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Monday, 30 May 2011 16:51

Andalusia 7 Day Crime Report

Written by Staff

Assault

ASSAULT29 May 2011

200 Block STEWART ST

Domestic Incident

 

ASSAULT29 May 2011

300 Block STEWART ST

Domestic Incident

 

ASSAULT28 May 2011

200 Block N COTTON ST

Domestic Incident

 

ASSAULT27 May 2011

1000 Block FOXWOOD DR

Domestic Incident

 

ASSAULT27 May 2011

100 Block WOODRUFF ST

Harassment

 

ASSAULT26 May 2011

400 Block PERRY ST.

Harassment

 

ASSAULT26 May 2011

900 Block W RIVER FALLS STREET

Harassment

 

ASSAULT25 May 2011

100 Block W OPP AVENUE

Reckless Endangerment

 

ASSAULT24 May 2011

400 Block ELLIS ST

Harassment

 

ASSAULT24 May 2011

400 Block S COTTON ST

Harassment

 

ASSAULT23 May 2011

200 Block JOHNSON ST

Domestic Incident

 

ASSAULT23 May 2011

CHICKASAW ST

Harassment

 

 

 

 

 

 

Burglary

BREAKING & ENTERING25 May 2011

100 Block STEWART ST

Burglary Third Degree

 

 

 

 

 

Robbery

ROBBERY27 May 2011

200 Block S THREE NOTCH STREET

Robbery First Degree

 

 

 

 

 

 

Theft

THEFT28 May 2011

100 Block HILLCREST DR

Unlawful Breaking and Entering a Vehicle

 

THEFT27 May 2011

200 Block W BY PASS

Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 or less)

 

THEFT26 May 2011

300 Block E PACKER AVE

Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 or less)

 

THEFT26 May 2011

100 Block KATHRYN ST

Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater than $500 to $2,500)

 

THEFT25 May 2011

300 Block PELHAM ST

Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 or less)

 

THEFT25 May 2011

900 Block W RIVER FALLS STREET

Theft of Property Third Degree ($500 or less)

 

THEFT25 May 2011

100 Block E ANDALUSIA ESTATES DRIVE

Theft of Property First Degree (Greater than $2,500)

 

THEFT25 May 2011

100 Block AMMONS ST

Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater than $500 to $2,500)

 

THEFT23 May 2011

ANDALUSIA HIGH SCHOOL RM. 13

Theft of Property Second Degree (Greater than $500 to $2,500)

 

Monday, 30 May 2011 16:32

Covington County Jail & Media Report 05 29

Written by Staff

Covington County 911 Media Report

Sunday 05 29

70   Total Calls

4    Medical Emergency

1   MVA

3   General Disturbance

 

Jail-- 188

Booked in  --7

Released-- 13

 

Andalusia -Quiet

Opp-Quiet

in jail- 5

 

Covington County Jail Report

Friday 05 27 through Sunday 05 29

 

Friday 05 27

Name                age                                   Bond

Samantha Hassell  20      VOP                    -0-

Joshua L. Caldwell  36      FTA                    -0-

Shekesha Marshall  30      DUI                     $1,000.

Nathan Odom  29      Serving Weekends

Donna Johns  48       Serving Weekends

Linda S. Blue  61       Serving Weekends

Jeanette Cobb  40    Serving Weekends

Michael S. Baker  34    Serving Weekends

Sedrick D. Stanley  29    Serving Weekends

Ashdon E. Tate  21     Serving Weekends

Ervin D. Lane  31    Child Support x2                         -0-

Susan Gustafson  46    Public Intox

Saturday 05 28

Hayward J. Walters  50     POCS/PODP/

Resisting Arrest                   $16,000

Hold for Other Agency

Donnie D. Hay  21    POCS/PODP/POM2nd              $20,500

Sonya Adams  21     Serving Weekends

Antonio Ordon  33    Violation Probation                       -0-

Clifton J. Patrick  46   FTA/Obstruction                        $1,000/ No Bond

Malcom W. Jordan  41      VOP                                    $1,000

Sunday 05 29

Heather C. Kelley  18     Minor in Poss./

POM2nd/PODP                      $2,500.

Lauren E. Langford  19    Minor Consumption/

Poss.                                  $300.

Michael A. Garst  31    DUI/Carrying Concealed

Weapon                            $1,500.

James W. Suttles  22  DUI2nd/Fleeing & Eluding

Resisting Arrest             $2,500

Eddie L. Wright  55    FTA x3                                             -0-

Cornelius Marshall  43   TOP 1st x2                                      $40,000

 

Jeremy L. Blackburn  32     DUI                                          $7,500

 

ANNISTON, Ala. — It's been five years since the federal government suggested police agencies across the country retire their "10-4s" and code speak for plain English during dispatch calls.

But only one local agency has followed that recommendation and made the switch from the so-called "10-codes" to asking officers who call in incident reports to use regular, everyday English words.

For the past year, Anniston police have reported robberies, responded to assault scenes and called in for back-up using this plain-speech protocol. And officials with the department say they'll continue to stick with plain old English in the future, too.

"It just makes things simpler," Anniston police Chief Layton McGrady said. "And in stressful situations, plain talk was what you were going to fall back on anyway."

