• On May 30, Roy Rodger Brown, 45, Madison was arrested and charged with criminal trespass and drunkenness after he allegedly left an Eatonton Road motel room and urinated in front of a room and in front of several people. He was arrested across the street at a liquor store.
• On May 27, a simple assault complaint was filed at the Morgan County Recreation Department after a mother accused her son’s coach of grabbing him by the shirt, choking him and throwing him to the ground. The mother alleged that the coach had pulled her 10-year-old son off the bench and when she confronted the coach the coach allegedly confirmed that he had grabbed the boy and would do so again. He also allegedly cursed at the complainant. The coach told police that the 10-year-old had used foul language while yelling at opposing team players and that he had taken the child by his shirt sleeve and took him from the dug out area to be reprimanded for poor sportsmanship. He said the mother yelled at him but no vulgarity was exchanged. The coach said he apologized several times to the complainant but at no time physically touched the boy. Another coach for the team corroborated the coach’s version and several faculty members of the player corroborated the mother’s version.
• On May 26, a missing child complaint was filed at a College Drive location after a woman reported that her three-year-old male child was missing. The complainant said she had searched the house but the boy was gone. Officers searched near the tennis courts and other neighborhood locations but had no luck. When they returned to the house they located the boy wrapped in a blanket in a front bedroom asleep.
• On May 31, a simple battery complaint was filed at a Sulgrave Drive location after a woman, who is eight months pregnant, reported that her former boyfriend called her and asked where she was located. The complainant said after she told the man, the man arrived, grabbed her by the neck and restrained her. The woman eventually gave the man a ride to an Eatonton Highway motel and then called police. The woman was transported to Morgan Memorial Hospital for evaluation. She declined to press charged.
• On May 30, Robert Corey Segars, 31, Madison, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after he allegedly ripped the driver’s side window from a woman’s vehicle after she declined his request to roll down the window. Reports state that an officer noticed Segars driving erratically in the Lions Club parking lot and when he stopped Segars he noticed blood on Segars' forearm. A woman with Segars said he had allegedly ripped the window away while the two were talking and cut his arm.
• On May 31, a recovered lost property report was filed at Madison Police Department after a man reported that while he was walking home from work on Georgia Highway 83 he found a bank bag and nine $100 bills. He turned the money over to police
• On May 27, Stephanie Ann Callaway, 26, Madison was arrested and charged with aggravated assault after she allegedly stabbed a man in the leg. According to reports the man stated that he was riding with Callaway, returning from Covington when a verbal and physical fight broke out in the car. The man said Callaway then refused to take the man home and, instead took the man to her house where she allegedly entered the house, returned to the car with a knife and stabbed the man. Callaway told police that the man had stabbed himself. The man also had several scratch wounds on his face and side.
• On May 26, Jountrell Monique Miller, 17, Madison, was arrested and charged with shoplifting after officers received a call that a young woman wearing yellow pajama bottoms, a white tank top shirt, a black shower cap and flip-flops had taken $9 worth of cigars from an Eatonton Road grocery store. Miller was identified by authorities based on the description of her clothing and was later arrested at her home. Five cigars were recovered.
• On May 7 Mary Jill Peters, 24, Madison, was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine after officers responded to her Commerce Street home, reports state, from neighborhood complaints regarding alleged drug activity in the house. Reports state that Peters gave officers permission to search her house and that officers located in digital weighing scales I Peters’ bedroom and alleged methamphetamine in the closet of the house.
• On June 2, a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Sabrina Lane location after a man reported that a man known to him had stolen 100 pounds of scrap copper.
• On May 31, a verbal dispute complaint was filed at a Fractions Bottom Road location after a woman reported that her husband had come to the house and demanded his tools and his clothes. The man also demanded keys to a motorcycle and a “ground pounder” machine but the woman told the man that she had paid for the two items and would not release them. The man then allegedly left, accelerating rapidly on the lawn and pavement of the driveway of the house. Earlier the woman had reported that during an earlier argument the man had struck her hands.
• On May 29 Robert Samuel Culyem, 64, of Madison was arrested and charged with battery after he allegedly struck a woman in the eye with a shop vac hose.
• On May 25 a forgery complaint was filed at a Greensboro Highway location after a woman reported that someone had written three checks on her account without her permission. The woman said her brother told her he had written one check by mistake but would reimburse her for the check. The woman said she wanted to press charges.
• On May 25 Larry Donnell Carter, 20, Madison was arrested and charged with possession of alcohol by a minor, disorderly conduct, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a park, possession of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school and possession of a controlled substance in a drug free commercial zone. Reports state that a deputy observed Donnell and a juvenile on a corner of East Washington allegedly drinking beer. Consequent to Carter’s arrest, officers reported finding several pieces of alleged crack cocaine on his person.
• On May 25, Roger Parker Walker, 63, Madison was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after he allegedly entered Buckhead Road house, stood over a man laying on a couch and then both yelled at the man and struck him repeatedly.