Law Enforcement • November 8, 2012
Madison Police Department
• On Nov. 3 a harassing communication complaint was filed from an East Avenue location after a woman said a man called from a blocked number and made unsettling comments towards her. The complainant said the man commented on her appearance and race.
• On Nov. 2 Gregory Campbell, 44, Madison, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after he allegedly engaged in a physical confrontation with a woman at a Penor Street residence. According to reports, a verbal argument escalated into a physical fight. The woman told authorities she and her mother had to contain Campbell while they waited for officers to arrive.
• On Nov. 4 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Morgan Circle location after a woman reported that someone had broken her window with a rock.
• On Oct. 30 a larceny complaint was filed at a College Drive location after a woman reported that someone had taken her 14-year-old son’s Apple Ipod. The woman said the device was removed from the son’s book bag while he was playing basketball at the Morgan County Recreation Department.
Morgan County Sheriff’s Office
• On Nov. 5 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Godfrey Road location after a man reported that someone had entered his property and removed three female calves and two male calves. Reports state that a chain had been cut and tire tracks were visible where the calves had been taken.
• On Nov. 1 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a West Dixie Highway location after a man reported that someone had attempted to steal a four-wheeler from his property. According to reports, the complainant said at approximately 1:30 a.m. he let his dog out and the dog ran across the yard barking as soon as he opened the door. The complainant said he heard crashing noises in the woods but could not see what his dog was chasing. In the morning, the man said, he located his four-wheeler in the yard. It had been moved approximately 100 yards from a garage.
• On Nov. 4 an affray and aggravated assault complaint was filed at a Seven Islands Road, Buckhead, location after a man alleged that a man “roided up” came to his location and initiated a fight. The complainant said that the man declared that he would beat anybody at the location. After this alleged declaration, reports state, the two men then engaged in a fight. During the fight, a third man struck the man with a pickup truck. Reports state that the man told authorities that he was waved down by the complainant and went he exited his vehicle to talk to the complainant, the complainant allegedly grabbed him and began fighting. During the fight, the man said, the second man struck him with the front of a pickup truck. The man said he held on to the grill of the truck in an attempt to not get run over but eventually he fell and the truck ran over him but did not strike him with the wheels. The man was interviewed while being a patient at Morgan Memorial Hospital for injuries sustained in the incident. The driver of the truck was identified but could not be located.
• On Nov. 4 a domestic violence complaint was filed at a Prospect Road location after a man reported that while he and his girlfriend were driving on Prospect Road he became angry and broke the right driver’s side window and the front windshield on a green 2001 Chevrolet Lumina. Reports state that the vehicle belonged to the man and no charges would be filed for destruction of his own property.
• On Nov. 3 a dog bite complaint was filed at a Wagnon Mill Road location after a man reported that a Pit Bull dog had entered his property and attacked his Chihuahua, which was tied to a tree. The man said the Pit Bull was biting the Chihuahua on the neck and when the man intervened in an attempt to save the dog’s life, the Pit Bull bit the complainant on the right hand. The Chihuahua suffered wounds on the chest, neck and right front foot. Morgan County Animal Control was notified of the incident.
• On Nov. 1 a theft by taking and criminal trespass complaint was filed at Athens Highway location after a man reported that someone had taken his $9,000 2010 blue and white Yamaha YZFR6 motorcycle.
• On Nov. 3 a found drug paraphernalia report was filed at a Weaver Jones Road location after a woman reported that she found a mirror and several small tools that had a white powder residue on them that she believed to be an unknown drug.
• On Nov. 2 a carrying weapons within a school safety zones complaint was filed at Morgan County Middle School after an 11-year-old male student told authorities that he had an air soft BB gun in his book bag. The student said he had placed the gun in his book bag after spending the weekend with his grandfather in order to remember to take the air soft gun home. Charges against the student are pending.
• On Nov. 2 Haley Brooke Iglinsky, 18, Madison, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, less than an ounce after a small amount of suspected marijuana was located in a pocket book in a vehicle Iglinsky was driving.
• On Nov. 1 a simple battery complaint was filed at a Baldwin Dairy Road location after a woman reported that a man came to her house and struck her. The woman said she was in the back bedroom of her residence when she smelled the man’s feet. The woman said she had opened the front door of the residence to get fresh air and that the man, who was known to her, entered the front door and threatened to rape her. The man also allegedly told the woman he was not going to leave her alone until she let him move back in with her. The woman told the man she was going to call police and the man fled the house, reports state. Officers attempted to locate the man but could not make contact with the man.
• On Nov. 1 a theft by taking and burglary complaint were filed at a West Dixie Highway, Rutledge, location after a woman reported that someone had entered her property and removed a Kubota mower and a Husqvarna mower. The complainant said a four-wheeler had also been left in the middle of a pasture and a chain gate had been cut.
• On Oct. 30 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Kingston Road, Buckhead, location after a woman reported that someone had taken change from her bedroom. The woman said she was also missing an undetermined amount of silver dollars from a bedroom dresser. The woman said she saves the change for Christmas and typically it adds up to approximately $300.
• On Oct. 30 a request to speak to an officer report was filed at a Baldwin Dairy Road location after a woman reported that a man had trespassed on her property and left the smell of his dirty feet in both her bathroom and master bedroom area.
Printed in the November 8, 2012 edition