MCSO: Press Release

HOMICIDE

On Saturday, February 4, 2012, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of Spice Pond Road in reference to two females fighting inside of a vehicle.   While on the way to that call the deputies received another call giving the description of the same vehicle being involved in a wreck on Spice Pond Road. […]

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MCSO arrested

On Thursday, February 2, 2012, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office arrested WESLEY WYATT WHITNEY and KYLE KENDRICK with (5) counts of unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle.   MCSO deputies stopped WHITNEY and KENDRICK on Three Notch and Schillinger Road and found a small amount of stolen property inside their vehicle.  A search of WHITNEY’S residence yielded a stolen credit card […]

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Pill Shopping

On 02-02-12, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office Deputies and Agents from the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics conducted a surveillance operation at a local pharmacy in the Mobile area.  The investigation focused on subjects attempting to purchase pseudoephedrine illegally.    During the investigation, the following individuals were either arrested by the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office and/or cited:  […]

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MCSO arrest 12 more people for pill shopping

On December 9, 2011, The Mobile Sheriff’s Office along with Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, conducted an undercover operation, which resulted in the arrest of 12 people.   The operation focused on subjects attempting to illegally possess pseudoephedrine and those traveling from Mississippi into Alabama to purchase pseudoephedrine illegally.   RICHARD BURTON, W/M, DOB11-19-69        Possession of a […]

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24 STORES COMPLIED WITH NOT SELLING ALCOHOL….

On December 08, 2011 the Youth Investigation Unit worked jointly with Alabama A.B.C. agents in an attempt to locate businesses in southern Mobile County that were selling alcoholic beverages to minors.  In the operation a minor certified through the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board was sent into twenty six stores in an attempt to purchase alcohol. […]

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