Maplesville Police Department reports for the week of Dec. 17, 2012

Published 3:06pm Tuesday, January 8, 2013

The following is an activity report of the Maplesville Police Department from Nov. 15-Dec. 7:

Nov. 15
•Unlawful possession of a controlled substance: Ala. Highway 139 and Crumpton St.

Nov. 17
•Natural death: Maple Drive

Nov. 18
•Criminal trespass: Mulberry St.

Nov. 19
•Report made for an incident that happened at a Maplesville football game on Nov. 16

Nov. 20
•Vehicle vs. deer, no injuries: Ala. Highway 22
•Animal complaint: Loper Lane

Nov. 22
•DUI: Ala. Highway 139 and Mitchell Road (arrest)

Nov. 23
•Theft of property: Residence, 7000 Block Ala. Highway 22

Nov. 24
•Domestic violence: 7100 Block if Ala. Highway 22

Nov. 25
•Theft of property (car tag): 400 Block County Road 313

Nov. 29
•Pistol without a permit after a traffic stop: Ala. Highway 139 (arrest)
•Unlawful possession of marijuana after a traffic stop: Ala. Highway 22 (arrest)

Dec. 1
•Pistol without a permit after a traffic stop: U.S. Highway 82 and Shanks Drive

Dec. 2
•Gas drive-off: Chevron, U.S. Highway 82
•Domestic violence: 700 Block Ala. Highway 139
•Missing person (person was found after 14 hours of walking): 100 Block County Road 337

Dec. 4
•Burglary, checkbook stolen: Mims Memorial, 8000 Block Ala. Highway 22
•Tires stolen: Maplesville Service Center (arrest)
•Passing a forged check: Valley View Grocery (arrest)

Dec. 5
•Public intoxication; resisting arrest: County Road 21 and County Road 793 (arrest)

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