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Page A-9, The Tuskegee News, April 1, 1999 Campbell, center, receives award Buddy McDanal, left, and AI Dees honors Campbell of Tuskegee, agent for Alfa Insurance, has the Silver Award for 1998. The award was presented by Executive Vice President, Marketing at the company's program held in Montgomery, Feb.. 20. has served as an Alfa Insurance agent for 25 years res policyholders at 204-B South Elm St., Tuskegee. She the company's full line of insurance for auto, home, a member of the Montgomery Life Underwriters and Area-3 Vice President of the Alabama Association Underwriters and the Twentieth Century Club and Fort Davis Methodist Church in Fort Davis and First in Union Springs. ~f Macon County, Campbell was married to William A. ~gee who passed away in 1997 and she has , William A. Campbell III and James D. Campbell. Following is a summary, of activities for the Macon County Sheriff's Department for March 22-27, 1999. March 22 • 9:45 a.m.-Unauthorized use of a vehicle, 2G167 U.S. Highway 80 West. Report of vic- tim's vehicle bdmg taken without her permis- sion. Vehicle was found and returned to owner. • 1:45 p.m.--Vehicle fire, 218 Rodgers Road. Deputies responded to assist with fire. Brownville Fife Department also responded. • 11:30 a.m.-Served arrest warrant, 315 Belle Qtr. for charge of assault. Su_bject processed and placed m Macon County Jail. • 11:45 a.m.--Served arrest warrant, 246 County Road 10, on charge of harassing com- munication. Subject processed and reIeased on appearance bbnd. • 12:30 p.m.--Served arrest warrant at Macon County Board of Education on charge of worthless Check. Subject turned over Go Elm,re County Sheriff's Office. • 5:41 p.m.-Criminal mischief, 3031 Coun~ Road 3K Report of subject destroying victim s living room Window. Mdrch 23 • 8:40 a.m.--Possession of drug parapherna- lia, giving false information to law enforce- ment, resisting arrest, Pleasant Springs Drive. Subject arrested during traffic stop after officer asked for identification, suspect fled the scene on foot. Deputy caught suspect after short that race. Subject processed and placed in Macon County Jail. • 9:30 a.m.--Public ititoxication, Booker T. .Was~n High_ School. Report of juvenile being ifitoxicatL~d, on s_chool proper£y. Case refer)~l to juvenile authorities. • _10:50 a.m.-Giving false information to law entbrcement, Shady Grove Road. Incident of s_uspect, in an ongoing investigation giving [alse information to investigating officers. Suspect arrested and placed m Macon County Jail. • 1:50 p.m.-Theft of property, 1-85 Wire Road exft. Report of thelt of cellular phone. Case under investigation. • 3:30 p.m.-The~ of property, 15808 County Road 2. Report of theft of purse from resi- dence. Poss~le suspect are ~wo white males who came to residence selling rugs. Investigation ongoing. _ •3:45-p.m.-Forgery, 1845 _County Road 53. Victim reported credit card account bein~ opened in'his name, but without his consenf. Investigation ongoing. The Gurle insurance Agency is a summary of activities for the charges of domestic violence and assault. Police Department for March 19-25, •8:30 p.m.--Domestic violence/assault on Washington Avenue. :, March 23 19 •2:30 p.m.-Leroy Freeman was arrested on a a.m.-Otis Powell Jr. was arrested tin a~i pick-up order for contempt. , :~ •2:45 p.m.-Damaged windshield on Crawford a.m.-Unauthorized use ofa. Vel~cle 6ri ~treet. Street. '81. L20 21 oiijl;~.u~ ._,~:., cJ,'i/..t~:e:d~ property aamage on .'~a~ama and entering a vehicle/theft Russell Plaza. Mahone was arrested on and driving while license revoked. property, North Church Street. North Lake Street. of property on Clemmie Street. Ruso Lane. at Macon Motel. Cooks was arrested on two warrants. a.m.-Theft of property on Lee Street. disturbance on Parker mischief on Cox Street. communication on Guy on Tuskegee University :and entering a vehicle/theft on Ttmkegee University campus park- 22 3 arrested on two speeding a-re.--Harassing communication in Apartments. on Ellison Avenue. ~.m.-,V~fllie Elbert Moss was arrested on rDUI. on Penny Street. r on West Lee Street. Dowdell was arrested on • 3:15 p.m.--Harassment on Martin Luther King Highway. ' : "~ , ! ''h r. , ! ~.(-- ~, .q[(,c::. ! ,,!, : J ...*~:15 p.m,--Calvin .Fr~er .was arrested on writ ,,~ ,, Jf;r),fS.~J;I.~l.;~,.~ 15~#~'|,.;~011 ')1 .'~"pJJf!!)LI, .:'’ for possessmn o1 mrgea n~rurnent. ' • 10:22 p.m.-Roger Cox was arrested on charge of criminal trespass. March 24 • 12 midnight--Latasha Howard was arrested on Charge of criminal mischief/harassment. • 12:13 a.m.--Trespassing on Auburn Street. • 12:15 a.m.--Katoshia Ezell was arrested on charge of assault/criminal mischief. • 1:34 a.m.-Thomas Sanders was arrested on Charges of theft of property and improper muffler. • 2 a.m.--Lorenzo Mcgruder was arrested on charges of criminal mischief and harassment. • 2:28 a.m.-Aasault on Ashdale Road. • 9:22 a.m:--Theft of property, theft of service. • 10 a.m.-Harassment at Booker T. Washington High School. • 12:48 p.m.--Millard Dawson was arrested on Charge of harassment. • 2:29 p.m.-Lettye Randle was arrested on charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. • 7:20 p.m.