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Police Reports for the week of January 19, 2011

The following are incident and offense reports from municipal police departments from Dec. 28-Jan. 13:

Alabaster

Jan. 4

-Identity theft from the 200 block of Chandler Lane.

-Information only from the 800 block of Independence Drive.

-Criminal mischief from the 40 block of Scottsdale Drive. Damaged was a mailbox with wooden stand in the amount of $200.

-Criminal trespass/criminal mischief from the 800 block of Barkley Drive. Damaged was a window in the amount of $200.

-Fraudulent use of a credit/debit card from the 1000 block of First Street South (service, gas station). Stolen was $16.

-Harassment from 612 Ninth Ave S.W.

-Harassment from 612 Ninth Ave. S.W.

-Burglary/theft of property from the 600 block of Park Forest Lane. Stolen were power tools valued at $450, leather riding gear valued at $450, a JVC camcorder valued at $850 and jewelry valued at $1,500.

-Information only from the 1200 block of First Avenue West.

-Harassing communications from the 800 block of Windsor Court.

-Theft of property from the 800 block of Third Street Northeast (other, unknown). Stolen were a woman’s wallet valued at $50, a Mutual Savings debit card, $35 in cash, a book of 20 U.S. postage stamps valued at $8.80 and a Lorch’s Jewelers gift card valued at $25.

Jan. 5

-Abandoned vehicle from Butler Road (government, public building). Involved was a 1986 Chevrolet C10.

-Information only (found property) from the 100 block of Warrior Drive (school, college). Recovered was a 10 karat gold band with diamond setting.

-Theft of property from the 100 block of Airpark Industrial Road (commercial). Stolen was a USB/Jump Drive containing equipment operating system software valued at $6,000.

-For information only from the 200 block of Dale Drive.

-Domestic violence investigation/harassment from the 900 block of Sixth Avenue Northwest.

-Illegal possibly fraudulent use of a credit debit card from the 200 block of First Street South (other, unknown).

-Information only from the 600 block of Ninth Avenue Southwest.

-Welfare check from the 100 block of Greenbriar Trace.

Jan. 6

-Unlawful breaking entering vehicle/theft of property from Peavine Mobile Home Park. Stolen was equipment valued at $2,560.

-Theft of property from the 200 block of Cloverdale Lane (other, unknown). Damaged was a 2003 Chevrolet Venture catalytic converter in the amount of $700.

-Abandoned vehicle from U.S. Highway 31 at Interstate 65 (highway, street).

-Information only from the 1100 block of Independence Drive.

-Criminal mischief from the 100 block of 11th Avenue Southeast. Damaged was a tire in the amount of$150.

-Harassing communications from undisclosed.

-Death investigation from 1321 South Wind Drive.

-Damage to property from the 100 block of Forest Parkway. Damaged was a structure in the amount of $225. Recovered was a rifle bullet with lands and grooves and sheet rock residue (fired) valued at $1.

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of Buck Creek Drive.

-Open door from Ernest McCarty Ford (other, unknown).

Jan. 7

-Attempt assault/driving under the influence from the 1000 block of Willow Creek Court (highway, street).

-Criminal tampering from the 100 block of Big Oak Drive, Maylene.

-Information – discharging weapon to euthanize injured animal from Highway 119 South (highway, street).

-Theft of property from the 100 block of Warrior Drive (school, college). Stolen was $230 in cash, a driver’s permit valued at $25 and a wallet valued at $20.

-Child in need of supervision from Hillspun Road and Waxwing Trail (highway, street).

-Possession of forged instrument from the 800 block of First Street North (commercial). Forged, counterfeited and recovered was a SouthTrust Bank account check in the amount of $748.

-Road obstruction (traffic hazard) from the 1000 block of Navajo Trail (highway, street).

-Information from the 500 block of Windsor Court.

-Information only/possible damage to property from the 1100 block of Henry Drive. Damaged was a doorframe in the amount of $200.

-Theft of property from the 200 block of Highway 31 (commercial). Stolen was a SouthTrust Bank account check in the amount of $748.

-Theft of property/criminal mischief from the 300 block of Third Street Northeast (commercial). Stolen were two 14-foot sections of copper ground wire valued at $800, six 10-sectons of coax cable valued at $500 and a copper bus bar valued at $500. Damaged was a 3-foot section of fence in the amount of $300.

-Theft of property from the Thrift Store, Alabaster Shopping Center (department store). Stolen were a leather purse valued at $40, $200 in cash and an iPod valued at $100.

-Theft of property from the 600 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (supermarket). Stolen was $225 in cash, a leather wallet valued at $25, a military ID card and an Alabama driver’s license.

-Information from the 100 block of Forest Parkway.

-Harassment from Shelby Medical Center (other, unknown).

-Domestic incident from Shelby Baptist Medical Center, 100 First St. N. (other, unknown).

-Information only from the 200 block of First Street Southwest (other, unknown).

-Harassment from the 1400 block of King James Drive (highway, street).

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of Seventh Place Southeast.

-Damage to property from Alabaster Boulevard at Westwood Church (highway, street). Damaged was a 1998Toyota Corolla in the amount of $1,000.

Jan. 8

-Domestic incident from the 200 block of Cedar Meadow, Maylene.

-Harassment from the 100 block of Hickory Street, Maylene (highway, street).

-Theft of property from South Colonial Drive (department store). Stolen was merchandise valued at $210.95.

Jan. 9

-Open door from Elevations Church (church).

-Interference with custody/runaway juvenile from the 500 block of Fifth Avenue Southeast.

