Madison Police Department
On June 27 a theft by shoplifting compliant was filed at Wal Mart, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee alleged that he observed a Wal Mart employee remove a Blue Tooth device from its packaging, place the device on his person and then throw the empty package into a cardboard baling machine. Reports state that the employee was fired. No arrest or warrant for arrest was made.
On July 7 Kabria Nicole Humphries, 17, Madison was arrested and charged with simple assault. According to reports, Humphries allegedly jumped on her mother outside their Orchard Grove Apartment and struck her several times on the face and head. The mother also showed an officer a bite mark on her wrist that she alleged was from an attack the day before. The fight was started after the mother tried to force Humphries to clean up a mess she had created. On July 5 Humphries was also arrested for disorderly conduct. According to reports, officers were instructed to stop a Monte Carlo on Main Street that had been reported stolen. After the stop, it was determined that the vehicle had not been stolen but Humphries would allegedly not stop cursing at the vehicle’s owners or police officers after the traffic stop.
On July 6 a simple assault complaint was filed at a Micha Way residence after a woman alleged that another juvenile male had struck her juvenile male son in the face. The son did agree that he had been struck in the face and an officer observed a swollen lip.
On July 5 a burglary complaint was filed at a Plain View Storage, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee reported that someone had broken into three units at the storage center. The owner of two of the units arrived and reported that nothing appeared to have been stolen. The renter of the third unit reported that someone had taken a 2004 Harley Davidson Sportser 1200 he had acquire in 2015. The man said he had not received title to the bike and that it has flames on the gas tank and is candy apple red. Saddle bags for the bike were left on a sofa in the storage unit.
On July 5 a theft by taking complaint was filed at Louie Herron Dodge. According to reports, an employee stated that he had left a loaded Glock .380 caliber pistol on his desk at the end of the day. When the employee returned the next day the pistol was gone.
Morgan County Sheriff’s Office
On July 10 an information report was filed at a Seven Islands Road, Buckhead residence. According to reports, a deputy arrived at the residence and observed a man rolling up a wire cord running from the house to a barn. The man said the family had discovered that a grandson had been stealing electricity from his grandmother’s residence for the past two years. The grandmother and man said the theft of services was more than $2,000 and that the woman’s electricity bills had been “outrageous.” The grandson was spoken to and he promised not to steal any more electricity.
On July 9 a 16-year-old female was arrested and charged with speeding and violation of driving restrictions. According to reports, a deputy stopped the female for allegedly driving 80 mph in a 55 mph zone. After running the juvenile’s name he learned that her license had been confiscated by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office over “a mess that happened,” the juvenile said. The juvenile also told the officer that she had “blunts” in her crotch area. After she retrieve the “blunts,” reports state, the officer noted that they contained tobacco. The juvenile was transported to the Morgan County Detention Center and her mother was called.
On July 10 a theft by shoplifting complaint was filed at Dollar General, Newborn Road, Rutledge. According to reports, an employee alleged that a male juvenile took a cell phone. When confronted, reports state, the suspect left the parking lot on a bicycle.
On July 10 Quentravius Cordez Brown 23, Covington was arrested and charged with burglary and battery. According to reports, a man said he came home to his Atlanta Highway residence and noticed that his back door had been kicked open. The man said he entered the residence and was then allegedly attacked by a large man, who, the man said, struck him on the face several times. Brown allegedly was also in the residence. Brown was later arrested at the corner of Williams Street and Kelly Street after he was recognized by a deputy. Reports state that the same residence had been burglarized the night before this incident and neither time was anything reported missing.
On July 8 an arson complaint was filed at a Bostwick Road vacant residence. According to reports, a small fire at the rear of the “turn of the century plantation house with two stories” was extinguished by Morgan County fire personnel.
On July 7 a cruelty toward animals complaint was filed at a Waterford Court residence. According to reports, a man said that while he was feeding his two “Treeing Feist” dogs, the dogs escaped the enclosure and fled. The man said as he was going to retrieve the dogs he heard shots from an adjacent property and he heard his dogs squealing. One dog returned with a gunshot wound to his left rear leg and paw and the other dog did not return. A deputy went to a neighbor’s house and spoke with a woman who said her husband was not home and had left two hours before the incident. A second neighbor said he had not heard any shots.
On July 6 an information report was filed at a intersection of Eatonton Road and Mission Road at 12:45 a.m. According to reports, a deputy arrived and observed a woman lying on the ground outside a van that had suffered extensive front end damage. Reports state that the woman had a shard of wood impaled into the front of her head, near her eye. A Georgia State Patrol trooper arrived and worked the accident. The woman was transported to Athens Regional Hospital. At 3:45 a.m. the trooper contacted the deputy and told him that he believe the accident was caused by a “rolling domestic” altercation and that the woman’s husband may have snatched the steering wheel.