On January 4 Tiffany Jane Wall, 21, Madison was arrested and charged with obstruction and disorderly conduct. According to reports, officers responded to a domestic dispute complaint at a Dixie Highway residence and located Wall sitting in the corner of a room in the residence. Reports state that Wall allegedly yelled obscenities at another woman in the residence. An officer instructed Wall to cease yelling and Wall continued. The officer told Wall that she was under arrest and Wall allegedly said, “Bring it on (expletive), you are going to have to tase me.” The deputy and another officer were able to restrain Wall and after they placed her in a patrol vehicle she allegedly banged her head against the metal cage, causing a laceration to her head. She was treated by EMS and then transported to the Morgan County Detention Center.
On January 4 a burglary complaint was filed at a Parks Mill Road location. According to reports, a woman stated that someone had entered a rental property she owned. A deputy observed that an exterior window air conditioning unit was on the ground outside a window and that a rear door was open. The tenant of the property arrived and said he could not find anything missing or disturbed.
On January 1 a violation of a temporary protective order complaint was filed at a Estes Road location. According to reports, a woman stated that her estranged husband had called her cell phone on January 1 and left a threatening message including the prediction that the complainant would be “judged by 12 of her peers.” The woman said she also located a 2014-2015 pocket calendar in her mailbox that she believed was left by the estranged husband. In May, reports state, the woman had received a protective order against the man by the Morgan County Superior Court.
On January 1 a verbal dispute complaint was filed at a Newborn Road, Rutledge location. According to reports, a woman alleged that a man in her residence was intoxicated and had a history of both drug use and domestic violence. A deputy located the man and, reports state, the man did not appear intoxicated and he agreed to leave the residence, which he did on foot.
On December 30 an information report was filed at a Mallard Ridge Road location. According to reports, a woman alleged that a man had threatened her. The woman said she had introduced the man to a female friend but since she had introduced the female friend who had since ignored the first man. The woman said the man had taken umbrage with her and that on one occasion had patted a handgun he had on his person when he saw the complainant. The man also allegedly text message the female friend and told her that he would “have his day” and that he hoped the female friend was “not in the way” on the day that he would “have his day.”
On December 30 a burglary complaint was filed at a West Main Street, Rutledge, location. According to reports, a 17-year-old male said he observed someone in camouflage clothing with a white mask with the eyes cut out coming out of a wooded area near his house. The complainant said when he the man observed him he fled across West Main Street. The complainant said he gave chase, to no avail, and when he returned home he noticed that his Sony Playstation and a controller was missing from his bedroom.
On December 29 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Hayes Street location. According to reports, a woman stated that her son told her that her estranged husband had told him that he had taken a Hi-Point 9mm pistol from the complainant’s house. The complainant said the man no longer lives at the residence and is now living with his parents. She said he does not have a key or security code access to the residence. The woman said the man was a convicted felon, as well.