Madison Police Department
On March 18 an arrest warrant for battery was issued for Antwan Tremayne Laguin, 29, Madison. According to reports, officers were called to the area of Barclay and Cornwall street for a fight in progress complaint at approximately 9 p.m. Officers were told that a large fight was in progress. When officers arrived the crowd had dissipated but officers did find a woman unconscious and prone on the ground next to a Chevrolet Tahoe. An officer attempted to assist the woman, who had a “very swollen and bloody mouth” until emergency medical workers arrived. Once the EMTs arrived the woman was transported to Morgan Memorial Hospital where she gained consciousness enough to allegedly told officers Laguin had beaten her at the Barclay and Cornwall streets location. The woman said someone had taken her car keys, not allowing her to leave. Another witness said the woman had been at the location to attend a child’s birthday party. Later, the woman told officers that she and Laguin argued regarding her alcohol consumption while at the party and that he allegedly struck her in the face with a closed fist. She said she lost consciousness after the punch and did not remember anything else until she awoke at the hospital.
On March 18 a warrant for battery was issued against Justin T. Whitlock, 18, Madison. According to reports, officers where called to a Bramblewood Drive apartment after a woman alleged that she witnessed Whitlock strike a woman in the face. The victim told officers that at approximately 9:20 p.m. Whitlock struck her once in the face as she sat in the front passenger seat of her car. Whitlock then left the area in a green Ford Focus.
On March 18 a burglary complaint was filed at a Dixie Avenue residence. According to reports, a man said that someone entered his garage and stole a 12” RIGID miter saw table and several bottles of Bear Claw wine. The wine, the complainant said, was taken from a refrigerator.
On March 18 a theft by shoplifting complaint was filed at Hibbets Sports, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee said that two black females and a black male, all estimated to be in their 20s, entered the store and while the employee went into a back room area, fled the store with three pairs of Air Jordan tennis shoes. The shoes are valued at $380. The employee was able to secure a license plate number for the red Honda Accord the trio fled in. He also told authorities that the male appeared “extremely effeminate.”
On March 18 Drewlonda S. Feimster, 23, Decatur was arrested and charged with speeding and possession of marijuana, less than an ounce. According to reports, Feimster was stopped while allegedly driving 101 mph on Interstate 20. Consequent to the stop, reports state, an officer said he noticed the distinct odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. A small amount of suspected marijuana was located in the glove box of the vehicle.
On March 18 an entering auto complaint was filed at a Pearl Street residence. According to reports, a man said that sometime between midnight and 8 a.m. someone entered his vehicle and took a Ruger SR 22 from the center console of the vehicle. The complainant said he left the vehicle unlocked.
On March 17 an entering auto complaint was filed at a Dos Amigos, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a woman said someone smashed the front passenger window of her vehicle and removed a gray duffle bag that contained a gray wallet and clothes.
On March 16 Brandy Starr Lloyd, 39, Madison was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. According to reports, officers were called to the Budget Inn, Eatonton Road, regarding two persons loudly fighting in a room. An officer reported that when he went to the room, he recognized Lloyd, in part, because he has had several dealings with her in the past. When the officer requested Lloyd’s driver’s license, Lloyd said she did not have her license and told the officer her name was Hope Summers. At this point the officer attempted to arrest Lloyd and Lloyd allegedly resisted and another officer had to aid the primary officer in her arrest.
On March 16 a simple assault complaint was filed at a Wal Mart, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man said while he was at Wal Mart with his two small sons, the mother of the children and her new boyfriend arrived. The complainant said when he attempted to speak to the woman, her new boyfriend confronted him and, at one point, allegedly threatened to “put a bullet” in the complainant’s head. The complainant said this is the second time the boyfriend has threatened to kill him.
On March 16 a burglary complaint was filed at a Creek Point residence. According to reports, a woman said when she arrived home she noticed her television sitting on the floor of her bedroom and outside from the bedroom door unlocked. The woman said she also found a faceplate to a car radio belonging to her boyfriend on top of a microwave oven. She also reported that someone had removed four 24” rims from a car driven by her boyfriend. The boyfriend arrived at the residence and an officer asked him what time he had left that morning and he allegedly replied “What does it matter when I left” before slamming his fist on a kitchen table and leaving the residence.
On March 15 Blatant Singh, 36, Madison was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, battery, cruelty to children and interfering with 911 calls. According to reports, Singh allegedly hit a woman in the face and choked her to unconsciousness at an Overlook Drive residence. The woman said she called 911 for assistance but alleged that Singh took the phone away and choked her until she passed out. The woman said after she regained consciousness, Singh allegedly began to beat her again. Sing told officers that he had struck the woman once to keep her from taking medication.
