Madison Police Department

Madison Police Department

Patrick Yost Law Enforcement

On Nov. 15 a theft by taking complaint was filed at the Wash Rock, Atlanta Highway. According to reports, an employee stated that sometime in the night between Nov. 14 and Nov. 15 someone pried loose three coin boxes from washing machines and took an undetermined amount of coins.

On Nov. 13 a lost or mislaid item report was filed at the Madison Police Department, North Main Street. According to reports, a woman said she lost her wallet either at Ingles or EZ Bottle Shop. The wallet is a black, zipper style wallet that contained her driver’s license, Medicare card, University of Phoenix student identification and a carry permit.

On Nov. 14 a criminal trespass complaint was reported at a East Jefferson Street residence. According to reports, a man said someone broke the back window of his apartment.

On Nov. 15 a simple battery complaint was filed at a Micha Way residence. According to reports, a woman said while she was visiting a friend a man known to the friend arrived allegedly intoxicated and allegedly began to push the friend. The woman said she stood up and told the man to quit pushing her friend and the man struck her in the face. The man then left the scene.

On Nov. 14 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a East Jefferson Street residence. According to reports, a man said someone had taken his bank debit card. The man said someone removed the card from and envelope in his mailbox and then replaced the empty envelope back into the mailbox. The man said he called his bank and was told that the card had been activated but not transactions had been made. The card was cancelled.

On Nov. 13 a financial transaction card fraud complaint was filed at the Madison Police Department, North Main Street. According to reports, a man alleged that after he received his bank statement he noticed that several charges had been made to his debit card that he had not approved or made. The man told officers that he reviewed surveillance video from a store where the charges were made and identified a white female, approximately 30 to 35-years-old wearing a bright blue vest and a ball cap making the charges.

On Nov. 11 an information report was filed at a South Main Street location. According to reports, a woman said her boyfriend had made repeated phone calls to her place of employment during the day. The complainant said she felt threatened by the calls and requested an escort to her vehicle.

On Nov. 11 a forgery complaint was filed at Walmart, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee told officers that a man and woman had attempted to make a purchase with a counterfeit $100 bill and were waiting in the customer service area. Reports state that the couple told the officer they had eaten at Golden Corral in Conyers and had found the bill on the ground in the parking lot. Reports note that the couple told the officer they did not know the bill was counterfeit and that they waited unsupervised for law enforcement to arrive. The bill was confiscated and the couple paid for their items and left the store.

On Nov. 9 a theft by deception complaint was filed at Walmart, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee said a man attempted to purchase a box of 100 count Christmas lights with a $50 bill. Reports state that after he handed the cashier the bill he then demanded $100 in change. The cashier told the man that he had only given her a $50 and if he liked she would have a manager count her drawer for verification. Reports state that the man then demanded the $50 bill back, snatched a receipt and then took the receipt and the lights to customer service where he returned the items for a $2.16 refund.

On Nov. 7 Justina Mayan Hubbard, 19, Mansfield was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. Devon Lamar Colbert, 22, Madison was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, possession of marijuana, less than an ounce and violating restrictions of a driver’s license. According to reports, officers were dispatched to a wreck report on Atlanta Highway. When officers arrived they observed that a vehicle in which Hubbard and Colbert were in and a vehicle that allegedly struck their vehicle had pulled to the parking lot of the Quick Shop convenience store. Hubbard told officers the second driver had struck her from behind near the railroad tracks on Atlanta Highway. The second driver alleged that the vehicle Hubbard and Colbert were in stopped suddenly in the road. At the convenience store officers noted that Hubbard and Colbert’s vehicle allegedly smelled of marijuana. Colbert told officer’s that Hubbard was driving at the time of the incident. However, officer reviewed surveillance tape and allegedly observed Colbert driving. A small amount of suspected marijuana was also located on Colbert’s person.

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