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February 17, 2014

Arrests, incident reports for Feb. 5-7, 2014


The Cullman Times

— Arrests, incidents reports for Feb. 5-7, 2014

Here is a look at the incidents that were reported to the Cullman City Police Department for Wednesday through Friday:

Arrests

 Second-degree criminal mischief — George M. Johnson, 24, of Cullman arrested Third Street Southwest.

Thursday

 Third-degree theft of property— Jacob C. Mann, 18, of Cullman arrested at Belk.

 Failure to appear on public intoxication and public lewdness charges — Brian H. Walker, 29, of Cullman arrested at First Avenue and Ninth Street Southeast.

 Unlawful manufacture of a substance — Kevin D. Riggs, 51, of Cullman arrested County Road 1192.

Friday

 Failure to appear on public intoxication charge —George M. Johnson, 24, of Cullman arrested at Cullman County Detention Center.

 Driving under the influence — Treinidy L. Wilson, 34, of Vinemont arrested at Second Avenue and Arnold Street.

 Third-degree criminal trespassing — Cameran A. Evans, 20, of Falkville arrested on Logan Street.

Sunday

 Unlawful possession or receipt of controlled substance — Jennifer A. Couch, 31, of Baileyton arrested at Third Street and Second Avenue Southeast.

 Unlawful possession or receipt of controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia — Eric M. Adamson, 28, of Baileyton arrested at Third Street and Second Avenue Southeast.



Incidents

Feb. 11

 Theft of property — Wal-Mart, Olive Street Southwest, merchandise, $49, arrest made.

 False information to law enforcement officer — Olive Street Southwest, arrest made.

Friday

 Third-degree criminal trespassing — Logan Street Southwest, arrest made.

Saturday

 Third-degree burglary — Saint Joseph Street Northwest, pistol and grill, $1,350.

 Theft of property — Ninth Street and Fourth Avenue Northeast, bag and contents, $450.

 Theft of property and fraudulent use of a credit/ debit card — Market Platz Center, Olive Street Southwest, debit card with miscellaneous charges, $190.

Sunday

 Third-burglary — 10th Avenue Southeast, pressure washer, two heaters and miscellaneous, $600.



Here is a look at the incidents reported to the Hanceville Police Department for Feb. 8 through Friday:

Arrests

 Resisting arrest, public intoxication and attempting to elude — Clint Mooney, 34, of Garden City, arrested on Main Street.

 Failure to appear/ pay/ comply — Alan Black, 51, of Hanceville arrested on Hopewell Road for another agency.

 Failure to appear/ pay/ comply — Gregory Ashley, 50, of Cullman arrested on Main Street.

 Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance — Noah Bowman, 24, of Fultondale arrested in Hanceville for another agency.

 Failure to appear/ pay/ comply — Christopher Sprouse, 40, of Oakman arrested in Hanceville for another agency.

 Negotiating a worthless negotiable instrument — Jessica Willingham, 25, of Cullman arrested at Hanceville Police Department.

 Failure to appear/ pay/ comply —Larry Thomas, 66, of Hayden arrested in Hayden.

 Minor in possession of alcohol and public intoxication — Dauriel Harwood, 19, of Hanceville arrested on College Drive.

 Minor in possession of alcohol and public intoxication — Donique Harwood, 23, of Hanceville arrested on College Drive.

  Failure to appear/ pay/ comply —Michael Warren, 47, of Albertville arrested at U.S. 31 and McNutt Street for another agency.

  Failure to appear/ pay/ comply — Alex Morgan, 28, of Hanceville arrested at Hanceville Police Department.

  Failure to appear/ pay/ comply — Warren Fanning, 27, of Hanceville arrested at Hanceville Police Department.

  Failure to appear/ pay/ comply — Sindy Lynn Dodson, 31, arrested at County roads 617 and 606 for another agency.

 Negotiating a worthless negotiable instrument —Adam Ruben Beard, 29, of Hanceville arrested at Blount County Jail.



Incidents

 Resisting arrest, public intoxication and attempting to elude — Main Street Northeast, arrest made.

 Third-degree theft of property — Ashwander Street.

 Third-degree domestic violence — Blountsville Street.

 Public intoxication and minor in possession of alcohol — College Drive, arrest made.

 Public intoxication and minor in possession of alcohol — College Drive, arrest made.

 Third-degree domestic violence — Tennessee Avenue.

 Third-degree domestic violence — Commercial Street.

 Overdose — Forrest Drive.



These reports were taken from Cullman Fire and Rescue and reflect fire incidents for Friday through Sunday:

Friday

 False alarm— Woodland Nursing Home, 1900 Olive St. S.W.

 Basic life support — Northcrest Drive Northwest

 Advanced life support — Lakehill Street Northwest

 Motor vehicle accident — Saint Joseph Drive and Beth Street Northwest

 Advanced life support — Piggly Wiggly, 4993 Alabama 157 N.W.

 Advanced life support — Margaret Street Northwest

Saturday

 False alarm— Woodland Nursing Home, 1900 Olive St. S.W.

 Basic life support— REHAU, 2424 Industrial Drive S.W.

 Basic life support —  Lee Avenue Southwest

 Basic life support  — Veterans Drive Southwest

 Basic life support —Harmony Avenue Southwest

 Basic life support — Hickory Avenue Southwest

Sunday

 Vegetation fire — 1608 Ridge St. N.W.

 Advanced life support — First Baptist Church, 401 Second Ave. S.W.

 Advanced life support — Veigl Village Court Southwest



Editor’s note: Incident reports from the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office were not available Monday due to the state holiday. Reports will be published in Wednesday’s Times.



These reports are taken from the Cullman Police Department, Hanceville Police Department and the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office incidents reports. All information reflects the opinions of the complainants.

The data these reports provide are only arrest and booking information and should not be relied upon to determine an individual's actual criminal record. This data may not reflect charging decisions made by the District Attorney's Office or the outcome of criminal trials. An acquittal or dismissal of a criminal charge does not necessarily negate the validity of an arrest.

Anyone with any information about a crime is asked to call the police department at 734-1434 or e-mail them at cullmanpd@cullmanpd.com, or the police department’s investigation office at investigation@cullmanpd.com; or the sheriff’s office at 734-0342 or e-mail the investigation division at ccinvestigation@yahoo.com.