Madison Police Department Reports | Police & Firemen
October 20, a simple assault complaint was filed at a residence on East Washington Street. According to reports, a woman alleged that following an argument with her boyfriend, she followed him outside the residence and the boyfriend tripped her down the gravel driveway, causing injuries to his hand and leg. The woman alleged that the man did this in front of her 3-year-old son.
October 20, an infringement complaint was filed at Dollar General, Eatonton Road. According to reports, an employee alleged that a woman entered the store and purchased two T-shirts with a fake $ 100 bill. The employee said she verified the veracity of the invoice after the woman left the building.
October 19, a battery complaint has been filed with the Holiday Inn Express, Ramada Lane.â¦ Reportedly, a man claimed that while he was staying with a family friend at the motel and working on a construction site, he decided he no longer wanted to work and asked the friend to take him home. Reports say the friend told the man he had to stay and finish the job and an argument ensued. According to the complainant, the friend allegedly hit him after the complainant called the friend a “piece of.” An officer also contacted the complainant’s stepfather who told him he was trying to get someone to pick up the complainant, but the complainant then said the stepfather was “dead to me and doesn’t mean nothing for me because he won’t come take me now. When an officer told the complainant, reports indicate that no charges would be laid in the incident, the complainant allegedly told the officer that “he watches YouTube and knows we’re not doing our job,” he said. writes the officer in his statement. The complainant allegedly indicated that his lawyer and a US Army lieutenant colonel would contact the Madison Police Department about the incident.
October 19, a pick-up theft complaint was filed at a store on Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man alleged he rented a 26-foot U-Haul truck from a female Buckhead. The man said the truck was due to be returned on August 5, but the truck was still missing. The man said attempts to reach the woman had failed. The truck is now listed as stolen, according to reports.
October 17, Pledge Keeley, 61, Madison, was arrested and charged with common assault. According to reports, officers responded to a domestic incident at a residence on Newman Drive. Reports say a woman alleged that she and Keeley had argued over her early return from work. Reports say that when an officer arrived, Keeley appeared to be impaired. The woman said while talking to her son, Keeley allegedly picked up her phone and threw it against a wall. When the son arrived, according to reports, Keeley allegedly walked to his truck and retrieved a gun and started waving it in the air and threatened to kill both the woman and her son. The weapon was located and seized.
October 14, a complaint for theft by deception was filed at JDR Enterprises, North Fifth Street, Madison. According to reports, an employee of the staffing company alleged that an employee of JDR Enterprises came to the company three to four hours before his shift and checked in and then left. Reports indicate that this has happened since September 27 and that the employee has received $ 1,474 more than she should have received. The company made several attempts to contact the employee, but without success.
October 16, Charles Edward Reddy, 49, Boston, MA, was arrested and charged with Theft by Taking. Reddy was reportedly arrested in the Morgan County Public Safety Center parking lot, Monticello Road, after allegedly picking up a 2017 Dodge from the complex. Reports indicate that Reddy left the complex, picked up the Dodge, and then returned to collect personal effects from the lobby.
October 22, a complaint regarding an incoming car was filed at a residence on Belmont Street. Reportedly, a woman said someone entered her unlocked vehicle and removed two debit cards and a driver’s license from her wallet. A second woman at the residence said someone entered her unlocked vehicle but nothing was taken away.
October 22, a car entry complaint was filed at a Harris Street residence. Reportedly, a man said someone entered his unlocked 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and his girlfriend’s unlocked 2009 Chevrolet Silverado and withdrew about $ 30 in change from both vehicles and a Discover card.
October 21, a car entry complaint was filed at a residence on Sulgrave Drive. According to reports, a woman reported that someone had taken her pistol at some point in the past two weeks. The woman said her vehicle is often unlocked.
October 21, a complaint for telephone harassment was filed at a residence on Hodges Avenue. According to reports, a teenage girl said that between October 16 and 21, she received inappropriate images of a man as well as inappropriate text messages of a sexual nature. The teenager said she texted the person several times asking them to cease and desist, but the texting continued. The phone number has been registered for Bandwidth.com without a registered name.
October 21, a complaint for theft by taking was filed at K Beauty, Eatonton Road. Reportedly, a woman alleged that on October 20, a woman wearing a surgical mask walked into the business and paid for $ 19.39 for hair products using a fake $ 100 bill. Investigation revealed that the invoice was produced using a $ 10 bill.