Arrest report: Oct. 30

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CULLMAN – Below are the arrests reported for Oct. 30. All persons are innocent until proven guilty.

 

Cullman County Sheriff’s Office

Albright, Charles William, 62

  • DUI- any substance

Burnham, Wesley Dale, 38

  • public intoxication

Davis, Geremy Terrell, 25

  • failure to appear- DUI- .08 BAC or greater

Davis, Todd Alan, 46

  • probation violation- second-degree theft of services

Garner, Anthony Allen Jr., 47

  • attempted murder

Gilland, James Matthew, 29

  • possession of drug paraphernalia
  • switched tag
  • unlawful distribution of a controlled substance

Grimmett, Chris Anthony, 54

  • judge’s order- unlawful manufacture of a controlled substance

Harris, Angela Starr, 28

  • domestic violence- third-degree harassment

Maze, Christopher Blake, 27

  • judge’s order- third-degree burglary
  • grand jury- third-degree burglary

Pezzeca, Leanna Michele, 38

  • failure to appear- DUI

Thomas, Crisstene Eighmy, 32

  • disorderly conduct
  • harassment
  • trespassing on a school bus

Zavadil, Steven Burke, 47

  • electronic solicitation of a child
  • transmitting obscene material to a child

 

Cullman Police Department

Handley, Matthew G., 35

  • unlawful possession or receipt of a controlled substance
  • second-degree unlawful possession of marijuana
  • possession of drug paraphernalia
  • attempting to elude
  • third-degree criminal trespassing

Myrex, Heather N., 34

  • DUI
  • failure to appear- possession of drug paraphernalia
  • failure to appear- driving while suspended
  • failure to appear- DUI

Berryman, Salina A., 49

  • unlawful possession or receipt of a controlled substance
  • second-degree unlawful possession of marijuana
  • possession of drug paraphernalia
  • third-degree criminal trespassing

Burgess, Christopher A., 28

  • failure to appear- public intoxication

Preuitt, Joshua R., 43

  • DUI- controlled substance

Harbison, Patrick L., 47

  • DUI

 

Hanceville Police Department

No arrests reported.