Madison Police Department
• On April 15 Curtis Terez Perryman, 18, Madison, was arrested and charged with a gas drive off after he allegedly prepaid for $8 worth of gas but pumped $53.43 worth of gas. According to reports, after Perryman was arrested he told authorities he thought he was “blessed” to get the extra gas and didn’t realize he needed to pay.
• On April 11 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Mary Magnan Boulevard location after a man reported that someone had punctured two tires on an Ingersoll-Rand paver, punctured two tires on an Dynapac Paver, punctured four tires on a 2006 Kenworth, broke a windshield on the Kenworth and scratched the hood on the Kenworth. Officers located and documented foot tracks and tire tracks and processed a rock thrown through the windshield of the vehicle.
• On April 11 Garrett Scot Mozingo, 18, Madison, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct after he allegedly was found nude in the back of a pickup truck at Heritage Park. According to reports, two people walking a track around the park reported observing Mozingo nude in the back of the truck. Mozingo told officers he was attempting to get a tan because spring break was approaching. He told officers he had driven around locked gates in an attempt to secure a private area for tanning. He also told officers he had fallen asleep and was not aware that anyone had observed him.
• On April 12 a shoplifting complaint was filed at a Eatonton Road convenience store after a woman reported that two black males had entered the store and removed eight cartons of Marlboro cigarettes and seven cartons of Doral cigarettes. According to reports the men entered the store with a woman who purchased an alcoholic beverage. The clerk said after the purchase and while she was attempting to clean up a broken bottle, the men came back to the store and wanted to exchange the beverage. During this time one of the men went behind the counter and took the cigarettes.
• On April 14 a disorderly conduct complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road fast food restaurant after a man reported that a 64-year-old man has repeatedly come into the store, aroused himself and then displayed himself to employees. The man was located at a nearby gas station by Madison officers but denied the accusations. Officers are going to obtain video of the store to verify the charges. The man was told not to return to the store.
• On April 13 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Lions Club Road location after a man reported that someone had cut a pad lock and attempted to steal a trailer with a Kubota Trac Ho. The attempt, however, was unsuccessful.
• On April 16 a sudden snatch robbery report was filed at an Eatonton Highway truck stop after three men reported that some men had grabbed their money and fled. Reports state that one of the victims said they were called over by several white males to observe a gambling card game. The men said the males asked them if they had money and they said yes, but they were not going to gamble. The men demanded that they show them the money and, the victim said, when they did the men snatched more than $600 from the victims and fled the area in a burgundy Lincoln Towncar.
• On April 13 a shoplifting complaint was filed at a West Washington Street store after a woman reported that on April 7 between noon and 1:30 p.m. someone removed $198 worth of clothing from the store.
• On April 13 a larceny complaint was filed at an Old Post Road location after a man reported that he had left his red Troybilt lawnmower in his back yard and when he went to retrieve the mower it was gone.
• On April 7 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Monticello Road location after a man reported that someone had thrown a candle through the windshield of his girlfriend’s vehicle. Security cameras recorded the incident, reports state, and show a man throwing the candle at the vehicle. Officers are processing the tape to determine the identity of the suspect.
• On April 6 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Mary Magnan Boulevard location after a man reported that someone had punctured four tires on a 1999 Ford Super Duty pickup truck and damaged the hood of the truck.
• On April 5 a simple assault complaint was filed at an East Washington Street location after woman reported that while she was speaking with a man she knows, she also engaged in a conversation with three other men near her driveway. The first man, reports state, asked the woman “what was up” at which point she allegedly replied “nothing shorty.” The man then allegedly slapped the woman twice and struck her in the lip with his fist.
Morgan County Sheriff’s Office
• On April 13 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Fairplay Street, Rutledge, location after a man reported that he had just acquired the property through foreclosure and while he was checking the property he observed that most of the tin had been removed from the barn’s roof.
• On April 7 Stephen Gregory Chick, 29, Athens and Brian Scott Wilkerson, 19, Martin were both arrested and charged with felony possession of marijuana after an officer observed a truck hauling an trailer and an SUV stopped at the entrance to The Arbors. Both vehicles had the hood open. The officer reported that he noticed the smell of green marijuana coming from the truck and then found a bag containing suspected marijuana in the truck.
• On April 15 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Bass Road location after a man reported that he was staying at the residence while a female friend left to pick up her son. The man said while he was at the residence the woman’s ex-boyfriend arrived and a few minutes after he left the man noticed the power to the residence went off. The complainant said he noticed the power meter to the residence missing. A deputy reported that earlier the same man had come to the property and turned the breaker off and was told that he could not turn the power off. The same man then told the deputy he was going to take the power meter and he was told he could not.
• On April 17 a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at a James Street, Rutledge, location after a woman reported that a man known to her had rammed his truck into her vehicle and kicked her vehicle. Officers responded and noticed a dent in the vehicle and a foot print on the side of the vehicle.
• On April 18 Lashanda Worrell, 26, Madison, was arrested and charged with criminal damage to property in the second degree after she allegedly threw eggs at a vehicle on Hayes Street. Reports allege that she also smashed the windshield of the vehicle and slashed its four tires.
• On April 16 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Shadyside Lane location after a man reported that someone had taken a piece of channel iron and half of a 14’ tractor harrow.
Printed in the April 21, 2011 edition