On September 29 a recovered gun report was filed at the Holiday Inn, Ramada Lane. According to reports, a cleaning employee located a loaded .380 caliber Taurus revolver in a room. The weapon was placed in a bag and was then transported to the Madison Police Department. A Stockbridge, Ga. man had rented the room but the phone number he gave the motel was not valid.
On September 30 Kristy Jo Mikeska, 32, Langston, Ala. was arrested and charged with DUI, failure to maintain lane and endangering a child while DUI. According to reports, Morgan County Dispatch received a call regarding a woman at Hill Park who had consumed alcohol and then left with a 4-year-old child in the vehicle. An officer located Mikeska driving a Chevrolet Malibu on U.S. 441 south near Wal Mart. Reports allege that the vehicle failed to maintain its lane several times and eventually stopped for the officer on Madison Lakes parkway. After the stop an officer observed a child in the back seat. Mikeska told the officer she had been confronted by a woman at Hill Park regarding driving with the child in the vehicle. She also told the officer she had taken several shots of liquor while at the park with a friend.
On October 2 Charles William Hutchison, 20, Madison was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. According to reports, officers responded to a complaint at McDonalds, Eatonton Road regarding a mother and daughter in a verbal altercation. When officer arrived the mother said her 15-year-old juvenile was with Hutchison. Officers allegedly observed Hutchison walking away from McDonalds towards Pizza Hut and then to the Citgo Convenience store where he was stopped by a Georgia State Patrol trooper and detained. The mother said she had been attempting to contact her daughter all day but her daughter had refused to tell her where she was. The mother said she received a call that the daughter was at the McDonald’s parking lot with Hutchison.
Officers reported that a vehicle in which Hutchison and the juvenile were sitting had lighters, cigarillo packages and Visine.
The juvenile was released to her mother.