Police reports for the week of April 17, 2013

The following are incident and offense reports from municipal police departments from March 23-April 11:

Alabaster

 

April 1

-Domestic violence third degree – harassing communications from the Alabaster Police Department (residence, home).

-Information only report from the Alabaster Gardens Apartments (residence, home).

-Possession of marijuana second degree and drug paraphernalia first offense from Eagle Drive (highway, street). Confiscated were narcotics and narcotics equipment.

-Damage to property from the 1300 block of Seventh Street Southwest (highway, street).

-Drug paraphernalia – first offense from Ninth Street Northwest (highway, street). Confiscated was narcotics equipment.

-Fraudulent use of a credit or debit card and unauthorized use of auto from First Street North. Stolen was a Honda Accord valued at $5,000.

-Barking dog from Chinaberry Lane (residence, home).

 

April 2

-Abandoned vehicle from Weatherly Club Drive (highway, street).

-Theft of property second degree from Best Buy (specialty store). Stolen were recordings valued at $1,199.99.

-Theft of property first degree from Lucas Lane (residence, home). Stolen were scaffolds valued at $3,500, hand saws valued at $60, shovels valued at $70, racks valued at $90, an ax valued at $30, hoes valued at $60 and boxes of assorted plumbing fittings valued at $1,000.

-Information only report from Lucas Lane (residence, home).

-Harassment from Buck Creek Park.

-Information only report from the Alabaster Police Department (residence, home).

-Open door from Queens Gate (residence, home).

 

April 3

-Theft of property from Food Depot (supermarket). Stolen and recovered were defogger valued at $7.55 and canned cat food valued at $1.02.

-Theft of lost property second degree from the victim’s house (residence, home). Stolen was $2,350 in currency.

-Information only report from the victim’s residence (residence, home).

-Information only from the Alabaster Police Department (government, public building).

-Information only report from Glenn Abbey Lane (residence, home).

-Shoplifting from Belk (department store). Stolen were short sleeve shirts valued at $590.

-Harassing communications from Brown Circle (residence, home).

-Possession of marijuana second degree and drug paraphernalia from Kent Dairy Road (residence, home). Confiscated were marijuana, hashish and a scale with marijuana residue.

-Information only report from Eighth Street Southwest (residence, home).

-Domestic dispute from the 100 block of Tall Timber Road (residence, home).

 

April 4

-Harassing communications and criminal mischief – damage to private property from the Alabaster Police Department (department store). Damaged was a radial tire in the amount of $100.

-Harassing communications from school and residence (residence, home).

-Harassing communications from the victim’s residence (residence, home).

-Identity theft from the victim’s residence (residence, home). Stolen was other.

-Information only report from Barry’s Quick Stop (service, gas station).

-Domestic violence – harassment from the 100 block of Mountain Parkway (residence, home).

-Information only – found property from Waffle House (restaurant). Recovered was a plastic card holder containing various ID and insurance cards.

-Burglary third degree and theft of property second degree from the victim’s residence (residence, home). Stolen was a rifle valued at $1,100, a pistol valued at $500 and stolen and recovered was an iPad valued at $600.

-Possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia first offense from the 100 block of Grove Hill Road (residence, home). Confiscated were marijuana, smoking pipes, rolling papers and a plastic bowl.

-Information only report from 13th Street Northwest (residence, home).

-Domestic violence – harassment and domestic dispute from Grande View Circle (residence, home).

 

April 5

-Obstructing governmental operations from Shalimar Trail (residence, home).

-Information only report from 12th Street Southwest (residence, home).

-Theft of property third degree from Radio Shack (specialty store). Stolen was merchandise valued at $200.

-Information only report from Fourth Place Northeast (residence home).

-Theft from residence from the victim’s residence (residence, home). Stolen were recreational vehicles valued at $1,100.

-Runaway juvenile from the Alabaster Police Department.

-Theft of property from the victim’s residence (department store). Stolen were jeans valued at $99, woven tops valued at $24.99, clothes valued at $29.99, denim jeans valued at $99, clothes valued at $109, clothes valued at $24.99 and a purse valued at $328.

-Property damage from the Alabaster Police Department (highway, street). Damaged was a Toyota Scion in the amount of $1,000.

-Theft of services from Mizu (restaurant). Stolen were consumables valued at $48.12.

