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December 13, 2012

Arrest reports 12/13/12

County arrests

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

• Randall Lynn Black, 42, 23769 Norman Lane, Ekmont, probation violation on an original charge of first-degree theft

• Kathy Jean Caldwell, 49, of 20844 Juniper Circle, Apartment 7, Athens, probation revocation  on an original charge of distribution of a controlled substance

• Thomas Devoy Coleman, 29, of 12742 Mayfield Road, Athens, DUI (combined)

• Theodore Andrew Jervis, 33, of 12705 Granite Circle, Madison, filing a false report

• James Devin Ray, 35, of 26587 Alabama 127, Elkmont, probation revocation on two counts of negotiating worthless negotiable instrument

• Jody Montana Robertson, 30, of 20393 Turner Lane, Toney, driving with suspended license and no insurance

• Amanda Dawn Taylor, 35, of 9180 Barker Road, Athens, contempt (CS)

County thefts

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

• ELKMONT – Cash totaling $155 stolen from the 24000 block of Alabama 99, Elkmont,  on Monday

• HARVEST – One .38-caliber handgun valued at $350; two speed loaders valued at $20; one leather holster valued at $40; a Markill Navy combat knife valued at $60; a Civil War pistol valued at $300; Case knife of unknown value, and jewelry of unknown value stolen during a burglary in the 14000 block of Fox Hollow Road, Harvest, on Tuesday

• MADISON – A 32-inch flat screen TV valued at $300 and a jewelry box and jewelry of unknown value  stolen in a burglary in the 13000 block of Honey Way, Madison, on Tuesday

City arrests

Athens Police Department reported the following arrests Wednesday:

• Latricia DeShonda White, 39, of 139 Forrest Lane, Meridianville, harassment

• Ryan Oneal Caudle, 20, of 1007 Hillwood Drive, Decatur, two counts of third-degree burglary

• Jackson Chandler Bailey, 32, of 11327 Ripley Road, Athens, driving under the influence of alcohol

• John Lee Douglas, 23, 700 Fifth Avenue,  Athens, possession of drug paraphernalia, first-degree possession of marijuana, receiving stolen property and possession of a controlled substance

• Christina Gail Kimbrough, 20, 203 Woodridge Drive, Athens,  first-degree possession of marijuana

• Matthew Moore, 45, 909 W. Washington St., Athens, possession of a controlled substance

• David Newton Pickens, 73, 223 S. Richards St., Florence, possession of a controlled substance and driving under the influence of a controlled substance

City thefts

Athens Police Department reported the following incidents and thefts Wednesday:

• Drugs/narcotics valued at $9.56 from a Suzuki vehicle,  at 1011 U.S. 72 E. on Tuesday

• Chevrolet Caprice valued at $3,000 stolen from 1215 Audubon Lane on Tuesday

• Apple iPhone 4 valued at $300 and cell phone case valued at $25, stolen from 100 U.S. 31 N. on Tuesday

• $100 in criminal mischief committed on a Chrysler Pacifica gear shifter at 600 S. Jefferson St.

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