On June 28, an interference with the business of another was filed at Madison Medical Associates, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee reported that an ex-patient continues to come to the office to request the medical records of the ex-patient’s relative. The employee said when the man is explained the requirements involved with releasing the medical records to another person the man becomes “extremely belligerent and hostile…” An officer contacted the man and served him with a criminal trespass warning on the property.
On June 26, a terroristic threat complaint was filed at Becton Dickinson & Co., Mary Magnan Blvd. According to reports, an employee said after a man was terminated from his job, he allegedly said “Y’all can have this job… I don’t need this.” The employee said the man went into a restroom and was overheard saying he had a 45” under his car seat and he would “take care of this himself.”
On June 30, a theft by taking complaint was filed at an East Washington Street residence. According to reports, a woman said someone took her black mailbox from her yard. The mailbox is valued at $50.
On June 28, Phillip Wayne Rowe, 51, Evans, was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine, failure to maintain lane and DUI drugs. According to reports, an officer was called to Interstate 20 eastbound in reference to a dangerous driver. The caller was following Rowe with blinkers on to alert officers. When the officer caught up to Rowe, he allegedly failed to maintain lane twice. Consequent to a traffic stop, the officer allegedly found suspected crystal methamphetamine in Rowe’s wallet and three suspected marijuana joints in a Marlboro Lights cigarette box.
On June 24, Michael Hyman, 59, Madison, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass. According to reports, Hyman allegedly went to the Budget Inn and entered a room after he had been served a criminal trespass notice on the property.
On June 26, Nathanial Kang Mitchell, 28, Madison, was arrested and charged with battery and DUI. According to reports, officers responding to a domestic argument on Vine Street arrived and allegedly observed Mitchell trying to leave the residence in a grey Ford pickup truck. The truck was stopped by two Morgan County Sheriff’s Office deputies and a woman with a bloody nose exited the residence walked to the officers and alleged that the driver of the truck, Mitchell, had bloodied her nose. Mitchell allegedly told the officers that he and the woman began to argue as he was changing the oil on her vehicle. The woman said she had thrown a bottle of oil at Mitchell’s truck and he had responded by hitting her in the nose with a bottle cap, causing the cut.
On June 21, a theft by taking complaint was filed at an Old Post Road residence. According to reports, a woman said someone had entered an unsecured carport and taken two bikes valued at $300.
On June 26, Joshua Hudson, 31, Loganville, was arrested and charged with DUI, endangerment of a child under 14 and failure to maintain lane. According to reports, an officer responded to a complaint of a reckless driver on Interstate 20. The officer made contact with the vehicle driven by Hudson at the 114 exit and while the officer’s emergency lights were activated, Hudson allegedly threw several pieces of something out of the driver’ side window. Some of the pieces hit the patrol vehicle’s front window, reports state. Consequent to a traffic stop, the officer observed that a 9-year-old child and a 12-year-old child were in the backseat of the vehicle. Hudson was arrested and the vehicle was released to a woman in the car.
On June 26, a theft by taking complaint was filed at Wing Nights, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man said someone had taken his 2007 Chevy Silverado. The complainant said he had rolled the truck’s windows down at 10:50 p.m. so it would not be hot in the cab and he had left the keys in the truck. An officer observed surveillance video that allegedly showed Justin Anderson, 30, Madison, taking the truck. The truck was located in a Zaxby’s parking lot in Jackson on June 30. A warrant has been issued for Anderson’s arrest.