Madison Police Department

Madison Police Department

Patrick Yost Law Enforcement

On Oct. 31 an information report was filed at a Micha Way residence. According to reports, a woman came to the Madison Police Department and reported that while driving on Micha Way at 8 p.m. someone threw eggs on her vehicle. An officer observed that an egg had struck the upper part of the driver’s door. The woman said she had not seen anyone throw the egg.

On Nov. 1 Ashley Dashun Hutchinson, 30, Atlanta was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and obstruction. According to reports, a Madison officer was called to the Morgan County Courthouse to assist a Morgan County Sheriff’s Office deputy. Reports state that when the officer arrived he was told by the deputy that Hutchinson had followed the deputy inside the courthouse following a conversation the pair had earlier and attempted to “start an altercation” by stating “do you want me to spit on you, B****?” The deputy reportedly asked Hutchinson to leave the courthouse three times and Hutchinson refused. A second Madison Police Department officer arrived and, reports state, both officers asked Hutchinson to leave several times. At one point, as Hutchinson was leaving, she allegedly made a threatening motion towards the deputy. The officer then grabbed Hutchinson by the shoulder and told her to take a seat. Hutchinson then, reports state, began to scream and, eventually, both officers decided to arrest her for disorderly conduct. After Hutchinson was placed in handcuffs, she dropped to the ground and had to be carried to a patrol vehicle. Once inside the vehicle, she allegedly banged her head on the plexiglass partition and window cover. During transport, reports state, she also allegedly threatened to both kill the officer or have others kill the officer. She also allegedly spit on the plexiglass partition. According to Morgan County Sheriff’s Office reports, Hutchinson was also charged with disorderly conduct by that department, as well.

On Oct. 30 a theft by taking complaint was filed at Walmart, Eatonton Road. According to reports, two men took an entire cash register from the garden center area, placed the register in a cart and fled the store with an unknown amount of cash in the register. Reports state that the males, described as two black men; one with dread lock, a yellow shirt, with dark pants and darks shoes and the other with a blue ball cap, white t-shirt, red pants and khaki boots, “hovered” around the area until they took the register. A woman working the area told officers that the theft was recorded on video tape and officers are currently reviewing the footage to identify a vehicle used in the theft.

On Oct. 29 Dallas Cole Young, 18, Buckhead; Zachery Tyler Dodd, 24, Bremen and Kimberly H. Croya, 24, Carlton, were all arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, less than an ounce. According to reports, at 7:45 p.m. an officer observed a vehicle sitting behind Madison Flea Market, Eatonton Road, without its lights on. The officers stopped and asked Croya to roll down the window. Reports state when she did the officer smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle. The officer allegedly observed a clear glass jar with a small amount of suspected marijuana sitting next to Dodd and Dodd also raised his leg to show the officer a plastic bag that contained more suspected marijuana and a set of digital scales. All three suspects were removed from the vehicle and Young told an officer that he would find a small amount of marijuana in a glass jar in a backpack in the back seat. The officer also located 38 Aripiprazole pills in the bag. An officer also allegedly located a small bag of suspected marijuana in the front console of the vehicle. At that point all three were arrested and charged.

On Oct. 29 an information report was filed at Coach and Buggy Car Wash, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a woman said a piece of the automated car wash apparatus fell onto the top of her 2012 Volvo. An officer observed the component and other debris on the roof of the woman’s vehicle.

On Oct. 26 an information report was filed at a Plum Street residence. According to reports, a woman requested an escort to go to the residence to retrieve her 7-month-old daughter from the child’s father because the father was allegedly intoxicated. When officers arrived with the woman they allegedly observed the man on the sofa with the child and the man “appeared to be very intoxicated.” The child was removed without incident and given to its mother.

On Oct. 26 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Micha Way residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that as she sat outside in the parking lot waiting on her boyfriend, a second woman approached the vehicle and inquired if the complainant was there to pick up the man. When the complainant answered in an affirmative manner, an argument ensued and the second woman allegedly grabbed the woman’s driver’s side window, pulled on it and shattered the glass. The complainant also alleged that after the man arrived a physical confrontation with the woman ensued that included the complainant’s hair being pulled. An officer located the second woman at her Green Meadow Drive residence and that woman alleged that after she grabbed and shattered the window the man, who had allegedly been involved with both women, struck her in the face with a closed fist. The woman told an officer she didn’t call police because “she did not think it was a big deal and was going to end the relationship…”

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