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Arrest reports for the week of March 22, 2020

The following individuals were arrested and charged by municipal police departments in Shelby County from Feb. 1-March 16:

Alabaster

March 11

-Rebecca Michelle Lemmond, 35, of Pelham, alias writ of arrest.

-Nickolas Jordan Vega, 18, of Maylene, DUI-alcohol.

March 12

-James Houston McDade Jr., 42, of Alabaster, alias writ of arrest (three counts).

-Mason Shamir Polo-Nieto, 19, of Maylene, possession of marijuana second degree.

-Martez Henderson, 33, of Birmingham, unlawful to do business without a license.

-Carbottah Jovan Zavie Stiggers, 23, of Birmingham, failure to appear.

March 13

-Harryl Cottrell, 57, of Alabaster, failure to appear, possession of a controlled substance, giving false identification to law enforcement.

-Melissa Neeley Martinez, 42, of Brierfield, warrant with Shelby County Sheriff’s Office.

-David Carl Johnson, 31, of Alabaster, probation violation.

March 14

-Tony Angelo Miller Jr., 25, of Alabaster, criminal trespass third degree.

-Charleston Andre Basil Bobo, 39, of Center Point, contempt of court.

March 15

-Sherene Antoinette Carpenter, 48, of Alabaster, harassment or harassing communications.

-Leonard Jay Taylor, 37, of Alabaster, DUI-alcohol, attempting to elude, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest.

-Darryl Humphrey 55, of Alabaster, disorderly conduct.

-Juan Jose Martinez, 27, of Birmingham, DUI-alcohol.

 

Calera

March 10

-Sandra Lawley, 56, of Montevallo, possession of a controlled substance-dangerous drugs, drug paraphernalia, DUI-controlled substance.

-Failure to appear (two counts) from the 2500 block of Windsor Court, Alabaster.

March 11

-Derrick Culver, 45, of Calera, failure to appear (two counts).

-Aaron Lamont Caffey, 47, of Alabaster, DUI-controlled substance, 72-hour investigative hold.

-Greg Dion Turner, 53, of Alabaster, public intoxication, open container, 72-hour investigative hold.

-Brandi Danielle Johnson, 29, of Alabaster, using false identity to obstruct justice, 72-hour investigative hold.

-Tavaris Demond Ledlow, 24, of Montevallo, agency assist.

March 12

-Jermerious Kemaine Franklin, 21, of Calera, criminal trespass second degree, criminal mischief third degree.

-Tahir Armon Pernell, 18, of Calera, harassment-simple assault.

-Jermerious Kemaine Franklin, 21, of Calera, attempting to elude.

-Tahir Armon Pernell, 18, of Calera, attempting to elude.

-Dawn Langston Blair, 45, of Calera, possession of a controlled substance-meth, drug paraphernalia, disturbing the peace, resisting arrest.

-Jamillah Lashun Leonard, 27, of Calera, failure to appear (two counts).

-Kevin Marquel Callender, 27, of Montevallo, possession of a controlled substance-meth, drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana second degree, distribution of a controlled substance, promoting prison contraband second degree.

March 13

-James Ray McCullough, 44, of Calera, domestic violence third degree-harassment, failure to appear (two counts), bond revocation.

-Karen Marie Upton, 39, of Calera, domestic violence third degree-harassment.

-Victoria Lynn Parmer, 29, of Columbiana, possession of a controlled substance-dangerous drugs, drug paraphernalia.

-Eric Ashford Humphrey, 34, of Northport, failure to appear (two counts).

-Connie F. Dunkin, 48, of Vincent, failure to appear.

-Raymond Harris, 25, of Birmingham, receiving stolen property second degree, possession of marijuana second degree, drug paraphernalia, possession of a concealed weapon without a permit, open container of alcohol.

-Abolarin Adedairo Carmichael, 21, of Birmingham, possession of marijuana second degree, drug paraphernalia.

March 14

-Jason Lynn Smitherman, 31, of Clanton, agency assist.

-Miah Jenkins, 21, of Birmingham, public intoxication, public lewdness, disturbing the peace.

March 15

-Shelley Tate Sudsberry, 45, of Calera, possession of a controlled substance-amphetamine, drug paraphernalia, open container of alcohol.

March 16

-Christian Donte Sankey, 34, of Pelham, failure to appear.

 

Harpersville

Feb. 1

-Shavonda Holmes, 40, warrant-ours.

Feb. 5

-Lasha’ela Malone, 20, warrant-ours.

Feb. 6

-Darlene Davis, 62, warrant-ours.

-Andrew Willoughby, 22, possession of drug paraphernalia, unlawful possession of marijuana.

-Laura Davenport, 34, warrant-ours.

Feb. 7

-Natalia Eatmon, 31, warrant-other.

Feb. 11

-Lawrence Cruz, 34, warrant-ours.

Feb. 12

-Tommy McDaniel, 36, warrant-other.

-Ronald Turner, 36, warrant-other.

Feb. 16

-Elizabeth Apicella, 34, DUI.

Feb. 18

-Gregory Jones, 35, warrant-ours.

Feb. 19

-William Jordan, 32, warrant-ours.

Feb. 20

-Larrell Garrett, 37, warrant-other.

Feb. 21

-Joshua Minton, 22, warrant-ours.

-Stephen Hess, 38, DUI.

Feb. 27

-Tracy Breedlove, 32, warrant-ours.

-Ameir Townsend, 18, warrant-ours.

-John Daniel Cooper, 22, warrant-ours.

 

Helena

March 10

-Hannah Leslie Moore, 19, possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Kenneth Lynn Tolbert, 22, bail jumping second degree.

March 12

-Patrick Lynn May, 28, bail jumping second degree.

 

Montevallo

March 11

-Holly Nicole Smith, court ordered arrest.

-Logan Gabriel Collier, OBJUFID using false identification to avoid arrest.

March 15

-Brian Keith Shirley, assault-domestic violence-third degree.

 

Pelham

March 8

-Jerri Keily, 54, of Birmingham, possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd degree.

-Tiffany Andrews, 23, of Montevallo, possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Christopher Andrews, 27, of Montevallo, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

March 9

-Chad Starkey, 35, of Gardendale, burglary 2nd degree (residence-no force) and burglary 3rd degree (non-residence with force).

-Chad Starkey, 35, of Gardendale, burglary 2nd degree (residence-no force) and burglary 3rd degree (non-residence with force).

-Jair Diaz, 22, of Birmingham, alias warrant.

-Labrian Robinson, 24, of Montgomery, alias warrant.

-Gregory Garmon, 44, of Pelham, alias warrants and possession of drug paraphernalia.

March 10

-Wesley Swift, 30, of Alabaster, driving while suspended.

March 11

-John May, 36, of Hoover, DUI-.08 BAC or greater.

-Kenneth Kirkland, 42, of Birmingham, driving while suspended.

-Amy Pilgrim, 48, of Panama City, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd degree.

-Rebecca Lemmond, 35, of Pelham, alias warrants.

March 13

-Bridget Colin, 42, of Bessemer, driving while suspended.

March 14

-Derrian Jones, 25, of Birmingham, alias warrant.

-Lewis Kitchens, 18, of Pelham, unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd degree and minor in possession of alcohol.

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