Morgan County Sheriff’s Office Reports | Police & Firemen

November 14, a claim for damage to property and the driveway of a car was filed at a residence on Lower Apalachee Road. No further information was available regarding the complaint.

November 13, a theft by theft and forgery complaint was filed at a residence on Seven Islands Road. According to reports, a woman alleged that someone took a check she wrote to the town of Madison for $ 42.40 from her mailbox and changed the check to $ 892.40 and had it changed to an individual’s name. The woman said the check was dated November 4 and was changed to November 5 and the check cleared her bank on November 9.

November 12, a criminal trespassing advisory has been issued on Second Street, Bishop. There are reports that one woman alleged that another woman came to her home while the complainant was at work and yelled at her children. The complainant said a neighbor and another person said the altercation was unwarranted.

November 12, a complaint for computer pornography and obscene communication was filed at Morgan County Middle School, College Drive. There are reports of MPs responding to a complaint from parents that their 12-year-old daughter sent a nude photo to a student. MPs interviewed 10 students who owned the photo shared on social media and, in the presence of school administrators, deleted the photo.

November 12, a verbal threat complaint was filed at a residence on Shadow Lake Drive, Buckhead. According to reports, a man said a woman with whom he had ended a three-month relationship called him every 15 minutes or so, with the last call being recorded at 3:45 a.m. The complainant said the wife called back the next morning and informed him that she was coming so the couple could “sit and talk”. The complainant said he told the woman that if she arrived at his residence he would have her arrested. The woman reportedly told the man that if arrested she would go to jail for 20 years because she would be on probation. She also, the man said, threatened to kill him if she went to jail. The man said he asked his secretary to tape the conversation and gave MPs a copy of the tape.

The 11th of November an information report was filed at the intersection of Parks Mill Road and Seven Islands Road. There are reports that a man claimed that his ex-girlfriend was following him in a vehicle and tried to “cut him” on several occasions. The girlfriend told the deputy that she caught the complainant breaking out of their relationship and was following him, but denied any attempt to “cut him off”.

November 10, a property damage claim was filed at Country Boy’s RV Park, Eatonton Highway. According to reports, a man said someone damaged his 2018 Ram 2500. A deputy noted that the vehicle had shattered windows and there were dents and scratches and the head of a large headlamp. pocket found on the floor next to the driver’s side door. The man said he didn’t have any enemies he knew of.

November 10, a financial identity fraud complaint was filed at a residence on Sandy Creek Road. There are reports that a man has twice stated that unauthorized charges to HIC Premium Insurance for $ 166 and $ 142 were taken from his bank account.

November 10, a complaint for theft by taking has been filed at the Country Store, Sandy Creek Road. According to reports, an employee said a man entered the store and presented his driver’s license and asked the employee to activate a gas pump. The man pumped $ 122.47 worth of diesel into a vehicle and left the store without paying for gasoline. An officer was able to contact the man, using his driver’s license, and the man said he called the store and paid for the fuel with a credit card.

November 9 a found weapon report was filed at a location in Pinetree Circle. According to reports, a man said that while his children were playing behind the residence, one of the children alerted him that they had found a gun. The man took the gun from inside the residence and removed a loaded magazine. The man said he last cut the grass around the residence on November 4 and the gun was not there at the time.

November 9 Clinton Dale Clemons, 23, of Eatonton, was arrested and charged with theft for receiving stolen goods and possession of marijuana, less than an ounce. According to reports, Clemons was pulled over for speeding on Eatonton Road. Following the traffic stop, Clemons reportedly admitted he had recently smoked marijuana to the assistant. He also indicated that a handgun was under the floor mat on the driver’s side. A deputy located a small amount of suspected marijuana in the vehicle and a .380 Cobra pistol. Clemons told the MP that his “homeboy” gave him the gun. The pistol was reported stolen in Baldwin County.

November 7 an information report was filed in a residence on Reese Road. According to reports, a man alleged that he and his wife had an argument and when he tried to leave the residence, she blocked the door. The man said he jumped over a sofa to exit through a second door and the woman allegedly slammed the door on his leg and hit him on the forehead with a cell phone.

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