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Police reports for the week of Feb. 28, 2021

The following are incident and offense reports from municipal police departments in Shelby County from Feb. 15-22:

Alabaster

Feb. 15

-Death from the 100 block of Churchill Drive.

-Information report from the 1500 block of Hill Spun Road.

-Theft of property fourth degree, criminal mischief third degree from the 300 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway. A case with bracelet valued at $295 was stolen and damaged.

-Information report from the 900 block of Flint Rock Circle. Firearms were confiscated.

Feb. 16

-Trespassing notice from the 1100 block of Fulton Springs Road.

-Theft of property fourth degree from the 100 block of Bluegrass Drive. A pet chihuahua valued at $200 was stolen.

Feb. 17

-Theft of property third degree from the 1300 block of Third Avenue Southwest. Money in the amount of $750 was stolen.

-Harassing communications from the 1100 block of Elm Drive.

-Harassing communications from the 100 block of Deer Run.

Feb. 18

-Criminal trespass first degree from the 100 block of Shire Circle.

-Domestic incident from the 600 block of 13th Avenue Southwest.

-Information report from the 1500 block of Hill Spun Road.

-Information report from the 100 block of Sugarberry Drive, Maylene.

-Identity theft, theft of property fourth degree from the 40 block of Scottsdale Drive. Money in the amount of $450 was stolen.

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

-Leaving the scene of an accident from the 238-mile marker of I-65. A 2015 Honda CRV Touring was damaged.

-Information report from the 800 block of Honeysuckle Lane.

Feb. 19

-Leaving the scene of an accident from the 1900 block of Shelby County 87. A 2014 Jaguar XF14 was damaged.

-Receiving stolen property first degree, drug paraphernalia from the 100 block of Mount Olive Road. A scale and pipe were confiscated, and a 2015 Ram 1500 valued at $20,000 was recovered. A Visa card was confiscated.

-Information report from the 7600 block of Alabama 119.

-Death investigation from the 700 block of Third Street Northeast.

-Theft of property first degree, burglary third degree from the 500 block of Warrior Drive. A recreational vehicle valued at $15,000 was stolen.

-Theft of property fourth degree from the 600 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway. Merchandise totaling $47.29 was stolen.

-Unauthorized use of vehicle from the 100 block of Cohill Drive. A passenger car valued at $2,000 was stolen.

-Barking dog from the 1000 block of Thompson Road.

-Information report from the 1100 block of Shelby County 87.

Feb. 20

-Domestic violence third degree, harassment or harassing communications from the 1100 block of Shelby County 87.

-Information report from the 100 block of Deer Run Drive.

-Animal complaint from the 2100 block of King Charles Circle.

-Animal complaint from the 1800 block of Woodbrook Circle.

-Receiving stolen property second degree from the 235-mile marker of I-65. A Smith & Wesson firearm was recovered.

-Property damage from U.S. 31 and Fulton Springs Road. A 2006 Volvo S40 was damaged.

-Harassment or harassing communications from the 10 block of Mitzie Circle.

Feb. 21

-Animal complaint from the 1100 block of Thompson Road.

-Information only from the 700 block of Barkley Circle.

-Juvenile contact, trespassing notice from the 700 block of Sixth Avenue Southwest.

-Found property from the 300 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway. A wallet was reported.

-Property damage from the 1200 block of First Street North. A rear bumper was damaged.

-Assault third degree from the 800 block of Barkley Drive.

 

Calera

Feb. 15

-Information report-death investigation from the 100 block of Kensington Manor Drive.

-Domestic violence third degree-harassment from the 2000 block of Glades Drive.

-Possession of marijuana first degree, drug paraphernalia, public intoxication, possession of a pistol by a drunk/addict from the 200 block of Rossburg Drive.

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

-Criminal mischief third degree-damage to private property, theft of property fourth degree, unlawful breaking and entering vehicle from the 2000 block of 16th Street.

-Domestic incident from the 1500 block of Fifth Avenue.

Feb. 16

-Information report-theft of property fourth degree from the 11000 block of Alabama 25.

