Madison Police Department
On June 29 a burglary complaint was filed at a East Avenue residence. According to reports, the executor of an empty property stated that sometime between June 16 and June 29 someone entered the vacant residence through a sun room door. Damages were made to both the sun room door and French doors. Estimated damages is $1,000.
On June 29 an information report was filed at the Morgan County Courthouse, East Jefferson Street. According to reports, a man said that after a temporary protective order hearing, he heard the male involved in the hearing mutter threats towards the female in the hearing. The man said he heard the male state “I’ll (expletive) kill her and if you think I’m crazy now, just wait.”
On June 28 a harassing phone call complaint was filed at the Madison Police Department. According to reports, a Bishop resident reported that on June 28 at approximately 3:30 p.m. he received a disturbing voice mail from a caller with a North Carolina telephone number. The message, in part, said “I have gotten rid of her and have removed her fingerprints and teeth.”
On June 28 a battery complaint was filed at a North Second Street residence. According to reports, an officer arrived at the residence and was told by a male that a woman involved in the argument had left. The officer stopped the woman in her vehicle on North Main Street for questioning. The woman was not wearing pants, reports state, and said she and the man had engaged in a brief argument that led to a scuffle and she left the residence. The man said the woman had been hanging around his house most of the day and came and interrupted his sleep and in his confused state he scuffled with the woman.
On July 1 Quamaine Brown, 25, Madison was arrested and charged with forgery in the first degree. According to reports, Brown was arrested at the EZ Bottle Shop liquor store on West Washington after he allegedly attempted to cash a fraudulent $414.16 employment check from Wendy’s. An employee at the liquor store said Brown had earlier cashed a $418..16 at Olde South Wine and Spirits that was also fraudulent. An officer called Wendy’s and was told that Brown was not an employee.
On July 2 Larry Donelll Carter, 28, Madison was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. According to reports, officers responded to a suspicious van parked behind the Budget Inn, Eatonton Road. After they arrived they allegedly observed Carter in a deep sleep with the vehicle still running. After several attempts waken Carter failed paramedics eventually removed Carter from the vehicle and he gained consciousness. In one had he was allegedly holding a small plastic bag of suspected marijuana. Carter was taken to Morgan Memorial Hospital and discharged at 6:45 a.m. where he was then arrested on the marijuana charge as well as outstanding warrants.
On July 2 a burglary complaint was filed at a Carriage Lane residence. According to reports, a woman said someone entered her son’s residence and removed three bottles of liquor, children’s clothing and a bowl full of change. The woman said she suspects a man who has been using the son’s van to drive to work while the son is incarcerated.
On July 3 a shoplifting warrant was issued for Harlen Davis, 22, Grayson. According to reports, Davis allegedly took a pocket knife ($3.83) from Wal Mart, Eatonton Road without paying for the item. He also allegedly took his shoes off and put new shoes ($12.44) on and left the store. An employee attempted to prevent him from leaving the store but he fled and ran to a white Ford Fiesta and fled.
Morgan County Sheriff’s Office
On July 4 Norman Ahmad Ross, 17, Madison was arrested and charged with public drunkenness and possession of alcohol by a minor. According to reports, deputies were called to a Waterstone Drive, Buckhead at 4 a.m. regarding a man banging on a door and yelling for the homeowners to call police. When a deputy arrived they located Ross sitting on the floor inside the residence. Ross allegedly told the deputy that he had been drinking beer earlier that day with a male friend and a female and at some point he fell asleep and awoke to the male striking him with an object.
On July 3 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Sugar Creek Trail residence. According to reports, a man said someone entered a house he has for sale and damaged front porch railings.
On July 3 a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at a Cleveland Avenue, Buckhead residence. According to reports, a man alleged that two neighborhood juveniles shot air soft pellets at his aunt’s silver Jeep Cherokee. The juvenile’s were located but denied every being on the complainant’s property.
On June 2 Quentravious Cordez Brown, 23, Covington was arrested and charged with public drunkenness. According to reports, a deputy responded to a fight call at East Main Street, Rutledge. When he arrived the fighting had dissipated but he was informed that Brown was walking on James Street. Brown was located and, reports state, immediately dropped to the pavement as soon as he was approached by police. Brown allegedly said he had been in a fight earlier with his uncle that started over an argument over access to a hose pipe for a drink of water.
On June 30 a family violence complaint was filed at a Second Street, Bostwick residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a man known to her kicked her in her upper thigh.
On June 30 a damage to property complaint was filed at Joe’s Store, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a deputy reported to the intersection of Seven Islands Road and U.S. 441 regarding a road rage incident. A man driving a red Ford F 150 pickup truck said as he was following a truck in front of him, a ladder came loose and hit the road and then struck his vehicle. The man driving the truck with the ladder said that after he had passed the driver of the F 150 the complainant “shot him a bird” and then tailgated him until the ladder fell out.
On June 30 Jason Terrell Browhow, 31, Bethlehem, Ga. was arrested and charged with DUI and broken taillight. According to reports, Browhow was stopped at 1:27 a.m. near the intersection of Highway 83 and Second Street in Bostwick. Consequent to the stop the officer alleged that Browhow was impaired. Reports state that Browhow was driving with a temporary DUI permit at the time of the stop and that a passenger in the vehicle’s license had been revoked for habitual violator, DUI.
On June 29 a simple battery complaint was filed at a Longwood Drive residence. According to reports, a 40-year-old woman alleged that her 22-year-old son had wrestled her to the ground when she attempted to stop a fight between the son and his girlfriend. The woman said her son bit her on the ear, slammed her head to the ground several times, grabbed her neck and threatened to kill her. The son said the argument was only verbal and that he had not touched his mother. The son’s girlfriend also said the argument was verbal.
On June 28 a burglary complaint was filed at a Eatonton Road residence. According to reports, a man said when he woke up to go fishing he noticed that someone had taken his Davis Industries .380 pistol from his night stand. The man said the last time he remembers seeing the pistol was two weeks ago when he placed it in the nightstand when he returned from fishing.
On June 28 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Sandy Creek Road residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a truck driver had struck a power pole and caused a silver pole to enter her roof and go into her attic. The incident caused a loss of power and the woman said she was getting rain damage as well. The owner of the trucking company was called and agreed to immediately have the woman’s roof fixed and have her electricity put back into service.
On June 27 an ATV on public road complaint was filed at the intersection of Centennial Road and Newborn Road. According to reports, a deputy allegedly observed a 15-year-old male riding a moto cross bike on the road. Reports state that the deputy had warned the youth on a prior occasion to not ride the bike on the road. The youth was cited and the bike was towed to impound.