Law Enforcement: Madison Police Department

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On November 11 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a Burney Street location. According to reports, a man stated that someone had entered his 1998 Honda Accord and removed a Kodak K5000 camera valued at $35.

On November 8 a larceny complaint was filed at TA Truck Stop, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man stated that at approximately 11 p.m. he woke while sleeping in his truck and noticed a tractor trailer rig parked close to his rig. The man said he also observed a man walking beside his truck with what appeared to be a hose in his hand. The man said after he got dressed and exited the truck he noticed that fuel had been spilled on the ground under his fuel tanks and that the other tractor trailer rig was gone. The man estimated 50 gallons of fuel valued at $182 was missing.

On November 4 Roger Parker Walker, 68, Madison was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. According to reports, an officer was called to the Budget Inn Motel, Eatonton Road, with a request to give Walker a transport to the Chevron station in order to purchase a bus ticket. Reports state that Walker had been transported to the Budget Inn because he had been fighting with family members. When the officer arrived, reports state, he asked Walker if he had the funds to purchase the bus ticket. Reports state that Walker appeared intoxicated and told the officer he had $800. He then allegedly fumbled in his pockets and produced dirty napkins and a lighter. The officer asked Walker where his wallet was and Walker allegedly pulled out a drawer on a night stand. In the drawer, reports state, was a bottle of vodka and a small plastic bag of suspected marijuana. The officer also located a soda can with marijuana residue. Walker was then arrested and transported to the Morgan County Detention Center.

On October 25 a burglary complaint was filed at Madison Tire and Auto, West Washington Street. According to reports, a man stated that someone had shattered a window at the establishment with an anti-freeze bottle, entered the establishment and searched an office area. The complainant said nothing appeared to be missing but he did locate five sets of car keys in the bed of a truck. The keys had originally been hanging in the office.

On October 25 a larceny complaint was filed at a Burney Street location. According to reports, a 17-year-old female stated that a group of girls had engaged in a fight. The teen said she handed her cell phone to another woman and told her to call 911. The teen said while she was attempting to get a small child out of the road, she observed someone in the group of girls fighting knock the phone from the woman’s hand. Another woman picked up the phone and left the location. The phone is valued at $600.

On November 6 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Bell Circle location. According to reports, a woman stated her boyfriend had smashed a window above the kitchen sink in the residence. Reports state that the boyfriend had been escorted from the residence earlier in the evening after a domestic dispute. The complainant said the boyfriend returned and demanded his cell phone charger by yelling through the window. After the woman told the man she did not have the charger, the man allegedly broke the window and fled.

On November 9 a warrant was issued for Kendrick Lewis Simmons, Jr. 23, Madison for obstruction, driving with a suspended license and fleeing and attempting to elude. According to reports, an officer stated that he observed Simmons driving on Micha Way and that he knew Simmons driver’s license had been suspended. The officer reported that he attempted to make a traffic stop on Simmons and that Simmons sped up and drove into Orchard Grove. Reports state that the vehicle stopped and Simmons fled on foot. The officer attempted to taze Simmons but the attempt failed and Simmons fled into a wooded area. A consequent search for Simmons failed.

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