Law Enforcement: Aug. 8, 2013 edition

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Madison Police Department

On July 31 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a South Main Street location after a man reported that someone had entered his unlocked Ford F-150 pickup truck and removed his wallet. The man reported that he had $700 cash and debit and credit cards in the wallet.

On July 31 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a Flash Foods, Eatonton Highway, after a woman reported that someone had removed her purse from her unlocked Honda. The woman said the purse contained $150 cash, a driver’s license, Social Security card and several credit and debit cards.

On July 31 a burglary complaint was filed at a Sulgrave Drive location after a woman reported that someone broke into her residence and removed a Playstation 3 game system, a controller, two gold rings, a jar of coins and several games. Estimated value of the items $1,800.

On July 25 Colman Taylor, 59, Madison, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, interference with a business and public intoxication. According to reports, officers responded to a complaint call at Sunflower Gas Station, Eatonton Highway regarding a man breaking beer bottles on customer’s cars. When officers arrived, reports state, they located Taylor near the building and he “appeared to be very intoxicated and was cursing loudly…” Reports state that Taylor told the officer that he became enraged when his girlfriend got in a truck with another man for a ride. Taylor said he requested a ride too, but was refused and then allegedly smashed a beer bottle on the man’s Dodge Durango. The man told officers that the bottle did no damage and that he did not wish to press charges.

On July 28 Dewaine Seese, 42, Oxford, was arrested and charged with threat to injure person, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct. According to reports, officers responded to a call from a Unzell Court residence that Seese was allegedly banging on doors and windows and threatening the family inside the residence. Reports state that a man in the residence told officers he retrieved his pistol because he feared for the safety of his family. Seese was stopped by officers driving on Unzell Court. He told officers that the man had threatened him in the past and he went to the residence to confront the man. The man and the man’s wife told officers that Seese had made threats in the past toward the family.

On August 4 Timothy Luke Montgomery 22, Atlanta, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing an intersection. According to reports, officers received a call regarding a reckless driver on U.S. 441 north. An officer located the vehicle, a red Honda Accord, and performed a traffic stop. According to reports, the officer suspected that Montgomery was impaired and requested that he perform a sobriety test. Montgomery, reports state, refused to exit the vehicle. The officer and a Georgia State Patrol trooper removed Montgomery from the vehicle at which time he was arrested.

On July 29 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a Bramblewood Drive location after a woman reported that someone entered her unlocked vehicle and removed $5 from a center console and $65 from her wallet.

Morgan County Sheriff’s Office

On August 3 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Bostwick Highway location after a woman reported that a vehicle had run over her mailbox. Reports state that a grey piece of plastic from the suspect vehicle was recovered at the scene.

On August 3 an affray complaint was filed at a Hayes Street location after a man alleged that a woman had struck him on the head with a pair of gardening sheers. According to reports, the man said he arrived at the Hayes Street residence and was confronted by a man with a ladder. The complainant said he had an axe handle and at one point in the physical confrontation, another woman struck him with the sheers. The complainant first demanded medical attention but later refused transport. The man with the ladder said the complainant got out his vehicle swinging the ax handle at his mother. He also said during the fight he pushed the complainant off him and onto concrete.

On August 2 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Spears Road location after a woman reported that someone had damaged two mailboxes in front of her house.

On August 2 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Greensboro Highway location after a man reported that someone had taken four reflectors from the end of his driveway.

On August 1 a domestic violence complaint was filed at a Peppers Road, Bostwick, location after a woman reported that while she was in the front yard talking on a phone her mother attacked her. The alleged attack resulted in scratches to the complainant’s face and lip. The mother said she attempted to take the phone because her daughter was talking to a male rather than taking care of her young child. The women were separated by deputies and advised to seek further action through the Morgan County Magistrate Court.

On August 1 a burglary complaint was filed at a Mergendollar Road, Good Hope, location after a woman reported that someone had taken several items from her yard.

On August 1 a found narcotics report was filed at a Buckhead Grocery store after a woman reported that a customer had left a wallet at the store. According to reports, as the complainant was attempting to locate identification in the wallet, she allegedly discovered a small plastic bag with white powder. Reports state that the bag tested positive for cocaine. A deputy recovered the wallet, including the woman’s driver’s license, and the suspected cocaine.

On July 31 a burglary and theft by taking complaint was filed at a Newborn Road, Rutledge, location after a man reported that someone had removed a Remington 270 rifle with scope and a red sawzall from his residence. The man said he and his family had been out of town for a few days and he noticed the items missing when he returned.

On July 31 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Monticello Road location after a man reported that after he had closed a business in Madison a woman had agreed to let him store inventory in her garage until other storage arrangements could be made. The complainant said when he went to the Sandy Creek Road residence to retrieve his items he alleged that more than $20,000 worth of items were missing. The complainant said the woman denied any knowledge of the missing items. He said he observed that several boxes in the garage had been opened.

On July 30 an animal complaint was filed at a Shockley Road location after a man reported that a brown white dog was attacking his goat herd. According to reports, a deputy arrived at the location and observed a brown and white Pit Bull mix chasing goats around the field. The deputy secured the dog and noticed that the dog had blood around its mouth and nose. The complainant identified the dog’s owner. The deputy reported that five goats were dead and eight had injuries to the face, neck and hind leg areas.

On July 29 a financial transaction card fraud complaint was filed at a Mergendollar Road, Good Hope, location after a man reported that on July 12 someone had used his Visa card to make a $208.62 charge at Walmart.

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