On Sept. 18 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at Coach and Buggy Car Wash, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee reported that a white female in a green Mercury Grand Marquis came to the car wash at 10:50 p.m. and broke a lock on car vacuums to take the change inside the units. Reports state that this is an on-going theft by the same woman. Authorities were able to identify the license tag on the woman’s vehicle.
On Sept. 23 an information report was filed at Krystal, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee said that when she told another employee to leave the business because of her poor attitude, the employee left but later came back and allegedly threw trash in the woman’s restroom and threw product on the floor.
On Sept. 21 an information report was filed at Quick Shop convenience store, Confederate Road. According to reports, an officer spoke with a mother who alleged that while her daughter was pumping gas at the store a male approached her and initially offered to pay for the teen’s gas. When the teen refused, reports state, the man said the teen should “start talking to him” and that he would “pay her $500 a month.” The teen told her mother she felt extremely uncomfortable with the man. The woman reviewed video surveillance at the store and recognized the man and informed officers of his identity.
On Sept. 20 a reckless driving and fleeing and attempting to elude report was filed on Interstate 20 westbound. According to reports, an officer reported that he was alerted by Morgan County Dispatch of a yellow vehicle traveling north on U.S. 441 at speeds in excess of 120 mph without any headlights at 9:20 p.m. The vehicle also allegedly passed other vehicles in curves and on double yellow lines. The vehicle, a Camaro turned off U.S. 441 and was observed by the Madison Police Department officer on Monticello Highway near Interstate 20. The Camaro then entered Interstate 20 in the westbound lane and continued, reaching speeds of 150 mph and passing vehicles in the emergency lane and, reports state, “blacking out” by turning off its lights. The officer reported that he notified Covington Police officers and then observed the vehicle exit the interstate at Exit 98. The officer lost contact with the vehicle at that point.