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On November 19 a lost or mislaid wallet complaint was filed at Hill Park, South Main Street, after a woman said that she had lost her brown and purple leather wallet that contained $60, a debit card, a driver’s license, a credit card and University of Georgia student identification card.

On November 19 a counterfeit complaint was filed at Chik Fil A restaurant, Eatonton Road after a woman said a customer had attempted to pay for food with a counterfeit $10 bill. When the customer was told that the bill was counterfeit, they paid “with other means.” The bill was retained by police.

On November 18 Kristyn N. Beatenbaugh, 31, Buckhead, was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana and drug related objects. According to reports, Beatenbauch was stopped on Interstate 20 at approximately 1:43 a.m. for allegedly driving 89 mph in a 70 mph zone. Consequent to the stop, officers allegedly found a black bag in the seat that contained a digital scale with a “large amount of crystalline substance all over the item.” They also allegedly found a small pink bag that contained a smaller bag with suspected marijuana and a pipe and a glass bowl, both with black residue. She was also charged with speeding and expired registration.

On November 18 a warrant was issued for the arrest of Jessica Carver, 32, Rutledge for the sell of methamphetamine. According to reports, on November 5 officers established a controlled buy of suspected methamphetamine from Carver. Reports state that a purchase of suspected methamphetamine was made from Carver using government issued funds and that the suspected methamphetamine was then turned over to investigators. A warrant was also issued against Carver for the alleged sale of methamphetamine on November 3 utilizing the same method of investigation.

On November 18 Natasha Ann Young, 29, Madison, was arrested and charged with shoplifting after she allegedly attempted to take $33 worth of items from Wal Mart, Eatonton Road, without paying for the merchandise. The attempt, reports state, was captured on video surveillance.

On November 18 Corvetta Ariana Cobb, 28, Madison was arrested and charged with shoplifting after she allegedly attempted to take $53.74 worth of groceries from Ingles, Eatonton Road, without paying for the items. According to reports, Cobb allegedly pushed a grocery cart out of the store without paying for the groceries to a black Toyota in the parking lot. She then loaded the vehicle with the groceries and got in the vehicle. She drove the vehicle to the Ingles gas station and the driver was told to return to Ingles. After the driver returned to Ingles Cobb exited the passenger side of the vehicle and attempted to run away behind the store but she was stopped by a second Madison police officer.

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