On January 12 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Shakerag Road location after a man reported that someone in a blue Ford pickup truck was driving off Interstate 20 onto his property. The man requested extra patrol for the area.
On January 10 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Reid’s Ferry Road, Buckhead location after a woman reported that someone removed her mailbox.
On January 9 a burglary complaint was filed at Buckhead Grocery, Seven Island Road after an employee reported that she received a burglar alarm call at 2 a.m. and when she arrived at the store at 2:15 a.m. she noticed someone had attempted to gain entry through a rear door. Nothing was reported missing.
On January 9 a theft of livestock complaint was filed at a Seven Islands Road location after a man reported that someone had taken two Black Angus calves and a seven month goat from his property. The man said the livestock had been removed from a cattle trailer. A roll of duct tape was located near the cattle trailer.
On January 9 an information report was filed at a Buckhead Road, Buckhead location after a woman reported that someone behind a gate to a Buckhead Drive residence threw an egg at her vehicle as she was driving down Buckhead Road. The egg created a small crack in the windshield of the 2004 Chrysler Town and Country van. A deputy was able to determine that three teens were responsible for the egg and made contact with the victim and stated that they would repair the windshield.
On January 7 Micheal Lee Jordan, Jr. 33, was arrested and charged with battery after he allegedly woke up a woman at 1:15 a.m. and told her that “God had sent him to punish” her before he dragged the woman from the house and forced her to the road where he told her to start walking. Reports state that the woman had been staying at the residence and Jordan told officers he had asked her 13 times to leave but she would not. The woman was located walking on Bethany Road and returned to the residence.
On January 7 a warrant was issued for the arrest of John Brockman, III, 49, Rutledge for theft by conversion charges. According to reports, Brockman allegedly took a .357 Magnum pistol from another man and pawned the weapon for $365. The weapon was later sold but a deputy tracked down the pistol and secured the pistol.
On January 7 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Seven Islands Road location after a man said someone had entered his property and broken the driver’s side glass out of a Volkswagen on the property.
On January 6 Phillip Ray Stovall, Jr., 25, Madison, was arrested and charged with an outstanding warrant for battery, criminal damage to property and cruelty toward children and one count possession of marijuana and one count possession of drug related objects. According to reports, an investigator located Stovall’s vehicle at the residence. After arresting Stovall without incident officers allegedly located burnt marijuana cigarettes, a pipe and a glass jar with leafy materials in a guest bedroom in the residence.
On January 6 Kerri Cordez Robinson, 23, Madison, was arrested and charged with forgery in the first degree after he allegedly had a fraudulent identification card while being detained at the Morgan County Detention Center.
On January 5 a cruelty toward animals complaint was filed at a Buckhead Road location after a man reported that someone had shot and killed a pig on the property.