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Police reports for the week of March 29, 2020

The following are incident and offense reports from municipal police departments from March 10-23:

Alabaster

March 10

-Information only from the 1200 block of Windsor Court. Seven Louis Vuitton purses/handbags/wallets valued at $1,440, $1,440, $464, $420, $200, $345 and $125, respectively, were stolen.

-Information only from the 100 block of Park Place Lane.

-Property damage from the 100 block of Warrior Drive. A Chevy Tahoe sustained $300 in damages.

-Theft of property third degree from the 200 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway. A DeWalt drill valued at $199, DeWalt Max Xtreme 2-piece kit valued at $149, DeWalt impact driver valued at $129, DeWalt pistol grip driver valued at $119, Tide pods (96 count) valued at $43.96 and Niagara bottled water (32 count) valued at $3.98 were stolen.

-Possession of a controlled substance from the 0 block of Old Highway 31. Alprazolam (1/2 bar) was confiscated.

-Property damage from the 100 block of Plaza Circle.

-Property damage from the 200 block of Silver Creek Parkway. A mailbox valued at $50 was damaged.

-Information only from the 500 block of 11th Street Northwest.

-Possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana second degree from the 240-mile marker of I-65. Oxycodone (two count) and marijuana (0.5 gram) were confiscated.

March 11

-Theft of property first degree from the 100 block of Water Elm Drive. A GMC Sierra 1500 was stolen.

-Property damage from the 1900 block of Warrior Parkway.

-Lost property from the 7600 block of Alabama 119. A brown leather bifold, money and APCO Credit Union cards were reported.

-Animal complaint from the 7300 block of Alabama 119.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the 100 block of King Charles Lane. A Rossi .38-caliber revolver valued at $125 was stolen.

-Property damage from the 900 block of Second Avenue Southwest. A mailbox and post valued at a combined $85 were damaged.

-Property damage from the U.S. 31 southbound bridge over I-65. A 2015 Mazda 6 sustained $80 in damages.

-Information only from Kent Dairy Road at Shelby County 17.

-Animal complaint from the 1300 block of Third Court Southwest.

March 12

-Lost property from the 900 block of Fourth Avenue Southwest.

-Harassment or harassing communications from the 1100 block of First Street North.

-Information only from the 100 block of Sugarberry Drive.

-Information only from the 100 block of First Street Southwest.

-Information only from the 200 block of First Street North.

-Information only from the 100 block of Big Oak Drive.

-Domestic incident from the 200 block of Queens Gate, Maylene.

-Information only from the 2100 block of Diane Circle.

-Unauthorized use of a vehicle from the 400 block of Red Bay Cove. A 2004 GMC Yukon valued at $5,000 was stolen.

-Possession of marijuana second degree from the 9300 block of Alabama 119. A marijuana roach (1.17 grams) was confiscated.

March 16

-Information only from the 100 block of Park Place Circle.

-Information only from the 100 block of Sugarberry Drive. Money in the amount of $183.27 was stolen.

-Domestic violence third degree, harassment or harassing communications from the 300 block of Lacey Avenue, Maylene.

-ID theft from the 100 block of Kingsley Road.

-Property damage from the 238-mile marker of I-65 South. A BMW 328 I was damaged.

-Animal complaint from Industrial Road and Industrial Park Drive.

-Possession of a controlled substance, public intoxication from the 800 block of First Avenue West. Oxycontin (10 milligrams, two count; 0.31 gram) was confiscated.

March 17

-Property damage from the 234- and 238-mile markers of I-65. A 2012 Honda Odyssey sustained $1,000 in damages.

-Burglary third degree, theft of property second degree from the 1200 block of Amberley Woods Drive. Assorted new clothes valued at $300, assorted jewelry valued at $2,000 and an Amazon Firestick valued at $200 were stolen.

-Information only from the 100 block of Cambridge Pointe Circle.

-Harassment or harassing communications from the 100 block of Sugar Hill Lane.

-Domestic incident from the 600 block of Old Highway 31.

March 18

-Harassing communications from the 900 block of Falling Star Lane.

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of Thoroughbred Lane.

-Violation of a protection order from the 3500 block of Pelham Parkway, Pelham.