Allen George, an Anniston lieutenant, spent much of his time during the week following the April tornadoes assisting other public safety agencies in search-and-rescue efforts.

"It's necessary. Like with the tornado, when you start dealing with other agencies from outside the area, you start using 10-codes that are different, and plain speak becomes necessary as far as intercommunication," George said.

Different agencies use different codes. For example, Oxford police use "10-68" when responding to a report of gun-shots fired, but state troopers use that number to mean "present a written report," Oxford Sgt. L.G. Owens said.

The necessity of plain speech became apparent nationally first after Sept. 11 and then later after Hurricane Katrina, when police departments from across the states of New York and Louisiana responded to the tragedies and struggled to communicate effectively, largely because of mismatched 10-codes, a 2006 report from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security documents.

As a result, the department began to "strongly encourage" plain speech for internal operations, although it has not made the communication protocol a requirement.

Monday, 30 May 2011 15:33

Police search for shooter

Written by Eddie Lewis

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- A man shot Sunday night in the 2900 block of Alaska Avenue is expected to make a full recovery, police said.

Around 8 p.m., two men were arguing over something that happened earlier in the month when one of the men pulled out a pistol, police said.

According to reports, the gunman fired several shots, hitting the other man in the upper leg. Police said the injured man, Dewan Jones, 28, was transported to Huntsville Hospital and his injuries were not considered life threatening.

Police haven't made an arrest in the case, but said the shooter left the area driving a dark colored vehicle. Anyone with additional information is asked to call Huntsville police at 722-7100.

Monday, 30 May 2011 15:20

Crash leaves one dead

Written by Eddie Lewis

TALLADEGA COUNTY, Alabama - A Childersburg woman was killed in a one-vehicle crash Sunday evening, Alabama State Troopers report.

Janet Colburn, 46, was killed in the wreck that happened about 5:10 p.m. on Flag Pole Mountain Road, about 3 miles south of US Highway 280, according to a troopers report. Colburn was negotiating a curve when her 1991 GMC Jimmy left the roadway and struck a tree, according to the report.

The crash was investigated by the Alabama State Troopers. No other information is available at this time.

Dothan police officer has been put on administrative leave pending an internal investigation following his arrest over the weekend on a DUI charge.

Brent Parrish, 40, was arrested Saturday on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol, according to information provided by the Houston County Jail.

 

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Monday, 30 May 2011 14:57

Arrest made after Stabbing

Written by Eddie Lewis

A man was stabbed in the chest in a house on Kristie Road in northwest Dothan on Sunday afternoon and a female suspect was taken into custody, according to police.

Lt. Scott Heath said the call to the home in the 2400 block of Kristie Road came in at 2:59 p.m.

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MOBILE, Alabama -- Michael Pardue, whose 3 murder convictions from the 1970s were later dismissed amid headlines and controversy, was arrested late Saturday night after barricading himself in a house during a domestic disturbance, Mobile police said.

Pardue, 55, was in Mobile County Metro Jail Sunday on bail totaling $3,000, records show. He was charged with 3 counts of third-degree domestic violence in relation to harassment, menacing and reckless endangerment.

All 3 counts are misdemeanors.

Police spokeswoman Ashley Rains said officers were summoned to a house in the 4500 block of Park Road about 8:30 p.m. Saturday on what was originally a “nature unknown” call.

A woman at the scene said that Pardue had threatened her with a gun and fired a shot inside the house before she was able to leave and go to a neighbor’s home, according to Rains.

 

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Suspect/Arrest: Desmond La Ches Sims, B/M 03-13-83 of Greenwood


Victim: Brittney Johnson, B/F of Marianna.


Charges: Aggravated Stalking and Aggravated Assault with a deadly weapon (vehicle).


Officers responded to a call on Hwy 90 westbound, in reference to a vehicle chasing and hitting another. The caller Brittney Johnson called 911 stating that Desmond Sims was chasing her and ramming her vehicle with his, after he waited for her to leave a residence in Marianna. Brittney’s vehicle was hit multiple times and spun off the road as officer’s approached the chase stopping Desmond’s vehicle about ¼ mile farther down Hwy 90. Desmond was taken into custody without incident and transported to Jackson County Correctional Facility.

FT. RUCKER: Emergency units are on the scene of Lake Tholocco on post at Ft. Rucker in reference to a drowning.

 

Reports are four people were on a pontoon boat. One person stepped off the rear of the boat around 11:30 PM. It is beleived that he might have struck the motor and drown. The incident is in the deep part of the water near the spillway.

 

Assisting Ft. Rucker Military Police, Dale County Sheriff Department, Dale County Sheriff Air Units, Houston County ARescue and Regional Land and Water Team.

 

The search is continuing. Multiple agencies have joined the search for the drowned person. Sources have said the drown person is a 33 year old male student.

 

As more information is available we will update.

UPDATED 10:15 am

 

FT. RUCKER: About 5:59 AM the body of the person that drowned was recovered. According to sources the body floated to the surface.


Regional Land and Water Rescue spent the night on the lake. The recovery was made by Regional.


Multi agencies responded and participated in the search and recovery efforts.


The name of the victim will be released after all family notifications have been made.


 

 

 

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