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33 People Arrested Last Week

 

 

For Immediate Release                                                                    April 20, 2018

 

 

                                          33 People Arrested Last Week

 

Sheriff Jimmy Harris states as follows:

 

 

            Between the dates of April 10th and April 12th the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Investigators, Deputies along with the DeKalb County Drug Task Force executed distribution of controlled substance warrants on the following people:

            Phillip Prewitt 57 of Fort Payne – 3 distribution warrants plus charged with unlawful possession of controlled substance and drug paraphernalia

            Nathaniel Bonds 39 of Fort Payne – 2 distribution warrants

            Flint McElrath 31 of Fort Payne – 3 distribution warrants

            Heather Nicole Brown 31 of Fort Payne– 2 distribution warrants

            Dewight Walker – 1 distribution warrants

            Tony Fossett 58 of Rainsville - 1 distribution warrant plus charged with unlawful possession of controlled substance and drug paraphernalia

            Justin Seth Baker 35 of Fyffe – 1 distribution warrant plus charged with unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd

            Holly Harper 35 of Hernando MS – 2 distribution warrants

            Mickey Wayne Garner 54 of Ider – 1 distribution warrant

            William Scott Golden 59 of Valley Head – 1 distribution warrant

            Angel Danielle Fraley 27 of Henagar– 1 distribution warrant

            Billy Joe Warren 32 of Ider – 1 distribution warrant plus a failure to appear warrant

            Ray Goodridge 56 of Henagar - distribution warrant

            Troy Lee Pritchett 62 of Ider – 1 distribution warrant

            Charles Gauland Haggard 80 of Higdon – 1 distribution warrant plus charged with unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd, drug paraphernalia, promote prison contraband 2nd, unlawful possession of controlled substance, and tampering with physical evidence

            Jacquelin Peterman 47 of Higdon – 1 distribution warrant plus charged with Unlawful possession of marijuana 1st

            Oscar Alexander Stiefel 38 of Grove Oak – 1 distribution warrant plus charged with probation violation

            Amber Nicole Smith 26 of Collinsville – 1 distribution warrant

            Caleb Tanner Carmen 25 of Crossville – 1 distribution warrant

            Donald Maurice Richey 56 of Collinsville – 2 distribution warrants

 

Steaming from the execution of the distribution warrants the following people were arrested and charged with:

           

            Ashley Walls 29 of Henagar –unlawful possession of controlled substance and drug paraphernalia

            Ricky Rogers 35 of Henagar – 3 failure to appear warrants, criminal trespassing 3rd, drug paraphernalia, and bail jumping 2nd

            Chad Haggard 40 of Higdon – unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd and drug paraphernalia

            Courtney Cuzzort 25 of Higdon - unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd and drug paraphernalia

            Tina Marie Pennington 37 of Higdon - unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd and drug paraphernalia

            Jessie Waylon Givens 33 of Trenton GA – unlawful possession of controlled substance, drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest

            Keisha Zweck 32 of Trenton GA – unlawful possession of controlled substance and drug paraphernalia

            Michael Allen Clark 62 of Sylvania - unlawful possession of controlled substance, drug paraphernalia, unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd, and receiving stolen property 1st

            Tammy Todd 54 of Sylvania - unlawful possession of controlled substance and drug paraphernalia

            Adam Keith Martin 33 of Henagar - unlawful possession of controlled substance, drug paraphernalia and hindering prosecution 2nd

            Debra Buttram Traylor 59 of Henagar- unlawful possession of controlled substance, drug paraphernalia and hindering prosecution 2nd

            Kimberly Hasting 23 of Henagar - failure to appear warrant

 

 

            Also during the execution while at a residence on County Road 112 in Sylvania Investigators, Deputies and Drug Task Force recovered a stolen Harley Davidson Motorcycle out of Tennessee, which led to the charge of receiving stolen property to Michael Allen Clark.

 

            Chief Deputy Edmondson says “These Investigators, Deputies and Drug Task Force did an outstanding job on executing this warrants in such a short time. This just goes to show the community that we are serious when it comes to the fight against drugs in our County. We will continue to go after drug dealers and suppliers.”

           

            Sheriff Harris says “I would like to thank the Investigators, Deputies and Drug Task Force for working diligently on executing these warrants.”

