Jemison Police Department reports for the week of Dec. 10, 2012

Published 3:57pm Tuesday, December 11, 2012

The following is an activity report of the Jemison Police Department from Nov. 21-28:

Nov. 21
•Disorderly conduct; resisting arrest: 100 Block Pinehill Road 9 (arrest)
•Private property accident, no injuries: U.S. Highway 31

Nov. 22
•Reckless endangerment: County Road 25
•Theft of property: 600 Block County Road 25

Nov. 23
•Drug evidence recovered: Ala. Highway 191 and Smith Road
•Possession of marijuana; possession of drug paraphernalia; open container of alcohol; public intoxication (arrest)
•Theft of property: 11000 Block of County Road 51

Nov. 24
•Theft of lost property: 12000 Block County Road 42
•Served arrest warrant for failure to appear in court

Nov. 25
•Civil dispute: 700 Block County Road 163
•Open container of alcohol: County Road 44 and County Road 153 (arrest)
•DUI: County Road 44 and County Road 153 (arrest)

Nov. 26
•Theft of property: 100 Block Emmit Drive
•Theft of property: 300 Block County Road 132
•Harassment by communication: 1000 Block County Road 153
•Criminal mischief: 200 Block Princeton Lane
•Criminal surveillance; criminal trespass; giving a false report (three warrants served)
•Private property accident, no injuries: 219 Chevron, County Road 42 E.

Nov. 27
•Criminal mischief: County Road 939
•Property damage: 12000 Block County Road 42
•Domestic violence: 300 Block County Road 151
•Two-vehicle accident, no injuries: U.S. Highway 31 and Church St.

Nov. 28
•Theft of property: 100 Block Robinson Lane
•Theft of property: 100 Block Drew St.
•Served one arrest warrant for failure to appear in court
•Two-vehicle accident, no injuries: County Road 42 and County Road 48

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