Chad Lewis, 29, of Keri Ann Drive, was arrested Friday for falsely claiming to have been robbed and disorderly conduct.
Officers who responded to the reported robbery call at approximately 1 p.m. found Lewis at his residence with blood on his face and appearing to be under the influence of intoxicants, the police report stated.
Lewis claimed that two men had robbed him at gunpoint, but the police report said that the follow-up investigation identified several witnesses who reported that Lewis had actually intruded on the property of another individual, causing an altercation.
Once officers determined that Lewis had falsely reported the robbery and began issuing him a citation, Lewis became unruly and had to be arrested, the report said.
Lewis was lodged in the Madison County Detention Center.
Two businesses in Southern Hills Plaza were reportedly broken into overnight Saturday, but burglars only found a small amount of money according to a police report.
The Cain Pole owner found the front door glass of the business had been broken and called police. Less than $40 was found missing, a police report stated.
Wise Buys also was unlawfully entered by breaking the front door glass. Nothing was stolen from the store, the report stated.
Jeremiah J. Bailey, 31, of Danielle Court, was arrested Friday and charged with bail jumping. After failing to appear for his arraignment at the end of April, Bailey had been issued a warrant since May 21.
On March 22, police arrested Bailey for ten counts of second degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. He was released three days later on a $3,500 unsecured bail bond, the police report stated.