Weekend operation ends with 49 arrests in Jasper

By RON HARRIS
Daily Mountain Eagle
ron.harris@mountaineagle.com
Posted 6/30/20

An operation spread out over three days ended with 49 people arrested by Jasper police on charges ranging from possession of illegal drugs to theft of property and failure to appear in …

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Weekend operation ends with 49 arrests in Jasper

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An operation spread out over three days ended with 49 people arrested by Jasper police on charges ranging from possession of illegal drugs to theft of property and failure to appear in court. 

Beginning Friday, Jasper police were spread out across the city — and in some instances across the county — to serve warrants they held after cases were made by JPD narcotics officers and investigators.

Jasper Police Chief J.C. Poe said everyone in the department — including patrol officers, dispatchers, investigators and narcotics officers — were to be commended for the work they did on the cases. 

“What I’m most proud of is that the different divisons in the department worked so well together to make this happen,” Poe said. “It takes more than just our narcotics division or our detectives to make this happen. It takes everyone working together.”

Poe said the support given by Mayor David O’Mary and the Jasper City Council is also imperative for the department to be successful.

Those arrested, and charges filed against them, were: 

•Cade Chance Cooley, 23, of Jasper, two counts of unlawful distribution of a controlled substance.

•Stephen Jermaine Rodgers, 43, of Jasper, unlawful distribution of a controlled substance.

•Andrea Rene Harper, 53, of Jasper, unlawful distribution of a controlled substance.

•Alvin Roy Muse, 63, of Jasper, unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

•Melony Hope Chappell, 39, of Jasper, unlawful distribution of a controlled substance. unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

•Asa Herman Poe, 47, of Jasper, two counts of unlawful possession of a controlled substance, first-degree possession of marijuana, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

•Laura Leanne Walden, 50 of Nauvoo, unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

•James Edward Jenkins, 50, of Jasper, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, second-degree possession of marijuana, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, illegal possession of prescription drugs.

•Steven Jerome Barker, 45, of Jasper, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, second-degree possession of marijuana, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, public intoxication.

•Lauren Sharae Bridges, 33, of Sumiton, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, second-degree possession of marijuana, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, public intoxication.

•Lindsey Mercale Chambers, 30, of Sumiton, two counts of unlawful possession of a controlled substance, second-degree possession of marijuana, illegal possession of prescription drugs.

•Jason Dwight Parker Jr., 23, of Jasper, second-degree possession of marijuana, third-degree criminal trespassing. 

•Jewel Danan Parham, 42, of Jasper, second-degree possession of marijuana, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to appear in court.

•Cameron Lane Cooke, 24, of Jasper, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia,

•Rachel Lee Downs Jr., 53, of Jasper, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

•Angela Renee Bennett, 39, of Jasper, illegal possession of prescription drugs. 

•Johnny Harold Tidwell Jr., 31, of Jasper, unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle, fourth-degree theft of property.

•Samantha Michelle Willoughby, 29, of Cordova, first-degree forgery, fourth-degree theft of property.

•Kionte Jeshon Harris, 24, of Jasper, bond revocation.

•Adrian Obryant Andrews, 35, of Montevallo, first-degree theft of property. 

•Kelsey Elizabeth Perdue, 19, of Jasper, DUI.

•William Cody Baxter, 27, of Nauvoo, DUI, 

•Edward Natale Munao, 26, of Jasper, DUI.

•Elijah David Key, 21, of Jasper, fourth-degree theft of property, third-degree criminal trespassing.

•Jami Michelle Lugo, 41, of Cordova, public intoxication.

•David Adam Black, 29, of Jasper, public intoxication.

•Zaria Monae Porter, 19, of Jasper, third-degree criminal trespassing.

•Sarah Elaine Kytle, 24, of Parrish, third-degree criminal trespassing.

•Robert Andrew Maddox, 33, of Jasper, third-degree criminal trespassing.

•Antonio Jerrell Foster, 39, of Hueytown, failure to appear in court.

•Brad Allen Dabbs, 34, of Jasper, failure to appear in court.

•Dena Gale Spriet, 30, of Cordova, two counts of failure to appear in court.

•Douglas Ray Lashum, 55, of Dora, failure to appear in court.

•Christopher Richard Lee, 34, of Nauvoo, failure to appear in court.

•Johnny Eugene Cato, 37, of Jasper, failure to appear in court.

•Jessie David Little Jr., 54, of Jasper, failure to appear in court, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

•Brittany Nicole Stewart, 35, of Jasper, failure to appear in court.

•Emily Vanessa Nguyen Williams, 24, of Jasper, failure to appear in court.

•Zachery Neil Aaron, 33, of Jasper, failure to appear in court.

•Theodore Dickerson, 63, of Jasper, failure to appear in court.

•Mark Brandon Allen, 42, of Jasper, failure to appear in court, public intoxication.

•Marco Leshell Emmitt, 42, of Jasper, failure to appear in court.

•Richard Byron Danuel, 48, of Parrish, failure to appear in court.

Timothy Larmar Johnson, 37, of Opelika, failure to appear in court.

•Jason Wayne Terry, 38, of Carbon Hill, failure to appear in court.

•David Michal Griffith, 45, of Jasper, failure to appear in court.

•Seth Thomas Dickinson, 31, of Jasper, failure to appear in court.

•Patrick Lee Ennis, 24, of Dora, failure to appear in court.

•Christopher Matthews Sanders, 46, of Jasper, failure to appear in court.

“I’m extremely proud of our department for the work that was put in to making these arrests possible,” Poe said.