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Arrests for the week of April 3, 2013

The following individuals were arrested and charged by municipal police departments from March 14-27:

 

Alabaster

 

March 18

-James Stanley Anderson III, 28, Cleburne, Texas, possession of dangerous drugs and illegal possession of prescription medication.

-Patricia Sweeney Sears, 59, Montevallo, driving under the influence of controlled substances.

 

March 19

-Jennifer Lynn Carter, 38, Clanton, giving false identification to law enforcement.

-Dancy Marysue Blake, 21, West Blocton, violation of court order by non-payment and failure to appear – no insurance and failure to appear – expired tag.

-Rosa Silva, 43, Alabaster, theft of property third degree.

-Ricky Joe Pickett, 54, Brierfield, simple assault.

-Courtney Janee Carter, 25, Alabaster, domestic violence – assault.

 

March 21

-Catlin Buddy McCarty, 24, Alabaster, permitting dogs to run at large.

-David Presley Woods, 35, Columbiana, contempt of court – failing to appear, and driving while license suspended.

-Tameka Nicole Henderson, 27, Montgomery, criminal possession of a forged instrument.

-Jasmine Shanell Payne, 22, Montgomery, criminal possession of a forged instrument.

 

March 23

-Tyler Gamel Posey, 23, Alabaster, driving under the influence of alcohol.

-Joel Alcarez Mejia, 21, Montevallo, driving under the influence of alcohol.

 

March 24

-Marcus Antonio Hill, 28, no address listed, theft of property, attempting to elude a police officer and receiving stolen property second degree.

-Shannon O’Brien Berry, 31, Pelham, failure to appear, comply or pay.

 

March 25

-David Gilbert, 22, Calera, possession of marijuana and attempting to elude a police officer.

 

Calera

 

March 14

-Victoria Ann Clements, 20, Clanton, failure to appear.

-Jacob Charles Haney, 29, Montevallo, agency assist.

-Linda Smith Johnson, 50, Clanton, court commitment order.

-Desmond Jamar Sailes, 25, Calera, court commitment order.

 

March 15

-Joshua Matthew Bright, 30, Clanton, failure to appear.

-Ronald Joe Wadsworth, 57, Calera, agency assist.

 

March 16

-Charlene Danielle Sheppard, 35, Birmingham, alias writ of arrest.

 

March 17

-Ronald Dewayne Gibson, 41, Calera, driving under the influence of alcohol.

-Randy Jackson Walker, 29, Calera, harassment – family.

 

March 18

-Melinda Michelle Parker, 26, Florala, failure to appear.

 

March 19

-Bertha Hines, 60, Jemison, theft of property third degree.

-Thomas Marty Allen, 47, Montevallo, agency assist.

 

March 20

-Nicholas Samuel Jones, 24, Wilsonville, two counts of failure to appear.

-Brittney Dawn Grier, 24, Clanton, failure to appear.

 

Columbiana

 

March 16

-Charles Edward Little, 56, Columbiana, failure to appear – public intoxication.

 

March 18

-Anton Demetrius Bland, 27, Columbiana, public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

 

March 24

-Ralph Warner Wiley Jr., 62, Columbiana, domestic violence III.

 

March 25

-Martin Raymond Oliver, 78, Wilsonville, failure to appear – no proof of insurance.

 

March 26

-Keela H. Horton, 26, Columbiana, criminal conspiracy.

-Jason Edwards Barnes, 34, Columbiana, theft of property III.

-Brittany Anne Stafford, Columbiana, driving with a suspended license.

 

Harpersville

 

-Reports not available.

 

Helena

 

-Reports not available.

 

Montevallo

 

March 21

-Ronald Edward Wiggins, 37, Atlanta, alias writ of arrest.

 

March 22

-Jermal Eshawn Flecha, 22, Birmingham, possession of marijuana II.

-Calvin Dwayne Chandler, 41, Maplesville, alias writ of arrest.

-Jose Antonio Moreno-Bernal, 27, Montevallo, two counts of alias speeding.

 

March 24

-Samuel John Dawkins, 33, Birmingham, driving under the influence of alcohol.

 

March 27

-James Oliver Williams, 20, Montevallo, alias writ of arrest.

 

Pelham

 

March 18

-Joseph Daniel Bell, 32, Helena, six counts of alias warrant.

-Shequita Lasha Dates, 25, Birmingham, failure to appear or comply and expired tag.

-Harold Eugene Frederick, 50, Alabaster, driving under the influence of alcohol.

-Marvin Lee George, 35, Benton, Ark., receiving stolen property, obstruction of justice – using a false name and unlawful possession of marijuana second degree.

-Toni Renae Jeffrey, 47, Benton, Ark., receiving stolen property and unlawful possession of marijuana second degree.

-David Caldwell Simon, 34, Moody, two counts of alias warrant.

 

March 19

-Timothy Norman Wright, 58, Pelham, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Kelley Lane Bryant, 50, Alabaster, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia second degree and possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Michael Jason Daniel, 33, Birmingham, alias warrant.

-Tracy Lynn Honeycutt, 36, Alabaster, theft of property third degree.

-Michael Wayne Patterson, 39, Mulga, foreign misdemeanor arrest.

-Rickey Ray Richey, 58, Hoover, alias warrant.

-Terrance Lee Robinette, 49, Alabaster, indecent exposure.

 

March 20

-Jeffrey Scott Fuller, 30, Birmingham, failure to appear or comply

-Michael Christopher Schmall, 26, Whitehall, Ark., three counts of alias warrant.

 

March 21

-Miranda Renee Dawley, 31, Birmingham, speeding and liability insurance required.

-Curtis Brett Reynolds, 35, Birmingham, alias warrant.

 

March 22

-Amanda Britany Zeigler, 32, Helena, driving under the influence of any substance.

-Zachari Hunter Rouse, 26, Dora, alias warrant.

-Christopher Joseph Merchant, 23, Midfield, theft of property third degree.

-Joshua Lee Humphrey, 32, Joelton, Tenn., illegal possession or use of a credit or debit card.

-Tyrone Carleton Green, 29, Pelham, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

-Duke Phillips, 64, no city listed, violating protection order.

 

March 23

-Olegario Solis Perez, 30, Pelham, public intoxication.

-Dwayne Shamar Harris, 34, Montgomery, two counts of alias warrant.

-Michael Stephenson Holmes, 37, Clanton, three counts of alias warrant.

 

Vincent

 

-Reports not available.

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