Police Reports for the week of May 5, 2010

Alabaster

April 20

-Information from the 700 block of Sixth Avenue Southwest.

-Theft of property from the 100 block of South Colonial Drive, Suite 200 (restaurant). Stolen were a Coach purse valued at $350, a Canon camera valued at $300, a cell phone valued at $300, a gift card valued at $100, two memory cards valued at $60 and keys valued at $250.

-Information only from the 100 block of Trail Circle.

-Unlawful possession of paraphernalia from the area of Weatherly Club Drive. Confiscated, seized was a glass pipe used to smoke marijuana with residue.

-Animal complaint (feline) from the 800 block of Colonial Drive.

-Harassment from the area of 11th Avenue Southeast (highway, street).

-Property damage (information only) from the 400 bloc of Thompson Road (school, college). Damaged was the rear window of a 2007 Toyota Sienna.

-Information only from the 200 block of Brentwood Drive.

-Theft of property from the 250 block of South Colonial Drive (department store). Stolen was merchandise valued at $871.54.

-Information only from the 900 block of 10th Street Southwest.

-For information only from Highway 31 North (highway, street).

April 21

-Theft of property from the 200 block of South Colonial Drive (specialty store). Stolen and recovered were a conductor hat valued at $9.99, two pair of MSC shorts valued at $15 and $17.99 and a MSC tank top valued at $10.

-Information from McDonald’s, Highway 31 North (restaurant).

-Theft of property from the 100 block of First Street North (highway, street). Stolen were a purse, a Compass debit card, Compass and Visa credit cards, Texaco and Shell gas cards, a Sam’s Card, $60 cash/checkbook and keys.

-Theft of property from the 600 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (supermarket). Stolen were eight feminine products, five clothing products, three chili products and two unknown items.

-Identity theft from unknown.

-Domestic violence/harassment from the 800 block of Barkley Drive.

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of Maple Street, Maylene.

-Harassing communications from the 700 block of Colonial Promenade (bar).

April 22

Information only from the 700 block of Fifth Avenue Southeast.

-Damage to property from Alabaster Boulevard (highway, street). Damaged was a 2008 Mazda 31 Tourigan.

-Use of firearm from Alabaster Boulevard (highway, street).

-Theft of property from the 500 block of First Street Southwest (commercial). Stolen were five six-packs of washcloths valued at $21.60.

-Theft of property from undisclosed. Stolen was a Vivitar Vivicam 8690 camera with a black leather case valued at $65.

-Theft of property from the 10000 block of County Road 17, Maylene. Stolen was a Campbell Hausfield air compressor valued at $680.

-Information only from Tuscaloosa (school, college). Listed were two binders of information.

-Information from the 7800 block of Highway 17.

-Domestic violence investigation /harassment from the 400 block of Fifth Avenue Southeast.

April 23

-Unauthorized use of vehicle from the 400 block of 12th Street Southwest. Listed was a 2001 Chevrolet C1500 pickup.

-Information only from the 1000 block of First Street North (other, unknown).

-Attempted breaking/entering vehicle from the 800 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (parking lot, garage).

–Attempted breaking/entering vehicle from the 800 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (parking lot, garage).

-Attempted breaking/entering vehicle from the 700 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (parking lot, garage).

-Possession of burglary tools from the 800 block of Colonial Promenade Parkway (parking lot, garage). Confiscated, seized was a “Task Force” standard screwdriver valued at $2.

-Criminal mischief from Best Buy parking lot. Damaged was a 2000 Nissan Maxima in the amount of $500.

-Theft of property from 601 First St. S. (school, college. Stolen was a Sony cell phone valued at $230.

-Domestic violence investigation/domestic violence third/harassment from the 300 block of 11th Street Northwest.

-Theft of property from the 250 block of South Colonial Promenade (department store). Stolen were three PSP games valued at $670.

-Identity theft from undisclosed (bank).

-Violation of the leash law from the 100 block of Timber Ridge Drive.

-Animal complaint from the 100 block of Forest Parkway.

-Criminal mischief from 1565 Simmsville Road. Damaged were two vacuums (outside gas station).

-Information from the 200 block of Park Village Circle.