-Information only from the 100 block of Maylene Lane, Maylene.

-Information only from the 400 block of First Avenue West (other, unknown).

-Criminal mischief from the 800 block of Navajo Trail. Damaged were seven small hardwood trees in the amount of $300 and a cedar limb in the amount of $1.

-Damage to property from County Road 26 East near Saginaw Fire (highway, street). Damaged were a 2006 Ford Freestyle in the amount of $200 and a white plastic fence in the amount of $20.

-Damage to property from County Road 17 at Knox Mobile Home Park (highway, street). Damaged was a 2010 Ford F-150 in the amount of $2,000.

-Abandoned vehicle from Ninth Avenue Southeast at Highway 31 (highway, street). Confiscated, seized was a 1998 Ford Escort.

-Damage to property from First Avenue West (highway, street). Damaged was 2003 Mazda.

Jan. 10

-Information only from the 60 block of Longview Industrial Court (commercial).

-Information only (animal complaint) from the 1000 block of Eagle Circle.

-Domestic incident from the 7900 block of Highway 119.

-Theft of property from Buffalo Wild Wings, 840 Colonial Promenade Parkway (restaurant). Stolen was a diamond ring valued at $3,000 and costume ring valued at $20.

-Domestic incident from the 700 block of Simmsville Road.

Jan. 11

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of 11th Avenue Southeast.

-Domestic violence investigation/assault from the 100 block of Morning Mist Trail.

Calera

Dec. 28

-Burglary/theft from the 400 block of Camden Cove Circle. Listed as damaged and recovered was a Vizio flat panel television in the amount of $1,500. Stolen were electronics and jewelry valued at $1,700.

-Criminal mischief from Lot 61-Enclave Subdivision. Damaged was copper wiring in the amount of $4,000.

-Harassing communications from Linda Lane.

-Found property from 5100 Supercenter Drive (department store). Listed was an assault shotgun with pistol grip and a large Nike duffle bag.

-Harassment from 18th Street/22nd Avenue (highway, street).

-Property damage from the 1100 block of County Road 306 (highway, street). Listed was a 2005 GMC Envoy.

Dec. 29

-Property damage from Interstate 65/mile marker 234 (highway, street). Damaged was a 2005 International in the amount of $500.

Dec. 30

-Burglary/theft from the 300 block of Camden Cove Circle. Stolen were jewelry and electronics valued at $1,325.

-Burglary from Blue Cat Lane.

-Theft from the 5100 block of U.S. 31 (parking lot, garage). Stolen was a wallet/purse valued at $20, two credit cards, four Social Security cards valued at $80, an Alabama driver’s license valued at $20 and three Medicaid cards valued at $30.

-Theft from the 5100 block of Highway 31 (parking lot, garage).

-Domestic incident from 11843 Alabama Highway 25 (convenience store).

-Property damage from the 5900 block of U.S. Highway 31 (highway, street). Damaged was 2000 Jeep.

-Harassing communications from 15th Street.

-Violation of protection order from the 1000 block of Emerald Ridge Drive.

Dec. 31

-Juvenile incident from the 300 block of Camden Cove Circle (highway, street).

Jan. 1

-Domestic incident from Interstate 65/mile marker 234 (highway, street).

-Harassing communications from 18th Street.

Columbiana

Jan. 5

-Theft of property from the 700 block of Egg and Butter Road. Stolen was a state of Alabama license plate valued at $58.

Jan. 6

-Criminal mischief from Beeson Square, Highway 47 South (other, unknown). Damaged was a Cario Cab in the amount of $700.

Jan. 10

-Theft of property from the 200 block of East College Street (convenience store). Stolen was a can of Budweiser beer valued at $1.

Jan. 11

-Unlawfully breaking and entering a vehicle/theft of property from the 300 block of Highway 70 (parking lot, garage). Stolen were 76, 10-500-milligram Lortabs valued at $40, 76, 1-milligram Xanax valued at $40 and a makeup bag with contents valued at $70.

-Unauthorized use of motor vehicle from Nelson Walker Road. Involved was a 1991 Ford F-250.

Jan. 12

-Fraudulent use credit card from unknown. Stolen was $666.11 in U.S. currency/credit.

Harpersville

-Records not available.

Helena

Jan. 4

-Warrant arrest from the license office, Highway 35, Pelham (government, public building).

Jan. 5

-Noise ordinance violation from the 1000 block of Ashley Brook Lane.

-Death investigation from the 100 block of Chadwick Drive.

Jan. 6

-Harassing communications from the 1100 block of Loyola Circle.

-Suspicious activity from the 2000 block of Highway 58 (church).

-Warrant arrest from the Jefferson County Jail, Bessemer (government, public building).

Jan. 7

-Theft of property from the 1500 block of Timber Court. Stolen was a Glock Model 27 40-caliber firearm valued at $600 and a H & K USP 45-caliber firearm valued at $900.

Jan. 8

-Driving under the influence of drugs from Taco Bell parking lot. Confiscated, seized was a 16-ounce bottle containing less than 1 gram of GHB valued at $40.

-Driving under the influence of alcohol from Bridlewood Parc Road at Bridlewood Terrace (highway, street).

-Damaged property from the 2000 block of Stonecreek Court (highway, street). Damaged was a metal mailbox in the amount of $500.

-Warrant arrest from South Shades Crest at Indian Ford (highway, street).

-Domestic incident from the 2800 block of Adams Street.

-Domestic disturbance from Lawley Street.

Jan. 10

-Domestic incident from Pup Run.

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-Nothing to report.

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