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CRIME REPORTS

March 20, 2020 - 06:00
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MORGAN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Eric Antonio Bradley, 57, of Forest Park was arrested March 11 and charged with DUI, open container, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and failure to maintain lane.

Roger Ahumada Alanis, 38, of Hampton was arrested March 11 and charged with driving without a valid license and cited for a brake light violation.

The MCSO is investigating damage to a 2005 Suburban which had its window shattered on the afternoon of March 10 on East Main Street. The MCSO may have a suspect.

Mary Elizabeth Bailey, 24, and David Lynn Stanfield, both of Buckhead were arrested March 13 and each charged with battery.

Malik Osiris Horton, 20, was arrested March 13 on a probation warrant out of Stockbridge.

Roderica Swuy’ae Sturrup, 21, of Columbia, South Carolina, was arrested March 13 and charged with reckless driving and speeding (104 in a 70-mph zone).

Tamiya Diavon Stokes, 19, of Eatonton was arrested March 14 and charged with driving without a license, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, improper passing, improper lane change, failure to signal a lane change and a violation of Georgia’s move over law.

The MCSO is investigating damage done to the Fairplay Fire Station parking lot that occurred when a tan station wagon and black BMW practiced drifting maneuvers in the gravel lot, causing ruts and grooves in it. Video surveillance is being reviewed.

Jessica Rena Rivers, 32, of Madison was arrested March 16 and charged with driving without a license, speeding (81 in a 55-mph zone), reckless driving and driving too fast for conditions.

MADISON POLICE DEPARTMENT

Michael Lee Leonard, 43, of Covington was arrested March 13 and charged with possession of marijuana, DUI (drugs) and failure to maintain lane.

Madison Police are investigating the theft of a Playstation 4, two controllers and six games from a Micha Way address. The gaming equipment had an estimated value of $700.

Tony Keith Dalton, 27, of Shady Dale was arrested March 12 and charged with DUI (refusal), driving with a suspended license and registration.

Madison police are investigating a burglary at 441 Pawn that happened March 3. Thieves cut a steel cable and took a John Deere mower at approximately 4 a.m. Two males in U-Haul truck were seen on surveillance footage stealing the mower which was valued at $700.

Another John Deere mower was reportedly taken from the Lowe’s parking lot on March 6. Surveillance footage also shows to males loading the mower in a U-Haul truck.

Madison police are investigating the case of a wallet stolen from a Plum Street address March 15.

The Madison Police Department is investigating a break-in and vandalism that occurred at 503 N. Main St. on March 15. According to reports, green paint had been sprayed on items inside the guest house and golf clubs had been used to shatter a window and knock holes in the walls. The officers also found a wet pair of basketball shorts, a towel and a ripped-up cigar. Nothing appeared to be stolen, but officers later found more green paint on an access gate and then two juveniles with green paint on their hands.

GREENE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Aaron Christopher Lewis, 34, was arrested March 12 and charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Nathan Brooks, 20, was arrested March 12 and charged with possession of marijuana, theft by receiving stolen property and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime.

Elijah Jeffries, 20, was arrested March 12 and charged with possession of marijuana, theft by receiving stolen property and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime.

Eric Devante Shy, 26, was arrested March 12 and charged with possession of marijuana, theft by receiving stolen property and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime.

Christopher Treadwell, 20, was arrested March 12 and charged with possession of marijuana, theft by receiving stolen property and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime.

Traci Vernice Johnson, 33, of Aiken, South Carolina was arrested March 12 and charged with theft by receiving (motor vehicle).

James Lasssic III, 35, of Montgomery, Alabama, was arrested March 14 and charged with driving while unlicensed and cited for speeding (108 mph in a 70-mph zone).

Justin Paul Jenkins, 33, of Greensboro was arrested March 14 and charged with theft of services.

Johnny Edward Miller, 70, of Greensboro was arrested March 14 and charged with DUI (alcohol), failure to maintain lane, driving while license suspended and giving a false name and information to a police officer.

GREENSBORO POLICE

On Sunday, March 8, officers responded to the area of Apalachee Avenue in reference to a possible TPO violation. The complainant was advised of the TPO process.

On Sunday, March 8, officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle with an expired decal. After further investigation, the driver who was identified as Darius Seals, 34, of Greensboro, was arrested on the charge of driving while license suspended. Seals was also served a warrant out of Taliaferro County. The vehicle was turned over to the owner, Kimberly Peters. Peters received a citation for expired tag.

On Sunday, March 8, officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle with a possible intoxicated driver. Officers made contact with the driver, Pamela Mentzer, 54, of Greensboro. Mentzer was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and new resident failing to obtain a Georgia driver’s license within 30 days.

