Police Reports
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CORDOVA POLICE DEPARTMENT

May 14

David Jackson Crawford, 45, Jasper: 2 counts - failure to appear.

May 19

Kimberly Michelle Howell, 28, Cordova: possession of drug paraphernalia; unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

DORA POLICE DEPARTMENT

May 13

Jeffery Dale Cooper, 46, Sumiton: probation warrant    

May 14

Belinda Jo Holtbrook, 51, Sumiton: giving false id to law enforcement; driving under the influence; alias warrant; dl not in possession; operating vehicle w/o insurance

Theodore Lamont Hopson, 38, Dora: alias warrant

May 17

Dale Franklin Sargent, 57, Quinton: possession of marijuana 2nd (Adamsville pd warrant)

Gary Lynn Questad, 54, Dora: negotiating worthless instrument (Cullman County SO warrant)

Beauford Lee Lovelady, 53, Trafford: possession of drug paraphernalia (St. Clair County SO warrant)

Jonathan Deon Dixon, 24, Parrish: minor possession of alcohol (Adamsville pd warrant)

JASPER POLICE DEPARTMENT

May 11

Travis Leonard Moore, 25, Parrish: failure to appear.

Brooke Lashae Ennis, 21, Kansas, Alabama: possession of marijuana 2nd.

May 12

Jeremy Brent Hosmer, 39, Oakman: failure to appear.

Darlene McGee Talley, 57, Jasper: theft of property 3rd.

Anthony Andre Meadows, 40, Jasper: terrorist threat.

May 13

Brian Darnell Casey Sr., 42, Jasper: possession of a controlled substance; possession of drug paraphernalia; assault 2nd; resisting arrest.

May 14

Donna Annette Harton, 54, Jasper: theft of property 3rd.

May 15

Zackery Vershon Casey, 27, Jasper: failure to appear.

Kenneth Dewayne Jones, 30, Jasper: 2 counts - failure to appear.

May 16

Shannon Beth Card, 31, Jasper: failure to appear.

Billy Jack Bridges, 39, Cordova: assault 1st; criminal mischief 1st.

Christopher Scott Simmons Jr., 22, Jasper: failure to appear; possession of drug paraphernalia.

May 17

Kaitlyn Hope Butler, 21, Jasper: driving under the influence of alcohol.

SUMITON POLICE DEPARTMENT

May 15

Jayson Lynn McCullar, 37, Jasper: theft of property 2nd.

WALKER COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

May 14

Jason Anthony Deal, 29, Jasper: arrest warrant - drug court.

Christopher Wayne Stevens, 27, Dora: violation of release order; theft of property 2nd.

Bradley Scott Alexander, 46, Carbon Hill: writ/contempt.

May 15

Jamie Lynn Griffin, 34, Jasper: unlawful possession of a controlled substance; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

Valerie Jean Herrst, 42, Jasper: intimidating a witness.

May 16

Timothy Lynn Quillen, 30, Oakman: arrest warrant - court referral office violation.

Christopher Eugene Moore, 26, Oakman: burglary 3rd; theft of property 1st; resisting arrest; bond revocation.

Sara Marie Buckler, 24, Oakman: hindering prosecution 1st.

Christopher Lynn Pickle, 25, Jasper: unlawful possession of a controlled substance; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

May 17

Jessica Rae Kilpatrick, 31, Jasper: possession of a forged instrument; failure to appear - possession of prescription medication.

May 19

Ralph Curlin Gonzales, 34, Quinton: unlawful possession of a controlled substance; certain person forbidden to possess a pistol.

Terrell Matthew Hann, 28, Nauvoo: attempted to elude; harassment.

May 20

Christopher Lee Aldridge, 36, Carbon Hill: failure to appear.

SIPSEY POLICE DEPARTMENT

May 20

Randall Scott Anderson, 29, no address available: contempt of court.

DOUBLE SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT

May 5

Jessica Kyle Phillips, 32, Double Springs: bench warrant.

Roy Oneal Moody, 51, Double Springs: driving under the influence - alcohol.

Andrew Riley Harris, 27, Phil Campbell: failing to appear (traffic).

Travis Earle Carlson, 45, Double Springs: public intoxication.

May 12

Terry Lynn Dale, 56, Double Springs: indecent exposure.

May 17

Christa Ann Pruitt, 21, Double Springs: domestic violence 3rd.

Susan Lea Williams, 34, Carbon Hill: alias writ of arrest.

WINSTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

May 5

Terry Shawn Hamby, 35, Haleyville: bench warrant.

Adam Lee Camp, 26, Bear Creek: non-support.

May 6

Lynda Kaye Beasley, 42, Hackleburg: theft of property 3rd ($500 or less) - shoplifting.

Steven Wayne Overton, 36, Double Springs: probation violation; bail jumping 1st; bench warrant.

Thomas Earl Cummings, 55, Haleyville: sodomy 2nd.

May 7

Adam Blake Hendon, 19, Jasper: bail jumping 2nd.

May 8

Jonathan Adam Griffith, 30, Arley: bail jumping 2nd.

Kristy Renea Akers, 36, Nauvoo: failure to make child attend school.

Karen Elizabeth Colley, 33, Arley: failure to make child attend school.

Melissa Ann Kimbrell, 35, Double Springs: contempt of court.

Jessica Johnnie Gail Borden, 31, Haleyville: return for court appearance.

Marty Lou Smith, 48, Nauvoo: return for court appearance; bench warrant.

Jeannie Nicole Williams, 33, Haleyville: possession of a forged instrument 2nd; 3 counts - insufficient funds check (negotiation non-negotiable worthless instrument).

May 9

Billy Wayne Smith, 43, Gordo: return for court appearance.

Matthew Terry Ervin Ward, 23, Double Springs: bench warrant.

Roberto John Pagan, 25, Haleyville: probation violation.

Charles Deglenn Clark, 33, Haleyville: receiving stolen property 2nd; bench warrant.

Joseph Wayne Flake, 31, Haleyville: probation violation.

May 12

Patricia Ann Busbee, 51, Carbon Hill: escape 3rd; bail jumping 1st.

Tiffany Renee West, 30, Bankston: bench warrant.

May 14

Eric Frank Gurganus, 35, Arley: burglary 3rd; 2 counts - theft of property 1st.

May 15

Devin Ray Pruitt, 34, Arley: 3 counts - failing to appear (traffic).

Daniel Earl Smith, 31, Arley: bail jumping 2nd.

Tracy Lynn Millwood, 42, Double Springs: bench warrant.

May 16

Heather Rene Hammock, 24, Addison: theft of services 3rd.

Dustin Shaun Dyer, 27, Double Springs: domestic violence 2nd.

LYNN POLICE DEPARTMENT

May 8

Aaron Ray Carmack, 22, Nauvoo: possession of drug paraphernalia; unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

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.