On March 28 a simple assault complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location. According to reports, a man said that while walking with a woman at his job, the woman told the man that she had a boyfriend. The man said after that he attempted to “wave” the woman off but a man in a truck pulled along side and pointed a gun at the complainant. The man said the man in the truck was, apparently, the woman’s boyfriend and he inquired how long the complainant had waited to walk with the woman and he also asked if the complainant would like physical harm to come to him over the woman. The man said his mother convinced him to then quit his job and file a police report.
On March 28 a fraud complaint was filed at a Cedar Drive location. According to reports, a woman alleged that a woman she had hired as a care taker and house keeper had taken more than $15,000 from her. According to reports, the woman said that she was hospitalized and during the hospitalization she had given the woman her debit card and PIN in order to purchase medicine and other needed items. The woman said when she returned home from the hospital she noticed a $500 ATM withdrawl that she had not made. The woman said she confronted the care giver and the care giver told her she had taken the money but planned to give it back. She also said she had $300 left. The woman fired the care taker and told her to remove her personal items from the house. After the woman left, reports state, the complainant found a stack of bank statements in an outdoor grill.
On March 30 a larceny complaint was filed at Wal Mart. According to reports, an employee reported that someone had taken wooden pallets from the store. According to reports, the employee said a black male in a white van pulled the vehicle to where the pallets were stored and then started loading the pallets into the van. A truck driver at the store confronted the male as to whether or not he had permission to take the pallets and the male allegedly told the driver he had permission. The truck driver questioned the male and the male got in the van and left. The employee said this is the second time pallets have been taken. On March 25 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a Third Street location.
According to reports, a woman stated that someone entered her unsecured vehicle and removed two wallets from a purse. The woman said that one wallet contained $100 and another wallet contained her husband’s wedding ring that is valued at $1,500. On March 25 Mark Alexander King, 36, Madison was arrested and charged with simple assault and criminal trespass. According to reports, a woman alleged that King took and destroyed her phone and would not let her leave her Madison Avenue residence. The woman said King accused her of cheating on him and threw her onto a bed and destroyed the phone as she was attempting to call her mother.
On March 27 Beason Randell Franklin, 25, Bostwick, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of methamphetamine and disorderly conduct. According to reports, Franklin was observed in the Green Meadow Drive area by an officer who had knowledge that Franklin had an outstanding arrest warrant. When the officer stopped and commanded Franklin to stop, Franklin allegedly fled into a residence. The officer deployed his Taser into Franklin in a hallway of the residence. After Franklin was detained, reports allege, an officer located a bag of suspected marijuana and a bag of suspected methamphetamine on his person.
On March 23 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Pearl Street location. According to reports, a woman said someone entered an outdoor shed, lifted the hood of her gold 2001 Isuzu Trooper and removed a plastic shroud from her engine. On March 26 a forgery of checks complaint was filed at a Second Street location. According to reports, a woman stated that someone had created five fraudulent checks from a business account and used the account to generate $2,900 worth of fraudulent checks. On March 23 Freddie Leroy Labon, Jr., 29, Madison, was arrested and charged with reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident, damage to property and failure to maintain lane.
According to reports, an officer responded to a complaint call at Morgan Circle in which a woman reported that she observed a man getting into his vehicle after he had crashed the vehicle outside her apartment. Officers located Labon’s wallet at the scene and followed a trail of vehicle fluids from the crash scene to his residence on Garnett Street. When officers arrived Labon was on his telephone with dispatch alleging that someone had wrecked his vehicle and left the vehicle in his driveway.
Labon told the officer that he had just returned from Monroe. On March 24 Fredrikus Lenorris Wiliams, 20, Madison, was arrested and charged with possession of Hydrocodone and drugs not kept in original container. Samuel Jenkins,17, Madison, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, less than an ounce. According to reports, an officer responded to a request for assistance at the city cemetery and observed an officer with three suspects near a Volvo.
The officer stated that during questioning there was a distinct smell of marijuana in the vehicle. The officer said Jenkins told them that the marijuana belonged to him. Officers also located two yellow pills in a Tylenol bottle. Williams took accountability for the pills. He also fell forward prior to questioning and struck his head on the pavement, reports state. Williams told the officers he fell forward and struck his head because he was upset.