On May 3, an aggravated stalking complaint was filed at a Commerce Street residence. According to reports, an officer arrived at a vacant residence next door to the residence and observed a vehicle registered to a man who had been served with a temporary protective order against a woman living in the Commerce Street residence. Officers asked the woman for permission to enter and located a man hiding in the bedroom who had been served with the protective order. According to reports, the woman acknowledged that she had invited the man to the residence to allow him to do laundry.
On May 6, an interference with custody and theft complaint was filed at a East Jefferson Street residence. According to reports, a man alleged that he has sole custody of his son. The man alleged that his son’s mother came to the residence and left with the 17-year-old male. The man also alleged that the mother took a $1,000 Playstation, a $900 watch and shoes and clothing that the man had purchased for his son.
On May 1, a burglary complaint was filed at the Madison Chevron, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an officer responded at 2 a.m. to a report of a broken front door at the convenience store. The officer observed tobacco products on the floor of the store and a shattered front door. The officer was able to retain video surveillance from the incident that showed a black Toyota Highlander pull up and a man exit the vehicle and break out the front door. The man then enters the store and piled tobacco products into a tote bag. The man then left the store and placed the bag in the back of the Toyota.
On May 8, Miahniqual. B. Snow, 22, Athens and Marneshae D. Giles, 23, Athens were both arrested and charged with possession of oxycodone, prescription drugs not in original container and obstruction. According to reports, an officer was waved down by a motorist who alleged that a vehicle driven by Snow was driving erratically. The officer performed a patrol stop on the vehicle on Monticello Highway near the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office. During the traffic stop, reports state, Giles allegedly attempted to walk back to the vehicle and was detained and allegedly struggled with an officer and was taken to the ground. Reports state that Giles also had a full extradition order against her from Floyd County regarding burglary allegations. While Giles was being placed in a patrol car she allegedly kicked an officer in the abdomen. Snow allegedly had to be detained as officers were struggling with Giles.
On May 6, an opening mail complaint was filed at a Green Meadow Court residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a package that belonged to her was delivered to a neighbor’s residence. The woman said the neighbor delivered the package but it had been opened and the contents had been rifled through. Nothing appeared to be missing, however.
On May 5, an aggressive dog complaint was filed at a Pine Street residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that while she was walking her two dogs, a German Shepherd ran out of a yard and attempted to attack her dogs. The woman said she was able to detain the German Shepherd by the collar and the dog’s owner came outside and contained the German Shepherd. An officer spoke to the German Shepherd’s owner and the owner said the dog had managed to escape the fenced area. The incident was turned over to the Madison Animal Control.
On May 5, an information report was filed at Country Side car dealership, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee alleged that a city of Madison employee mowing grass threw a rock into a window at the business.