TWO PEOPLE ROBBED AT GUN POINT

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On March 28, 2014, at approximately 6:00AM, the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office received a call from John Stork advising he and his girlfriend (Lyndsey McClendon) were robbed at gun point of their 1995 Ford Explorer.  The suspects are SHELDON LEE ELLIS “TURK”, and WILLIAM CARL ROBINSON, both known by victim.  John Stork (victim) said he received a call from “Turk” (suspect)  having vehicle trouble near Old Pascagoula/Schoener Road and needing assistance.  When Stork and McClendon arrived to assist, ROBINSON pulled a shotgun and demanded their vehicle.  ELLIS/TURK took possession of the pistol inside the Explorer and demanded they leave their vehicle.  Both suspects fled the scene;  TURK  driving the Explorer (victim’s) and ROBINSON driving a white van (Turk’s vehicle).   After receiving call from 911, a pursuit initiated near Airport/Newman Road.  The pursuit ended near Airport/Ashton Road with “TURK” wrecking the explorer and fleeing on foot.

 

WILLIAM CARL ROBINSON was located at house on Ashton Road and arrested for Robbery 1st.  ROBINSON has provided a full confession and told MCSO Detectives that the robbery is drug related.  Currently MCSO patrol/special operation units are in the area of Newman road searching for the second suspect SHELDON LEE ELLIS “TURK”.  The shotgun and pistol have been recovered.
If anyone would like to provide information on this case or to the whereabouts of SHELDON LEE ELLIS “TURK”, please contact MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 574-8633 or go to http://www.mobileso.com/report-a-crime/

 

 

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

Man found shot in Coden, MCSO seeking information

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At approximately 5:30 pm this afternoon, March 18, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office was called to Jemison Convenience Store, Coden, for a man shot in the hip.  The 28 year old white male was taken to a local hospital and treated for a non-life threatening injury.

MCSO Detectives are looking for information about the shooting.  The Victim is uncooperative with authorities.   If anyone has information about this crime please call 574-8633.  You may also go to our website, http://www.mobileso.com/report-a-crime/ and report anonymously.

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

MCSO arrest 7 people for trafficking crystal meth

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The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office executed multiple search warrants at various locations in Mobile County that resulted in the arrest of several individuals for charges relating to the Trafficking of Crystal Methamphetamine and other drug related crimes.
The operation resulted in the seizure of the following; *14.5 ounces of Crystal Methamphetamine, 200 pseudoephedrine pills, 3 ounces of Marijuana and a various assortment of prescription drugs. MCSO Deputies also seized approximately $9,000.00 cash.

Thomas Jason Strickland DOB 07/10/81
Calvin James Monceaux DOB 06/30/77
Candice Lynn Clark DOB 03/19/77
Tamara Jeaninne Turner DOB 05/29/63
Joseph Hayward Weaver DOB 12/04/71
Jeffery Scott Marks DOB 09/05//74
Jeri Michelle Marks DOB 07/05/72

* Total street value of the 14.5 ounces of meth approximately $15,000.00

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

METH TEXT leads to arrest of three. MCSO is still looking for two that fled, JUSTIN BOLES and HEIDI HANCOCK.

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Mobile County Sheriff’s Office received information from a METH TEXT complaint which led Deputies to 2058 Old Shell Road where they found 12 active Meth labs, 16 salt generators and approximately $5,000 to $6,000 worth of meth oils.

 

MCSO also received information that JUSTIN BOLES was at the Old Shell Road address.  JUSTIN BOLES has several felony warrants.  While Deputies were attempting to serve the warrants, BOLES and several others locked themselves in a bedroom.  After Deputies gained entrance into the home, everyone fled from the home.  Deputies caught and arrested three subjects; THOMAS J. BENTLEY, ALEXANDER J. CAMERON and BRITAIN A. ABSTON.  All three were charged with; Manufacturing controlled substance 1st degree, Trafficking meth, Possession narcotic paraphernalia, Use/possession drug paraphernalia and Possession controlled substance.

 

MCSO is still looking for JUSTIN BOLES and HEIDI HANCOCKJUSTIN currently has (4) outstanding warrants; Trafficking meth, Unlawful manufacturing of controlled substance, Probation revocation (burglary 3rd) and Domestic Violence 3rd.  Additional warrants were signed today for Manufacturing controlled substance 1st degree, Trafficking meth, Possession narcotic paraphernalia, Use/possession drug paraphernalia and Possession controlled substance.  Warrants were signed on HEIDI HANCOCK for Manufacturing controlled substance 1st degree, Trafficking meth, Possession narcotic paraphernalia, Use/possession drug paraphernalia and Possession of controlled substance.

 

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

MCSO arrested three men from New York heading to NOLA to sell Candy at Mardi Gras

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Today, February 24, 2014, MOBILE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE stopped three men on I-10 Westbound heading for New Orleans.  MCSO Deputies said the car was pulled over for a traffic violation around 8:00 am  at the 4mile marker on I-10.   When the Deputy approached the vehicle he could immediately smell marijuana coming from the inside.  The three men were taken to MCSO Southside Substation where they were questioned and met by Narcotic Deputies.  Items found inside the vehicle were; marijuana, drug paraphernalia, oil, hash, Ectasy pills and several homemade candy on sticks believed to be laced with drugs.  AARON DAVID PESKOWITZ, DOUGLAS EDWARD BOEHLERT and SCOTT KENNETH SCHRADER were arrested and transported to Mobile Metro Jail.  All three were arrested for Use/Possession of drug paraphernalia, Possession Marijuana 2nd, trafficking illegal drugs and trafficking marijuana.  They are originally from the New York Area.

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