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Police reports for the week of July 4, 2012

Published 4:23pm Tuesday, July 3, 2012

The following are incident and offense reports from municipal police departments from June 11-27:

 

Alabaster

 

June 18

-Found property from the Walmart parking lot at Colonial Promenade Parkway (parking lot, garage). Recovered were a Betty Boop wallet with contents valued at $10, an Alabama driver’s license valued at $10 and 68 cents in U.S. currency.

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

-Information from the 100 block of Park Place Lane (residence, home).

-Damage to property from First Street North (parking lot, garage). Damaged was a passenger rear door of a 1997 Ford Explorer.

-Domestic incident from the 800 block of Barkley Drive (residence, home).

-Theft of property from the 500 block of First Street Southwest (convenience store). Stolen was Body Fantasies Body Spray valued at $1.

-Criminal mischief from the 1000 block of First Street North (parking lot, garage). Damaged was a 2004 Toyota Highlander in the amount of $400.

-Identity theft from the 1200 block of Morning Star Lane (residence, home). Stolen was $24 in charges to a Visa card.

-Information only – welfare check from the 200 block of Second Street Southwest (other, unknown).

-Theft of property from the 100 block of First Avenue West (commercial). Stolen was a red bicycle valued at $100.

-Information only from the 200 block of Sweetbay Drive (highway, street).

-Theft of property from the 600 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (supermarket).

-Domestic dispute from the 1700 block of Woodbrook Trail (parking lot, garage).

 

June 19

-Theft of property from the 2200 block of Kent Dairy Road (department store). Stolen were a green night gown valued at $9 and a pink night gown valued at $8.

-Information from the 7800 block of County Road 17 (residence, home).

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft of property from the 500 block of Third Street Northeast (parking lot, garage). Stolen were a book of checks, a First Federal Credit Union debit card, a can of Axe body spray valued at $10 and miscellaneous CDs valued at $50.

-Domestic incident investigation from Highway 31 (highway, street).

-Identity theft from First Street North (government, public building).

-Theft of property from the 7800 block of Highway 119 (commercial). Stolen was a three-and-a-half-ton air conditioner unit valued at $7,000.

-Lost tag from somewhere in Alabaster (residence, home).

-Theft of property from Colonial Promenade Parkway (supermarket). Stolen was $200.67 in U.S. currency.

-Animal complaint from the 1500 block of Mitch Lane (residence, home).

-Receiving stolen property from the 800 block of Ninth Street Northwest (parking lot, garage).

 

June 20

-Driving under the influence from Interstate 65 near the 234 mile marker (highway, street).

-Information only from the 1100 block of Thompson Road (residence, home).

-Criminal trespass and theft of property from the 1700 block of Fulton Springs Road (other, unknown). Stolen was 200 feet of copper cable valued at $3,000.

-Information only from the 100 block of Keystone mobile home park (residence, home).

-Theft of property from the 100 block of South Colonial Drive (specialty store). Stolen was a Playstation Vita valued at $249.

-Information only from 9378 Highway 119 (parking lot, garage).

-Domestic violence investigation and domestic violence – harassment from the 100 block of Cohill Drive (residence, home).

-Theft of property – shoplifting from the 600 block of Colonial Parkway (department store). Stolen and recovered were Midwest gloves valued at $15,97, two white designer T-shirts valued at $15, a black wallet with a chain valued at $9, a universal 18-inch chainsaw bar and guide valued at $27.64 and a Haier refrigerator replacement filter valued at $39.97.

-Suicide attempt from Wooten Road (residence, home).

-Property damage from the 100 block of Summer Brook Lane (residence, home). Damaged was a gutter and shingle roofing in the amount of $400.

-Harassing communications from Highway 119 (highway, street).

-Burglary and theft of property from the 8300 block of Highway 119 (residence, home). Stolen were a Rockford Fosgate subwoofer valued at $180, a JL Audio block subwoofer valued at $215, an iPhone 4 valued at $200, an iPhone charger valued at $15, an O’Ryon brand amplifier valued at $150 and an O’Ryon brand Cobalt speaker box valued at $150.

 

June 21

-Burglary and theft of property from the 400 block of Red Bay Cove (residence, home). Stolen was an Xbox valued at $499.

-Domestic incident from the 500 block of Fifth Avenue Southeast (residence, home).

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft of property from the 600 block of Barkley Circle (residence, home). Damaged was a convertible top in the amount of $1,400 and tail lamps in the amount of $200. Stolen were a Sylvania computer tablet valued at $300, a Dell laptop valued at $100 and a ladies gold bracelet watch valued at $300.

-Harassment from the 7800 block of Highway 119 (residence, home).

-Theft of property from West Navajo Trail (residence, home). Stolen was an Eagle Talon valued at $1,000.