-Possession of a forged instrument first degree, possession of marijuana second degree from the 100 block of Bluegrass Drive. Georgia OLN (two count) and marijuana (30.2 grams) were confiscated.

March 19

-Property damage from the 400 block of Simmsville Road. A BMW X3 was damaged.

-Information only from the 9400 block of Alabama 119.

-Unauthorized use of a vehicle from the 10 block of Crim Drive. A 1999 Honda Accord valued at $3,000 was stolen.

-Information only from the 1000 block of Sixth Street Southwest.

-Domestic incident, harassing communications from the 100 block of Kentwood Way.

March 20

-Trespassing notice from the 1000 block of First Street North.

-Information only from the 1100 block of First Street South.

-Theft of property third degree, criminal mischief second degree from the 20 block of Sycamore Lane. Thirty straps valued at $1,200 were stolen; an auto and a power pole were damaged.

-Information only from the 200 block of First Street North.

-Criminal trespass third degree from the 300 block of Goldwire Lane.

-Property damage from the 200 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway.

-Theft of property fourth degree from the 100 block of South Colonial Drive. Merchandise valued at $130.90 was stolen.

-Harassment from the 300 block of Willow Glen Drive. A 9-millimeter shell casing was recovered.

-Trespassing notice from the 9200 block of Alabama 119. Paul Mitchell hair products valued at $15 were stolen.

-Domestic violence-harassment from Industrial Road.

-Information only from the 300 block of Lacey Avenue, Maylene.

March 21

-Property damage from the 236-mile marker of I-65 North. A 2016 Ford F-550 utility truck was damaged.

-Theft of property fourth degree from the 100 block of South Colonial Drive. Ear buds valued at $99.99 were stolen.

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of Dogwood Trace.

-Harassment from the 1000 block of Balmoral Drive.

-Information only from the 100 block of Jefferson Lane.

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of Pony Drive.

March 22

-Domestic incident from the 500 block of Olde Towne Lane.

-Harassment from the 500 block of Olde Towne Lane.

-Animal complaint from the 600 block of Round Road.

-Theft of property first degree from the 300 block of Windsor Court. A 2007 Jaguar XK valued at $3,000 was stolen.

-Menacing from the 100 block of Second Avenue Northeast.

March 23

-Domestic incident from the 400 block of Smokey Road.

-Information only from the 900 block of U.S. 31.

 

Calera

March 16

-Runaway juvenile from the 100 block of Oakwell Street.

-Juvenile located from the 100 block of Oakwell Street.

-Identity theft from the 1000 block of Bethpage Lane.

-Failure to appear from the 10900 block of Alabama 25.

-Possession of a controlled substance-meth, drug paraphernalia from Springcreek Road.

-Agency assist from Shelby County 201 at Shelby County 89.

-Possession of a controlled substance-meth, possession of marijuana second degree, drug paraphernalia, promoting prison contraband second degree from the 11200 block of Alabama 25.

-Possession of a controlled substance-meth, possession of marijuana second degree, drug paraphernalia, tampering with physical evidence from the 11200 block of Alabama 25.

March 17

-Possession of a controlled substance-meth, possession of marijuana first degree, drug paraphernalia, tampering with physical evidence, attempting to elude from the 100 block of Stonebriar Drive.

-Incident from the 2100 block of 20th Street.

-Failure to appear (six counts) from the 10900 block of Alabama 25.

-Theft of property fourth degree from the 2100 block of Village Lane.

-Failure to appear (five counts) from the 10900 block of Alabama 25.

-Incident from the 100 block of Ridgecrest Road.

March 18

-Safe Streets Ordinance violation from Savannah Lane at Savannah.

-Possession of marijuana second degree, drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, tampering with physical evidence, running stop sign, expired tag, driver’s license not in possession from U.S. 31 at Commercial Park.

-Attempted murder/other crimes, 72-hour investigative hold from the 10300 block of Shelby County 22.

-Evidence collection from the 10300 block of Shelby County 22.

-Possession of a controlled substance-amphetamine, drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, attempting to elude from Shelby County 22.

-Evidence collection from Shelby County 22.

-Domestic incident from the 5000 block of U.S. 31.

-Failure to appear (two counts) from the 800 block of Shelby County 88, Montevallo.

