Jemison Police Department reports for the week of Oct. 1, 2012

Published 2:59pm Thursday, October 18, 2012

The following is an activity report of the Jemison Police Department from Sept. 12-25:

Sept. 12
•Theft of property: 11000 Block, County Road 42
•Arrested for DUI:  Ala. Highway 191
•Served six outstanding arrest warrants for failure to appear in court

Sept. 13
•Drug evidence recovered at traffic stop: County Road 42
•Person charged with DUI; drug charges
•Vehicle fire: Exit 219 Chevron
•Burglary: 1000 Block, Ala. Highway 155

Sept. 15
•Vehicle accident: U.S. Highway 31 and Ala. Highway 191, no injuries
•Person arrested for leaving the scene of an accident

Sept. 17
•Drug evidence recovered; one person arrested for disorderly conduct; drug charges: 100 Block of Drew St.
•Domestic violence: County Road 937
•Making threats: 25000 Block, U.S. Highway 31
•Served arrest warrant for harassment: 100 Block, Drew St.

Sept. 19
•Lost property: 6000 Block, Ala. Highway 15
•Domestic incident: 100 Block, County Road 770

Sept. 20
•Harassment: 800 Block, Ala. Highway 19
•Theft of Property: County Road 42 at Exit 219 Chevron
•Two-vehicle accident on private property: Padgett Lane

Sept. 21
•Vehicle damaged: U.S. Highway 31 Chevron
•Theft of property: 300 Block, County Road 151
•Two-vehicle accident, no injuries: U.S. Highway 31 and Ala. Highway 191
•Person arrested for leaving the scene of an accident

Sept. 22
•Death investigation, natural causes: 100 Block, County Road 770
•Person arrested for DUI: County Road 29
•Person arrested for DUI:  Ala. Highway 191

Sept. 23
•Two-vehicle accident, private property, no injuries: Exit 219 Chevron

Sept. 24
•Theft of property: 60 Block, Guy St.

Sept. 25
•Drug evidence recovered; traffic stop: Interstate 65 S. at 219 Mile Marker
•Drug charges; public intoxication
•Suspicious incident/person: 7000 Block, County Road 42
•Identity theft: 100 Block, Melrose Place
•Criminal mischief: 900 Block, Ala. Highway 191
•Failure to pay for gasoline: 12000 Block, County Road 42

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