32 People Arrested Last Week
April 23, 2018
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32 People Arrested Last Week

PHOTO: (DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office)

By Staff Reports

DEKALB COUNTY, Ala. — According to the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office: Between the dates of April 10 and April 12, the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Investigators, Deputies alongside the DeKalb County Drug Task Force executed distribution of controlled substance warrants on the following people:

  • Phillip Prewitt, 57 of Fort Payne – 3 distribution warrants plus charged with unlawful possession of controlled substance and drug paraphernalia
  • Nathaniel Bonds, 39 of Fort Payne – 2 distribution warrants
  • Flint McElrath, 31 of Fort Payne – 3 distribution warrants
  • Heather Nicole Brown, 31 of Fort Payne – 2 distribution warrants
  • Dewight Walker – 1 distribution warrant
  • Tony Fossett, 58 of Rainsville – 1 distribution warrant plus charged with unlawful possession of controlled substance and drug paraphernalia
  • Justin Seth Baker, 35 of Fyffe – 1 distribution warrant plus charged with unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd
  • Holly Harper, 35 of Hernando, Miss. – 2 distribution warrants
  • Mickey Wayne Garner, 54 of Ider – 1 distribution warrant
  • William Scott Golden, 59 of Valley Head – 1 distribution warrant
  • Angel Danielle Fraley, 27 of Henagar – 1 distribution warrant
  • Billy Joe Warren, 32 of Ider – 1 distribution warrant plus a failure to appear warrant
  • Ray Goodridge, 56 of Henagar – distribution warrant
  • Troy Lee Pritchett, 62 of Ider – 1 distribution warrant
  • Charles Gauland Haggard, 80 of Higdon – 1 distribution warrant plus charged with unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd, drug paraphernalia, promote prison contraband 2nd, unlawful possession of controlled substance, and tampering with physical evidence
  • Jacquelin Peterman, 47 of Higdon – 1 distribution warrant plus charged with unlawful possession of marijuana 1st
  • Oscar Alexander Stiefel, 38 of Grove Oak – 1 distribution warrant plus charged with probation violation
  • Amber Nicole Smith, 26 of Collinsville – 1 distribution warrant
  • Caleb Tanner Carmen, 25 of Crossville  – 1 distribution warrant
  • Donald Maurice Richey, 56 of Collinsville – 2 distribution warrants

Stemming from the execution of the distribution warrants the following people were arrested and charged with:

  • Ashley Walls, 29 of Henagar – unlawful possession of controlled substance and drug paraphernalia
  • Ricky Rogers, 35 of Henagar – 3 failure to appear warrants, criminal trespassing 3rd, drug paraphernalia, and bail jumping 2nd
  • Chad Haggard, 40 of Higdon – unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd and drug paraphernalia
  • Courtney Cuzzort, 25 of Higdon – unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd and drug paraphernalia
  • Tina Marie Pennington, 37 of Higdon – unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd and drug paraphernalia
  • Jessie Waylon Givens, 33 of Trenton, Ga. – unlawful possession of controlled substance, drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest
  • Keisha Zweck, 32 of Trenton, Ga. – unlawful possession of controlled substance and drug paraphernalia
  • Michael Allen Clark, 62 of Sylvania – unlawful possession of controlled substance, drug paraphernalia, unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd, and receving stolen property 1st
  • Tammy Todd, 54 of Sylvania – unlawful possession of controlled substance, drug paraphernalia and hindering prosecution 2nd
  • Adam Keith Martin, 33 of Henagar – unlawful possession of controlled substance, drug paraphernalia and hindering prosecution 2nd
  • Debra Buttram Traylor, 59 of Henagar – unlawful possession of controlled substance, drug paraphernalia and hindering prosecution 2nd
  • Kimberly Hasting, 23 of Henagar – failure to appear warrant

During the execution while at a residence on County Road 112 in Sylvania Investigators, Deputies and Drug Task Force recovered a stolen Harley Davidson Motorcycle out of Tennessee, which led to the charge of receiving stolen property to Michael Allen Clark.

Chief Deputy Edmondson says, “These investigators, deputies, and Drug Task Force did an outstanding job on executing this warrants in such a short time. This just goes to show the community that we are serious when it comes to the fight against drugs in our County. We will continue to go after drug dealers and suppliers.”

Sheriff Harris says, “I would like to thank the investigators, deputies, and Drug Task Force for working diligently on executing these warrants.”

Southern Torch

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  1. Sonjia Pittman
    Sonjia Pittman April 23, 16:48
    I am so appreciative of the wonderful job our sheriff's department, DeKalb Co. Drug Task Force, and other authorities are doing for this constant war on drugs, especially in our area. Seems that they are constantly working to make a positive difference which will affect our community for generations to come. Thank you to all, Sonjia Pittman

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