Law Enforcement: Sept. 26, 2013 edition

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Madison Police Department

On September 19 a larceny complaint was filed at a North Second Street residence after a woman reported that someone had taken two solar lights and a blue and white garden commode from her yard.

On September 18 a burglary complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road business after a woman reported that someone had entered a closed office at the business and removed a .22 caliber Rugar revolver, an extra barrel to the pistol, and extra cylinder and a box of .22 bullets.

On September 15 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a Penor Street location after a woman reported that someone had entered her 1988 Ford Mustang and removed a $400 Kenwood radio.

On September 13 an affray report was filed at a Morgan Circle location after a woman reported that she had engaged in a physical fight with another woman. Both women declined to press charges against each other, however the mother of one of the combatants told officers she was struck in the left eye as she was attempting to separate the women and that she did want to press charges.

On September 17 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location after a woman reported that someone had shattered the driver’s side window of her vehicle and removed her purse. The woman said the black purse contained $200 cash, identification, several credit cards and a conceal weapons carry permit.

On September 13 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at the Morgan County Recreation Department, College Drive, after a woman reported that someone had shattered the rear driver’s side window of her Honda Accord and removed a tan Liz Claiborne satchel bag. The woman said the bag contained $20 cash, identification cards, credit cards and a checkbook. A laptop computer in the vehicle was not taken.

On September 17 Crystal Leona Frost, 35, Douglas, was arrested and charged with shoplifting and possession of narcotics. According to reports, Frost allegedly attempted to take six pack of Smirnoff Ice but was confronted by a manager at T.A. Truck stop and returned the item. She then allegedly took a pair of flip flops and two Honey Buns. When an officer arrived, reports state, Frost had consumed one of the Honey Buns. During processing at the Morgan County Detention Center an officer located several Xanax pills in clear bag.

On September 15 a burglary complaint was filed at an Eatonon Road location after a man reported that someone had entered a building and destroyed a safe. Reports state that a five inch hole had been punched in the safe. The complainant valued the safe at $800.

On September 13 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at the Sunflower Convenience store, Eatonton Road. According to reports a woman reported that someone had reached into her unlocked vehicle and removed her purse. Witnesses said several young men were involved and that after the theft they left the parking lot walking north towards the Budget Inn. Officers located the purse in the Budget Inn parking lot and nothing appeared to have been taken.

On September 12 a threat to injure person and simple assault complaint was filed at the Comfort Inn, Eatonton Road, after a woman reported that a woman had threatened to kill her. According to reports, the complainant said the woman entered the motel office and after she was asked if she needed assistance allegedly told an employee “…I’ll kill you. Why are you talking to me? I’ll bust you in your face.” The woman later allegedly spat on the employee twice and told her she would kill her. An officer recognized the description of the green Volvo the suspect was driving from an earlier traffic stop and has identified the woman.

Morgan County Sheriff’s Office

On September 18 a 13-year-old male was arrested and charged with theft by receiving stolen property. According to reports, the juvenile was in the possession of a cell phone that had been reported stolen from a locker room at Morgan County High School.

On September 21, Timothy Edward Stephens, 50, Madison, was arrested and charged with battery after he allegedly poured a drink on a woman and struck the woman in the eye during an argument.

On September 20 a burglary complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location after a woman reported that someone had entered a deer processing building by cutting a window screen. Reports state that an office inside the building was ransacked and $50 was taken.

On September 19 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Mallard Ridge Road location after a woman reported that someone had opened the door to her car and left the door open.

On September 19 a 16-year-old female student at Morgan County High School was charged with carrying a deadly weapon after an administrator searching her purse located a folding razor knife.

On September 18 a harassing phone call complaint was filed at the lobby of the of the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office after a couple reported that while they were driving on Interstate 20 a man sent them a text stating that he was going to kill them with a gun. The man also allegedly stated that the police were currently searching for him and that the couple had “better hope the police find him before he finds them.”

On September 18 a 16-year-old male was arrested at Morgan County High School and charged with disruption of a public school after he allegedly refused to relinquish a cell phone and ear buds while he was in the school’s In School Suspension program. Reports state that the student was given multiple opportunities to comply but refused and left the program without permission. The student was then arrested and transported to the Regional Youth Detention Center in Macon.

On September 17 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Centennial Road, Rutledge, location after a woman reported that someone had taken Hydrocodone, Pantoprazole and Etadalac that had been delivered to her residence via the U.S. Postal Service. The woman said she confirmed that the package had been delivered but she noticed her mail box was open when she went to retrieve the package.

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