Jemison Police Department reports for the week of May 13, 2013

Published 1:50pm Tuesday, May 14, 2013

The following is an activity report of the Jemison Police Department from May 1-7:

May 1
•Property damage: 25000 Block of U.S. Highway 31
•Criminal mischief: 12000 Block of County Road 42
•Served arrest warrant for failure to appear in court

May 2
•Sexual assault: Church St.
•Harassment: County Road 642
•Theft of property: 400 Block of County Road 163
•Served arrest warrant for failure to appear in court

May 3
•Criminal mischief: 400 Block of County Road 220
•Criminal mischief: 2100 Block of County Road 153
•Animal complaint: 1000 Block of Ala. Highway 191
•Property damage: 800 Block of County Road 25
•Theft of property; possession of a forged instrument: 200 Block of Princeton Lane
•Served three arrest warrants for failure to appear in court

May 4
•Two-vehicle accident with a tree, no injuries: U.S. Highway 31 at County Road 146
•One-vehicle accident, no injuries: Church St.
•One-vehicle accident, no injuries: Ala. Highway 155
•One-vehicle accident, no injuries: County Road 29

May 5
•Criminal mischief: County Road 937

May 6
•Theft of lost property: County Road 901
•Criminal mischief; animal complaint: 300 Block of County Road 848
•Served two arrest warrants for failure to appear in court
•Served six arrest warrants: 600 Block of Collum St.

May 7
•Animal cruelty; criminal mischief: 600 Block of Collum St.
•Property damage: 800 Block of County Road 231
•Runaway juvenile: 500 Block of County Road 922

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