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01/15/2014 – Marion County, AL Sheriff’s Department Weekly News Report – Sheriff Kevin Williams

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1 – Issuing Worthless Checks
3 – Non-Support
1 – Menacing
1 – Domestic Violence 3rd – Assault
1 – Domestic Violence 3rd – Harassment
1 – Bench Warrant
1 – Harassment
2 – Fugitive From Justice

FELONIES

Name:  Corbyt Crane
Age:  50
Address – City:  Hamilton, AL
Charges:

  • Domestic Violence 2nd – Assault

Date of Arrest:  01/9/2014
Amount of Bond:  $10,000
Date of Release:  01/10/2014

Name:  Christopher McGhee
Age:  38
Address – City:  Haleyville, AL
Charges:

  • Burglary 3rd
  • Theft of Property 2nd

Date of Arrest:  01/13/2014
Amount of Bond:  $10,000
Date of Release:  01/14/2014

Name:  Christy McGhee
Age:  36
Address – City:  Haleyville, AL
Charges:

  • Burglary 3rd
  • Theft of Property 2nd

Date of Arrest:  01/13/2014
Amount of Bond:  $10,000
Date of Release:  In Jail

Name:  James Monroe
Age:  46
Address – City:  Fayette, AL
Charges:

  • Grand Jury Indictment
  • Theft of Property 2nd
  • Burglary 3rd

Date of Arrest:  01/09/2014
Amount of Bond:  $7,500
Date of Release:  01/09/2014

Name:  Elvis A. Presley
Age:  27
Address – City:  Phil Campbell, AL
Charges:

  • Possession Controlled Substance
  • Tampering W/Evidence

Date of Arrest:  01/09/2014
Amount of Bond:  $10,000
Date of Release:  01/10/2014

Name:  Aretha Wallace
Age:  45
Address – City:  Guin, AL
Charges:

  • Manufacturing 2nd

Date of Arrest:  01/09/2014
Amount of Bond:  $7,500
Date of Release:  01/10/2014

Name:  Tiffany Williford
Age:  23
Address – City:  Hamilton, AL
Charges:

  • Unlawful Distribution
  • Child Endangerment

Date of Arrest:  01/10/2014
Amount of Bond:  $12,500
Date of Release:  01/13/2014

The defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

(All persons charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The charges are merely an accusation unless otherwise stated.)

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10/02/2013 – Marion County, AL Sheriff’s Dept. Weekly News Report

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1 – TR – Alias
1 – Marijuana 2nd
1 – Drug Paraphernalia
2 – Non-Support
2 – Domestic Violence 3rd – Assault
1 – Bench Warrant

Felonies

Name:  Michael Green
Age:  51
Address-City:  Winfield, AL
Charges:
Destroy State Property
Date of Arrest:  09/25/2013
Amount of Bond:  $2,500
Date of Release:  09/27/2013

Name:  Angela Hill
Age:  43
Address-City:  Muscle Shoals, AL
Charges:
Breaking & Entering Vehicle
Reckless Endangerment
Date of Arrest:  09/27/2013
Amount of Bond:  $4,000
Date of Release:  09/30/2013

Name:  Timothy Kennedy
Age:  38
Address-City:  Bear Creek, AL
Charges:
Manufacture 2nd
Possession Controlled Substance
Date of Arrest:  09/30/2013
Amount of Bond:  $10,000
Date of Release:  10/01/2013

Name:  Steven Letson
Age:  46
Address-City:  Haleyville, AL
Charges:
Theft of Property 1st
Date of Arrest:  09/30/2013
Amount of Bond:  $5,000
Date of Release:  10/01/2013

Name:  Anna Lucas
Age:  33
Address-City:  Odenville, AL
Charges:
Theft of Property 2nd
Burglary 3rd
Date of Arrest:  09/26/2013
Amount of Bond:  $15,000
Date of Release:  09/26/2013

 

11/04/2011 – Capitol Report – Roger H. Bedford, Jr. November 4, 2011

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Capitol Report – Roger H. Bedford, Jr. November 4, 2011

I’m glad to see several new assisted living centers coming to Winfield, Hamilton, Fayette, and other areas of our Senate District. As our population ages, it’s important that we have a good health care delivery system for them. It’s also important to remember that these projects, many of which are multi-million dollar projects, will hire between 20 and 50 employees. As such, it’s just like locating a small industry in the Senate District. I think it will benefit our counties, and we must make sure that we have a good quality of care for our Senior Citizens. You can count on me to continue to work to see that we do have this.