April 24

-Noise complaint from the 100 block of Berryhill Lane.

-Domestic incident from 1004 Balmoral Drive (hotel, motel).

-Lost property from 850 Ninth Street Northwest (other, unknown). Listed was a Nextel symbol scanner.

-Criminal trespass from the 1000 block of Balmoral Drive (hotel, motel).

-Unlawful possession of marijuana/unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia from the 9000 block of Highway 119 (parking lot, garage). Confiscated, seized was a plastic bag containing Marijuana, as well as a black glass tube and stainless steel tube used to smoke marijuana.

-Unauthorized us of motor vehicle from Colonial Promenade (parking lot, garage). Listed was a 1997 Honda Civic.

-Runaway juvenile from the 1000 block of Heather Lane.

April 25

-Harassment from the 100 block of Jasmine Drive.

-Information only from the 1000 block of Old Highway 31.

-Harassing communications/violation of leash law from the 700 block of Olde Towne Circle.

-Dog attack/violation of leash law from the 100 block of Pebble Lane.

-Harassment from 10th Street Southwest.

-Harassment from Eighth Street Southwest, Siluria (highway, street).

-Criminal mischief from the 7800 block of County Highway 17, Maylene. Damaged was a baby gate in the amount of $30.

-Death investigation from the 900 block of Windsor Court.

April 26

-Domestic incident from the 100 block of Kentwood Lane.

Calera

April 13

-Criminal mischief from Shiloh Creek Drive. Damaged was a Hyundai Elantra in the amount of $250.

-Theft of services from 117 Oakwell Street. Listed was a galvanized steel pipe nipple with coupling.

-Breaking and entering of a vehicle/theft from 1150 George Roy Parkway (other, unknown). Stolen were an AM/FM CD player/stereo valued at $100 and 25 CDs valued at $250.

-Burglary/theft from Waterford Highlands Trail. Stolen were an LG 31-inch flat screen television valued at $569 and U.S. coins valued at $10.

-Burglary/theft from Waterford Highland Trail. Stolen were a Vaio Sony laptop valued at $2,500, a PlayStation 3 valued at $400, a Sony Blue Ray DVD player valued at $500, a PlayStation 3 controller valued at $40 and a Microsoft wireless mouse valued at $50. (A).

April 14

-Burglary/theft from the 2000 block of Kensington Court. Stolen were a flat screen television and 27 guns. Listed as confiscated, seized were a Remington .22-califer, a Mossberg .30-.30-caliber and a Remington .7 mm. Also listed as recovered was a swab containing urine of possible suspects.

-Theft/breaking and entering of a vehicle from Dunwar Drive. Stolen were miscellaneous tools valued at $250, a jack valued at $50, receivers valued at $250 and a slab box valued at $100.

-Domestic violence from the 100 block of Flagstone Lane.

-Domestic incident from the 8100 block of U.S. Highway 31.

April 15

-Harassing communications from the 100 block of Waterford Cove Trail.

-Harassing communications from the 100 block of County Road 63.

-Theft from the 1900 block of 14th Street. Stolen was a lift weight bar valued at $50.

-Domestic violence/criminal mischief from the 300 block of Summer Drive. Damaged was a 2007 Dodge Charger.

April 16

-Indecent exposure from 22nd Avenue (highway, street).

-Violation of protection order from the 800 block of 13th Street.

-Theft from Creek Run Way. Stolen were two diamond cluster rings valued at $698 and a brown mood ring with diamonds valued at $25.

-Theft/criminal trespass from the 400 block of County Road 310 (other, unknown). Stolen was a galvanized steel ground bar valued at $2,000. Damaged was a metal chain in the amount of $15.

April 17

-Burglary/criminal mischief from the 300 block of Sumner Drive. Damaged was a Dodge Charger (and Shelby Charger).

April 18

-Harassing communications from the 200 block of Beford Lane.

-Domestic violence from the 100 block of Creek Run Way.

-Theft from 100 Supercenter Drive (department store). Stolen were an Echo edger and weed eater valued at $400 total.

-Domestic violence from the 40 block of Dogwood Drive.

April 19

-Criminal mischief from the 1000 bloc of Kerry Drive. Damaged was outdoor accent lighting.

