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Arrest Report Jan. 3-9

The following is the Madison Police Department Arrest Report from Jan. 3-9:

Jan. 3

Denver Mills, Madison, driving under the influence (alcohol).

Rhonda Terell Moore-Jackson, Madison, failure to appear (traffic).

Montez Miguel Grier, Madison, fugitive from justice.

Cameron Douglas Harper, Huntsville, failure to appear.

Cornelius Darrell Monagan, Madison, firearms license required and violation of probation.

William Royce Hattaway, Madison, failure to appear (traffic).

Jan. 4

Spenser Thomas Moore, Madison, driving under the influence (alcohol).

Charlene Horton Martin, Madison, domestic violence (harassment, family), third degree.

Scott Jerrad Lee, Madison, theft (shoplifting), fourth degree.

Jan. 5

Jason Christopher Wright, Madison, driving under the influence (alcohol).

Jeremy Alexander Harris, Tanner, violation of probation.

James Corey Allen Jet, Huntsville, bail jumping, second degree.

Michael Lee Newsome, Decatur, bail(jumping, second degree.

Amanda Nicole Craig, Madison, illegal possession of prescription drugs, possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia and four counts of possession of a controlled substance.

Rachel Lauren Quillin, Madison, possession of heroin, illegal possession of prescription drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and four counts of possession of a controlled substance.

Jan. 6

Cari Rhodshaun Selsey, Huntsville, violation of probation.

Phillipe Daynoto Hackman, Madison, two counts of breaking and entering vehicle (theft), theft article from auto, first degree, and theft article from auto, third degree.

Bionca Moore, Madison, two counts of breaking and entering vehicle (theft), theft article from auto, first degree, and theft article from auto, third degree.

Michael Matthew Varney, Madison, receiving stolen property, first degree, receiving stolen property, fourth degree, and possession of a controlled substance.

Shelby Leann Butler, Madison, possession of controlled substance.

Gary Wayne Hodge, Madison, driving under the influence (alcohol).

Jan. 7

Ryan Michael Costello, ignition interlock device.

Rashida Renee Sharpe, Madison, possession of forged instrument, third degree.

Duane M. Gregory, Huntsville, violation of probation.

Edwin Alton Sutton, Huntsville, failure to appear (traffic).

Keonete Latraye Clay, Huntsville, violation of probation.

Jan. 8

Sommer Lashea Starned, Madison, possession of controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jerell Jermaine Winn, Madison, two counts of possession of marijuana.

Koehler Willis Young, Madison, possession of controlled substance.

Amy Jessica Boyd, Huntsville, violation of probation.

Teia Rosarah White, Huntsville, failure to appear (traffic).

Megan Renee Brown, Madison, disorderly conduct.

Jan. 9

Scott Logan Maxfield, Madison, failure to appear (traffic).

Laquan Quartez Honey, Madison County, violation of probation.

Jessica Lynn Edwards, Madison County, two counts of failure to appear.

Elena Salyer, Madison, driving under the influence (alcohol).

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Area cities tighten restrictions on public parks; supports Health Officer’s order for non-essential businesses

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Redstone Federal Credit Union confirms first case of COVID-19 

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