MCSO IS LOOKING FOR WILLIAM DALE WISEMAN

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MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE is looking for WILLIAM DALE WISEMAN.  His last known address was 1171 Boe, Irvington, Alabama.   WISEMAN is wanted for an outstanding warrant with MCSO as well as TWO ACTIVE WARRANTS in the state of Mississippi.  If you have any information as to the whereabouts of WISEMAN, please contact the MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 574-8633.

 

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

PHILLIP JUANE GAINES IS IN CUSTODY WITH MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

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PHILLIP JUANE GAINES IS IN CUSTODY WITH MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE.  WE WILL OFFER PERP WALK PLEASE RESPOND VIA EMAIL IF YOU WISH TO BE HERE AND I WILL RESPOND WITH A TIME.  HE WAS PICKED UP AT SOPHIA’ S LANDING AT APPROXIMATELY 2:00 PM.  THERE IS NO FURTHER INFORMATION AT THIS TIME.  MORE TO FOLLOW.

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

MCSO IS LOOKING FOR PHILLIP JUANE GAINES

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Mobile County Sheriff’s Office has a POSITIVE IDENTIFICATION on a robbery that occurred  at BEEF O’BRADY’S in Semmes on Saturday, August 18, 2012.  MCSO is looking for PHILLIP JUANE GAINES.  He has been seen driving a BLUE FORD ESCAPE AL TAG (2A81R36).  GAINES is considered to be ARMED and DANGEROUS.

 

If you have any information as to his whereabouts, please contact MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 574-8633

 

 

Subject: Phillip Juane Gaines

DOB: 10/25/1984

Height: 5’10

Weight: 230 Pounds        

Hair: Black        

Eyes: Brown

Address: 4605 Dogwood Drive South Mobile, Alabama 36609


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

MCSO needs your help in identifying these people involved in robbery over the weekend

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On Saturday, August 18, 2012 at 8:30 pm, two couples were leaving BEEF O’BRADYS in Semmes when they were approached by an unknown black male wearing black clothing.  He was holding a handgun and demanded one of the ladies’ purses.  After struggling with the purse, the suspect fired a round from a .50 cal handgun and fled the scene in a WHITE SUV.   No one was injured at the time.   Below are pictures of a “person of interest” seen in store video using the stolen credit cards.  The credit cards were used in the GRELOT, KNOLLWOOD and HILLCREST ROAD area on the same night as the robbery.  At the time the credit cards were being used, the “person of interest” was seen driving  a FORD ESCAPE that is BLUE in color.

 

If you have any information about this crime, or can IDENTIFY the man or woman in this picture, please call MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE, 574-8633.

 

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

BLACK MONEY SCAM

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On Thursday, August 9, 2012, MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE special operations Deputies stopped a car in I-10 near the 3 mile marker for a traffic violation.  The Driver, CARL JENKINS, and passenger, MUSA KOROMA, stated they were going to Mobile from Gulfport, MS. to buy rims and tires.  MCSO K-9 unit was called the location and K-9 alerted on the vehicle.  Deputies opened the trunk of the car to find a black leather bag containing cotton balls, a baggie of white powder and brown glass bottle of unknown liquid and two stacks of black paper which were the same size as currency.

 

While Deputies interviewed the subjects the investigation revealed that the subjects were involved in ‘BLACK MONEY” scams.  The top bills in each stack were $20.00 and the next two bills were $100.00, while the remainder of the stack was black cardboard paper.  The currency was coated with a mixture of iodine, glue and water, which put a black coating on the currency.  The liquid in a water bottle found in the car was a mixture of crushed vitamin C and water.  The vitamin C & Water solution was put on the cotton balls and used to remove the black substance from the currency, giving the impression that all the paper was currency.

 

Both JENKINS and KOROMA denied ownership of the black bag or it’s contents and were released.  The case is pending and still under investigation at this time.

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