had entered the residence and punched a hole in one wall and tore a screen. There were pry marks around one door to the residence, reports state.
• On October 6 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a Morgan Circle location after a man reported that his girlfriend had taken his cell phone.
Officers located the girlfriend and retrieved the cell phone but later the woman called police and alleged that the man had returned to her residence and removed $200 from a purse in the woman’s vehicle.
• On October 5 a threat to injure person complaint was filed at a South Main Street location after a man reported that while he was in a parking lot, another man pulled up and asked the complainant if he was friends with another man. When the complainant confirmed the friendship, reports state, the man in the vehicle allegedly threatened to kill both the complainant and the friend.
The man was positively identified because the complainant observed a woman he works with in the vehicle.
Morgan County Sheriff’s Office
• On October 1 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Bostwick Highway location after a man reported that at approximately 1:15 a.m. he woke up to the sound of a dirt bike. The complainant said he walked outside and noticed that his dirt bike was missing. He called a neighbor who reported observing a dirt bike ride by his house. A search of the area did not locate a bike but officers did find an area near chicken houses on Head Road that appeared to have been used to load the bike on a pickup truck.
• On October 1 a theft of property complaint was filed at a Newborn Road convenience store after a man reported that he had lost his wallet at the store. The man said that the wallet contained a bank card, $250 in cash, a driver’s license, a credit card and a key.
• On October 2 a dog bite complaint was filed at a Wallace Road location after a man reported that while he was walking down Wallace Road a “German Shepherd” looking dog came up to him and bit his left hand. There was a small puncture wound between the man’s thumb and finger.
The man said he had seen the dog earlier in the area but did not know who owned the dog.
• On October 2 a burglary complaint was filed at a Hardeman Mill Road, Bostwick location after a woman reported that she was awakened by her dog barking.
The woman said she then heard a noise like glass shattering, her dog continued to bark and she heard a man yelling in the back yard. The woman said she then saw a pickup truck leaving the residence in the direction of Bostwick.
• On September 29 a burglary complaint was filed at a Sandy Creek Road location after a man reported that he returned home after being gone for a week and discovered that someone had removed a Superior Arms assault rifle from his bedroom. The complainant said the rifle and two 30 round magazines were located under his bed and that the bedroom door had been locked.
• On October 8 a sexual battery complaint was filed at an Estes Road, Rutledge location after the parents of a 13-year-old female reported that a 13-year-old male had been texting and calling the girl despite the family’s instructions to stop. The father said he visited the boy and the boy denied that he had been texting and calling the girl.
The girl also said that on October 8 the boy came to her house and made sexual advances towards her.
• On October 8 an abandoned vehicle report was filed at a Parks Mill Road location after a deputy reported that he was dispatched to a single vehicle accident.
When the deputy arrived he located a black Ford pickup truck lodged against two trees approximately 20 feet off the roadway up an embankment. The deputy reported that the vehicle had apparently struck a deer.
No driver was present but the deputy found that the engine was still warm and there was an open beer under the front seat.
• On October 8 a burglary complaint was filed at a Centennial Road, Rutledge location after a man reported that someone had thrown a brick through a glass window and entered his house and removed a 8mm revolver, a laptop computer, $384 in Sunday school funds from his church, a strong box containing two wills and a toy white horse.
• On October 4 a burglary complaint was filed at Morgan County Fire Station # 9, Seven Islands Road after a man reported that someone had pried open the back doors of the station, entered the station and removed a 20” chainsaw. There was also evidence that the fire trucks in the building had been searched.
• On October 2 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Greensboro Road location after a man reported that someone had taken his Husqvarna chainsaw and weed eater.
The man suspects a neighbor has taken the items but the neighbors denied taking the items.