Arrest, incident reports Sept. 19

Hamilton Police Department

HAMILTON - The following arrests and activities were reported by the Hamilton Police Department for the period of Sept. 4-10:
Incident, offense cases
Five each for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia; four for third-degree domestic violence; two each for harassment, second-degree possession of marijuana and harassing communications; and one each for duty to give information/render aid, first-degree theft by deception, resisting arrest, second-degree theft of lost property, unauthorized use of a vehicle, illegal possession of a prescription drug, fraudulent use of a credit/debit card, second-degree theft of property, fourth-degree theft of services and unlawful breaking and entering of a vehicle.
Citations, arrests
Six for driving without insurance; five each for speeding, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia; three each for driving with a suspended/revoked license, driving without a license and third-degree domestic violence; two each for improper tag, second-degree possession of marijuana, illegal possession of a prescription drug and resisting arrest; and one each for improper lane usage, failure to register a vehicle, no child restraint, driving a motorcycle without a helmet, open container violation,  attempting to elude arrest and alias.
Wrecks
Seven wrecks were reported for the week.
Felony arrests
The following felony arrests were released:
• Megan Nickole Splitlog, 34, Trinity, was arrested on Sept. 4 for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and was released from the Marion County Jail in Hamilton on Sept. 5 on a bond of $3,000.
• Daniel Timothy Splitlog, 38, Trinity, was arrested on Sept. 4 for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and was released from the county jail on Sept. 5 on a bond $3,000.
• Jacob Dalton Lewis, 25, Opelika, was arrested on Sept. 6 for possession of a controlled substance and was released from the county jail on Sept. 11 on a bond of $2,500.
• William Timothy Richard Scott, 28, was arrested on Sept. 9 for possession of a controlled substance and remains in the county jail on a bond of $2,500.
• Debra Lynn Rivers, 51, Hamilton, was arrested on Sept. 10 for possession of a controlled substance and remains in the county jail on a bond of $2,500.
• Joseph Heath Terry, 35, Hamilton, was arrested on Sept. 10 for possession of a controlled substance, third-degree domestic violence and resisting arrest and remains in the county jail on a bond of $9,000.
(When a defendant is charged with a crime, the charge is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.)

Marion County Sheriff’s Dept.

HAMILTON - The following arrests and activities were reported for the two-week period ending Sept. 13:
Offense reports
Four each for probation violation and possession of drug paraphernalia; three for circuit court alias; two each for district court alias, public intoxication and bench warrant; and one each for second-degree possession of marijuana, non-support, attempting to elude, violation of a protection order, indecent exposure and possession of a pistol without a permit.
Felony arrests
The following felony arrests were released:
• Jacob Louis, 25, Opelika, was arrested on Sept. 6 for possession of a controlled substance and was released on Sept. 11 on a bond of $2,500.
• Jimmy Ables, 45, Hamilton, was  arrested on Sept. 7 for possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and illegal possession of prescription drugs and remains in the county jail on a bond of $8,000.
• Hunter Estes, 32, Winfield, was arrested on Sept. 11 for first-degree receiving stolen property and was released on Sept. 12 on a bond of $15,000.
• Randi Reynolds, 31, Hamilton, was arrested on Sept. 11 for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and remains in the county jail on a bond of $3,000.
• Justin Lovett, 33, Guin, was arrested on Sept. 11 for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and remains in the county jail on a bond of $3,000.
• Qiana Harris, 38, Phil Campbell, was arrested on Sept. 11 for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and remains in the county jail on a bond of $3,000.
• Jeff Saxby, 38, Sumtor, S.C., was arrested on Sept. 12 for third-degree theft of property, fraudulent use of a credit card and theft of lost property and remains in the county jail on a bond of $15,000.
• Rebecca McMichael, 29, Columbia, S.C., was arrested on Sept. 12 for third-degree theft of property, fraudulent use of a credit card and theft of lost property and remains in the county jail on a bond of $15,000.
• Kevin Brewer, 40, Brilliant, was arrested on Sept. 12 for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and remains in the county jail on a bond of $3,000.
• Jeremy Gallaway, 45, Hackleburg, was arrested on Sept. 12 for first-degree theft by deception and remains in the county jail on a bond of $7,500.
• Dakota Davie, 28, Hamilton, was arrested on Sept. 12 following an indictment by the Marion County Grand Jury for strangulation and was released on Sept. 13 on a bond of $25,000.
• Brian Jackson, 51, Hackleburg, was arrested on Sept. 12  for third-degree domestic violence-harassment and making a terrorist threat and remains in the county jail on a bond $9,000.
• John Langley, 23, Hamilton, was arrested on Sept. 13 for felony possession of drug paraphernalia and attempting to commit a controlled substance crimee and remains in the county jail. No bond has been set.
• Christopher Davies, 22, Phil Campbell, was arrested on Sept. 13 for possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest and tampering with evidence and was released from the county jail the same day on a bond of $6,000.

(When a defendant is charged with a crime, the charge is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.)

Winfield Police Dept.

WINFIELD - The following arrests and activities were reported by the Winfield Police Department for the period of Sept. 5-11:
Incident, offense reports
Four for harassment; two for documentation; and one each for enticing a child, sexual abuse of a child under the age of 12, third-degree theft of property, criminal littering, aggravated child abuse, fourth-degree theft of property, disorderly conduct, third-degree domestic violence and second-degree theft of property.

Citations
One each for driving with a suspended license, failure to display insurance, expired tag, speeding and improper passing.
Arrests
Three each for capias warrant and alias warrant; and one for bench warrant.
Wrecks, calls
There were three wrecks and 87 calls reported for the week.


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