-Information only from Chick Fil A (restaurant).

-Information only report from Thompson Intermediate School.

-Criminal mischief third degree and criminal tampering from the victim’s residence (residence, home). Damaged was a lawn in the amount of $25.

 

April 6

-Information only report from Douglas Drive (residence, home). Recovered was a check valued at 1 cent.

-Information only report from Alexander Court (residence, home).

-Property damage from America’s Thrift Store (department store). Damaged was a Mazda CD7 in the amount of $1,000.

-Driving under the influence of alcohol and resisting arrest from Rite Aid (highway, street). Damaged was a Taser cartridge in the amount of $50.

-Harassment from the victim’s residence (residence, home).

-Harassing communications from the victim’s residence (residence, home).

-Domestic incident from Old Towne Lane (residence, home).

-Domestic incident from Tall Timber Road (residence, home).

 

April 7

-Domestic dispute from Long Feather Lane.

-Possession of heroin and possession of cocaine from the BP on Industrial Road (convenience store). Confiscated were narcotics and negotiable instruments.

-Theft of services third degree from Willow Creek South Circle (residence, home). Stolen was $50 in U.S. currency.

-Shoplifting and criminal trespass third degree from CVS Pharmacy (drug store).

-Theft of property third degree from Belk (department store). Stolen were clothes valued at $300.

-Runaway juvenile from the victim’s residence (residence, home).

-Miscellaneous offenses from Whataburger (restaurant). Recovered were purses valued at $25.

-Domestic incident from Fifth Avenue Northwest (residence, home).

-Harassment – family from the Alabaster Police Department (other, unknown).

-Criminal mischief third degree from the victim’s residence (residence, home). Damaged was a window in the amount of $100.

 

 

Calera

 

April 4

-Incident from the 700 block of Kensington Manor Drive (residence, home).

 

April 5

-Animal not allowed to be at large from Saratoga Lane (residence, home).

-Property damage from Highway 31 (restaurant). Damaged was a water faucet and pipe.

-Incident from Highway 25 (government, public building).

-Incident from Highway 31 (highway, street). Reported was a Dodge Ram pickup.

 

April 6

-Public intoxication from Highway 31 (supermarket).

-Attempting to elude a police officer from Interstate 65 north (highway, street). Reported was a tractor truck.

-Property damage from Highway 25 (other, unknown). Damaged was a Chevrolet Suburban.

-Failure to appear from Highway 25 (government, public building).

-Harassing communications –family from Highway 42 (residence, home).

-Domestic incident from Timberline Circle (residence, home).

-Incident from the 100 block of County Road 209 (highway, street).

-Agency assist from Shiloh Creek Drive (residence, home).

 

April 7

-Abandoned vehicle from Interstate 65 near the 231 exit (highway, street). Reported was a Chevrolet Impala.

-Theft of property second degree from George Roy Parkway (specialty store). Stolen were a laptop valued at $600 and a carrying case valued at $40.

 

April 8

-Incident from Ninth Street at 22nd Avenue (highway, street). Damaged was a Dodge Charger.

-Drug overdose from the 1200 block of Highway 25 (government, public building).

-Incident from Highway 25 (department store). Reported was a Rug Doctor.

 

April 9

-Incident from Waterford Cove (other, unknown).

-Found property from Sixth Avenue and 10th Street (field, woods). Recovered was an iPhone valued at $200.

-Burglary third degree – residence and theft of property third degree from Meriweather Drive (residence, home). Stolen were a Playstation 2 valued at $109, a Playstation 3 valued at $259, birth certificates valued at $2, a marriage license valued at $1 and a divorce decree valued at $1.

-Burglary third degree from Highway 31 (drug store).

-Theft of property third degree from Highway 31 (department store). Reported was a Ford Ranger and stolen were two pairs of shorts valued at $26, a pair of shorts valued at $5 and a T-shirt valued at $8.

-Incident from Highway 31 (commercial).

-Rape first degree from Saratoga Lane (residence, home).

-Property damage from County Road 12 (highway, street). Damaged was a Ford Taurus.

-Property damage from Highway 31 (highway, street). Damaged was a Chevrolet Trailblazer in the amount of $150.

-Animal not allowed to be at large from Long Branch Parkway (residence, home).

