Madison Police Department

Madison Police Department

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On Oct. 20 Jeremy Jerome Carroll, 36, Watkinsville, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. According to reports, an officer was called to a Burney Street residence at 4:45 p.m. regarding a man refusing to leave the residence. A woman told the officer that Carroll had been at the residence and had attempted to “fight with all of the family.” The woman alleged that Carroll was intoxicated and had pushed several family members. Carroll left the house when the officer arrived but he then observed him walking around the corner of the house. Carroll, reports state, observed the officer and fled into the woods where he was apprehended and arrested.

On Oct. 19 a financial card fraud and simple assault complaint was filed at a Micha Way residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a man who had stayed briefly with her mother had taken the mother’s checking account information and used the information to defraud the mother out of more than $5,000. Reports state that when the man was confronted by the family regarding the theft, he attempted to commit suicide after he allegedly confessed to the family that he had taken the money. Reports state that the man also allegedly told EMS workers he had committed the theft while enroute to the hospital. A family member also said the man had texted a friend and told the friend that he was bothered by the investigation into the theft. The text also included a pictured of the man with a gun on his lap.

On Oct. 20 Aaron Christopher Nimmer, 26, Crawfordville, was arrested and charged with battery and aggravated assault. According to reports, a woman alleged that while she and Nimmer shared a room at the Quality Inn, Eatonton Road, the woman asked Nimmer to turn down the television set at midnight while he was playing a video game so that she could sleep. The woman alleged that Nimmer became angry and demanded that the woman leave the room, which the woman said she declined to do because of the late hour. The woman alleged that Nimmer told her she was “annoying” and then he pined her down on the bed, punched her in the face and choked her. He then allegedly pulled her out of bed and threw her against the front door where, after she collapsed to the ground, he kicked her. He then, she said, picked her up from the floor and threw her out the door before he called police.

On Oct. 15 Jessica Rozier, 23, Dublin was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, less than an ounce and improper use of  turn lane. According to reports, Rozier was stopped on Main Street after she allegedly travelled 550 feet in the turn lane on Main Street. Consequent to the stop, reports state, an officer allegedly located a plastic container of suspected marijuana in the center console and a plastic bag of suspected marijuana on the seat.

On Oct. 14 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Commerce Street residence. According to reports, a man said someone took a pink 20” bike described as a “Seastar” bike with white wheels, from his carport.

On Oct. 11 Joseph Conrad Christian, 27, Covington was arrested and charged with reckless driving and passing in a no passing zone. April Lynn Houston, 29, Covington was charged with disorderly conduct. According to reports, an officer responded to complaints of a reckless driver on Main Street and allegedly observed Christian driving a black Ford Explorer driving north in the passing lane and an increased rate of speed a passing other motorists. The officer was able to stop the Explorer on Old Post Road and Christian was detained and arrested. During his arrests, reports state, Houston allegedly made attempts to approach the officers arresting Christian despite orders to not approach.

On Oct. 9 a theft by taking complaint was filed at Golden Pantry, North Main Street Madison. According to reports, an employee told an officer that  a man had left the store with three packs of Marlboro Blue cigarettes valued at $19. The woman said the man asked for the cigarettes and then asked for other items to distract the woman and he fled the store when she turned around.

On Oct. 15 a lost property complaint was filed at Hill Park, Crawford Street. According to reports, a woman alleged that after she left the park she realized that she had left her wallet in a swing at the park. The wallet contained a driver’s license card, a debit card and four keys.

On Oct. 15 a simple assault complaint was filed at a Burney Street residence. According to reports, a man said he was driving down Burney Street when his ex-girlfriend approached him and sprayed him with pepper spray while he sat in his car. An officer located the ex-girlfriend on Morgan Circle who told him that the complainant drove by her and called her “a fat (expletive).” The woman said she responded to the insult by informing the man that he “a (expletive).” The man allegedly retorted by stating “yo momma’s a (expletive)” at which time the woman responded by saying “yo momma’s a (expletive).” The woman said the man then blocked her vehicle with his and got out, approached her while she sat in the car and spit in her face. The woman said at that time she pepper sprayed the man. The woman alleged three hours later that while she was sitting in her vehicle at the Golden Pantry, North Main Street, the man approached her and sprayed pepper spray in her face.

On Oct. 14 a burglary complaint was filed at a Micha Way residence. According to reports, a man said someone entered his residence and removed a 55” Sony and 47” Phillips television. The man said a window and rear door were open at the residence. The man valued the television sets at approximately $2,000.

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