Ad Spot

Man accused of stealing tires from several locations

HOOVER – A Birmingham man faces four felony theft of property charges after he was arrested for stealing tires from businesses in Shelby and Jefferson counties.

Burnett

Johnnie Lee Burnett Jr., 46, is being held at the Shelby County Jail on bonds totaling $30,000 after he was arrested on Feb. 22.

He is charged with two counts of theft of property in Shelby County and two counts in Jefferson County.

The Hoover Police Department requested the public’s help in identifying a suspect in the case, posting video surveillance to social media of a male stealing tires outside on display at Hoover business locations.

The thefts occurred between Nov. 29, 2017, and Jan. 10.

Driving a Ford Fusion, the suspect pulled up next to the businesses then load up tires that were outside on display.

The total value of the tires taken was reportedly more than $3,500.

Burnett’s case will go before District Court Judge Daniel A. Crowson Jr.

A preliminary hearing has not yet been scheduled.

280 Main Story

Brown indicted in 2018 Galleria shooting

Calera

Calera Walmart listed as COVID-19 vaccine location

280 Main Story

Why is Shelby County struggling to get vaccines?

280 Reporter

Commission approves incentives for biotech company’s expansion

Montevallo

UM Environmental Studies receives $15k grant

Montevallo

UM naming stage in memory of Luker

Calera

Local Main Street directors share updates with business leaders

Montevallo

Montevallo to hold 2021 Arbor Day event Feb. 27

280 Main Story

Shelby County Schools to refund parents’ money from canceled band trip

Community Columnists

Sewing a ministry to Morrison

Columbiana

Cancer fighter, multitasker and community helper

280 Main Story

Déjà vu: Oak Mountain headed to 2nd Final Four in a row

Columbiana

Cowboy Day to return for 13th year

News

PHS puts up new sign marking completion of traffic improvements

Lifestyles

Pelham Councilman Coram working for railway changes in the area

News

PHS students excel in Culinary Arts competition

News

Pelham Oaks student wins first place in state art exhibit 

News

Family Strong Friday provides biblical enrichment for parents and children 

280 Main Story

Shelby County Schools shares remote learning plans for next school year

280 Main Story

Kendall Williams named county’s manager of tourism & events

280 Main Story

The will to win: Spain Park wins by one to advance to Final Four

News

Great Backyard Bird Count helps boost citizen science at OMSP

News

Pelham invites four-legged friends to city park

280 Main Story

Barnes, SCSO say goodbye to another K9 partner