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September 29, 2009

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September 29, 2009

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Contact the Oxford Police Department at (256) 831-3121. You can leave your information on the Tip Line at (256) 241-4556. You do not have to leave your name.

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David E. Bolton Theft of Property 3rd

Bryan Butts Burglary

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Shannon D. Reaves Theft of Property 3rd

Jonathan Moten Contempt of Court

David Michael Allen Contempt of Court

Roxanna Turley Contempt of Court

Tommy Joe Smith Contempt of Court

Stacey Greenwalt Theft of Property 3rd

Octavian M.Monroe Attempted Assault on Police Officer 3 counts,

HONOR FLIGHT The Oxford Police Department is raising money for Honor Flight of Birmingham, a non-profit organization that sends terminally ill WWII Veterans to Washington D.C. to visit their WWII memorial. If you would like to donate, please send your tax deductible contribution to: O.P.D. HONOR FLIGHT P.O. Box 3383 Oxford, Alabama 36203 www.honorflightbirmingham.com.

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September 29, 2009

CALHOUN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

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Christian D. Trammell Date of Birth : 11-Dec-87 Race: Black Sex: Male Height : 6’3 Weight : 180 Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Brown Charges: Rob I (Bond Rev)

Robert R. Nicholson Date of Birth : 23-Jan-73 Race: White Sex: Male Height : 5’6” Weight : 130 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Blure Charges: Thft Prop III (Alias)

Ricky Lamar Bradford Date of Birth : 09-Sep-63 Race: Black Sex: Male Height : 6’2” Weight : 230 Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Brown Charges: Thft Prop I (Prob Rev), Thft Prop II (Prob Rev), Thft by Decp (Prob Rev)

Sanjuana Castellano Date of Birth : 29-Jun-78 Race: Hispanic Sex: Female Height : 5’2 Weight : 175 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Brown Charges: Arrest Order-Child Support

Tony Dean K. Howard Date of Birth : 23-Feb-79 Race: Black Sex: Male Height : 5’3” Weight : 163 Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Brown Charges: Poss/Rec Cntr Sub (Alias), Poss Marij I (Alias)

Tavares Shawn Dates Date of Birth : 13-Jul-76 Race: Black Sex: Male Height : 5’6” Weight : 160 Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Brown Charges: Break/Enter Veh (Alias)

Laquinton D. Bowers Date of Birth : 19-Mar-87 Race: Black Sex: Male Height : 6’0” Weight : 200 Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Brown Charges: Thft Prop III (Prob Rev)

Dawn Rajean Maxham Date of Birth : 30-Nov-79 Race: White Sex: Female Height : 5’7 Weight : 172 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Green Charges: Mult Worthless Checks

Tracy Jackson Date of Birth : 19-Apr-74 Race: White Sex: Female Height : 5’ 5” Weight : 230 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Green Charges: Asslt III (Alias)

Brandy Calhoun Date of Birth : 06-Apr-80 Race: Black Sex: Female Height : 5’2 Weight : 140 Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Brown Charges: Poss Marij II (Alias), Use/Poss Drg Para (Alias)

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Michael C. Rosa Date of Birth : 24-Dec-80 Race: White Sex: Male Height : 5’8” Weight : 210 Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Brown Charges: Burg III (Prob Rev) x 2

Jerold Clifford Goodson Date of Birth : 06-Feb-69 Race: White Sex: Male Height : 6’3 Weight : 180 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Brown Charges: Poss/Rec Cntr Sub (Prob Rev)

Bryan Dusty Pickett Date of Birth : 15-Feb-68 Race: Black Sex: Male Height : 5’9 Weight : 110 Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Brown Charges: Escape I

Elisa (Lisa) Ruth Lovell Scoggins

Date of Birth : 29-Feb-84 Race: White Sex: Female Height : 5’5” Weight : 125 Hair Color: Red Eye Color: Green Charges: Poss Cntr Sub (Alias)

