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Police reports Nov. 14

Lanett reports

LANETT — One person was arrested in Lanett on Monday. According to Lanett Police Department reports,

Michael Gordon Jr., 27, of Lanett has been charged with domestic violence, third degree, and domestic violence – criminal mischief.

In incidents being investigated by Lanett officers, criminal mischief, third degree, was reported in the 1400 block of South 14th Street and theft of property, second degree, was reported on the 2300 block of 54th Avenue SW.

Valley reports

VALLEY — One person was arrested in Valley on Monday. According to Valley Police Department reports, Monshia Willis, 46, of Lanett has been charged with interfering with a domestic violence emergency call.

In incidents being investigated by Valley officers, theft of property, first degree, was reported on the 100 block of Sears Street, permitting dogs to run at large was reported near 56th Street and 27th Avenue and burglary, third degree, and criminal trespassing, first degree, were reported on the 1400 block of Lantuck Road,

Sheriff reports

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

Randall Wayne Boyd, 26, of Wedowee, Ala. has been charged with failure to appear in drug court.

There were 153 inmates in the Chambers County jail Tuesday morning.

West Point reports

WEST POINT — West Point police officers are investigating an incident of criminal trespassing that was reported on East 12th Street.

LaFAYETTE reports

LaFAYETTE — Four people were arrested in LaFayette on Monday. According to LaFayette Police Department reports,

Chazine McCullough, 24, has been charged with harassment;

Divorsky Traylor, 26, has been charged with domestic violence, third degree;

Ben Langley, 80, has been charged with duty upon striking an unoccupied vehicle, and

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

In incidents being investigated by LaFayette officers, harassing communications was reported on LaFayette Street South, harassment was reported on 6th Court SE, and the unauthorized use of a vehicle was reported on Springfield Avenue.

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