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Police reports

lanett reports

LANETT — A total of 16 people were arrested in Lanett over the weekend. According to Lanett Police Department reports.

Edward Facille, 28, of Pine Mountain, Ga. has been charged with being a fugitive from justice;

Phillip Thomas Renfro, 35, of Lanett has been charged with bail jumping, second degree;

Brandi Leanna Serrano, 26, of Lanett has been charged with possession of marijuana, second degree;

Tina M. Addison, 47, of Five Points, Ala. has been charged with bail jumping, second degree;

John Nathan Hornsby, 40, of Valley, Ala. has been charged with assault, third degree;

Ulysses Huguley, 60, of Lanett has been charged with public intoxication;

John Quindaro Robertson, 26, of Roanoke, Ala. has been charged with failure to appear in court to answer traffic-related charges;

Johnnie Tyrone Ogletree, 71, of Lanett has been charged with criminal trespassing, third degree;

Brandon James Bracknell, 43, of Lanett has been charged with domestic violence, third degree;

Eldricka M.J. Walker, 35, of Lanett has been charged with bail jumping, second degree;

Walter Bernard Carlisle, 43, of Lanett has been charged with public intoxication, resisting arrest, being a fugitive from justice, bail jumping, second degree, and obstructing governmental operations;

Danta Charasty Dooley, 37, of Valley has been charged with driving under the influence – alcohol;

Shalow Vandal Stallone Thomas, 26, of Valley has been charged with failure to appear in court – traffic;

Detreile O’monte Devon Jones, 22, of Lanett has been charged with resisting arrest, rape, first degree, sexual abuse, first degree, assault, third degree and burglary, first degree;

Brandi Nicole Steele, 35, of Lanett has been charged with domestic violence, third degree, and

Angela Denise Pruitt, 53, of Valley has been charged with resisting arrest and driving under the influence – alcohol.

In incidents that were reported over the weekend, Lanett officers are investigating reports of theft of property that took place on 30th Avenue SW, South Broad Avenue, Magnolia Road, South 15th Avenue, South 5th Avenue, 20th Street SW, South Gilmer Avenue and South 2nd Avenue, criminal mischief on 27th Avenue SW, South 9th Street and South 14th Street, domestic violence on South 12th Avenue, North 5th Street, South 2nd Avenue, and South 6th Avenue, the unlawful breaking and entering of motor vehicles on South Gilmer Avenue, 28th Avenue SW, and 35th Avenue SW and assault, second degree, was reported on South 8th Street.

sheriff’s office reports

LaFAYETTE — Six people were arrested in Chambers County over the weekend. According to Chambers County Sheriff’s Office reports,

Geraldo Cardiel, 29, of Lanett has been charged with failure to appear in court to answer a charge of theft of property, third degree;

Ferrellous Shanorez Carter, 36, of Valley has been charged with FTA – two counts of not making child support payments;

Stacey Rodney Bradley, 29, of Cusseta, Ala. has been charged with failure to pay – the illegal purchase of Ephedrine;

Monica Ann Presley, 28, of Camp Hill, Ala. has been charged with FTA – invalid insurance;

Victor Jimenez, 24, of Lawrenceville, Ga. has been charged on grand jury indictments for receiving stolen property, possession of burglary tools and possession of marijuana, second degree and

Tieko Williams, 39, of Lanett has been charged with two counts of failure to make child support payments.

There were 165 inmates in the Chambers County jail Monday morning.

valley reports

VALLEY — Three people were arrested in Valley over the weekend. According to Valley Police Department reports,

Itrez Vandros Nelms, 22, of Opelika, Ala. has been charged with using false identity to obstruct justice;

Jeffery Keith White, 46, of Lanett has been charged with disorderly conduct, and

Sarah Rebecca Helms, 39, of Opelika, Ala. has been charged with theft by deception, third degree.

In incidents being investigated by Valley officers, harassing communications was reported on the 2000 block of 29th Boulevard and criminal mischief, third degree, and trespassing, first degree, were reported on the 2100 block of Crest Club Drive.

west point reports

WEST POINT — Three people were arrested in West Point over the weekend. According to West Point Police Department reports,

Michael Maher of Notasulga, Ala. has been charged with driving with a suspended license,

Desmond McFarland of West Point has been charged with driving without a valid driver’s license and

Brantley Black of Atlanta, Ga. has been charged with driving under the influence and possession of an open car of alcohol in his vehicle.

West Point officers are investigating a report of simple battery that took place on East 8th Street.

laFAYETTE reports

LaFAYETTE — One person was arrested in LaFayette over the weekend. According to LaFayette Police Department reports,

Kennedy Briskey, 54, has been charged with public intoxication.

In incidents being investigated by LaFayette officers, domestic violence, third degree, was reported at the Jenkins Apartments, criminal mischief was reported on both 2nd Street NE and first Avenue NE, domestic violence, third degree, was reported on B Street SW and reckless endangerment and attempt to commit murder and other crimes was reported at the Hilltop Apartments.

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