The News Courier in Athens, Alabama

Arrest Report

December 27, 2012

Arrest Report 12-27-12

County arrests

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

• Jeremiah Falby McKinley, 25, of 29838 Mooresville Road, Ardmore, violating terms of probation on previous conviction for second-degree rape and failing to register as a sex offender.

• Mark Lewis Scott, 39, of 256 Pleasant Hill, Prospect Tenn., third-degree burglary

County thefts

Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported no thefts Wednesday.

City arrests

Athens Police Department reported the following arrests Wednesday:

• Lisa Stultz, 54, of 16685 Becky St., Athens, third-degree theft of property 

• Anthony Dupree Yarbrough, 30, of 1015 Highland St., Athens, third-degree domestic violence – assault 

• Timothy Dewayne Horton, 39, of 605 Second Ave., Athens, third-degree domestic violence

City thefts

Athens Police Department reported the following thefts and incidents Wednesday:

• Four pieces of 10 karat gold jewelry, total $200, stolen Dec. 10 from 100 block East Sanderfer Road

• Keltec brand 9-millimeter handgun valued at $175 stolen during vehicle break-in Dec. 16 in 900 block East Strain Road

• Forehand & Wadsworth Co. revolver valued at $111 found Dec. 21 in 100 block West Pryor Street

• Bronze jewelry valued at $10 stolen Dec. 21 from 1100 block U.S. 72 East

• Alabama dealer vehicle tag valued at $26 stolen Dec. 20 from 900 block South Jefferson Street.

• Regions Bank checkbooks, credit gift cards, Telco Credit Union debit card, Sear’s credit card, Coach wallet and purse, currency, Regions Visa debit card and Visa credit card, total $226, stolen Dec. 21 from 600 block South Jefferson Street

• Four Asanti brand 24-inch wheels and four Yokohama brand tires, total $6,000, stolen during vehicle break-in Dec. 21 in 400 block Camelot Drive

• Three ribeye steaks valued at $34 stolen Dec. 21 from 1000 block U.S. 72 East

• Diesel fuel valued at $87 stolen Dec. 22 from 100 block U.S. 72 West

• Toshiba laptop computer valued at $385 stolen Dec. 22 from 1000 block U.S. 72 East Drive

• Craftsman brand socket set valued at $45 found Dec. 22 at Alabama 251and Lindsay Lane

• Mailbox/money drop sustained $100 in damage due to criminal mischief Dec. 22 in 2300 block South Hine Street  

• Counterfeit $10 bill passed Dec. 23 in 17000 block U.S. 72 West

• King-size Zero brand candy bar valued at $4 stolen Dec. 23 from 1200 block West Market Street

• Alabama pouch purse, Alabama driver’s license, Social Security card, money and one personal check, total $210, stolen Dec. 23 from 100 block North Thomas Street

• Window of unknown value damaged due to criminal mischief Dec. 25 in 200 block Southwind Drive

• Fog light and front bumper of Freightliner brand semi tractor sustained $500 damage due to criminal mischief Dec. 25 at Lucas and Pat Ingram streets

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