Arrest Reports
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May 18

Bobby Joe Lynn, 28, Townley: resisting arrest; attempting to elude

May 20

Marshall Manasco, 44, Carbon Hill: domestic violence 3rd

May 29

Glenn Davis, 41, Nauvoo: failure to appear

May 31

Ildefonso Lopez, 24, Townley: public intoxication

Charles Cosper, 56, Carbon Hill: possession of controlled substance

June 1

Erica Szeremet, 27, Hackleburg: possession of controlled substance; possession of drug paraphernalia; illegal possession of precription drugs

June 3

Keith Eadie, 32, Carbon Hill: public intoxication; possession of drug paraphernalia


May 28

Dustin Deon Graham, 25, Sumiton: probation violation

Joseph Samuel White, 36, Quinton: failure to appear

May 29

Juvenile, 13, Dora: harassment

Terri Lynn Robinson, 45, Sumiton: fugitive from justice

May 30

Erin Brett Dill, 38, Dora: domestic violence

May 31

Blaine Carl Jones, 44, Empire: failure to appear

Jedadias Nathaniel Earley, 27, Jasper: attempting to elude; resisting arrest; speeding; reckless driving; no insurance; expired tag

June 1

James Aaron Lovell, 20, Cordova: probation violation

Charles Wesley Filmon, 61, Graysville: failure to appear

June 2

William Wesley Thomas III, 20, Hoover: criminal trespass 3rd


May 28

Kelly Erin Sanford, 33, Jasper: failure to appear

May 29

Tyler Mark Pair, 24, Jasper: theft of property 3rd

Narcisa Saludar Real, 52, Jasper: domestic violence

May 30

Susie Ann Willcutt, 25, Jasper: theft of property 3rd

Cynthia Renea Willcutt Kimbrell, 40, Berry: failure to appear

Casey Thomas Jones, 23, Jasper: failure to appear

May 31

Joseph Kyle Herald, 22, Oakman: possession of marijuana 2nd

Elizabeth Rae Wolfe, 19, Jasper: possession of marijuana 2nd; possession of drug paraphernalia

June 1

Karen Michelle Smitherman, 20, Jasper: 2 counts failure to appear


Arrest records withheld despite request from the Eagle.

The Daily Mountain Eagle will release arrest reports from area law enforcement agencies each week. The data these reports provide are only arrest and booking infor- mation, and should not be relied upon to determine an in- dividual’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 criminal charges does not necessarily negate the valid- ity of an arrest.