The News Courier in Athens, Alabama

Arrest Report

October 11, 2012

ARREST Report 10/11/12

County arrests

Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported the following arrests Wednesday:

• Matthew Travis Gee, 24, of 13100 U.S. 31 South, Athens, speeding

• Christy Renata Gray, 32, of 2907 Berkshire Road, Huntsville, violated probation on previous conviction for possession of drug paraphernalia

• Robert Douglas Greene, 21, of 5913 Bay Village Drive, Athens, DUI

• Willie Bernard Johnson, 32, of 1490 12th St., Athens, first-degree possession of marijuana (surety rescinds bond offense) and possession of drug paraphernalia (surety rescinds bond offense)

• Nicolas Allen Leonard, 22, of 211 Bridges Drive, Harvest, first-degree theft

• Evangeline Martin, 46, of 1820 Glenn St., Apt.  A, Decatur, negotiating a worthless negotiable instrument

• No name published because of age, 17, of Falkville, bonds revoked on previous charges of two counts of second-degree theft

• Shykisha Nicole Reese, 23, of 421 S. Belleview Ave., Fayetteville, Tenn., chemical endangerment of a child

• John Daniel Williams Jr., 48, of 28769 Alabama 127, Elkmont, DUI, no tag light, no proof of insurance and no driver's license

County thefts

Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported the following thefts Wednesday:

• ATHENS – Can of hair spray, valued at $1, stolen Oct. 9 in 16000 block Alabama 251

• ARDMORE – Tag, valued at $45.85, stolen between Oct. 4 and 9 from 29000 block Stateline Road

City arrests

Athens Police Department reported the following arrest Wednesday:

• Dustin Michael Lyons, 23, of 17451 Red Hill Road, Athens, DUI

City thefts 

Athens Police Department reported the following thefts Wednesday:

• Picnic table sustained $100 in damage from criminal mischief between Oct. 8 and 9 in 1400 block U.S. 31 North

• Double-pane window sustained $250 damage from criminal mischief between Oct. 9 and 10 in 500 block South Marion Street

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