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Madison Police Incident Report Jan. 10-16

Incident Report

The following is the Madison Police Department Incident Report from Jan. 10-16:

 

                                                                        Jan. 10

  • Driving under the influence (any substance) from the 5000 block of Wall Triana Highway.
  • Driving under the influence (alcohol) from the 5000 block of Wall Triana Highway.
  • Transmitting obscene material to a child by computer from the 8000 block of Madison Boulevard.
  • Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the 100 block of Michael Avenue.
  • Menacing from the 4000 block of Wall Triana Highway.
  • Theft of lost property, fourth degree, from the 300 block of Gillespie Road.
  • Theft, fourth degree, from the 8000 block of Highway 72 West.
  • Domestic violence (menacing, knife), third degree, and domestic violence (harassment, family), third degree, from the 100 block of Middlewich Drive.
  • Robbery (street, strong arm) from the 8000 block of Highway 72 West.
  • Theft, third degree, from the 8000 block of Highway 72 West.

 

Jan. 11

  • False report on incident from the 4000 block of Wall Triana Highway.
  • Burglary, third degree, from the 500 block of Town Madison Boulevard.
  • Theft, fourth degree, from the 8000 block of Madison Boulevard.
  • Domestic violence (harassment, family), third degree, from the 300 block of Red Oak Road.
  • Duty upon striking a fixed object from the 100 block of Healey Drive.

 

Jan. 12

  • Public intoxication from the 100 block of Arlington Drive.
  • Driving under the influence (alcohol) from the area of County Line Road and Crownridge Drive.
  • Theft, first degree, from the 100 block of Joe Phillips Road.

 

Jan. 13

  • Theft, first degree, and burglary (business), third degree, from the 20000 block of Hardiman Road.
  • Burglary, third degree, and theft, second degree, from the 20000 block of Hardiman Road.
  • Criminal mischief, second degree, from the 8000 block of Madison Boulevard.
  • Child abuse from the 600 block of Hughes Road.
  • Identity theft from the 200 block of Grantham Circle.
  • Child abuse from the 1000 block of Hughes Road.
  • Identity theft from the 100 block of Daffodil Circle.
  • Criminal littering from the 200 block of Waters Edge Lane.

 

Jan. 14

  • Duty upon striking a fixed object from the area of I-565.
  • Theft of lost property, fourth degree, from the 600 block of Hughes Road.
  • Theft, first degree, from the 100 block of Cedar Farms.
  • Identity theft from the 7000 block of Old Madison Pike.
  • Harassment from the 100 block of College Street.
  • Domestic violence (harassment, family), third degree, from the 100 block of Briargate Lane.

 

Jan. 15

  • Theft, first degree, and forgery, third degree, from the 100 block of Bridgehouse Drive.
  • Theft, third degree, and illegal possession and use of credit card from the 100 block of Park Square Lane.
  • Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft, third degree, from the 9000 block of Madison Boulevard.
  • Theft, third degree, from the 8000 block of Madison Boulevard.
  • Attempting to flee or elude police officer and duty to give information to render aid from the area of I-565.
  • Theft, third degree, and illegal possession and use of credit card from the 200 block of Water Hill Road.
  • Theft, third degree, from the 4000 block of Wall Triana Highway.
  • Failure to redeliver hired vehicle (services of written demand) from the 9000 block of Madison Boulevard.

 

Jan. 16

  • Domestic violence (simple assault, family) from the 100 block of Willena Drive.
  • Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft, third degree, from the 100 block of Indian Crest Drive.
  • Burglary, third degree, and theft, third degree, from the 100 block of Bowdock Drive.
  • Theft, first degree, and burglary, third degree, from the 100 block of Bowdock Drive.
  • Dissemination of obscene material from the 600 block of Hughes Road.
  • Theft, fourth degree, from the 1000 block of Hughes Road.
  • Theft, first degree, from the 100 block of Welbury Court.
  • Selling cigarettes to minors from the 8000 block of Old Madison Pike.
  • Theft, fourth degree, from the 8000 block of Madison Boulevard.
  • Identity theft and theft, fourth degree, from the 200 block of Coral Court.
  • Domestic violence (harassment, family), third degree, from the 1000 block of Slaughter Road.
  • Unauthorized use of vehicle, theft, third degree, and interference with a domestic violence emergency call from the 800 block of Nolan Boulevard.
  • Domestic violence (harassing communications) from the 200 block of Bellavilla Way.

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