Madison Police Department

Madison Police Department

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On March 29, an information report was filed at a Pinetree Circle residence. According to reports, an officer was dispatched to the residence in regards to a complaint of a man allegedly stealing wheels off a vehicle. Reports state when the officer arrived he observed someone fleeing on foot wearing black clothing. A search for the suspect was unsuccessful. A woman told officers that she believed a man known to her had come to the residence to do damage to the brake lines of her vehicle. She said the man was outside her residence “making noise.” An officer noted there appeared to be no damage to the vehicle. The woman said she did not want the man arrested but did want him to be trespassed from her property so she could “get on with her life.” An officer located the man and also contacted Morgan County Sheriff’s Office deputies so that trespass notices could be served. Later, both the man and the woman alleged that during an altercation firearms had been produced. The officer searched both the man and woman and could not locate a firearm on either party. 

On March 27, an information report was filed at a Lakeview Street residence. According to reports, a man said he had received a ticket for failure to pay at a toll booth in Maryland. The man said she has not left the state of Georgia in the past five years. The man said he had the situation resolved with Maryland but that state officials there instructed him to file a police report in Madison regarding a duplicate tag.

On March 23, an aggravated assault complaint was filed at a Mapp Street residence. According to reports, a man alleged that a man known to him had pulled a .357 pistol on him and held him at gunpoint for 45 minutes. The complainant said the man came to his residence accusing him of taking something from his car. The complainant said he had no idea what the item was or why the man was accusing him. He also alleged that after the man held him at gunpoint he then fired the weapon and left. The complainant said he then, from fear, caught a ride to Rutledge. 

On March 22, a harassing phone call complaint was filed at That Pizza Place, West Washington Street. According to reports, an employee alleged that beginning on March 17 a woman called the store several times a day and used profane language to express her unhappiness with a pizza deliverly order. An officer located the woman at a Micha Way residence and she told the officer she was unhappy with her order and demanded a full refund but allegedly only received a partial refund. The officer told the woman, reports state, that the matter was a civil matter and should be handled in court and any further calls would be deemed harassment.

On March 21, a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at Exxon Jaz Mart, Monticello Road. According to reports, an employee reported that when he arrived at work at 6:30 a.m. he observed that both pump number one and pump number two had been damaged. The employee said he reviewed video surveillance and observed an Enterprise box truck strike the fuel pumps at 4:35 a.m. Two subjects exited the truck, reports state, reviewed the damage and then left the scene. The employee estimated repair costs for the fuel pumps at $4,500.

On March 23, a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Harris Avenue residence, According to reports, a woman reported that someone had attempted to kick in the back door to a vacant residence. Reports state that no entry was made into the residence.

On March 25, a financial transaction card fraud complaint was filed at a Micha Way residence. According to reports, a woman reported that while checking her bank account she discovered a $1,690 charge made to Apple.com. The complainant said she has made no transactions with Apple.com and had not recently received any phone calls or emails from anyone alleging to work for Apple.com.

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