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October 6, 2009

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October 6, 2009

Anniston Police DepartmenT

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John Douglas Jones

Terrence M. Taylor

Kenneth A. Gardner

Brandon Gipson

Victoria M. Collins

Bufus Lee Tatum

Charges: Carrying a pistol without permit

Charges: Shooting into an occupied vehicle

Charges: Assault 3rd Degree

Charges: Assault 2nd Degree

Charges: Assault 3rd Degree

Charges: Assault 1st Degree

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Altonio Deon Douthit Possession drug paraphernalia,

Possession of marihuana 1st degree

Crystal Dickerson

Jaynard R. Davis

Christine M. Dickerson

Matthew F. Deese

Tadera M. Williams

Charges: Harrassing Communications

Charge: Receiving Stolen Property 3rd Degree

Charges: Assault 3rd Degree

Charge: Receiving Stolen Property 1st Degree

Charges: Receiving stolen property 1st Degree

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October 6, 2009

CALHOUN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

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Jonica Brooke Adams Tony Dean K. Howard Date of Birth : 18-Jun-84 Date of Birth : 23-Feb-79 Race: Black Race: Black Sex: Female Sex: Male Height : 5’2” Height : 5’3” Weight : 110 Weight : 163 Hair Color: Black Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Brown Eye Color: Brown Charges: Charges: Poss Marij I (Prob Rev), Poss Cntr Sub Poss/Rec Cntr Sub (Alias), Poss (Prob Rev) Marij I (Alias)

Christopher Key Date of Birth : 29-May-75 Race: White Sex: Male Height : 6’0” Weight : 210 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Brown Charges: Manuf Cntr Sub (Prob Rev)

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)

Frederick B. Gibson Date of Birth : 26-Apr-60 Race: Black Sex: Male Height : 5’8” Weight : 170 Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Brown Charges: Thft Prop III (Prob Rev)

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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)

Robin C. Gravette Date of Birth : 23-Apr-66 Race: White Sex: Female Height : 5’8” Weight : 150 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Brown Charges: Mult Worthless Checks

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)

Stanley Bryan Grubbs Date of Birth : 27-Jan-67 Race: White Sex: Male Height : 5’10” Weight : 200 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Blue Charges: Vio Family Prot Order

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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October 6, 2009

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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)

Daniel A. Hall Date of Birth : 11-Nov-76 Race: Black Sex: Male Height : 5’11” Weight : 130 Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Brown Charges: Poss Marij II (Prob Rev)

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

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October 6, 2009

PIEDMONT POLICE DEPARTMENT

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Jeffery David Huey Status: Wanted Date of Birth : 11-Sept-74 Race: White Sex: Male Height : 6'1" Weight : 280 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Brown Charges: Assault 3rd

David Alfred Landers Status: Wanted Date of Birth : 10-Oct-71 Race: White Sex: Male Height : 6'2 Weight : 210 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Brown Charges: Harassing Communications

Joey Lana Gowens Status: Wanted Date of Birth : 14-Jan-61 Race: White Sex: Male Height : 5'11" Weight : 152 Hair Color: Sandy Eye Color: Blue Charges: Theft of Property 3nd x3

Ronald F. Stephens, II Status: Wanted Date of Birth : 17-Jun-79 Race: White Sex: Male Height : 6'1" Weight : 210 Hair Color: Brown Eye Color: Brown Charges: FTA Domestic Violence 3rd

Nicole Lee Whitmore Status: Wanted Date of Birth : 16-Sept-77 Race: White Sex: Female Height : 5'7" Weight : 115 Hair Color: Blonde Eye Color: Green Charges: Rec. Stolen Property 3rd

Contact the Piedmont Police Department at 256-447-9091 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.

Watch Calhoun County's Most Wanted on TV24 with Sheriff Larry Amerson and Chris Wright. Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. and Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. 1587 Arrests

The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office SEPTEMBER 2009 Statistics

Warrants Served: 249 Civil Papers Served: 1303 Telephone Calls Processed: 7781 Inmates Booked In: 275 Inmates Booked Out: 290

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October 6, 2009

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Stacey Greenwalt Theft of Property 3rd

