For the record

Hamilton  Police Dept. The following arrests and activities were reported by the Hamilton Police Department for the period of May 29-June 4:
 Incident and offense cases
Three for third-degree domestic violence; two each for third- and fourth-degree theft of property; and one each for harassment, first-degree theft of property, third-degree criminal mischief, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, first-degree criminal trespassing, documentation of trash/damage to business parking lot; third-degree criminal trespassing, second-degree assault, violation of a protection order, first-degree sodomy, documentation of sexual advances and documentation of property damage.
 Arrests or citations
Nine for speeding; five for driving without insurance; three each for driving without a driver’s license and alias; two each for driving with a suspended/revoked license, improper tag and third-degree domestic violence; and one each for driving under the influence, second-degree possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, fourth-degree theft of property, fraudulent use of a credit/debit card, disorderly conduct, unkempt premises as nuisance and improper lane usage.
Wrecks
Five wrecks were reported for the week.
 Felony arrests
The following felony arrests were released:
• Royce Leo Mullin, 46, Hamilton, was arrested on May 29 for possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and second-degree possession of marijuana and was released from the Marion County Jail in Hamilton on May 31 on a bond of  $5,500.
• Erick Justin Hamrick, 34, Hamilton, was arrested on May 31 for second-degree burglary and remains in the county jail on a bond of $5,500.

Correction In the Wednesday, June 6, edition of the Journal Record, in the story entitled “HHS Environmental Club tours NTN-Bower,” the cutlines for the two contributed photographs included with the story are switched.
The photo entitled “HHS Environmental Club posed by the NTN-Bower sign after the tour” should have had the names and description listed under the second photo, which was named “HHS Environmental Club tours NTN-Bower in Hamilton,” and vice-versa.
The Journal Record tries to publish information correctly the first time, but if we fail to do so—either on the part of our staff or our sources, we will be glad to correct it. To request a correction or clarification, call staff writers Scott Johnson at 921-3104 or Mandye Green at 487-3278.

Food Scores

HAMILTON - The Marion County Health Department released the following scores for the restaurant inspections through the month of May:
• Panther Mart, Hackleburg - 91.
• KFC of Hamilton - 91.
• Hackleburg Market - 92.
• Cardinal Drive-In, Winfield - 93.
• Taco Bell #029116, Winfield - 93.
• Websters Deli, Guin - 93.
• LaCasa Fiesta, Guin - 93.
• Bright Beginnings Day Care, Hackleburg - 94.
• Town Cafe, Hackleburg - 94.
• Dinelli’s Pizza and Pasta, Hamilton - 95.
• Pizza Hut Winfield #1848 - 95.
• Webster’s Piggly Wiggly, Guin - 95.
• City Diner, Winfield - 95.
• Motel 6, Hamilton - 96.
• Catfish and Steak Haven, Winfield - 97.
• Hackleburg  High Lunchroom - 97.
• Dollar General Hackleburg #13274 - 97.
• Jack Rabbit Slim’s, Hackleburg - 97.
• That Seafood Place, Hamilton - 97.
• Cedar Landing, Winfield - 98.
• Winfield Meal Site - 99.
• Subway Winfield - 99.
• San Juan 3:16, Hamilton - 99.
• Hackleburg Senior Center - 100.

Marion Co. Sheriff’s Dept.

HAMILTON - The following arrests and activities were reported for the week ending June 4:
 Arrests or citations
Eight for circuit court alias; four for third-degree domestic violence - harassment; three each for driving under the influence, probation violation and bench warrant; and two for possession of drug paraphernalia, public intoxication, third-degree domestic violence - assault and attempting to elude arrest.
 Felony arrests
The following felony arrests were released:
• Johnathan Bray, 25, Brilliant,  was arrested on May 30 for third-degree escape and remains in the county jail on a bond of $2,500.
• Michael Brooks, 32, Hamilton, was arrested on May 30 on a grand jury indictment for two counts of possession of a controlled substance, driving under the influence and possession of drug paraphernalia and was released from the county jail on May 30 on a bond of $30,000.
• Donald Palmer, 36, Guin, was arrested on May 31 for first-degree rape and remains in the county jail on a bond of $20,000.
• Terry Lee Walker, 26, Hackleburg, was arrested on May 31 for third-degree escape and was released from the county jail on June 5 on a bond of $2,500.
• Lawrence Burt, 49, Hamilton, was arrested on June 2 for 11 counts of fraudulent use of a credit card and domestic violence harassment and remains in the county jail on a bond of $29,000.
• Phillip Hall, 39, Guin, was arrested on June 5 for third-degree escape and remains in the county jail. No bond has been set.
• Devvie Rivers, 51, Hamilton, was arrested on June 6 for possession of a controlled substance and public intoxication and remains in the county jail. No bond has been set.
• Melvin Watkins, 46, Guin, was arrested on June 2 for two counts of possession of a controlled substance, resisting arrest and receiving stolen property and remains in the county jail on a bond of $20,500.
• Thomas Wyningen, 36, Winfield, was arrested on June 3 for possession of a controlled substance and was released from the county jail on June 4 on a bond of $2,500.
• Phillip Hutchinson, 32, Winfield, was arrested on June 3 for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and remains in the county jail on a bond of $3,000.
• Cody Crane, 25, Hamilton, was arrested on June 4 for two counts of third-degree escape and remains in the county jail on a bond of $5,000.
(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 May 30-June 5:
 Incident and offense cases
Six for possession of drug paraphernalia; three each for possession of a controlled substance, fourth-degree theft of property, harassment, third-degree domestic violence and second-degree marijuana possession; two for driving under the influence of alcohol; and one each for third-degree domestic violence - harassment, elderly abuse, harassing communication, resisting arrest, first-degree receiving stolen property, first-degree robbery, documentation, third-degree criminal trespassing, third-degree burglary, selling/furnishing a controlled substance to a minor, selling drugs near school, disorderly conduct and third-degree criminal mischief.
Arrests or citations
Eight for failure to wear a seat belt; five for speeding; four for operating a vehicle without insurance; two each for driving under the influence of alcohol, no plainly visible tag, failure to display insurance, failure to register a vehicle, driving with a revoked license, driving without a driver’s license, resisting arrest, first-degree receiving stolen property, selling/furnishing a controlled substance to a minor and selling drugs near school.
Wrecks
Three wrecks were reported for the week and 94 calls were received.


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