On March 13 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Travel Centers, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man said he left a refrigerated trailer unit at the truck stop and when he returned to retrieve the trailer, the trailer was gone. The complainant said a tracking device showed the trailer at a Meriwether, Ga. location and the man went to the location but could not find the trailer.
On March 12 Carlos Daniel Gomez, 39, Warner Robins was arrested and charged with DUI, failure to maintain lane, failure to report accident, and DUI drugs. According to reports, an officer was called to a single car incident off the exit 114 ramp at 8:47 a.m. The officer found a black Jeep unoccupied and heavily damaged in the woods. The officer also located an insurance card with Gomez’ name on the card. The officer reported that he had previously had dealings with Gomez regarding Gomez refusing to pay for his room at Super 8 motel because the rate had risen because of the “overwhelming smell of marijuana” in the room. The officer requested other officers check the Waffle House for Gomez and he was located at a Waffle House with the key to the Jeep in his pocket. He was then arrested.
Morgan County Sheriff’s Office
On March 19 Tiffany Michele Hudgins, 28, Athens was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine, tag light required, open container and was issued a warning for speeding. According to reports, a vehicle Hudgins was driving on Athens Highway was stopped at 3:55 a.m. for allegedly speeding. Consequent to the stop, reports state, an officer noted that Hudgins smelled of alcohol. Huggins offered that there was an open beer can in the center console of the vehicle. Reports state that a deputy also allegedly found a small amount of suspected cocaine in a plastic bag in a Newport cigarette box in the vehicle.
On March 19 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Double Bridges Road residence. According to reports, a man said someone in a dually pickup truck ran through a wire fence on his property, turned around in the pasture and then left through the gap in the fence. A neighbor’s mailbox was also destroyed.
On March 18 a dog complaint was filed at a Nunnally Street, Rutledge residence. According to reports, a man alleged that a neighbor’s Pit Bull dogs were coming into his yard and chasing his dogs. The complainant said there was also a third dog, a grey Pit Bull, that was coming into his yard and chasing his daughter. The man said he wanted a police report filed in case he had to use deadly force against the dogs.
On March 18 a prowler complaint was filed at a Newborn Road residence. According to reports, a man said that at 4 a.m. he heard his dogs barking and he observed a white figure in the his back yard near a pump house. The man said he grabbed a pistol and made his way outside and positioned himself where he could still faintly see the figure standing in the same spot. The complainant said when the figure bent over to pick something up from the ground he raised his pistol in a defensive position. The man said the figure then disappeared into the wood line behind the property. The complainant said he heard no noise when the figure left. The complainant also said there had been other unusual occurrences at the property including a gate being left open when neither he nor his fiancée leave the gate open and that he has found beer cans inside a fenced area that are from brands that no one allowed on the property drinks.
On March 17 an entering auto complaint was filed at Country Boys RV Park, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man said someone entered his 2002 Ford 250 and removed a Dell laptop computer, black notebook and a water bottle with “Baxalta” printed on it. The man said a stainless Ruger 9 mm pistol was also taken. The man said he had not locked the truck prior to the theft.
On March 17 a fraud complaint was filed at an Academy Lane, Rutledge residence. According to reports, a woman said she was contacted by someone who claimed they were a representative of the complainant’s health insurance company. She said the woman advised her to take a picture of her W2 tax form and check stubs and send them to a cell phone number. The woman said she did and then she received a text requesting her birth date. The woman said she then contacted her insurance company and was told that they had already received the information via normal channels and that she should not send out that information.
On March 16 a fraud complaint was filed at a Oak Lane, Madison residence. According to reports, a man said that after he had dropped off tax information to a Social Circle accountant, he was informed by the accountant that someone else had used his Social Security information to filed taxes.
On March 15 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at an Athens Highway residence. According to reports, a man alleged that his girlfriend had come to his residence and attacked him. The man had a small laceration on his neck, reports state. A deputy spoke to the girlfriend and she said that the man had stopped talking to her and she was curious the cause and while attempting to extract the source of the silence, an argument ensued. The property owner requested that the girlfriend be banned from the property.
On March 14 an information report was filed at a Fears Road residence. According to reports, a man said a woman with whom he had a joint checking account with had written a counter check for $1,300 from the account and did not have permission to do so. The man said the incident occurred after the man told the woman she could no longer live at his residence.
On March 14 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Davis Academy Road residence. According to reports, a man alleged that someone entered a safe in his house and removed $1,000. The man said the last time he had opened the safe he did so with difficulty so he did not secure the safe and left it partially open.
On March 14 a entering auto complaint was filed at a Mission Road residence. According to reports, a woman said someone broke into her locked Chevrolet Tahoe and took $20. Reports state that greasy fingerprints were left on the top of the vehicle’s door.