Chilton County Sheriff’s Department reports for the week of March 18, 2013

Published 3:49pm Tuesday, March 19, 2013

The following is an activity report of the Chilton County Sheriff’s Department from Feb. 27-March 5:

Feb. 27
•Domestic violence, third degree: 400 Block County Road 792, Clanton
•Domestic violence, third degree: Clanton
•Incident: 8600 Block County Road 59, Verbena
•Theft of property, third degree: Bedroom, Montevallo
•Fraudulent use of a credit/debit card: Clanton
•Sexual misconduct: 600 Block County Road 501, Verbena
•Assault, third degree: County Road 32, Clanton
•Suspicious incident: Clanton
•Criminal trespass by vehicle: 4200 Block Ala. Highway 22, Stanton
•Animal complaint: 500 Block County Road 242, Thorsby
•Theft of property, third degree: Clanton
•Suspicious incident: Jemison

Feb. 28
•Possession of drug paraphernalia, manufacture of a controlled substance, second degree: Michigan Ave., Thorsby
•Assault, second degree: 200 Block County Road 91, Jemison
•Possession of marijuana, second degree; criminal mischief, third degree; abandoned vehicle: 5600 County Road 151, Calera
•Identity theft: 3400 Block County Road 1027, Jemison
•Fraudulent use of a credit/debit card: 4900 Block County Road 85, Clanton
•Fraudulent use of a credit/debit card: 100 Block County Road 831, Montevallo
•Burglary, third degree: Montevallo

March 1
•Bail jumping, second degree; tampering with physical evidence; possession of drug paraphernalia: Fourth Ave. S. and 11th St., Clanton
•Domestic violence, third degree (punishment); possession of marijuana, second degree; possession of drug paraphernalia: 500 Block County Road 54, Montevallo
•Theft of property, first degree: Clanton
•Identity theft: 1200 Block County Road 97, Verbena
•Possession of marijuana, second degree; possession of drug paraphernalia: Second Ave. S. and Enterprise Road, Clanton

March 2
•Possession of marijuana, second degree: Seventh St. S. and Jackson Ave.
•Domestic violence, third degree: Billingsley
•Manufacture of a controlled substance, first degree; manufacture/sale/transfer of precursor chemicals; possession of drug paraphernalia: County Roads 438 and 435, Verbena
•Harassing communications: County Road 129, Montevallo
•Unauthorized use of a vehicle: 1100 Block County Road 528, Verbena
•Death investigation: Woods, 600 Block County Road 410, Clanton

March 3
•Possession of marijuana, second degree; possession of drug paraphernalia: 11000 Block County Road 42, Jemison
•DUI (alcohol): 1700 Block Lay Dam Road, Clanton
•Harassment: Jemison
•Criminal mischief, first degree: 200 Block County Road 969, Montevallo
•Information report: Jemison
•Assault, third degree: 8100 Ala. Highway 191, Maplesville
•Burglary, third degree; criminal mischief, third degree: Maplesville
•Possession of a controlled substance: U.S. Highway 31 and Cobb St., Jemison

March 4
•Illegal possession of prescription drugs: 400 Block County Road 91, Jemison
•Missing person: Montevallo

March 5
•Assault, third degree: Hallway, Clanton
•Burglary, third degree; theft of property, second degree: Clanton
•Civil matter: Clanton
•Civil matter: Residence, Jemison
•Criminal trespass, third degree: 1900 County Road 350, Clanton
•Vehicle fire: 1000 Block County Road 33, Calera
•Incident: Billingsley
•Domestic violence, third degree: 3400 Block County Road 32, Clanton
•Harassment: 1600 Block County Road 61, Clanton
•Burglary, third degree; theft of property, second degree: Clanton
•Civil matter: Clanton
•Civil matter: Residence, Jemison
•Criminal trespass, third degree: 1900 County Road 33, Calera
•Vehicle fire: 1000 Block County Road 33, Calera
•Incident: Billingsley
•Domestic violence, third degree: 3400 Block County Road 32, Clanton
•Harassment: 1600 County Road 61, Clanton

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