Janet Leigh Kite Date of Birth : 29-Jan-73 Race: White Sex: Female Height : 5’9” Weight : 150 Hair Color: Red Eye Color: Green Charges: Ill Poss Presc Drugs (Alias) x 3

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Philip David Haywood Date of Birth : 30-Mar-76 Race: White Sex: Male Height : 5’6” Weight : 150 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Brown Charges: Use/Poss Drg Para (Prob Rev)

Benny Scott Jennings Date of Birth : 14-Aug-75 Race: White Sex: Male Height : 5’11’ Weight : 145 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Hazel Charges: Resist Arrest

Michael Shane Jackson Date of Birth : 04-Nov-76 Race: White Sex: Male Height : 5’8” Weight : 170 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Green Charges: Harassment (Alias)

David Scott Crow Date of Birth : 04-Aug-79 Race: White Sex: Male Height : 5’2” Weight : 134 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Hazel Charges: Poss/Rec Cntr Sub (Alias) x 4

Reatha Regina Hollins Date of Birth : 07-Dec-68 Race: Black Sex: Female Height : 5’4” Weight : 158 Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Brown Charges: False Name to Officer (Prob Rev)

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Scott M. Anderson Date of Birth : 01-Nov-87 Race: White Sex: Male Charges: Fraud Use Credit Card

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Delano A. Ball Date of Birth : 21-Oct-75 Race: Black Sex: Male Charges: Poss Frgd Instr II (Prob Rev)

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Matthew C. Linder Date of Birth : 25-Feb-85 Race: White Sex: Male Charges: Reckless Endanger

Gerald C. Bell Date of Birth : 25-Oct-65 Race: Black Sex: Male Charges: Poss Cntr Sub (Prob Rev)

Robert Donaldson Date of Birth : 01-Mar-79 Race: White Sex: Male Charges: Burg III

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Glenn F. Hamilton Alice “Lisa” Aesia Lancaster Date of Birth : 30-Nov-77 Date of Birth : 27-Feb-62 Race: White Race: White Sex: Male Sex: Female Charges: Charges: Mult Worthless Checks Mult Worthless Checks (Alias)

Roderick Beavers Date of Birth : 29-Jul-76 Race: Black Sex: Male Charges: Arrest Order-Child Support

Jimmy L. Nunn Date of Birth : 28-Aug-85 Race: Black Sex: Male Charges: Arrest Order-Failure to Appear

Martel T. Osborne Date of Birth : 12-Dec-91 Race: Black Sex: Male Charges: Rob I, Burg I

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September 29, 2009

ANNISTON POLICE DEPARTMENT

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Investigators request information from public

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Crystal Dickerson

Charges: Harrassing Communications

Altonio Deon Douthit

Possession of drug paraphernalia, Possession of marihuana 1st degree

Bufus Lee Tatum

Charges: Assault 1st Degree

Jaynard R. Davis

Matthew F. Deese

Christine M. Dickerson

Charge: Receiving Stolen Property 3rd

Charge: Receiving Stolen Property 1st

Charges: Assault 3rd

The Calhoun County Sherrif’s Office and the Anniston Police Department asks the community to come forward with any information regarding investigations related to alleged crimes committed by Ularius Sharod Johnson, 21, ofAnniston. Call the Sheriff’s Office at 256-236-6600. EDITORS NOTE: This is a corrected version of the notice that ran in last week’s Crime Bulletin.

Anniston police seek information in murder investigation

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On the morning of Saturday, July 18, 2009, Lecretia French’s body was found in the middle of the road on 20th St. between Walnut Ave. and McCoy Ave. She had apparently been assaulted and was bleeding and injured. French died on Saturday, August 1 due to injuries sustained during the attack. The Anniston Police Department would like anyone with information about the assault of French to come forward.

If you have any information, contact APD Investigations at 256-240-4000.

CRIME STOPPERS TIP LINE (256) 238-1414 The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office will offer a Citizens Firearms Orientation Class on October 8, 2009 at 6:00 p.m. at the Office. The range exercise will be held October 10th. For more information call 256-236-6600.

