Jemison Police reports for the week of Oct. 29, 2012

Published 3:08pm Tuesday, October 30, 2012

The following is an activity report of the Jemison Police Department from Oct. 10-23:

Oct. 11
•Public intoxication: 100 Block Bibb St. (arrest)

Oct. 12
•Burglary; theft of property: 2000 Block County Road 44
•Drug evidence recovered at traffic stop: U.S. Highway 31 and County Road 44
•One person arrested on outstanding warrants: Exit 219 Chevron, Montevallo
•Disorderly contact: 100 Block Forrest St. (arrest)

Oct. 13
•Drug evidence recovered at traffic stop: County Road 42 at Exit 219
•Theft of property: 500 Block County Road 138
•Public intoxication: 100 Block Main St. (arrest)
•Served two warrants for failure to appear in court

Oct. 14
•Drug evidence recovered at traffic stop: County Road 25 and County Road 132
•Burglary; theft of property: 900 Block Ala. Highway 191
•Served two warrants for failure to appear in court

Oct. 15
•Theft of property; criminal mischief: 2100 Block County Road 153
•Two-vehicle accident on private property: high school parking lot, no injuries

Oct. 16
•Assist rescue on unresponsive child: 1600 Block County Road 51
•Assault; theft of property: 100 Block County Road 44

Oct. 17
•Assault: 1600 Block County Road 51
•Served arrest warrant for failure to appear in court

Oct. 18
•One vehicle accident, no injuries: County Road 51

Oct. 19
•Harassing communications: 100 Block Thomas St.
•Burglary; theft of property: storage buildings, U.S. Highway 31
•Attempted identity theft: 200 Block County Road 178

Oct. 20
•Harassing communications: 600 Block Collum St.
•Theft of property: 1800 Block County Road 5
•Served arrest warrant for failure to appear in court

Oct. 21
•Drug evidence recovered at traffic stop: Interstate 65 (one person charged with drug charges)
Oct. 22
•Theft of property: 300 Block County Road 151
•Public intoxication; disorderly conduct: 400 Block Ala. Highway 155 (arrest)

Oct. 23
•DUI: County Road 42 and County Road 29 (arrest)

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