Jemison Police Department reports for the week of Feb. 4, 2013

Published 2:53pm Tuesday, February 5, 2013

The following is an activity report of the Jemison Police Department from Jan. 10-22:

Jan. 10
•Criminal mischief: 25000 Block U.S. Highway 31
•Domestic violence: 3500 Block County Road 25 (arrest)

Jan. 11
•DUI: U.S. Highway 31 (arrest)

Jan. 13
•Child welfare: 400 Block Ala. Highway 191
•Burglary; theft of property: 2000 Block County Road 627
•Harassment: 100 Block Drew St.
•Criminal trespass; resisting arrest: 3000 Block County Road 25 (arrest)
•Animal complaint: Smith Road
•Civil dispute: 1000 Block County Road 5

Jan. 14
•Recovered stolen property: U.S. Highway 31 and County Road 44
•Assault: 1000 Block County Road 44
•DUI; carrying a pistol without a permit (traffic stop): U.S. Highway 31 and County Road 44 (arrest)
•Served arrest warrant for failure to appear in court.
•Two-vehicle accident, no injuries: County Road 25
•Two-vehicle accident on private property, no injuries: Regions Bank parking lot

Jan. 15
•Property damage: 100 Block County Road 157
•Domestic violence/incident: Cassie Circle
•Served two warrants for failure to appear in court

Jan. 16
•Failure to pay for gasoline: 12000 Block County Road 42
•Failure to appear in court (two warrants served)
•Two-vehicle accident, no injuries: Church St.

Jan. 17
•Domestic violence: 200 Block Princeton Lane
•Disorderly conduct; resisting arrest: Sunset Lane (arrest)
•Recovered stolen property: 500 Block County Road 25

Jan. 18
•Domestic violence: 200 Block Princeton Lane (warrant served)
•Two-vehicle accident on private property, no injuries: Cobb Plaza

Jan. 19
•Property damage: U.S. Highway 31 and Thompson Chapel Road

Jan. 20
•Failure to appear in court (three warrants served)

Jan. 22
•Negotiating a worthless instrument (bad check): 12000 Block County Road 42

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