-Runaway juvenile from the 200 block of Doyle Drive.

Feb. 17

-Information report-runaway from the 200 block of Doyle Drive.

-Found juvenile from the 200 block of Doyle Drive.

-Death investigation from the 500 block of Shelby County 304.

-Harassing communications from the 400 block of East Milgray.

-DUI-alcohol, open container, resisting arrest, attempting to elude from Waterford Parkway and Village.

Feb. 18

-Information report-death investigation from the 100 block of Union Station Drive.

-Information report from the 1000 block of 13th Street.

-Incident from the 100 block of Clearbrook Lane.

-Harassing communications from the 800 block of Daventry Lane.

-Criminal mischief first degree-damage to business property, criminal trespass second degree, theft of property first degree-vehicle parts, unlawful breaking and entering vehicle from the 1800 block of Shelby County 84.

-Theft of property first degree-vehicle parts (four counts), unlawful breaking and entering vehicle (four counts) from the 1800 block of Shelby County 84.

-Possession of marijuana second degree, drug paraphernalia from Alabama 25 at Shelby County 310.

-Failure to appear from the 5100 block of U.S. 31.

-Possession of drug paraphernalia from the 11300 block of Alabama 25.

-Resisting arrest, obstructing government operations from U.S. 31 at Second Avenue.

-Failure to appear from U.S. 31 at Second Avenue.

Feb. 19

-Information report-theft of property third degree from the 5100 block of Supercenter Drive (Walmart).

-Incident from the 500 block of Southern Hills Drive.

-Theft of property-auto theft from the 5100 block of U.S. 31.

-Property damage from the 100 block of Supercenter Drive.

-Possession of a controlled substance-dangerous drugs from Pearl Place.

-Possession of a controlled substance-amphetamine from Pearl Place.

-Identity theft from the 100 block of Ashby Street.

-Incident from the 226-mile marker of I-65 South.

-Found property from Shelby County 87 and I-65.

 

Harpersville

Jan. 4

-Property damage from U.S. 280 and Shelby County 62.

Jan. 7

-Assault from Brandy Lane.

Jan. 8

-Property damage from U.S. 280 at Plantation Drive.

Jan. 12

-Incident from the 100 block of Wheat Street.

Jan. 15

-Domestic incident from the 10 block of Pineway Road.

Jan. 16

-Domestic violence-assault from the 10 block of Cottonwood Circle.

Jan. 21

-Burglary, theft of property-firearm from the 400 block of Shelby County 62.

-Incident from Richey Court.

Jan. 23

-Trespassing from the 5100 block of U.S. 280.

Jan. 27

-Incident from Gallups Crossroads.

Jan. 29

-Incident from the 100 block of Shelby County 93.

 

Helena

Feb. 15

-Criminal mischief-damage to public property from Shelby County 52.

-Property damage from South Shades Crest Road.

Feb. 16

-Property damage from an unspecified location in Helena.

-Trespass warning from Shelby County 17.

-Domestic violence third degree from the 4000 block of Falliston Drive.

Feb. 17

-Identity theft from the 100 block of River Crest Lane.

Feb. 18

-Miscellaneous incident from Shelby County 52 West.

-Harassment-family from the 2300 block of Kayla Street.

Feb. 19

-Criminal mischief-damage to private property from Cahaba Club Drive.

-Property damage from Alabama 261.

-Miscellaneous incident from Alabama 261 at Starkey Street.

-Trespass warning from the 1300 block of Hillsboro Parkway.

Feb. 20

-Police canine activity from the 800 block of Shelby County 52 East.

-Criminal mischief third degree from the 4000 block of Helena Road.

-Miscellaneous incident from Wyndham Parkway.

-Domestic incident from Bowron Road.

-DUI-alcohol from Helena Road.

Feb. 21

-Property damage from Shelby County 52 West and Claiborne Street.

-Found property from O’Connor Court.

-Leaving the scene of an accident, fleeing or attempting to elude, reckless endangerment, police canine activity from Shelby County 52 West and South Shades Crest Road.

-Fraudulent use of credit or debit card from the 100 block of Bentmoor Circle.

