Police reports for the week of Nov. 16, 2011

Published 4:25pm Tuesday, November 15, 2011

The following are incident and offense reports from municipal police departments from Oct. 29-Nov. 9:

 

Alabaster

 

Oct. 31

-Criminal tampering and theft of property from the 1800 block of Woodbrook Trail (parking lot, garage). Stolen were 17 chrome lug nuts valued at $25.

-Illegal possession of prescription medication from 890 First Ave. W. (highway, street). Confiscated was a Ketorolac pill.

-Unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from 890 First Ave. W. (highway, street). Confiscated were a metal pipe.

-Theft of lost property from the 400 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (parking lot, garage). Stolen was a LifeSouth book bag valued at $15, two packs of Camel cigarettes valued at $9, candy valued at $3, a set of keys valued at $3 and an Alabama driver’s license valued at $23.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft of property from the 1750 block of Woodbrook Trail (parking lot, garage). Stolen was a JVC KD-R210 valued at $100.

-Violation of protection order from the 100 block of Seventh Avenue Northeast (other, unknown).

-Runaway juvenile from the 200 block of Parliament Parkway (residence, home).

 

Nov. 1

-Harassment from Lighthouse Drive (highway, street).

-Open house party from the 100 block of Lighthouse Drive (residence, home).

-Information only from the 1030 block of Henry Drive (residence, home). Stolen were a Dooney-Burke purse valued at $150 and an Aigner purse valued at $100.

-Damage to property from the 100 block of Warrior Drive (parking lot, garage). Damaged was a passenger front fender in the amount of $500.

-Domestic violence investigation and harassment from the 800 block of Independence Drive (residence, home).

-Suicidal person from Highway 119 at Triple G Road (highway, street).

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of Grande View Circle (residence, home).

-Theft of services from the 700 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (restaurant). Stolen were four Crown Royal drinks valued at $27.

-Theft of services from the 4400 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (restaurant). Stolen were alcoholic drinks valued at $42.92.

 

Nov. 2

-Information only – recovered property from the parking lot of Community Baptist church. Confiscated were a U.S. carbine .30-caliber valued at $100 and a Mossberg and Sons 395K valued at $100.

-Damage to property from the 1300 block of West Navajo Drive (residence, home). Damaged were a 2009 white Hyundai Sonata GLS passenger and fender doors and a wooden mailbox.

-Sexual abuse from 10111 Highway 119 (school, college).

-Theft of property from the Walmart at 630 Colonial Parkway (commercial). Stolen was a girl’s shirt valued at $6.

-Information from the 200 block of McDow Road (other, unknown).

-Found property from the 200 block of McDow Road (other, unknown). Recovered was a non-driver identification card.

-Theft of services from the 300 block of First Street Southwest (restaurant). Stolen was food valued at $33.64.

-Theft of property from Walmart at 630 Colonial Promenade Parkway (commercial). Stolen were numerous grocery items valued at $285.89.

-Theft of property from First Street North (service, gas station). Stolen were a black Levi brand wallet with a money clip on the side, a Visa debit card throuh Alabama Telco Credit Union, an Alabama drivers’ license and $822 in U.S. currency.

-Runaway juvenile from the 1500 block of Kent Dairy Road (school, college).

-Runaway juvenile from the 1500 block of Kent Dairy Road (other, unknown).

-Theft of property from 630 Colonial Promenade Parkway (department store). Stolen and recovered were jumbo packs of Reese’s cup candies valued at $4.48, an 80-count bottle of Bayer asprin valued at $9.47, a bottle of glucosamine valued at $20, a bottle of lotion valued at $4.97 and a bottle of Replenish saline solution valued at $7.97.

-Identity theft from the 200 block of Leaf Lane (other, unknown).

-Harassment from the 500 block of Regent Drive (residence, home).

