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is a summary of activities of the ~County Sheriff's Department for oct. 9- made for contempt, failure to comply order. The offender was in violation order when he returned to 1601 [ 39 after being instructed not to do so by Court Judge Bryan. Subject was arrest- held in the Macon County Detention Emergystat and the Coroner 140 Co. Rd. 83 after receiving a call to a non-responsive person. The i was later pronounced dead, due to nat- and transported by Corbitt's Funeral Road 31- Deputies responded to after the complainant stated that flattened three tires and attempted the battery from the vehicle. U.S. Highway 29 South--Complainant that someone broke into the storage the rear window and stole sever- including a rifle, and several assorted person(s) then exited through the door t the building open. Case pending. 81--Deputies responded to the area a call in reference to a robbery. rots stated that two black male asked them about selling property, then later and robbed them. After holding at gun point, the males took a total of in cash, a video camera and damaged the door. After the victims were assaulted, then fled the scene. Case under County Road 13--Complainant stated was assaulted by her daughter, when hit her in the head and bit her on Case pending. responded to the area of U.S. 80 memr receiving a call in reference to the highway near site. The vehicle was towed by a service. | Washington Ave. --Complainant stated asking the subject to stay away from he continues to come around. to follow. 11 Springs Apartments--Complainant that after she has continuously asked an stay away from her home, he has her, broke into her apartment, and property. She wishes not to sign war- rants at this time, but advises if this behavior continues, she will do so. • 166 Cox Road--Homeowner stated that when she returned home, her front door was unsecure. There was nothing reported taken from the res- idence. Case pending. • 336 Woodland Rd.-Complainant stated that someone stole the decal from her tag. No sus- pects at this time. Case pending. • 1108 Notasulga Highway--Complainant stat- ed that she is being harassed by a person that she has continuously warned about following her. She further stated that she does not want to sign warrants at this time. October 12 • Deputy responded to 3132 Washington Ave. in reference to an unknown subject asleep in his vehicle. Complainant reported that when he went to his vehicle that morning he spotted a person asleep in the driver seat of his van. Warrants to follow for Criminal Trespassing. • 1770 Rosenwald Heights--Deputy responded to the residence al~r receiving a call in refer- ence to harassment and criminal trespassing. Complainant stated that he has asked the offender to stay away from his home on several occasions, but she refuses to do so. Warrants to follow. October 13 • County Road 60--Complainant reported to authorities that on Oct. 12, after 5:30 p.m. some- one stole a yellow 1996-580L Case Backhoe Tractor. The VIN number is #JJG0232135. The vehicle was left on the side of the road. Complainant also stated that there was no key left in the tractor. No suspects at this time. Case pending. October 14 • Complainant stated that while at the Pokey's Club on County Road 13, a female assaulted her which resulted in face, neck and back injuries. Complainant was treated by Emergystat. Warrants to follow. October 15 • 12627 County Road 9--Complainant stated that several items were taken from her resi- dence including a Nintendo game, a yard rake, and five gallons of gas. • Deputy recovered a lawn mower, Serial num- ber 1G187C70731, that was reported stolen on Oct. 4. The property is being stored at Macon County Sheriff Department. Note: Please adhere to all speed limits posted in construction zones. Law enforcement authori- ties will routinely patrol the area to enforce the speed limits. Violators will be penalized. Page A-7, The Tuskegee News, October 19, 2000 Following is a summary of activities of the Tuskegee Polic~ Department for Oct. 6- 12, 2000. October 6 • 7:05 a.m.--Theft of property on Spring Street. • 7:10 a.m.