Madison Police Department

Madison Police Department

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On Aug. 13 Judith Kinney, 68, Madison was arrested and charged with terroristic threats and acts. According to reports, Kinney allegedly threatened to stab a man in the chest during an argument. Reports state while officers were standing outside the Second Street residence they could hear Kinney screaming at the man. When officers approached Kinney allegedly threw a chair at the door.

On Aug. 12 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Wellington Street location. According to reports, a man said while he was walking his property he located a hunting blind with chairs. The complainant said the trespassers have damaged a cattle fence, allowing bovines to wander. He was advised to claim the blind and chairs.

On Aug. 12 a theft of lost or mislaid property complaint was filed at Ingles, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man said after he purchased fuel he lost his Coach leather bi-fold wallet containing $8, a debit card and driver’s license. The complainant said his debit card had been used  without his permission.

On Aug. 9 Kayla Brook Hall, 17, Statham was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and interference with a business. According to reports, an officer was dispatched to Waffle House, Eatonton Road at 8:30 p.m. regarding a person trying to start fights in the parking lot. When the officer arrived he observed a vehicle parked in the middle of the parking lot and two females standing at the rear of the vehicle that was attempting to leave the lot. The two females, reports state, were allegedly yelling. Reports state that earlier the officers had responded to a dispute call at Zaxby’s regarding the same two females, of which Hall was included. The dispute, reports state, was centered around a broken rear glass window that had occurred earlier. One of the women told an officer that they had driven to Waffle House to take a picture of the license tag of the vehicle they believed involved with breaking out the glass. Hall, reports state, began cussing in a loud voice as customers were attempting to both enter and leave the Waffle House. Hall was then handcuffed and detained. A customer alleged that Hall had spat upon the vehicle that they were attempting to photograph and then cursed both employees and customers who advised Hall to leave the establishment. The second woman was told “several times” to leave the establishment or face arrest. She then got into her vehicle, reports state, pulled to the entrance of the Waffle House and stopped her car to curse and scream at someone on her phone. An officer approached her a second time, reports state, and advised her to leave the premises or go to jail.

On Aug. 5 an information report was filed at Interstate 20. According to reports, a man alleged that a woman with whom he has a Temporary Protective Order, began following him after he left the Wendy’s parking lot. The man said the woman allegedly followed him onto Interstate 20 and when he took the exit one mile later she indicated she was going to continue following him by utilizing her turn signal but at the last minute continued straight on Interstate 20.

On Aug. 4 an information report was filed at McDonald’s, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee said a U-Haul truck pulling through the drive-through lane struck the “pay here” sign.

On Aug. 7 Michelle J. Bundy, 31, Columbia, S.C. was arrested and charged with DUI, DUI endangerment of children under 14, driving while license suspended, failure to maintain lane, child or youth restraint not used properly and seat belt violation for children. According to reports, officers responded to a single car wreck on Interstate 20 at 3:20 p.m. 

Once on the scene, reports state, Bundy “looked very confused” and allegedly told the officer she was traveling to Georgia. A 2-year-old was in the vehicle in a car seat that was not properly installed, reports state, and a 10-year-old child was in the vehicle but was not wearing a seatbelt. 

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