The Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported the following arrests Saturday:
• Sharon Renee Hawk, 48, of 412 Cherokee Road, Scottsboro, DUI
• Lance Byron James, 36, of 838 County Road 531, Anderson, failure to pay child support
• Susan Louise Kritner, 45, of 6218 Highway 92, Rutledge, Tenn., negotiating a worthless negotiable instrument
• Griffin Scott Littlefield, 48, of 1925 Constitution Ave., Prattville, third-degree theft
• Jesse Lewis Lockett, 48, of 2117 Aretha St., Athens, attempting to elude
• Cameron Tyler Ludwig, 19, of 2009 Liberty Drive, Madison, probation violated on third-degree assault charge
• Jennifer Michelle McCune, 26, of 24388 Frank Gossett Road, Athens, first-degree possession of a forged instrument
• Cody Allen Vinson, 22, of 12945 Sommers Road, Athens, speeding
The Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported no thefts Saturday.
The Athens Police Department reported the follow arrests Saturday:
• Zachori Keith Blackwell, 18, of 9197 Holt Springer Road, Athens, DUI
• Rafael D. Garcia, 33, of 407 E. McClellan St., Athens, DUI
• Manuel Quixan Gutierrez, 26, of 17620 Tucker Lane, Lot 5, Athens, DUI
• Oberlin Ocampo, 29, of 21107 Edgewood Road, Athens, DUI
• Michael Brandon Stewart, 34, of 1400 S. Houston St., Athens, third-degree domestic violence
• Roy G. Turner, 57, of 500 Elkton St., Apt. A-16, Athens, DUI
The Athens Police Department reported no thefts Saturday.
Athens-Limestone Hospital reported no admissions or discharges Saturday.
Admissions and discharges represent only those who agree to have their names published.
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