Here is a look at the incidents that were reported to the Cullman City Police Department for Tuesday:
• Failure to appear-expired tag — Natosha D. Crabtree, 32, of Cullman arrested at the Cullman County Detention Center.
• Criminal mischief — 10th Ave. SE, damage to window-$393.
• Theft of property — Lee Ave. SW, miscellaneous-$1,100.
• Theft of property — Highway 157, 2013 GMC Yukon-$40,000.
• Identity theft — Timberlane Drive.
• Theft of property — Catoma Package, County Road 1435, alcohol-$6.
Here is a look at the incidents reported to the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office for Tuesday:
• Unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia — Joseph Patrick Baker, 37, arrested at the Cullman County Detention Center.
• Domestic violence — Cathy Lee Cruz, 35, arrested on County Road 1513.
• Domestic violence — Natalie Regina Fields, 53, arrested on County Road 793.
• Truancy — Brandi Michelle Handley, 39, arrested at the Cullman County Detention Center.
• Domestic violence — Dennis Warron Haynes, 55, arrested on County Road 793.
• Harassment — Ronald Patrick Jordan, 36, arrested at the Cullman County Detention Center.
• Failure to appear-unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance — Michael Wayne Pierce, 24, arrested at the Cullman County Courthouse.
• Unlawful possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana — Patrick Oneal Taylor, 38, arrested on Brooklyn Road at Highway 278 E.
• Theft of property — Edward Dean Thornton, 54, arrested at the Cullman County Detention Center.
• Domestic violence — Oak Dr. NE.
• Domestic violence — Highway 157.
• Burglary — County Road 436.
• Criminal mischief — County Road 940.
• Harassment — Daniel Road.
These reports are taken from the Cullman 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 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.