-Spilling a load from Second Place Northwest at Highway 31 (highway, street).

-Fraudulent use of a credit card from the 500 block of Windsor Court (convenience store).

-Minor in possession of alcohol from County Road 17 (parking lot, garage). Recovered was Natural Light beer.

-Theft of property from the 1500 block of Kent Dairy Road (residence, home). Stolen were pants valued at $80, hair straighter valued at $15, DVDs valued at $40, boots valued at $25, Rue 21 black and white striped shirt valued at $10 and bras valued at $20.

 

June 22

-Harassing communications from the 1100 block of Thompson Road (residence, home).

 

Calera

 

June 15

-Receiving stolen property III from the 60 block of Shelby County 800 (other/unknown). Stolen and recovered were various pieces of metal associated with railroad valued at $468.60.

-Failure to appear form the 10000 block of Alabama 25 (govt/public building).

-Simple assault – family from the 200 block of Ivy Hill Circle (residence/home).

 

June 16

-Harassment – family from Meriweather Drive (residence/home).

-Harassment – family from U.S. 31 (residence/home).

-Menacing – aggravated assault and menacing from U.S. 31 (residence/home).

-Failure to appear form the 10000 block of Alabama 25 (govt/public building).

-Information only from the 2400 block of Second Avenue (other/unknown).

-Harassment – family from U.S. 31 (residence/home).

 

June 17

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of Sunset Lane (residence/home).

-Driving under the influence – alcohol from Interstate 65 and mile marker 235 (highway/street).

-Harassment – family from 22nd Avenue (residence/home).

-Domestic incident and falsely reporting incident from the 2900 block of U.S. 31 (residence/home).

-Abandoned vehicle – roadway hazard from Industrial Parkway and U.S. 31 (highway/street).

-Agency assist from the 10000 block of U.S. 31 (highway/street).

 

June 18

-Property damage from the 2200 block of Village Lane (highway/street). Damaged were Plymouth Voyager van in the amount of $99.

-Alias writ of arrest from the 10000 block of Alabama 25 (govt/public building).

-Burglary II and theft of property II from Shelby County 95 (residence/home). Stolen was $800 in U.S. currency.

-Harassment from Shelby County 12 (residence/home).

-Simple assault – family from Depot Drive (residence/home).

 

June 19

-Warrant – capias from the 400 block of Shelby County 227 (residence/home).

-Receiving stolen property III from the 7900 block of U.S. 31 (other/unknown). Stolen and recovered were standard railroad joint bars valued at $468.60

-Disorderly conduct – disturbing the peace from the 1700 block of 21st Avenue (residence/home).

-Harassment from the 1700 block of 21st Avenue (residence/home).

-Menacing – intimidation only from 10th Street (highway/street).

-Harassing communications from the 10000 block of Alabama 25 (residence/home).

 

June 20

-Warrant – alias from the 9400 block of Shelby County 22, Maplesville (other/unknown).

-Warrant – alias from Tony Home Drive (highway/street).

-Criminal mischief – damage to business property and theft of property III from the 400 block of Shelby County 310 (other/unknown). Damaged was a generator valued at $3,000. Stolen were three 4/0 copper service wires valued at $60.

-Criminal mischief – damage to business property and theft of property III from the 400 block of Shelby County 310 (other/unknown). Damaged was a generator valued at $3,000. Stolen was 60 feet of copper wire valued at $60.

-Harassing communications from the 100 block of Waterstone Way (residence/home).

-Burglary III and theft by deception III from the 100 block of Southern Hills Circle (residence/home). Stolen was SKS 7.62 caliber valued at $400.

 

June 21

-Agency assist from the 8400 block of U.S. 31 (restaurant).

-Harassment from 10th Street and Eighth Avenue (highway/street).

-Driving under the influence – alcohol from the 700 block of Supercenter Drive (parking lot/garage).

-Domestic incident from the 6000 block of Shelby County 12 (residence/home).

-Menacing – intimidation only from the 300 block of Oakwell Circle (residence/home).

-Driving under the influence from Interstate 65 and mile marker 228 (highway/street).

-Identity theft from Merlin Drive (residence/home). Stolen was an identity valued at $1.

-Criminal mischief – damage to private property from Deborah Drive (residence/home). Damaged was a black mailbox valued at $1.

-Harassing communications – family from Village Trail (residence/home).

-Harassment from Second Avenue (residence/home).

-Incident from the 10000 block of Alabama 25 (govt/public building).

 

June 22

-Driving under the influence – alcohol form Shelby West Parkway (highway/street).

-Harassing communications from the 10 block of Depot Drive (residence/home).

-Public intoxication from the 900 block of 10th Street (highway/street).

-Incident from the 8300 block of U.S. 31 (drug store).