 

April 10

-Harassment – family from Highway 86 (residence, home).

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft of property third degree from Highway 25 (highway, street). Stolen were $110 in U.S. currency, two checks and a check book.

-Menacing from 18th Street (residence, home).

-Recovery of property from Highway 25 (department store). Recovered was a PlayStation 3 valued at $100.

-Burglary third degree and theft of property second degree from County Road 63 (residence, home). Damaged was a door frame in the amount of $250 and stolen were two televisions valued at $1,300 and a Playstation 3 valued at $250.

-Unauthorized use of a vehicle from Birdsong Drive (residence, home). Stolen was a Toyota 4-Runnver valued at $1,000.

-Harassing communications from Stonecreek Place (residence, home).

-Menacing from 18th Street (residence, home).

 

April 11

-Robbery first degree and theft of property third degree from Highway 25 (convenience store). Stolen was $332 in cash.

-Property damage from Timberline Drive (parking lot, garage). Damaged was an Infiniti Q45.

-Disorderly conduct from Flagstone Way (residence, home).

-Harassment from Waterford Cove Lane (government, public building).

-Burglary third degree and theft of property second degree from Meriweather Drive (residence, home). Recovered were a Playstation 3 valued at $250 and a Nintendo Wii valued at $250.

 

 

Columbiana

 

March 23

-Certain persons forbidden to possess firearms from the 100 block of Egg and Butter Road, Columbiana (church).

 

March 27

-Property damage from Argo Road (parking lot/garage).

 

March 29

-Domestic violence III, from the 500 block of Old Highway 25 West, Columbiana (parking lot/garage).

 

March 30

-Criminal trespass III, from the 300 block of Columbiana Square, Columbiana (dept. store).

 

April 1

-Possession of marijuana/paraphernalia II and carrying a concealed weapon from the 800 block of Egg and Butter Road, Columbiana (highway/street).

 

April 2

-Assault III and carrying concealed weapon from the 200 block of Center Street, Columbiana (highway/street).

 

April 3

-Drug paraphernalia found at the 200 block of Walton Street, Columbiana (church). Recovered was a chrome plated metal tube which appears to be a “crack pipe” or used for smoking drugs.

 

 

Harpersville

 

April 1

-Theft of services from the 1220 block of Cresswell Road wherein neighbor connected garden hose and extension cord to trailer.

-Domestic violence and criminal mischief from Brooklynn Lane wherein offender punched victim and broke the windshield of victim’s car.

 

April 2

-Theft of property and criminal mischief from the 200 block of Sunnydale Lane wherein vehicle parts were taken from car.

 

April 3

-Theft of property from 3756 U.S. 280 stolen was cash from store.

 

April 4

-Criminal mischief from Sunnydale Lane wherein a white male threw object at car.

-Theft of property from 10784 Gallups Crossroads stolen was cash from home.

 

April 5

-Trespassing from Oak Street wherein three men were trespassing.

-Public intoxication and open container violation from U.S. 280 at Old 280 wherein a person was arrested for public intoxication.

 

April 6

-Verbal altercation from Harpersville Hotel wherein argument ensued with tenant over amount paid.

-Theft of property from Harpersville Hotel wherein medication was missing from room.

-Confiscated medication from Huddle House parking lot wherein Mlortab with no prescription was found in vehicle.

 

April 7

-Possession of drug paraphernalia and minor in possession of alcohol from U.S. 280 at 62 wherein a minor was found with alcohol and drug paraphernalia.

 

 

Helena

 

March 26

-Information only from the 100 block of Chadwick Drive (specialty store).

-Information only from the 1000 block of Lakeland Trail (residence, home).

-Probation violation from the Hueytown City Jail (jail, prison).

-Warrant arrest and unlawful possession of prescription drugs from Interstate 59 (highway, street). Confiscated were white round pills.

 

March 27

-Identity theft from an unknown location (other, unknown).

 

March 28

-Driving under the influence and excessive noise from Highway 58 at Amy Lane (highway, street).

 

March 29

-Public intoxication from Rio’s Bars and Grill (parking lot, garage).

-Domestic incident from the 2600 block of Vixen Street (residence, home).

 

March 30

-Warrant arrest – failure to appear from Ranch Drive (other, unknown).

