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Arrest Report Jan. 10-16

Arrest Report

The following is the Madison Police Department Arrest Report from Jan. 10-16:

Jan. 10

Terrell Lamar Mangreum, Madison, failure to appear (traffic).

Shawna Marie Tyrrell, Madison, domestic violence (menacing, knife), third degree, and domestic violence (harassment, family), third degree.

Salvador James Panno, Madison, harassing communications.

Jan. 11

Andrew Luigi Moscato, Madison, driving under the influence (.08 or more).

Christopher Michael Hall, Madison, public intoxication.

Eric Shaun Smith, two counts of possession of marijuana.

Jan. 12

James Thomas Horton, Madison, possession of controlled substance, possession of controlled substance with intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jason Patrick Cantrell, Madison, two counts of possession of controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Kevyn Kirsk Vazquez, Madison, possession of cocaine and driving under the influence (alcohol).

Amber Lenae Wright, Huntsville, failure to appear (traffic).

Daniel Patrick Leeth, Madison, two counts of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Christopher Ladarius Colley, Madison, failure to appear (traffic).

Melissa Lee Hardee, Madison, violation of probation.

Jan. 13

Ariana Lyn Hudson, Madison County, failure to appear (traffic).

Bradley Allen Gochnauer, Tanner, bail jumping, second degree.

Carole Nicole Richardson, Decatur, violation of probation.

Archie Lee Donaldson, Huntsville, two counts of violation of probation.

Michael Jarnard Vincent, Madison, possession of controlled substance.

Jan. 14

Matthew Deshawn Edmonson, Madison County, failure to appear (traffic).

Kandice Lashaunna Humphrey, Huntsville, failure to appear (traffic).

Darrius Spencer Hardin, Huntsville, distributing private images to harass.

Michael Andrew Maddux, Huntsville, failure to appear (traffic).

Cody Layne Sims, Madison, domestic violence (harassment, family)

Jan. 15

Todd Alan Etheredge, Madison, driving under the influence (alcohol).

Matthew Paul Marrero, Madison, possession of controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

David Bruce Haywood, Columbiana, theft (article from auto), third degree.

Kenneth Jeffrey Christa, Huntsville, two counts of violation of probation.

Cole Alexander Millard, Huntsville, failure to appear (traffic).

Tyler Steven Williams, Huntsville, violation of probation.

Jan. 16

Alan Constantine Makerov, Madison, domestic violence (simple assault, family).

Kai Travez Kelvin Crawley, Madison, failure to appear (traffic).

Anglea Jeanette Harris, Huntsville, duty upon striking a fixed object.

Maurice Torrey Baker, Huntsville, violation of probation.

James Clemens High School

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New traffic signals in Town Madison to go active Monday


Madison Hospital Nursery to receive renovation thanks to local couple’s donation

Liberty Middle School

Liberty breaks own record at Alabama All State Choral Festival


Girls Scouts wish a happy day to elderly citizens

Bob Jones High School

2021 Reflections winners express skills to ‘I Matter Because’


Need help with utility bills? Community Action Partnership possibly can assist


Madison Mission helps with food needs during pandemic


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State, national American Legion officials commend Madison post

James Clemens High School

James Clemens Theatre to present ‘Matilda the Musical’

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Bob Jones High School

CyberPatriots in Bob Jones AFJROTC succeed in national competition


Madison schools closed Thursday due to weather, roads are a “slushy mess” this morning

Bob Jones High School

Bob Jones AFJROTC cadets pledge Elite Knights – Kitty Hawk Air Society

Digital Version

Digital version of The Madison Record – Feb. 17, 2021


Madison schools to operate virtually in Wednesday due to weather


St. John Virtual Gala 2021 adapts for new venue but keeps traditional fun


Farmers to Families to distribute free food at Madison City Stadium on Thursday


ALDOT: Icy, snowy conditions may persist; motorists warned against nonessential travel through Friday

James Clemens High School

Freshman Caleb Wortham donates 3D printer to James Clemens


Police department gains three new officers


Freezing conditions are likely to continue through Tuesday