Madison Police Department
• On July 12 a larceny from building complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road fast food restaurant after a woman reported that someone had entered an unlocked safe and removed $200. The currency was in $1 and $5 bills. The suspects then fled in an unknown direction.
Madison Police Department
• On July 4 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a South Main Street location after a man reported that someone had entered his 2000 GMC Sierra and removed an Alpine CD player. The CD player is valued at $275.
• On July 2 a possession of stolen property complaint was filed at a Penor Street location after a man reported that an 11-year-old was in possession of his son’s Game Cube video game system. The system was identified by the man’s son and was returned. The day prior the man had reported the game system stolen.
• On July 3 Dennis Ray Loney, 49, Madison, was arrested and charged with public intoxication after he allegedly threw a beer bottle at another man and allegedly attempted to lunge at the complainant with a steak knife.
Officers arrived at an Eatonton Highway motel and reported that Loney made slurs and used fighting words towards by-standers. In a related incident, a woman reported that she had left the motel room the night Loney was arrested to stay with a sister and when she returned someone had taken her stereo.
• On July 5 a shoplifting complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road grocery store after a woman reported that three males left the store without paying for four 12-packs of Miller Chill beer.
The beer is valued at $52.
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 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 13 a simple assault complaint was filed at a Mapp Street location after a woman reported that while she and a man known to her were riding down the road the couple engaged in a verbal dispute that ended when the man allegedly struck the woman in the back of the head several times.
The woman said she then stopped the car and the man fled because she told him she was going to call the police.
• On June 13 a simple assault complaint was filed at a Madison Avenue location after a woman reported that a man known to her had struck her in the eye during an argument. The woman said she wanted the man out of her house and after telling the man he became enraged and accused her of desiring the company of another man.
The man said he refused to give the woman money and that she came after him by grabbing his shirt and brandishing a knife. He said he accidentally struck her in the eye with his elbow as he was attempting to flee.
• On June 10 a simple assault complaint was filed at a Green Meadow Court location after a woman said her mother had become enraged because the complainant knocked over a grill. The complainant said her mother slapped her on the back of the neck and forced her to pick up the grill.
Madison Police Department
• On June 6 Rebecca M. Whitaker Segars, 25, Mansfield, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana after officers arrived at Segars’ house to serve a probation warrant against a man allegedly living in the residence. When officers arrived, reports state, they located Segars and the man in the rear of the residence. Segars allegedly was smoking a marijuana cigarette when officers arrived.
• On June 7 Brent Adam Ducote, 20, Athens, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and speeding after an officer stopped a vehicle Ducote was driving on the Madison by-pass. Following the stop, reports state, officers located a bag of suspected marijuana and a pipe crammed in the passenger seat of the vehicle. A passenger in the vehicle, Travis Edward Dorsey, 22, Athens, was also arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.
• On June 5 a simple battery complaint was filed at Morgan Memorial Hospital when officers arrived to interview a man who had a bleeding upper lip. The man told authorities that he had fallen off his bicycle while riding on the by-pass. A woman at the hospital told authorities that the man had struck her in the head so she had recruited her brother to protect her. Both sides declined prosecution.
• On June 7 Tyree Adalyn Smith, 26, Madison, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and seat belt violation after an officer allegedly observed Smith was not wearing a seat belt while driving a vehicle on Vine Street. Consequent to a traffic stop and based on a drug dog alerting on Smith’s vehicle, the officer allegedly found a small bag of suspected marijuana in the vehicle.