-Burglary and theft of property from the 1700 block of Woodbrook Trail (residence, home). Stolen were a Kinect game console valued at $150, a power cord for Xbox game console valued at $25, seven Xbox games valued at $350, RCA cables valued at $5 and a jar containing $20 in loose change.

-Open door from 1737 Highway 119 (other, unknown).

-Information only – welfare check from Highway 119 at Kent Dairy Road (highway, street).

 

Nov. 3

-Found article from the 800 block of Highway 31 (highway, street). Recovered were a blue bag containing personal information, a wallet, a cell phone case and photo negatives valued at $5.

-Domestic incident from the 1100 block of Second Street Northeast (residence, home).

-Burglary and theft of property from the 300 block of Industrial Road (commercial). Stolen was a 1996 white Chevrolet C-3500 flatbed truck valued at $2,500.

-Information only from the female side cell area of the Alabaster City Jail (jail, prison).

-Harassment from the 1000 block of Timber Ridge Circle (residence, home).

-Leaving the scene of an accident from County Road 68 (highway, street). Damaged was a stop sign and a street sign in the amount of $200.

-Information only from 840 Colonial Promenade Parkway (restaurant).

-Domestic incident from the 1000 block of Grande View Circle (residence, home).

 

Nov. 4

-Criminal mischief from the 1100 block of Thompson Road (residence, home). Damaged was a door frame in the amount of $250.

-Damage to property from 7645 Highway 119 South (service, gas station). Damaged were a Chevron metal sign case in the amount of $700.

-Burglary and theft of property from the 900 block of Burnt Pine Drive (residence, home). Stolen were a Gateway netbook computer valued at $500 and a men’s white and yellow gold wedding ring valued at $650.

-Information only – lost or stolen property from an unknown location (other, unknown). Lost was a 2012 year decal for a vehicle tag.

-Information only from the 100 block of Widgeon Drive (other, unknown).

-Theft of property from the 630 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (department store). Stolen were miscellaneous cosmetics valued at $30.27.

-Burglary and theft of property from the 1800 block of Woodbrook Trail (residence, home). Stolen was an Xbox 360 console valued at $299, six Xbox 360 games valued at $250, an HTC Evo valued at $300, three Xbox 360 controllers valued at $120, an Xbox 360 headset valued at $50 and piggy bank containing $10 in U.S. currency.

-Welfare check from the 300 block of Meadow Circle (residence, home).

-Theft of property from Rack Room Shoes (department store). Stolen and recovered were Sperry Top Sider shoes valued at $54.99.

-Information only from the 100 block of Ashford Lane (residence, home).

-Harassing communications from the 100 block of Olive Road (residence, home).

-Harassing communications from the North Colonial Promenade (highway, street).

-Information only from the 100 block of Ashford Lane (residence, home).

-Animal complaint – violation of leash law from the 200 block of King Arthur Place (highway, street).

-Harassing communications from a cell phone (residence, home).

-Harassing communications from the 1200 block of Broken Bow Circle (residence, home).

 

Nov. 5

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft of property from the 9000 block of Highway 119 (parking lot, garage). Stolen was purple tube mascara valued at $5.

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of Winterhaven Drive (residence, home).

-Information from the 100 block of Greenfield Circle (residence, home).

-Found property from the Paul’s Diamond parking lot (parking lot, garage). Recovered was a Visa credit card.

-Breaking and entering a vehicle and theft of property from the 600 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (parking lot, garage). Stolen were two power base 12-inch speakers with speaker boxes valued at $400.

-Damage to property from the 1200 block of First Avenue West (highway, street). Damaged were a front bumper in the amount of $500 and a hood in the amount of $150.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft of property from the 9000 block of Highway 119 (specialty store). Stolen were a Nikon camera valued at $600 and Vogue prescription eyeglasses valued at $275.

-Animal complaint – animal at large from the 100 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (restaurant).

-Domestic incident from the 800 block of Windsor Court (residence, home)

-Information only from the 1700 block of Woodbrook Trail (residence, home).

