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Police reports

Lanett reports

LANETT — Four people were arrested in Lanett on Wednesday. According to Lanett Police Department reports,

Ambria Shuntele Caldwell, 22, of Valley has been charged with harassment;

Brittany Lynn Flurry, 24, of Valley has been charged with bail jumping, second degree – Failure to Appear in Drug  Court;

Justin Aubrey McKeehan, 28, of Valley has been charged with bail jumping, second degree – FTA – drug court, and

Michael Lance Marable, 28, of Auburn, Ala. has been charged with criminal trespassing, third degree.

In incidents being investigated by Lanett police, harassing communications was reported on the 200 block of South 3rd Avenue, discharging a weapon into an occupied  dwelling was reported on the 2200  block of 16th Court SW, domestic violence, third degree, was reported on the 5300 block of Veterans Memorial Parkway, the fraudulent use of a debit/credit card was reported on the 2900 block of South Phillips Road, and theft of property, fourth degree, was reported on the 100 block of South Gilmer Avenue.

Valley reports

VALLEY — Three people were arrested in Valley on Wednesday. According to Valley Police Department reports.

Brittany Flurry, 24, of Valley has been charged with bail jumping, second degree;

Allison Colley, 19, of Valley has been charged with bail jumping, second degree, and

Michael Lance Marable, 28, of Auburn has been charged with bail jumping, second degree.

In incidents being investigated by Valley officers, the theft of property, fourth degree, was reported on the 2900 block of 20th Avenue and the unlawful breaking and entering of a motor vehicle, theft of property, third degree, and the fraudulent use of a debit/credit card was reported on the 600 block of Sydney Street.

West Point reports

WEST POINT — One person was arrested in West Point on Wednesday. According to West Point Police Department reports,

Donteral Askew of Auburn, Ala. has been charged with a probation violation – traffic.

In an incident being investigated by West Point officers, harassment was reported on East 10th Street.

Sheriff’s office reports

LaFAYETTE — One person was arrested in Chambers County on Wednesday. According to Chambers County Sheriff’s Office reports,

Justin McKeehan, 28, of Valley has been charged with attempted Ephedrine use.

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