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Randolph County Sheriffs report

Arrests for Feb. 22nd – Feb. 28th

Andrew Bernard Sims, 30, of Wadley – probation revocation – Feb. 22

Michael Paul Garrett, 23, of 229 County Rd. 438, Woodland – failure to appear in court (child support) – Feb. 23

William Dennis, 39, of Birmingham – warrant from Marshall County – Feb. 23

Sharon Kay Wallace, 55, of 1450 County Rd. 36, Heflin – probation violation – Feb. 23

Vinson Larry Bailey, 50, of 131 Field St., Roanoke – mandatory release violation – Feb. 23

Elizabeth Byers, 66, of LaFayette – failure to appear in court (no driver’s license, switched tag, improper tag and fourth-degree theft of property) – Feb. 23

Richard Earl Shaddix, 45, of Valley – third-degree burglary and fourth-degree theft of property – Feb. 22

William James Jannega, 36, of LaFayette – driving with license revoked, failure to display insurance, improper tag and no safety belt – Feb. 27

Henry Clay Hines, 58, of Anniston – DUI- Feb. 26

Shirlisor Mintshon Knight, 41, of 7057 County Rd. 26, Wadley – reckless driving – Feb. 26

Larry Demarco Phillips, 34, of 5219 County Rd. 26, Wadley – failure to appear in court – Feb. 25

Cougizes Dwayne Hogan, 42, of LaGrange, Ga. – third-degree assault – Feb. 25


On Feb. 28, a catalytic converter was reported stolen from a 2013 Toyota Tundra on County Road 67, Roanoke.

A resident of County Road 515, Woodland, reported on Feb. 27 that a neighbor’s dog killed a cow and injured another cow. The loss is estimated at $6,000. The cows owners were advised they have a right to defend their property. The deputy also spoke with the dog’s owner.

An unoccupied structure burned on Feb. 27 on County Road 87 in Newell. It was owned by Clarence Dale Morrison who lives next door.

A resident of County Road 67, Wedowee, reported the theft of a debit card.

A welding machine, air compressor and 20-ton jack were reported taken from a garage on Pam Street in Wedowee on Feb. 25.

A resident of County Road 19, Newell, reported that her neighbors dogs act aggressive toward her family, tear up things in their yard and have killed their pets. The deputy advised her that she has a right to defend her family and her property.

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