On April 9 an information report was filed at Days Inn, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee stated that a guest was walking back and forth through the door to the motel bringing in luggage. During one of the trips, reports state, the man’s knee struck the glass of the door and shattered the door.
On April 19 an information report was filed at a Park Lane residence. According to reports, an officer observed a window sill removed from the residence with shattered glass around the sill. The officer walked around the vacated residence and observed multiple exterior windows pulled away from the window sills. No sign of forced entry was observed.
On April 17 a damaging with property of a public utility complaint was filed at a Pine Tree Circle residence. According to reports, an officer responded to a complaint that a meter locking device had been removed from a water meter. When the officer responded he spoke to the resident of the address and she told him she had not applied for nor had water service at the residence. The officer spoke with a manager of the neighborhood and the manager told him that she suspected someone had been entering the residence prior to the current leasee and had broken the water meter to take water. The current resident has been in the residence for 11 days, reports state.
On April 16 an information report was filed at a Maple Street location. According to reports, a woman said while she was walking on Maple Street a man approached her and threatened to do bodily harm. An officer immediately responded and located the man walking on East Washington Street. The man told the officer that the woman had allegedly threatened to shoot and kill him. The man said he did not observed the woman to possess a firearm. He also said he and the woman had been arguing since the woman accused the man of reporting her to the Morgan County Department of Family and Children Services.
On April 12 an entering auto complaint was filed at a Hillside Street residence. According to reports, a man said someone entered his unsecured 2008 Dodge truck and removed a Beretta .380 model 92. The complainant said he located a holster for the weapon in the front yard. He also said someone had entered his mother’s Toyota Tacoma and removed a make-up bag.
On April 15 Durcilla Monique Williams, 27, Madison was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and interference with a business. According to reports, an officer was called to EZ Bottle Shop, West Washington Street, regarding a fight. The officer said when he arrived the fight was over. He reviewed store surveillance footage and allegedly observed Williams enter the store and told the employee to not “pick up the phone.” Reports state that Williams made a purchase and left. Two other women entered the store and left and a fight between the three women ensued outside the store. An officer went to Williams’ Maple Street residence to speak with her. The officer reported that Williams allegedly told him that she went by the liquor store, observed the other woman at the store and waited outside for her.
Williams allegedly said when the woman came outside she “beat her (expletive).” Williams had scratches and red marks on her face and neck from the fray. A day later, in a separate report, Williams reported to officers that someone had cut a hole in the rear driver’s side door of her vehicle.