Police Reports
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DORA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Oct. 25

Michael Daniel Duncan, 29, Dora: kidnapping 2nd, rape 1st; enticing a minor for immoral purposes

Oct. 29

Ashley Neal Mitchell, 34, Dora: failure to appear

Charity Faith Gann, 27, Hayden: failure to appear

Cain Patrick James Myrick, 39, Dora: failure to appear

Oct. 30

Shaneka K. Baron, 28, Jasper: possession of a forged instrument 2nd; theft by deception 3rd; forgery 2nd

Nov. 4

Misty Lea Harrison, 35, Oakman: probation violation

Nov. 5

Anthony Gibert Boshell, 22, Dora: probation violation

Bryan Keith Levan, 43, Empire: failure to appear

Nov. 6

Glenn Fitzgerald Yancy, 36, Sayre: failure to appear

Justin Leon Jemison, 22, Dora: bench warrant

Nov. 7

Dequan Jerrel Carlisle, 19, Quinton: possession of controlled substance; reckless driving, attempting to elude, driving while license suspended; expired tag; possession of marijuan 1st; posession of drug paraphernalia; possession of marijuana 2nd

Robert Owen Shore, 34, Dora: failure to appear

Chana Nicole Laye, 29, Sumiton: failure to appear

Nov. 8

April Mahaffey Northington, 34, Warrior: probation violation

Cynthia Annette Talley, 31, Parrish: probation violation

DOUBLE SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT

Nov. 4

Travis Earle Carlson, 45, Double Springs: public intoxication

Nov. 6

Peter Charles Brinley, 26, Jasper: 2 counts - bail jumping

JASPER POLICE DEPARTMENT

Nov. 3

Rhonda Lynn Tomblin, 49, Jasper: public intoxication

Chasity Diane Fikes, 39, Dora: public intoxication

Kimberly Brooke Davis, 26, Jasper: domestic violence 3rd

Cody Mackenzie Vintson, 23, Jasper: domestic violence 3rd

Nov. 4

Peter Charles Brinley, 26, Jasper: 2 counts - failure to appear

Austin Kennedy Wright, 18, Empire: theft of property 3rd

Craig Wayne Ogle Jr., 44, Jasper: failure to appear

Nov. 6

Bryan Walter Smith, 36, Arley: failure to appear; possession of drug paraphernalia

Nov. 7

Johnny Eugene Taylor Cato, 31, Jasper: criminal trespass

Nov. 8

Vera Elizabeth Johnson, 30, Quinton: theft of property 3rd

Linda Wood McGatha, 49, Bessemer: driving under the influence of alcohol

Adam Kenneth Godwin, 34, Nauvoo: 2 counts - failure to appear

Sabrina Hope Wingo, 33, Sumiton: theft of property 3rd

Lisa Ann Hoskins Gann, 49, Jasper: criminal trespass 3rd

Nov. 9

Deborah Williams McClendon, 62, Jasper: failure to appear

Little Jack Morris, 39, Parrish: failure to appear

Nov. 11

Kevin Michael Blain, 31, Jasper: public intoxication

 

WALKER COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Nov. 5

Michael Lee Henderson, 23, Jasper: fugitive from justice

Nov. 7

Whitley Michelle McCollum, 22, Jasper: unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

DeQuan Jerrel Carlisle, 19, Quinton: revoked bond; attempting to elude; driving while suspended; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

Madison Brock Lucciano, 22, Jasper: unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

Nov. 8

Joshua Freeland, 21, Nauvoo: bond revocation.

Christopher Eric Lunday, 34, Jasper: manufacturing 1st; trafficking; possession of marijuana 2nd; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia; failure to appear on unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

Alexander Keith Mann, 19, Jasper: manufacturing 1st; trafficking; possession of marijuana 2nd; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

Krysta Nicole Horton, 19, Jasper: manufacturing 1st; trafficking; possession of marijuana 2nd; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

Eddie Peses, 32, Jasper: public intoxication.

Nov. 9

Jeffery Ray Murray, 32, Jasper: contempt/court referral office

Nov. 10

Demareus Jamarr Lake, 24, Jasper: failure to appear

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.