Law Enforcement: Madison Police Department

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On December 23 a burglary complaint was filed at a East Jefferson Street location. According to reports, a woman reported that someone had forced entry into her apartment by the back door and removed an Acer computer, a Sony PlayStation 3, two bottles of perfume that had been placed under a Christmas tree, a 7 inch NextBook tablet, an 8 inch NextBook tablet, five pair of size 8 Nike Air Jordan shoes (still in box), one pair of size 2 Nike Jordan shoes, one pair size 3 Nike shoes, $200 cash and a Ninetendo DS video game. The woman also stated that her male Yorkie mixed breed dog wearing a green sweater was also missing. An officer had located the dog one hour prior to the woman filing the burglary report. The dog was located on North Main Street and was returned to the complainant. An officer also located the Acer computer and the PlayStation 3 game system in a wooded area behind the woman’s apartment. Both those items were processed successfully for fingerprints and returned to the complainant.

On December 13 a threat to injure person complaint was filed at a Vine Street location. According to reports, a man stated that after he asked another man to remove a bottle of water from his vehicle, the second man pulled a pistol and pointed the pistol at the ground. The complainant said the man with the pistol told him he was “going to make me pop your (expletive).” The man with the gun then left the area walking toward North Jefferson Street. Several people at the scene refused to offer statements regarding the altercation.

On December 24 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a Meadow Ridge Drive location. According to reports, a man stated that someone had entered his 2001 Mercury Marquis and removed a 19” Phillips flat screen TV and a Apple Ipad. Both items where located in the trunk and are valued at $1,150.

On November 27 Carri Donielle Vann, 40, Lithia Springs, was arrested and charged with possession of amphetamine and drugs not in their original container. According to reports, a Madison Police Officer responded to a request by the Georgia State Patrol to take over a drug investigation following a traffic stop in the rear parking lot at Wendy’s restaurant, Eatonton Highway. According to reports, the officer observed Vann and two toddler children who were not in safety restraints in the vehicle. The vehicle had been stopped for an expired tag. The officer also recovered two bags of suspected methamphetamine, a bag of uknown pills; some partially crushed, and a glass pipe from the vehicle. Vann told the officer that she was supposed to meet a man in Madison to drop off one of the bags and then was supposed to meet other people in Gwinnett County to drop off the other bags. The woman said she was supposed to get $100 per drop off and she was going to use the money to go Black Friday shopping for her children.

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