Meth Text continues to be a successful program for MCSO

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

On Sunday, November 23, at approximately 7:05 am deputies located a car that was reported stolen out of MPD in September parked in from of 4155 Lott Rd, Lot 5E, which is a known Meth residence.

During a knock-and-talk, the owner of the residence, 65-year old Johnnie Lovan Bolton, claimed ownership of the car.  Bolton gave permission to search the residence where a large number of electric and cordless power tools, hand tools, laptops, air compressor, etc. were found.  Bolton admitted he use Meth to pay for the car and some of the aforementioned property.  Approx. 6-grams of suspected Meth, two electronic scales, and more suspected stolen property were found inside the stolen car.

Bolton was charged with 3-felonies:

  • Receiving Stolen Property 1st
  • Possession of a Controlled Substance
  • Possession of Narcotic Paraphernalia

Also at the residence was Teresa McNeil who was arrested on an outstanding warrant for Theft of Property 3rd.

 

While working on this particular case, deputies learned that Johnnie Bolton manufactured the Meth at 6700 B Hunter’s Horn St., Eight Mile on past night.  At approximately 4:00pm, deputies went to the Hunter’s Horn residence for a knock-and-talk and found three adults and a child inside the residence.  A strong chemical odor and smoke was found inside the residence where Meth had been made.  Deputies obtained permission to search the residence.

Two previously used shake-and-bake Meth labs, items commonly used to manufacture Meth and some finished product were among items found inside the residence.  The following were charged:

  • Michael Wayne Parker – Manufacturing a Controlled Substance 1st, Trafficking Methamphetamine, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Chem/End/Child, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
  • Allegra B. Wiggins: Chem/End of Child and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
  • David H. Henson: Manufacturing a Controlled Substance 1st, Chem/End/Child, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Lori Myles
Sheriff’s Assistant for Public Affairs
251-574-NEWS (6397)
lmyles@mobileso.com
   

MCSO is looking for Robbery Suspect in these photos

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

On October 30, 2014 at approximately 11:30 pm, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Exxon station at 6300 Lott Road in Semmes for a robbery. At the time of the robbery, the white male was wearing an orange flannel long sleeve shirt, gray shirt, tan pants and a camouflage golf hat. The suspect demanded money from the register. Less than $100.00 was taken. The suspect did not threatened with any weapon. The suspect fled the scene in a dark colored truck, make and model unknown. MCSO is looking for the suspect in the pictures below. The suspect has a distinct scar on the left side of his face. His left eye is partially closed due to this scar.

 

If anyone has any information about this robbery, please call 574-8633. You may also report this crime anonymously http://www.mobileso.com/report-a-crime/.

 

Lori Myles
Sheriff’s Assistant for Public Affairs
251-574-NEWS (6397)
lmyles@mobileso.com
   

Man is shot and killed while driving with Grandkids in vehicle

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

 

On Thursday, October 16, 2014, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office was called to 10985 Glenwood farms Drive for a shooting. When MCSO deputies arrived on the scene they discovered a red 2005 Sportrac pickup truck wrecked into a tree. In the drivers seat was Billy Joe Earnest, bleeding from a gunshot wound.  Also inside Earnest’s vehicle were his grandchildren. Both children WERE NOT injured during the shooting or the accident.

Terry Poole made the call to MCSO dispatch stating he shot his neighbor. Preliminary investigation shows that the two, Poole and Earnest, had an ongoing dispute over destruction of property. Poole was taken into custody and charged with Murder and discharging firearm into an occupied vehicle.

Terry Poole had a bond hearing this morning and was issued a NO BOND.

This investigation is ongoing and there is no further information at this time.

Lori Myles
Sheriff’s Assistant for Public Affairs
251-574-NEWS (6397)
lmyles@mobileso.com
   

MCSO along with DHR investigates child being traded for drugs

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

On 10/3/2014, MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE assisted DHR with a home visit at 10305 Moore Road, Lot #25, and Grand Bay, Alabama.  DHR opened a case in reference to the allegation that the parent had traded one of the children for drugs.

When MCSO Deputies arrived at the scene, the trailer was occupied by Erica Dueitt (DOB: 8/16/1987) and Rosalee Anderson (DOB: 7/23/1990) and eight (8) children. Each DUEITT and ANDERSON had four (4) children each.

A Meth Lab was discovered and MCSO Narcotics Investigators responded to the location to dismantle the lab. All eight children were released to their grandparents and DHR will have the children tested Monday for Meth exposure.

Arrested;

 Erica Dueitt (DOB: 8/16/1987)

Trafficking Methamphetamine

Manufacturing 1st Degree

Chemical Endangerment x 4

 

The ages of Dueitt’s children; 7 year, 6 year, 3 year, and a 1 year old (all boys)

 

Rosalee Anderson (DOB: 7/23/1990)

 

Trafficking Methamphetamine

Manufacturing 1st Degree

Chemical Endangerment x 4

 

The ages of Anderson’s children, 8 yoa, 7 year, 3 year, and a 1 year old (all boys)

 

The father, Terry Anderson (7/28/1984) wasn’t at home at the time of the incident. He was arrested yesterday, October 8 and charged with the following;

Trafficking Methamphetamine

Manufacturing 1st Degree

Chemical Endangerment x 4

Lori Myles
Sheriff’s Assistant for Public Affairs
251-574-NEWS (6397)
lmyles@mobileso.com
   

Glock Pistol Match

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Hosted by the

Mobile County Sheriff’s Office

October 18-19, 2014

Mobile County Metro Firing Range

12251 Tanner Williams Road Mobile, AL 36608

Registration starts at 9am each day and closes on Sunday at 2pm

Pre‐registration is recommended and may be completed at www.gssfonline.com

Glock Pistols Only


Separate divisions for law enforcement and civilian shooters
Separate categories for subcompacts, duty guns and modified guns

Three (3) stages of fire; steel plates,
paper targets, and combination of paper and steel


Cash and firearms awarded to winning shooters


Cash and firearms prizes awarded as “door prizes”


For more information, contact David Robinson at

dcrobinson@mobileso.com

Lori Myles
Sheriff’s Assistant for Public Affairs
251-574-NEWS (6397)
lmyles@mobileso.com