Sheriff’s reports for the week of Dec. 17, 2012

Published 3:00pm Tuesday, January 8, 2013

The following is an activity report of the Chilton County Sheriff’s Department from Dec. 5-11:

Dec. 5
•Possession of marijuana, second degree; illegal possession of prescription drugs: Walmart, Seventh St. S., Clanton
•Burglary, third degree; theft of property, third degree: Clanton
•Disturbance: Marbury
•Violation of court order: Plantersville
•Marital verbal argument: Jemison
•Burglary, third degree; theft of property, first degree: Verbena
•Theft of property, third degree: 10600 Block County Road 50, Clanton
•Harassment: Clanton
•Fraudulent use of a credit/debit card: Verbena
•Domestic violence, third degree: 2200 Block County Road 18, Clanton

Dec. 6
•Burglary, third degree; theft of property, second degree: Alabama Bridge Builders, 3600 Block County Road 43, Clanton
•Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle; theft of property, second degree: Clanton
•Private property wreck: Isabella High School, 11338 County Road 15, Maplesville
•Criminal trespass, first degree; criminal trespass, third degree: Clanton
•Burglary, third degree; criminal trespass, third degree: Clanton
•Burglary, third degree: 1300 Block County Road 131, Jemison

Dec. 7
•Recovered property: County Road 818, Clanton
•Theft of property, first degree: Carport, Clanton
•Theft of property, third degree: County Road 437, Verbena
•Harassment: Front yard, Montevallo
•Burglary, third degree; criminal mischief, third degree; theft of property, second degree; theft of property, third degree: Living room, Jemison
•Possession of marijuana, second degree; public intoxication; possession of a controlled substance; promote prison contraband: 300 County Road 452, Clanton
•Impersonating peace officer; criminal trespass, third degree; assault, third degree: 600 Block County Road 234, Thorsby

Dec. 8
•Criminal mischief, third degree: Verbena
•Death investigation: Clanton
•Violation of restraining order: County Road 978, Clanton
•Domestic violence, third degree: 100 Block County Road 105, Maplesville
•Attempted suicide: 200 Block County Road 969, Montevallo
•Domestic incident: County Road 1051, Clanton

Dec. 9
•Possession of a controlled substance; possession of marijuana, second degree: U.S. Highway 31 and County Road 44, Jemison
•Harassment; criminal mischief, third degree: Verbena
•Death investigation: 15500 Block County Road 42, Jemison
•Theft of property, third degree: 6600 Block County Road 55, Clanton
•Burglary, third degree; theft of property, third degree: County Road 180, Clanton
•Harassing communications: 200 Block County Road 948
•Domestic violence, second degree: Clanton
•Illegal possession of prescription drugs; possession of marijuana, second degree; 2400 Ala. Highway 155, Jemison

Dec. 10
•Illegal possession of prescription drugs; possession of drug paraphernalia: Interstate 65 S. at 210 Mile Marker, Clanton
•Death investigation: Jemison
•Failure to make child attend school: Verbena
•Failure to make child attend school: Jemison
•Failure to make child attend school: 4000 Block Fourth Ave. N., Clanton
•Failure to make child attend school: 900 Block Main St., Jemison
•Failure to make child attend school: 200 Block Ollie Ave., Clanton
•Failure to make child attend school: 10100 Block Collins Chapel Road, Thorsby
•Failure to make child attend school: 200 Martha St., Clanton
•Failure to make child attend school: 1300 Block County Road 438, Verbena
•Failure to make child attend school: Peterson Ave., Thorsby
•Incident, domestic: Bedroom, Maplesville
•Theft of property, second degree: Verbena
•Harassment: Verbena
•Theft of property, third degree: 4100 Block County Road 217, Thorsby
•Illegal possession of prescription drugs; possession of drug paraphernalia: U.S. Highway 82 at 107 Mile Marker

Dec. 11
•Road hazard: 4000 County Road 232, Thorsby
•Missing medication: Clanton
•Criminal mischief: 6000 Block County Road 24, Verbena
•Structure fire: Lawley
•Burglary, third degree: theft of property, first degree: Clanton
•Domestic violence, third degree: County Road 106, Montevallo

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