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: 

JAMES JOHNSON     

 Arrested for 6 outstanding traffic warrants:   

  

Driving while suspended    

Running stop sign     

Failure to register a vehicle     

No insurance     

DUI     

No Insurance   

Issued Traffic Citations issued for: Switched Tag, and Driving while suspended 

ALEXANDER LARSON FISCHER    

 Arrested for Public Lewdness 

BRITTANY MARIE FORD  

Arrested for Possession of a Precursor Chemical

DONNA SHARRELL WEAVER

 Arrested for Possession of a Precursor Chemical 

LARUS EARL WEAVER 

Arrested for Possession of a Precursor Chemical, Warrant- Mount Vernon Police Department 

LAURA ANNIE BOHANON

 Arrested for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Issued a Traffic Citation for: Failure to signal a turn 

TERRE LYNN DOUGLAS 

Arrested for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 

WENDY MARIE DEWBERRY STONE

 Arrested for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 

LISA BROADUS 

Arrested for a Warrant from Citronelle Police Department 

JAMES HARRELL

 Arrested for Possession of a Precursor Chemical 

BRYAN LEE GRIFFIN 

Arrested for Possession of a Precursor Chemical 

TERRY SHELTON FRAZIER 

Issued a Traffic Citation for: Seat belt violation 

RENEE SELTZER,

Issued Traffic Citations for: Driving without first obtaining a license and Seat belt Violation 

RICHARD LOWREY  

Issued a Traffic Citation for: No Seat Belt 

LARRY PRATHER 

Issued a Traffic Citation for: Open container/alcohol in a vehicle 

ROY HOLLINGHEAD 

Issued a Traffic Citation for: No vehicle tag 

KIMBERLY ENGLETT

Issued a Traffic Citation for: Driving with an expired drivers license 

DENISE ANNE MCCARTHY (aka THOMAS ALLEN SMITH)  

Issued a Traffic Citation for: Driving while suspended 

DONNA KILPATRICK 

Issued Traffic Citations for: No child restraint, Open container/alcohol in a vehicle, Driving while license suspended

Due to medical condition, a Warrant will be signed for:

MARY LOU BEDINGFIELD, w/f, dob 02-18

For Possession of a Controlled Substance/Lortab

Bedingfield was issued a Traffic Citation for: Driving while revoked

Investigators with the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, working in conjunction with the Mississippi State Troopers, arrested the following individuals: 

KELVIN WILLIAM BROADUS

Arrested for Possession of a Methamphetamine Precursor with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine

(Broadus was on Parole with the Mississippi Department of Corrections) 

GARY ELVIS STIGLET 

Arrested for Conspiracy to Possess a Precursor Chemical with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine

Tampering with evidence

(Stiglet was on Probation with the Mississippi Department of Corrections) 

JOHN WAYNE STEWART 

Arrested for Conspiracy to Manufacture a Controlled Substance 

Stewart was issued Traffic Citations for Improper Equipment and Driving with a Suspended Drivers License

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

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 Precursor Drug

LINDSAY MANIC, W/F, DOB 03-08-81

       Possession of a Precursor Drug

FLOYD RIVERS, W/M, DOB 10-28-77

       Possession of a Precursor Drug

JAMES MCARTHUR, W/M, DOB 05-31-76

       Possession of a Precursor Drug

ALBERT PRINE, W/M, DOB 06-09-74

       Possession of a Precursor Drug

       Felony Probation Violation Warrant

JOSEPH WHITE, W/M, 07-25-75

       Possession of a Precursor Drug

CORY WEAVER, w/M, DOB 09-22-92

       Possession of a Precursor Drug

RODERICK RUGGS, B/M, DOB

       Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

RAYMOND HAYWOOD, B/M, DOB 07-21-86

       Possession of a Precursor Drug

RODERICK OVERSTREET, B/M, DOB 

       Possession of a Precursor Drug

GARY MABIEN, B/M, DOB 04-08-68

       Possession of a Precursor Drug 

CRYSTAL LAMBERT, W/F, DOB 11-08-91

       Warrant for Assault 3rd Degree

 

As a part of the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office Meth Initiative, a countywide database of all pharmacies and stores that sell the medicines that contain ephedrine and pseudoephedrine has been established.  Sheriff’s investigators have used the database to identify persons illegally purchasing these products for the manufacturing of methamphetamine.

 

The Meth Initiative, designed by the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office, targets meth users and manufactures through three areas of focus: Enforcement, Compliance and Education.

 

To report Meth, text the word “meth” to 839863 (“textme”) or call 574-8633.

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

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.

 

The investigation revealed that the following two stores sold alcohol to the minor:

 

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

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

 

 

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

 

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

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

3.     A.B.C. Store, 6941 Bellingrath Rd.  Theodore, Al.

4.     Compac, 6963 Swedetown Rd.  Theodore, Al.

5.     Bairefield’s Quick Stop, 6831 Hwy. 90  St. Elmo, Al.

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

7.     Driskell’s General Store, 8989 Hwy. 90  St. Elmo, Al.

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

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

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

11.GB, 12646 Hwy. 188  Grand Bay, Al.

12.Minute Mart, 12600 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.Texaco, 9175 Grand Bay Wilmer Rd.  Grand Bay, Al.

18.C-Pac, 8755 Grand Bay Wilmer Rd.  Grand Bay, Al.

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

20.Ruby’s, 10191 Old Pascagoula Rd.  Irvington, Al.

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

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

23.Jake’s Place, 7350 Old Pascagoula Rd.  Theodore, Al.

24.Mobile Expressway, 6075 Old Pascagoula Rd.  Theodore, Al.

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

MCSO undercover narcotic investigation leads to four being arrested

On December 8, 2011 The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office conducted an undercover operation which resulted in the arrest of four people; RAY JOSE WILLS, DONALD FRANKCARTER, CHRISTOPHER ANTONIO CARTER, and BRITTNEY  LEWON REED.  The investigation focused on subjects attempting to illegally possess pseudoephedrine.

 

As a part of the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office Meth Initiative, a countywide database of all pharmacies and stores that sell the medicines that contain ephedrine and pseudoephedrine has been established. Sheriff’s investigators have used the database to identify persons illegally purchasing these products for the manufacturing of methamphetamine.

 

The Meth Initiative, designed by the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office, targets meth users and manufactures through three areas of focus:  Enforcement, Compliance and Education.

 

To report Meth, text the word “meth” to 839863 (“textme”) or call 574-8633.

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

Two adults arrested with manufacturing with four children inside home

On December 6, 2011 Mobile County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at a residence on Thornhill Circle and arrested JESSICA LEIGH MOREE and WILLIAM EDWARD MORGAN, JR.  The search warrant was a result of several anonymous tips given to the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office.

 

MCSO Narcotic Deputies arrived at the residence around 6:45 pm and found a working meth lab, drug paraphernalia, marijuana and four children under the age of 12 years old.  MORGAN was also running a tattoo parlor out of the residence.

 

MCSO Deputies stated that two of the children were also present in their father’s home, Kenneth Sikes, when he was arrested back in August for manufacturing meth at his residence in Wilmer.  DHR was notified by the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office. The children were turned over to relatives.

 

The Meth initiative, designed by the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office, targets meth users and manufactures through three areas of focus:  Enforcement, Compliance and Education.

 

To report meth, text the word “meth” to 839863 (“textme”) or call 574-8633.

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