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Madison Police Department

On February 11 Danny Lewis Scott, 54, Madison was arrested and charge with pedestrian under the influence of alcohol. According to reports, a woman at an East Jefferson Street resident reported that at 7 p.m. Scott came to her residence to deliver mail that had been mailed to his residence. The woman said that while he was leaving the mail he became belligerent and began cursing at her, her husband and the couple’s 7–year–old daughter. Officers arrived and observed that Scott was “very intoxicated.” The officer said he told Scott to leave the residence and not come back. The officer left and waited at an intersection near the complainant’s residence. Soon, reports state, the husband ran to the officer’s patrol unit and informed the officer that Scott had returned to the residence and was cursing at the occupants, again. The officer responded and arrested Scott.

On February 7 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Dixie Avenue residence. According to reports, a woman reported that she observed a flat bed truck hauling a movie trailer run over her grass while executing a turn onto Academy Street. The woman said when she returned to her residence later she noticed that both a stop sign and a street sign had been run over. An officer questioned movie personnel who all denied any knowledge of damage to the signs. The signs are valued at $381.90.

On February 9 a simple assault complaint was filed at a Sycamore Street residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that during an argument, a man damaged several coffee cups, a pepper grinder and attempted to damage a chandelier, causing her to fear for her safety.

On February 9 a simple assault complaint was filed at a Micha Way residence. According to reports, a woman said after her husband accused her of “cheating” on him, he scratched her neck, threw bleach on her and then fled on foot.

On February 6 an information report was filed at Madison’s City Hall, North Main Street. According to reports, a city employee reported that as she was attempting to assist a woman paying her water bill the woman told her “we are going to get this (expletive) straight right now.” The employee immediately called for a supervisor who attempted to talk to the customer and the customer threatened to attack the employee “when I catch you in the street.” An officer interviewed the customer later and the customer told the officer that she and the employee had a past problem that had not been resolved and that when she went to pay her water bill the employee allegedly met her with a “smirk grin on her face.”

On February 7 Zachary Patrick Anderson, 20, Madison was charged with DUI, possession of alcohol by a minor and hit and run. According to reports, Anderson allegedly drove a 2003 Dodge Dakota through the intersection of Pine Street and East Washington Street and was struck on the side by another vehicle. The truck allegedly continued onto Pine Street and turned into a driveway. Officers located Anderson at the residence off Pine Street and he was arrested.

On February 6 a warrant was issued for the arrest of Marion Lee Boyd, 46, Madison on aggravated assault charges. According to reports, a woman alleged that on February 3 Boyd accused the woman of cheating on him and struck her on the arms, legs and back with a metal pipe for approximately 15 minutes and threatened to kill her if she ever left him. The woman said on February 4 she and Boyd walked to Town Park and the BP Convenience store on Main Street and Boyd allegedly told her if she sought assistance he would push her into traffic.

The woman said on February 5 she and Boyd were walking on Garnett Street and a man asked her if she was “okay” and she told him “No, I want to call someone.”

The woman said when Boyd heard her reply, he allegedly strangled her, threw her to the ground and began to “stomp” her on the head. The man intervened and the woman ran into the man’s residence and called her grandmother for assistance.

Morgan County Sheriff’s Office

On February 12 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Mount Vernon Road residence. According to reports, a man said after constructing a fence on his father’s property, someone tore down 50 to 75 feet of fence. The man said he had informed an adjoining property owner of his intent to construct the fence and the adjoining property owner was “not very fond” of the idea. The man said the adjoining property owner’s children ride four-wheelers on the property without permission. The man estimated the damage to the fence at $300. The adjoining property owner was served with a criminal trespass notice.

On February 13 a verbal altercation complaint was filed at a Doster Road residence. According to reports, a deputy arrived at the residence and a father told the deputy that he and his 17–year–old son had verbal confrontations that included the son getting so close to the father and screaming to the extent that the father could feel spit hit his face. The Department of Family and Children Services were eventually contacted and sent a representative. The son was then removed from the house. A day prior a battery and disorderly conduct complaint was filed at at the same residence in regards to the same teen. Reports state that a woman alleged the teen grabbed her wrist to prevent her from disciplining one of his younger siblings.

On February 12 a theft complaint was filed at a Old Mill Road location. According to reports, a man alleged that members of a framing crew working on a new house had taken 2” x 6’ pressure treated wood from the job site. The man said he called the framing crew’s owner and said the owner was upset regarding the call but that the material was returned.

On February 12 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Fears Road residence. According to reports, a man alleged that neighbors had taken his red-nose Pit Bull. The man alleged the same family had earlier tried to take a Pit Bull puppy. The neighbors called police after they alleged that the man came onto their property demanding that they return the dog. The neighbors said they had not take the dog and that the man forced one of their vehicles to stop in the driveway and banged on the hood of the car demanding the return of the dog, failing which, violence against the neighbors would ensue.

On February 12 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Brownwood Road residence. According to reports, a woman said someone had entered her property and moved items around and turned over an outdoor swing. The suspect also placed a condom on the door handle and threw toilet paper in a tree.

On February 11 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Sandy Creek Road residence. According to reports, a woman said someone had taken a car jack and air compressor from the residence.

On February 11 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Mallard Court residence. According to reports, a man said he ordered a tail light lens for a 2008 Dodge Ram. The man said the parts company said the package had been delivered to his porch but the complainant said he never received the package. The complainant said he then located an empty box in a vacant lot near his residence that was addressed to him. The man said the tail light was valued at $40.

On February 10 Steven Howell Bradford, 51, Madison was arrested and charged with simple battery after he allegedly pushed his fist into a man’s neck during an argument regarding going to a casino.

On February 9 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Holstein Road residence. According to reports, a man alleged that his brother–in–law came to his house while he was out of town for three days and removed batteries from a MX500 scooter, pulled a wall outlet out of wall, removed a fog light bulb from his 1998 Mercury Mountaineer and disassembled a back deck on his house. The complainant said the brother–in–law “has been known to to things like this before.”

On February 9 Amir Rasheed Brown, 18, Madison was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, less than an ounce. According to reports, Brown was a passenger in a vehicle driven by a 17–year-–old girl on Interstate 20. The vehicle was stopped for speeding and consequent to the stop, the car was searched. A deputy allegedly located a small amount of marijuana behind the glove box of the Dodge Charger. The teen was cited for speeding and also charged with possession of marijuana, less than an ounce.

On February 9 a burglary and theft by taking complaint was filed at a Apalachee Road residence. According to reports, a man said someone took his yellow 54” Hustler Raptor SD z–turn lawn mower valued at $4,000; a Stihl chainsaw valued at $250 and a orange Stihl chainsaw valued at $250.

On February 9 a fraud complaint was filed at the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office after a woman alleged that someone had used her Capitol One card to charge $489 worth of bedding from an online store. The bedding was supposed to be shipped to an address in Thompson, Ga.

On February 8 a harassing communications complaint was filed at the Country Store, Bostwick Highway. According to reports, a man alleged that someone called the store and made inappropriate comments to a clerk at the store.

On February 8 a theft by extortion complaint was filed at a Bostwick Road residence. According to reports, a man said he received an email from serialkiller904@gmail.com that said the sender had been hired by a friend of the complainant’s to kill him. The complainant said the email did not include his name. The sender also was demanding a $10,000 payment in order to spare his life. The man said he assumed the email was a scam but he wanted a report.

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