Feb. 22

-Police canine activity from the 800 block of Shelby County 52 East.

 

Montevallo

Feb. 6

-Damaged property-CM criminal mischief-damage to public property from Skyview Drive (residence). Damaged was a front door with frame valued at $300.

Feb. 17

-Larceny/theft-shoplifting, less than $500 from Alabama 25 (service/gas station). Stolen was Diesel fuel valued at $105.37.

-Stolen vehicles-auto theft from Canterbury Road (residence). Stolen and recovered was a 2017 Kia Optima LX valued at $8,395.98.

Feb. 18

-Information report from Cambridge Park Drive (residence). Stolen was a Glock 19 valued at $600.

Feb. 19

-Trespass warning from Alabama 25 (service/gas station).

Feb. 20

-Found property from Main Street (highway/street). Found were two Visa cards, an undisclosed amount of cash and an armed forces I.D.

-Domestic incident from Pilgrim Lane (residence).

 

Pelham

Feb. 14

-Criminal mischief from the 9300 block of Helena Road (parking lot/garage). Destroyed/damaged was an unlisted vehicle.

Feb. 15

-Identity theft (two counts) from the 2000 block of Valleydale Road (commercial/office building).

Feb. 17

-Criminal mischief from the 200 block of Racquet Club Parkway (government/public building). Destroyed/damaged were miscellaneous items valued at $300.

-Theft from the 8100 block of Helena Road (parking lot/garage). Stolen were a tire and rim.

Feb. 18

-Theft from the 100 block of Metro Parkway (parking lot/garage). Stolen were five car parts valued at a combined $13,500.

-Safe Street Act violation from the 500 block of Cahaba Valley Road (parking lot/garage).

-Fraud from the 3500 block of Wildewood Drive (residence). Stolen was U.S. currency in the amount of $8,000.

-Theft from the 2100 block of Pelham Parkway (department/discount store). Stolen were a cutter valued at $227 and four food items valued at a combined $26.34.

Feb. 19

-Theft from the 600 block of Adam Drive (residence). Stolen was sporting goods valued at $599.99.

-Theft from the 100 block of Commerce Drive (commercial/office building). Stolen were three items of electronics valued at $14.99, $14.99 and $13.06, respectively.

-Fraud from the 600 block of Adam Drive (bank/savings and loan). Stolen was a check in the amount of $2,759.33.

-Breaking and entering vehicle from Southgate Mobile Home Park (residence). Destroyed/damaged was a window valued at $100.

Alabaster Reporter

I-65 lane closures expected April 12-15

Montevallo

One arrested in Montevallo area shooting death

Alabaster Main Story

Alabaster man arrested on rape charges

Alabaster Reporter

Severe weather possible today and tonight

Helena

How Helena Middle’s softball team earned more than 300 wins

Alabaster Reporter

ACS and PCS to continue to require masks

280 Reporter

Shelby County Schools keeping masks until April 23

Alabaster Main Story

Alabaster City Schools impressive Cognia Accredation score

Alabaster Main Story

Former doctor convicted of sexual abuse, child porn given maximum sentence

Alabaster Reporter

Thompson Scholars Bowl team advances to state

Alabaster Main Story

Troy Chancellor Hawkins to deliver Thompson keynote address

Alabaster Main Story

Carmeuse Longview holds virtual career day with Alabaster City Schools

Columbiana

CMS Scholars Bowl team headed to state

Business

Chick-fil-A opens in Helena

Business

Campus 124 seeking local artists for murals

Alabaster Main Story

THS jazz bands to hold free concert

Montevallo

UM named top college theatre program in Alabama

280 Main Story

Virtual Taste of Teal Gala set for May 1-14

280 Reporter

Local leukemia patient inspires community to ‘B positive’

Montevallo

Montevallo Arts Fest set for April 17

Montevallo

UM sees enrollment growth in graduate programs

280 Main Story

UPDATE: Ivey announces ‘Safer Apart’ order beginning April 9

Events

Poker run to raise money for Down Syndrome charities

News

PCS recognized for its music education programs