Law Enforcement: Madison Police Department

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On January 10 a civil report was filed at an Eatonton Road auto parts store. According to reports, a man stated that on April 2, 2013 a man entered the store and purchased a $1,324.25 air compressor and used the credit account of the company of which he was employed. The complainant said on May 31 he contacted the company regarding payment and was told that the man did not have authorization to purchase the compressor, he no longer was employed by the company and that they did not have possession of the air compressor. The complainant said on January 6 he located the compressor in a Madison pawn shop. The complainant contacted Madison police and police contacted Morgan County Magistrate Judge Connie Holt who told the officers to file a report and that the matter should be handled in civil court.

On January 9 a fraud complaint was filed at an Lawrenceville, Ga. trucking company. According to reports, a man stated that five unauthorized charges totaling $1,500 had been performed at a Madison truck stop for the purchase of fuel.

On January 8 a counterfeit bill report was filed at Wal Mart, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man said that on January 8 an individual entered the store and attempted to purchase several items with a credit card but the card was decline. The man then paid for $602 worth of computer software programs using $100 bills. The bills, reports state, turned out to be fake.

On January 8 a counterfeit bill report was filed at TA Truck Stop, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a woman stated that someone had paid for items with two $50 counterfeit bills. The bills were collected and an officer noted that the bills had the security strip for a $5 bill and a $5 bill water mark. The bills were collected as evidence.

On January 5 a larceny complaint was filed at TA Truck Stop, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a truck driver stated that when he entered the truck stop to shower and refuel, a female trainee he left in the truck allegedly took $200 and left. The man said the woman was supposed to ride with him during training and that she had also taken her belongings.

 

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