Clanton Police Department reports for the week of November 5, 2012

Published 2:35pm Thursday, November 8, 2012

The following is an activity report of the Clanton Police Department from Oct. 22-28:

Oct. 22
•Possession of drug paraphernalia: Seventh St. N. at Cattleman’s Restaurant
•Criminal mischief: 100 Yellow Leaf Road
•Harassment: 1505 Mount Pleasant Road
•Leaving the scene of an accident: 2127 Seventh St. S.
•Theft of property: 312 Ruth St.
•Theft of property, third degree: 2400 McDowell Drive
•Alias writ of arrest: Second Ave. N (arrest)
•Accident: Interstate 65 and U.S. Highway 31 Overpass

Oct. 23
•Property damage/civil matter: 900 Ware Ave.
•Harassing communications: City Park
•Unauthorized use of a vehicle: 104 Crestview Drive
•Unauthorized use of a vehicle: 703 Newport Road
•Theft of property, third degree: 1691 Seventh St. S.
•Theft, miscellaneous; possessing forged instrument: Shelby County Jail (arrest)
•Theft, miscellaneous: 601 First St. (arrest)
•Harassment: 301 City St. (arrest)

Oct. 24
•Probationer: 601 First Ave.
•Theft of property, third degree: 800 Jackson Ave.
•Domestic violence: Second St. S.
•Shoplifting: 301 City St. (arrest)

Oct. 25
•Theft of property: 1103 Seventh St. N.
•Theft of property, third degree: 1415 Seventh St. S.
•Probationer, Clanton Municipal Court
•Overdose: 309 Debra Ave.
•Probation violation: Autauga Metro Jail (arrest)
•Possession of marijuana: Pizza Hut, Seventh St. S. (arrest)

Oct. 26
•Possession of drug paraphernalia; possession of a controlled substance; manufacture of a controlled substance: 1415 Seventh St. S.
•Theft of property, third degree: 2134 Seventh St. S.
•Suspicious activity/incident: 1807 Yellow Leaf Road
•Possession of marijuana; possession of drug paraphernalia: Yellowleaf Road and New Harmony Road
•Possession of marijuana; possession of drug paraphernalia: Lake Mitchell Road and 208 Exxon
•Possession of drug paraphernalia: Interstate 65 at 208 Mile Marker
•DUI (alcohol): Interstate 65 at 204 Mile Marker (arrest)
•Using false identity to obstruct justice: Walmart, 1415 Seventh St. S. (arrest)
•Shoplifting: 1415 Seventh St. S. (arrest)
•Alias writ of arrest: 301 City St. (arrest)
•Probation violation: 301 City St. (arrest)
•Probation violation: JCS, Seventh St. N. (arrest)
•DUI: Lake Mitchell Road and 208 Exxon (arrest)
•Accident: Second Ave. N. and 14th St.

Oct. 27
•Domestic dispute/no element of crime: 2E Rolling Oaks Apartments
•DUI greater than .08; open container/drinking in public; carrying a pistol without a permit; possession of drug paraphernalia; possession of marijuana, domestic violence: Chevron, 2134 Seventh St. S.
•Suspicious activity/incident: 206 First Ave.
•Theft of property: 1415 Seventh St. S.
•Property damage/civil matter: Interstate 65 N. at 208 Mile Marker
•Theft of property: Dollar General, 1827 Seventh St. N.
•Robbery: 2690 Lay Dam Road
•Theft of property, third degree; robbery: Captain D’s, 2085 Seventh St. S.
•DUI greater than .08: Lay Dam Road and Petty Line (arrest)
•DUI greater than .08: Chevron, 2134 Seventh St. S. (arrest)
•Harassment, family: Chevron, 2134 Seventh St. S. (arrest)
•Shoplifting: 1827 Seventh St. N. (arrest)

Oct. 28
•Criminal mischief; burglary: baseball and softball fields at Clanton City Park
•Domestic dispute/no element of crime: 200 Meadowview Circle
•Harassment: 806 15th Ave. N.
•Possession of a controlled substance: 1515 15th Place (arrest)
•Accident: Eighth St. and Seventh Ave.
•Accident: Eighth St. N. and Old Thorsby Road

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