Madison Police Department

Madison Police Department

Jesse Walker Law Enforcement

On Jan. 15 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Micha Way residence. According to reports, a man said while he was sitting in the living room of his residence with a woman he heard a knock on the door but ignored it. The man said the knock became a banging and he looked outside and allegedly observed a vehicle that belonged to a former girlfriend parked in front of his residence. The complainant said he then heard his bedroom window shatter. The vehicle then left the area. An officer was able to locate the vehicle. He made an investigation stop and spoke with the driver, the former girlfriend. She denied being at the man’s residence. She was however served with a criminal trespass notice to not go to the complainant’s property or she would be arrested. She agreed not to return, reports state.

On Jan. 15 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Commerce St. residence. According to reports, an officer was called to a domestic disturbance at the residence at 1:24 p.m. While enroute he was advised that one of the suspects had left the residence in a white pickup truck. The officer located the truck on Lions Club Road and made a traffic stop. Both the driver and a female exited the truck with the female yelling “she’s bleeding.” The officer observed the suspect in the back seat with blood on her hands. She told the officer she had made her boyfriend Ramon noodles for lunch and when he arrived he became upset with the menu and declined to eat and took the woman’s phone and smashed it. The woman said she became upset and punched a window, causing the lacerations. An officer spoke with the boyfriend who said the woman had called him and requested that he bring bread home for lunch. The man said he did and when he arrived the woman began throwing items in the house and accused the man of having the “Plenty of Fish (a dating site)” app on his phone. The man said he took the woman’s phone and observed a messenger app on the phone so he smashed it. The man said he had paid for the phone and its service so he deduced he could, ethically, destroy the item. The man said he was escorting the woman from the home when her sack of belongings got hung up on a door jam. The man said he freed the bag and closed the door and locked it. He alleged that the woman then punched her hand through the glass door.

On Jan. 14 John Douglas Jenkins, 47, Madison was arrested and charged with DUI, reckless driving, open container and two counts of improper passing. According to reports, an officer allegedly observed Jenkins driving a F 250 pickup truck south on Atlanta Highway and it allegedly accelerated and passed several vehicles by using a center turn lane. The officer made a traffic stop. Consequent to the stop, reports state, the officer located an open beer can inside a Popeye’s cup in the vehicle. A dog in the vehicle was taken to Main Street Veterinarian for temporary boarding.

On Jan. 13 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Sulgrave Dr. location. According to reports, a man alleged that someone entered his business safe and removed $8,560. The man said he suspects a former employee who quit suddenly and without notice.

On Jan. 13 a harassing phone calls complaint was filed at a Lions Club Road location. According to reports, a man said another man had made several calls to his cell phone telling the complainant that he needed to wire the caller $8,000 or, the complainant said, the caller insinuated that he would hurt the man’s family.

On Jan. 12 a warrant for simple assault and disorderly conduct was filed against Danielle Rae Anglin, 30, Comer. According to reports, Anglin allegedly slapped a woman’s glasses off her face and pushed the woman during an argument with her ex-husband. The incident occurred in front of children at a ball game at the Morgan County School System’s baseball fields off College Drive.

On Jan. 10 Christopher Lewis Roberts, 30, Madison was arrested and charged with shoplifting. According to reports, Roberts allegedly took three mortar type fireworks from Ingles grocery store without paying for the items. Officers were able to locate Roberts at his Micha Way residence and initially, reports state, Roberts told officers he had returned the items but later told them that the $20 worth of fireworks were at his residence.

On Jan. 9 a simple assault and cruelty toward children complaint was filed at a Vine St. residence. According to reports, officers were called to the residence in regards to a domestic incident. When officer’s arrived they observed a man sitting outside on the steps who told the officers that he and a woman inside the house had a disagreement and he was leaving. The woman agreed and said as the man was leaving they had a fight regarding some food the  man wanted to take. The arguments occurred in front of the couple’s 11-month-old child.

On Jan. 8 a forgery complaint was filed at a Eatonton Road location. According to reports, a man said someone had obtained a legitimate check he had written to a wrecker service for $1,032 and changed both the amount and the designated payee on the check. The check was altered to pay a man $3,032 and had cleared the complainant’s bank. Reports state that both the payee and written amount of the check had a different font.

On Jan. 7 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location. According to reports, a woman reported that someone entered a storage area behind the Verizon cellular store and damaged four vehicles. Reports state that someone entered a 2012 Isuzu box truck and removed a fire extinguisher and then emptied the fire extinguisher inside a 2015 Super Duty Ford truck parked next to the Isuzu. Also, three transport vans had various start shape objects carved into the paint at the site.

On Jan. 8 a documentation report was filed at a Commerce St. residence. According to reports, a woman said after a heated dispute with her boyfriend the woman started to pack her belongings to leave. The woman said her boyfriend became angry again and threatened that he would plant methamphetamine in her car. The woman also alleged that someone had broken into a safe in the residence and removed approximately 100 Ocycodone pills and two Fentanyl patches that belonged to her. She suspects her boyfriend of taking the drugs, reports state.

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