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Randolph County and Roanoke Police arrest and incident reports

Sheriff’s arrests ending July 31st

July 26

Amanda Leigh Adamson, 40, of Heflin – third-degree domestic violence

Christopher Ray Marshall, 30, of Roanoke – first-degree escape (Community Corrections Program)

Michael Darnell Allen, 56, of Opelika – failure to appear in court (third-degree assault)

July 27

Roy Gene Brown, 40, of Roanoke – failure to appear in court (unauthorized use of a vehicle and third-degree criminal mischief)

Michael Paul “Big Money” Mobley, 43, of Roanoke – failure to appear in court (possession of drug paraphernalia and giving a false name to a law enforcement officer)

July 28

Benjamin Eugene Battle, 51, of Roanoke – failure to appear in court (resisting arrest, third-degree domestic violence and driving with license revoked)

Michael Paul “Big Money” Mobley, 44, of Roanoke – warrant from Harrison County, Miss.

Demetrius Delo Robertson Jr., 21, of Roanoke – third-degree burglary

Willie Mabson III, 33, of Pell City – DUI

July 30

Jose Luis Escobar, 36, of Woodland – DUI

Jonathan Blake Williams, 46, of Auburn – second-degree possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia

David Broughton, 28, of Roanoke – failure to appear in court (possession of a controlled substance, second-degree possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and second-degree theft of property)

Lynette Nicole Finklea, 39, of LaFayette – warrant from Lauderdale County

July 31

Shawna Lee Colville, 38, of Roanoke – failure to appear in court (DUI)

Bartless O’Bryan Vines, 36, of LaFayette – failure to appear in court (first-degree possession of marijuana) and speeding

Sturgis Beau Messer, 26, of LaGrange, Ga. – third-degree domestic violence

Roanoke arrests

Michael Adam Pike, 31, of 1602 Old Birmingham Hwy, Jasper – Failure to Appear in Court (No Drivers License) – July 31

John Corbin Whaley, 39, of 1005 Co Rd 4, Wedowee – Contempt of Court, Failure to Appear in Court (Operating a Vehicle Without Insurance x 2, Driving While Suspended x 4, Expired Tag, Switched Tag x 2) – July 30

Olivia Ashley Oneal, 29, of 436 Gilham Rd, Roanoke – Domestic Violence 3rd Degree – July 30

Valintez Deontae Edmondson, 31, of 1012 East First Ave, Lanett – Domestic Violence 3rd Degree – July 28

Shelby Lynn Spivey, 31, of 63450 Hwy 22, Roanoke – Failure to Appear/Comply/Pay x 3 – July 27

David Henderson, 65, of 562 Strozier St, Roanoke – Domestic Simple Assault – Family – July 26

Randy Preston Weaver, 34, of 890 Cooley St, Wadley – Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 1st Offense – July 26

Brittany Chanelle Tucker, 31, of 212 Piedmont St, Roanoke – Failure to Appear in Court (Theft 4th) – July 28

Other incidents

A resident of County Road 313, Delta, reported that someone poured dog food into the motor of a 2015 Nissan Altima.

Someone went into a vehicle parked in downtown Wedowee and took an iPhone, Cash App card, food stamp card and $180 cash. The person who took it has tried unsuccessfully to reset the Cash App card several times.

An employee of Reaves Grocery on Old Highway 431 near Morrison’s Crossroads reported a break-in on Thursday morning. The front door had been busted open during the night, and there was broken glass at the entrance. Most of the vapes, which were stored inside a glass case, were stolen. They cost between $20 and $30 each. The burglary is under investigation.

The owner of a skid steer reported that while it was parked at a location on County Road 134 near Newell, he saw three men standing around it with a truck and trailer. When the owner asked what the men were doing, one told him they had purchased the skid steer and showed an alleged bill of sale. When he told them the skid steer belongs to him, they left. The incident is under investigation by RCSO.

After a resident of County Road 65 in the Rock Stand community came outside and caught someone rummaging through a vehicle, the suspect, Bartless O’Bryan Vines, 36, of LaFayette was arrested on an outstanding warrant from the Hamilton (Ga.) Police Department. Nothing appeared to be missing from the vehicle he had entered.

A resident of County Road 429 near Gold Ridge reported being awakened to see two men attempting to take a paddle boat. They had to have crossed a locked gate to get to it. When confronted by the resident, one of the men said he had permission to take it. When told again to leave it, the men dropped the paddle boat and left in a waiting vehicle.


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