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Incident Report

The following is the Madison Police Department Incident Report from Nov. 17- Nov 22.

 

Nov. 17

  • Theft of services, fourth degree from the 8000 block of Madison Boulevard.
  • Theft, first degree from the 200 block of Celtic Drive.
  • Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft, second degree from the 7000 block of Highway 72 West.
  • Theft, first degree from the 3000 block of Sullivan Street.
  • Identity theft from the 100 block of Progress Lane.
  • Theft, third degree and identity theft from the 100 block of Castlewood Drive.
  • Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft, fourth degree from the 600 block of Balch Road.
  • Animals (vicious dog) from the 200 block of Kyser Boulevard.
  • Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft, fourth degree from the area of Mill Creek Greenway.
  • Criminal trespass, first degree from the 400 block of Oakland Road.
  • Animal bite from the 400 block of Oakland Road.
  • Auto theft, first degree from the 100 block of Hughes Road.
  • Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft, fourth degree from the area of Balch Road.
  • Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft, fourth degree from the area of Balch Road and Browns Ferry Road.
  • Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft, third degree from the 800 block of Mill Road.
  • Theft, fourth degree from the 8000 block of Madison Boulevard.
  • Criminal mischief, third degree from the 400 block of Lanier Road.


Nov. 18

  • Domestic violence, third degree (simple assault, family) from the 200 block of De Jan Road.
  • Criminal mischief, second degree from the 8000 block of Madison Boulevard.
  • Leaving the scene of an accident from the 200 block of Hughes Road.
  • Criminal mischief, second degree from the 500 block of Nance Road.

Nov. 19

  • Identity theft and driving under the influence from the area of Arnett Street and Church Street.
  • Theft, first degree from the 100 block of Belle Ridge Drive.
  • Criminal mischief, third degree from the 1000 block of Woodbine Road.
  • Domestic violence, third degree and trespass, third degree from the 200 block of De Jan Road.
  • Theft, fourth degree from the 7000 block of Highway 72 West.
  • Interference with a domestic violence emergency call, domestic violence, third degree (harassment, family), and criminal mischief, third degree from the 100 block of Tumbleweed Drive.

Nov. 20

  • Theft, third degree from the 600 block of Hughes Road.
  • Burglary, third degree, criminal mischief, first degree and arson, third degree from the 100 block of Shelton Road.
  • Criminal trespassing, third degree from the 100 block of Shelton Road.
  • Identity theft from the 200 block of Gaston Drive.

Nov. 21

  • Recovery of a stolen vehicle (out of jurisdiction) from the 100 block of Abby Lane.
  • Criminal mischief, third degree from the 100 block of Shelton Road.
  • Criminal mischief, third degree from the 2000 block of Flagstone Drive.
  • Possession of a forged instrument, third degree from the 8000 block of Madison Boulevard.
  • Domestic violence, third degree (harassment, family) from the 100 block of Westscott Drive.
  • Criminal trespass, third degree from the 2000 block of Flagstone Drive.

Nov. 22

  • Criminal trespass, third degree from the 100 block of Michael Avenue.
  • Domestic violence, third degree (harassment, family) from the 100 block of Shelton Road.
  • Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft, third degree from the 100 block of Park Square Lane.
  • Theft, first degree from the 300 block of Red Oak Road.

 

 

 

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