• On March 29 Jack Leon Jenkins, no age given, Madison was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and giving false information after an officer reported that while he was driving though the parking lot of an Eatonton Highway motel Jenkins saw his police car and fled. The officer located Jenkins crouched between two parked cars. A consequent search of Jenkins revealed a small amount of suspected marijuana. Jenkins initially told officers his name was Danny Lewis Powers, reports state.
• On March 28 a forgery complaint was filed at the Madison Police Department after a man reported that his wife had secured a loan using the title of a vehicle that he co-owned. The man said his wife had forged his signature on the loan papers while he was in the hospital.
• On March 28 Patsy Brand Nunn, 43, Oxford, was arrested and charged with misdemeanor obstruction of officers after officers asked Nunn if a man known to her was at the Larkmartin Street house where Nunn was located. The officers were attempting to locate the man because he was wanted in Newton County. Nunn told the officers the man was not at the house but at that moment a Morgan County deputy arrested the man leaving through the back door of the house.
• On March 30 a larceny from an auto complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road truck stop after a woman reported that someone had entered her vehicle and removed her wallet from her purse. Reports state that the complainant said she believed she had locked the vehicle but possibly did not. In the wallet were several credit cards, a debit card and her son’s social security card. The complainant said someone had used the debit card three times in the Jefferson, GA area.
• On March 31 Anna Marie Ford, 17, Madison was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana after officers responding to a welfare check at a Ramada Inn found Ford and another female in a motel room. Reports state that officers located two small plastic bags of suspected marijuana and a cigar filled with suspected marijuana in the room. Ford told officers that the suspected marijuana belonged to her.
• On March 27 Lauren Victoria Horne, 17, Madison was arrested and charged with possession of alcohol and possession of alcohol at school after officers responded to a report of teenagers drinking in the parking lot of the Morgan County Elementary School. When officers arrived they located a vehicle that contained a Bud Light beer. They located Horne at the Morgan County High School baseball game and arrested her after she allegedly tested positive for alcohol.
• On March 26 a burglary complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location after a woman reported that someone had entered a restaurant manager’s office and removed cash.
• On March 26 a burglary complaint was filed at a Larkmartin Street location after a woman reported that someone had entered her residence through an unsecured back door and removed prescription Lortab, one pink ice ring and $10.
• On March 31 an obstructing or hindering law enforcement officers complaint was filed at the Morgan County Detention Center after a deputy reported that he was called to assist other deputies to move an inmate to a holding cell. Reports state that the inmate allegedly became unruly and requested that he be tased before officers could move him. When an officer drew his taser weapon the inmate then complied.
• On March 31 a fraud complaint was filed at a Westminster Way location after a man reported that he had been notified by a credit watch company that someone was attempting to use his personal information to open an account in Michigan
• On March 26 a burglary complaint was filed at a Pinetree Circle location after a woman reported that someone had entered her house by breaking a window above the kitchen sink. The complainant said approximately $200 in cash that belonged to her son had been removed from a Nike shoe box in the son’s room. The woman suspects a friend of the family.
• On March 31 Derrick Anthony Terrell, 33, Madison was arrested and charged with driving while license suspended and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon after a deputy found Terrell beside a truck at the intersection of Parks Mill and Baldwin Dairy roads. Terrell told the officer he had run out of gas and that the driver of the vehicle had left to get some gas.
A passenger in the truck said Terrell had been driving. The officer checked on Terrell and learned that his license had been suspended. A shotgun was found behind the front seat of the truck and Terrell was also arrested on the weapon possession charge.
• On March 30 a man reported that a 16-year-old male had called his son and left a threatening message on the son’s cell phone because the son did not pick up the 16-year-old and give him a ride.
The complainant said he does not allow his son, who is also 16-years-old, to have passengers. The complainant said another 15-year-old male had called and reportedly told the complainant’s son that he was going to have another male beat the complainant’s son.
• On March 28 a burglary complaint was filed at a High Shoals Road, Bostwick location after a woman reported that someone had entered her house and removed a 15-inch RCA flat screen television, a 32-inch RCA flat screen television, a Dell laptop computer and X Box games from her son’s room.
• On March 28 a burglary complaint was filed at an Atlanta Highway, Rutledge location after a man reported that someone had entered a company trailer parked in front of a house under construction and removed several tools, including trim nailers, a frame nailer, a router, Dewalt saw and a Makita reciprocal saw. Total value of the tools taken is more than $1,800.
• On March 27 a battery complaint was filed at a Cleveland Avenue, Buckhead location after a woman reported that two male juveniles and a female juvenile had entered her yard and attacked her two sons and a friend.
One son had a splint on his hand. The juveniles are 6, 8 and 11-years-old.
• On March 26 deputies met with a man to serve a temporary protective order and while serving the order the man requested permission to return to his house and pick up a horse trailer so that he could park the horse trailer at his office and sleep. The woman agreed but told the officer she did not want the man to take the horse trailer out of state. The man said the trailer would stay at his office.
• On March 26 a harassing phone calls complaint was filed at a Newborn Road, Rutledge location after a store owner complained that a man kept calling his store and cussing at him.
The deputy advised the owner on the manner in which to get a temporary protection order and to hang up the phone if the man calls back.
• On March 27 a harassing phone calls complaint was filed at a Dykes Road, Newborn location after a man reported that his nephew continued to call and harass his wife. Reports state that the nephew allegedly calls, makes moaning noises and then hangs up.
While a deputy was present the nephew allegedly called and when he identified himself the nephew allegedly threatened to beat the deputy up, said he was a member of the Irish Republican Army and said something regarding a 50-caliber weapon.
Deputies from two counties converged on the nephew’s house but could not locate the man.
• On March 25 a terroristic threats and acts complaint was filed at a Ponder Pine Road location after a man reported that an Indiana man called and reportedly told the complainant that he was gong to “come down and kill him.”
• On March 24 Mike Smith, 17, Madison was arrested and charged with simple assault and disruption of operation of a public school after he allegedly became enraged while at Crossroads School after a teacher admonished him to quit a chat program and go back to work.
Smith allegedly threatened the teacher and had to be removed by a male administrator. He later apologized for his behavior.