On June 5 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at Budget Inn Motel, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man stated that at 3 a.m. he heard someone “jiggling” the locks on his motel room door. Officers did not find anyone but did determine that the complainant had three outstanding arrest warrants against him. He was then arrested and transported to the Morgan County Detention Center.

On June 5 a mislaid property complaint was filed at Heritage Park. According to reports, a woman reported that she found a black wallet that, according to its contents, belonged to a Madison police officer. The wallet was returned with everything intact except for the man’s driver’s license. On June 5 a simple assault and cruelty toward children complaint was filed at Heritage Park. According to reports, a woman alleged that while she was attempting to deliver her two children to her estranged husband, the husband demanded extra clothing for the children. The woman said she denied providing extra clothing because last time she had provided extra clothing the clothing had not been returned. The man then allegedly threatened to “slap the (expletivie)” out of the woman and, allegedly, later made an obscene gesture at her. On June 3 a burglary complaint was filed at Budget Inn, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a woman stated that sometime between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. someone had entered her room and removed $100 she had hidden under a pillow in the room. The woman said she observed ten $1 bills scattered across her bed. The woman said she could not remember whether or not she locked her door when she left the motel.

On June 7 a stolen vehicle complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location. According to reports, a woman said she allowed a man named “Anthony” to borrow her 2005 Nissan Altima. The woman said “Anthony” told her he was going to use her car to get something to eat. The woman said after the man borrowed her car he called and told her the vehicle was in the parking lot with the keys in the vehicle. The vehicle is now missing. The woman said “Anthony” was a short black male with tattoos on his neck.

In a supplemental reports, an officer observed the vehicle with three subjects inside on U.S. 441. The vehicle was stopped the passengers were removed and a small Crown Royal bag containing suspected marijuana and cocaine was located in a cup in the back seat of the vehicle. According to the reports, Jereius Hawkins, 20, Madison, was charged with theft by receiving stolen property, possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute and possession of cocaine. Reports state that Hawkins told an officer he had located the vehicle on Crawford Road with the keys in the ignition. He then said he took the vehicle to pick up a friend from work and then asked the friend to drive because Hawkins said the friend had a valid license.

He also said that a portion of the marijuana in the vehicle belonged to him but that the cocaine must have been in the Crown Royal bag when he found the bag in the vehicle and placed the marijuana in the bag. On June 4 a fraud complaint was filed at Budget Inn, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a woman stated that while she was attempting to move from one room to another, she must have left her debit card in the first room. The woman said she then received text messages telling her someone was using her card at the Sunflower Convenience store. In total, three charges were made on the woman’s card totaling $72. On June 5 a theft complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location. According to reports, a man said that someone had removed a 1996 utility trailer.

On June 3 a larceny complaint was filed at a Park Lane location. According to reports, a man said someone entered a black Chevy Tahoe and removed a $1500 Dell computer. The man said someone also entered a GMC Yukon and removed his wife’s purse that contained sunglasses, cash and credit cards. Five hours later an officer received a call stating that items were in the creek area of Poplar Street. The officer located a wallet containing the wife’s credit cards and driver’s license. On June 4 a burglary complaint was filed at a Commerce Street location. According to reports, a man stated that between 6:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. someone entered his residence but nothing was removed from the residence. On June 1 a larceny complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road location. According to reports, a woman stated that she had left her wallet at a Waffle House and that, later, she received a email alert from her bank stating that someone was attempting to use her debit card at a Golden Pantry in Greensboro. The charge was denied and the bank immediately canceled the debit card. On June 2 a fraud complaint was filed at a Four Lakes Drive location.

According to reports, a woman said that in December someone accessed her Verizon account and added a line. The woman said she had paid an extra $30 per month for the line and that the line’s charges had appeared on her online account, which she never accessed, but not on her paper statement. On June 3 a burglary complaint was filed at an East Washington Street location. According to reports, a man stated that someone had removed a window sash on a garage window and entered the garage and removed a wallet, two beach cruiser bicycles, five sets of Polk Audio headphones and six golf balls. The man said that a security light had been unscrewed above a garage door. In a second report, an officer reported retrieving one of the bikes from a juvenile that was riding the bike in the Wal Mart parking lot. The juvenile told the officer that he had paid a man $20 for the bike.

On June 2 a larceny complaint was filed at Huddle House, Eatonton Road, after a woman reported that the cash sales from all servers at the restaurant during a weekend shift was missing. The woman said more than $600 was missing. On June 3 a larceny complaint was filed at Cracker Barrell, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a manager reported that two deposits were signed out to be made to a local bank but that neither deposit made it to the bank. On June 3 a worthless check complaint was filed at a Lions Club Road location. According to reports, a man allegedly presented a $822.83 check to Ag Pro to purchase two trimmers.

Reports state that the man presented a paper ID and was driving a vehicle with a paper tag. The store received notice that the check was written on an “unlocated account.” On May 28 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Micha Circle location. According to reports, a woman said the former boyfriend of a woman damaged an apartment window. Reports state that the boyfriend was standing outside the window as the former girlfriend threw items out the window and he became upset and struck the window.

On May 29 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Hanover Drive location. According to reports, a woman said someone had damaged a trampoline and pool at her residence. A railing on the pool was damaged a leg was missing from the trampoline. The woman said she was going to have both items moved to a new location. On May 30 a simple assault complaint was filed at Morgan Memorial Hospital. According to reports, a woman stated that a man known to her had pushed her to the ground, kicked her and dragged her across the floor at a Bramblewood Drive apartment complex. Reports state that the woman had a strong alcoholic smell about her person and that hospital workers could not find anything wrong with the woman. The woman refused further treatment when workers attempted to draw blood and the officer drove the woman home.