$10,000 Reward offered for information about missing women On Monday, September 21, Gov. Bob Riley issued a proclamation offering a $5000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the guilty person or persons involved in the disappearance of Kelley Henderson Howard of Pell City. A family friend matched the offer, making the total reward $10,000.

If you have any information, please call the St. Clair Sheriff’s Office at 205-884-3333 or 205-884-2677.

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Family pleads with public for information in murder David Randall “Boone” Smith killed in apparent robbery in 2006 By Danny McCarty The Star Marketing Department

On January 16th, 2006, the life of one Cleburne County family was changed forever when David Randall “Boone” Smith, 52, was found murdered in his home during an apparent robbery. Smith died, leaving a wife and three children. Since he was home alone, there are no witnesses to his murder. In the three-and-a-half years since Smith’s murder, the family has gone through a lot of pain and anguish as they await an arrest in the case. So far, no arrest has been made. The Smith family has recently offered a $3,000 reward for the arrest, conviction and incarceration of the person, or persons, responsible for the murder. From his home in Douglasville, GA., Gary Smith, brother of the vicitm, said the family wants closure and justice not only for “Boone”, as David was called by family and friends, both also for their entire family. There has been no closure for Smith’s mother, who lived near her son at the time of the murder, and it has been especially hard on her. The family hopes that the reward will provide some new leads for the investigators in the case. Smith’s daughter, Amanda, prays every day that the case will be solved, and she hopes that the person, or per-

Courtesy Photo The family of David Randall “Boone” Smith seek answers and offer a reward for information about his murder. Pictured are Smith, his wife, Karen, and their

daughters, Misty, Miranda and Amanda. sons, responsible for her father’s murder will come forward and confess to the crime. She wants them to “do the right thing”, so she and her family can put this sad chapter of their lives behind them. “My father was not perfect, but no one has the right to take another’s life from them. The ones responsible for this terrible crime need to be punished to the full extent of the law,” she said. Detective Dennis Green of the

Cleburne County Sheriff’s office is in charge of the investigation and said the murder investigation is still being actively pursued. Since the crime occurred near the Alabama/Georgia line, many law enforcement agencies have been involved in the case. The Cobb County Georgia Sheriff’s Office, Cedartown City Police, Piedmont Police, Anniston Police, Calhoun County Sheriff, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Alabama Bureau of


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Investigation, and other agencies, have in the past, or are currently working to help solve the murder, he said. “The case will not be closed until it is solved. Nearly every week, I talk to someone about the case. Every time I talk to someone from the area where Smith lived, I ask them about ‘Boone.’” Green often gets two or three names from each of his contacts. These names, often “street names”, are sometimes difficult to track down, but an effort is made to talk to them. New leads are often uncovered during these question and answer sessions, and hopefully some helpful information can be obtained. With Cleburne County having around 20,000 residents and the Sheriff’s Department only having 12 deputies, it is often difficult to solve the crimes committed in the rural areas. In the last five years, or so, Green has seen an increase in crime. With the decline in the economy, Green said there has been more theft and drug activity, especially pertaining to crystal meth, than in the past. “People are trying to make money the easy way instead of working for it, Crystal meth is the worse thing that ever happened to Cleburne County. It is very hard to stop the production and sale of this very addictive drug,” Green said. Also with the economy being rather slow right now,

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Courtesy Photo David Randall “Boone” Smith with daughter Amanda.

Green thinks that offering a reward in this particular case is a good thing. “Money talks. Once in another case dealing in a theft of property, a reward was offered, and a tip solved the case before that day was over. It is not likely a reward will help solve this murder case so quickly, but someone out there knows something about ‘Boone’ Smith’s murder, and the reward may entice them to come forward with that information.” Danny McCarty is a freelance writer in Anniston.

$3000 Reward offered for information about murder of David “Boone” Smith If you have any information in this case, no matter how insignificant you think it may be, please call Detective Dennis Green at the Cleburne County Sheriff’s Office at 256-463-2277, or 256-463-7336.

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