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Madison Police Department:

On September 27 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Morgan Circle location. According to reports, a woman said that someone had slashed the front tire of her 2007 Chevy Impala. The complainant said that last week someone slashed two tires on the vehicle. The woman said replacement cost for the tire is $109. On September 27 a damage to property complaint was filed at Budget Inn, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a woman said she observed a man standing next to a vehicle and then heard the sound of air releasing from a tire. The woman said she walked to the vehicle and observed that the front tire was flat from a cut and a rear tire was going flat. On September 26 a damage to property complaint was filed at O’Reilly’s Auto Parts, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man stated that someone had broken a window from a delivery truck. On September 26 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Lark Martin Street location. According to reports, a woman said she observed a group of young men walking on the street in front of her residence and that one of the young men threw a rock through her window. On September 27 a cruelty toward child complaint was filed at a Madison Avenue location. According to reports, a woman said that while she was at the location she was holding another woman’s child. The complainant said she accidentally dropped the child and when she did the child’s mother slapped the complainant’s 10-year-old daughter in the face. The mother told an officer she slapped the 10-year-old because after the woman dropped her child, the10-year-old allegedly acted like dropping the child was “no big deal.” On September 24 Willie Chuck Russell, 54, Madison, was arrested and charged with shoplifting. According to reports, an officer responded to a shoplifting complaint at Wal Mart, Eatonton Road. While reviewing surveillance video, reports state, the officer observed Russell remove two Xbox controllers from their box and then leave the store on a bicycle. Russell was arrested at the Budget Inn after the officer questioned him regarding the theft, which he denied. On September 20 a fraud complaint was file at a Sulgrave Drive location. According to reports, a woman said someone used her Regions debit card information to make three purchases in Tannersville, Pa. for more than $600. The woman said she was contacted by the bank regarding the purchases and that her account had been locked by the bank because of the suspicious activity. On September 22 Stephanie Ryan Deerman, 34, Monroe, was arrested and charged with shoplifting. According to reports, Deerman allegedly took a package of friendship bracelets ($3), two bedroom slippers ( $4.97), one package of make-up ($9.84) and one pair of children’s rubber boots ($13.87) without paying for the items.

 

Morgan County Sheriff’s Office:

On September 29 a prowling complaint was filed at a Newborn Road, Rutledge location. According to reports, a man said that at 3:18 a.m. he heard the sound of glass breaking outside his residence. The man said he went outside and saw a white male, approximately 5’10,” 190 pounds with black hair. The man fled the residence in a mid 1980s Dodge pickup truck. Nothing was reported missing. On September 29 a simple battery complaint was filed at Morgan County Middle School. According to reports, a teacher reported that a juvenile student had poked her with a thumb tack. On September 29 a theft by deception complaint was filed at a Flat Rock Road location. According to reports, a man said he had agreed to sell a man a car on Craiglist for $1,000. The complainant said a buyer sent him a check for $3,000 and told him to wire $2,000 to him so he could pay the transport company. The bank initially told the complainant that the $3,000 check was good but two days later told him that the check was fraudulent. The bank then removed the $2,000 from the man’s account. On September 28 an animal bite complaint was filed at a Cooper Lane location. According to reports, a woman said while she was walking on Cooper Lane, a brown Pit Bull dog ran onto the road and bit her. The dog was then called back by its owners. The woman said she did not need immediate medical assistance. On September 27 Kelsey Irene Campbell, 21, Nashville, TN, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. According to reports, Campbell was a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped for speeding on U.S. 441. Consequent to the traffic stop, reports state, a small amount of suspected marijuana was located in the vehicle and Campbell allegedly told the deputy the suspected marijuana belonged to her. On September 27 a burglary complaint was filed at a Barrows Grove Road location. According to reports, a man said that someone removed a 21” Husqvarna chain saw and a 18” Poulan chain saw from a room attached to his house. On September 27 a criminal damage to property and simple battery complaint was filed at the downtown Rutledge park. According to reports, a man said that at 10 p.m. he and a woman had a verbal argument. The man said the woman kicked and dented his vehicle and struck him several times during the argument. On September 26 a suspicious activity complaint was filed at a Head Road location. According to reports, a woman alleged that she can hear noises and voices of a man and woman under her manufactured house during the night. The woman said she can also smell the woman’s perfume. The complainant said that she had heard the noises before but that the couple had been under her residence every night this week. On September 25 a medical call assist report was filed at a Holland Springs Road location. According to reports, a man said that his brother had been drinking heavily and had scattered trash around the yard before falling and hitting his head on a concrete block. A deputy observed that the man’s head was bleeding profusely and that the man was coming in and out of consciousness. When medical workers arrived, reports state, the man became uncooperative and told the workers that he “see’s God and wants to go back.” The man was transported to Morgan Memorial Hospital for treatment and then was returned back to the Holland Springs Road residence without further incident. On September 25 a financial transaction card theft complaint was filed at a Adair Road, Rutledge, location. According to reports, a woman said he daughter, who is attending college, received a letter from a bank informing her that the bank believed the daughter’s account had been compromised. The woman said there were three charges on the daughter’s account at a Rutledge convenience store that appeared to be fraudulent. On September 24 a theft by shoplifting complaint was filed at Dollar General, Newborn Road, Rutledge. According to reports, a woman said a black male with a neck tattoo had taken his shoes off and placed a new pair of blue “house” shoes on his feet and then left the store without paying for the shoes. Another man told police that he had met the man earlier on Facebook and had agreed to meet the man in Rutledge. The witness showed a deputy a Facebook picture of the suspect and several witnesses positively identified the suspect. A warrant was to be issued. On September 24 a verbal dispute complaint was filed at a Newborn Road, Rutledge location. According to reports, a woman said that the father of her child came to the residence in an intoxicated state and beat on the windows in an attempt to coax her out of the house. The woman said she wanted to be left alone. On September 24 a harassing communications complaint was filed at a Baldwin Dairy Road location. According to reports, a man said that an inmate at the Morgan County Detention Center had attempted to call him two times on his cell phone. The complainant said he did not take the calls, in part, because the inmate was incarcerated because of threats the inmate made to the complainant on September 13, 2014. On September 23 a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at a Lanius Road, Bostwick location. According to reports, a man said $12,000 worth of damage had been done to tires on a skidder and lowboy trailer used in a tree cutting service. A deputy observed that three tires had puncture marks that appeared to have been made by an ice pick or tire tool. On September 23 a damage to property complaint was filed at a West Magnolia Loop locaton. According to reports, a man said a man next door was cutting down a tree and that a limb fell and struck and damaged a magnolia tree in his yard. The man said he attempted to gain compensation from the man cutting the tree but was not successful. He estimated the damage to the magnolia tree at $1,000. The man cutting the tree told the deputy that he attempted to reason with the complainant but “based on his behavior” he felt threatened and he requested extra patrol until his work at the residence was completed. On September 23 a burglary complaint was filed at a Fears Road, Rutledge location. According to reports, a man said someone entered a vacant house he owns and did several thousand dollars of damage by destroying walls and fixtures. A deputy reported that light fixtures had been ripped from walls and ceilings, doors had been torn down, windows had been broken, a sink was destroyed, paint was splattered against damaged walls in the garage and a porch screen had been ripped off. The complainant said he had come to the house to prepare it for a open house when he noticed the damage. On September 23 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Whispering Lakes Trail location. According to reports, a woman said someone took gas from her Cadillac CTS. The woman said that she had a quarter of a tank of gas on September 22 but no gas on September 23. She said the gas cap to the vehicle was left off but the door to the tank

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