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The Madison Record

For the Record

By Staff
Police Arrest Report The Madison Police Department reported the following arrests between May 5 and May 11, 2003. * Criminal Trespassing – 1 * Disorderly Conduct – 2 (1 juvenile) * Driving Under the Influence – 6 * Failure to Appear – 5 * Failure to Pay – 3 * Giving False Info – 1 * Harassment – 1 * Minor in Possession of Alcohol – 2 * Juvenile Runaway – 1 * Jumping Bail – 2 * Possession of a Controlled Substance – 1 (juvenile) * Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – 1 * Possession of Marijuana – 3 * Public Drunkenness – 1 * Resisting Arrest – 1 * Sodomy and Sexual Abuse – 2Around Madison items appear in the Madison County Record each Wednesday, as space is available. If you have an item of community interest, you may e-mail it to mitch.freeman@themadisonrecord.com, fax it to 772-6655, call us at 772-6677 or bring it to our offices at 151-B Hughes Road. The deadline for Wednesday publication is at 9 a.m. Friday. (2 counts for each arrest; felony) * Theft of Property – 1 (felony arrest) * Violation of Probation – 1
Fire Summary Report The Madison Fire Department reported 41 incidents between May 5 and May 11. * Ambulance Assist – 14 * Lock In – 1 * Malicious/Mischievous False Call – 1 * Power Line Down – 2 * Rescue Call – 11 * Service Call – 1 * Structure Fire – 1 * System Malfunction – 1
Building Permits The Madison Community Development Department issued 15 commercial and residential building permits between May 5 and May 11 for a total of $4,048.81. * 102 Beerli Drive – Residential – $481.93 * 112 Alisha Circle – Residential – $472.26 * 107 Wesly Clark Blvd. – Residential – $515.66 * 104 Wesley Clark Blvd. – Residential – $497.89 * 500 Highland Drive – Residential – $244 * 114 Church Street – Residential – $22.30 * 137 Lakeshore Drive – Residential – $478.88 * 154 Mose Chapel Road – Residential – $8.96 * 114 Averbeck Court – Residential – $285.88 * 119 Averbeck Court – Residential – $274.96 * 207 Bellingham Drive – Residential – $351.34 * 234 Prairie Drive – Residential – $7.50 * 110 Hidden Springs – Residential – $99.35 * 218 Honor Way – Residential – $288.99 * 136 Brass Oak Drive – Residential -$19
There were 23 electrical permits issued for a total of $597.20. There were five gas permits issued for a total of $52.50. There were five home occupation permits issued for a total of $157.50. There were four mechanical permits issued for a total of $78. There was one miscellaneous permit issued for $1.40. There were eight plumbing permits issued for a total of $508. One map permit was issued for $10. One permit was issued for a swimming pool for $25.
The grand total for all permits issued between May 5 and May 11 was 63 for $5,478.41.

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