On Sept. 3 a domestic dispute complaint was filed at Budget Inn, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a woman alleged that her boyfriend threatened her in front of her child and grandchildren by stating that he would “beat her face in.” The woman said the man had been staying with her for a week and she had been asking that he leave but he would not go and the argument escalated to a confrontation in the office of the Budget Inn that included the man being forced out and locked out of the office. The woman said she has been in a 13-year relationship with the man. Per Budget Inn personnel, the man was issued a criminal trespass warning for the grounds of the motel.
On Sept. 2 Prinze Mikell Alexander, 53, Madison was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. Annette Williams, 51, Madison was charged with DUI, driving while unlicensed and improper stopping on the roadway. According to reports, officers were called to the intersection of Georgia Highway 12 and Walker Court in regards to a possible DUI driver. Upon arrival at 10:11 p.m., reports state, officers spoke with Alexander, a passenger in the vehicle and told him to remain in the vehicle. Alexander allegedly told the officers he had to urinate and, later, reports state, raised himself out the window. When an officer told him to stay in the vehicle Alexander allegedly told him he was not getting out of the vehicle but again told the office he had to urinate. The officer allegedly warned him that if he did so he would be arrested. An officer then attempted to place Alexander in the back of a patrol car but, reports state, he allegedly refused to put his feet in the vehicle. Williams refused both a blood and breath test and both subjects were transported to the Morgan County Detention Center.
On Aug. 31 Roblyn Mitchell Rhodes, 47, Union Point was arrested and charged with shoplifting. According to reports, a Wal Mart employee alleged that Rhodes switched price tags from clothes on clearance sale to clothes on full retail. An officer spoke with Rhodes who denied the allegation.
On Aug. 30 a stalking complaint was filed at a Madison Avenue residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that at 2:15 a.m. a red Jeep drove past the residence several times while she was standing outside with other persons. She said the Jeep eventually stopped and at one point she began walking toward the Jeep when a man emerged. The woman said she knew the man and that the man had allegedly threatened her in the past by stating that he would “rape her, murder her by breaking her neck…” The woman then left the residence and drove to the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office.
On Aug. 28 a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at Penn Pak, Industrial Boulevard. According to reports, a man said that a witness walked to Penn Pak and reported that a Hyundai in the Penn Pak parking lot was being damaged by a woman driving a green Honda Accord. An officer said he observed that all the exterior glass in the Hyundai had been shattered and all four tires were flat. The witness told an officer that the woman had dispatched the glass with a hammer. An officer ran the woman’s license plate and it came back to a Union Point resident. The car owner told the officer he was in a relationship with the woman and did not want to seek criminal charges against her.
On Aug. 26 a theft by taking complaint was filed at Lowe’s, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee reported that at 3:30 a.m. someone with a U-haul truck towing a short trailer cut two security cables from a Hustler Raptor and took the lawn mower. The mower is valued at $4,599. Reports state that the employee reported that Lowe’s in the Atlanta area had recently had mowers taken using the same method and same truck. The employee also said that an associate located a Hustler Raptor with a security cable attached for sale on the website “offer up.”
On Aug. 27 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Burney Street residence. According to reports, a woman said someone took a license tag sticker from her vehicle.
On Aug. 20 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Pine Street residence. According to reports, a man said someone had taken his company’s bank statement from his mailbox and used the information from the statement to generate a fraudulent check for $1,480.23. The check was cashed at a Navy Federal Credit Union.
On Aug. 24 an affray complaint was filed at Morgan County High School football stadium, College Drive. According to reports, an officer working security at the stadium reported that he observed a large crowd of people gathered near a ramp behind the home side bleachers. Two officers made their way to the crowd and observed two teenage males in a fighting stance observed by a growing crowd. An officer reported that he walked up behind one of the juveniles and placed him on the ground. The second juvenile attempted to flee but was detained by the second officer. Both were placed in handcuffs. The first juvenile was walked to the parking lot and release to his father. The family of the second juvenile was located and he, too, was escorted from the stadium.