-Domestic incident from the 1600 block of 22nd Avenue.

-Failure to appear (three counts) from the 7900 block of U.S. 31.

-Illegal possession of prescription drugs from the 800 block of Shelby County 89.

March 19

-Theft of property fourth degree, criminal mischief third degree from the 500 block of George Roy Parkway.

-Theft of property second degree from the 800 block of Shelby County 98.

-Safe Streets Ordinance violation from U.S. 31 at Shelby County 95.

-Agency assist from Shelby County 227.

-Domestic incident from the 5100 block of U.S. 31.

-Failure to appear from the 10900 block of Alabama 25.

-DUI-alcohol from Limestone Parkway.

-Domestic incident from the 300 block of Creek Run Circle.

March 20

-Possession of a controlled substance-obtaining with forged or altered prescript from the 8300 block of U.S. 31.

-Aggravated child abuse from Union Station Drive.

-Warrant-alias from Alabama 25, Wilton.

-Attempting to elude, reckless endangerment from the 300 block of Shelby County 227.

-Using false identity to obstruct justice from the 300 block of Shelby County 227.

-Failure to appear (three counts) from the 10900 block of Alabama 25.

-Failure to appear from the 10900 block of Alabama 25.

-Agency assist from the 1400 block of Shelby County 304.

-Property damage from the 100 block of Shelby County 304.

-Possession of a forged instrument fourth degree from the 8300 block of U.S. 31.

-Theft of lost property second degree from Supercenter Drive.

-Domestic violence third degree-assault from the 100 block of Moss Hill Circle.

March 21

-Hit and run from George Roy Parkway.

-Domestic violence third degree-harassment from the 100 block of Moss Hill Circle.

-Domestic violence third degree-assault from the 100 block of Dogwood Lane.

-Criminal trespass third degree from the 100 block of Waterford Lake Drive.

-Notice of trespass from the 100 block of Waterford Lake Drive.

-Simple assault from the 200 block of Shiloh Creek Drive.

-Attempting to elude from Shelby County 201 at Shelby County 128.

March 22

-Runaway from the 100 block of Savannah Lane.

-Additional information from the 100 block of Savannah Lane.

-DUI-alcohol from U.S. 31 and Eighth Avenue.

-Domestic incident from the 200 block of Carrington Lane.

-Drug overdose from the 200 block of Stonecreek Place.

-Interference with a domestic violence emergency call, domestic violence third degree-harassment from the 10400 block of Shelby County 22.

 

Helena

March 16

-Theft of property third degree from Rock Terrace Circle.

-Assault second degree from First Avenue East.

March 17

-Miscellaneous information from Asbury Circle.

-Animal complaint from Griffin Drive.

-Domestic violence third degree from an unnamed location in Helena.

-Domestic violence third degree from the 1400 block of Starky Street.

-Possession of marijuana second degree from Shelby County 52.

March 18

-Miscellaneous information from the 5000 block of Roy Drive.

-Miscellaneous information from Woodvale Drive.

March 19

-Criminal trespass first degree, criminal mischief second degree from the 1600 block of Keenland Drive.

March 20

-Civil dispute from the 100 block of St. Charles Drive.

March 21

-Domestic incident from River Crest Lane.

-Miscellaneous information from Bentmoor Lane.

 

Montevallo

March 18

-Fraud-identity theft from Hidden Trace Court (other/unknown). Stolen was identity valued at $0.

 

Pelham

March 15

-Criminal mischief from the 100 Block of Holland Drive (residence/home). Destroyed/damaged was a window valued at $400.

March 16

-Burglary from the 100 Block of Commerce Drive (commercial/office building). Destroyed/damaged was a door valued at $500.

-Theft from the 2600 Block of Pelham Parkway (specialty store). Stolen, not recovered was a pressure washer valued at $600. Destroyed/damaged was a hose valued at $75.

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Residents take on home improvement projects during quarantine

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Club studies different world religions

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Columbiana Clinic offering drive-thru COVID-19 testing

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Texas Roadhouse offering ready-to-grill steaks, curbside

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Group delivers free Boston butts to residents’ homes

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Daycares working through challenges, hoping to reopen soon

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Christ Church United Methodist hosting PPE Drive

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Helena First Baptist Church holds drive-In worship

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