--Unlawful break- ing and entering a vehicle on Willow Avenue. =7:29 a.m.--Unauthorized use of a vehicle on North Main Street. • 9:40 a.m.--Theft of property at Greenfork Amoco. • 12:57 p.m.--Contraband on South Main Street. • 4:43 p.m.--Criminal trespass on Tolbert Circle. • 11:20 p.m.--Theft of property on Maxwell Drive. October 7 • Midnight--Timothy Felton was arrested on charges of dis- orderly conduct, speeding and resisting arrest. • 12:28 p.m.--Theft of proper- ty at McDonald's parking lot. • 1:04 p.m.--Criminal mischief on Tolbert Circle. • 2:30 p.m.--Allen Stroud was arrested on charges of domestic violence/assault. • 3:39 p.m.--Criminal mischief on Brothers Drive. • 10:45 p.m.--Harvey Steele was arrested on charges of criminal trespass and driving while license revoked. October 8 • 2:20 p.m.--Harassment on Highway 80 East at Petro Service Station. • 2:50 p.m.--Harassment on Ashdale Road. *5:40 p.m.--Burglary/theft of property on Ella Lane. • 6 p.m.--Overdose on Water Street. -8:50 p.m.--Burglary/theft of property on Clark Avenue. • 10:45 p.m.--Hope Campbell was arrested on a writ for no driver's license. .10:45 p.m.--Darryl Grant was arrested on a writ for no driver's license. October 9 • 11:46 a.m.--TheR of property on Union Springs Road. • 1:35 p.m.--Harassment on Maple Street. • 8:17 p.m.--Burglary on Geneva Street. October 10 • 1:20 a.m.--Domestic violence on Dexter Street. o4:55 p.m.--Assault in Alumni (Tuskegee University) parking lot. • 5:05 p.m.--Harassment on Benner Avenue. • 5:12 p.m.--Criminal mischief on West Martin Luther King Highway. • 10:10 p.m.--Domestic vio- lence on Benner Avenue. • 2:10 p.m.--Theft of property on South Main Street. October 11 • 12:35 a.m.--Breaking and entering a vehicle on West Martin Luther King Highway. • 6:24 a.m.--Breaking and entering a vehicle on Fonville Street. • 7:20 a.m.--Breaking and entering a vehicle on Lynn Drive. • 10 a.m.--Harassment on West Montgomery Road. • 10:05 a.m.--Unlawful break- ing and entering a vehicle on Olduval Blvd. • 10:57 a.m.--Christopher Caldwell was arrested on charge of disorderly conduct. • 11 a.m.--Criminal trespass at First Tuskegee Credit Union. • 4:05 p.m.--Lost property at Calhoun Foods. • 4:50 p.m.--Theft of property on Pruitt Street. • 6:24 a.m.--Breaking and entering a vehicle on Fonville Street. • 7:45 p.m.--Theft of property on South Main Street. October 12 • 8 a.m.--Carlton L. Strum was arrested on a writ for loud music. • 8:15 a.m.--Criminal tres- passing at Booker T. Washington High School. • 9:45 p.m.--Breaking/enter- ing a vehicle and theft of prop- erty at Washington Avenue/Franklin Road. • 9:46 p.m.--Thei~ of property on North Main Street. • 11:45 p.m.--Criminal mis- chief on Phillips Drive. The Macon County Commission is proposing a road con- struction project in various areas of the County. The project will involve the surfacing of eighteen (18) rural roads in the County. Parts of the project are located in a 100 year and 500 year flood plain. The project improvements will solve the iden- tified storm drainage problems and threats to the health, safe- ty and welfare of neighborhood residents. To construct the roads, it is necessary to carry out these improvements in the flood plain. The County is interested in discussing alternatives to the project and securing public perceptions of possible adverse impacts that could result from the project and possible minimization measures. Please send comments to Jesse Upshaw, Macon County Commission, 101 East Northside Street, Tuskegee, Alabama, 36083. Comments will be received until November 2, 2000. ..... Mr. ]tt# L. Upshaw C~rt~ing O~cer I II Steals Your Right To A Jury Trial Are You Signing Away Your Rights? be lqffi Comd.. p.mm ,timam tu4 Im F.msmT. i. ml D mm m • m cmao m mmm ml q xt.imym, k AM mmlep emaim- dm md m fet ea Vote For Democrats On November 7. Gerald Levert in "Homecoming Concert" November 3, 2000 * 9"30 p.m. Chappie James Arena • Reserve Tickets $30.00 - Calhoun Foods * General Admission $25.00 - Student Union • TU Students $20.00 • Day of Show $30.00 Tickets On Sale: Calhoun Foods, T.U. Student Union, Bud Johnson- Columbus, D&D Records- Union Springs