Madison Police Department
• On June 23 an auto theft complaint was filed at Interstate 20 after a man reported that he had a flat tire on his 1999 Ford F250. The man said he called AAA for a tow truck and left the vehicle, along with a 2003 Yamaha R1 motorcycle in the bed of the truck. The man returned a day later and determined that the truck and motorcycle had been stolen.
• On June 23 a larceny from an auto complaint was filed at an Old Post Road location after a man reported that someone had removed a Stihl backpack leaf blower valued at $400 from a work trailer.
• On June 24 a larceny from an auto complaint was filed at a West Jefferson Street location after a man reported that someone had broken the window of his 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee and removed several books of checks from the vehicle.
• On June 22 a 16-year-old female was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after officers arrived at an Eatonton Highway restaurant in response to a report that a female had passed out in the restaurant. The girl told authorities she had consumed three types of alcoholic beverages, engaged in an argument and then felt like she was going to throw up. The teen said when she rose from her seat she became light-headed. When officers arrived they instructed the teen to leave the establishment, however she began to curse at officers, reports state. She eventually left with a male friend but when the friend stopped at a nearby truck stop to put air in his tires the teen allegedly attempted to return back to the restaurant. She was then arrested and transported to the Madison Police Department. A test of alcohol was negative. She was placed into the custody of her father.
• On June 14 Willie James Campbell, 52, Madison, was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of an accident, driving under the influence and driving while license revoked after he was allegedly involved in a two-car collision at the intersection of Georgia Highway 24 and Ramada Lane. According to reports, officers arrived at the location and found a black Chevrolet and a Toyota Camry had collided. Neither vehicle was occupied. Officers later located Campbell who allegedly said he was driving the Chevrolet. Officers have issued arrest warrants for the alleged driver of the Camry.
• On June 29 an indecent exposure complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road breakfast restaurant after a clerk reported that a woman at the restaurant expressed her displeasure at what she said was a lack of service. Eventually, the clerk said the woman left the restaurant upon the way out bared her rear end to patrons as a sign of her displeasure.
• On June 27 Kenneth Earl Wynn, 42, Blakely, was arrested and charged with indecent exposure after he allegedly performed an indecent act in a department store parking lot on Eatonton Road. According to reports a woman called officers after she allegedly observed Wynn performing the act in his pickup truck.
• On June 30 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Pearl Street location after a man reported that someone entered his truck and broke his prescription glasses. The man said a woman known to him reportedly entered the truck and damaged the glasses.
• On June 27 a simple assault complaint was filed at a Madison Avenue location after a woman reported that she had left her house to check on a baby sitter and instructed her five-year-old and eight-year-old children to stay in the house. The woman said when she returned, a man known to her, had taken the children from the house and placed them in her truck. The woman said the man then confronted the woman and allegedly struck her in the face several times.
• On June 30 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location after a man reported that someone shattered the front door of his residence with a rock.
• On June 25 a larceny complaint was filed at a Carmichael Drive location after a woman reported that someone had taken a yellow 1995 Yamaha ATV. The ATV was found approximately one quarter-mile away from the residence.
• On June 26 Willie James Jackson, 45, Madison, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass after he allegedly refused to leave an Eatonton Road motel. Reports state that Jackson believed he had paid for three weeks at the motel but the motel contended that Jackson only paid for two weeks and that the two weeks were over.
Morgan County Sheriff’s Office
• On June 25 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Heidi Trail, Buckhead location after a man reported that someone had entered a shed on his property and removed a 50cc Alpha Sport motorcycle.
• On June 27 Kenneth S. Sims, 36, Madison and Mary Kathleen Sims, 30, Madison were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana after a vehicle Kenneth Sims was driving was stopped at a road block at the intersection of Apalachee River Road and Buckhead Road. Consequent to the stop, reports state, officers reported noticing the smell of burnt marijuana coming from the vehicle. A search of the vehicle located approximately one-half ounce of suspected marijuana in the purse of Mary Sims. Also, reports state, several suspected marijuana cigarettes were located in a Marlboro Lights box in Mary Sims purse.
• On June 29 Judson McKenzie Pittman, 19, Milledgeville, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana after Pittman was stopped during a road block at the intersection of Baldwin Dairy and Bethany Road. Consequent to the stop, reports state, officers noticed the smell of burnt marijuana coming from Pittman’s vehicle. Officers reportedly located a small bag of suspected marijuana in the vehicle’s glove box.
• On June 24 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Little Creek Lane location after a woman reported that after she returned from vacation she noticed someone had removed approximately $500 worth of steaks, roast, ground beef and pork ribs from her freezer. The woman said the thieves did not, however, remove frozen vegetables or chicken from the freezer.
• On June 28 an assault with the intent to commit a crime complaint was filed at a Hollis Street, Rutledge location after a man reported that three other men had “roughed” him up and that one of the men had pulled a small hand gun and threatened to both shoot him and burn his house down if the complainant told anybody about the threats.
• On June 28 a theft by taking complaint was filed at an Odum Lane, Bishop, location after a man reported that someone had taken his horse drawn cultivator. The cultivator was rust colored with two steel wheels, six teeth and a steel seat.
• On June 27 a burglary complaint was filed at a Seven Island Road, Buckhead location after a man reported that someone had stolen copper lead wires for welders, a $2,500 welder, a miter saw and other wires.
• On June 28 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Parks Mill Road, Buckhead location after a man reported that someone had taken his 16-foot White River boat.
• On June 27 an aggravated stalking complaint was filed at a Dixie Highway location after a man reported that despite having taken out a protective order against his ex-wife, she continued to call his cell phone. The man said on one occasion she called and threatened him.
• On June 26 a deposit account fraud complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road business after a manager of the business reported that someone had used the business’ checking account number and routing number to create fraudulent checks. To date, 13 of the checks have been cashed in Illinois.
• On June 20 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Riverwalk Road, Bishop, location after a man reported that he had loaned a nail gun to a man completing remodeling work on his house. The complainant said the two became embroiled in a payment dispute and that the contractor had ransacked his garage and left the job site unfinished and took the nail gun.
• On June 21 a battery complaint was filed at a Flat Rock Road location after a woman reported that a man known to her threw her car keys to the ground, threw her cell phone to the ground, damaged the driver’s side door of her vehicle and spit in her face.