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Arrests for the week of April 17, 2019

The following individuals were arrested and charged by municipal police departments from April 4-10:

 

Alabaster

 

April 4

-Anthony La Mount Lewis, 25, Alabaster, public intoxication.

-Tommie Lee Gibbs, 61, Montgomery, failure to appear.

-Brandi Renae Williams, 39, Birmingham, alias writ of arrest.

-Tamara Danae Taylor, 23, Clanton, theft of property third degree and criminal mischief third degree.

-Harrison Cole Chandler, 28, Clanton, failure to appear.

 

April 5

-Adam Graham Hatter, 26, Brierfield, driving under the influence of combined substances and possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Marquis Diunte Welcome, 31, Montevallo, pedestrian under the influence.

-Jacob Ryan Munholland, 20, Maylene, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana second degree.

-Amy Marie Pintaro, 44, Pelham, driving under the influence of alcohol.

-Mark Lynn Patmon, 49, no address listed, failure to comply with court orders.

 

April 6

-Bernardino Sanchez-Contreras, 28, Alabaster, driving under the influence of alcohol.

-Aaron Lamont Caffey, 46, Alabaster, driving under the influence of alcohol.

 

April 7

-Orlando A Alvarenga, 39, Alabaster, driving under the influence of alcohol.

-Tiffany Amber Stone, 34, Alabaster, theft of property fourth degree.

-Juan Valdez-Ruiz, 32, Alabaster, violation of leash law.

-Juan Carlos Padilla Vallencillo, 37, Alabaster, driving under the influence of alcohol.

 

April 8

-Brandon Marquis Cathey, 27, Bessemer, failure to appear.

-Evan Kegan Mathis, 30, Alabaster, failure to appear.

-Jessica Lee Brooks, 37, Birmingham, public intoxication.

-Juan Carlos Rivera Velazquez, 36, Helena, driving under the influence of alcohol.

 

April 9

-Kevin Charles Smith, 39, Montevallo, alias writ of arrest.

-Samantha M Lee, 29, Columbiana, two counts of alias writ of arrest.

-Alishia Francheska White, 33, Montevallo, two counts of alias writ of arrest.

-Ra-Khem Dominique Shields, 25, Alabaster, failure to comply and failure to appear.

-Cesar Armando Moreno, 27, Birmingham, four counts of failure to appear.

 

April 10

-Douglas McQueen, 51, Midfield, unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

-Ryan Jordan Justice, 29, Altoona, possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication.

-Alana Brooke Meeks, 36, Shelby, theft of property fourth degree.

-Jeffrey Scott Wyatt, 49, Alabaster, driving under the influence of alcohol.

-James Mack Hodges, 42, Hueytown, failure to appear, driving under the influence and driver’s license not in possession.

-Jeremy Brian Boone, 42, Attalla, failure to appear and two counts of public intoxication.

 

 

Helena

March 29

–William Brian Askew, 46, probation violation.

–Jeffrey Maurice Jackson, 39, domestic violence third degree.

–Quentin Sayer Hughes, 41, driving under the influence of alcohol.

 

March 30

–Sara Catherine Robbins, 35, interference with a domestic violence emergency call.

–Bethany H. McCoy, 35, driving under the influence of alcohol.

 

March 31

–Andrea Lynn O’Quinn, 58, fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement officer.

 

April 2

–Brandon Wayne Davenport, 27, public intoxication and possession of a controlled substance.

–Phillip Robbins Thornell, 48, failure to appear.

 

April 3

–Tommy Linear Gray, 63, bail jumping second degree.

–Derek Jason Taylor, 41, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

 

April 4

–Jason Hugh Swindall, 35, adult sex offender violation of identification rights.

–Brian Jeffrey Cobb, 46, driving under the influence of alcohol.

 

April 6

–Jessica Leigh McDade, 43, possession of a controlled substance and driving under the influence of a combined substance.

 

April 9

–Joseph L. Smith, 40, theft of property fourth degree.

 

April 10

–Clarissa Yvonne Buaten, 24, hindering prosecution second degree.

