January 9 – 16
Rodney Eugene Cooley, 53, of 549 Co Rd 622, Woodland – Failure to appear in court (3rd degree domestic violence/harassment, 3rd degree criminal trespassing, 4th degree theft) – Jan 15
Jamison Lamar Molan, 44, of 332 Co Rd 864, Heflin – Failure to appear in court (1st degree theft of property) – Jan 12
Larry Love, 31, of 211 Mulberry St, Roanoke – Bond violation, unlawful possession of a controlled substance – Jan 11
Cody Ryan McClurge, 34, of 50 Co Rd 710, Roanoke – Child support – Jan 11
Trinity James Grimsley, 43, of 1955 Four Notch Rd, Carrollton – Failure to appear in court (1st degree theft of property) – Jan 11
Vincent Edward Bell, 53, of 286 Hwy 431, Roanoke – Bond violation – Jan 10
Kenneth Bernard Hill, 49, of Government St, Roanoke – 3rd degree assault, unlawful distribution of a controlled drug, possession of a controlled substance – Jan 10
Melissa Dawn Schutt, 38, of 54620 Hwy 22, Wadley – Failure to appear in court (Failure to display insurance x 2, possession of a controlled substance x 2, possession of drug paraphernalia x 3, promoting prison contraband, trafficking methamphetamine, tampering with evidence) – Jan 10
Patricia Ann Waters, 18, of 114 Robin Rd, Wedowee – Unauthorized use of a vehicle – Jan 10
Robert Nelson Jr., 28, of 9278 Co Rd 33 – Failure to appear in court (child support) – Jan 9
Michael Austin Whaley, 23, of 611 Stone Ave, Roanoke – Probation violation (unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia) – Jan 9
William Bobby Stephens, 43, of 801 Co Rd 11, Lineville – Hold for Cleburne Co.(destruction of state property)- Jan 9
Anthony Bernard Sims, 53, of 25 Nellie Dr, Mableton – Attempt to elude, resisting arrest – Jan 8
Jan 12 – A structure fire was reported on Co Rd 872 in a garage building separate from the residence on the property. The deputy observed flames coming from the back of the building and within a few minutes the building was completely engulfed in flames. The Corinth Fire Department arrived on the scene and extinguished the fire leaving the structure still standing. It was stated by the fire department that lightening could have possibly struck the building causing the fire which would be consistent with the inclement weather in the area earlier the same day.
Jan 16 – A deputy was dispatched to Co Rd 33 in reference to a damaged door. The owner of the property stated that sometime last week someone was knocking on her house door, but when she looked out she did not see anyone. She also advised that she noticed later that the door and frame was bent around the door knob. The woman believes that someone was trying to break into her house.
Jan 16 – A safe containing contracts, car titles and a large sum of cash was reported as stolen at Co Rd 804. The owners stated that their basement door was pried open and damaged. The victims advised that they didn’t know who could have taken the safe because they had not shown anyone where it was.