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Arrest Reports

Arrest Report

The following is the Madison Police Department Arrest Report from Dec. 6-12:


Dec. 6

Jessie Marie Luna, Huntsville, violation of probation.

John David Morris, Madison, violation of probation.

Diamond Shawntail Pratt, Madison, failure to appear (traffic).

Leslie Rebecca Whitlock, Madison, theft (shoplifting), fourth degree.

Amber Lacie Allen, Madison, failure to appear (traffic).

Peter Jay Herman, Madison, trafficking and possession of drug paraphernalia.


Dec. 7

Katherine Elizabeth Craig, Madison, driving under the influence (.08 or more).

Justin Adam Dean, Madison, driving under the influence (alcohol).


Dec. 8

Earl Lee Green, Madison, driving under the influence (alcohol).

Rebecca Ashley Franklin, Madison, possession of heroin.

Jeremy Alan Yell, Madison, theft (shoplifting) and possession of heroin, fourth degree.

John Tracy Adkins, Madison, theft (shoplifting), fourth degree, possession of controlled substance with intent to distribute, three counts of possession of controlled substance, possession of heroin and promoting contraband, second degree.

Myosha Kioda Shantel Cohen, Tanner, two counts of violation of probation.


Dec. 9

Lamarcus Jerome Smith, Madison, second or subsequent offense.

Andrew Jordan Duncan, Madison, theft (shoplifting), fourth degree.

Robert Alfred Wienczkowski, Huntsville, violation of probation.


Dec. 10

Donna Ann Gandy, Madison, possession of forged instrument, second degree, receiving stolen property, first degree, possession of controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and altered VIN offenses (felony).

Michael Joseph Manchego, Madison, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving under the influence (alcohol).

James Jeffrey Adkins, Madison, theft (shoplifting), fourth degree, and fugitive from justice.

Daniel Wade Germany, Madison, theft (shoplifting), fourth degree, and fugitive from justice).

Sejung Marie Hallenbeck, Huntsville, violation of probation.

Andrew Jordan Duncan, theft (shoplifting), fourth degree.


Dec. 11

Robert Alfred Wienczkowski, Huntsville, violation of probation.

Terrance Terrell Davis, Huntsville, three counts of violation of probation.


Dec. 12

Dericka Monay Hopkins, Madison, ignition (interlock device).

Timothy Andrew Callins, Madison, failure to appear (traffic).

Angelique Leshawn Bone, Madison, domestic violence, second degree, and aggravated assault (knife).

Andrew Strasser, Huntsville, bail (jumping), second degree.

Shon Christian Bailey, Huntsville, violation of probation.

Smoothesaykou Shaquille Bell, Huntsville, failure to appear (traffic).


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