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Police Arrest Report Building Permits
The Madison Police Department reported the following arrests between May 23 and June 1. * Assualt – 1 (felony) * Driving Under the Influence – 7 (one was driving on the wrong side of the road) * Domestic Violence – 1 * Failure to Appear – 3 * Forgery and Giving False Info to Avoid Prosecution – 1 (felony) * Jumping Bail – 3 * Illegal Possession of a Credit Card – 1 (juvenile) * Minor in Consumption of Alcohol – 1 (juvenile) * Obstruction of Justice and Using False ID – 1 (felony) * Possession of a Forged Instrument – 1 (felony) * Possession of a Controlled Substance – 1 (felony) * Possession of Marijuana – 4 * Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – 3, 1 juvenile * Public Drunkenness – 2 * Theft of Property and Receiving Stolen Property – 1 (felony) * Violation of Probation – 3
Building Permits The Madison Community Development Department issued 31 commercial and residential building permits between May 23 and June 1 for a total of $7,010.26. * 9585 Madison Boulevard – Commercial – $60 * 108 Brickstone Place – Residential – $362.88 * 475 Highland Drive – Residential – $60.90 * 109 Chatam Circle – Residential – $23.04 * 525 Thoreau Spring – Residential – $423.56 * 112 Forest Pointe – Residential – $308.73 * 301 Loch Lomond Drive – Residential – $409.27 * 106 Durham Drive – Residential – $15.36 * 109 Scenic Drive – Residential – $30.50 * 142 Patra Drive – Residential – $23.04 * 204 Tweed Drive – Residential – $367.84 * 129 Crownridge Drive – Residential – $341.54 * 157 Joe Phillips Road – Residential – $321.42 * 306 Honor Way – Residential – $301.39 * 304 Honor Way – Residential – $321.98 * 120 Clover Ridge Drive – Residential – $226.63 * 305 Greenstone Drive – Residential – $265.81 * 108 Bay Pointe Lane – Residential – $355.14 * 118 Bay Pointe Lane – Residential – $355.14 * 113 Bay Pointe Lane – Residential – $355.14 * 106 Bay Pointe Lane – Residential – $265.81 * 104 Oriley Court – Residential – $282.20 * 111 Bay Pointe Lane – Residential — $306.62 * 142 Honor Way – Residential – $272.42 * 150 Honor Way – Residential – $299.42 * 205 Honor Way – Residential – $232.43 * 135 Honor Way – Residential – $262.68 * 135 Mountainview Lane – Residential – $43.50 * 791 Seina Vista Drive – Residential – $12.15 * 515 Brenda Drive – Residential – $83.84 * 515 Brenda Lane – Residential – $20.24
There were 29 electrical permits issued for a total of $746.80. There were 17 gas permits issued for a total of $188.50. There were three home occupation permits issued for a total of $112.50. There were 15 mechanical permits issued for a total of $342. There was one miscellaneous permit issued for a total of $2.30. There were 16 plumbing permits issued for a total of $970. One permit was issued for a swimming pool at $25. There were five permits issued for signs totaling $167.50.
The grand total for all permits issued between May 23 and June 1 was 118 for $9,564.86.

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