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For the Record

By Staff
* Police Arrest Report * Fire Summary Report * Building Permits
Police Arrest Report
The Madison Police Department reported the following arrests between June 16 and June 22. * Altering Identification (felony charge) and Carrying a Concealed Weapon – 1 * Assault – 2 (one was a felony charge) * Domestic Violence – 1 * Driving Under the Influence – 2; DUI, Driving on Wrong Side of Road, Criminal Mischief and Resisting Arrest – 1 * Failure to Appear – 3 * Failure to Pay – 1 * Forgery (felony charge) and Giving False Information – 1 * Harassment – 1 * Jumping Bail – 1 * Possession of a Controlled Substance (felony charge), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Public Intoxication – 1 * Theft of Property – 1 * Violation of Probation – 3
Fire Summary Report
The Madison Fire Department reported 42 incidents between June 16 and June 22. * Air-Gas Rupture – 1 * Ambulance Assist – 11 * Emergency Medical Call – 12 * Good Intent Call – 3 * Rescue Call – 7 * Situation Found Not Classified – 1 * Smoke/Odor Removal – 1 * System Malfunction – 3 * Unintentional False Call – 3
Building Permits
The Madison Community Development Department issued 24 commercial and residential building permits between June 16 and June 22 for a total of $6,355.44. * 8621 Madison Boulevard – Commercial – $695 * 147 Antique Rose Drive – Residential – $355.14 * 122 Horseshoe Bend – Residential – $265.81 * 126 Horseshoe Bend – Residential – $256.96 * 149 Antique Rose – Residential – $265.81 * 110 Grand Cove Place – Residential – $476.33 * 104 Kensington Drive – Residential – $32.16 * 1231, 1233 Cathedral – Residential – $630.88 * 1251-1254 Cathedral – Residential – $1,261.77 * 105 Buttercup Lane – Residential – $26.75 * 111 Grand Cove Place – Residential – $488.86 * 113 Tottenham Way – Residential – $296.31 * 373 Carter Road – Residential – $48 * 139 Harpers Hop Drive – Residential – $5 * 283 Old Overton Drive – Residential – $314.51 * 103 Lansdowne Drive – Residential – $32.48 * 120 Madison Point – Residential – $70.31 * 106 Ben Franklin Circle – Residential – $5 * 102 Bay Pointe Landing – Residential – $5.60 * 209 Bellingham Drive – Residential – $349.64 * 1230 Browns Ferry Road – Residential – $96 * 110 Royal Drive – Residential – $12.09 * 930 Highland Circle – Residential – $64
There were 19 electrical permits issued for a total of $526.40. There were five gas permits issued for a total of $32.50. There were three home occupation permits issued for a total of $75. There were six mechanical permits issued for a total of $296. There were three miscellaneous permits issued for $17. There were 24 plumbing permits issued for a total of $1,259. One sign permit was issued for $25 and four swimming pool permits were issued for a total of $100.
The grand total for all permits issued between June 16 and June 22 was 89, for a total of $8,686.34.

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