Law Enforcement • October 18, 2012
Madison Police Department
• On Oct. 13 a disorderly conduct and firing a weapon report was filed at a Green Meadows Drive location after a woman reported that a man engaged in a physical fight with her and, she said, during the fight, fired two shots from a pistol in the air. The man told authorities he was involved in a fight with the woman’s son and when the woman attempted to break the men apart the man suffered several scratches on his neck.
• On Oct. 9 a burglary complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location after a man reported that someone had taken $4,000 worth of engine parts, including two big block heads, a box of suspension, aluminum valve cover and a pressure plate.
• On Oct. 8 a larceny from building complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location after a woman reported that she had left her iPhone 4S near the pharmacy area. According to the store’s videotape, a man located the phone and turned it into a supervisor who then turned the phone into a customer service representative. The man who originally found the phone then went to customer service and claimed the phone as his own.
• On Oct. 14 a larceny from auto complaint was filed at a Fifth Street location after a man reported that someone had taken a $300 Holly carburetor from his 1981 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme. The man said a radiator was also missing.
• On Oct. 9 a larceny complaint was filed at a North Main Street location after a woman reported that someone had taken an iron pole with a horse head mounted on the pole.
• On Oct. 11 Jeffery Scott Almand, 38, Madison, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.According to reports, Almand was arrested at the Morgan County Fair after a deputy working security at the fair observed him attempting to enter the fair through a fence facing Fairground Road.
• On Oct. 7 Elizabeth Kolpponen Lindahl, 54, Blackduck, Minn., was arrested and charged with drunkenness after officers were called to an Eatonton Road truck stop. When they arrived, reports state, they located Lindahl and a man attempting to aid her near a laundry area. Reports state that Lindahl was belligerent and refused officers requests to accompany the man to their truck for sleep. She also allegedly attempted to punch the man and had to be dragged out of the truck stop.
• On Oct. 11 a burglary complaint was filed at an Overlook Drive location after a man reported that someone took his iPhone, Xbox 360 and controllers, an HP laptop computer and a game.
• On Oct. 7 John Dean Strange, 49, Monroe, was cited for disorderly conduct after he allegedly was disruptive at a children’s soccer game at the DuPree Track and Field complex. According to reports, Strange allegedly confronted several persons at the game regarding the ability of the referees.
Printed in the October 18, 2012 edition