-Information only from the 100 block of Cambridge Lane (residence, home).

-Unlawful possession of marijuana from U.S. highway 31 and County Road 87 (highway, street). Recovered was a green plant material believed to be marijuana.

-Domestic violence investigation from the 100 block of Berry Hill Drive (residence, home).

-Information from Highway 119 (parking lot, garage).

 

Nov. 6

-Harassment from the 1700 block of Woodbrook Trail (residence, home).

-Harassment from the 1100 block of Highway 31 (highway, street).

-Domestic incident from the 1600 block of Old Highway 31 (residence, home).

-Unlawful possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from the 200 block of Lane Park Circle (residence, home). Confiscated were marijuana stems and multiple homemade marijuana smoking devices.

-Information only – fight from the South Promenade (specialty store).

-Information only from the 600 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (parking lot, garage).

 

Nov. 7

-Unlawful possession of prescription medication from the Woodbrook Shell (service, gas station). Confiscated was acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate 500 mg/10 mg valued at $5.

 

Calera

 

 

Oct. 31

-Possession of forged instrument II from 10380 Alabama 25 (convenience store).

-Harassment from 20th Avenue (residence, home).

-Criminal trespass III from Village Lane (residence, home).

-Interference with custody from the 100 block of Southern Hills Parkway (residence, home).

-Lost property from the 100 block of Camden Cove Circle (residence, home).

-Minor in possession of alcohol and public intoxication from 5100 U.S. 31 (supermarket).

-Domestic violence III from the 100 block of Winners Circle (residence, home).

-Domestic incident from the 2100 block of 18th Street (residence, home).

 

Nov. 1

-Theft III from the 5800 block of U.S. 31 (department store). Stolen was an Adroid phone valued at $499.99.

-Harassment from 100 Calera Eagle Drive (school, college).

-Illegal possession of debit/credit cards from the 600 block of Waterford Lane (other, unknown). Stolen from a Discover card was $2,662.63, and stolen from a Mastercard was $2,765.80.

 

Nov. 2

-Juvenile incident from Stonecreek Place (residence, home).

-Failure to pay for gasoline from 169 Supercenter Drive (convenience store). Stolen was 6.11 gallons of fuel valued at $20.

-Harassment from 100 Calera Eagle Drive (school, college).

-Harassment from County Road 304 (residence, home).

-Juvenile incident from the 700 block of Merlin Drive (residence, home).

-Theft III from 136 Marketplace Circle (bank). Stolen was $245 in U.S. currency.

 

Nov. 3

-Burglary III and theft III from the 200 block of Stonecreek Place (residence, home). Stolen were miscellaneous T-shirts valued at $30 and a gray Alabama hoodie valued at $30.

-Domestic incident from the 400 block of 11th Street (residence, home).

 

Nov. 4

-Discharging firearm into building and violation of protection order from the 100 block of Oak Leaf Lane (residence, home).

-Theft III and giving a false name to law enforcement from 10947 Alabama 25 (jail, prison). Stolen and recovered were a Sony Cybershot digital camera valued at $200 and a ball point pen valued at $1.

-Failure to pay for gasoline from 169 Supercenter Drive (convenience store). Stolen was $68 in fuel.

-Incident from Waterford Parkway at County Road 70 (highway, street).

 

Nov. 5

-Breaking and entering of a vehicle from 198 Dogwood Drive (parking lot, garage). Damage in the amount of $200 was done to a black 2008 Toyota Prius.

-Domestic incident from the 2100 block of 18th Street (residence, home).

-Animal complaint from 20th Avenue (residence, home).

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of King Richards Way (residence, home).

 

Nov. 6

-Theft III and burglary III from the 100 block of Ashby Street (residence, home). Stolen and recovered was a black refrigerator valued at $1,500.

-Incident from Savannah Circle (residence, home).

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of King Richards Way (residence, home).

