Several altercations were reported at Madison County High School and Madison County Middle School recently.
•A female freshman academy student was charged with simple battery and disrupting public school after she allegedly attacked another student and was filmed on a cell phone by another student.
•A middle school student was charged with simple battery and disrupting public school after she allegedly struck a high school student and pulled out a chunk of her hair on a school bus. Several other students were involved in the altercation.
•A high school student was charged with disrupting public school and simple battery after she allegedly attacked an ex-boyfriend striking him several times as a teacher tried to separate them.
•Two high school students were charged with disrupting public school and simple battery after they got into a fight at school. According to the incident report, this was a follow up from a Facebook exchange of words between the two females.
Other incidents on file at the sheriff’s office recently included:
•A middle school student reportedly brought beer to school in two different containers to impress a boy. She said she stole the alcohol from her house.
•A woman on Hwy. 191 reported that her ex-husband continues to yell at her and threaten to take their child away from her.
•A man on Lola Street reported that someone removed items from foreclosed property including the a/c unit, stove, dishwasher, kitchen faucet, light fixtures, wiring and microwave hood.
•A woman on Fowler Freeman Lane reported that someone came into her home while she was there. She said people have broken into her home on several other occasions.
•A man on Madison Boulevard reported that a man he knows yelled obscenities at him while pumping gas at the Quick Pick in Colbert. He said he also threatened to kill him. He said the man has threatened him in the past.
•Suicide attempts were reported on Old Elberton Road, Diamond Hill Mobile Home Park, Collins Bridges Road and Young Harris Road.
•A woman on Garnett Ward Road reported that she has been receiving threatening text messages and calls from her ex-boyfriend. She said he had recently gotten out of jail and was threatening to harm her.
•A woman on Diamond Hill Neese Road reported that a man took her car to get the tire fixed and never brought it back. She said he had called her several times telling her he was sick and in the hospital and her car was parked outside. She drove through the parking lots of the various hospitals and could not find her car. He told her that day he would be there with her car in about “30 minutes” but he never showed up.
•A man on Rocky Branch Hollow Road who just got out of jail accused his wife of picking up his prescription muscle relaxers and selling them on the street. The wife said she picked them up and flushed them because she doesn’t want him to take them due to his addiction. She also refused to give him his back brace, according to the report.
•Harassing phone calls were reported on Stone Mill Run last week after a woman said her ex-boyfriend, who is a married man, is harassing her by phone and continuing to want to see her. She said his wife found out about the affair and told his employer, who allegedly made him sign a statement he would not continue the affair. She said he continues to contact her and had called her grandmother that day. The man told officer Jason Luke he wouldn’t contact her anymore and that he had not called her grandmother.
•A man was reported missing from the House of Angels in Danielsville. The caretaker said he was given pocket money to buy cigarettes but did not return. Officer Gary Floyd located a witness who said he saw someone matching the man’s description who was looking for a ride to Athens. The caretaker said the man was moving to Athens that week and had had his medication for bi-polar and schizophrenia and that she didn’t feel he was a danger to himself or anyone else. He was listed as missing.