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Randolph County Sheriff’s report October 10th – 17th


Emit Jay Stahmer Houston, 26, of 730 Franklin St., Roanoke – violation of domestic violence protection order – Oct. 13

Keith Houston, 29, of Anniston – mandatory release violation – Oct. 13

James Kason Shaver, 23, of LaFayette – bond violation – Oct. 13

Jimmy Arron Jordon, 42, of 4th St. SW, #407, Wedowee – child support – Oct. 12

Amanda Chavon Baker, 39, of 218 County Rd. 533, Woodland – four counts of third-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument – Oct. 11

Tasha Lashay Higgins, 41, of 317 Lakeview Dr., Wedowee – filing a false police report – Oct. 11

Tonia Businelle Jenkins, 44, of Lineville – failure to appear in court (second-degree theft), second-degree theft, possession of a controlled substance and illegal possession of a credit card – Oct. 11

Michael Adam Pike, 31, of Oxford – attempting to elude law enforcement and two counts of failure to appear in court (third-degree burglary and possession of a controlled substance) – Oct. 11

Jason Dewayne Foster, 41, of 539 County Rd. 867, Roanoke – two counts of failure to appear in court (child support) – Oct. 10

Michael Allen Strickland, 33, of 290 County Rd. 869, Roanoke – probation violation – Oct. 9

Robert Worth Earnest, 55, of 11631 County Rd. 65, Roanoke – possession of a controlled substance – Oct. 8

Faye Nicole Payne, 37, of 61 County Rd. 4806, Lineville – 20 counts of illegal possession of a credit card – Oct. 7

Tiffany Lynne Pennock, 39, of 10815 County Rd. 82, Newell – failure to appear in court (harassing communications) – Oct. 7


A neighbor reported a fire at a house on County Road 647 near Big Springs on Oct. 14. No one was inside the house at the time. The owner, Tammy Strain, told responders that it was in the process of being renovated.

A fire was reported on Oct. 13 at a chicken house on Old Highway 431 near Morrison Crossroads, owned by Larry Cosper. No chickens were inside at the time. Morrison Crossroads and Foster’s Crossroads volunteer fire departments responded.


A resident of County Road 487 in the Napoleon community reported on Oct. 14 that he took one of his dogs to the vet, and it was saved from poisoning. However, another dog died from being poisoned.

A 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe 4×4, Yamaha Bear Tracker ATV and a deep freezer were reported stolen from Jake Haynes Road in the Midway community on Oct. 15.

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