Police Report published Feb. 2, 2013
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Jan. 25

George Wiley Posey, 59, Townley: burglary 2nd; theft of property (motor vehicle)

Kimberly L. Whitlow Nuckols, 39, Cordova: receiving stolen property 3rd; possession of drug paraphernalia; possession of a controlled substance; public intoxication

Daniel Craig Whisenhunt, 27, Nauvoo: theft of deception 2nd; receiving stolen property 2nd

Aquintez Jeleil Harris, 26, Cordova: possession of drug paraphernalia; possession of marijuana 2nd

Michael Dale Newborn, 35, Oakman: receiving stolen property 2nd

Jeremy Patrick Warren, 36, Dora: theft of property 2nd

Jan. 26

Christina Renee Yates, 26, Cordova: possession of drug paraphernalia; possession of a controlled substance

Jan. 27

Casaundra Kim Foust, 47, Cordova: domestic violence 3rd

Mark Joseph Foust, 48, Cordova: domestic violence 3rd


Jan. 23

Larry Gene Burr, 35, Pleasant Grove: harassing communications

Jan. 25

Bridgett Diane Jenkins, 38, Dora: possession of controlled substance; possession of drug paraphernalia

Jan. 27

Amy Nicole Payne, 27, Dora: possession of marijuana 2nd


Jan. 23

Daniel Cunningham, 31, Dora: public intoxication

Robert Preston, 57, Warrior: public intoxication

Roger Young, 69, Bend, Ore.: public intoxication

Charlotte Bowen, 48, Cordova: cash warrants; public intoxication; giving false name to law enforcement officer

Jan. 25

Brian Linha, 39, Quinton: failure to appear

Barry Pate, 58, Adamsville: public intoxication

Cortney Cagle, 23, Adamsville: public intoxication

Christopher Wood, 32, Birmingham: public intoxication

Jeremy Gober, 22, Adamsville: public intoxication

Christopher Bridges, 30, Jasper: failure to appear; theft of property

Jan. 26

Michael Camp, 33, Dora: hold for other agency

Kalesha Camp, 25, Sumiton: hold for other agency

Donna Herron, 52, Cordova: theft of property

Jan. 27

Kimberly Cruz, 39, Jasper: theft of property

Alisha Head, 27, Jasper: theft of property

Jan. 28

James Swack, 42, Dora: failure to appear

Geneva Madison, 31, Sipsey: failure to appear

Jan. 29

Glen Green, 60, Sumiton: cash warrants

Maggie Key, 29, Jasper: possession of drug paraphernalia

Courtney Shanks, 19, Empire: theft of property

Kimberly Smith, 37, Moody: cash warrants

Jan. 30

Rodney Farley, 49, Bessemer: 2 counts failure to appear

Bobbie Lynn Rainey, 34, Empire: public intoxication


Jan. 24

Haley Etta Kilgore, 32, Sipsey: domestic violence 3rd

Jan. 25

Anthony Glen Hunt, 29, Carbon Hill: unlawful possession of marijuana 1st; unlawful possession of a controlled substance; conspiracy to commit a control substance; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

Gary Allen Decatur, 33, Jasper: possession of a controlled substance

Bryan D. Grace, 45, Jasper: court referral office.

Christopher Roy Poole, 30, Carbon Hill: failure to appear - driving while revoked; failure to appear - possession of marijuana 2nd; failure to appear - possession drug paraphernalia

Jan. 26

Gary Hagood, 62, Quinton: warrant - violation of court referral office

Lisa Ann Johnsey Gonzalez, 49, Jasper: possession of a forged instrument 2nd

Jan. 27

Jerry Jeff Lollar, 25, Jasper: warrant - bond revocation; warrant - bond revocation

Jan. 28

Alisha Megan Head, 27, Jasper: violation drug court program

Jason Anthony Deal, 28, Jasper: unlawful manufacture of a controlled substance 1st; unlawful possession of a controlled substance; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia; chemical endangerment; warrant - trafficking in meth; warrant - unlawful manufacture of a controlled substance 1st; warrant - unlawful possession of a controlled substance; warrant - unlawful possession of marijuana 1st

Barbara Welch Adams, 65, Sipsey; menacing

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 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.