Arrest, incident reports

Hamilton Police Department

HAMILTON - The following arrests and activities were reported by the Hamilton Police Department for the period of Oct. 23-29:
Incident, offense cases
Four for fourth-degree theft of property; two each for third-degree burglary and third-degree domestic violence; one each for possession of drug paraphernalia, documentation of suicide, menacing, giving false information, third degree criminal mischief and duty upon striking a vehicle.
Citations, Arrests
Seven for alias; four for no insurance; three each for speeding and driving while license suspended or revoked; two each for improper tag, driving without a license, failure to register vehicle and public intoxication; and one each for third-degree domestic violence, possession of drug paraphernalia, running a red light and giving false information.
Wrecks
Five wrecks were reported for the week.

Marion County Sheriff’s Department

HAMILTON - The following arrests and activities were reported for the two-week period ending Oct. 30:
Offense reports
Two each for probation violation and district court alias; and one each for  traffic court alias, driving under the influence, violation of release order, possession of drug paraphernalia, third-degree domestic violence--harrassment, third-degree criminal tresspass and bench warrant.
Felony arrests
The following felony arrests were released:
• Andrew Nix, 33, Biloxi, Miss., was arrested on Oct. 27 for second-degree theft of property and released from the Marion County Jail on the same day on a $2,500 bond.
• Britni Kirk, 32, Hackleburg, was arressted on Oct. 27 for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia and was released on Oct. 29 on a $3,000 bond.
•  Alicia Morrison, 31, Winfield, was arrested on Oct. 27 for breaking and entering of a vehicle and second-degree theft of property and remains in the county jail on a $10,000 bond.
• Sarah Pineda, 27, Guin, was arressted on Oct. 29 for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia and remains in the county jail on a $3,000 bond.
•  Jeffery Whitman, 52, Hamilton was arrested on Oct. 24 for three counts of third-degree burglary,  second- and fourth-degree theft of property, third-degree criminal mischief and possession of burglary tools and remains in the county jail on a $34,000 bond.
• Jimmy Enis, 42, Winfield, was arrested on Oct. 24 for first-degree assault and attempted murder and remains in the county jail on a $180,000 bond.
• Robert Danford, 23, Hamilton, was arrested on Oct. 29 for fraud--unauthorized person and remains in the county jail. No bond has been set.
• Cain Holbrook, 30, Hamilton, was arrested on Oct. 30  for first-degree criminal mischief and remains in the county jail. No bond has been set.
• Chelsi Lawler, 25, Bear Creek, was arrested Oct. 29 for first- and second-degree receiving stolen property and possession of burglary tools and remains in the county jail. No bond has been set.
• Zachary Wilkerson, 23, Winfield, was arrested on Oct. 27 for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia and remains in the county jail on a $3,000 bond.
• Joshua McDonald, 28, Hamilton, was arrested on Oct. 26 for third-degree possession of a forged instrument and remains in the county jail on a $2,500 bond.
(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 Department

WINFIELD - The following arrests and activities were reported by the Winfield Police Department for the period of Oct. 24-30:
Incident, offense cases
Two each for harassment and possession of drug paraphernalia; and one each for terrorist threat, identity theft, second-degree theft of property -- firearms, third-degree domestic violence, second-degree possession of marijuana, harrassing communications, officers report, unlawful breaking and entering of a vehicle, second-degree theft of property and possession of a controlled substance.
Citations
Two for an expired tag and one for a switched tag.
Arrests
Five for capias warrant; three for possession of drug paraphernalia; and one each for second-degree possession of marijuana, second-degree theft of property, unlawful breaking and entering of a vehicle, harrassing communications and terrorist threat.
Wrecks
Six wrecks were reported for the week.