On Nov. 3, a suspicious activity report was filed at an Orchard Grove, Micha Way residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that someone entered her apartment and moved her kitchen utensils and a humidifier. She also alleged that someone stopped her phone from working and that the phone was connected to her vehicle.
On Nov. 3, a fraud complaint was filed at the Madison Police Department, North Main Street. According to reports, a man said after his cell phone was stolen in Atlanta, he noticed that someone started using his CashApp to send more than $2,000 to another person.
On Nov. 3, Jessica Shawn Walton, 41, Monroe, was arrested and charged with window tint violation, no insurance, driving while license suspended or revoked, possession of marijuana, possession of an open container and expired registration. According to reports, an officer observed a Mitsubishi Montego with a used car tag that had Nov. 8, 2021 written in Sharpie ink. A traffic stop was conducted on Lions Club Road. After the stop, Walton requested to drive further up the road to go to a food bank, however, she pulled in the parking lot of the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office. An officer learned that the vehicle was not registered, that Walton had an active warrant against her from Rockdale and that she had a suspended license. An inventory search of the vehicle revealed an open travel size bottle of liquor in the vehicle and suspected marijuana in Walton’s purse.
On Nov. 4, a lost property report was filed at the Madison Police Department, North Main Street. According to reports, a woman said while she was using the Bank of Madison ATM machine she placed her wallet on the roof of her vehicle. The woman said she forgot her wallet and drove north on Main Street before she realized the wallet was gone. She drove back but did not find the wallet. A witness told her a black male in a black truck had stopped and picked up the wallet and left the area.
On Nov. 4, a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Maple Street residence. According to reports, a man said someone took several tools and batteries from the back of his pickup truck. The man said the truck contained a Black and Decker circular saw, a Ryobi impact drill and a Ryobi reciprocating saw. The man valued the items at $400.
On Nov. 3, a burglary complaint was filed at Family Dollar, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee alleged that someone had taken a bank deposit from a safe. The employee said she placed the deposit in the safe at 10 a.m. and left the key in the safe because her boyfriend needed her car and she put the key in the safe so she wouldn’t lose it. The theft was discovered when a manager arrived at noon and inquired about the deposit.
On Nov. 1, an information report was filed at a Creekpoint Drive residence. According to reports, a man said a vehicle that he sold on July 5, 2020 was still operating with a tag registered to the complainant. The complainant said he had received a notice from the New Jersey Turnpike Authority. The man cancelled registration on the vehicle on Sept. 4, 2020.
On Oct. 29, Daryl Roy Jones, 51, Covington, was arrested and charged with theft by receiving stolen property. According to reports, Jones was stopped while driving eastbound on Interstate 20 in a vehicle that Sirius XM Radio was tracking as stolen. At midnight the vehicle passed Exit 113 and was stopped by a Madison Police Department officer and a Morgan County Sheriff’s Office deputy. Consequent to the stop the officers were told by Jones that a person named “Do Right” was paying him $500 to transport the Jeep to Connecticut. During an inventory of the vehicle officers allegedly found a fictitious Georgia vehicle title in the vehicle. There were also two phones in the vehicle.
On Nov. 3, a stalking complaint was filed at Lowes, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a woman reported that someone left a note on her car stating, “I been watching you and I’m gonna get you.”