CULLMAN, Ala. – The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) has made multiple arrests recently, including:
Thursday, Jan. 5
On Jan. 4, deputies responded to a call reporting a carjacking in the Berlin community. The alleged victim provided names of the offenders, who left prior to the deputies’ arrival.
The next day, on Jan. 5, investigators went to a residence in the Hanceville area for a follow-up investigation.
The two suspects, Tabatha Leal Danine Martin, 37, of Vinemont, and David Justin Farley, 46, of Hanceville, were located at the residence.
Narcotics and evidence of manufacturing were allegedly located at the residence.
Both were arrested and charged with first-degree robbery/carjacking and second-degree unlawful manufacture of a controlled substance.
Monday, Jan. 9
Deputies conducted a traffic stop on Eva Road. Sheyenne Michelle Imler, 22, of Cullman, was identified as one of the passengers inside the vehicle.
A subsequent search of the vehicle allegedly yielded narcotics and paraphernalia. Deputies also confirmed that Imler had outstanding warrants.
Imler was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, obstruction of governmental operations (failure to appear warrant) and public intoxication (failure to appear warrant).
Deputies arrested Ashley Marie Fulenwider, 35, of Hanceville, on failure to appear warrants for public intoxication, reckless endangerment and second-degree unlawful possession of marijuana.
Tuesday, Jan. 10
Deputies arrested Richard Scruggs, 32, of Cullman, on probation violation warrants for unlawful distribution of methamphetamine and promoting prison contraband.
Wednesday, Jan. 11
Deputies made contact with a suspicious vehicle in the Berlin community. Kelly Benard Graves, 54, of Cullman, was identified as a passenger in the vehicle.
A subsequent search of his person and the vehicle allegedly yielded narcotics and paraphernalia.
Graves was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, second-degree unlawful possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of dangerous drugs (warrant).