Madison Police Department
• On October 11 Darryl Allen Slater, 46, Lithonia was arrested and charged with larceny from auto after he allegedly was observed by a Madison police officer removing diesel fuel from a truck at an Eatonton Highway truck stop.
Reports state that the officer responded to a call of someone removing fuel and captured Slater pumping fuel from the truck to his 2007 Dodge Ram 3500 pickup truck.
When the truck driver was contacted, he reported that approximately one-quarter tank of fuel was missing from his tank. Slater allegedly told the officer that he had removed the fuel and did not have the truck driver’s permission.
• On October 11 a larceny complaint was filed at an Overlook Drive location after a woman reported that four males in a red Ford Explorer had entered her property and removed a small white puppy.
Reports state that an officer located a similar vehicle later on Pearl Street and questioned the female owner of the vehicle who reported that her son and three friends were in the vehicle earlier. The officer told the woman that witnesses could identify the young men.
He also found a black hoodie with white dog hair on it in the back seat of the Explorer. The officer located the four males at the woman’s house and while interviewing the young men one of the youth’s reported that he had just received a call informing him that the dog had been returned. The complainant reported that a neighbor had called and reported that a woman in a white Dodge Charger had just pulled into the neighborhood and released a white puppy.
One of the youth’s told the officer he had found the dog wandering in the woods and retrieved it because he thought it was lost.
• On October 10 a simple assault complaint was filed at a Pearl Street location after a woman reported that a man known to her had allegedly assaulted her and attempted to drown her in his bathtub.
Reports state that the woman suffered a seizure while officers were interviewing her and had another seizure while at the hospital.
The man said the woman had come to his house and demanded entrance but he said he did not allow her in and that he did not assault her or attempt to drown her in the bathtub. Officers observed an abrasion on the woman’s forehead and noticed that she was missing patches of hair from her head.
• On October 10 Dylan Cal Bushway, 17, Oxford was arrested and charged with minor in possession of alcohol after a police officer responded to a complaint from a West Washington liquor store of someone begging for money.
When the officer arrived he observed four white teenagers speaking with an older man. The older man told authorities that the four teens had requested that he purchase alcohol for them.
An officer tested all four teens. Bushway allegedly tested positive for alcohol.
• On October 9 a larceny complaint was filed at a White Street location after a man reported that he was leaving his mother’s residence when he noticed a young man carrying a carton of cigarettes from the complainant’s truck.
The complainant reported that he gave chase and “ran the individual out of his shoes.”
The carton of cigarettes was collected by the complainant and officers confiscated the shoes.
• On October 9 a damage to property complaint was filed at a North Main Street location after a woman reported that someone had damaged two window box flower planters. The planters were broken and placed in front of the business.
• On October 9 Carlton Canteen, 43, Buckhead, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass and interference with a business after he allegedly entered a North Main Street convenience store and opened items in the store. Officers initial responded to a complaint from the store and located Canteen. Canteen said he was waiting on his son.
Officers told him to leave the premises. He returned, reports state, and began opening items in the store. He allegedly told a clerk that “it’s not stealing if I don’t leave the store.” When police returned they arrested Canteen.
• On October 8 Marion Lee Boyd, 37, Madison, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after officers received five different complaint calls regarding Boyd and a relative and Boyd’s girlfriend.
Reports state that the first four times officers responded Boyd had already left the March Street location. On the fifth response officers found Boyd hiding under a bathroom sink.
• On October 12 a larceny complaint was filed at a Sulgrave Drive location after a woman reported that someone entered her unlocked Jeep Cherokee and removed a purse that contained a driver’s license, Social Security card, EBT card, cell phone and $15 in cash.
• On October 12 a larceny complaint was filed at a Harper Court location after a woman reported that someone had removed a “Obama 2008” political sign and replaced it with a “No Bama” political sign. The woman also reported that someone had smashed eggs on her house and left a dead bird in front of the steps on her porch. A neighbor also reported that they had a “Obama 2008” sign stolen from the yard.
• On October 12 damage to property complaint was filed at an East Jefferson Street location after a woman reported that someone had smashed the kitchen window of her apartment with a tire jack and kicked the exterior or the rear door several times.
• On October 8 a burglary complaint was filed at a Micha Way location after a woman reported that while she was taking a nap she awoke and two men were standing in her apartment. The woman identified the men and both men were interviewed by police but both men provided statements that indicated they were elsewhere when the incident occurred. A front screen was cut on the apartment and a single set of muddy footprints was found on the carpet.
Morgan County Sheriff’s Office
• On October 11 a harassing phone calls complaint was filed at a Flat Rock Road location after a woman reported that a man known to her had called five times between 3:54 p.m. and 6:28 p.m. and threatened her. The woman, however, said she accidentally erased the messages. The man said he did not call the woman and did not leave messages on her machine.
