On Dec. 29 a recovered auto report was field at an Atlanta Highway location. According to reports, a man who purchased property at the location in July reported that he recently located a stripped down Toyota Camry or Corolla on the property. Reports state that vehicle has no doors, center console, radio or other interior parts. Vehicle identification numbers had been scratched out or removed.On Dec. 29 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Shepherd Road residence. According to reports, a man said someone took a package of 1,000 rounds of 9mm ammunition. The man said the package had been delivered by UPS and UPS verified that the package, along with others, was dropped inside the man’s gate.On Dec. 29 Deyondra White, 19, Madison was arrested and charged with battery. According to reports, officers were dispatched to a domestic complaint call at a James Street, Rutledge residence. Upon arrival, a woman alleged that White had struck her in the face and attempted to snatch her purse. She also alleged that White took her 2013 Ford Explorer without her permission. Reports state that White was arrested by a Madison Police Department officer inside the city limits of Madison.On Dec. 28 a dumping dead animals complaint was feel at a Jordon Road location. According to reports, a man alleged that on at least two occasions someone had been dropping dead catfish near the intersection of Bethany Road and Jordan Road. The man alleged that after time, the fish produce an unpleasant smell for residents on Jordan Road. An officer noted that there were several large, filleted catfish at the location along with ice, a light bulb and blades form an electric knife. The complainant believes someone coming from Lake Oconee is dumping the fish.On Dec. 23 a financial card fraud complaint was filed at the Morgan County Public Safety Center, Monticello Road. According to reports, a Newborn woman alleged that between Dec. 14 and Dec. 19 someone had used her United Bank debit card to withdraw “thousands” from the complainant’s checking account. The woman suspects she dropped the card at some point and did not realize it was missing until she noticed the charges. Charges began in Macon and, she said, included online purchases from both Walmart and Amazon.On Dec. 23 an information report was filed at a Cedar Grove Road residence. According to reports, a man alleged that another man in a grey Nissan pickup truck backed into the complainant’s Isuzu pickup truck. Reports state that the complainant said the man driving the Nissan pleaded to not involve law enforcement in the incident because the suspect allegedly had a suspended license and no insurance on the vehicle. The complainant said the indigent occurred on Dec. 20 but he waited to report it to law enforcement because the man had agreed to pay for the damages. However, the complainant said, attempts to reach the man regarding payment had been unsuccessful. The Nissan remained at the scene, reports state. The complainant now feels like the man will not pay him. A deputy ran the suspects information and learned that his license had been suspended but the Nissan was insured.On Dec. 23 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Perryman Road, Buckhead location. According to reports, a woman alleged that she has had recent problems with and ex-husband repeatedly driving by her residence. The woman said when she was in her laundry room at 10:15 p.m. she noticed a note on the cupboard above her laundry appliances that read “I’m home sick for you.” The woman said the note was written in green ink. A deputy found a green marker in the laundry room. The deputy left and went to the ex-husband’s current address and was told by a person at the house that the husband had been jailed in Baldwin County. The deputy learned, reports state, that the husband had been arrested earlier that day on an outstanding warrant.