Two Men Arrested On Various Charges By Madison Police

Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 8:55 AM

By John I Wallace Madison Police Chief

Residential Entry, Driving on Suspended License


Early Monday Morning , @ approximately 4:42 AM Madison Police responded to a residence in the 100 block of E. Main Street reference residential entry.  The resident advised officers that he awoke to an unknown male inside his residence.  The homeowner stated a physical altercation between himself and the assailant occured, at which time the assailant fled the residence.   A description was obtained and officers conducted a sweep of the area. 

A short time later, Madison Police Sr. Patrolman Aaron Watson located a male fitting the description on 3rd Street.  Confirmation was received, that the subject Officer Watson had located, was indeed the one who unlawfully entered the E. Main Street residence.  

The male was taken into custody and identified as Alex T. W. Simpson 26, Dupont, Indiana.   The subsequent search of Simpson's person found him to be in possession of methamphetamine.  Simpson was transported to the Jefferson County Jail, where he faces preliminary alleged charges of residential entry L-6 felony and possession of methamphetamine L-6 felony.  

Patrolman Curtis Shelpman led the investigation with the assistance of Officer's Watson and Josh Nolan.  Alex Simpson has the presumption of innocence until otherwise proven guilty.  


Monday Night, at approximately 6:30 PM Madison Police arrested Timothy E. Hancock 38, Commiskey, Indiana, on drug charges.

Patrolman Cameron Blankenship executed a traffic stop in the 500 block of Of Clifty Drive, on a vehicle in which Hancock was operating.   Hancock was found to be operating the vehicle without a valid Indiana Driver's License, and on false vehicle registration.   

The subsequent search found Hancock to be in possession of methamphetamine L-6 felony and paraphernalia associated with the use of narcotics a class A misdemeanor. 

Timothy Hancock has the presumption of innocence until otherwise proven guilty.  Blankenship was assisted with the investigation by Patrol Officer Nichole Midgett. 


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