• On June 17 an aggravated assault report was filed after a 21-year-old woman reported that a friend had stabbed her several times. According to reports, officers interviewed the woman while she was receiving emergency services at Morgan Memorial Hospital. Initially the complainant was not forthcoming regarding the events but eventually told police who had stabbed her. The woman was stabbed several times in the back and arms. One cut ran the length of the woman’s back and required 30 staples to close the wound. The woman told police that she was riding in the front passenger seat of a vehicle with several friends when she engaged in a verbal argument with a 17-year-old girl in the back seat. The complainant said she attempted to reach behind her and strike the girl but failed. The girl then allegedly stabbed and cut the complainant several times, reports state.
• On June 21 an intimidation complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location when a woman reported that after she had gone to a fast-food restaurant her ex-husband entered the establishment and took her cell phone. The woman said she then took his cell phone and broke it because he would not return her cell phone. The woman said the man then followed her back to work and drove his vehicle in a threatening manner at the front door.
• On June 21 a theft of services complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road motel after a clerk reported that a couple had left the motel owing $96. A housekeeper at the motel was familiar with the couple and told hotel management that the couple had packed up and was going to another motel in Madison.
• On June 21 a burglary complaint was filed at a Sulgrave Drive location after a woman reported that she had been hospitalized for 15 days and when she returned home she noticed that someone had removed a blond and brown wig, a brown jacket and a black leather cigarette pouch.
• On June 19 a dog attack complaint was filed at a Barclay Drive location after a man reported that while he was working on a roofing job he walked behind the house to retrieve an item when two male Boxers forced their way from a screened porch and bit him on his leg. The complainant said co-workers were able to drive the dogs off with their hammers. Madison animal control secured the dogs and the owner relinquished ownership of the dogs. The dogs will be euthanized, reports state.
• On June 21 a burglary complaint was filed at an East Jefferson Street location when a man reported that while he was sleeping someone kicked in the side door of his house and entered. The man said he scared the offender out of the residence and found two bicycles in his yard that do not belong to him.
• On June 18 a home invasion complaint was filed at a Highland Avenue location after a woman reported that a man entered her house and attacked her while she was sleeping. The woman said she awoke to a man holding a rag over her face and demanding money. The woman said the man struck her in the side several times. The woman said she then fought the man off, kicking him and grabbing him. The man fled the scene. The woman said the man appeared to be African-American male, approximately 5’8”, very thin wearing a dark shirt and either blue jean shorts or khaki shorts.
• On June 16 a simple assault complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road motel after a woman said another woman pushed a laundry cart against the front of her legs, causing a vein to burst.
• On June 18 a threat to injure a person complaint was filed at a Burney Street location after a woman reported that three men known to her had reportedly threatened to “shoot her house up.” The woman said the men told her that the area belonged to them. The woman said she believes the men are upset because her boyfriend is from Greene County.
• On June 15 an affray complaint was filed at a Morgan Circle location after officers reviewed a fight that had been displayed on YouTube.com. Reports state that officers have identified three women (two juveniles and an adult) that participated in the fight and that charges were forthcoming.
• On June 23 Donald Eugene Wilds, 39, Atlanta, was arrested and charged with driving while license suspended and illegal possession of a controlled substance after an officer stopped a vehicle Wilds was driving on Interstate 20 for a tag light violation. Following the stop, reports state, the officer allegedly recognized the smell of burnt marijuana coming from Wilds’ vehicle. The officer located a partially burned marijuana cigarette in the ashtray of the vehicle and two other small amounts of suspected marijuana in the vehicle.
• On June 21 a burglary complaint was filed at a Davis Academy Road location after a man reported that someone had removed lamps, a radio antenna and a spot light from the basement and back porch of his house.
• On June 21 an aggravated cruelty to animals complaint was filed at a Fraction Bottom Road, Buckhead location after a woman reported that she had let her four-month-old Labrador puppy out into her fenced back yard at approximately 4 a.m. and later found the dog dead. The woman said a man known to her had threatened to kill her animals in the past.
• On June 21 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Whispering Lakes Trail location after a man reported that someone had taken his 2003 Ford, driven it 126.5 miles, removed $250 from his wallet and then returned the truck. The man said he left the keys in the truck but did not give anyone permission to drive the truck.
• On June 16 Dana Dwayne Strange, 28, Rutledge was arrested and charged with obstructing a law enforcement officers after he allegedly attempted to flee a house where officers were serving an arrest warrant for a woman. Reports state that after Strange allowed officers into the house, the officers located the woman hiding under a blanket in a closet in the bedroom. When officers attempted to locate Strange, reports state, he fled from bushes near the house but was soon apprehended. Reports state that Strange may be wanted in Walton County.
• On June 21 a woman reported that her ex-boyfriend had come to her house while intoxicated and talked with her children for 25 minutes. The man also allegedly left a beer bottle in the driveway of the complainant’s house.
• On June 21 a woman reported that her friend, who was allegedly intoxicated, hit her in the face and then left.
• On June 18 a suspicious person complaint was filed at a Newborn Road, Rutledge located after a woman reported that a man known to her came “stumbling” down her driveway, told her he had run out of gas and asked if he could sit on a bench in her yard. After the man saw down and begin speaking with the complainant’s father, he allegedly pulled a revolver from his pocket and placed it on the bench next to him. The woman told authorities that the man stated he was not going to hurt anyone, he “just wanted them to know he had (the gun)”. The man was transported to Morgan Memorial Hospital for evaluation.
• On June 17 Quantrais De’shun Sawyer, 19, Madison and Gregory Rashun Cobb, 46, of Madison, were both arrested for possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute after they were stopped in a vehicle for allegedly not wearing seatbelts. Consequent to the stop, reports state, officers found several bags of suspected marijuana along with measurement scales.
• On June 17 William Joshua Stowe, 17, Madison was arrested and charged with underage possession of alcohol after an officer investigating a complaint that a four-wheeler had damaged a sign and fence found Stowe asleep in a truck. The officer said he had to knock on the window of the truck several times and Stowe would not respond. Stowe had a cut on his hand and left foot and told the officer he couldn’t remember how he received the injury. There was also a four-wheeler, reports state, on the side of the house at which Stowe’s vehicle was parked.