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Four-year-old okay after being left in van at daycare

Reports are for period ending September 4th

The parent of two boys who attend Rock Mills Daycare said when she picked them up on Friday, the owner told her that her 4-year-old had accidentally been left buckled up in the daycare van all day. She took the boy to Tanner-East Alabama Medical Center to be checked out, and they cleared him of any medical issues.

RCSO was notified that a Rock Mills Junior High School student included a terroristic threat in the content of an assignment last week. The principal handled the matter according to Randolph County Schools’ Code of Conduct, and the student’s parent was notified. A threat assessment was not deemed necessary at this time.

A tractor sprayer was reported stolen on Sept. 1 on County Road 512 at Hawk.

The neighbor of a homeowner on County Road 32 in the Mount Pleasant community notified him that someone was at his house loading items onto a trailer on Sept. 1.

A resident of County Road 56 in the Napoleon community was attacked by a dog while out for a walk on Saturday. Her neighbor’s dog came up with a second dog she had never seen before, and the second dog attacked her. The neighbor drove her to Tanner-East Alabama Medical Center for treatment of her injuries.

Foster’s Crossroads Volunteer Fire Department responded to a call on Saturday at 2:11 p.m. on County Road 88. The fire, which was reported by a passerby, appeared to have started near the refrigerator. The property owner is William Lamar Brooks of Hogansville, Ga.

A property owner on County Road 340 at Omaha notified RCSO on Saturday that dogs have been killing his cattle. He showed deputies a deceased calf and had photos of five more cows that had been killed and mutilated by the dogs. The man had killed one dog that he caught in the act, but there are more. The property owner was informed that while there is no leash law in the rural areas of the county, he does have a right to protect his property.

The parent of two boys who attend Rock Mills Daycare said when she picked them upon Friday, the owner told her that her 4-year-old had accidentally been left buckled up in the daycare van all day. She took the boy to Tanner-East Alabama Medical Center to be checked out, and they cleared him of any medical issues.

The Sims family of Old Highway 431 at Folsom was awakened at about 4:30 Sunday morning when a truck crashed through their fence and into their swimming pool. The driver, Luis Mejai, 25, of Newell was arrested and charged with DUI.

A vehicle owner who was attending a bonfire Saturday night in the Gray Hill community reported that two juvenile males threw rocks at her Honda Civic when she and her friends left the bonfire, causing damage to her car.

A light gray 4×4 truck with a toolbox was reported stolen on Sunday on County Road 82 near Morrison’s Crossroads.

A 16-year-old boy from Smyrna, Ga., was treated on Sunday at Tanner-East Alabama Medical Center for a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his foot. The victim told responders he was helping with work at the barn and went to step down from a raised area to grab a tool when the 9mm handgun discharged inside his pocket. The incident happened on County Road 92 at Newell.

A mailbox was reported stolen on County Road 110 near Graham on Sunday.

A resident of Highway 48 near Graham reported that two Sea-Doos that were parked in his driveway for sale were stolen on Monday. They were subsequently recovered in Carroll County, Ga.

A resident of Highway 48 in Woodland reported on Monday that he was struck in the arm with pellets from a shotgun when his neighbor was having a dove hunt. Robert Newborn was in his workshop when he was hit and said he could hear the pellets hitting the roof of the shop and nearby campers.

A mobile home on County Road 7 in the Foster’s Crossroads area was fully engulfed when RCSO and firefighters arrived around 1:30 a.m. on August 30. The property owner is Stephanie Cobb, but no one was inside at the time of the fire.

A resident of County Road 87 near Springfield reported the theft of a Tracfone.

A black 2016 Chevrolet Silverado was reported stolen from Pinetucky Lane.


Kimberly Dawn Foster, 42, of Wedowee – third-degree domestic violence

Ryan Christopher Mitchell, 37, of Woodland – DUI – Aug. 29

Jasmine Marquetta “Pooh” Linson, 34, of Roanoke – drug court violation – Aug. 29

Candance Lynn Chandler, 32, of Auburn – second-degree promoting prison contraband and unlawful distribution of a controlled substance. Chandler, whose initial charges are from Roanoke Police, is accused of sneaking narcotics into the jail and sharing them with another inmate. – Aug. 29

Virginia Rose Young, 42, of Roanoke – failure to appear in court and four counts of second-degree bail jumping – Aug. 30

Timothy Scott Davila, 26, of Delta – probation violation (attempting to elude and possession of a controlled substance) – Aug. 30

Demetrius Leon Nunn, 28, of Roanoke – mandatory release violation – Aug. 30

Michael Renard Williams, 64, of Chattanooga, Tenn. – DUI (State Troopers)

– Aug. 30

Timothy Truman “Tim Tim” Harmon Jr., 33, of Roanoke – harassing communications and failure to appear in court (driving with a suspended license, switched tag x 2, failure to display insurance, expired tag, speeding, reckless driving x 2, attempting to elude law enforcement, failure to stop at stop sign x 2, operating a vehicle without insurance and driving with license revoked x 2) – Sept. 1

Christie Nicole Umphrey, 33, of Woodland – fugitive from justice in Carroll County, Ga. – Sept. 1

Laden Dekeyes Terrell, 22, of Newell – probation violation – Sept. 1

Dionte Malik Dallas, 24, of Columbus, Ga. – failure to appear in court (third-degree burglary and fourth-degree theft of property) – Sept 3

Matthew Wayne Stewart, 35, of Woodland – child support – Sept. 3

Stanton Paul Burrows, 39, of Winston, Ga. – possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and attempting to elude law enforcement – Sept. 3 – State Troopers

Jeffery Wiley Timothy, 47, of Marietta, Ga. – DUI – Sept. 4 – State Troopers

Joshua Matthew Brown, 27, of Woodland – second-degree bail jumping – Sept. 4

Sheron Renea “Nea” Berry, 51 – disorderly conduct – Sept. 4

Roanoke Police arrest reports

Candace Lynn Calhoun, 32, of 1127 Overwood Place, Auburn – Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance – August 29

Micheal Shayne Cameron, 47, of 179 Tucker Circle, LaGrange, GA – Disorderly Conduct/Disturbing the Peace/Affray – August 31

Brian Ramon Houston, 46, of 903 Strong St, Roanoke – Criminal Trespassing – Enters/Remains in Dwelling – September 2

Milton Charles Huddleston, 36, of 704 Franklin St, Roanoke – DUI (Alcohol) – September 4


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