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

Roxanna Turley Contempt of Court

Bryan Butts Burglary

George Walker Contempt of Court

Tommy Joe Smith Contempt of Court

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Kelley Howard’s family resolves to find her Community, police seek answers and offer $10,000 reward to her whereabouts her family and friends. So, after not being able to locate her, Boyd reported his wife missing on June 4. The last WELLBORN - Up until the time known contact was the phone converof Kelley Henderson Howard’s dissation Kelley had with her mother in appearance from a Riverside dentist the day of her disappearance. office on June 2, the Henderson family The Henderson family recognized had only typical troubles. life’s struggles, which even if all comKelley’s sister, Robin Bush, had bined, shrink in comparison to the weathered a divorce and survived trauma they are experiencing because major health problems. Kelley herself of Howard’s disappearance. Not had gone through divorce but maronly do they not have any informaried her current husband, Boyd, about tion about what happened to her but six years ago. Their father, Larry, and Kelley’s son, Shaun, has a newborn mother, Peggy, have supported their son, Cohen Drake, who was born after three daughters, Kelley, Robin and her disappearance. The family says Traci Gardner, through the trials and she was so close to her son and nothtribulation of life. ing excited Kelley more than to be a Still, nothing could prepare them for grandmother. June 2. Recently, Robin and Peggy sat at the Kelley Henderson Howard, 41, was Hardees’s Restaurant in Wellborn to at Family Dentistry in Riverside, discuss their resolve that the family where she worked as a dental assiswill learn where Kelly is, no matter tant. Around noon, she spoke with her what they have to do or how long they mother on the phone and told her there must wait. Even as other troubles arise, was a knock at the door. Peggy expect- they won’t give up. On Monday night, ed her daughter to call her back later, Sept. 27, Robin’s house in Wellborn but never heard from her. burned in a fire that gutted it. She simKelley’s husband and family knew ply moved in with her parents and is she had plans to spend the night glad her two teenagers were out of the with her best friend, who lives in house with friends. “I’ll be okay,” she the Oxford area, that night. When said. “This house fire is only a temposhe never showed up, the best friend rary setback. We will continue on until called Kelley’s son, Shaun Derusha we find Kelly.” of Mobile, the next morning. Robin Tears formed in both of their eyes as said they immediately knew somethey discussed the pain of not knowing thing “wasn’t right” because her sister if their beloved Kelly is alive or dead. wouldn’t go anywhere without telling By Sherry Kughn The Star Marketing Department

“The emotion is terrible,” said Peggy. “I was sitting on the edge of the bed this morning. I looked down the hallway and found myself waiting, as if Kelly might walk in.” No matter how hard her mother wished, Kelly did not appear before her. Kelly’s disappearance is a mystery to most everyone. Law enforcement officials say the investigation is continuing. Gov. Bob Riley issued a proclamation for a $5,000 reward for information on her disappearance and a family friend matched the amount, making the total $10,000. The Henderson family, along with Kelly’s husband and son, hope the money will prompt someone with information to come forth. On Saturday, Sept. 25, about 80 people took part in a search party, organized by Traci and family friend. The volunteers met at the Dollar General in Riverside, located beside Family Dentistry. “We do not know exactly why, but the search and rescue people from Walker County volunteered to conduct the search,” said Robin. “There was also a police car from Talladega County and Sylacauga there. We appreciate them and all the friends and family members who came.” The search was cut short due to afternoon thunderstorms, but officials told the family they would come back. Also searching with the volunteers were


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members of the Henderson family, including Peggy. “We got out there with the beggar’s lice, the bees and the ants,” she said. She smiled and then her eyes drifted outside the window as she thought about what they might have found. Her face reddened. Robin’s head dropped downward. “Some people said they couldn’t do what we did,” she said, “but we felt we had to.” In addition to searching and hoping, the family has paid to have flyers printed, met with television crews and reporters, and placed the flyers into stores and other public places. They are especially appreciative of the truck drivers who have helped them carry flyers throughout the United States. “Some of them get tears in their eyes when we ask them to help us,” said Robin. “So many truck drivers have told us they have seen Kelly’s picture on flyers in faraway places. We know people out there are helping us, and it means a lot.” In addition to their efforts, the family members are trying hard to control their emotions. They rely on each other and on their faith in God. “Sometimes I get angry,” said Robin. “I call mother and let it out. Mom lis-

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Robin Bush and her mother, Peggy Henderson, hope that a $10,000 reward will produce information to the whereabouts of Kelley Henderson Howard. Howard has been mising since June 2, 2009.

tens. She hears me stomp and holler.” Peggy said she can listen and provide comfort. She said she can barely tolerate the emptiness and expectation she carries in her heart. “I have to accept that there is no good way to describe this much emotional pain,” she said, as she wiped more tears away. “I just do not want anyone else to ever feel this pain.” The Henderson family is doing one other thing they consider of utmost

importance. They are saving all of the papers and articles about Kelly’s disappearance. If she returns, they want to be able to show her how much she was loved. And, if she never physically sees the papers, the family wants to be able to show Kelly’s grandson how much she was loved. Sherry Kughn is a freelance writer in Anniston.

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