Madison Police Department
• On September 20 a larceny complaint was filed at a Carmichael Drive location after a woman reported that someone had removed two bicycles from her property. The bicycles were described as a Next 10-speed and a red Mongoose. The bikes were located at a Micha Circle location. Children at the location told officers they found the bicycles near a dumpster at Orchard Grove. The bicycles were returned to the complainant.
• On September 20 Sam Jones, 60, Madison, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass after an officer located Jones sitting under a breezeway of an Eatonton Highway motel after Jones had been served with a criminal trespass notice. The notice reports state, forbid Jones from entering the property.
• On September 20 a larceny complaint was filed at a West Washington Street restaurant after a woman reported that someone removed $310 in cash from her purse while she was at work.
• On September 17 Ramon Mondre Jackson, 36, Madison, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after he allegedly snatched a dog from an employee at an Eatonton Highway motel and threatened to hit the employee over the head. The dog-snatching incident came, in part after Jackson engaged in an argument with a woman regarding how a 10-year-old child would be transported to school.
• On September 15 a mutual affray complaint was filed at a Pearl Street location after a woman reported that two girls, 14-years-old and 16-years-old were fighting in the street. The complainant separated the two combatants but was struck by one of the girls. The girls were allegedly fighting over one of the girl’s “talking junk” about the other girl’s cousin.
• On September 19 a damage to property offense was filed at a Burney Street location after a man reported that someone had damaged the windows of a 1989 Ford Conventional Dump truck. The complainant said the driver side and passenger side window was shattered with a rock. The complainant said a week earlier someone had damaged the driver’s side window with a rock.
• On September 18 a larceny complaint was filed at a Hough Circle location after a woman reported that a white male came to her house and stole her purse. Reports state that the male entered the victim’s house and said he needed to measure the house for “some wiring” work. When the male left the woman notices her purse was missing.
• On September 12 a lost property report was filed at an Atlanta Highway location after a man reported that he had lost his $2,800 ring after he had removed the ring to tend to an injury on his hand. The man said he placed the ring on a table in his office. The ring is described as a 1-carat gold diamond men’s wedding band.
• On September 16 a simple assault, simple imprisonment and hindering a 911 call complaint was filed at a March Street location after a woman reported that a man known to her had beat her about the face and head, choked her, held her against her will and stopped her from making a 911 call. The woman said she was attempting to end a relationship with the man and that the man said he would kill her if he had to go to jail. The man was not at the location when officers arrived.
Morgan County Sheriff’s Office
• On September 18 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Prospect Road location after a woman reported that a man known to her had come to her house for the past two months and told her that “God told me that you should be my wife and we need to make babies.” The complainant said she had told the man several times to leave her property. The complainant said the man has made similar statements to others in the neighborhood.
• On September 21 a theft by taking complaint was filed at Mt. Vernon Church after a man reported that someone had removed the outdoor air conditioner unit, line set and wire from the church. Estimated value of the items is $1,000.
• On September 20 a harassing phone call complaint was filed at an Echoes Road, Bishop location after a woman reported that she had been receiving harassing phone calls and text messages from a woman known to her. The complainant said the calls began after the woman’s ex-husband began working at the complainant’s company.
• On September 20 a livestock running at large complaint was filed at a Sugar Creek Trail location after a man reported that a neighbor’s cows had left their fenced area and damaged the complainant’s yard.
• On September 19 a burglary complaint was filed at a Rehoboth Road location after a man reported that someone had forced entry into his home and removed his wife’s jewelry, his son’s piggy bank and a water bottle filled with money.
• On September 18 a report was filed at an Athens Highway location after a woman reported while a delivery man was delivering a refrigerator a black Nissan Altima ran the vehicle off the road. The driver said the incident occurred on Fears Road near Longwood Road. A refrigerator was damaged after the delivery truck swerved and ran into a ditch.
• On September 18 deputies responded to a verbal dispute at a Wynbrooke Drive location after a woman reported that while she was with her husband house sitting for his parents she text messaged a friend. The husband, reports state read the text and became enraged, allegedly broke the cell phone and put the complainant out of the house. The complainant called 911 because she could not get back into the house to retrieve her children. When officers arrived the children were in the family’s vehicle and were leaving the residence with the complainant.
• On September 18 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Prospect Road location after a county employee reported that someone had removed an electric meter from a light pole at the county’s dump site.
• On September 17 a dog complaint was filed at a Greensboro Highway location after a man reported that while he was riding his bike home from work two dogs chased him. The man said this was at least the third time this had occurred and that he fears for his safety. The dogs’ owner was contacted and he agreed to keep the animals secure in an enclosure.
• On September 16 a theft of livestock complaint was filed from an Old Mill Road, Rutledge location after a woman reported that someone had taken her Straight Egyptian Arabian horse from a fenced areas on Davis Academy Road. The complainant said the horse was 15.2 hands tall, flea bitten grey with a cracked right hoof and a scar on the left flank.
• On September 16 an identity fraud complaint was filed at a James Street location after a woman reported that she had used her friend’s daughter-in-law to complete her taxes in 2006. The complainant said she had since hired another firm to determine the status of her refund since she had not received one, and was told that the refund was deposited through direct deposit. She was also told that on her tax form she was claiming two children as dependants. The complaint said she has no children.
Morgan County Arrest Report
The following were listed on the arrest book last week at the Morgan County Detention Center. Although these people have been arrsted they are not considered guilty unless they later plead guilty or are convicted in a court of law.
• Justin BradleyBridwell, 19, Eatonton, arrested September 15, consumption of alcohol under age.
• Elizabeth Mary O’Sullivan, 50, Rutledge, arrested September 12, failure to maintain lane, DUI.
• Brigitta Renee Graham, 46, Atlanta, arrested September 6, theft by shoplifting.
• Melissa Ann Case, 24, Athens, arrested September 20, DUI.
• Ernest Michon Young, 46, Macon, arrested September 19, probation violation.
• Elton John Tolbert, 32, Madison, arrested September 17, illegal possession of a controlled substance, possession of crack with intent to distribute within 1,000 feet of a housing project.
• Hope Desiree Skinner, 22, Covington, arrested September 12, probation violation.