-Criminal mischief from the 1000 block of Long Branch Parkway. Damaged was a 2007 Doge Durango in the amount of $500.

-Burglary/criminal mischief from 2252 16th Street (church). Damaged were a glass window, five doors and doorframes; as well was electrical lines and wiring in the amount of $5,000 total. Stolen were $5 in U.S. currency, as well as canned and boxed food items valued at $100.

-Domestic violence from 11691 Alabama Highway 26.

-Robbery from the 8000 block of Alabama Highway 26 (bar). Stolen were $650 from an individual and $400 from a business.

-Burglary/theft from the 700 block of County Road 67. Stolen was an HP Pavilion computer valued at $400, a Panasonic portable DVD player valued $150 and a Vivitar digital camera valued at $250.

-Theft from the 1200 block of Kensington Loop (construction). Stolen was 15 feet of copper wire valued at $225.

-Burglary/theft from the 600 block of Camden Cove Lane. Stolen were an HP laptop computer valued at $872, a Compaq computer valued at $1,000, a Sony flat screen monitor valued at $300, a .410-gauage shotgun valued at $150, two Polk bookshelf speakers valued at $300, jewelry valued at $600 and food items valued at $50.

-Same case as above: Stolen were a Sony 42-inch flat screen television valued at $1,700, a Compaq laptop valued at $800, a JBL center speaker valued at $250, a Sony Handy Cam valued at $500, a Canon digital camera valued at $250, a baseball card collection in 3-inch binders valued at $400 and a Sony portable DVD player valued at $250.

-Same case as above: Stolen were a silver diner set valued at $1,200 and a toolbox with tools valued at $300.

-Burglary/theft from the 300 block of County Road 67. Stolen was a 26-inch Toshiba flat panel television valued at $350, a 26-inch Samsung flat panel television valued at $350, a 26-inch Sylvania flat panel television valued at $350 and jewelry valued at $1,000. Damaged was a front doorframe in the amount of $400.

April 20

-Theft from 1919 Ninth Street (parking lot, garage). Stolen was a Canon EOS Rebel camera valued at $600.

-Obstructing justice using a false identity from the 10900 block of Alabama Highway6 25 (highway, street).

-Burglary/theft from Summerchase Drive. Stolen were a Craftsman pressure washer valued at $500, a Craftsman flashlight drop light valued at $50, a Maine combat knife with 10-inch blade valued at $300, two .44 magnum Remington ammunition valued at $40 and one Hornady.45 automatic ammunition valued at $20.

-Domestic violence from 3057 Highway 16.

-Criminal trespass from 10491 U.S. Highway 31 (convenience store).

-Domestic violence from 3057 Highway 16.

April 21

-Criminal mischief/theft from 8162 Highway 31 (other, unknown). Damaged was a money changing machine. Stolen were U.S. currency and coin.

-Criminal mischief from 777 County Road 67. Damaged was a wooden door in the amount of $250.

-Identity theft from the 300 block of Savannah Club Drive.

April 22

-Reckless endangerment/resisting arrest from County Road 12 (highway, street).

-Theft from Sharpsburg Circle. Listed as confiscated, seized was $400 cash.

-Theft from 1476 Kensington Blvd. (construction). Stolen was a rangeoven valued at $600 and an electrical cord valued at $18.

-Burglary/theft from the 100 block of Enclave Avenue. Listed as confiscated, seized was a Lexmark all in one printer with a damage valued at $250.

April 23

-Theft from 8088 U.S. Highway 31 (parking lot/garage). Stolen was a Jeep Cherokee with U.S. Mail stickers on the vehicle.

-Robbery from 233 Supercenter Drive (commercial). Stolen was $1,620 in U.S. currency.

-Burglary/theft from 4908 Stonecreek Way. Damaged was a front door in the amount of $350. Stolen were two change holders valued at $20, change in the amount of $50, a Coby surround sound valued at $500, two Ryobi cordless drills valued at $500, a box of ammunition and a Marine Class A complete uniform with name and medals valued at $500.

-Burglary/theft from Stonecreek Way. Stolen were an Insignia 42-inch LCD television valued at $900, a PlayStation 3 valued at $300, 12 PlayStation 3 games valued at $720, four PlayStation wireless controllers valued at $200, an HP laptop valued at $700, a Samsung flip phone valued at $50 and a Nintendo Wii valued at $250.

