Law Enforcement- Madison Police Department

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On June 1 a burglary complaint was filed at a South Main Street location. According to reports, a woman stated that someone entered her apartment located on the third floor of a vacant house. Reports state that an orange purse, a checkbook, jewelry box, Wii game system, 46” flat screen television and Xbox game system were taken. On May 30 Nikolay G. Khomich, 21, Woodstock, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, driving with a suspended license and speeding. According to reports, Khomich was stopped for allegedly driving 92 mph in a 70 mph zone on Interstate 20. Consequent to the stop, an officer discovered that his license had been suspended. Consequent to the arrest for driving with a suspended license, an officer located a small plastic bag of suspected marijuana and three “blunts” in the center console of the vehicle.

On May 29 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location. According to reports, a man stated that someone had entered his truck and removed a Glock 27 .40 caliber handgun in a Fobus holster. On May 24 an affray complaint was filed at an East Jefferson Street location. According to reports, a woman alleged that a woman living in a next door apartment made threats towards her regarding something her boyfriend had said earlier to the woman. Both women were separated and returned to their respective apartments. Ninety minutes later officers were called back to the apartments but on this occasion one woman had gone back into her apartment and the other woman had left the area for the night.

On May 21 a burglary complaint was filed at a Dixie Avenue residence. According to reports, a man met officers at the residence in response to an alarm activation. The man checked the residence with officers and reported that nothing appeared to be missing. According to reports, the complainant’s mother returned at a later date and reported that a $1,200 Apple Macbook computer was missing from the residence.

On May 28 Jennifer Harris, 44, Madison was arrested and charged with shoplifting. According to reports, Harris allegedly attempted to take six pairs of panties valued at $11.77 from the Dollar General store, Eatonton Road, without paying for the items. Reports state that an officer called to the store observed a bulge in the front waistline of Harris’ pants and asked her to remove the items.

On May 27 a simple assault complaint was filed at an Atlanta Highway location. According to reports, a woman said while she was at work, a man allegedly threw an open bottle of Gatorade at her and pushed the back of her head with such force that her earplugs where dislodged and her head struck a machine. The woman said she was summoned to a manager’s office and told to leave the location. The woman said the man was not questioned regarding the incidence. An officer noted that the woman had no spilled fluids on her clothing nor did she have any scrapes or bruising from the incident. The woman complained of neck pain and said she was going to be evaluated at the hospital.

On May 26 a dog attack complaint was filed at a Plum Street location. According to reports, a 15-year-old female reported that while jogging on Plum Street a Pit Bull mix ran onto the street and bit her on the leg. An officer was able to located the dog and its owner. The owner said the dog was not current on rabies vaccination. The teen had a visible bite wound on her right leg. The dog was taken into custody because of the rabies vaccination violation.

On May 27 a found property report was filed at Rite Aid, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man directed an officer to a rear storage area of the store. The man presented the officer with a small plastic bag that contained suspected marijuana. The man said he had found the bag near the toy section of the store on the floor. The bag was taken into custody. On May 27 a burglary complaint was filed at an Atlanta Highway location. According to reports, a man at Larkin Motors reported that someone had forced entry into a storage shed and removed a pressure washer, air compressor, lawn mower, floor jack, electric grill and other items.

On May 26 David Earl Freeman, 62, Rutledge was arrested and charged with DUI, driving with a suspended license (second offense) possession of dangerous drugs, tampering with evidence and drugs not in their original container. According to reports, an officer was contacted regarding a reckless driver on Interstate 20. The officer located a white Buick Park Avenue on the Interstate travelling westbound and pulled the vehicle over in the McDonald’s parking lot. After the stop, reports state, the officer secured several white pills believed to be Hydrocodone from Freeman’s hand and from the center console. The officer reported that the traffic stop was initiated because the vehicle did not have insurance.

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