Jemison Police Department reports for the week of Feb. 18, 2013

Published 3:59pm Tuesday, February 19, 2013

The following is an activity report of the Jemison Police Department from Jan. 23-Feb. 5:

Jan. 23
•Two-vehicle accident on private property, no injuries: Pizza Hut Parking Lot
Jan. 25
•Possession of a forged instrument: Porter’s Texaco
•Identity theft: 50 Block Dixon Circle
•Motorcycle accident, one person injured: County Road 42 E.
•Two-vehicle accident on private property, no injuries: Cobb Plaza

Jan. 28
•Harassment: 25000 Block U.S. Highway 31
•Drug evidence recovered during a traffic stop: County Roads 44 and 51 (one person arrested)
•Served arrest warrant for failure to appear in court

Jan. 29
•Animal complaint: 300 Block Willis St.

Jan. 30
•Burglary: 8000 Block County Road 42
•Property damage: 12000 Block County Road 42
•Receiving stolen property (arrest, warrant)
•Vehicle accident, no injuries: Ala. Highway 155

Jan. 31
•Burglary: 100 Block Second St.
•Failure to appear in court (four warrants served)

Feb. 1
•Possession of a forged instrument; theft of property: 1900 Block Ellison Road
•Burglary; criminal mischief: 100 Block Main St.
•Public intoxication; theft of property: Dollar General (arrest)
•Vehicle accident, one person injured: County Road 135

Feb. 2
•Property damage: 28000 Block U.S. Highway 31
Feb. 4
•Possessing a firearm without a license, traffic stop: Interstate 65 at 219 Mile Marker (one person charged)
•Domestic violence; theft of property: 100 Block of County Road 38
•Served arrest warrant for failure to appear in court

Feb. 5
•Domestic violence: 100 Block County Road 38
•Theft of property: 300 Block Patton St.
•Two-vehicle accident, no injuries: Patton St.

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