Thorsby Police Department reports for the week of Feb, 3, 2014

Published 10:52am Wednesday, February 5, 2014

The following is an activity report of the Thorsby Police Department from Jan. 1-21:

Jan. 1
•Harassment: 38 Cleveland St.

Jan. 3
•Domestic violence: 1245 Indiana Ave. (arrest)

Jan.  7
•Theft of property: 9023 Jones St.

Jan. 10
•Harassing communications: 8051 Franklin St.

Jan. 14
•Property damage: Indiana Ave. and Pitt St.

Jan. 19
•Domestic violence: 9670 Jones St.

Jan. 20
•Domestic violence: 10116 Collins Chapel Road

Jan. 21
•Wreck: Intersection of U.S. Highway 31 and Concordia Ave.

Maplesville Police Dept.

The following is an activity report of the Maplesville Police Department from Jan. 11-28:

Jan. 12
•Domestic violence harassment: 700 Block of Alabama Highway 139

Jan. 13
•Harassment of a store clerk: Dollar General

Jan. 17
•A report was made for menacing after a shotgun was pulled on the victim: Mobile St.

Jan. 18
•After a traffic stop a male was arrested on possession of prescription drugs: U.S. Highway 82
•Disabled person living in squalor: Graham St.
•Vehicle hit a deer, causing heavy damage: U.S. Highway 82 and County Road 323

Jan. 20
•Burglary: Taylor Made Lumber, Alabama Highway 139 (arrest)

Jan. 21
•Officer picked up a suspect from the Montevallo Police Department. Suspect had failure-to-pay warrants with the Maplesville Police Department for possession of marijuana.

Jan. 23
•A report was made on a mentally disturbed person, which resulted in that person being taken to the psychiatric ward at Brookwood Hospital.

Jan. 24
•Gas drive-off: Chevron, U.S. Highway 82

Jan. 28
•Single-car traffic accident: driver said he was driving in the snow, hit a patch of ice, lost control and flipped off the road, minor scrapes only: U.S. Highway 82 across from the Chevron

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