Sheriff’s Department reports for Aug. 29 – Sept. 4, 2012

Published 4:27pm Tuesday, October 16, 2012

The following is an activity report of the Chilton County Sheriff’s Department from Aug. 29 through Sept. 4:

Aug. 29
•Possession of marijuana – second degree, possession of drug paraphernalia: County Road 73 and County Road 54, Montevallo
•Criminal trespass – third degree, criminal mischief – third degree: 100 block, County Road 129, Montevallo
•Domestic incident: Clanton
•Subject on roadway: Clanton
•Property damage: 3000 block, County Road 47, Clanton
•Theft of property – first degree: Verbena
•Theft of lost property – third degree: 3400 block, County Road 2, Montevallo

Aug. 30
•Domestic violence – third degree: 800 block, County Road 250, Jemison
•Harassing communications: Jemison
•Theft of property – third degree: Randolph
•Illegal possession of prescription drugs: U.S. Highway 82 and County Road 16, Maplesville
•Civil dispute: Montevallo
•Harassment: Verbena
•Harassing communications: 2200 block, County Road 41, Clanton
•Harassment: Montevallo
•Missing person: Maplesville

Aug. 31
•Burglary – third degree, theft of property – third degree: Montevallo
•Theft of property – first degree, burglary – third degree: Maplesville
•Illegal possession of prescription drugs: County Road 13 and County Road 81, Clanton

Sept. 1
•Death investigation: Jemison
•Possession of marijuana – second degree, possession of drug paraphernalia, no seat belt, operating vehicle without insurance: I-65 212 Southbound on ramp, Clanton
•Death investigation: Clanton
•Domestic violence – third degree: 700 block, County Road 147, Calera
•Burglary – third degree, theft of property – second degree: 15800 block, County Road 16, Maplesville
•Driving under the influence – alcohol, possession of marijuana – second degree, possession of drug paraphernalia, switched tag: Logan Road, Clanton

Sept. 2
•Driving under the influence – alcohol: 300 block, First Ave. N., Clanton
•Possession of a controlled substance, driving under the influence – combined substance, improper lane usage, no driver license: County Road 42 and County Road 44, Jemison
•Driving under the influence – combined substance, carrying a pistol unlawfully, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia: County Road 50 at Alabama Highway 191, Jemison
•Harassing communications: Clanton
•Incident: Plantersville
•Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle, theft of property – third degree, criminal mischief – second degree: County Road 264, Clanton
•Theft of property – third degree: Clanton
•Possession of marijuana – second degree, carrying a pistol unlawfully: County Road 42 and County Road 44, Jemison

Sept. 3
•Death investigation: Clanton
•DOA: Verbena
•Theft of property – first degree, burglary – third degree: Clanton
•Theft of property – second degree: Clanton
•Possession of marijuana – first degree: 3400 block, County Road 32, Clanton
•Burglary – third degree, theft of property – second degree: 200 block, County Road 719, Clanton
•Domestic violence – third degree: 6000 block, County Road 47, Verbena

Sept. 4
•Possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia: 214 Northbound I-65, Clanton
•Criminal mischief – second degree: Verbena
•Wreck – no injuries: 300 block, County Road 254, Clanton
•Assault – third degree: 4900 block, County Road 9, Clanton
•Violation of protection order: Jemison
•Harassment: 8600 block, County Road 49, Verbena
•Harassing communications: 2800 block, County Road 81, Clanton
•Driving under the influence – alcohol, prohibition violation, resisting arrest, criminal mischief – second degree: 100 block, County Road 124, Jemison
•Domestic violence – third degree: 4400 block, County Road 49, Clanton

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