• On October 11 a damage to mailbox complaint was filed at a Davis Academy Road location after a woman reported that someone had kicked her mailbox causing a large dent. They had also broken a wooden pole the mailbox was mounted on.
• On October 2 a recovered stolen property report was filed at a Double Bridges Road location after deputies responded to a vehicle fire report.
When they arrived they located a burning Chevy Impala that had been reported stolen earlier in the evening from the parking lot of the Morgan County Fair. Deputies found fire burning in the passenger compartment and trunk of the vehicle.
• On October 11 a criminal damage to property complaint was filed at a Pinetree Circle location after a man reported that while he was in the backyard someone attempted to break down his front door.
• On October 11 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Paschal Road location after a man reported that someone had removed his 17-foot Bass Tracker boat.
• On October 11 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Sandy Creek Road location after a man reported that while he was marking his hunting land someone removed several deer stands from the back of his truck.
• On October 11 a suspicious incident report was filed on Interstate 20 after a truck driver reported that a man driving next to him had exposed himself.
The truck driver said after the exposure he pulled off on an exit ramp to call authorities and the man who allegedly exposed himself followed. The man then allegedly climbed up on the passenger side of the truck and propositioned the driver for sexual activity. The driver then instructed the man, reports state, that he was on the phone with authorities.
The man then ran back to his car, reports state, and the truck driver stood in front of the man’s car in an attempt to block him from leaving. The man then struck the truck driver on the leg with his vehicle and fled. The truck driver turned in the man’s license plate number. The truck driver told authorities that he observed “people exposing themselves all the time and I am just tired of it.”
• On October 9 a burglary complaint was filed at an Apalachee road location after a man reported that someone had stolen his 9mm Smith and Wesson. The man said he suspects his roommate took the weapon.
• On October 9 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Beaver Dam Road location after a man reported that someone had removed an air conditioning unit. The unit is valued at $2,000.
• On October 7 Michael Scott Feingold, 18, Atlanta, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, tail light violation, fraudulent identification, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, possession of a firearm by a person under 21 and possession of a firearm with an altered identification number after a deputy stopped a vehicle Feingold was driving for a faulty tail light. Following the stop the officer allegedly discovered several plastic bags containing a small amount of suspected marijuana, a pistol with the identification number filed off and a fake ID. Deputies also confiscated $990 in cash and digital scales from Feingold. Sarah Perexempel, 18, Alpharetta, a passenger in the vehicle, was also arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, less than an ounce.
• On October 3 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Davis Academy Road, Rutledge, location after a man reported that after he finished fishing in his father-in-law’s pond, his 14-year-old niece blocked a gate with a four wheeler, making it impossible for the complainant to leave. The niece then allegedly cursed at the complainant and kicked the hood of the complainant’s truck. The complainant said he then took the key from the four-wheeler and left. He said he returned the key to his father-in-law. The complainant said his niece’s father later called him and threatened to kill him.
• On October 10 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Enterprise Road location after a man reported that someone had entered his property and ripped up two “Obama 2008” Political signs.
The following were listed on the arrest book last week at the Morgan County Detention Center. Although these people have been arrested they are not considered guilty unless they later plead guilty or are convicted in a court of law.
• Brandon James Peters, 27, Good Hope, arrested October 6, failure to maintain insurance, criminal damage to property, first degree, failure to obey stop sign, driving while license suspended or revoked, hit and run, reckless driving, operating a vehicle with suspended registration.
• William Arthur Shearin, Jr., 49, Philadelphia, Pa., arrested on October 1, probate court bench warrant.
• William Dextor Leslie, Sr., 38, Greensboro, arrested October 2, probate court contempt of court.
• Paulino Godinez, 59, Madison, arrested October 10, expired license. • Gregory Benjamin Ross, Sr., 42, Madison, arrested October 10, fraud. • Ebony Shataine Walker, 29, Hampton, Va., arrested October 7, driving while license suspended. • Brandon Perez Ingram, 23, Eatonton, arrested October 8, probation violation.
• Timothy Lawrence Bradford, 36, Athens, arrested September 30, false imprisonment, hindering a call for 911, battery, terroristic threats and acts.
• Tiffany Lynn Garner, 22, Rutledge, arrested September 28, disorderly conduct.
• Damien Lean Tarrer, 29, Richmond, Va., arrested October 2, driving while license suspended, failure to maintain insurance.
• Latasha Jones, 20, Madison, arrested September 25, criminal trespass.
• Christopher Charles Evans, 22, Monticello, arrested September 26, burglary, theft by taking.
• Jeff Jasper Still, 43, Monroe, arrested September 26, probation violation.
• Kerri Cordez Robinson, 17, Madison, criminal trespass.
• Terrance Cornell Williams, 30, Eatonton, arrested September 28, probation violation.