-Harassment – family from the 300 block of Kensington Manor Drive (residence/home).

-Failure to appear from the 10000 block of Alabama 25 (govt/public building).

-Simple assault from the 800 block of Sixth Avenue (highway/street).

 

June 23

-Simple assault – family from Village Lane (residence/home).

-Simple assault – family from the 100 block of Rosewood Circle (residence/home).

-Incident from the 10000 block of Alabama 25 (other/unknown).

-Recovery of property from Interstate 65 and 228 mile marker (highway/street). Recovered was a stolen Alabama license plate.

-Domestic incident from the 1100 block of Village Trail (residence/home).

-Property damage from Interstate 65 at the 234 mile marker (highway/street). Damaged was the front windshield of a car.

-Theft of property II and unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from Moss Hill Court (residence/home). Stolen was a Smith & Wesson pistol valued at $600 and magazine for Smith & Wesson Lady Smith 9 mm pistol valued at $30.

-Criminal mischief – damage to private property from Shiloh Creek Drive (residence/home). Damaged was the rear window of a white Cadillac Deville in the amount of $400.

-Driving under the influence – alcohol from the 3000 block of Shelby County 16 (highway/street).

 

Columbiana

 

June 20

-Civil property dispute from the 200 block of Mizzel Road (residence/home).

-Theft by deception from the 700 block of Colby Lane (residence/home).

 

June 25

-Domestic violence – harassment III from the 70 block of Highway 70 (residence/home).

-Theft of property from the 21000 block of Alabama 25 (commercial).

-Burglary and criminal mischief from the 300 block of Old Highway 25 West (residence/home).

 

Harpersville

 

June 11

-Identity theft from the U.S. 280 Chevron.

 

June 17

-Domestic violence from Alabama 25.

 

June 18

-Harassment from Jack’s parking lot.

 

June 20

-Felony stop from Lamplight circle.

 

June 21

-Lost property (recovered) from the U.S. 280 Chevron. Recovered was a wallet.

-Moving vehicle accident from U.S. 280 and Brumbaugh Street.

-Two-car moving vehicle accident from Shelby County 76 and Shelby County 85.

 

Helena

 

June 17

-Information only from Joe Tucker Park (other, unknown).

 

June 19

-Criminal mischief from the 180 block of Third Street. Damaged was a skylight in the amount of $500.

-Violation of grass and weeds ordinance from the 1400 block of Secretariat Drive (residence, home).

-Probation violation from the 800 block of Highway 52 East (government, public building).

 

Montevallo

 

June 21

-Domestic violence III – harassing communications from the 30 block of Shelby County 219 (residence/home).

-Custody dispute from the 100 block of Skyview Drive (residence/home).

 

June 22

-Theft by deception II from the 100 block of Wilson Drive (residence/home). Stolen was a tanning bed valued at $750.

 

June 24

-Trespass warning from the 4600 block of Alabama 25 (restaurant).

-Criminal trespass III from the 900 block of Shelby Street (residence/home).

 

June 27

-Property damage (hit and run) from the 1200 block of Island Street (parking lot/garage). Damaged was a 1998 Ford Expedition in the amount of $500.

-Assault III and harassment from the 10 block of White Street (highway/street).

 

Pelham

 

June 17

-Miscellaneous information from Village Lane (residence, home).

 

June 18

-Miscellaneous information from Chicago (department store). Stolen was an Eco Credit Union transfer in the amount of $461.

-Violation of municipal ordinance – zoning from the 600 block of Stuart Lane (commercial).

-Theft of property from 3193 Lee St. (parking lot, garage). Stolen were an Dell Inspiron computer valued at $599, an Asus portable disk drive valued at $179, a wireless mouse valued at $30 and a computer case valued at $15.

-Unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from 2181 Pelham Parkway (specialty store). Confiscated were a plastic bottle with a metal socket valued at $2.

-Theft of property from Oak Mountain State Park beach (other, unknown). Stolen were an Apple iPhone 4 valued at $700 and a pink and black Otter Box case valued at $40.

-Theft of property from 2181 Pelham Parkway (supermarket). Stolen and recovered were assorted DVD movies valued at $189.

-Harassing communications from the 100 block of Hayesbury Court (residence, home).

-Property damage from Highway 52 East (highway, street). Damaged were the right front signal of a 2005 Ford Expedition in the amount of $250, a hood of a 2005 Ford Expedition in the amount of $500, a front bumper of a 2005 Ford Expedition in the amount of $250 and the right front fender of a 2005 Ford Expedition in the amount of $250.

-Criminal possession of a forged instrument from First Commercial Bank (bank). Stolen was $5,908 in U.S. currency.

 

June 19

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the 300 block of Ball Park Road (parking lot, garage). Stolen was a brass Getsen trombone valued at $900.

