On July 26 a terroristic threats and acts and possession of marijuana complaint was filed at an East Central Avenue residence. According to reports, an officer was dispatched to the residence in regards to a man outside “screaming and breaking things in the yard.” Reports state when the officer arrived he observed large blood stains on the front of the house and blood on the ground. The officer observed a man in the house and requested that he come outside. The man, covered in blood reports state, came outside and told the officer he was upset and had been “destroying property” in and around his residence. The man said a recent death in the family had caused him distress. He also told the officer he had not taken prescribed medications for several days and, the officer noted, the man appeared “heavily intoxicated. The man allegedly told the officer that there was marijuana inside the house. An officer searched the house for safety and allegedly found a small plastic bag of suspected marijuana. The man was treated by EMS and then transferred to Athens Piedmont Hospital for mental health treatment.
On July 26 a threats complaint was reported at Marco’s Pizza, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee said an employee left his shift 30 minutes early and after she texted the employee reminding him that he was supposed to work an entire shift, the employee who left called back and cursed at employees. Threats allegedly included murder and the disgruntled employee also allegedly said he was on his way back and that this was “their last warning.” Employees locked the doors and called law enforcement.
On July 27 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Bramblewood Drive residence. According to reports, a man identified a man who he said had just broken out the front window of his residence. The complainant said this was the second time the man had broken his window. The complainant said the suspect targets the window because his granddaughter, who once had a relationship with the suspect, sleeps in that room. The complainant’s wife told officers that she observed the suspect fleeing after the window was broken.
On July 30 Trixy Tywanna Jones, 44, Monroe and Fredrick Christopher Jones, 45, Monroe was both arrested and charged with shoplifting. According to reports, officers were called to Walmart, Eatonton Road regarding a man and woman allegedly attempting to shoplift. When officers arrived they observed Fredrick Jones sitting in a vehicle with the door open. When Fredrick Jones exited the vehicle “it was immediately obvious that the numerous items concealed inside his blue jeans,” reports state. While officers were detaining Fredrick Jones, Walmart employees ran into the parking lot and alleged that Trixy Jones was being “combative” while attempting to return a television. Reports state that officers located Trixy Jones at the customer service desk attempting to return a television. Reports state that Trixy Jones had a receipt from a Monroe Walmart with an indicator that the television had already been returned. Reports state that a Walmart security employee showed officers video evidence where Trixy Jones entered the store without a television. Video also allegedly shows Fredrick Jones attempting to leave the store with two televisions and mini-backpacks before he was confronted by employees. Reports state that the couple has more than three shoplifting convictions and that this charge will be upgraded to a felony.
On July 29 Kenya Shane Rivers, 28, Madison was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. According to reports, officers were dispatched to a domestic argument at a High Street location. Reports state that when officers arrived Rivers was arguing with a man. The man alleged that Rivers had broken the front windshield of his vehicle and had taken $1,000. The man said he had been trying to get Rivers to leave his car. Officers took the man into the Madison Police Department to separate the couple, reports state, and Rivers continued to yell at officers and people walking past the vehicle. She was then arrested and transported to the Morgan County Detention Center.
On July 26 a financial transaction card fraud complaint was filed at the Madison Police Department. According to reports, a woman said someone used her United Bank debit card information to withdraw, in two transactions, $280 from an ATM machine at a Chevron station in Duluth. The woman said she and her son share the same account and the son reported two weeks ago that he had lost his card.
On July 27 an information report was filed at a East Jefferson Street residence. According to reports, a man alleged that he and his girlfriend had been in an argument and during the argument the girlfriend “was physical with him at one point.” The man said the woman left on foot with his cell phone. The man said he wants his phone back and wants the woman to collect her belongings and leave the residence.
On July 27 an information report was filed at Madison Police Department. According to reports, a man said after his Toyota Tacoma truck was being worked on he noticed he was missing his 9mm Glock handgun. The man said he had borrowed a vehicle for several days and remembers observing the gun in the borrowed vehicle.