–Jaquiel Tavares Gover, 23, unlawful possession of a concealed weapon on person/vehicle, receiving stolen property fourth degree and possession of a controlled substance.

 

 

Harpersville

 

March

-Diamond Floyd, Harpersville, failure to appear.

-Garrett Putman, Lincoln, failure to appear.

 

March 5

-John David, Columbiana, failure to appear.

 

March 6

-Elgin Heard, Birmingham, unlawful possession of controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Beverly Hosmer, Bessemer, failure to appear.

 

March 8

-Alice Dates, Vincent, failure to appear.

 

March 9

-Christopher Bowling, Childersburg, driving under the influence.

-Tiffany Belyue, Kellyton, failure to appear.

 

March 11

-Virgil Parker, Childersburg, failure to appear.

 

March 13

-Jacob McGuire, Springville, failure to appear.

 

March 14

-Roman Gowers, Harpersville, failure to appear.

 

March 15

-Renardo Hicks, Birmingham, failure to appear.

-Julia Meadows, Sylacauga, failure to appear.

 

March 16

-Jodie Yarbrough, Childersburg, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, unlawful possession of controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana.

 

March 19

-Thomas Cleveland, Weogufka, failure to appear.

 

March 20

-Keith Anderson, Childersburg, failure to appear.

 

March 21

-Austin Revis, unlawful possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Willie Meadows, Alpine, failure to appear.

 

March 25

-Timothy Havis, Sylacauga, unlawful possession of marijuana.

 

March 27

-Bennie Tucker Jr., Harpersville, harassment.

-Naomi Summers, Lilburn, Georgia, receiving stolen property.

 

March 28

-Joshua Hayes, Vincent, failure to appear.

-Jeffrey Ingram, Harpersville, warrant/other.

 

March 29

-Carolyn Wallace, Harpersville, theft of property fourth degree.

-Tori Whisenhunt, Harpersville, warrant/other.

-Anderika Square, Birmingham, failure to appear.

 

March 30

-Dylan Wiley, Pell City, concealed carry weapon violation.

-Laura Davenport, Sylacauga, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Todd Lowery, Montevallo, failure to appear.

 

Montevallo

 

April 6

-Mark Lynn Patmon, 49, of Montevallo, agency assist arrest.

April 7

-Joshua Lawrence Bradley, public order crimes, AW alias writ of arrest.

April 10

-Ryan Dylon Lodge, public order crimes, AW alias writ of arrest.

-Michael James Knight, dangerous drugs – PDP drug paraphernalia and dangerous drugs – POM 2 possession of marijuana.

April 11

-Joshua Lawrence Bradley, liquor – PI appears in public place under influence.

 

Pelham

 

March 31

-Timothy Riley, 31, of Clanton, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd degree and possession of drag paraphernalia.

-Karen Jacob, 56, of Meridian, Miss, alias warrant.

-Ervin Fields, 28, of Birmingham, alias warrant.

April 1

-Raquel Mashburn Grey, 28, of Odenville, alias warrants.

April 2

-Jada Roberson, 19, of Pelham, domestic violence 3rd degree.

April 3

-Heather Ingram, 22, of Hueytown, DUI-0.08 BAC or greater.

-Dustin Marlin, 38, of Hoover, alias warrant.

-William Hannah, 26, of Warrior, possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Gregory Garmon, 43, of Birmingham, alias warrant.

-Stephanie Mills, 37, of Bessemer, failure to appear/comply/pay.

April 4

-John Manfredi, 44, of Pelham, alias warrant.

-Ramona Vest, 43, of Chelsea, alias warrant.

April 5

-Laquanis Bishop, 40, of Tuscaloosa, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Jennifer Lavely, 36, of Birmingham, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Jose Gutierrez Molina, 22, of Maylene, domestic violence 3rd degree.

-Corley Phillips, 38, of Altoona, foreign felony arrest.

-Lindsey Clausheide, 32, of Mobile, public intoxication.

-Jaycie Watts, 27, of Helena, failure to appear/comply/pay.

-Christopher Osborn, 36, of Alabaster, possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd degree.

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