MCSO is looking for ERIC WEAVER

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Eric Weaver has been identified as a suspect in the home invasion from November 25th at the St. Nicholas Drive address in Eight Mile.
Currently, his whereabouts are unknown and we are requesting that he be profiled tonight in hopes that a tip will lead to his apprehension.

 

Thank you for you help with this.

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

DO YOU KNOW THIS PERSON?

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Today, November 26, 2012, at approximately 12:17 pm,  The PNC Bank at 7800 Moffett Rd in Semmes was robbed by a MALE who left the scene in a Gray Ford Taurus northbound on Schillinger RD. The tint on the rear window may be beginning to peel off. It is unknown at this time if the subject is a white male or black male due to conflicting stories. The subject was carrying some sort of travel bag that the money was loaded into. The subject possibly had a large pistol holstered on his right side.
If anyone has any information about this crime, contact the MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 574-8633
Lori Myles
Sheriff’s Assistant for Public Affairs
251-574-NEWS (6397)
lmyles@mobileso.com
   

HOME INVASION LEADS TO ARREST WITH MORE TO FOLLOW

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On November 25, 2012, at approximately 12:22 AM, the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by an eleven year old female advising two unknown subject’s entered their home and her grandmother had been shot. Deputies responded to the scene located at 4100 block of St. Nicholas Drive West Eight Mile.  The victim suffered one gunshot wound, which entered the right lower abdomen and exited the right lower back.  The victim is in the hospital in critical condition.

MCSO Investigators say the eleven-year-old witness said two unknown males (one black and one white) knocked on the door to their home.  The homeowner, witness’s grandfather, opened the door to his mobile home and a W/M with a mask on his face, pointed a small silver handgun at him and demanded money. The homeowner stated he grabbed the subject and began struggling with the W/M inside the front doorway of the home.  The homeowner said while he was struggling with the W/M, the B/M also masked, entered the home and shot his wife with a large caliber rifle.  The suspects then fled on foot towards Lott Road. Four expended shell casings and one mask was recovered from the scene.

Late Sunday afternoon MCSO investigations led them to 1260 Timber Creek Drive North, the home of BRANDON DAVIS, one of the suspects in the home invasion listed above.  After a brief stand off, DAVIS surrendered to Mobile County Sheriff’s Office and taken to Mobile County Metro Jail.

Mobile County Sheriff’s office is continuing to follow leads in this case.  If anyone has any information about this case, you may contact MCSO 574-8633 or you may go to our website, WWW.MOBILESO.COM and post the information on our CRIME TIPS.

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

100 % compliance with Underage Drinking

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On November 13, 2012 the Youth Investigation Unit worked jointly with Alabama A.B.C. Agents in an attempt to locate businesses in the southern part of 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 seven stores in an attempt to purchase alcohol.

 

 

 

The investigation revealed that the following twenty seven stores complied with Alabama State Law in not selling alcohol to the underage minor:

 

1   Compac, 6963 Swedetown Rd.  Theodore, Al.

2.  Exxon, 5891 Hwy. 90  Theodore, Al.

3.  Exxon, 5669 Hwy. 90 W.  Mobile, Al.

4.  Mobile Expressway, 6075 Old Pascagoula Rd.  Mobile, Al.

5.  Liquor Beer Tobacco Store, 5883 Hwy. 90  Theodore, Al.

6.  Bairefield’s Quick Stop, 6831 Hwy. 90  Theodore, Al.

7.  Palmer’s Quick Stop, 8175 Hwy. 90  St. Elmo, Al.

8.  St. Elmo Petro, 9009 Hwy. 90  St. Elmo, Al.

9.  Palmer’s #2, 8989 Hwy. 90  St. Elmo, Al.

10.  American Oriental Market, 9091 Hwy. 90  Bldg. 2 Unit A  St. Elmo, Al.

11.  Chevron, 11290 Hwy. 90  Grand Bay, Al.

12.  GB, 12646 Hwy. 188  Grand Bay, Al.

13.  Grand Bay Grocery, 12930 Hwy. 90  Grand Bay, Al.

14.  Chevron Country Breeze Food Mart #5, 13320 Hwy. 90  Grand Bay, Al.

15.  Circle K, 9440 Grand Bay Wilmer Rd. Grand Bay, Al.

16.  Shell, 9264 Grand Bay Wilmer Rd.  Grand Bay, Al.

17.  TA Truck Stop, 9201 Grand Bay Wilmer Rd.  Grand Bay, Al.

18.  Texaco, 9175 Grand Bay Wilmer Rd.  Grand Bay, Al.

19.  C-Pak, 8755 Grand Bay Wilmer Rd.  Grand Bay, Al.

20.  Rand’s Quick Stop, 12352 Old Pascagoula Rd.  Grand Bay, Al.

21.  Kountry Korner, 6000 Grand Bay Wilmer Rd.  Grand Bay, Al.

22.  Ruby’s Quick Stop, 10191 Old Pascagoula Rd.  Irvington, Al.

23.  Doug’s #2, 8501 Old Pascagoula Rd.  Theodore, Al.

24.  Chevron Circle K, 8510 Old Pascagoula Rd.  Theodore, Al.

25.  Doug’s Quick Mart, 7402 Old Pascagoula Rd.  Theodore, Al.

26.  Gran Pac 2, 10610 Hwy. 188  Grand Bay, Al.

27.  Minute Mart, 12600 Hwy. 188  Grand Bay, Al.

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

Anonymous Tip leads MCSO to Marijuana Farm off Old Citronelle Highway

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An anonymous tip lead MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE to find over 100 marijuana plants drying in a shed, over 150 plants in pots and two boxes full of marijuana waiting to be packaged.   The  Tip came from our website www.mobileso.com.   ”  We received the tip early this morning,”  says Sheriff Sam Cochran, ” We notified our narcotic deputies and they were able to get on the property and seize the drugs before they were distributed on the streets.  We are grateful that a concerned citizen was able to provide the information we needed to shut this operation down.”   Narcotic Deputies say that the suspects purchased over 16 acres off Old Citronelle Highway and were harvesting the marijuana on the property.  MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE was assisted by ALABAMA STATE TROOPERS HELICOPTER during the seizure.    Four people were arrested on the property for Trafficking Marijuana.

 

If you would like to provide MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE  with CRIME INFORMATION you can go to our website, www.mobileso.com and click on the tap at the top right of the screen that reads CRIME TIPS.  If you do not have access to a computer, you may call 574-8633 or TEXT 839863.

 

 

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