Congratulations go out to a fine attorney who has now become a judge, the Honorable Mark Hammitte. He has been an attorney for Bear Creek, Hackleburg, the Marion County Commission, as well as the Marion County Board of Education, and many individuals in the past. The District Judges handles all the cases not in civil and criminal court, which include misdemeanors, traffic cases, small claims, child custody, juvenile incidents, domestic disputes, and child support. Judge James Cashion did a good job with his service and I thank him for it. We wish all the best to our new Marion County District Court Judge, Mark Hammitte.

As you know some 12 years ago I helped create the first State wide program for free medicine for Seniors that did not have prescription drug coverage. It has been a huge success. At the end of the fiscal year I wanted to give you a report on the Alabama SenioRx Program, which is operated through the thirteen local Area Agencies on Aging, and I’m pleased to say that it continues to save Alabamians millions of dollars. I appreciate the Honorable Irene B. Collins, Commissioner and my good friend in the Department of Senior Services with the State of Alabama, for her help administering this great program. Since the program’s inception July 2002 through September 2011 some 47,062 SenioRx clients have been served. These clients received a total of 653,375 free prescriptions Statewide, which represents an overall savings of $230,247,271. These are medicines that Alabama Seniors would not have been able to afford without this important program, which we helped create. If you know of anyone who is over the age of 55 with chronic medical conditions, have no prescription drug insurance coverage, and have an income below 200% of the federal poverty level, please have them call 1-800-age-line (1-800-243-5463). Social Security disabled individuals of ANY age in the 24 month Medicare waiting period are eligible for medication assistance. This is just another example of how the Government, while working with the private sector, can meet the needs of Alabamians, and we can continue to build a better Alabama.
I am very pleased to announce that the Alabama Department of Economic Affairs (ADECA) has granted funding for several additional entities.

Four Community Services Block Grants have been granted to provide services to low-income individuals and families to assist in removing obstacles and solving problems that impede the achievement of self-sufficiency.

The Community Action Agency of Northwest Alabama, Inc., which is chaired by Mr. Earnest Darby, has been granted $58,312.00. This grant serves Colbert, Franklin, and Lauderdale counties.

 

The Community Action Partnership of North Alabama, Inc., which is chaired by Mr. Jim Turner, was awarded $64,705.00. This grant serves Cullman, Lawrence, and Morgan counties.

The Community Service Programs of West Alabama, Inc., which is chaired by Commissioner Bobby Miller, was granted $121,325. This grant serves Bibb, Choctaw, Fayette, Greene, Hale, Lamar, Sumter, and Tuscaloosa counties.

The Marion-Winston Counties Community Action Committee, Inc., which is chaired by Judge Judy Miller, was awarded $20,139.00. This grant serves Marion and Winston counties.

Two Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants were awarded.

The Colbert County Commission, which is chaired by Commissioner Troy Woods, was granted $95,000.00 for the continuation of a Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force.

The Pickens County Commission, chaired by Commissioner Ted Ezelle, was awarded $123,300.00 to continue a multi-jurisdictional drug/violent crime task force for the 24th Judicial Circuit. The Task Force will coordinate drug and violent crime investigations in Fayette, Lamar, and Pickens Counties, Alabama.

One project was awarded $100,000.00 for Energy Efficient Retrofits to the City of Muscle Shoals, which is governed by Mayor David Bradford. This will provide funds to purchase and install energy-efficient improvements at the Muscle Shoals Senior Citizens Center.

Thanks to the Mayors, Commissioners, and local officials, as well as the Governor, ADECA Director Jim Byard, and members of the Legislature, we were able to obtain these funds that will improve the quality of life for the citizens of north Alabama. I am proud of the hard work and dedication of all our local and state officials in securing these grants.

As always, if I can ever be of any assistance to you, please contact me at the following:

Alabama State House

11 S. Union Street, Suite 738

Montgomery, Alabama 36130

Phone 334-242-7862, Fax 334-242-9202

Russellville Office

P.O. Box 370

Russellville, Alabama 35653

Phone 256-332-6966, Fax 256-332-6967

Email: senbedford@aol.com

Website: www.senatorrogerbedford.com

Amanda Hovater
Assistant
Roger H. Bedford, Jr.
Senate Minority Leader
Roger Bedford & Assoc., P.C.
Attorney at Law
P.O. Box 370
Russellville, Alabama  35653
(256) 332-6966 – Direct Line Russellville Office
(256) 332-2880 – Law Firm
(256) 332-6967 – Facsimile
(334) 242-7862 – Montgomery Office
AHovater.RBA@gmail.com

Written by 49 County News.Net

November 4, 2011 at 6:20 PM

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