 

Adam Keith Martin

 

Amber Nicole Smith

 

Angel Danielle Fraley

 Ashley Lace Walls

 

Billy Joe Warren

 Caleb Grayson Tanner Carman

 

Chad Duane Haggard

 

Charles Garland Haggard

 

Courtney Michelle Cuzzort

 

Deborah Buttram Traylor

 

Donald Maurice Richey

 

Flint Lewis McElrath Jr

 

Heather Nicole Brown

 Holly Cristine Harper

 

 

Jacquelin Elain Peterman

 

Jessie Waylon Givens

 

Justin Seth Baker

 

Keshia Danielle Zweck

 

Kimberly Dawn Haston

 

Marvin Dale Todd

 

Michael Allen Clark

 

Mickey Wayne Garner

 

Nathaniel Troy Bond

 

Oscar Alexander Stiefel

 

Phillip Dale Prewett

 

Rayford Goodridge

 

Ricky Lionel Rogers

 

Tammy A. Todd

 

Tina Marie Pennington

 

Tony Fossett

 

Troy Lee Prichett

 

William Scott Golden

       

 

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Man Arrested for Unlawful Imprisonment

MEDIA RELEASE

 

For Immediate Release                                                                                 April 17, 2018

 

                                                  Man Arrested for Unlawful Imprisonment

 

Sheriff Jimmy Harris states as follows:

 

 

            The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office received a report on Mario Limon, 52 of Fort Payne for unlawful imprisonment and harassment. After the report was taken, warrants were obtained from the Clerk’s Office by the victim. On today’s date April 17th Limon was arrested and charged with unlawful imprisonment 2nd and harassment.

 Mario Limon

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Man Arrested for Rape

MEDIA RELEASE

 

For Immediate Release                                                                               April 13, 2018

Man Arrested for Rape

 

Sheriff Jimmy Harris states as follows:

 

 

 

            On April 11th the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Investigators responded to a possible rape that was reported by Crossville School. During the investigation it was determined that Junior Pascual Pedro, 20 of Kilpatrick came in sexual contact with 2 female juveniles in the past 3 months. During the course of the investigation Pedro has been charged with 4 counts of rape 2nd and is being held in the DeKalb County Detention Center on an $80,000 bond.

            Sheriff Harris says “Thanks to the Investigators, Crossville School and DHR for doing a great job on this investigation. This is a sad situation but we are glad that we have a good working relationship with all of the Schools and with DHR, so we are able to solve these cases quickly.”

 

Pedro Junior Pascual

 

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Several Arrested on Various Charges

MEDIA RELEASE

 

For Immediate Release                                                                                 April 6, 2018

                                                      Several Arrested on Various Charges

 

Sheriff Jimmy Harris states as follows:

 

            On April 3rd DeKalb County Investigators looked into a possible assault that took place in the DeKalb County Jail. The complainant and suspect were both inmates at the DeKalb County jail during the time of assault. During the investigation a warrant was obtained for a Christopher Robin Eason, 31 of Rainsville, for the charge of attempt murder. Eason is being held in the DeKalb County jail on a $500,000 bond. The victim in this case was treated and released by medical personnel with no significant injury.  

 

            On April 4th Ryan Thomas Ogle of Rainsville was arrested for the charges of sodomy 1st. This charge came from an ongoing investigation that started 2 months ago, that was involving a victim less than 12 years old. Ogle is currently being held in the DeKalb County Jail on a $100,000 bond with more charges pending.

 

            On April 5th after an investigation Keli Brooke Wilson, 32 of Fyffe was arrested and charged with illegal obtain credit/debt card and TOP 2nd.

                       

 

Ryan Thomas Ogle

 Christopher Robin Eason

 

Kelia Brooke Wilson

 

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Sex Offender Arrested

MEDIA RELEASE

 

For Immediate Release                                                                                 April 4, 2018

  Sex Offender Arrested

 

Sheriff Jimmy Harris states as follows:

 

 

            On the date of March 30th DeKalb Deputies arrested John Scroggins of Rossville GA. Scroggins is a registered sex offender and Georgia parolee. Scroggins attempted to illegally relocate to DeKalb County Alabama in the Kilpatrick community. Scroggins refused to register with DeKalb County Alabama and had not been given permission by Georgia Pardon and Parole or Alabama Pardon and Parole to relocate. Deputies went to serve an arrest warrant on Scroggins at a residence in the Kilpatrick community, they were advised that Scroggins had fled the residence and was found shortly after a search of the area. Scroggins was taken into custody after he attempted to resist the Deputies and Crossville Officers. Scroggins was charged with failure to register as a sex offender, attempting to elude, and resisting arrest. Further charges from Alabama and Georgia are pending.

            Sheriff Harris says “Mr. Scroggins was stopped over a month ago on a routine traffic stop by lt. Rigstad. The Lt. advised him that if he was going to be living in Alabama he needed to contact his parole officer in Georgia, and if he was going to live in DeKalb County he needed to register with us at the Sheriff’s Office. Mr. Scroggins did not apply and we had received a tip that he was still in the Kilpatrick area. So he was located and arrested for the above charges.”

 

John Paul Scroggins

 

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Be aware of Scams

MEDIA RELEASE

 

For Immediate Release                                                                                   April 2, 2018

            Be aware of Scams

 

Sheriff Jimmy Harris states as follows:

 

 

            The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office wants everyone to exercise caution this Spring as we approach this season when scams are underway. The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office has already received several reports of two new scams going around.