 

Columbiana

 

Oct. 29

-Theft of property from a driveway on the 500 block of Ferry Road (residence, home). Stolen were a Red Milwaukee drill box and assorted tools, sockets and wrenches.

-Burglary and criminal mischief from the 300 block of McDown Road (commercial). Damaged were a metal covering on a wall, a fire extinguisher and five to 10 cast parts.

 

Oct. 31

-Burglary and theft of property from the 300 block of Seales Drive (residence, home). Stolen were a 12-gauge pump shotgun valued at $250, a Mossburg semi-automatic rifle valued at $225, an H&R single shot 12-gauge shotgun valued at $150 and a jar full of loose change, including some silver dollars, valued at $250.

 

Nov. 1

-Disorderly conduct and resisting arrest from the 200 block of Nelson Walker Road (highway, street).

 

Nov. 5

-Burglary and theft from McDown Road (commercial). Stolen were 40 cast metal parts.

-Theft – shoplifting from West College Street (commercial).

-Harassing communications from West College Street (commercial).

 

Nov. 8

-Harassing communications from the 100 block of Washington Street (school, college).

 

Nov. 9

-Theft of property from the 200 block of West College Street (commercial). Stolen was a red 1986 Chevrolet Cavalier.

-Burglary and theft of property from the 300 block of Highway 343 (residence, home). Stolen was a Honda generator valued at $750.

 

 

Harpersville

 

-Reports not available.

 

Helena

 

Oct. 31

-Business license violation from the 600 block of Old Cahaba Drive (highway, street).

 

Nov. 1

-Theft of property from the 300 block of Rocky Ridge Circle (residence, home). Stolen was an Echo brand RM210 weedeater valued at $100 and an electric hedge trimmer valued at $50.

 

Nov. 2

-Felony warrant from County Road 17 at Jet Pep (highway, street).

-Criminal mischief from the 700 block of Second Street (residence, home). Melted was an orange plastic container valued at $5.

-Hospice death from the 1900 block of Lakeland Trail (residence, home).

 

Nov. 3

-Warrant arrest – failure to appear – traffic from the Jefferson County Jail (government, public building).

 

Nov. 4

-Driving under the influence from Highway 17 at Wyndham Parkway (highway, street).

-Identity theft from the 500 block of Falls Creek Drive (residence, home). Stolen was $1,000 in U.S. currency.

-Identity theft from the 500 block of Falls Creek Drive (residence, home). Stolen was $1,000 in U.S. currency.

-Burglary from the 300 block of Chadwick Place (residence, home). Stolen were a Glock 17 handgun valued at $400, a Remington 20-gauge shotgun valued at $200, a 50-inch Vizio flatscreen plasma television valued at $750, a Dell Inspiron laptop computer valued at $275, an Apple iBook G4 valued at $450 and an Apple iPod Nano valued at $100.

 

Nov. 5

-Harassing communications from the 300 block of Rocky Ridge Circle (residence, home).

-Warrant arrest from Highway 17 at Dollar General (highway, street).

-Damage to property from Bentmoor Drive (residence, home). Damaged was a metal mailbox in the amount of $300.

 

Nov. 6

-Assault from the 1900 block of Riva Ridge Road (residence, home).

-Carrying a pistol without a permit and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from Wynwood Drive at Wynwood Circle (highway, street). Confiscated were a Taurus PT145 pro valued at $300, a 4mm Craftsman socket with marijuana residue valued at $2, 10 rounds of .45 ACP ammunition valued at $5 and an Uncle Mike’s nylon holster valued at $10.

-Business license violation from Bowrun Drive at Squire Drive (parking lot, garage).

 

Montevallo

 

 

Nov. 3

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of Wilson Drive (residence/home).

-Harassment from the 500 block of Hicks Street (parking lot/garage).

 

Nov. 4

-Criminal mischief third degree from Shelby Street and Middle Street (residence/home). Damaged was the glass of a left rear door in the valued of $200.

