A Warrenton woman was arrested recently after she allegedly went to her mother’s house and created a scene.
Sherry Lushue Willingham, 36, was charged with one count of criminal trespass.
According to the incident report, officer David Kidd went to Rose Hill Drive regarding a fight. He spoke with Willingham’s mother, who said her daughter came to her house, intoxicated, and wanted to take her child with her. The mother said she refused to let Willingham take the child because she was drinking and she feared for her grandchild’s safety. Willingham allegedly became enraged and knocked a hole in the wall of the living room with her fist. During the tirade, Willingham’s wig fell off and was left lying near the door. She left before Kidd arrived, but called back to the house while he was there.
She told him was not drinking and that she did not damage the wall; she just wanted her child and thought Kidd should assist her in getting the child.
Willingham agreed to come back to the residence and showed up as a passenger in her sister’s car.
The sister had not been drinking and was also willing to care for the child, Kidd noted, though Willingham had obviously been drinking and appeared to be intoxicated. Willingham’s mother said she wanted to press charges against her daughter for the damages to her wall. Willingham was taken to jail.
In another arrest, two people were arrested last week after an altercation at their family home near Danielsville.
A woman, Terry Lynn Mosley, 40, of Comer, was charged with criminal damage to property in the second degree, aggravated assault, impersonating a police officer or employee and battery FVA.
David Lane Goodman, 46, of Comer, was charged with battery.
Other arrests on file in Madison County included:
•Patrice Leann Dillard, 32, of Hull, was charged with one count of simple assault FVA after she allegedly “smacked” her boyfriend in the face.
•Brandon Wayne Booth, 21, Elberton, probation violation.