A Danielsville man was charged with family violence following a E-911 hang-up call.
Kendall Jean Anglin, 39, was charged with one count of battery FVA.
On Oct. 4, Sgt. Klint Segars went to Hickory Hill Road regarding the hang-up and spoke with Anglin, who said that he was listening to music on his computer when his nephew turned up the TV in his room and they began to argue over that.
Segars noted that Anglin appeared to be intoxicated. Segars asked him how much alcohol he consumed and he said “nine beers.” Segars also noticed that Anglin had blood on his shirt, but noted that he did not appear to be injured. Segars then spoke to an older nephew, who said that Anglin had been drinking and arguing with his brother, a minor, over the TV.
He said his girlfriend was also there and was trying to calm things down and Anglin began to push up against her to try and get to the nephew.
Anglin continued and the older nephew pushed him away from his girlfriend. Anglin then pushed him into a stationary bicycle that was sitting on the front porch and he fell on the bicycle causing a laceration to his left forearm and scratches on his left side.
Anglin did state that the younger nephew had pulled a shotgun on him after the altercation. Segars asked the boy about this and he said that he did have a shotgun in his room. He said that he didn’t point it at Anglin but did grab it when Anglin came into his room. He said that he was afraid of Anglin.
Anglin was placed under arrest for battery and taken to the Madison County Detention Center for processing.
In another arrest, battery was reported after a E-911 hang-up on Woodale Street in Hull. On Sunday, Oct. 6, about 4:45 a.m. Sgt. David Kidd went to Woodale Street regarding a E-911 hang-up. When he arrived he met with a man who told him that his wife had called E-911 because they were arguing. While speaking with him Kidd noticed that he had scratches to his forehead, right cheek, and left lip. He told Kidd that his wife had been drinking at a friend`s house and when she came home they began to argue. Kidd then went into the house and located the wife in a back bedroom with her children. According to the report, she said in very broken English that her husband had pushed her and grabbed her by her hair and shook her. She said he then pushed her down on the bed. Her lower leg struck the bed rail causing injury. She also had bruising and swelling to her lower right arm where he had grabbed her. Both parties said that the children were in the other end of the house and did not see what had happened. Kidd took photos of the injuries and attached them to the report.
Carlos Ramirez Perez, 27, Hull, was charged with battery FVA.
Other incidents on file at the sheriff’s office this week included:
•Sgt. David Kidd met with a man at a home on Hwy. 172 on Sept. 30 about an assault that he said happened about eight hours earlier.
He said an elderly neighbor had pulled a handgun on him during an argument about a dump truck. He said that he and his brother loaned this neighbor a dump truck about a year ago. He said he went to get the truck and the neighbor watched him crank it. When he got ready to leave, the neighbor reportedly stopped him and began cursing at him.
He said the neighbor was upset because he (the neighbor) had put two new batteries in the truck and had plans to use it. He said the neighbor told him to never set foot on the place again.
Later, as the man was putting the batteries in the back of his truck to take back to his elderly neighbor, the neighbor drove up and an argument began. At some point, the neighbor allegedly pointed a gun at him and threatened to kill him. He said he did not want the neighbor arrested, he just wanted the incident documented in case anything else happened.
•A teacher at the middle school reported to the resource officer that a student was in possession of an illegal substance.
When Officer Jeff Vaughn asked the boy about it, he noted that he was shaking. The boy reached in his book bag and pulled out a small plastic baggie containing marijuana.
The boy said he was told to bring the marijuana to an eighth grade student. This student’s parents were notified. The boy said he got the weed from a man who lives with his family.
•Assault was reported on Jot-Em-Down Road. Officer Tracy Rucker went the sheriff’s office to meet with a woman who said a man she knows had pushed her off a porch. She said the incident happened during an argument over a playhouse being built for her grandchildren.
•Criminal trespass was reported on Oakview Lane. Officer Klint Segars went to the residence and met with a woman who said her ex-husband was at her home when she returned that day. She said he was in the garage getting a tool that he had asked her about.
She said that he became irate when she asked him what he was doing. He started using profane language toward her in front of her three children and she told him to leave. She said he would get in his car and start to leave and then get back out of the car, cursing her. She said this happened three times before he finally left. She said she had just recently dismissed a TPO against him.
•Disrupting public school and affray (fighting) were reported at the freshman academy last week. Lt. Mark Jerome met with the assistant principal about two girls fighting.
One girl reportedly struck another, who began to fight her back. Both juveniles were released to their guardians and school administrators told the guardians that juvenile charges have been filed and juvenile court will contact with a court date.
•School resource officer Mark Jerome met with the Colbert Elementary principal about a male student who struck and kicked a parapro in a classroom. According to the report, the child was leaving a classroom and the parapro stood in front of him to prevent this. The student allegedly became irate and started yelling when told to return to his seat. He then began to hit and kick the parapro. He allegedly threw a desk at another student earlier in the day.
•Officer Larry MacKay was dispatched to Forest Avenue in Comer last week when a woman called 9-1-1 to report her dogs barking at something in her backyard. She said back and told dispatch one of them was yelping as if in pain. When MacKay arrived he spotted a raccoon that was acting very odd, staggering and disoriented. He shot the raccoon and collected it in a plastic bag. He advised the woman to report the incident to her veterinarian.
•Officer Kyle Roberts was sent to Hardees in Danielsville last week after someone reportedly found a briefcase full of counterfeit money. A man there said he was smoking in the back parking lot when he saw a green brief case lying in the bushes near Rite Aid. He picked it up and took it inside and opened it, then called 9-1-1 when he realized the money was counterfeit.
•Forgery was reported by a woman at First Madison Bank in Colbert. The woman said she was trying to sell a dog on Craigslist, when a man contacted her wanting to buy the dog. He sent her a check for $1,980 and asked her to cash the check and keep the $400 for the dog and send the remainder back to him. The woman placed a 10-day hold on the check. The bank later told her the check was no good and to make a police report.
•A middle school student was charged with disrupting public school after he allegedly walked by one of his teachers and told him if he says “one word to him” he was “punching him in the face.”
The boy was sent home for the threats on a teacher and a juvenile charge was filed for disrupting public school.
•Warrants have been issued for two people after a Governor’s Task Force helicopter and two ground agents found several marijuana plants at a residence on Della Slaton Road last week. Eleven plants were allegedly found in a burn pile to the side of the home. An immediate attempt to make contact with the homeowners was not successful.
•Burglary was reported on Lem Edwards Road last week. Officer Larry MacKay met with the homeowner who said when he came home his porch light was on and when he went inside the house he noticed that a heater that normally set on a stand had been knocked from its position. He then began looking around and noticed that he had several guitars and firearms missing from the residence. Five guitars were stolen; a Martin E18 guitar natural wood color, a red Fender Stratocaster, a black Gibson Dove, a red sunburst Fender Telecaster, and a red Gibson model 335. Also taken were three firearms, a Stevens 410 shotgun, a Remington 1100 shotgun, and a Remington Model 7 rifle with a Nikon Buckmaster scope and a camo sling attached.
Entry to the residence was made by removing a storm window and breaking the glass in a window in the bedroom. The storm window was propped back into position but not re-attached when entry was made.
•A man on Fifth Street reported that his trailer was stolen when he left it at a friend’s house while helping him move. He described the trailer as being made out of an old pop up camper. He said that it has red wire for a floor and a broken down dog kennel for sides. He said that the sides are held together with ratchet straps. He does not have a tag or a VIN plate on the trailer. He does not have any idea who could have taken the trailer.