 

 

Nov. 5

-Found property from the 500 block of Main Street (highway/street). Recovered was a Bank Trust debit card in the valued of $0.

-Property damage from the 7300 block of Highway 22 (field/woods). Damaged were pasture fence and posts by vehicle in the amount of $500.

 

Nov. 7

-Theft of property third degree from the 900 block of Oak Street (school/college). Stolen was a blue Verizon wireless Samsung Intensity II valued at $150.

-Criminal trespass from the 800 block of Main Street Unit (restaurant).

 

Nov. 8

-Criminal mischief from the 4600 block of Highway 25 (restaurant). Damaged were two used Dayton Renegade tires valued at $75.

-Domestic incident from the 400 block of Shelby Street (residence/home).

 

Nov. 9

-Information only from the 500 block of Main Street (Govt/public building).

-Domestic violence third degree from the 500 block of Main Street (residence/home).

 

Pelham

 

Oct. 30

-Death investigation – hospice from the Green Park South mobile home park (residence, home).

 

Oct. 31

-Theft of gasoline from 2191 Pelham Parkway (service, gas station). Stolen were 9 gallons of unleaded plus gasoline valued at $30.

-Alabama taxpayer and citizen protection act from State Park Road at Bishop Circle (highway, street).

-Harassing communications from the 200 block of Yeager Parkway (commercial).

-Miscellaneous information from the 2900 block of Pelham Parkway (highway, street).

-Unlawful possession of marijuana and giving a false name to law enforcement from 2296 Pelham Parkway (parking lot, garage). Confiscated were about 4 grams of marijuana valued at $25.

 

Nov. 1

-Alabama taxpayer and citizen protection act from Pelham Parkway at Cahaba Valley Road (highway, street).

-Alabama tax payer and citizen protection act from Highway 52 East near Parkview Drive (highway, street).

-Unlawful possession of a controlled substance from the parking lot of Travel Lodge (parking lot, garage). Recovered were a small plastic bag containing suspected synthetic marijuana valued at $20, 30 8mg/2mg suboxone sublingual film 26 grams valued at $200 and a hunting knife valued at $20.

-Alabama taxpayer and citizen protection act from Pelham Parkway at Belle Vista mobile home park (highway, street).

-Theft of property from the 200 block of Beaver Creek Parkway (residence, home). Stolen were a Regions Bank Visa check card, a Regions Bank Visa credit card, a car key valued at $5 and a Social Security card.

-Theft of property from the parking lot of Travel Lodge (parking lot, garage). Stolen was an ST205/75R15 trailer tire valued at $123.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the Pelham Civic Center parking lot (parking lot, garage). Stolen were a Coach purse valued at $500, a Louis Vitton wallet valued at $200, a Louis Vitton change purse valued at $75, a Bank of America Mastercard, a Rocket City Federal Credit Union Visa card, a Chevron gasoline credit card and a check book from Regions Bank.

-Theft of property from 2191 Pelham Parkway (service, gas station). Stolen were 17.53 gallons of gas valued at $62 and recovered was an Insight debit Mastercard.

 

Nov. 2

uDomestic violence from the 100 block of Pelham Heights Road (residence, home).

uAlabama taxpayer and citizen protection act from Cahaba Valley Road at Southgate Drive (highway, street).

uAlabama taxpayer and citizen protection act from the 2200 block of Pelham Parkway (highway, street).

uDeath investigation – hospice from the 200 block of Strathaven Lane (residence, home).

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from the Pelham Police Department at 32 Philip Davis Street (government, public building).

-Alabama taxpayer and citizen protection act from Pelham Parkway at Cahaba Valley Road (highway, street).

-Criminal mischief from the 100 block of Weatherly Way (residence, home). Damaged was an exterior basement window in the amount of $200 and the glass on a French door in the amount of $200.

