For the record
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The Daily Mountain Eagle will release arrest reports from area law enforcement agencies each week.

CARBON HILL POLICE DEPARTMENT

Sept. 17

Aisha Janei Mcghee, 24, Carbon Hill: assault 2nd; harassment; menacing; resisting arrest.

Sept. 23

Dylan Kier Frederick, 23, Hamilton: failure to appear.

Sept. 25

Maggie Larenda Dobbins, 28, Carbon Hill: criminal trespass 3rd.

Christopher Ryan Fuller, 26, Carbon Hill: criminal trespass 3rd.

CORDOVA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Sept. 22

Kevin Lynn Martin, 25, Cordova: driving while suspended.

DORA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Sept. 18

Stephanie Freeman, 33, Birmingham: failure to appear.

Edward Hastings Morgan, 44, Dora: probation violation.

Christina Lee Naramore, 39, Cordova: failure to appear.

Carl Andrew Frost, 41, Dora: drug paraphernalia: driving under the influence.

Sept. 19

Brian Sharun Williams, 35, Empire: probation violation.

Sept. 20

Brian Sharun Williams, 35, Empire: possession of a controlled substance; promoting prison contraband.

Sept. 21

Randal Wilson Vintson, 42, Dora: failure to appear.

John Anthony Lovell, 33, Dora: probation violation.

Sept. 22

Emanuel Jones, 60, Dora: 2 counts - possession of controlled substance; improper lights; failure to signal.

Sept. 23

Jason Scott Conner, 33, Dora: drug paraphernalia; possession of controlled substance.

JASPER POLICE DEPARTMENT

Sept. 18

Jamie L. Collier, 29, Dora: theft of property 3rd; criminal mischief 1st; theft of property 2nd; burglary 3rd.

Connie G. Key, 37, Nauvoo: failure to appear.

Sammy C. Lewis, 35, Nauvoo: failure to appear.

Robbie L. Hobbs, 30, Sipsey: failure to appear.

Robert Lopez, 35, Jasper: failure to appear.

Jennifer J. Guyton, 35, Jasper: 2 counts - failure to appear.

George A. Ivey, 49, Jasper: public intoxication.

Janet W. Parker, 54, Jasper: public intoxication.

James R. McGrain III, 24, Jasper: failure to appear.

Thomas M. Swindle, 33, Jasper: domestic violence.

Jamie M. Swindle, 31, Jasper: domestic violence.

Sept. 19

Donna K. Downs, 32, Jasper: theft of property 3rd.

Sept. 20

Brittany J. Walker, 32, Jasper: theft of property 3rd.

Allean L. Holiday, 27, Jasper: domestic violence.

Sept. 21

Horace N. Chappell, 57, Jasper: theft of property 2nd.

Connie G. Key, 37, Nauvoo: receiving stolen property; receiving stolen property 2nd.

Kevin R. Gardner, 33, Oakman: burglary 3rd; theft of property 2nd.

Nathan L. Richardson, 29, Jasper: burglary 3rd; theft of property 2nd; criminal mischief 1st; theft of property 3rd.

Miguel P. Lux, 24, Jasper: public intoxication.

Roberto C. Hernandez, 22, Jasper: public intoxication.

Sept. 22

Ogla H. Ascar, 37, Jasper: theft of property 3rd.

Sept. 23

Lonita J. McCollum, 33, Jasper: 2 counts - failure to appear.

Jill E. Wagner, 31, Cordova: disorderly conduct; public intoxication.

Donald E. Tolbert, 44, Jasper: failure to appear.

Francis D. Tolbert, 49, Birmingham: failure to appear.

Lacinda S. Yocum, 38, Nauvoo: theft of property 3rd; escape 3rd.

Paul S. Panter, 33, Oakman: theft of property.

Blaine C. Jones Jr., 43, Empire: failure to appear.

Emily A. Cole, 30, Hanceville: public intoxication.

Michael G. Brinley Jr., 43, Jasper: public intoxication; illegal possession of prescription drugs.

PARRISH POLICE DEPARTMENT

Sept. 18

Milton Daniel Frost, 32, Parrish: resisting arrest; harassment.

Sept. 20

Eugene Bean, 44, Parrish: domestic violence 3rd.

Terry Johnson, 46, Parrish: criminal mischief.

Jeffrey Pearl, 46, Parrish: domestic violence 3rd.

Sept. 25

James “Tootie” Blankenship, 53, Parrish: 2 counts - theft of property; shoplifting.

Ashley Nicole Williams, 27, Parrish: receiving stolen property.

SUMITON POLICE DEPARTMENT

Sept. 20

Anthony Ray Harris, 50, Sipsey: burglary 3rd; theft of property 3rd; criminal mischief 1st.

WALKER COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Sept. 19

Jamie David Lawson, 56, Jasper: assault 3rd; resisting arrest.

Stan Royster, 47, Jasper: probation violation.

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 criminal charges does not necessarily negate the validity of an arrest.