Clanton Police Department reports for the week of July 22, 2013

Published 10:22am Wednesday, July 31, 2013

The following is an activity report of the Clanton Police Department from July 8-14:

July 8
•Alias writ of arrest; possession of drug paraphernalia: 301 City St. (arrest)
•Harassment, simple assault; aggravated assault, menacing (other weapon): 508 Taylor St. (arrest)
•Shoplifting; possession of marijuana: Walmart (arrest)
•DUI: Walmart, 1415 Seventh St. S. and Woodfin Road
•Illegal possession of credit/debit card: Sonic Drive-In (three incidents, arrest)
•Illegal possession of credit/debit card; using a false identity to obstruct justice: Sonic Drive-In (arrest)
•Shoplifting: Walmart, 1415 Seventh St. S. (two incidents, arrest)
•Criminal mischief: 104 Trilliam Lane
•Theft of property: 115 Coker St.
•Assault: 200 Town Mart, Suite 1
•Harassment: 212 Creekwood Circle
•Vehicle accident: Seventh St. S. and Sixth St.

July 9
•Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance: no address given
•Harassment/intimidation: Clanton municipal court (arrest)
•Domestic violence, third degree; harassing communications: 301 First Ave. (arrest)
•Unauthorized use of auto, no force; DUI (alcohol): 406 Littlejohn Road (arrest)
•Shoplifting: 1415 Seventh St. S.
•Criminal trespass, third degree: Smith St. (arrest)
•Identity theft: 304 Victory St.
•Identity theft; theft of property: 2408 Fourth Ave. N.
•Criminal mischief: 100 Trilliam Lane
•Lost/recovered property: Taylor St. W. and Second Ave. S.
•Suspicious activity/incident (possible overdose): 143 Peachtree Lane, Apt. E-4
•Criminal trespass: 946 Lake Mitchell Road
•Harassment: 1002 Seventh St. S.

July 10
•Shoplifting: 112 Colonial Circle (arrest)
•Theft, miscellaneous: 601 First St. (arrest)
•Harassment: Sixth St.
•Theft of property, third degree: Walmart
•Probationer, deferral status: Clanton Municipal Court
•Assist other law enforcement agency: Clanton Municipal Court
•Property damage/civil matter: U.S. Highway 31 and Cloverleaf Drive
•Theft of property: Russell Do-It Center
•Assault: Love’s Truck Stop
•Vehicle accident: U.S. Highway 31 S. and Short St.
•Vehicle accident: Ala. Highway 22 and Gray St.
•Vehicle accident: Ala. Highway 22 and Little John Road

July 11
•Public intoxication: Old Henry Road (arrest)
•Unauthorized use of photographic images: 1104 Fourth Ave. N.

July 12
•Possessing a forged instrument: 301 City St. (arrest)
•Alias writ of arrest: Thorsby Police Department (arrest)
•DUI, greater than .08: Interstate 65 at Mile Marker 206 (arrest)
•Alias writ of arrest: 301 City St. (arrest)
•Shoplifting: Walmart
•Suspicious activity/incident: Gray St.
•Theft of property, third degree: 1415 Seventh St. S.

July 13
•Death investigation: 697 Wyatt Road
•Theft of property; identity theft: 403 Airport Road
•Vehicle accident: Poplar Springs Road and Seventh St. S.
•Vehicle accident: Fourth Ave. S. and 14th St.

July 14
•Noise violation; resisting arrest; aggravated assault, menacing (knife): 2003 Yellowleaf Road (arrest)
•Resisting arrest; menacing; noise violation: 2003 Yellowleaf Road
•Theft of property, third degree: 144 Peachtree Lane
•Property damage/private property incident: 946 Lake Mitchell Road
•Criminal mischief: 307 and a half Smith St.
•Harassment: 620 Second Ave. N.
•Harassing communications: 700 Eighth St. N., Apt. 8-D
•Theft of property, third degree; robbery: 1111 Fifth Ave. N.
•Vehicle accident: Seventh St. S. and Woodfin Road
•Vehicle accident: Hopewell Drive and Samaria Road
•Vehicle accident: Lake Mitchell Road and Nell St.

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