Sheriff’s report for May 9th – May 16th
Taylor Wayne Alred, 32 of 45500 County Rd. 51, Woodland – bond violation (breaking/entering vehicle) – May 16
Gregory Markeith Henderson, 38, of 550 Strozier St., Roanoke – two counts of probation revocation – May 16
Kimberly Jeanette Nelson, 54, of 1312 County Rd. 2565, Wedowee – third-degree burglary and fourth-degree theft of property – May 16
Coletan Patrick White, 28, of 968 County Rd. 518, Woodland – third-degree domestic violence – May 16
Stephanie Paige Smith, 32, of 168 Overton Mountain Dr., Roanoke – failure to appear inc court (possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and chemical endangerment of a child) – May 15
Michael Anthony Lee, 55, of Franklin, Ga. – failure to appear in court (operating a vehicle without insurance) – May 13
Sharon Renea Berry, 50, of 2445 County Rd. 25, Newell – trespassing – May 11
Matthew Thomas Johnson, 35, of 714 Franklin St., Roanoke – failure to appear in court (third-degree domestic violence) – May 11
Naslie Shante Parker, 35, of 768 Reed Circle, Roanoke – failure to appear in court (truancy court) – May 11
Michael Todd Daniel Jr., 41, of 140 Weathers Heights, Wedowee – failure to appear in court (sexual misconduct) – May 10
Robert Earnest, 55, of 11631 County Rd. 65, Roanoke – failure to appear in court (possession of drug paraphernalia and driving with license revoked) – May 10
Thomas Jerrell Freeman, 23 of 7618 Old Hwy. 431, Newell – identity theft and second-degree financial exploitation of the elderly – May 10
Autumn Pauley, 21, of 7618 Old Hwy. 431, Newell – identity theft and second-degree financial exploitation of the elderly – May 10
Heather Elizabeth Farrar, 43, of 203 Mulberry St., Roanoke – possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia – May 9
Chambers County Sheriff
Lewis Lee Jr., 22, of Roanoke – second-degree possession of marijuana
McManus Welding reported on May 16 that someone forged a check on the company for $2,450.
A white Dodge truck and scrap metal were stolen from County Road 66 in the Caver’s Grove community on May 16.
A break-in was reported on May 10 on County Road 18, east of Roanoke.
A Wedowee resident reported on May 9 that someone was supposed to watch her Chihuahua puppy while she was in jail. She is now out of jail, but he will not give her puppy back.
Reaves Grocery of Woodland reported a gas drive-off on May 16.
A fire on May 10 at 3:47 a.m. destroyed a dilapidated trailer at 10 County Rd. 20 in the Lime community. The owner, Kenneth James Burke of Roanoke, said there was no gas or power connected.
A resident reported that on May 12 he was driving on County Road 82 near Foster’s Crossroads when a car came up behind him, tailgated and pulled up beside him. The driver shouted and pointed a gun at him. The complainant believed the driver shot because he heard a noise. The complainant said he in turn fired at the suspect’s vehicle.
A resident of County Road 56 near Napoleon reported that for the past eight weeks, dogs have come onto his property and hurt his cattle and that of his neighbor. On May 11 he reported that the night before they had killed a calf and litter of kittens. He saw two Huskies, one with a broken chain, leaving the barn.