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Arrests for the week of May 29, 2019

The following individuals were arrested and charged by municipal police departments from May 17-22:

 

Alabaster

 

May 17

-David Ray Brasher, 52, Montevallo, alias writ of arrest.

-Kimberly Dais Davis, 47, Pinson, alias writ of arrest.

-Thomas Mark Lake, 53, Irondale, alias writ of arrest.

-Bernard Anthony Spence, 39, Alabaster, alias writ of arrest.

 

May 18

-Jacob Adam Lowery, 21, Maylene, alias writ of arrest.

-Gabriel Andrew Richards, 25, Brierfield, alias writ of arrest and two counts of capias.

-Jason Kyle Glass, 34, Montevallo, alias writ of arrest.

-Robbi Waites Rainwater, 52, Alabaster, domestic violence third degree.

-Racheal Nanetta Smith, 50, Birmingham, alias writ of arrest.

 

May 19

-John Wesley Lilly Jr., 50, Montevallo, driving under the influence of alcohol.

 

May 20

-Tony Benard Lockett, 35, Centreville, receiving stolen property first degree and possession of a controlled substance.

-Jordon Michael Champion, 27, Alabaster, reckless endangerment.

-Eric Eugene McMillan, 27, Hanceville, alias writ of arrest.

-Antoine William Ensley, 40, Alabaster, fraud.

 

May 21

-Jalanda Tesha Sherrod, 27, Columbiana, three counts of alias writ of arrest.

-Danny Cecil Hall, 34, Alabaster, driving under the influence of alcohol.

-Dottie Frye Jones, 30, Pelham, public intoxication.

 

May 22

-Vinnesha Lynnae Coleman, 28, Birmingham, two counts of alias writ of arrest.

-Ashlee Brooke Thompson, 30, Alabaster, two counts of domestic violence third degree, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

-Jessica Nicole Mack, 30, Montgomery, theft of property fourth degree.

-Jamesha Denisha Williams, 20, Montgomery, theft of property fourth degree and giving false information to law enforcement.

 

Montevallo

May 19

-Jackie Lamont Rashad Hunter, public order crimes-AW alias writ of arrest.

-Stephanie Michelle Buffkin, public order crimes-AW alias writ of arrest.

-Kadijah’ Samoan Christian, dangerous drugs-POM 2 possession of marijuana.

 

Pelham

May 12

-Jacob Bailey, 28, of Pelham, DUI-Influence of alcohol.

-Shannon Stretter, 55, of Calera, alias warrant.

May 13

-Stacey Thomason, 51, of Alabaster, public intoxication.

-Tiffany Ramsey, 30, of Calera, alias warrant.

May 15

-Jason Barker, 37, of Hoover, DUI-influence of alcohol.

-Derek Kiley, 39, of Pelham, disorderly conduct and unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd degree.

May 16

-Tammy Moreland, 37, of Jemison, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd degree.

-Cody George, 34, of Montevallo, alias warrant.

-Quavardia Morrell, 30, of Birmingham, carrying pistol without a license.

May 17

-Hardy Peoples, 49, of Roanoke, alias warrant.

-Kevin Montgomery, 37, of Leeds, alias warrant.

-Leah Ervin, 36, of West Blocton, alias warrant.

-Porscha Russell, 28, of Birmingham, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd degree.

-Anthony Wiley, 33, of Birmingham, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd degree and possession of drug paraphernalia.

May 18

-Jesus Gomez-Sanchez, 21, of Alabaster.

-Joseph Hobbs, 26, of Helena, alias warrant.

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THS ESports team wins two championship games

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Helena welcomes new AT&T store

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Thompson softball team headed to state after remarkable comeback

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Ruby Sunshine opening in Brook Highland Plaza

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