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Arrest Report

October 9, 2012

ARREST Report 10/9/12

County arrests

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

• Ashley Nicole Chambers, 24, of 16630 Fort Hampton Road, Lot 16, Elkmont, third-degree domestic violence (assault)

• Deborah Jean Davis, 46, of 12239 Lukers Way, Athens, disorderly conduct

• LeRoy George William Fielding, 44, of 910 N. Madison St., Athens, disorderly conduct

• Angela Gail Kelley, 38, of 17356 Red Hill Road, Athens, third-degree domestic violence (harassment)

• Patrick Allen Kelley, 18, of 17356 Red Hill Road, Athens, third-degree domestic violence (harassment)

• Steven Eugene Kelley, 39, of 17356 Red Hill  Road, Athens, third-degree domestic violence (harassment)

• Jason Edward Pendergrass, 32, of 23063 John Way, No. 14, Athens, disorderly conduct

Dave Allen Pylant, 56, of 17356 Red Hill Road, Athens, third-degree domestic violence (harassment)

• Tina Dawn Stanley, 34, of 41 Summer Lane, Rogersville, second-degree theft and possession of drug paraphernalia

• Cindy Danette Blizzard, 52, of 5329 Bay Village Drive, Athens, driving under the influence of combined substances, open container of alcohol and third-degree promoting prison contraband

County thefts

Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported no thefts Monday.

City arrests

Athens Police Department reported the following arrests Monday:

• Nathan Craig Adams, 27, of 1404 E. Elm St., Apt. D-59, Athens, possession of a controlled substance

• Mitchell Joseph Caldwell, 34, of 18384 Oakdale Road, Lot P, Athens, DUI

• Brittney Michelle Carwile, 27, of 16066 McCulley Mill Road, Athens, third-degree theft of property

• Takayas Rahsaan Gill, 25, of 1405 Grace Ave., Athens, third-degree domestic violence and bond revoked on previous charge of harassing communications

• William Phillip Gray, 46, of 170-B Helena Drive, Moores Mill, DUI

• Christy Leann Hargrove, 27, of 31255 Ardmore Ridge Road, Ardmore, Tenn., third-degree theft of property

• Bryant Keith Hutto, 24, of 17255 Dusty Road, Athens, two counts of breaking and entering of a vehicle

City thefts 

Athens Police Department reported the following thefts Monday:

• Acer brand laptop computer, valued at $2,000, burglarized between Sept. 3 and 4 in 700 block Fifth Avenue

• Dewalt brand drill, Bostitch brand pump nailer, Senco brand pump nailer gun, Stiletto brand framing hammer, Hitachi brand framing gun coil nail, Hitachi framing gun 21 degree nailer and two cordless Paslode framing guns, total value $2,490, stolen between Sept. 29 and Oct. 3 from 21000 block Athens-Limestone Lane

• $140 cash stolen Oct. 5 at Third Street and Levert Avenue

• Samsung brand T-999 Galaxy S III cellphone, stolen Oct. 5 in 900 block South Jefferson Street

• Medication, miscellaneous makeup items, Verizon brand LG cellphone and imitation leather purse, total value $424, taken during breaking and entering of a vehicle Oct. 5 at Exxon station, 1517 Elm St.

• Miscellaneous jewelry including necklaces, beads, clasps, pendants and pearls, and miniature sculptures, total value $1,573, stolen between Oct. 5 and 6 from 300 block North Beaty Street

• Two pair of ladies underwear, hair bands, wallet, two ponytailer’s, package of stationary, two pair of sunglasses and a 46-inch Viore brand TV, total value $572, stolen Oct. 6 from Walmart at 1011 U.S. 72

• Passenger car doors on Mercury Sable sustained $1,000 damage during criminal mischief between Oct. 6 and 7 in 300 block Hoffman Street

 

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