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Arrest reports for the week of June 28, 2020

The following individuals were arrested and charged by municipal police departments in Shelby County from June 9-21:

Alabaster

June 16

-Steven L. Dennis, 38, of Verbena, Alabama, failure to comply with court orders, driving while license revoked.

-Erica Jo Crutchfield, 45, of Montevallo, alias warrant.

-Desirre Martes Griffin, 26, of Calera, alias warrant.

-Ronny Joe Foote, 43, of Horton, Alabama, alias warrant.

-Adreanna Nichole Quinn, 24, of Clanton, alias warrant (two counts), capias warrant.

June 18

-Chalis Lyngioni Martin, 22, of Alabaster, alias writ of arrest.

-Otis Lewis Bivins, 53, of Alabaster, alias warrant.

-Kristal Lynn Sims, 49, of Bessemer, alias writ of arrest (three counts).

June 21

-Juan Carlos Rivera Velazquez, 37, of Helena, DUI-alcohol.

-Timothy Dale Leroy, 35, of Calera, failure to appear, bail jumping second degree (two counts).

 

Calera

June 15

-John Edward Spriggs Jr., 36, of Pelham, failure to appear.

-Timothy Dale Leroy, 35, of Columbiana, failure to appear.

-Matthew Wayne Harrison, 27, of Randolph, domestic violence third degree-harassment.

June 16

-Justin Samuel Ferguson, 19, of Helena, possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Andra Shields, 50, of Calera, failure to appear.

June 17

-Michael Ray Nance, 34, of Anniston, failure to appear (two counts).

-Andraius Dion Burns, 36, of Columbiana, possession of a controlled substance-cocaine, DUI-combined substance.

June 18

-Antonio Jerome Devould, 53, of Calera, criminal mischief third degree-damage to private property, simple assault.

-Karleisha Reshun Rutledge, 29, of Calera, possession of a controlled substance-cocaine.

-Jaelynn Jarond Gaffney, 27, of Birmingham, possession of a concealed weapon without permit.

-Decorius Cortez Taylor, 26, of Chelsea, domestic violence third degree-harassment, bond revocation.

-Jamarcus Dewayne Elmore, 20, of Calera, theft of property fourth degree-shoplifting.

-Stacey Yvonne Browder, 46, of Calera, domestic violence third degree-harassment.

-Tory Carter Voss, 28, of Tuscaloosa, possession of a pistol by a violent felon, promoting prison contraband first degree, driving while license revoked, reckless driving, receiving stolen property first degree.

-Misty Michelle Wells, 39, of Shelby, possession of a controlled substance-dangerous drugs, drug paraphernalia.

June 19

-Amanda Carrie Robinson, 36, of Columbiana, possession of a controlled substance-dangerous drugs, drug paraphernalia.

-Jacob Lucas Hannah, 23, of Montevallo, reckless endangerment, carrying brass knuckles/slingshot, possession of drug paraphernalia, attempting to elude.

-Kameron Eugene Gibb, 23, of Thorsby, possession of a controlled substance-amphetamine, drug paraphernalia, attempting to elude.

 

Helena

June 15

-Velonia Michelle Blankenship, 50, bail jumping second degree.

June 19

-James Erron Fields, 33, possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana second degree, possession of drug paraphernalia.

 

Montevallo

June 9

-Daniel Alfonso Herrera Gutierrez, traffic-driving under the influence (alcohol).

June 10

-John Marcus Phillips, dangerous drugs-PDP drug paraphernalia and dangerous drugs-amphetamine-possess.

June 15

-Catherine Dunn, traffic-driving under the influence (alcohol).

June 16

-Timothy Jerone Purnell, liquor-PI appears in public place under influence, obstructing police-RA resisting arrest and obstructing police-DC failure to obey.

June 17

-Brian Keith Shirley, 36, of Helena, obstruction-violation of a domestic violence.

-Michael Alan Shoemaker, 44, of Montevallo, dangerous drugs-PDP drug paraphernalia, dangerous drugs-marijuana-possess and dangerous drugs-methamphetamine-possess.

June 18

-Tyler Andrew Thrash, 23, of Vestavia Hills, burglary-UBEV unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle.

June 20

-Robert Hollis Bryant, traffic-driving under the influence (alcohol).

June 21

-Robert E. Tindall, traffic-driving under the influence (alcohol).

 

Pelham

June 14

-Marlon Hernanadez, 44, of Vestavia Hills, DUI-influence of alcohol.

-James Bass, 18, of Pelham, domestic violence 3rd degree.

June 16

-Emmett Montgomery, 47, of Clanton, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Rebecca Lynn, 39, of Prattville, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

-April Glenn, 33, of Birmingham, theft of property 3rd degree and receiving stolen property 3rd degree $500-$1,499.

-Christian Ridlehoover, 22, of Alabaster, reckless driving.

-Kevin Benitez, 22, of Pelham, DUI-influence of alcohol.

June 17

-Luis Morales, 42, of Birmingham, DUI-.08 BAC or greater.

-Nicholas Parsons, 27, of Brierfield, alias warrants.

-Ross Mize, 36, of McCalla, DUI-.08 BAC or greater.

June 18

-Haylie Rodriguez, 29, of Pelham, driving while revoked.

June 20

-Roberto Rendon Garcia, 49, of Birmingham DUI-influence of alcohol and illegal possession of prescription drugs.

Alabaster Reporter

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Helena

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Helena

Helena High School celebrated for high FAFSA completion

Hoover

UPDATE: 22-year-old charged with capital murder in Galleria shooting

280 Reporter

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UPDATE: 8-year-old victim dies following Riverchase Galleria shooting

280 Reporter

Shots fired at Riverchase Galleria, scene contained

Business

Skin Care Solutions of Alabama opening in Helena

280 Reporter

Brocato: City to take conservative approach toward next year’s budget

280 Reporter

Mobile, Tuscaloosa join Alabama cities requiring face masks

280 Main Story

Jefferson State increases scholarship opportunities for fall semester

280 Reporter

Chelsea youth sports activities resume

Coronavirus

Helena Festival canceled, fireworks still to be held

Alabaster Main Story

Calera, Alabaster pharmacists earn national recognition

Montevallo

First ‘Vallo Drive-In Movie’ deemed a success

280 Main Story

UPDATE: Harpersville police officers test negative for COVID-19

Columbiana

Teacher carries on legacy of Skillet Bird

Becky J. Beall

Pelham resident leads humane society project

Becky J. Beall

School reopenings addressed in statewide press conference

Alabaster Main Story

Mehlhoff running for Alabaster City Council Ward 5 seat

Montevallo

Montevallo marches for justice and equality

News

Pelham forum addresses deadly encounters with law enforcement

News

Patilla reflects on 25 years of teaching at Odyssey