Arrest reports for 12/24/21 | Arrest reports

County arrests

The Limestone County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests on Thursday:

• Jose Avelar-Rose, 7000 block Mooresville Road, Tanner, attempted crime and luring a child for immoral purposes

• Riley Billingsley 2500 Poincianna Street Southwest block, Huntsville, possession of a controlled substance

• David Bolton, 14000 block Parker Road, Athens, first degree possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance

• Amanda Collier, 4200 block County Road, Baileyton, first degree criminal trespassing and resistance to arrest

• Richard Crowe, 25000 block Dupree Hollow Road, Lester, third degree burglary

• Kendrick Davis, 19000 block Meadows Road, Athens, trying to escape, resisting arrest and drunk driving (alcohol)

• Samuel Dixon, Block 24000 Ben Stanford Road, Anderson, Second Degree Assault

• Tammie Doss, 1200 block Seventh Avenue, Athens, murder

• Rodney Duncan Jr., 15000 block Tyler Mill Drive, Athens, DUI (alcohol)

• Derrick East, 2100 block Stanford Street, Athens, possession of a controlled substance and first degree theft

• James Echols, 800 Horton Street, Athens, possession of a controlled substance

• Kristy Finney, 20,000 block Bonnie Blue Way, Athens, criminal coercion, two counts of possession of a controlled substance, harassment and first degree theft

• Kaitlin Frazier, 14000, Section Line Road block, Elkmont, two counts of driving with revocation of license and without a seat belt

• Joel Gooch Jr., 16000 block Poplar Creek Road, Athens, First Degree Theft and Third Degree Escape

• Yuri Griffin, 15000 block McCormick Lane, Athens, promotion of smuggling in second degree prisons

• Isaiah Hargrove, 29000 block Pulaski Pike, Ardmore, first degree theft

• Ashley Hill, 23000 block Sugar Way, Elkmont, possession of a controlled substance, criminal coercion and harassment

• Michael Huckaby, 23000 Porter Road block, Elkmont, third degree burglary

• Dusty Irby, 25000 block Mooresville Road, Elkmont, third degree burglary, receiving third degree stolen property and first degree theft

• Justin Jarrett, 500 block Cox Road, Killen, second degree assault

• Frank Johnson, 5600 block Henry Road, Athens, third degree theft, vehicle break and enter, first degree theft, third degree criminal mischief and third degree theft

• Tony Lamar, 1200 block Henry Drive, Athens, first degree theft

• Robert Ledbetter, 700 block Arabian Lane, Springfield Lane, Tennessee, second degree criminal mischief and first degree arson

• Travion Malone, 1300 Ryan Street block, Athens, unloading a gun in an occupied accommodation

• Delondo McDaniel, 300 block Crestview Street, Athens, public intoxication

• William Morrison, 11000 Lentzville Road block, Athens, two counts of driving with revocation of license, failure to register the vehicle, change of label and two counts of driving a vehicle without insurance

• Lance Sisk, 25000 block Veto Road, Elkmont, expired label, two counts of driving without insurance and four counts of driving with revocation of license

• Kendall Speegle, 90 block County Road 496, Trinity, manslaughter

• Jordan Williams, 23000 block Sugar Way, Elkmont, criminal coercion, possession of a controlled substance, harassment and two counts of possession of a controlled substance

County Flights

The Limestone County Sheriff’s Office reported the following thefts on Thursday:

• ATHENS – Power and hand tools valued at $ 800, Dewalt table saw valued at $ 500, Hercules side miter saw valued at $ 600, Kobalt air compressor with a $ 300 value, $ 250 Dewalt drill, $ 150 Dewalt hammer drill, $ 175 Dewalt drill, three $ 600 Paslode nail guns, Dewalt nail gun valued at $ 300, 250 feet of extension cords valued at $ 200, 150 foot air hose valued at $ 250, hand tools valued at $ 500, nails valued at $ 100, Makita router valued at $ 100, Black and Decker hand plane valued at $ 150 and Kobalt saw horse valued at $ 100 stolen between the 21st and the December 22, block 17,000 Stonegate Drive

Arrests / thefts in town

The Athens Police Department reported no new arrests or thefts on Thursday.

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