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Tuskegee Police Report 2010 Crime Statistics Following is a summary of ac- tivities from the Tuskegee Police Department for Nov. 26-Dec. 2, 2010. To contact the Tuskegee Police Department, call 727- 0200. To report information to the Secret Witness Line, call 727-9865. Those calling the Se- cret Witness Line aren't required to provide his or her name. November 26 • 12:31 p.m. -- Burglary/theft of property on Bethel Street. • 1:39 p.m. -- Theft of property on Heritage Hill. • 10:42 p.m. -- Timothy Felton was arrested on charges of do- mestic violence and unautho- rized use of a vehicle. November 28 • 9:33 a.m." Theft of property on Old Montgomery Road. • 1:51 p.m. -- Theft of property on Bruce Street. • 8:45 p.m. -- Burglary/theft of property on Franklin Road. November 29 • 2:05 a.m. -- Criminal mis" chief on Pleasant Spring Drive. • 3:56 a.m. -- Property Damage on Auburn Street. • 4:28 a.m. -- Criminal Mis- chief on Lassiter Street. • 6:12 a.m. -- Domestic vio- lence/burglary on Lassiter Street. • 8:28 a.m. -- Criminal mis" ch3ef on Susie Street. • 9:29 a.m. -- Burglary on Washington Avenue. • 12:09 p.m. -- Theft of prop- erty on L'Overture Circle. • 1:07 p.m. -- Unlawful break- ing into and entering a vehicle on West Martin Luther King Highway. November 30 • 1 a.m.-- Raymond Neal was arrested on charges of domestic violence, burglary and probation violation, Macon County Sheriff Report • 9:25 a:m. w Theft of property on Gilliard Drive. • 3:01 p.m. -- Theft of Property on G Drive • 5 p.m." Burglary/theft of prop- erty on Lakeview Drive. • 6:36 p.m. -- Theft of property at Piggly Wiggly. December 1 • 3:48 p.m.- Burglary/theft of property on Rosenwald Heights. December 2 • 9:32 a.m. -- Burglary/theft of property on Second Ave.. • 10:24 a.m. -- Harassment on South Elm Street. • 10:42 a.m. -- Unlawful break- ing and entering a vehicle on Yancey Circle. • 1:45 p.m. -- Harassing com- . munication on Mindingall Road. • 6:20 p.m. -- Found property on D&S Boulevard. • 7:59 p.m. -- Criminal mis" chief/criminal trespassing on No- tasulga Road. 2010 Crime Statistics Following is a summary of activ- ities by the Macon County Sheriffs Office for Nov. 29-Dec. 5, 2010. November 29 • 11:54 a.m. -- Deceased person reported at 170 Cooper Lane, Shorter. • 1:47 p.m. -- Harassing commu- nications report at 2853 County Road 54 West, Notasulga. November 30 • i a.m. -- General complaint re- ported at 1167 County Road 9, Tuskegee. • 6:05 a.m. w Criminal mischief and theft of property reported at 4654 Pleasant Springs Drive, Tuskegee. • 9:32 a.m. -- Theft of property reported at 11590 Highway 80 West, Shorter. • 10:29 a.m. -- Arrest of Derrick Lashun Newby for Houston County on charge of unlawful pos- session of controlled substance. • 12:09 p.m.--Vehicle fire, aban- doned vehicle report off Goshey Road, Union Springs. • 6:48 p.m. -- Harassment re- ported at 5260 Tallapoosa Street, Notasulga. December 1 • 6:15 p.m. -- Criminal trespass reported at 4601 County Road 53, Notasulga. • 7 p.m. -- Arrest of Willis Jerome He//is on charge of crimi- nal trespass, held in Macon County Jail. • 7:10 p.m. -- Burglary reported at 29040 County Road 2, Hard- away. • 7:55 p.m. -- Arrest of Michael Don Rooks on charge of criminal trespass. Held in Macon County Jail. • 8:02 p.m. -- Theft of property reported at 4001 County Road 59, Notasulga. December 2 • 4:51 p.m. -- Criminal mischief, harassment reported at 8387 County Road 24, Auburn. • 7:56 p.m. -- House fire reported at 34061 County Road 2, Shorter. • 9:50 p.m. -- Domestic violence, harassment reported at 195 Dandilion Lane, Tuskegee. December 3 • 5:28 p.m. -- Burglary, theft of property reported at 2316 Bufford Road, Auburn. December 4 • 2:23 a.m, -- Theft of property reported at 8384 County Road 24, Auburn. • 10:10 a.m. -- Theft of property reported at 2461 Townsend Road, Auburn. • 5:15 p.m. -- Cruelty to animals reported at 2828 County Road 27, Tuskegee. • 7:03 p.m. -- Theft of Property reported at 1167 County Road 9, Tuskegee. December 5 • 8:26 a.m. :-Arrest of Bradford Greer on charges of domestic vio- lence, harassment and criminal mischief. Released on appearance bond. • 9:12 a.m. -- Domestic violence and harassment reported at 2830 Fletcher Segrest Road, Tuskegee. • 9:25 a.m. -- Arrest of Rodney Smith on charges of domestic vio- lence and harassment. Held in Macon County Jail. Hi