The News Courier in Athens, Alabama

Arrest Report

April 7, 2014

Arrest reports for 4/8/14

County arrests

The Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported the following arrests Monday:

• Corey Andre' Everson, 40, of 240 Ervin Lane, Madison, negotiating worthless negotiable instrument

• Timothy Brant Jackson, 22, of 27633 Saddle Trail Road, Toney, second-degree illegal possession of marijuana and three counts of breaking and entering a vehicle

• Randal Frank Wilks, 62, of 1402 Jackson Drive, Decatur, driving under the influence of alcohol, possessing open container and speeding

• Lane Tyler Letson, 29, of 15388 Tyler Mill Drive, Athens, DUI

County thefts

The Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported the following thefts Monday:

• TANNER – Two window units, two wall heaters, two push mowers, Weedeater, propane heater, all of unknown value stolen between March 21 and Friday from the 19000 block of Roosevelt Street

• ATHENS –  John Deere lawn mower valued at $400 stolen Thursday from the 22000 block of Pine Road

• ATHENS – One pair of Ray Ban sunglasses valued at $150 and medication of unknown value stolen during a burglary Thursday or Friday in the 17000 block of Lukers Way

City arrests

The Athens Police Department reported the following arrests Monday:

• Pamela Dean Tucker, 37, probation revocation of a previous conviction for no insurance

• Lauren Elizabeth Head, 19, of 21254 Cory James Way, Elkmont, third-degree theft of property

• James Curtis Townsend, 34, of 16772 Linton Road, Athens, public intoxication

• Congress Yoker Cox, 43, of 1140 County Road 70, Rogersville, arrested on a warrant with Florence Police Department

• Michael Corronell Wood, 27, of 149 Recard St., Triana, DUI

• Krysten Dawn Head, 24, of 21254 Cory James Way, Elkmont, third-degree theft of property

• Gabriel Rowson Fleming, 42, of 1400 E. Elm St, Apartment 821, Athens, attempting to elude law enforcement officer

City thefts

The Athens Police Department reported the following thefts and incidents Monday:

• Kindle Fire valued at $150 stolen April 3 from the 100 block of U.S. 31 South

• Criminal mischief, valued at $75 to driver's side door, April 4 in the 1700 block of South Jefferson Street

• Outdoor Kitchen brand barbecue grill, valued at $240, stolen Saturday from the 1500 block of Brownsferry Street

• Criminal mischief, with damages totaling $3,500, to a Lincoln Town Car, Sunday in the 13000 block of Mooresville Road

• Various clothing, toiletries, grocery items, beer, computer hardware and software, total value $617, stolen Sunday from Walmart

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