The Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported the following arrests Saturday:
• Ronnie Gene Byrd, 51, of 155 8th St., Lot 5, Haleyville, DUI, open container, improper lane use and no driver’s license
• Anthony Lynn Emerson, 37, of 2126 N. Memorial Parkway, Apt A-6, Huntsville, DUI
• Jackie Lynn Gray, 26, of 12067 Ripley Road, Athens, cruelty to animals
• Paula Diane Gray, 35, of 12067 Ripley Road, Athens, cruelty to animals
• Griffin Scott Littlefield, 47, of 1014 Saddle Ridge Road, Prattville, third-degree theft
• Edward Omar Martin, 23, of 613 N. Ashland Ave., Michigan City, Ind., giving false name
• Cherry Denise Mwaura, 48, of 700 5th Ave., Apt. R56, Athens, probation violation (negotiating a worthless negotiable instrument), disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and obstruction of government operation
• Danny Ray Turner, 22, of 29911 Chipmunk Way, Harvest, possession of a controlled substance
The Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported no thefts Saturday.
The Athens Police Department reported no arrests Saturday.
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.
This Week's Circulars
Jerry Michael McGlocklin age 79 of Athens died Thursday at his residence. Services will be 3 pm Saturday in the chapel of Spry Funeral Home, visitation Saturday from noon until service. Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery.
Robert Hatchell died unexpectedly and will be long missed by many. His cremated remains will be scattered at sea. He is survived by his brother Jimmy Hatchell of Winston-Salem, NC, and sister Sara Hatchell of Mount Pleasant, SC.
- Deadly crash on U.S. 31 near airport
- Athens man dies in single vehicle crash
- Restaurant scores June 28
- Arrest made in Decatur home repair fraud
- Celebrate the weekend
- Arrest reports June 25
- Brown Recluse Spiders: Identification and Control
- Arrest reports June 28
- Restaurant scores June13-17
- Iconic window to soon disappear