-Miscellaneous information from the 800 block of Ballantrae Parkway (residence, home).

 

June 20

-Miscellaneous information and switched tag from Pelham Parkway at Valleydale Road (highway, street). Recovered were a small white pill splinter and crusher containing residue, half of a small white pill and an Alabama license.

-Violation of safe streets ordinance and outside agency assist from Tony Holmes Drive (highway, street).

-Property damage from the 2400 block of Chandabrook Drive (highway, street). Damaged was a residential brick mailbox in the amount of $800.

-Miscellaneous information from the 200 block of Cahaba Valley Road (parking lot, garage).

 

June 21

-Harassment from Interstate 65 at Cahaba Valley Road (highway, street).

-Property damage – vehicle from Johnny Ray’s Barbecue at 309 Huntley Parkway (parking lot, garage). Damaged was a 2009 Ford Focus.

-Death investigation from Windsor Lane (residence, home).

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the 100 block of Brookshire Lane (residence, home). Stolen were a Garmin GPS valued at $120, an iPod valued at $150 and an iPod charger valued at $15.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the parking lot of 101 Cahaba Valley Parkway (parking lot, garage). Stolen were a pink and plaid cloth purse valued at $12, an America’s First checkbook and debit card valued at $1, a pair of diamond and emerald earrings valued at $120, a black Sprint cell phone valued at $120, a half-bottle of metformin tablets valued at $40 and damaged was the passenger side window and door handle of a 2002 GMC Sierra in the amount of $250.

-Harassing communications from 101 Heather Way (residence, home).

-Miscellaneous complaint from the 200 block of Oaklyn Hills Drive (residence, home).

 

June 22

-Theft of property from the 2200 block of Pelham Parkway (other, unknown). Stolen was an HTC Evo cell phone valued at $600.

-Outside agency assist – law enforcement from 560 Cahaba Valley Road (service, gas station).

-Domestic violence – assault from behind Sport Clips at 1942 Pelham Parkway (specialty store). Stolen was an iPhone valued at $200.

-Driving under the influence of alcohol and leaving the scene of an accident from Pelham Parkway and Morgan Road (highway, street).

 

June 23

-Theft of property from the 300 block of Walker Way. Stolen were an FM transmitter valued at $50.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from Walker Road (residence, home). Stolen were a Verizon mobile phone valued at $100 and a black cloth jacket valued at $20.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from Walker Road (residence, home). Stolen and recovered were a Magellan Crossover GPS valued at $300, an Alabama canvas bag valued at $25, three children’s books valued at $15 and a box of crayons valued at $2.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from Walker Way (residence, home). Stolen were an RCA DVD player valued at $200, children’s toys valued at $10 and two audio headphones valued at $20.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from Walker Way (residence, home). Stolen were an iPod 30 GB valued at $150.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from the 300 block of Walker Way (residence, home). Stolen were 3D glasses valued at $20 and a Motorolla cell phone valued at $300.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from Walker Way (residence, home). Stolen were an XM Onyx satellite radio valued at $60 and white sunglasses valued at $15.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from Stonehaven Trail (residence, home). Stolen were a Tom Tom One XL GPS valued at $200, a Tom Tom GPS valued at $200, a Fuji Film camera valued at $100 and sunglasses valued at $15.

 

 

June 24

-Burglary from the 900 block of Colesbury Circle (residence, home). Stolen were miscellaneous costume jewelry rings valued at $100, miscellaneous costume jewelry necklaces valued at $20, a paycheck from Over the Mountain Journal valued at $480, a bottle of hydrocodone tablets valued at $20 and a red Hewlett Packard laptop computer valued at $500.

 

June 25

-Theft of property from the 900 block of Helena Road (parking lot, garage). Stolen was a 2008 Club Car villager people transporter valued at $5,000.

 

Vincent

 

June 12

-Private property moving vehicle accident at the Vincent Shell. Damaged was a Toyota Camry.

-Property damage from U.S. 231. Damaged was a driver’s side mirror.

 

June 16

-Property damage from Shelby County 62. Damaged was a riding lawnmower.

 

June 18

-Harassing communications from the 42000 block of Alabama 25.

 

June 20

-Lost/missing property from the 4300 block of Shelby County 85. Lost was a White Hawk .357 handgun.

 

June 21

-Property damage from Shelby County 463. Damaged was a Toyota Camry.

-Endangering welfare of a child from Bates Road.

 

June 23

-Theft of identity from 100 block of Dogwood Circle.

 

June 26

-Allowing a dog to run at large from the 200 block of Darnell Drive.

-Criminal mischief and theft of property from 3600 block of Shelby County 83. Damaged was a lock and hardware associating with water meter. Stolen were 220 gallons.

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