Arrest Report Dec. 20

The following persons were entered into the docket at the Scott County Detention Center December 6 - December 13. All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law;

Helen Davis, 36, 1138 Old Sawmill Road Lake, Misds- disturbance of family, disorderly conduct, fail to comply with officer

Brett Taylor Posey, 28, 109 Mcmillian RD Lake, Misds- public drunk, other substances, disturbance of family

Johnathan Miley, 26, 3792 Tallobogue Rd Forest, Misds- disturbing the public peace

Jeffery Hughes Jr, 23, 94 Mcclendon Dr Lake, Misds- speeding, insurance, failure to show proof liability, drivers license expired, tag expired

Shemyia Lyles, 18 , 664 Grant Johnson Rd, Morton, misds- simple assault, malicious mischief, vandalism

Lakita Palm Taylor, 40, 62 New Subdivision Rd Morton, Felony - vulnerable person exploitation

Christian Rickelton Pittman, 20 , 144 Lovelace Lane Canton, misd - drugs possession of marijuana 1st offense

Keith Smothers, 18, 2490 King Rd Forest, Misd- disturbing the public peace

Edwin Sales Jr, 18, 34 Oakdale Ave Morton, Misds - public drunk

Calvin N Skinner, 23, 124 Ora St, Newton, Felony - statutory rape

Keenan Russell, 29, 112 Odom Lane Forest, Misds - simple assault, contempt of court

Xavier Malik Harris, 19, 610 Ephesus Rd Forest, Misds - disorderly conduct, fail to comply with officer

Clinton Watts, 49, 745 Jack Lee Dr, Forest, Misds - Disturbing the public peace

Raykeitgdrith Ricks, 35, 104 Pine St Newton, Misds - Speeding, dui,other substances

Brittany Freeney, 22, 140 Wright Rd Carthage, Felonies - drugs, sale synthetic/manufactured

James Russell, 43, 181 Spring St Morton, Felonies - drugs, sale synthetic/manufactured

Chad Mcdill, 36, 365 Mack Rd Conehatta, Misds - assault, domestic violence

 Edwin Sales, 30, 34 Oakdale Ave Morton, misds - careless driving, dui, dui first offense, no drivers license, contributing to delinquency of minor

Obituaries

Dorothy “Dot” Leonard of Trussville, Alabama passed away on Tuesday, April 10, 2018. Dot was a... READ MORE