-Theft of property on South Main Street. • 9 p.m.-Harassment at McDonald's Restaurant. • 11 p.m.--Harassment on Foye Street. • 11:30 p.m.-Harassment on Taylor Street. March 25 • 10:55 a.m.-Tamika Adams was arrested on charge of harassing communication. • 12:47 p.m.-Criminal mischie~theft of property. • 3:50 p.m.-Harassment on Ellison Avenue. • 5 p.m.-Burglary, theft of property at Marable Court. • 10:35 p.m.-Jonathan Banks was arrested on a writ of driving without a license and no driver's license. March 24 • 5:29 a.m.--Robbery, theft of property~ '_rater- section 9f County Roads 48 and ~01. Victim repgrted that he was forced of the roadway and approached by two white males and his vehicle was taken at gun_ and knife point. Vehicle was found later that same morning. Case under investigation. • 12:10 p.m.--Theft of property, 75~ Mindingall Road. Victim reported that her engagement ring was taken during the time two white males were putting in an alarm system at her residence. Case ongoing. • 3 p.m.-Missing person, 170 (Toun~y Road 31. Report of missing perso.~ :~:~,~ vehicle. Vehicle last seen in Ash& Rosenwald Heights area. Case ongoing. • 4:39 p.m.--Burglary, theft of property, 1294 Rodgers Road. Victim repo:'![d that resi- dence was burglarized with ca~ ~nd curren- cy taken. Case ongoing. • 7:05 p.m.--Bu~giary~ 444 Essie Morris Road. Victim reported that sometime during her absence, someone entered the residence and took fo0d without her permission. Case ongoing, the left his vehicle on side of road- way and upon his return the vehicle was gone. After further investigation, vehicle was located at local auto repair shop. • 7:35 p.m.-Served arrest warrant, North Main Street on charges of harassment and theft of property. Subject processed and placed in Macon County Jail. • 8:12 p.m.--Theft of property, Macon County Road 22. Victim repor{ed that he left his vehicle on side of roadway and upon his return the vehicle was gone. Ai~r further investigation~ vehicle was located at local auto repair shop. • 8:20 p.m.--Served arrest warrants, 50406 Passway Apartment No. 7 on charges of worthless checks, three counts. Subject processed and ~anted appearance bond. • 5:45 p.m.--Child custody case, 5465 CountE Road 30. Report of child custody dis- pute.Father reportedly took child an~ left scene. Case referred to the Montgomery Sheriffs Department. March 25 • 11:15 a.m.--Rape, 26 Chehaw Lane. Victim reported that a black male came to her resi- dence and had forcible intercourse with her. Case ongoing. • 7:05 p.m.--Served arrest warrant, 309B McNair Street, on charge_ of probation viola- tion. Subject processed placecq in the Macon Catty J-~. 9 p.m.--Harassment, !12 Air Lane. Victim Navy Airman Andre L. Toney, son of Bernice Toney of Tuskegee, recently participat- ed in a community relations project during a visit to Hong Kong while on a six-month deployment to the Western Pacific and Indian-Oceans .~ aboard the aircraft carrier USS Vinson, homeported in Bremertom Wash, ~ The~ ~955~t~ ~: g~adudte:~ "of:'~ '~ili~kea~ o~ 259~ Washiiagton High SchooI jbined the Navy in February 1998. reported that estranged spouse has come to h~w ~ :ddence on several occassions harassing h~i~c~6given, charges may follow. • 8:50 a.m.--Burglary, theft of property, 1294 Rodgers Road. Victim reported that upo.n her return from church she found her residence burglarized. Cash and firearms were taken. Case onzoing. 10:30~a.m.--Burglary, theft pfproperty, 619 Shiola Road. Victim reported that burglar3, occurred at her residence. One wood buffet table taken. Case ongoing. 10:45 a.m.--Serve~ arrest warrant, 50111 Redwood Drive on charges of worthless checks (three counts). Subject processed and granted appearance bond. • 1:05 p.m.--Served arrest warrant, 602 Pleasant Springs Drive. C harKe ofwortl~less check. Sul~ject processed and remaseo on appearance bond. • 6 v m.--Burglary, of an auto] theft of prop: erty, ~'691 County Read 19. Victim reported that her vehicle was burglarized and stereo system stolen. Case ongoing. March 27 • 1:23 p.m.--Assault, reckless endan~ger- ment, 5260 Alabama Highway 12 East. Victim reported that after an. argtu~e.nt his friend assaulted him and pulled .a Kmle on I him, threatening to kill hifia. Victim retuseo ', to press charges. • 2:32 a.m.--Criminal mischief, 5260 Tallapoosa Street. Vie '.tim reported suspect ' came upon his conu:n, erciai propertT ana ct .am- aged or destroyed a sort ffrip_k..macnm% caused structural damage_ to building ann ~7 newspaper vending, machine. One arres~ ~: made and subject placed in Macon uounty Jail. • 4:30 p.m.--Harassment 885 Boycl_ Street, _Tysonville. Victim reported bg,'.mg h.arassed because of domestic matter. ActVac_e ~ven. • 7:50 p m.--Harassment- assault, intersec- tion of County Roads 50 and 51. Victim reported being assaulted by, male suspect at :. p~. Warran~cs to be signea. Note: On Saturday, March 217, there was an event held in a pasture off Fleasant 7 Sq~hrings Read. The name of the event was ..- e Player's Picnic." Later that same evening, there were other scheduled events ~, such as dances, live entertainment or similar ,, events. 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