Madison Blotter

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents:

BURGLARY: On Oct. 1, Deputy Josh Smith met with a Wesley Chapel Road woman, who reported someone entered her garage and home. There was no sign of a forced entry into the house.

BURGLARY: On Oct. 1, Deputy Josh Smith was dispatched to a home on Jason Drive, Hull, where a woman said she was taking a walk on the previous day and sat on the roadside because her leg began hurting. The woman said a woman and man approached and offered her a ride home.

They took her home, then left. The woman said she took a few shots of alcohol and some Klonopin and that while she was asleep, she believed the couple came back and rummaged through her home and stole $2,000 cash.

The deputy could not find any evidence of a forced entry to the home.

BURGLARY: On Oct. 1, Deputy Michael Moore was patrolling on Shoal Creek Road when he noticed the door to a shop damaged on the property where a home is vacant. Moore checked and found the door had been kicked in and he found four-wheel vehicle tracks in the grass.

BURGLARY: On Oct. 2, Deputy Michael Moore was dispatched to Carlton City Hall in Carlton, where the city’s clerk found a clothes hanger on the floor just inside the door. She then checked a drop box, where people leave money and found it had also been broken into.

911 INTERFERENCE: On Oct. 2, Deputy Michael Moore was dispatched to Rogers Church Road, where a call came in that a woman was standing in a yard yelling for help.

Investigator Scott Pulliam and Lt. Jimmy Patton also responded and spoke with Scott Wood, who had been arguing with the woman, who later told deputies that Wood took her phone to prevent her from calling 911. Wood, 28, of Allen Road, Commerce, was charged with interference with a 911 call.

MOWER TAKEN: On Oct. 2, Deputy Josh Fowler was dispatched to a home on the 8000 block of Georgia Highway 106, where a man said someone stole his Snapper riding lawn mower, which he had parked behind his home.

XANAX STOLEN: On Oct. 3, a Hull woman reported that a man who lives on Jason Drive came to her home with a bottle of vodka. After getting her drunk, she said the man stole her bottle of Xanax.

TRAILER MISSING: On Oct. 3, a resident of the 3000 block of Georgia Highway 98 East reported the theft of a 2011 utility trailer parked in his yard.

BURGLARY: On Oct. 3, a resident of Diamond Hill Mobile Home Park on U.S. Highway 29, Hull, reported someone entered his home and stole two prescription medications, along with a set of Crown Royal glasses, a razor and food stamps.

THEFT: On Oct. 3, an employee of Ingles in Hull reported two men stole steaks from the meat counter by placing the meat in their pants. They were last seen fleeing in a black Ford Ranger pickup.

HARASSMENT: On Oct. 4, a resident of Joe Graham Road reported she has been receiving harassing text messages and voice mails from her landlord. The messages are making her feel uncomfortable.

DISORDERLY MAN: On Oct. 5, Deputy Brandon Hanley was dispatched to a fight at the Huddle House in Danielsville between a man and woman. Danielsville police were investigating the fight, but Stacey Duffell got involved in an argument with the man and his wife.

Hanley told Duffell, who smelled of alcohol, to stop arguing and he was removed from the area. Later, Duffell came back and began threatening people. Again he was told to leave, but he took an aggressive stance and told the deputy, “I’m grown and you’re not gonna (expletive) talk to me like a dog.”

Duffell, 43, was taken to jail on a charge of public drunkenness.

IPAD STOLEN: On Oct. 5, a teacher at Madison County High School reported someone stole an iPad during her fourth period class. A protective cover for the iPad was later found in a restroom. Several students have been interviewed.

GUNS SEIZED: On Oct. 5, Investigator Scott Pulliam and deputies went to a home on Colbert Smithsonia Road to execute a search warrant at the home of James A. Young.

The house was searched and deputies seized 29 firearms, a bag of marijuana, several bags of methamphetamine, smoking pipes, digital scales, Crown Royal bags with coins, a large box of ammunition, and two envelopes containing $7,500 cash.

Young, 61, was charged with possession of the drugs and receiving stolen property, while Bryan A. Kidd, 35, who was also at the residence, was charged with possession of drugs and a parole violation.

GUNS STOLEN: On Oct. 5, Deputy Bradley Free met with a Shiloh Ford Lamar Road resident, who said three guns were stolen from his father about three weeks earlier.

BURGLARY: On Oct. 5, Deputy Brandon Moss was dispatched to Meadow Baptist Church on Georgia Highway 191, where someone entered the church through a back window and stole several items.

MOWER TAKEN: On Oct. 6, a deputy was dispatched to Willis Glenn Road, where a man said he had chained his lawn mower to a dog pen, but someone cut the chain and stole the mower.

BURGLARY: On Oct. 6, Deputy Bradley Free was dispatched to Sherwood Circle, Danielsville, where a man said someone broke into his storage building and stole a lawn mower.

STOLEN FORD: On Oct. 6, Deputy Bradley Free was dispatched to a shop the 7000 block of U.S. Highway 29, Hull, where a Ford Explorer, stolen in Clarke County, was found. A man had driven the vehicle to the shop and was trying to sell it.

Athens-Clarke police were notified.

PROWLER: On Oct. 7, Deputy Justin Hanley was dispatched to a home on Cowart Toole Road south of Ila, where a woman said she was inside when she heard her dogs barking. She went outside and saw the door to her vehicle partially open and the face plate removed from her CD player.