Court Square, Andalusia
Wednesday 05 29
67 Total Calls
14 Medical Emergency
30 Police Calls
Booked In: 17
Total in Custody: 232
Eric S. Alford 45 Harassing Comm. $500.
Janet D. Miller 44 NWNI $3,000
Eleanor A. Logiotatos 31 Serving Weekends
Demetriyunte N. Smith 19 Probation Viol. -0-
John C. Lee 33 NWNI $3,000
Russell E. Peppers 36 VOP/Child Support -0-
Robert N. Ainsworth 22 FTA-GJI $75,000
Antonio D. Smith 39 Hold for Other Agency
Deidrilya T. Ciadisen 46 Hindering Prosecution $3,000
Robert Stanley 26 Dom. Viol. 3rd x2/VOP $6,000/-0-
William Scott 32 Dist. Cont. Sub/POCS/
Jonathan Bedsole 29 Dist. Cont. Sub/POCS/
Wesley Johnson 30 Dist. Cont. Sub/POCS/
Sean S. Hollon 38 Dom. Viol 3rd $3,000
David R. Covin 47 Drug Offender/
Ephedrine Purchase $250,000
Lucretia D. Hamilton 39 Distribution $100,000
Ronald K. Pate 48 VOP -0-
At approximately 9 p.m. on May 28th, deputies responded to a call at 65 Goldenrod Circle in reference to an intoxicated person attacking a security guard. Upon arrival, law enforcement found a security guard covered in blood, kneeling down on the ground, holding down another male (who was later identified as Terry Hays, 39, of Lakeland, FL). According to deputies, Hays was “growling” and still combative. When a deputy on scene identified himself as law enforcement, Hays told the deputy he would kill him.
The security guard informed deputies he had been attacked by Hays after Hays became confrontational at a wedding taking place on property. Hays tried to leave in his vehicle but security tried to stop him since he was intoxicated. The verbal argument progressed into a physical confrontation in which the security guard was pushed and then charged at by the suspect. Hays took the keys to his vehicle and stabbed the security guard numerous times in the back of the head.
While deputies attempted to check on the status of the victim, Hays tried to get up. Deputies told Hays to stay on the ground. Hays continued to disobey the deputies by getting up and taking a swing at one of deputies. According to the deputy who was hit, Hays delivered a “glancing blow to the right temple and forehead”. The deputy was able to tase Hays and get him back down on the ground. Several deputies attempted to restrain Hays and calm him but he continued to fight and resist. Deputies warned Hays he would be tased again if he did not comply. Hays continued to resist and was tased again. He was handcuffed and placed into the back of a deputy’s car, only to kick one of the rear windows out. His legs were then restrained and he was transported to the Walton County Department of Corrections.
The security guard was transported to Sacred Heart hospital for treatment of his injuries.
Hays was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer, aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer, criminal mischief over $200 but less than $1000, resisting with violence, and disorderly conduct.
On Tuesday May 28, 2013 at approximately 5:50 p.m. deputies received a call from
911 Dispatch center to a report of a “Domestic Situation” at a residence on Zell Ready Road
When deputies arrived the victim advised them that he had gotten into an
argument with his son over an item that had been pawned. The altercation continued to escalate
to the point that the son, Joshua Eric Davis w/m age 20, produced a .22 rifle and fired off a
couple of shots.
The victim stated that he left the residence and heard a louder shot that hit his
truck. He stated that he thought that it was a .243 rifle. The victim then traveled towards
Andalusia with the suspect following him. As deputies approached the victim the suspect fled
the scene and was later apprehended at the residence.
Joshua Eric Davis was arrested for Shooting into an Occupied Vehicle, a Class B Felony
and Criminal Mischief 3rd ,a Misdemeanor.
He is currently in the Covington County Jail on a $23,000 total bond.
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- Tuscaloosa Police released security photos of a suspect in the theft of a 2003 Ford F-350 truck and 27 catalytic converters from AutoMax USA in Tuscaloosa on May 23.
The above photo shows one of three suspects and the red or maroon Pontiac Aztek police are currently looking for in the area.
CENTRE, Alabama -- A manhunt that began Memorial Day for a Cherokee County domestic violence suspect is over.
Cherokee County Sheriff Jeff Shaver said Randall Terry Clifton was arrested at 6:30 a.m. today in the Silver Creek, Ga. area.
Clifton was taken into custody without incidence by the U.S. Marshal's Gulf Coast Regional Task Force, with the assistance of the Southeast Regional Task Force.
At approximately 6:05 p.m. on May 28, 2013, Chad Biernacki, a deputy with the Walton County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) was patrolling the beach area southwest of Pompano Joe’s (Miramar Beach). The deputy came into contact with a group of underage drinkers and issued Notice to Appear (NTA) to the subjects. After clearing the scene, Deputy Biernacki got back into his patrol vehicle. He looked around his vehicle and saw no one in his immediate area so he put the vehicle into drive and began to move forward. He then began to turn the vehicle to the right to make a U-turn and travel in the other direction down the beach. Biernacki stated he felt “a slight bump” to his vehicle and heard a female curse. The deputy reported that at no time did anyone yell at him to stop or tried to flag him to let him know he was going to hit someone.
Tuesday 05 28
66 Total Calls
10 Medical Emergency
33 Police Calls
Booked In: 6
Released: 1 3
Total in Custody: 221
Leslie Beach 46 FTA $941.cash
Michael Deason 21 FTA $268.cash
Kevin Huff 25 VOPx2/POM 1st/
Att. To Elude $38,000
Jeremy C. Carter 56 FTA x4/
Child Support -0-
Ashley Ballard 30 Order Writ of Arrest
Joshua E. Davis 20 Discharge Firarm into
Crim. Mischf. 3rd $23,000
DOTHAN, Alabama -- Dothan Police have arrested two suspects in the May 23 shooting of two people on a front porch on East Washington Street.
Carlenilus Keon Sandifer was taken into custody on Monday, Dothan Police released, and a second suspect, Brandon Lafayette Jones, was arrested Sunday in connection with the shooting. Both suspects are charged with attempted murder.