Madison Police Department
• On September 13 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Micha Way location after a woman reported that her ex-boyfriend had allegedly punched her 2002 Honda Accord in the rear left quarter panel. The ex-boyfriend then fled the area on foot, reports state.
• On September 12 a harassing communication complaint was filed at a Micha Way location after a woman reported that her ex-husband had called and was upset regarding child support payments and civil visitation rights for children. The complainant alleged that the ex-husband, in part, made disparaging remarks regarding her fiancé, including threats to “snap his (expletive) neck” and to beating her fiancé to the point that he would require hospitalization.
• On September 10 a criminal trespass complaint was filed on a March Street location after a woman reported that her brother had come to her house and kicked in the front door. Officers reported that prior to the complaint they had responded to the residence and ordered the brother to leave the premises, which he did but apparently returned. The complainant said three weeks earlier the brother had fired a shotgun in the house and threatened to shoot the complainant. A search for the brother was unsuccessful.
• On September 10 a damage to property complaint was filed at the Madison Municipal Airport after a man reported that someone had damaged the inside window of the airport’s office.
• On September 9 a damage to property and larceny complaint was filed at an Atlanta Highway location after a woman reported that someone had damaged two video games at a laundry mat. Officers reported that review of security tape revealed that two black males entered the location and while one stood guard the other damaged and stole quarters from two video machines. The men then took a sack of clothes and a bottle of bleach from the location.
• On September 12 Gracie Prior, 18, Madison, was arrested and charged with speeding and possession of marijuana after an officer stopped Prior for allegedly driving 49 mph in a 35 mph zone. Following the stop, reports state, the officer located a small amount of suspected marijuana on the front seat of the vehicle.
• On September 14 Wilbur Young, 62, Madison was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after officers responded to a Bramblewood Drive location to investigate reports that Young was pounding on doors and screaming. After arrival, reports state, Young appeared to officers to be intoxicated. He denied pounding on the doors and said that the complainant wanted him arrested. He then, reports state, began to curse at the complainant in front of several small children, and was arrested.
• On September 13 Marion Lee Boyd, 38, Madison, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after he allegedly called Morgan County Dispatch and reported an assault. Reports state that an officer had earlier responded to the March Street location after complaints were made that Boyd was intoxicated and harassing family members. On that call the officer instructed Boyd to go to bed. Later, another call regarding an assault came from the same March Street location. When officers arrived, reports state, they located Boyd in the driveway. Boyd denied making the assault allegation even after an officer replayed a taped recording of the call that identified the caller as Boyd. He was then arrested.
• On September 15 a 16-year-old female was arrested and charged with aggravate assault after she allegedly attempted to stab a man with a kitchen knife and then attempted to cut the man’s tire. The stabbing attempt, reports state, was initiated after the man and the juvenile argued regarding the juvenile’s boyfriend.
Morgan County Sheriff’s Office
• On September 13 Cedric Ricardo Williams, 18, was arrested and charged with obstruction, disorderly conduct and possession of alcohol by a minor. Reports state that officers arrived at an area between Micha Way and Orchard Grove regarding shots fired. Officers observed two males and a female near the area where the shots were allegedly fired from and noticed that Williams pulled up his pants, tightened his belt, adjusted his hat then removed his shoes. As an officer approached, reports state, Williams then allegedly ran. On a trail between Orchard Grove and Micha Way, two other officers intercepted Williams. Williams then allegedly cursed at the officers, the general public and refused to tell the officer his name.
• On September 15 a theft by taking complaint was filed at the east bound I-20 rest area after an officer was dispatched to the rest area on a “suspicious vehicle” complaint. After the officer arrived he found a white and black GMC that had been reported stolen. The vehicle was missing its radio, the steering column was broken and wires had been cut in the rear seat area.
• On September 14 a battery complaint was filed at a Hollis Street, Rutledge location after a man reported that his ex-roommate had slapped him in the face during an argument. The complainant contends that the slap was in retaliation for the complainant kicking the suspect out of his house.
• On September 12 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Bostwick Highway, Bostwick location after a man reported that a white male driving a blue Dodge truck had entered his yard and removed approximately a quarter of a tank of gasoline from a wrecker parked in the yard. The complainant said the man also allegedly took copper wire from the yard next to the roadway.
• On September 14 and animal complaint was filed at a Prospect Road location after a man reported that two stray dogs had entered his chicken pen and killed some of his chickens. The officer observed 10 dead chickens at the scene. The dogs, the complainant said, had no tags or collars.
• On September 9 Christian Nickolas Garrison, 19, Madison was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and underage possession of alcohol after an officer patrolling the Larkmartin Street area observed Garrison walking and placing something in his pocket. After he was stopped, an officer requested that Garrison empty his pocket and the officer located an alleged marijuana smoking pipe, a clear plastic bag containing suspected marijuana and a cell phone. The officer also alleged that Garrison smelled of alcohol.
• On September 10 an identity fraud complaint was filed at a Dixie Highway location after a man reported that a person known to him had made fraudulent charges to his AT&T account without his approval. The complainant said the person known to him had used his personal e-mail account to make charges.
• On September 9 a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at a Newborn Road location after a man reported that someone had attempted to shatter the front glass of a convenience store with a rock.
Security tape showed two black males driving a red car, possible a Chevrolet Impala, pull up to the store and attempt to shatter the front glass.
• On September 8 Darielle Lavindrick Washington, 28, Hephzibah, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana after an officer stopped a vehicle Washington was driving for a tail light violation. According to reports after the stop the officer found several pieces of suspected marijuana in the vehicle.
• On September 10 Ken Johnson, 33, Madison was arrested and charged with obstructing officers, aggravated sexual battery, disorderly conduct and sexual battery after he allegedly forced a woman to have sex without her consent. Reports state that he also allegedly fired a shot outside a house, refused officers commands to leave the house and hid a pistol.
The city of Buckhead is seeking information regarding the persons responsible for dumping metal, car parts and other debris behind the gazebo on Railroad Street in downtown Buckhead. Witnesses reported observing an elderly white male in a black Dodge pickup truck with a bent tailgate with several younger white males dumping the material at approximately 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 11. Anyone with information regarding the dumping is asked to contact the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office at 706 342 1507