Implant Recall Note: Please tune into the Sher- iffs Report every Thursday at 7:15 a.m. on WBIL radio station. Tickets on sale for TACC breakfast The Tuskegee Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC).is hosting an Eggs and Issues Breakfast on Tuesday, December 14 at 7:30 a.m. The event will be at the Tuskegee University Kellogg Conference Center. Tickets are $20 per person and may be purchased at the Cham- ber Office located at 121 South Main Street, Tuskegee, or from the law office of Chamber Presi- dent, Attorney Deborah Hill Big- gers, at 113 East Rosa Parks Avenue, Tuskegee. Speaker for the breakfast is Glen E. Struchtemeyer, director, Central Alabama Veterans Friday December 10 .Partly Chmdy Health Care System. Struchtemeyer has been serv- ing as Director, Central Alabama Veterans Health Care Systems (CAVHCS) since his appointment in May 2009. Struchtemeyer came to CAVHCS after serving as the director of the St. Louis VA Medical Center since August 2004. As director of CAVHCS, Struchtemeyer oversees services providing health care to more than 134,000 Veterans in 43 counties of Southeastern Ala- bama and West Georgia through CAVHCS' Medical Centers in Tuskegee and Montgomery, as 10% 56 Rain 38 Chance Temp Saturday December 11 Scattered Showers well as Community Based Outpa- tient Clinics in Columbus, Ga., Dothan,and a VA Wiregrass Out- patient Clinic on Fort Rucker in Enterprise. Struchtemeyer received his Bachelors Degree in Business Ad- ministration from Central Mis- souri State University in 1973. In 1994, he completed his studie at the Interagency Institute for Fed- eral Health Care Executives, George Washington University. Tickets will not be purchased at the door, so please, purchase your tickets by December 10 and come with your questions and concerns to ask Struchtemeyer. 30% .Rahz Chance l 63 44 Temp The Tuskegee News, December 9, 2010, Page A-3  Area Meetings Tuskegee City Council Meeting • The Tuskegee City Council's next regular meet- ing will be Tuesday, December 14 at Tuskegee Municipal Complex. A work session is scheduled for 5 p.m., followed by the regular council meet- ing at 5:30 p.m. Macon County Commission Meeting • The December monthly meeting of the Macon County Commission is scheduled for Monday, De- cember 13 at 6:30 p.m. in the Commission Cham- bers of the Macon County Courthouse Annex. Obituaries BRYANT, Mrs. Bessie E, a resident of Tuskegee, died Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010. Funeral arrangements and survivors will be announced by McKenzie's Fu-' neral Home, Tuskegee. DENNIS, Mr. Marion Lee Sr., a resident of Shorter, died Nov. 29, 2010. His funeral was Satur- day, December 4 from Mary Magdalene Baptist Church, Shorter, with Rev. R. Robinson, pastor, and Rev. Arthur Jones officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery with McKenzie's Funeral, Tuskegee, directing. HAMMOCK, Kenneth Leon Sr. of Dallas, Ga., was born Feb. 18, 1943, in Tallapoosa County, and died NOv. 29, 2010 at Bethany House inAuburn. The cel- ebration of life was with Rev. Fred Grady officiating. Corbitt's Funeral Home, Tuskegee, directed. He joined the Kiwanis Club in Hogansville, Ga. and served as the secretary, president and lieutenant governor of the State Kiwanis Club. He served on the city council in Hogansville for two terms. Father Christmas in Loachapoka Father Christmas is making an early stop in Loachapoka, Saturday, December 11. He and Mrs. Claus will be headlining the "Second Saturday" ac- tivities at the Lee County Historical Society Mu- seum's in downtown Loachapoka from 10 a.m. to 2 • p.m, Cookies, punch, and hot cider will be offered to children and adults alike, while Father Christmas visits with the children by the tree and Mrs. Claus reads Christmas stories in the parlor upstairs. There will also be materials available for the chil- dren to make homemade Christmas decorations. This family activity is provided at no cost by the Lee County Historical . Society, in an effort to let people know some of the 'earlier holiday traditions of our forefathers, particularly in the 1850s' era. Second Saturday is a project of the Lee County Historical Society and is provided free of charge to the public from 10 4 p.m. each month. The Society is a non-profit organization established in 1968. Membership is open to all interested parties. 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