On Dec. 31 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Holstein Road residence. According to reports, a man said someone had removed the 2018 red decal from his license tag.
On Dec. 31 a computer trespass complaint was filed at a Sweetbriar Trace residence. According to reports, a woman said someone had been accessing her credit card and email accounts. The woman said passwords to the accounts had been changing. She also said on Dec. 22 she contacted a company called Quentin Solutions to repair her computer. The complainant said she paid the company $250 to repair her computer but, she said, the problems continue.
On Dec. 30 an information report was filed at an Aqua Road residence. According to reports, a deputy received a phone call from a man who said he was concerned for the well being of a friend who lived on Aqua Road. Reports state that the caller said his friend had reported to him that the friend and a “buddy” had gotten into a fight with someone and had accidentally killed the person and placed the body in a dumpster. When officers arrived at the Aqua Road residence they were met by a man who reported that the subject was asleep. The man urged officers not to wake the man because the man would “…lose his (expletive) and we all will have to fight him.” There was blood on the floor were the man had cut himself prior to retiring for the night. Reports also state that the man allegedly consumed an entire bottle of Southern Comfort liquor.
On Dec. 30 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Pinetree Circle residence. According to reports, a woman said someone had thrown eggs on two of the vehicles parked at the residence.
On Dec. 29 an information report was filed at a Boones Bridge Road residence. According to reports, a woman said someone had used her checking account information to purchase a $436.91 Christmas tree from an online retailer.
On Dec. 28 a fraud complaint was filed at a Beaver Dam Road residence. According to reports, a man said someone had used his Social Security number to establish at least three different lines of credit from $293 to $1,500. The complainant said he had received three different letters addressing each account. The accounts are all under a woman’s name. The man said he had no knowledge of the woman.
On Dec. 28 a burglary complaint was filed at a Newborn Road, Rutledge residence. According to reports, a woman said when she returned home from work at 3:35 p.m. she noticed someone had trashed her house and thrown items all over the floor. The woman said the front door was open. She told officers that more than $4,000 worth of items were taken including jewelry, a Samsung television, a Dell computer and three firearms were taken.
On Dec. 27 a burglary complaint was filed at a Antioch Church Road residence. According to reports, a man said someone had entered his property and attempted to remove a four–wheeler he had parked next to the front steps of his residence. The man showed a deputy where the electronic ignition on the vehicle had been damaged. He also showed the deputy pry marks near the laundry door on the residence, although entry was not gained.
On Dec. 27 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Mallard Ridge Road residence. According to reports, a man said someone came onto his porch and removed a FedEx package. The man said the package contained a 14 piece truck cover set that he was going to use for his white Ford ranger truck. The man valued the package at $40. He also said he captured images of a white male in a burgundy Honda Pilot come onto his property and take the package. The complainant gave authorities pictures of the suspect and of the suspect’s vehicle.
On Dec. 25 a theft by taking complaint was filed at a Old Mill Road residence. According to reports, a woman said she rents a room in the house but is in the process of moving out because every time she leaves the residence her personal belongings are removed or she finds them around the house. She said recently she is missing a Dremel tool valued at $100 and a 12 or 16 piece set of Stanley line wrenches. A woman who owns the house said she instructed her juvenile son to enter the room through a partially opened window because she needed cleaning supplies from the room. She also said she was missing a JVC handheld video recorder ($250), a sim card and a Defiant phone ($130). Both women said every time a mutual female friend from Madison comes to the residence items are taken. While at the scene, one of the woman pointed out that there was a crowbar sitting on a chair next to a window of the residence. A man who lives in a barn next to the residence reported that the crowbar had been taken from his barn.
On Dec. 24 a possession of methamphetamine complaint was filed at Country Boy’s RV Park, Eatonton Road. According to reports, a man said while he was cleaning restrooms at the park he located a metal tin on top of a toilet water tank. Inside the tin, reports state, the man located a hot water bottle that contained a large piece of suspected methamphetamine. A deputy also located a burnt marijuana cigarette in the water bottle. An employee at the park said they had observed two men come to the restroom often the day prior and one man would stand outside the restroom while the other man would enter the restroom. The witness said this activity occurred all day long with each man trading positions.
On Dec. 23 a fraud complaint was filed at a Clack Road residence. According to reports, an elderly couple reported that they had received a phone call from a “Larry Davison” who told them they had won the Publisher’s Clearing House and needed to go to Wal Mart and get $750 in gift cards and transfer to a Mississippi Wal Mart. The couple did not go to Wal Mart, however, and instead contacted police. While a deputy was at the residence “Larry Davison” called. The deputy answered the phone, introduced himself and asked Davison where he was calling from. Davison allegedly said “… the sunny side of the beach” before hanging up the phone.
On Dec. 23 an attempted theft complaint was filed at Tractor Supply, Eatonton Road.
According to reports, a woman said that a white male wearing a grey beanie, sunglasses, white t-shirt and blue jeans and driving a black, 1980s model Ford Ranger truck attempted to steal a battery. The woman said the man’s image was captured on video surveillance.
The man attempted to take the battery as workers were unloading a truck.