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The Anniston Star

Page 6A Tuesday, November 15, 2011

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THE CRIME BULLETIN A product of the marketing department of The Anniston Star

CALHOUN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE / www.calcoso.org

WANTED

Joshua Thompson

Rec stolen property I

Jerome Howard Jr

FTA-obstruct justicefalse ID x2, FTA-Poss/ rec controlled subs x2

Kenneth Allen

Billy Ford JR

Possession marijuana, possess drug para

B/E Vehicle (alias), Rec stolen prop I (alias)

Terry Johnson

Clarence Mason

Bond revocation--Poss/ rec cotnrolled substance

Joseph Snider

Child support arrest order

Burglary III (prob rev), Robbery III (prob rev)

Jacqulyn Swink

NWNI

Steven Fortenberry

Darryl Gaston Jr

Burglary III

Child support arrest order

Edwin Pearson

Anthony Robertson

Child support arrest order

Marvin Tucker

Att assault (alias), Domestic violence III-assault (alias)

Child support arrest order

Eric Turner

Escape II, Theft of prop/Burglary III, Criminal Trespass I

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MISSING PERSONS (800) 228-7688

Steed, Karen Denise

Fuqua, Carla Michelle

Hurst, Floyd Roger

Last Seen: Piedmont, Alabama

Last Seen: Piedmont, Alabama

Last Seen: Oxford, Alabama

Jones, Jayson E

Burrows, Patrick

Last Seen: Birmingham, Alabama

Last Seen: Calhoun County, Alabama

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The Anniston Star

Tuesday, November 15, 2011 Page 7A

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