-Driving under the influence from the First Baptist Church (church).

 

March 31

-Warrant arrest – failure to appear from Highway 261 at Old Town (highway, street).

 

April 1

-Driving under the influence from Highway 261 at Sherman Ready Mix (highway, street).

-Failure to appear from Highway 52 East (government, public building).

-Harassing communications from Spencer Lane (other, unknown).

-Found property from Pelham (other, unknown). Recovered was a cell phone valued at $10.

-Dog bite – information only from the Publix parking lot (parking lot, garage).

-Theft of property third degree from the 100 block of Chadwick Drive (residence, home). Stolen was a package of assorted toys valued at $60.

-Failure to appear from Highway 35 (highway, street).

 

April 2

-Warrant arrest from Highway 52 at Hillsboro Parkway (supermarket).

 

April 3

-Warrant arrest from the Hoover City Jail (jail, prison).

 

 

Montevallo

 

March 28

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from Posawi Circle, Montevallo (residence/home). Stolen were an Alabama red leather jacket valued at $300, a Garmin G.P.S. valued at $150, a hard drive valued at $150, military medical papers and two passports.

-Information only from Highway 25, Montevallo (other/unknown).

-Burglary III and criminal mischief III from Wilderwood Road, Montevallo (residence/home). Damages in the amount of $2,500 were done to a wooden kitchen table and in the amount of $300 were done to a front door. Stolen were a silver titanium ring valued at $300, a pair of 24 carat gold earrings valued at $25, girls’ Easter gifts (candy games) valued at $20 and fake diamond earrings valued at $20.

 

March 29

-Domestic violence III from Skyview (residence/home).

-Theft of property III from State Highway 25, Montevallo (supermarket). Stolen were seven assorted beef steaks valued at $114.

-Information only from Hicks Street, Montevallo (residence/home).

-Structure fire from Caroline Drive, Montevallo (residence/home). Damages in the amount of $20,000 were done to a single wide trailer with contents.

-Harassing communications from Overland Road Unit 31, Montevallo (residence/home).

 

April 1

-Information only from Aldrich Road, Montevallo (residence/home).

-Violation of a protection order from Jeter Circle, Montevallo (school/college).

-Theft of property III from Highway 25, Montevallo (other/unknown). Stolen were a credit card valued at $20 and Thrix lite cherry 11.8 ounce spray-mousse valued at $7.

-Burglary III and criminal mischief II from Highway 25, Montevallo (other/unknown). Damages in the amount of $750 were done to a metal exterior door.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft of property II from University Park Drive (residence/home). Stolen were $900 in U.S. currency and a Regions Bank debit card.

 

April 2

-Theft of property II from Orr Park and Park Road, Montevallo (highway/street). Stolen were a Sociology book called “Our Social World” valued at $60, $20 in U.S. currency, an Alabama driver’s license valued at $20, a Target brand blue tribal print backpack valued at $20, a book called “The Abundance of Katherine” valued at $14, a book called “Beowolf” valued at $14 and a Rue 21 wallet valued at $10.

-Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft of property III from Orr Park and Park Road, Montevallo (highway/street). Stolen was a black 8 gigabyte Apple iPhone 4 with black Otter Box case valued at $400.

-Harassment from Main Street, Montevallo (highway/street).

 

April 3

-Found property from Main Street, Montevallo (highway/street).

-Burglary II from Parkway Circle, Montevallo (residence/home).

-Information only from Holloway Hill Drive, Montevallo (residence/home).

 

Pelham

March 31

-Miscellaneous information from the 100 block of Brookshire Lane (residence, home).

 

April 2

-Theft of property from the 3500 block of Pelham Parkway (department store). Stolen was a four-pack of canned air valued at $24.

-Criminal mischief from the 200 block of Hidden Creek Parkway (residence, home). Damaged was a front and rear door insulating trim in the amount of $20.

 

April 3

-Violation of municipal ordinance and criminal mischief from the 600 block of King Valley Circle (residence, home). Damaged was a wooden door frame in the amount of $200.

-Dogs not allowed to be at large from the 400 block of King Valley Circle (highway, street).

-Domestic violence from the 100 block of Deerhurst Lane (residence, home).

-Outside agency assist from the 100 block of County Services Drive (government, public building).

 

 

Vincent

-None to report.