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........... " " I,-- ~ r IFT~"r P'-I~'IWI~~ v.ommunlty ectlon - rage .J Demopolis Police Department | Joanne Witherspoon was presented a cer- tificate of service and pin in recognition of fifteen years service with the Marengo County Juvenile Probation Office. Mrs. Witherspoon provides a valuable service to the children and families of Marengo County and her willingness to serve is Southern Gospel Concert at Aimwell Baptist Church, Saturday, November 1, 2014 at 6:00 PM featuring The Glory Road Quartet. The quartet will be sharing the love of Jesus through traditional "Good Old Southern Gospel" music. Their goal is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ through gospel music, to ease the greatly appreciated. Pictured are left to right: Wade Drinkard, District and Juvenile Court Judge, Joanne Witherspoon, Administrative Support Assistant/Intake Officer, and Darren Glass, Chief Juvenile Probation Officer. pain of the hurting, and to bring us all closer to Him .as we walk together on this road to Glory. A special love offering will be taken for the group. Refreshments will be served after the concert. The church is located at 2770 County Road 17, Sweet Water. Everyone is invited! Arrests: Cynthia H. Glass, 34, was arrested on Oct. 14 for contempt of court (FTA). April E Coleman, 28, was arrested on Oct. 14 for forgery (two counts - checks). Dominick Bowden, 21, was arrested on Oct. 16 for domestic violence (thir" d degree-second conviction), burglary (third degree) and enters/remains in/on premises on Hilltop Circle. Donald L. Minor, 29, was arrested on Oct. 17 for DUI on Rosedale Street. Shakara S. Smith, 22, was arrested on Oct. 17 for failure to obey a police officer on Capitol Street. Jeffrey P. Collier, 25, was arrested on Oct. 18 for DUI on US Hwy 80 East. Nathan E. Thomas, Jr.. 39, was arrested on Oct. 18 for assault (third degree) on Center Ave. and US Hwy 80 East. Kip L. Carpenter, 57, was arrested on Oct. 19 for DUI on Walnut Street. Michelle L. Gilles, 20, was arrested on Oct. 19 for theft of property (third degree) at Walmart. I.akimbria V. May, 21, was arrested on Oct. 19 for theft of property (third degree) at Walmart. Tequelia N. Fulgham. 22, was arrested on Oct. 19 for theft of property (third degree) at Walmart Bessie L. A. Kennedy, 46, was arrested on Oct. 20 for criminal mischief (first degree). Russell Whaley, 35, was arrested on Oct. 20 for insuffi- cient funds. Berhondra Davis, 3t, was arrested on Oct. 21 for disorder- ly conduct and resisting arrest. Darrell J. Zanders, 18, was arrested on Oct. 21 for selling/distribution of ampheta- mine (two counts). Clifford D. Daniels, 25. was arrested on Oct. 21 fro contempt of court and theft of services (third degree-two counts). Timothy M. Tripp, 34, was arrested on Oct. 25 for attempt- ing to elude a police officer and DUI on Cedar Crest Drive. Conchita L. Ott. 41. was arrested on Oct. 26 for theft of property (second degree) in Sumter Co. on US Hwy 11. Detra M. Watts, 30, was arrested on Oct. 26 for theft of property (second degree) in Sumter Co. on US Hwy 11. Sirlestino Wtlliams, 36, was arrested on Oct. 26 for a DUI on Hwy 80 East. Melissa M. Marchionda, 39, was arrested on Oct. 27 for insufficient funds check. Incidents: On Oct. 13, an incident of aggravated assault (family- strong ann) was reported on Hilltop Circle. An incident of damage to a vehicle was reported on US Hwy 80 East, octo. 13. A silver Hyundia Elantra was damaged. On Oct. 14, an incident of leaving the scene of an accident was reported on Hwy 80 East. On OCt. 14, an incident of insufficient funds check was reported at Dominio's. On Oct. 14, an incident of forgery (checks) was reported on South Strawberry St. On Oct. 14. an incident of domestic menacing (knife) was reported on East Decatur. An incident of theft was reported on Hilltop Circle, Oct. 14. Some money was stolen. On Oct. 16. an incident of simple assault was reported on First Ave. On Oct. 16. an incident of forgery (two counts-checks) was reported. An incident of theft of prop- erty was reported on Arcola Road, Oct. 17. A semi-auto Bryco 380 pistol was stolen. On Oct. 17, an incident of criminal mischief was reported on Phil Harper Drive. A Chevy was damaged. On Oct. 18. an incident of criminal trespassing was report- ed on South Glover. On Oct. 18, incidents of sim- ple assault and criminal mis- chief were reported at McDonald's. A Chevrolet HHR was damaged. An incident of shoplifting was reported at Walmart, Oct. 19. Taken: May Lipstick, NEU Primer and Maybelline Eye Shadow were stolen. Incidents of miscellaneous offenses were reported on US 43 North, Oct. 21. A windshield was damaged. On Oct. 21, an incident of disorderly conduct/disturbing the peace and resisting arrest was reported on US 43 North. On Oct. 21, an incident of selling/distribution of ampheta- mine was reported on Hwy 80 West. On Oct. 21, an incident of disorderly conduct/disturbing the peace was reported on Hwy 80 West. An incident of theft of prop- erty was reported on East Decatur Street, Oct. 22. Some money was stolen. An incident of theft of lost property was reported on Oct. 22. Stolen items: a Mastercard, money and a wallet. On Oct. 23, an incident of criminal mischief was reported on Bell Grayson Road. A win- dow was damaged. An incident of leaving the scene of an accident was report- ed on Cedar St. and US Hwy 80, Oct. 23. An incident of unauthorized use of a vehicle (green Jeep Cherokee) was reported on Yellow Creek Road, Oct. 23. An incident of theft of article from an auto was reported on Old Springhill Road, Oct. 24. Taken: credit/debit cards, dri- ver's license, social security card, medical insurance card. On Oct. 25, an incident of domestic violence was reported on Wolf Circle. On Oct. 26, an incident of theft was reported on Hwy 80. On Oct. 27, an incident of disorderly conduct/disturbing the peace was reported on Hwy 80 West. On Oct. 27, an incident of theft of article from an auto was reported at US Jones. The tag of a gray Chevy Cavalier was stolen. Promote Your Business 334-295-5224 334-295-5563(fax) dreporter2@yahoo.com Three couples were granted divorces for the month of August. They were: Reginald L. Adams, 39 of Demopolis and Tineeshia Wheeler, 39 of Demopolis; Tommy Roland Hewitt, 39 of Newbern and Jennifer Hewitt, 36 of Demopolis: Willie J. Powell, 42 of Sacremto, Ca: and Latressa B. Powell, 45 of Demopolis Four couples were granted divorces for the month of September. 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