On Sept. 8 Justin John Anderson, 29, Madison was arrested and charged with theft by taking, loitering and public drunkeness. According to reports, a deputy was dispatched to the Atlanta Highway, Rutledge area in regards to a man on a bicycle at 5 a.m. riding in the middle of the road. Callers had described a white male, no shirt and boxer shorts on a bike. A deputy located Anderson on a bike. Reports state that he allegedly approached a deputy in an aggressive manner. The deputy asked for and received a Department of Corrections identification card from Anderson. The deputy took the bicycle and located its owner.
On Sept. 7 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at Dollar General, Newborn Road, Rutledge. According to reports, an employee told a deputy that one man and two women had been identified in the past as shoplifting from the store. All three were issued criminal trespass notices banning them from the Dollar General.
On Sept. 7 a disturbance complaint was filed at a Innis Fall Lane residence. According to reports, a woman said he son had recently come to her house to live and had become enraged when she refused to drive him to Rutledge to purchase $300 worth of methamphetamine. The complainant said her husband eventually gave the son a ride to a friend’s house and when the son left he was wearing red shorts, a black Jordon pullover and a pair of gray Crocs. The woman said she does not want the son to come back on her property. She was advised to call authorities if he returns and they would issue a criminal trespass notice to the son.
On Sept. 8 a shots fired complaint was filed at Boatworks, Parks Mill Road. According to reports, a man said shotgun pellets were raining down on the business and boats stored at the business. A deputy also heard shotgun shots from a field across from the business and heard pellets striking the roof of the business. The deputy drove to the field and spoke with the owner who said he was holding an opening day dove shoot. The owner said he would stop all shooting in the direction of the business.
On Sept. 5 Jreese Nyquan Cobert, 24, Madison was arrested and charged with simple battery. According to reports, Cobert was arrested in the Deer Haven subdivision after he allegedly pulled a woman’s hair, flung her down on the ground, kicked her in the head, pushed her into a couch and kneed her in the head. The woman said she and Cobert had been arguing earlier in the day. A deputy noted that the woman had red marks on her right eyelid, left side of her nose, scratches on her arm and a large red mark on her forehead. She also had a knot that got larger while the officer was speaking with her. Cobert, reports state, denied that the argument became physical and said the woman had alleged physical contact in the past that resulted in no arrest.
On Sept. 4 Keith Lopez Robinson, 28, Madison was arrested and charged with possession of drug related items. According to reports, officers serving a probation violation warrant at a Micha Way allegedly located Robinson with a suspected marijuana grinder on his person that also had some suspected marijuana in the grinder. The officers also allegeldy located a false Yeti drink container that had suspected marijuana and an unidentified white pill inside.