Madison Police Department

Madison Police Department

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On Sept. 5 Jaymeshia Flowers, 18, Sparta, was cited for shoplifting and served with a criminal trespass notice at Walmart, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an officer was called to Walmart regarding an employee allegedly voiding three transactions for a total of approximately $130. Reports state that Flowers told an investigator that she had voided one transaction after a customer did not have a payment card and that she paid for a small portion of the customer’s purchase. She denied knowledge of any other transactions.

On Sept. 4 a juvenile complaint was filed against a 15-year-old male. According to reports, the juvenile’s mother alleged that the teen took a friend’s vehicle and drove to Social Circle to meet a girl. While an officer was investigating the complaint, reports state, the teen arrived with the vehicle and initially denied driving the vehicle. The juvenile complaint includes a theft by taking and driving while unlicensed allegation.

On Sept. 4 an informational report was filed at Madison Town Park, West Washington Street. According to reports, an 18-year-old male alleged that he was sitting in the park when a 17-year-old female approached with three other females and started “talking trash” regarding his current relationship. The man alleged that the female punched him in the face and he threw her to the ground and, when the other females joined the affray, he threw them to the ground as well. The female alleged that the man had stated he had a gun and was going to shoot her if she didn’t come to him and discuss the estranged relationship. At that point, she alleged, the man threw her and a friend to the ground. Two females suffered superficial injuries, reports state, and were transported to Morgan Medical Center. The female also alleged that, later, while she was at work she received a threatening text message threatening to “knock your (expletive) head off.”

On Sept. 4 Christian Hernandez, 38, Guayanilla, Puerto Rico, was arrested and charged with fleeing and attempting to elude. According to reports, an officer attempted to make a traffic stop on a vehicle driven by Hernandez on Georgia Highway 83 south. Reports state that the Jeep Liberty continued for more than two miles after the officer engaged his emergency lights and siren. The vehicle eventually stopped north of Hillsman Road.

On Aug. 31 an information report was filed at a Micha Way location. According to reports, a man called police after a man collapsed in the street. Reports state that the man told police that he and the collapsed man had been “drinking… for the majority of the day” and that at 11 p.m. the man stood up and walked to the road in front of his residence and then fell over and hit his head on the asphalt. The complainant said he tried for 30 minutes to wake the man up and then called 911. An EMS unit arrived and transported the man to Athens Regional. The following day EMS reported that the man had bleeding on the brain and severe trauma to the left side of his face.

On Sept. 3 a forgery complaint was filed at United Bank, North Main Street. According to reports, a bank employee stated that a man attempted to cash a $3,580.88 check from Aquafina Car Advert Programs. The man told authorities that he had received the check from the company with the understanding that he would cash the check, return a portion of the money and place advertising wrap on his vehicle. The check was written on a separate company’s account. The man told authorities he had believed the offer was legitimate. All communication with Aquafina Car Advert Programs had been done via text message.

On Aug. 31 a forgery complaint was filed at Ingles, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee alleged that a 10-year-old male entered the store and attempted to make a purchase with four counterfeit $20 bills. Reports state that all four bills had the same serial number. The youth told police that he had received the money from his father but his grandmother told police that the youth had not seen his father that day. 

On Aug. 30 Dominique Charisse Ackols, 20, Knightdale, N.C.; Samone Roebuck, 20, Knightdale, N.C. and Jai Justin Berry, 20, Snellvile were all arrested and charged with theft by receiving stolen property. According to reports, an officer stopped a vehicle driven by Ackols on Interstate 20 for allegedly speeding. Consequent to the stop, reports state, the officer located Glock handgun in the glovebox. The firearm was reported stolen out of Snellville. All three denied knowledge of the weapon.

On Aug. 25 an information report was filed at a Pine Tree Circle residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a male juvenile makes comments to her and her children when they walk the road and antagonizes her children, attempting to lure them into a fight. The woman said she has yelled at the juvenile to stand up for her children.

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