-Same case as above-Stolen were two Nintendo Wii wireless controllers valued at $100 and three Nintendo Wii games valued at $180. Damaged was a front door in the amount of $350.

-Theft from 1757 14th Street (church). Stolen was a 2003 Toyota Camry valued at $2,500.

-Criminal mischief from Addison Drive. Damaged was a coaxial cable in the amount of $10.

April 24

-Domestic incident from 134 East Hermitage Lane.

-Domestic incident from the 700 block of Waterford Lane.

-Harassing communications from the 100 block of Hawthorn Drive.

-Domestic incident/drug overdose from Timberline Drive.

-Criminal mischief from 8268 U.S. Highway 31 (highway, street). Damaged was a 2005 Mitsubishi Galant in the amount of $200.

-Domestic violence from the 1700 block of Ninth Street.

-Assault from 10494 County Road 22.

April 25

-Domestic violence from the 400 block of Savannah Circle.

-Animal not to be allowed at large from he 400 block of 19th Street.

-Attempt (burglary)/criminal mischief from 7951 U.S. Highway 31 (specialty store). Damaged was an alarm box on an aluminum door in the amount of $450.

-Criminal trespass/criminal mischief from the 100 block of Creekstone Trail. Listed was a 2001 Nissan Altima. (Suffix 1).

-Theft from 272 Sontepe Road. Stolen were copper wiring and pipes valued at $2,500.

-Harassing communications from 66 New Bridge Lane, Columbiana.

April 26

-Harassing communications from Summerchase Drive.

Columbiana

April 23

-Possession of drug paraphernalia from West College Street and courthouse parking lot. Confiscated, seized were a copper scrubbing pad, three spoons with burns and residue, a glass stem and one 3-inch straw with residue all valued at $1 each. (Suffix A).

-Unlawful possession of a controlled substance from the 200 block of the courthouse parking lot. Recovered were two small blue pills N/30 valued at $1. (Suffix A).

April 26

-Domestic violence from the 100 block of Myrtle Street.

-Theft of property/unlawful break and enter vehicle from the 100 block of Myrtle Street. Stolen was a Dell Studio 1745 Notebook computer valued at $1,100, an unknown quantity of Oxyco/APAP 7.5-500-milligram and a cell phone charger valued at $30.

April 27-Harassment from the 200 block of Washington Street (school, college).

Montevallo

April 20

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle/theft of property from the 1100 block of King Street (parking lot, garage). Stolen was a Pioneer car stereo and CD player valued at $200.

-Theft of property/criminal mischief from the 1400 block of County Highway 204 (other, unknown). Damaged was a water sprinkler head in the amount of $100 and golf course greens in the amount of $75. Stolen were two golf course yardage markers valued at $20.

April 21

-Burglary/theft of property from Alabama Highway 25 and Montgomery Street (other, unknown). Stolen was 1-inch diameter insulated scrap copper wire valued at $1,000.

-Harassment from the 100 block of Ellis Street.

-Domestic incident from the 500 block of Overland Road.

April 23

-Domestic violence from the 500 block of Overland Road.

April 24

-Criminal mischief from the 1400 block of County Road 204 (other, unknown). Damaged was a golf course green.

-Illegal possession of prescription drugs from the 600 block of Bloch Street. Confiscated, seized were eight white pills valued at $40.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle/theft of property from the 3900 block of Alabama Highway 25 (parking lot, garage). Stolen were a Mutual Savings Bank debit card, a purse with Alabama driver’s license and other items and a Mutual Savings Bank checkbook listed as valued at $1 each.

April 25

-Domestic incident from the 1600 block of Ashville Road.

Pelham

April 20

-Miscellaneous information from the 100 block of King Valley Drive. Damaged were a 200-year-old pre-depression style glass pitcher (destroyed) in the amount of $300, a wooden end table in the amount of $400 and a clay pot (destroyed) in the amount of $10.

-Harassing communications from Ryecroft Road.

-Miscellaneous information from 1629 Deer Springs Road. Listed were 24 Hydrocodone 7.5-milligram tablets.