On Monday, March 9, officers responded to GPD in reference to a financial card fraud complaint. The complainant stated that he left his card in the ATM after withdrawing funds. The complainant stated that he went back to the ATM and the card was gone. The complainant canceled the card after a transaction was made that he did not authorize. The incident was turned over to investigations.

On Monday March 9, officers attempted to initiate a traffic stop on a vehicle for failure to obey a traffic control device. The driver pulled into a residence, exited the vehicle and fled on foot. After further investigation, the driver was identified as Leny Castillo, of Greensboro. Warrants for Castillo were issued.

On Monday, March 9, officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle without a license plate. The driver was identified as Janek Escutia, 19, of Pool Road, Greensboro. Escutia was issued citations for driving without insurance.

On Monday, March 9, officers responded to Good Samaritan Hospital in reference to a battery complaint. The complainant stated that someone hit her in the mouth at a gas station. The incident was turned over to investigations. The complainant was advised of the TPO process.

On Monday, March 9, officers responded to the area of South Main Street in reference to a criminal trespassing complaint. The complainant stated that her driver side window was shattered. The incident was turned over to investigations.

On Tuesday, March 10, officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for failure to stop at a stop sign. The driver was identified as Sonny Nolan Terry, 41, of Greensboro. After further investigation, Terry was arrested on charges of failure to stop at a stop sign and driving while unlicensed.

On Tuesday, March 10, officers issued a criminal trespassing warning to Bettie Jean Brown, 54, of Greensboro for the property of Dollar General, located at 1021 Willow Run Road, Greensboro.

On Tuesday, March 10, officers responded to the area of East Broad Street in reference to a theft by shoplifting complaint. The incident was turned over to investigations.

On Wednesday, March 11, officers observed an individual with active warrants from a theft by taking incident walking on East Broad Street. The individual was identified as Kristopher Carlton Mobley, 39, of Greensboro, and the warrants were confirmed through Greene County. Mobley was arrested on warrants for theft by shoplifting and criminal trespassing.

On Wednesday, March 11, officers responded to the area of North Main Street in reference to a counterfeit currency complaint. The incident was turned over to investigations.

On Wednesday, March 11, officers responded to the area of Fox Chase Circle in reference to a verbal dispute. Both parties agreed to separate for the night.

On Thursday, March 12, officers issued a criminal trespassing warning to Grady Deleon Clay, 39, of Greensboro for the property of Fox Chase Apartments in Greensboro.

On Thursday, March 12, officers responded to the area of Apalachee Avenue in reference to a domestic dispute. After speaking with both parties, they agreed to separate for the rest of the day.

On Thursday, March 12, officers responded to the GPD in reference to a burglary complaint. The complainant stated that someone entered her home and stole medication. The incident was turned over to investigations.

On Thursday, March 12, officers arrested Gerald Dunn, 55, of Greensboro and charged him with criminal trespassing.

On Thursday, March 12, officers responded to the GPD in reference to a complaint of nude pictures on social media. The incident was turned over to investigations.

On Thursday, March 12, officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle with the driver not wearing a seatbelt. As the officer was running the driver’s information with dispatch, the vehicle pulled off in an attempt to elude law enforcement. After a short pursuit, the vehicle came to a stop after pulling into a residence on Cunningham Road. The driver, who was identified as James Edward Brown, 61, of Greensboro, was taken into custody and transported to the Greene County LEC where he was booked on the charges of a seatbelt violation, operating a vehicle without registration, reckless driving, passing in a no passing zone, removing or affixing a license plate for the purpose to conceal, driving on the wrong side of the roadway, failure to maintain lane, driving while license suspended and fleeing/attempting to elude law enforcement.

On Thursday, March 12, officers responded to the area of Allen Circle in reference to a burglary. The complainant stated that she came home and found that someone entered the residence and stole $2,000 in cash, two televisions, two pair of retro Jordan’s, a PlayStation console and two gold chains. The incident was turned over to investigations.

On Friday, March 13, officers met with a complainant at the GPD in reference to a harassment complaint. The complainant stated that he was being harassed about an incident that happened on social media. The incident was turned over to investigations.

On Friday, March 13, officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle with the driver not wearing a seatbelt. The driver was identified as Erik Davis White, 45, of Greensboro. After further investigation. White was arrested for and driving while license suspended and cited for a seatbelt violation

On Saturday, March 14, officers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle with the driver not having headlights on. The driver was identified as Berta Alicia Escobar Martinez, 31, of Greensboro. After further investigation, Martinez was arrested on the charge of driving while unlicensed and cited for a violation of headlight requirements.

For the week of March 8-20, the Greensboro Police Department responded to two accidents and 63 citations were issued.