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January 27, 2013

Arrest reports 1/27/13

County arrests

Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported the following arrests Friday and Saturday:

• Fredrick Lloyd-Atkinson Black, 19, of 12315 Burgreen Road, Madison, bond revoked on previous charge of second-degree possession of marijuana

• Tanya Wanette Jacobs, 33, of 108 Ash St., Athens, violated probation on previous conviction for first-degree theft

• David Isaac Janzen, 37, of 2039 Munson Road, Memphis, Tenn., driving under the influence

• Steven Andrew Lauer, 23, of 11833 Neely Road, Athens, second-degree possession of marijuana

• Brandon Glen Peacock, 21, of 100 O' Conner Drive, Athens, second-degree theft

• Clarence Fearn, 41, of 2904 Battle Drive, Huntsville, failing to pay child support

• Jeffrey David Gibson, 39, of 2109 Woodmont Drive, Athens, DUI

• Ashley Nicole Judge, 28, of 27514 North Wales Road, Elkmont, DUI, open container of alcohol, no proof of insurance and illegal possession of prohibited liquor

• Ralph Clinton Lecroy Jr., 47, of 1913 Woodmont Drive, Columbia, Tenn., probation revoked on previous conviction for home repair fraud

• Jennifer Michelle McCune, 29, of 24408 Copeland Road, Athens, first-degree manufacturing a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and second-degree possession of marijuana

• Adriene Lynn Tisdale, 25, of 7901 Greenbriar Road, Madison, third-degree domestic violence (menacing)

• Pamela Dean Tucker, 36, of 19799 Alabama 127, Athens, DUI (any substance)

• Jeremie Daniel Turner, 30, of 24408 Copeland Road, Athens, first-degree manufacturing a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia

• Justin Wayne Varnes, 30, of 24408 Copeland Road, Athens, first-degree manufacturing a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia

• Ernest Lee Wilkerson, 46, of 107 10th St., Huntsville, DUI

County thefts

Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported no thefts Friday.

City arrests/thefts

Athens Police Department reported no arrests or thefts Friday.

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