On June 4, a theft by taking complaint was filed at a First Street location. According to reports, a man said when he arrived at a construction site on First Street, he noticed a black construction site tool box had been moved out of a structure and was sitting on the ground. The padlock had been cut off and most of the power and hand tools in the box had been stolen. The man estimated the value of the tools at $3,200.
On May 20, Robert Hurtle Robinson, 56, was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug-related objects, habitual violated and DUI drugs. According to reports, an officer responded to a complaint of a vehicle facing east bound in the median on the west bound side of Interstate 20 at 3:35 a.m. Reports state that an officer ran Robinson’s name and learned he was wanted in Indiana and that he was unlicensed and a habitual violator. No address for Robinson was given. During an impound inventory of the vehicle, an officer allegedly found a plastic bag of suspected methamphetamine on the floor board of the vehicle. The officer also found two suspected methamphetamine pipes and a small bag of suspected marijuana in a box on the back seat.
On June 9, an information report was filed at a Vine Street residence. According to reports, a woman alleged that a man pointed a gun at her through a window at 8 a.m. and demanded that she open the door. The woman said she got her gun and opened the door. She said the man entered the apartment and took her gun and threw it away. She said the man was upset with someone damaging his vehicle and he “got all up her face.” She also said the man threatened to kill her. An officer located the man who told police he had not had a gun and after he knocked on the door, the woman allegedly said “hurry up inside, before someone sees you.” The man said the woman had a gun and when he asked about someone throwing eggs on his car they got into an argument. The man said the woman never pointed the gun at him but it made him “nervous” so he swatted it away. The man said the woman then threatened to call the police if he did not leave, so he left.
On June 6, an information report was filed at the Madison-Morgan Welcome Center, East Jefferson Street. According to reports, a woman said someone had struck and damaged her white Toyota Camry. An officer noted that there was minor damage on the left rear bumper of the vehicle.
On June 8, a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Carmichael Drive residence. According to reports, a woman said someone had taken her son’s black and orange Huffy bike. The bike is notable for glow in the dark air caps on both tires.