Here is a look at the incidents that were reported to the Cullman Police Department for Monday:
Failure to appear-driving while revoked (2 counts); insurance violation — Jonathan Burns, 31, of Hanceville arrested at Hanceville.
Theft of property (3rd degree) — Dorinda Calvert Edwards, 35, of Cullman arrested at U.S. Highway 31 S at Walker Brothers.
Unlawful possession of a controlled substance — Rayburn Lynn Baker, 43, of Cullman arrested at U.S. Highway 278 E and Ala. Highway 69.
Receiving stolen property (2nd degree) — Jimmy Lee Persall, 33, of Cullman arrested at the Cullman County Detention Center.
Burglary (2nd degree) — Pinewood Drive NW. Shop tools valued at $1,010.
Here is a look at the arrests that were reported to the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office for Saturday:
Contempt of court - domestic incindent — Daniel Ponder, arrested at County Road 940.
Contempt of court (2 counts) — Elizabeth McBroom, arrested at an undisclosed location.
Abandonment of child (3 counts) — Scotty Taylor, arrested at the Cullman County Detention Center.
Failure to appear/comply/pay — Dusty Randall, arrested at the Cullman County Detention Center.
Assault; disorderly conduct; disturbing the peace; attempting to elude — Jeffery Grimes arrested at County Road 1716.
Here is a look at the incidents that were reported to the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office for Monday:
Theft of property (2nd degree) — County Road 225. Diamond rings valued at $1,600.
Dog bite — County Road 1422.
Found property — County Road 702. Pressure washer valued at $500.
Unlawful possession of a controlled substance — County Road 1185.
Unlawful breaking and entering of a vehicle — County Road 54. Chainsaw valued at $200.
Criminal mischief — County Road 591. Damage to garage door valued at $500.
Harassment — County Road 487.
Violation of protection order — U.S. Highway 278 W.
Structure fire — County Road 1716.
Theft of property (3rd degree) — County Road 1742. Saws valued at $350.
Theft of property (2nd degree) — U.S. Highway 278 E. 150 gallons of diesel fuel valued at $720.
Burglary (3rd degree) — U.S. Highway 31 N. Currency valued at $250.
* These reports are taken from the Cullman Police Department’s, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org, or the police department’s investigation office at email@example.com; or the sheriff’s office at 734-0342 or e-mail the investigation division at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Times' Morning Update for Monday, March 10, 2014
Good morning, readers, take a look at what’s happening today in Cullman County:
Residents want ‘humility,’ ‘accountability’ in next school superintendent
Local residents want a humble, accountable and visionary leader to take over as the next superintendent of the Cullman County Board of Education — at least according to a survey that’ll be used to whittle down the five finalists for the position.
Merchants Bank embraces corporate citizen role
Established in 1907, in Hanceville, Merchants Bank is one of the concerned and caring businesses that make Cullman such a special place to live. Because of businesses like this one, and others who make it a point to give back to the community, Cullman can offer services, recreation and educational opportunities that are enjoyed throughout the county.
Gentry leads February fundraising in sheriff’s race
Cullman County Sheriff candidate Matt Gentry outraised incumbent Mike Rainey in February campaign fundraising, however the sitting sheriff still maintains a larger campaign fund.
HPD: Boaz man charged with attempted murder after trying to run over police chief
A Boaz man is in jail on attempted murder charges after Hanceville police said he tried to run over the city’s police chief Friday afternoon.
County park sponsoring Bassmasters Elite Series Pro fisherman Kevin Hawk
Cullman County hopes to reel in more business and tourism at Smith Lake by signing Bassmasters Elite Series professional fisherman Kevin Hawk to a two-year sponsorship, officials announced Friday.
Hanceville woman arrested for two counts of drug distribution
A Hanceville woman was arrested by Cullman Narcotics Enforcement Team (CNET) agents on Thursday for previously selling meth to undercover officers.
CPD Chief, sheriff, candidates weigh in on gun bill
Candidates for Cullman County Sheriff weighed in on a bill that would let people carry loaded pistols in their vehicles without a concealed carry permit.
Arrests, incidents reports for March 6, 2014
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Career tech, dual-enrollment scholarship bill passes
Local education officials hope a new dual-enrollment scholarship program created by the Alabama Legislature will help open up career opportunities for more students, by providing assistance to high school students wanting to take technology courses simultaneously at a community college.
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