Madison Police Department

Madison Police Department

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On June 1 a lost or stolen tag complaint was filed at a Bostwick Road residence. According to reports, a woman said when she exited Walmart she noticed that her license plate was missing. The woman said the plate was a drive-out tag from Countryside Motors and was being displayed on her 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

On June 1 a damage to property complaint was filed at Bard Manufacturing, Monticello Highway. According to reports, an employee alleged that a tractor trailer had struck a gate control post on May 31 but had failed to report the incident. The incident was also captured on the company’s surveillance cameras.

On May 30 a burglary complaint was filed at a North Second Street residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that while she was sleeping or in the shower, someone had entered her residence. The complainant said she found an empty Gatorade bottle on her back porch on one instance and on a another instance she was missing a ring and when it returned it was placed in a different location.

On May 29 a shoplifting complaint was filed at Main Street Pantry, South Main Street. According to reports, an employee alleged that a man entered the store and had taken two packs of Black and Mild and an unknown quantity of Now and Later candy. The items are valued at $5. An officer located the man and, reports state, spoke with the man who agreed to pay for the items. 

On May 28 a possible shots fired complaint was filed at a a car wash, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man alleged that while he was performing maintenance at the car wash a man in a blue extended cab Dodge Ram pickup pulled into the car wash and “became irate” when he was told to leave. Reports state that the complainant said the man spun his tires as he left and then stopped at the intersection of Cox Road and Eatonton Road and put his hand out the driver’s window. The man said he then heard a loud “bang” noise and the suspect stared at him and then drove off. An officer searched the area but could not located a shell casing.

On June 3 a battery complaint was filed at a Pine Street residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that when she went to check on her bedridden husband she noticed a large bruise on his cheek. The woman said she questioned care givers but that they denied any knowledge of what caused the bruise.

On June 6 a warrant for forgery was filed against Malachi Zamar Bullock, 23, Atlanta. According to reports, officers were called to Dollar General, Eatonton Road in regards to a man attempting to pass a counterfeit $100 bill. Reports allege that Bullock had attempted to purchase several small items with the bill but the bill had been recognized as fake by an employee. Bullock was at the store when officers arrived. They attempted to arrest him at the scene. However, at the Morgan County Detention Center Bullock told jailers that he previously contacted the Coronavirus. Jailers refused Bullock at the jail and Bullock was driven back to Dollar General to retrieve his vehicle.

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