On March 25, an harassing phone call complaint was filed at a Heritage Park Circle location. According to reports, a woman said her ex-husband had sent numerous text messages and made numerous phone calls of a harassing nature. She also alleged that while she and her partner were attending her children’s rec department games the ex-husband also attended and cursed at them and followed them. The complainant said her ex-husband was only, per court order, allowed to speak to her when it regarding their children. Reports state that in the numerous text messages sent, the ex-husband mentions the children before he addresses other topics not defined by the court order. The officer spoke with a magistrate judge regarding the situation and the woman was advised to consider seeking a temporary protective order against the man.

On March 26, a damage to property complaint was filed at Deerfield Inn, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a woman said as she was driving past the motel, a construction barrel was blown by the wind into her vehicle. The woman said the vehicle sustained scratches and scrapes from the incident.

On March 23, a dangerous dog complaint was filed at Travel Center truck stop, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man alleged that he was bitten and dragged by a German Shepard while walking in the parking lot. Reports state that the man alleged that the dog’s owner had put the dog back into a truck and was attempting to leave the parking lot. The complainant said he cut the truck’s front tire in an attempt to prevent the truck from leaving the parking lot. An officer noted that the man had a large puncture wound with heavy bleeding in the left leg and a puncture wound through his boot on his left boot. The complainant also had scrape marks on his elbows. One knee was also swollen from the dog allegedly knocking the man to the ground. The dog’s owner told the officer that the man had startled him and the dog by approaching them from behind. Madison Animal Control was contacted and an agent came to the truck stop and took control of the dog and cited the owner. The officer was told that the truck tire would cost $565 to replace. The complainant was treated and then transported to Morgan Medical Center.

On March 24, a warrant for forgery in the first degree was taken against Kayla Marie Bennett, 32, Madison. According to reports, Bennett’s probation officer alleged that on six occasions, Bennett had turned in community service forms alleging that she had worked at Putnam Christian Outreach and signed by an employee at Putnam Christian Outreach verifying her service. Reports allege that the employee’s signature had been forged and that Bennett had not performed any community service at the center.

On March 24, Bertoldo Vasquez Diaz, 45, Union Point, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. According to reports, an officer was called to the Chevron, Eatonton Road, regarding a private property car crash. Reports state when the officer arrived he was met by Diaz who allegedly told the officer a man had hit his vehicle and then left and he needed a report. The officer said he requested Diaz’s license for the report and was told by Diaz that he had not driven there, that he was dropped off and the driver had left. The officer said Diaz would not tell him when he was dropped off, who had dropped him off and he kept talking on his phone and walking away as the officer was trying to compile information for a report. Reports state Diaz was at the store playing video games prior to the incident. Diaz eventually admitted to the officer that he had driven to the store and was then arrested for hindering the investigation.

On March 24, an information report was filed at Quality Inn, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a woman alleged that after she was dropped off at the Quality Inn by two men driving her vehicle on March 5, she has not had access to her Nissan Versa.

On March 23, an information report was filed at Morgan Medical Center, Lions Club Road. According to reports, a man said he observed on a video surveillance camera a couple attempting to park in a space next to his vehicle and then striking his vehicle. The couple then drove away. Reports state that minor damage occurred to the man’s 2007 Chevy Tahoe.

On March 22, a criminal trespass complaint was filed at the Morgan County Recreation Center, College Drive. According to reports, a woman said someone attempted to drill a hole in the driver’s side window of her Jeep Grand Cherokee while it was parked at the rec center.

On March 23, an information report was filed at Lowe’s, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man said while he was loading purchases into his vehicle, the shopping cart rolled away and struck a white Dodge truck, creating a small dent and scratch on the truck. The truck’s owner was informed.

On March 23, a criminal trespass complaint was filed at the Carter/Parrott Rail depot, West Jefferson Street. According to reports, an employee said someone entered a train locomotive and broke two sets of high impact windows.

On March 16, an entering auto complaint was filed at a Walton Street residence. According to reports, a man said between 5 p.m. on March 15 and 6:30 p.m. on March 16, someone entered his unlocked 2020 Ford F150 and removed a stainless steel .38 revolver, a black Glock 19 9mm pistol, three $100 bills and an Orvis credit card.


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