Madison Police Department

Madison Police Department

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On Aug. 30 a theft by taking warrant was issued against Quaneesha Shanice Robbins, 22, Greensboro. According to reports, an employee at Pilot Travel Center alleged that at 7:20 a.m. while Robbins was employed at the Eatonton Road truck stop she removed one from a cash drawer and placed it in her pocket. Reports state that the incident was captured on store video surveillance.

On Sept. 5 Marco Antonio Burgos, 19, Madison was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of drug related objects and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime. According to reports, a Madison Police Department officer reported that a Morgan County Sheriff’s deputy stated he had observed Burgos at the gas pumps at Love’s Travel Center, Monticello Road and that Burgos allegedly had an arrest warrant. Officers and the deputy stopped Burgos at the pump and allegedly smelled marijuana coming from his vehicle. A search of the vehicle produced 4.02 grams of suspected marijuana, a set of digital scales, 17 packs of rolling papers, a Taurus 9mm handgun and 10 bullets, a multi-color pipe and plastic baggies.

On Sept. 5 a theft by shoplifting complaint was filed at Dollar General,  Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee reported that two black females and one black male entered the store and took 11 packages of Scott brand toilet paper valued at $17 per package, placed the toilet paper in a silver Hyundai and left. An officer was able to determine the identity of one of the women and went to her residence. The woman said she and her female friend and a man only known as “Scarebrook” went to the store. The woman said while she and her friend shopped the man loaded the vehicle with toilet paper. The woman said after she realized what had occurred she dropped the man off on Cook Hill Road and placed the packages of toilet paper on the side of the road. The woman said she had heard that the man was selling individual rolls of toilet paper on the street. 

On Sept. 6 an information report was filed at the intersection of Interstate 20 and U.S. 441. According to reports, an officer engaged in a high speed chase initiated by a Georgia State Patrol trooper on U.S. 441. Reports state the the officer engaged in the chase until the end of the west bound ramp on Interstate 20 when the trooper performed a PIT maneuver on the suspect’s vehicle. Consequent to the stop, reports state, the vehicle’s air bags activated. The officer said he exited his vehicle with his weapon drawn and the trooper deployed his Taser weapon on the suspect. The suspect, reports state was in a vehicle reported stolen from DeKalb County and was a juvenile. Reports state that the suspect refused commands to comply with law enforcement. 

On Sept. 5 Lamont K. Evans, 24, Madison was arrested and charged with battery and obstruction. According to reports, officers were dispatched to the Budget Inn, Eatonton Highway regarding a man assaulting a woman in the parking lot. Officers arrived and allegedly observed a shirtless Evans standing over a woman sitting on the asphalt with her legs extended straight. The woman had visible abrasions, knots and redness on her face and head and appeared emotionally distraught. Officers detained Evans in handcuffs. As Evans was being led to a patrol vehicle, reports state, he allegedly became belligerent and informed officer that he was going to “tell (them) what the **** is up.” Reports state that officers attempted to place Evans in a patrol car but that he stiffened his body and allegedly tried to kick an officer. An officer kneed Evans in the thigh and a second officer drive stunned a Taser weapon on Evans abdomen. Evans was then placed in the car and, reports state, calmly told an officer that he was upset because he was innocent. He told the officer, reports state, that someone else had caused the woman’s injuries and that he had only been in a verbal altercation with the woman regarding her leaving his motel room. The victim’s sister alleged that Evans became intoxicated and demanded that she and the sister leave the room and began to punch the victim “like a man” in the head and dragged her across the parking lot.

On Sept. 3 Jeffrey Kyle Walker, 31, Maysville, was arrested and charged with theft by shoplifting. According to reports, an officer was called to Walmart, Eatonton Road after an employee allegedly observed Walker take a pair of headphones from its packaging and place the headphones in his pocket. Walker then discarded the packaging. When the officer arrived he found Walker and the theft prevention employee in an office with the suspect headphones.

On Aug. 31 a theft by taking and criminal trespass complaint was filed at Coach and Buggy Car Wash, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee stated that a white female driving a green Mercury Grand Marquis at 1:45 a.m. used a device to pry open two vacuum machines and take quarters from the machines. Each lock on the machines are valued at $100. Video surveillance was also able to capture the vehicle’s license tag number.

On Sept. 2 an information report was filed at Town Park, West Washington Street. According to reports, a city employee reported that someone had backed into the base of a light pole, causing the light globe to become detached and break when it landed on the sidewalk.

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