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Arrest reports for the week of March 29, 2020

The following individuals were arrested and charged by municipal police departments from March 15-22:

Alabaster

March 16

-Michael Anthony Spano, 33, of Pelham, possession of a controlled substance, public intoxication.

March 18

-Colten Howell Wrenn, 19, of Maylene, possession of a forged instrument, possession of marijuana second degree.

March 20

-Marcus Brandon Colt Williamson, 36, of Jacksonville, Alabama, criminal trespass third degree.

 

Calera

March 16

-Zackary Bryan Sammons, 24, of Calera, failure to appear.

-John Richard Dobbs, 39, of Alabaster, possession of a controlled substance-meth, drug paraphernalia.

-Altaariq Laquan Coleman, 29, of Alabaster, possession of a controlled substance-meth, possession of marijuana second degree, drug paraphernalia, promoting prison contraband second degree.

-Philip Wayne Workman, 43, of Alabaster, possession of a controlled substance-meth, possession of marijuana second degree, drug paraphernalia, tampering with physical evidence.

March 17

-Joshua Lee Woods, 31, of Montevallo, agency assist.

-Cory James Spangler, 31, of Alabaster, possession of a controlled substance-meth, possession of marijuana first degree, drug paraphernalia, tampering with physical evidence, attempting to elude.

-Mario Denard Kelley, 30, of Montevallo, failure to appear (six counts).

-Bruce Wayne Smith, 43, of Clanton, failure to appear (five counts).

March 18

-Jeffrey Steven Taylor, 29, of Jemison, possession of marijuana second degree, drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, tampering with physical evidence, expired tag, running stop sign, driver’s license not in possession.

-Gerson Neptaly Ulloa-Diaz, 28, of Alabaster, attempted murder/other crimes.

-Gerson Neptaly Ulloa-Diaz, 28, of Alabaster, attempting to elude, possession of a controlled substance-amphetamine, drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest.

-Bobby Lee Tumlin, 44, of Columbiana, failure to appear (two counts).

-James Willard Majors, 34, of Shelby, failure to appear (three counts).

-Bobby Lee Tumlin, 44, of Columbiana, illegal possession of prescription drugs.

March 19

-Patrick Oneal Seay, 40, of Calera, agency assist.

-Alexis Sharay Gargone, 22, of Attalla, failure to appear.

-Larry Keith Morris, 62, of Shelby, DUI-alcohol.

March 20

-Angela Rowe Long, 51, of Calera, possession of a controlled substance-obtaining with forged or altered prescript.

-Kenneth Howard Pickett, 47, of Montevallo, warrant-alias (three counts).

-Angela Rowe Long, 51, of Calera, reckless endangerment, attempting to elude, using false ID to obstruct justice.

-Shawn Taylor Gannon, 48, of Shelby, failure to appear (three counts).

-Jonica Brooke Adams, 35, of Thorsby, failure to appear.

-Matthew William Sheats, 28, of Calera, agency assist.

-James Christopher Foster, 51, of Calera, domestic violence third degree-harassment.

-Walter Blake Foster, 19, of Calera, domestic violence third degree-assault.

March 21

-Wanda Michele Johnson, 42, of Calera, domestic violence third degree-assault.

March 22

-Teresa Dawn Lackey, 31, of Calera, DUI-alcohol.

-Lejolith Caleb Smith, 38, of Calera, domestic violence third degree-harassment, interference with a domestic violence emergency call.

 

Pelham

March 15

-Demeritus Johnson, 27, of Vestavia, alias warrants.

-Kyle McNair, 29, of Helena, DUI-influence of alcohol.

-Madison Mims, 23, of Alabaster, alias warrants.

-Ryan Johnson, 45, of Birmingham, alias warrant.

March 19

-Hugo Abraham Perez Vasquez, 24, of Alabaster, DUI-.08 BAC or greater.

-Genrry Vasquez Vasquez, 20, of Alabaster, minor in possession of alcohol.

March 20

-Crystal Russell, 36, of Columbiana, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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