Madison Police Department

Madison Police Department

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On Nov. 18, a stalking complaint was filed at the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office, Monticello Highway. According to reports, a woman told a Madison Police Officer that her family had received a good behavior bond from Morgan County Magistrate Court against the former girlfriend of her daughter. Reports allege that the girlfriend had been driving past the family’s Vine Street residence and had allegedly been harassing the complainant at her work.

On Nov. 13, a theft by taking complaint was filed at Krystal’s, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee alleged that a second employee had been given a $740 deposit to take to the bank. The deposit was never made, reports state, and the employee has not returned for work.

On Nov. 23, Davonte Marquez Carter, 24, Madison was arrested and charged with criminal damage to property, possession of marijuana and possession of drugs. According to reports, officers were called to a Micha Way residence after a man alleged that Carter had entered his residence after borrowing his vehicle and had become irate “and began destroying items inside the house.” Reports state that the residence had “extensive damage” including holes punched in the walls and dishes and pictures broken. Carter was leaning against a vehicle when officers approached and, reports state, attempted to grab a backpack from the trunk of the vehicle and throw the backpack into the car. An officer searched the backpack and allegedly found a glass jar containing suspected marijuana and two bottles of pharmaceutical grade Promethazine. A handgun reported stolen from Monroe was also found in the backpack. In Carter’s pocket, reports state, an officer found a pill bottle containing suspected Xanax bars.

On Nov. 22, an information report was filed at a Sulgrave Drive residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a man wearing a blue shirt and tan pants and carrying three green bags had walked into her yard, approached her vehicle, opened the vehicle and then sat in the vehicle. The man then left the vehicle and walked across the street and attempted to enter a second vehicle before entering a wooded area. A second man said the man entered his property and placed all three green bags in the back of his pickup truck. The suspicious man then allegedly attempted to convince the second man’s wife to “drive him back to his army base.” The second man declined and the suspicious man buried the bags under a pile of leaves and left. Officers searching for the man were told by friends that the man had recently been released from the armed forces. Officers then located the man driving his father’s truck near Hanover Drive and Dixie Avenue. The man was transported to Morgan Memorial Hospital for mental health evaluation.

On Nov. 23, Gary Barnard Robinson, 54, Madison was arrested and charged with DUI drugs, less safe, possession of marijuana, less than an ounce, failure to maintain lane and unregistered vehicle. According to reports, officers arrived at the intersection of East Washington Street and Main Street at approximately 1:30 p.m. regarding a report that a vehicle driven by Robinson had struck a vehicle parked in a parking space on East Washington Street. Reports state Robinson was seated in his vehicle and “appeared to be extremely daze.” Robinson, reports state, was unsteady on his feet and allegedly used his vehicle and the officer’s to balance during testing.

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