Elmore County Sheriff’s Reports

Published 2:55pm Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Reports filed by officers of the Elmore County Sheriff’s Department Aug. 29-Sept. 2.

Aug. 29
• Possession of marijuana on 300 block of Deatsville Highway in Millbrook.
• Harassment on 200 block of Lucky Town Loop in Elmore.
• Burglary and theft of property on 4200 block of Weoka Road in Wetumpka where a cordless saw valued at $150, a video game console, controllers and game valued at $340, 200 rounds of .22 ammo valued at $138, three gallons of liquor valued at $144 and a knife valued at $60 were reported stolen.
• Harassing communication on 800 block of Fern Road in Wetumpka.
• Harassing communications on 100 block of East Bridge Street in Wetumpka.

Aug. 30
• Breaking and entering of a motor vehicle and theft of property on 400 block of Lucky Town Road in Elmore where two pool ques valued at $1,050, a two watches valued at $350 were reported stolen.
• Criminal trespassing on 200 block of Jones Road in Wetumpka.
• Criminal mischief on 7000 block of Tallassee Highway in Wetumpka.

Aug. 31
• Harassing communications on 1200 block of Alabama Highway 143 in Elmore.
• Theft of property on 3100 block of Dozier Road in Redland where a 2005 Murcury Grand Marquis valued at $15,000 was reported stolen.
• Domestic violence (harassment) on 200 block of Lake Hill Circle in Deatsville.
• Theft of property on 500 block of Mt. Zion Road in Santuck where a mountain bike valued at $300 was reported stolen.

Sept. 1
• Domestic violence (harassment) on 1600 block of Georgia Road in Wetumpka.
• Breaking and entering of a motor vehicle and theft of property on 100 block of Walnut Point Drive in Redland.
• Menacing and criminal trespass on 400 block of Forrest Road in Titus.
• Possession of drug paraphernalia and illegal possession of prescription medication on 5200 block of U.S. Highway 231 in Wetumpka.
• Domestic violence (harassment) on Blackjack Road in Tallassee.
• Probation violation on Kayla Court in Deatsville.
• Domestic violence (harassment) on 500 block of Horseshoe Circle in Wetumpka.

Sept. 2
• Harassment on 100 block of Brann Loop in Deatsville.
• Harassment on Southern Hills Drive in Redland.
• Reckless endangerment on Marshell Road in Redland.
• Harassment on 300 block of Skating Rink Road in Holtville.
• Criminal mischief on 5200 block of Georgia Road in Wetumpka.
• Theft of property on 3000 block of Redland Road in Wetumpka where a 1991 Chevrolet pickup valued at $1,500 was reported stolen.

Arrests made by officers of the Elmore County Sheriff’s Department Aug. 29-Sept. 2.

Aug. 29
• An Opelika woman, 53, was arrested and charged with negotiating a worthless instrument.
• A Wetumpka man, 24, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.
• A Wetumpka man, 26, was arrested and charged with burglary and theft of property.

Aug. 30
• A Verbena woman, 43, was arrested on a failure to appear warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia.
• An Eclectic man, 33, was arrested and charged with theft of services.
• A Wetumpka woman, 27, was arrested and charged with assault.
• A Wetumpka woman, 28, was arrested on failure to appear warrants.
• A Millbrook man, 61, was arrested and charged with DUI.
• A Millbrook man, 39, was arrested on failure to appear warrants for public intoxication.

Aug. 31
• A Tallassee man, 25, was arrested on a failure to appear warrant for driving while suspended.
• A Millbrook woman, 42, was arrested on a probation violation.
• A Wetumpka man, 47, was arrested and charged with domestic violence (harassment).
• An Eclectic man, 30, was arrested on a failure to appear warrants for possession of marijuana and minor in possession of alcohol.
• A Millbrook man, 21, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.
• A Tallassee man, 36, was arrested and charged with negotiating a worthless instrument.
• A Wetumpka man, 44, was arrested and charged with DUI.
• A Wetumpka man, 30, was arrested on a failure to appear warrant for driving while revoked.

Sept. 1
• A Prattville man, 32, was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and illegal possession of prescription drugs.
• A Wetumpka woman, 22, was arrested and charged with domestic violence (harassment).
• A Wetumpka man, 29, was arrested and charged with domestic violence (harassment).
• A Montgomery man, 37, was arrested on failure to appear warrants for possession of a chemical precursor and manufacturing of a controlled substance.
• A Dallas, N.C. woman, 36, was arrested and charged with domestic violence.
• A Montgomery man, 24, was arrested and charged with failure to pay child support.
• A Hope Hull man, 25, was arrested and charged with public intoxication.
• A Titus man, 50, was arrested and charged with DUI.
• An Auburn woman, 20, was arrested and charged with minor in possession of alcohol.
• A Wetumpka man, 23, was arrested on a failure to appear warrant for possession of marijuana.

Sept. 2
• An Elmore man, 60, was arrested on a failure to appear warrant for public intoxication.
• A Prattville man, 38, was arrested and charged with domestic violence (burglary) and criminal mischief.
• An Auburn woman, 20, was arrested and charged with minor in possession of alcohol.
• An Auburn woman, 20, was arrested and charged with minor in possession of alcohol.
• An Auburn woman, 20, was arrested and charged with minor in possession of alcohol.
• An Auburn woman, 20, was arrested and charged with minor in possession of alcohol.
• An Elmore man, 32, was arrested on a failure to appear warrant for open container.
• An Eclectic man, 48, was arrested on failure to appear warrants for possession of marijuana, DUI and combined influence.

Sept. 3
• A Tallassee woman, 37, was arrested on a probation violation.
• An Eclectic man, 46, was arrested and charged with DUI.

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