-Property damage from Fungo Holler Park (parking lot, garage). Damaged was a light pole in the amount of $2,000.

-Criminal mischief from Greenpark South Day Care (school, college). Damaged were two 8-foot glass panes in the amount of $500 and an 8 by 8 section of wall in the amount of $100.

-Unexplained lost property from a business on Cahaba Valley Road (restaurant). Stolen were a Nine West handbag valued at $25, $370 in U.S. currency, a Union Bank card, Direct Express card, Sam’s Club card and Beauty Supply card, a Union State Bank checkbook and assorted paperwork.

-Unlawful possession of controlled substance (Clonazepam) from Lot 41, Birmingham South Camp Ground (other, unknown). Recovered was one Clonazepam 0.5-milligram tablet valued at $5.

-Theft of property from Cutting Tools Engineering, 208 Commerce Parkway (commercial). Stolen was a York 5-ton HVAC split system outside air conditioning condenser valued at $2,500 and a Rheem 2.5 ton HVAC split system air conditioning condensing unit valued at $2,000.

April 21

-Outside agency assist-law enforcement from the parking lot of Oak Mountain Lodge.

-Theft of property from the parking lot of Southgate Village. Stolen was a Tennessee license plate valued at $25.

-Theft of property from 408 Fawn Drive. Stolen were a total of six wrenches and screwdrivers valued at $25, an extension ladder valued at $150, a meter saw valued at $100, a hammer valued at $25, an electrical cord valued at $25 and a gallon of paint valued at $10.

April 22

-Outside agency assist-law enforcement from the parking lot of Southgate Village.

-Theft of property from Wal-mart, 2181 Pelham Parkway (other, unknown). Stolen was a Hewlett Parkard desktop computer valued at $898.

-Sex offender registration/biannual from Pelham Police Department (government, public building).

-Sex offender registration-annual from Pelham Police Department (government, public building).

April 23

-Miscellaneous information-found property from the 2700 block of Pelham Parkway (storage facility). Recovered were a brown leather wallet valued at $5, a Social Security card, a Chase debit card, an Alabama driver’s license valued at $20 and miscellaneous papers.

-Obstructing justice using false identity/attempting to elude law enforcement officer from Interstate 65 Northbound at 246 mile marker (highway, street).

-Recovery of lost property from County Road 11 at Weatherly Way (highway, street). Recovered was a Tanfoglio .22-caliber revolver valued at $25.

-Death investigation (hospice) from the 100 block of West Stonehaven Circe.

April 24

-Unlawful possession of marijuana from Pelham Parkway near Crosscreek Trail (highway, street). Confiscated, seized was a Baggie containing approximately 1 gram gross weight of marijuana valued at $10.

-Miscellaneous information (possible theft of property) from Commerce Drive at County Road 33 (commercial).

April 25

-Theft of property (motor vehicle) from Home Depot, 3191 Pelham Parkway (parking lot, garage). Stolen was a 2005 Ford F-250 Custom Harley Davidson Edition valued at $28,000.

-Switched tag from the 2300 block of Pelham Parkway (highway, street). Recovered was a car tag valued at$25.

April 26

-Burglary from Pelham City Park (other, unknown). Stolen were three cases of Poweraide valued at $60, three cases of 20-ounce water valued at $60 and candy items valued at $400. Damaged were two windows in the amount of $1,000.

-Change bill circulating from Kentucky Fried Chicken, 630 Cahaba Valley Road (restaurant). Forged, counterfeited was a U.S. currency $10-bill.

-Civil dispute from 900 Keystone Court (storage facility).

-Theft of property from the 2200 block of Pelham Parkway (department store). Stolen was $250 in U.S. currency, an Alabama driver’s license valued at $20, a wallet valued at $5, five credit cards, a Compass Bank ATM card, two medical insurance cards and a Warehouse card and assorted paperwork.

-Theft of property from the 700 block of Cahaba Manor Trail. Stolen was $2,800.

April 27

-Domestic violence from 270 Green Park South.

-Property damage (vehicle) from Interstate 65 South between mile markers 246 and 244 (highway, street). Damaged was a driver’s side running board and body of a 2007 Freightliner truck.