Message From The Sheriff
NICK WELDEN  ( read )
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Nine arrested in warrant roundup

From the Office of DeKalb County Sheriff Nick Welden:

FORT PAYNE, Ala. - On Thursday, May 23rd, the Dekalb County Criminal Investigation Division conducted a warrant roundup countywide resulting in the arrest of 9 subjects with active warrants. Investigators and Deputies attempted warrants at residences from one end of the county to the other, beginning near the Georgia line in the early morning and ending the day at the Marshall and Etowah County lines. A total of 25 warrants were served.

Below is a list of all subjects arrested and their charges:

Tonya Renee Davis (52 of Pisgah)- Probation Violation

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Tonya Renee Davis (52 of Pisgah)

Stephanie Mechelle Woods (45 of Henagar)- School Employee Sex Act (x3), Distributing Obscene Material/School (x3)

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Stephanie Mechelle Woods (45 of Henagar)

Amelia Hope Williams (28 of Rainsville)- FTA-UPOCS, FTA-UPODP (x2), FTA- Illegal Poss. Prescription Drugs, FTA-DUI Controlled Substance

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Amelia Hope Williams (28 of Rainsville)

Zane Michael Allen (31 of Powell)- FTA-UPOCS, FTA-UPODP

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Zane Michael Allen (31 of Powell)

Casey Alexander Mullinax (21 of Rainsville) FTA-Theft of Property 1st

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Casey Alexander Mullinax (21 of Rainsville)

Jerry Bruce Galloway, Jr (47 of Powell) FTA-UPOCS

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Jerry Bruce Galloway, Jr (47 of Powell)

Cammy Louise McBride (35 of Fyffe) Forgery 3rd (x2), Theft of Property 4th (x2), Failure to Pay-NWNI (x3)

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Cammy Louise McBride (35 of Fyffe)

Arielle Morgan Green (30 of Fyffe) Chemical Endangerment of Minor

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Arielle Morgan Green (30 of Fyffe)

Andrea Lynn Totherow (39 of Geraldine) Assault 3rd

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Andrea Lynn Totherow (39 of Geraldine)


DeKalb County Sheriff Nick Welden said of the warrant roundup: "I appreciate the work that the Investigators, Deputies, and Corrections Officers put in to help this warrant roundup be completed without incident.  I am glad we were able to bring these individuals in so that they are one step closer to facing the justice they deserve."

"God Bless!" Concluded Sheriff Welden.