-Switched tag from Interstate 65 south near exit 234 (highway, street). Recovered were an Alabama license plate valued at $25, an American Arms .22-caliber pistol valued at $100 and a Smith and Wesson .38-caliber pistol valued at $150.

-Theft of property from the 700 block of Cahaba Manor Trail (residence, home). Stolen was an Alabama license plate valued at $25.

 

Nov. 3

-Property damage – vehicle from 3347 Pelham Parkway (specialty store). Damaged was the rear bumper of a 2004 Dodge Durango in the amount of $1,500.

-Property damage – vehicle from the 2900 block of Pelham Parkway (parking lot, garage). Damaged were the rear driver-side door of a 2010 Honda Civic.

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from Highway 11 at Chatham Court (highway, street).

-Property damage – non-criminal from Interstate 65 near exit 246 (highway, street). Damaged was a car hood in the amount of $2,000 and a front windshield in the amount of $500.

-Public intoxication from the parking lot of Walmart (parking lot, garage).

-Alabama tax payer and citizen protection act from the 3300 block of Pelham Parkway (highway, street).

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from the Shelby County Services Building (government, public building).

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from IHOP at 2000 Pelham Parkway (parking lot, garage). Stolen were a Woods Family Pharmacy prescription bottle filled with 53 tablets of Adderall valued at $87 and a bottle of Curve cologne valued at $100.

-Property damage from Alpha Bits academy at 8777 Helena Road (school, college). Damaged was a passenger-side front door in the amount of $500.

-Change bills – circulating from Walgreen’s at 9458 Helena Road (drug store). Recovered was a forged $20 bill.

 

Nov. 4

-Miscellaneous information from the 700 block of Cahaba Manor Trail (residence, home). Confiscated was a Steyr S40 .40-caliber pistol with one magazine and nine rounds of ammunition valued at $400.

-Civil dispute from the 500 block of Cahaba Manor Trail (restaurant).

-Alabama taxpayer and citizen protection act from Pelham Parkway and Cahaba Valley Road (highway, street).

-Violation of barking dog ordinance from the 1700 block of Tecumseh Trail (residence, home).

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the 2800 block of Pelham Parkway (parking lot, garage). Stolen were $200 in U.S. currency, a small black Coach purse with grey emblems valued at $150, a brown wallet valued at $20, an Alabama driver’s license valued at $20, a Social Security card and assorted paperwork.

-Burglary from Cedar Cove (residence, home). Damaged was a rear door frame in the amount of $400, and stolen were assorted pieces of costume jewelry valued at $100, two opal rings valued at $150, a wedding ring valued at $250 and a high school class ring valued at $50.

 

Nov. 5

-Robbery and assault from the 200 block of Brookhollow Drive (residence, home). Stolen were a Samsung cell phone valued at $200, a brown leather wallet valued at $30, the victim’s driver’s license valued at $30, the victim’s Social security card valued at $30 and $130 in U.S. currency.

-Domestic violence – harassment from the 2200 block of Williamsburg Drive (residence, home).

-Overdose and unlawful possession of a controlled substance from the 700 block of Cahaba Valley Road (service, gas station). Confiscated were a shard of a clear crystalline substance believed to be methamphetamine contained in a cigarette wrapper valued at $10, a light blue round pill confirmed via poison control as oxycodone valued at $5, cream-colored oval pills confirmed via poison control as pizanidine valued at $10 and a blue plastic pill box valued at $1.

-Lost property from the 100 block of Industrial Park Drive (commercial). Reported missing was a Western Union money order in the amount of $967.46.

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from Interstate 65 northbound near exit 247.

 

Nov. 6

-Property damage from the Birmingham News parking lot on Business Center Drive (parking lot, garage). Damaged was a 1997 Honda Accord in the amount of $500.

-Alabama tax payer and citizen protection act from Highway 31 at Stonehaven Trail (highway, street).

-Alabama tax payer and citizen protection act from the 2700 block of Pelham Parkway (parking lot, garage).

 

Vincent

 

-Reports not available.

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