September 26th – October 3rd.
Barfield Volunteer Fire Department responded to a fire that destroyed a storage shed on Monday at around 11 a.m.
According to the report from Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, a neighbor reported the shed being on fire on County Road 219 in the Fuller’s Crossroads area. Nearby woods were also ablaze. A new tenant has just moved into a mobile home further into the woodline there.
The mobile home’s owner, Joshua McClenton, told responders he had just moved out and rented the mobile home to another man. The fire also damaged second neighbor’s mobile home and truck.
There was no electricity to the shed, and the cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Jeyul Sanjabhai Patel, 22, of 2983 Hwy. 431, Roanoke – DUI – Oct. 1
Amanda Elayne Arguelles-Avila, 41, of Grantville, Ga. – third-degree criminal trespassing – Sept. 29
Teaira Nicole Ferrell, 36, of 1040 County Rd. 61, Roanoke – fugitive from justice in Cherokee County – Sept. 29
Sharon Wallace, 56, of 1450 County Rd. 36, Heflin – failure to appear in court (probation violation) – Sept. 29
Ariana Nishae Morgan, 28, of 750 Seymour Dr., Roanoke – two counts of possession of a forged instrument – Sept. 28
Cole Wayne Roberson, 23, of Greenville, Ga. – fugitive from justice in Troup County, Ga. – Sept. 28
Teyanna Nequana Sims, 23, of 332 Weathers Heights Rd., Wedowee – two counts of possession of a forged instrument – Sept. 28
Kevin Costley, 47, of Cragford – DUI – Sept. 29
Chambers Co. Sheriff
Justin Fulghum, 20, of Roanoke – attempting to elude
Antonio Durand Woody, 39, of Roanoke – DUI
Weigel’s Country Corner at Morrison Crossroads reported the theft of cigarettes on Sept. 27.
A backpack blower was reported stolen on Sept. 29 from a residence on Jessica Drive, Wedowee.
A samurai sword and purse with cash were reported stolen on Sept. 29 from a residence on County Road 19 in the Pinetucky area.
A black and white dog was found on Sept. 28 at an abandoned house on County Road 67 in the Hobson area without food or water.