                The first scam is that these scam artist are contacting individuals pretending to be a Bails Bondsman, telling the individuals that they owe them a certain amount of money and that if they don’t pay they will be arrested and sent to jail.

                The second scam going on is that you have won a sweepstake and that you will need to send a money order or another form of money in order to for them to send you the money that you have won. They are very persistent on you sending them the money, sometimes to a foreign address.

                Chief Deputy Edmondson says “Please be advised that these types of phone calls are scams, if something sounds too good to be true it is. These are the most common kinds of scams out there, so we cannot stress this enough please be aware of these types of calls and remember that you do not need to give any personal information to anyone over the phone or send money to someone that you do not know.”

 

Assisting with Storm damage in Jacksonville

MEDIA RELEASE

 

For Immediate Release                                                                            March 20, 2018      

 

                                                Assisting with Storm damage in Jacksonville

 

Sheriff Jimmy Harris states as follows:

 

 

            The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office received a call from Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office for assistance in the recovery of yesterday’s storms last night. Several Deputies, Investigators and the Reserve and Mounted units went to Jacksonville late last night and early this morning to help with the recovery after server weather hit yesterday, March 19th.

            Sheriff Harris says “the Sheriff’s Office goes out and assists surrounding Counties when they request our assistance, whether it be due to storms, locating missing persons, or just needing assistance during events such as Talladega races, Fishing Rodeo at Dolphin Island, and Mobiles Mardi Gras. Sheriff’s Offices and Municipalities are here to assist each other, that’s what we are here for.”

 

Man Arrested for Attempt to Murder

MEDIA RELEASE

 

For Immediate Release                                                                              March 13, 2018

Man Arrested for Attempt to Murder

 

Sheriff Jimmy Harris states as follows:

 

 

            The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office has been investigating a shooting that happened back in December of 2017 at a residence on Short Cut Drive in Henagar. The investigation led Investigators to Mark Shane Tucker, 41 of Flat Rock. Investigators obtained an attempt of murder warrant for his arrest shortly after the shooting in December of 2017.

            This has been an ongoing investigation, however, last month the DeKalb County Investigators got a break in the case. Mark Shane Tucker had been arrested in Louisiana for unknown charges. Tucker has been extradited back to the DeKalb County Detention Center on the warrant of attempt of murder and is awaiting trial.

            Sheriff Harris says “the Investigators have put in long hours on this case, and has done a great job on the investigation. We are also glad that we have Tucker in custody.”

 

Mark Shane Tucker

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Stolen Vehicle Found

MEDIA RELEASE

 

For Immediate Release                                                                                   March 7, 2018

Stolen Vehicle Found

 

Sheriff Jimmy Harris states as follows:

 

            On March 5th DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office took a report of a stolen vehicle from a car lot in the Kilpatrick area. After an investigation was opened within a day Investigators followed up on leads that led them to the suspect’s residence in Albertville. Once investigators arrived at the residence they found out that the vehicle had been scrapped at a scrapyard in Albertville. As a result Marty Spence 54, Randy Spence 32, and Jonathan Spence 29 all of Albertville were arrested and charged with receiving stolen property 3rd, marijuana 2nd and Illegal possession of alcohol. Randy Spence was also charged with theft of property 1st.

            Sheriff Harris says “thanks to the Investigators for working so diligently on this case and being able to close the case within a day.”

 Johnathan Dewayne Spence

 

Marty Ray Spence

 

Randy Ray Spence

 

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Weekend Arrest

MEDIA RELEASE

 

For Immediate Release                                                                                   March 6, 2018

  Weekend Arrest

 

Sheriff Jimmy Harris states as follows:

 

            On March 3rd DeKalb County Deputies and State Troopers conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of County Road 169 and County Road 155 in Higdon. While deputies were speaking to the driver of the vehicle they noticed the driver Keith Owen Horton, 47 of Flat Rock to be nervous and did not have a valid driver’s license. A search was conducted and as a result pills, a syringe with meth, and a 45 cal. gun was found. Horton was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, illegal possession of prescription drugs and carrying concealed weapon.

            On March 4th DeKalb County Deputies conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Highway 75 and Highway 40 in Henagar. While Deputies were talking to the driver, Twaski Leshon Brown, 38 of Toney, AL and passenger Sterling Xavier Beasley, 23 of Madison, AL they smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle, with Beasley admitting to using marijuana a search of the vehicle was conducted and as a result a pill, and a gun was found. Both Brown and Beasley were arrested. Brown was charged with illegal possession of prescription drugs and Beasley was charged with carrying concealed weapon.

            Sheriff Harris says “Thanks to the Deputies and Troopers for being very observant in both of these cases.”

 

Keith Owen Horton

 Twaski Leshon Brown

 Sterling Xavier Beasley

 

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