Law Enforcement October 4, 2012
Morgan County Sheriff’s Office
• On Sept. 29 John Terry Agee, 23, Loganville, was arrested and charged with reckless driving, DUI and criminal trespass after a Morgan County Sheriff's deputy allegedly observed Agee do "several doughnuts" in the parking lot of McHugh's Hill Baptist Church on Double Bridges Road. According to reports, the deputy observed the activity at approximately 12:43 a.m. and pulled toward the church. Agee allegedly drove a Chevrolet Avalanche from the church but was stopped a short time later by the deputy.
• On Sept. 25 a battery complaint was filed at an Oconee Road, Buckhead, location after a man alleged that another man had threatened to place drugs in the complainant's house and then inform police. The complainant said the man also threatened to burn the house down and insure that the complainant spent many years in prison. The complainant said when he asked the man to leave the man cut him with a broken beer bottle. The man's mother, who allegedly is the complainant's girlfriend, separated the two men. The mother and the suspect then fled the residence in separate vehicles.
Madison Police Department
• On Sept. 28 a counterfeit money and disorderly conduct complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road general store after a woman reported that a customer returned to the store and alleged that the store had given her a counterfeit $10 bill earlier as change. Reports state that the store manager reported that a woman entered the store and claimed the store had given her bogus money. The woman allegedly was cursing at store employees during the encounter. The bill was confiscated.
• On Sept. 28 a damage to property complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location after a woman reported that someone had scratched the word “fool” on the back of the trunk of her white 2006 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. The car also had scratches on the hood and trunk.
• On Sept. 19 a larceny complaint was filed at a Plum Street location after a woman reported that someone had taken two unattended bicycles. The bikes were valued at $500.
• On Sept. 25 Charles Nicholas Shelton, 20, Madison, was arrested and charged with shoplifting after he allegedly took a cell phone case valued at $34.96 without paying for the item from an Eatonton Road department store.
• On Sept. 27 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Madison Avenue location after a woman reported that someone had attempted to enter her residence. Reports state that the woman said someone had pried away a window screen from a rear bedroom window.
• On Sept. 23 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a Prior Circle location after a woman reported that someone had shattered her driver side window and removed approximately $9 worth of change from her 2005 Mitsubishi Endeavor.
• On Sept. 20 a fraud and identity theft complaint was filed at an Academy Street location after a woman reported that while she was in the hospital someone removed $2,000 from a money market account and more than $30 from her checking account in several transactions. The woman said her bank had attempted to reach her but was unable because she was hospitalized. The woman said she had also received a change of address card from the bank that she did not authorize or request.
• On Sept. 20 a larceny and damage to property complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location after a man reported that he had received a phone call from Greene County authorities who had reported that they had arrested two men who they believed stole a large amount of fuel from the Eatonton Road truck stop. The complainant said he reviewed video tape and noticed that the men had pumped fuel for approximately 17 minutes and had damaged the fuel pump.
• On Sept. 25 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Burney Street location after a man reported that someone had shattered the driver’s side window of the his 2004 Pontiac Vibe.
Printed in the October 4, 2012 edition