MCSO ARREST FIVE FOR DRUGS, GUNS AND STOLEN PROPERTY

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Today, February 11, 2014, The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office executed several search warrants that resulted in (5) arrest and approximately $75,000.00 to $80,000.00 in stolen property.  Below are the names of the people arrested along with their addresses and charges:

 

LAKISHA MONIQUE MCCOVERY

KAWARREN DECREA PUGH

9880 Mose Circle, Lot #1

Theodore, Alabama 36582

CHARGES

Trafficking Drugs (Synthetic Poison);  Possession of a Controlled substance (Crack); Chemical Endangerment of a Child (2 counts each); ( Possession of Marijuana 2nd;  Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

SEIZED PROPERTY

(6) Televisions

Game Consoles

Blu Ray Players

KAWARREN PUGH has (3) prior felony convictions.  Two weapons were recovered from his home.

 

PAMELA FRANKLIN

9581 McLeod Road, Lot #1

CHARGES

Possession of a Controlled substance (crack), (2) chemical endangerment of child.

 

JOHN MARSHALL

LEONA MARSHALL

10567 Crossley Hill Drive

Grand Bay, Alabama  36541

CHARGES

Trafficking Drugs (Synthetic Poison),  Possession of a controlled substance (cocaine), Possession of marijuana 1st, Chemical Endangerment of a Child, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

SEIZED PROPERTY

3 Assault rifles, 1 rifle, 3 handguns, 1 shotgun and an untold amount of recovered stolen property from Marshall’s house and storage unit.

 

 

 

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

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   On December 22, 2013, the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office responded to Exxon Gas Station located at 6300 Lott Road Eight Mile, Alabama, for a commercial robbery. Witness stated at approximately 3:48 am, a black male subject walked into the store and requested a pack of Newport cigarettes.  The Clerk handed the male the cigarettes and he told her he needed money for Christmas.  The clerk noticed a black handgun lying on the counter and he demanded all the money from the register.  After receiving the money, he walked to the beer cooler, removed a beer and left the business.

 

The Robber is described as a black male, approximately 6’2, 205gpounds.  He was wearing a black “dew rag” on his head, black shirt, black pants and black/white shoes.  According to store video, he fled in an early 90’s model white Chevrolet Camaro with black hood.  He fled with forty-one dollars from the register and one cold beer. 

 

While MCSO deputy was finishing the Exxon Robbery, Dispatch notified him of an individual robbery that occurred at 9515 Lott Road, Chunchula, Alabama.  The victim stated she was delivering papers to the store when a vehicle pulled in behind her to prevent her from leaving.  A black male exited the vehicle and introduced himself as “Ladarius”.  He made small talk and then put a black handgun to her head demanding money.  The victim took $130.00 dollars from her purse and handed to the suspect.  He returned to his car, a white Chevrolet Camaro, and left the scene southbound on Lott Road.   The victim described the subject the same as in previous robbery, black male, 6’2, and black “dew rag” on his head.  The victim said there was another person in the vehicle but she could not provide a full description other than a black male.

 

If anyone has any information on this crime, please contact MOBILE COUNTUY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 574-8633 or go to our website http://www.mobileso.com/report-a-crime/.

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

Sister sets up other sister on drug buy

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On December 22, 2013 Mobile County Sheriff’s Office went to 5000 block of Huron Drive in response to an anonymous tip referencing drug activity.  MCSO Narcotics, k-9 unit, Patrol and major crimes arrived at the Huron Drive address and found JENNIFER TROTTER running from the back of the residence.

 

MCSO captured TROTTER and found 13 ½ grams of cocaine in her purse.  TROOTER cooperated with narcotics investigators and said that she had received the cocaine from her sister, ANGELA WASHINGTON.  Inside TROTTER’S residence were 18 packs of spice (poisonous marijuana) also said to belong to WASHINGTON.

 

MCSO set up a buy between the sisters.  WASHINGTON delivered cocaine and Spice to TROTTER’S residence and then tried to flee the scene once she discovered Narcotic Deputies.  WASHINGTON was captured and Deputies seized additional cocaine, Spice and $24,500.00 in cash that was inside her vehicle.

 

JENNIFER TROTTER and ANGELA WASHINGTON were taken to Metro Jail for Trafficking Cocaine and Trafficking controlled substance.

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

LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON A FIRE THAT WAS SET TO THE AREA OF 188 AT HERON BAY LOOP

On December 19, 2013, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call of a fire that was located in a large section of the woods on HWY 188 at Heron Bay Loop.  Kevin Quallls, Alabama Port Volunteer Fire Department, says that his Fire Department has been called to the area everyday this week in reference to small fires being deliberately set.  A white male on a four wheeler has been seen at one of the fire locations.  As firefighters tried to approach the male he fled the scene.  If anyone has any information about this crime, please contact the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office, 574-8633.  You may also send us information anonymously thru our website, www.mobileso.com.  On the top right corner of the website, you may click CRIME TIPS, and place information about this or any other crime that you may have information about.

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

Meth Lab found beside bed where 1 year old sleeps

 

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On December 4, 2013, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at 9315 Nursery Road for stolen property.  While searching the property, it was discovered that there were THREE (3) active meth labs on the premises.  An additional meth lab was found but was not active 

 

MCSO seized over 250 grams of meth, four (4) stolen televisions, a kindle, and other additional items that had been reported stolen

 

JOHN HICKS and AMBER TRAWICK HICKS were charged with two (2) counts of chemical endangerment to a child.  Deputies said that one of the ACTIVE meth labs was found beside the bed where the one year old sleeps.  Both children were taken from the home and given to a family member.

 

JOHN HICKS was also charged earlier this year with manufacturing meth and manufacturing controlled substance 1st degree.

 

The Meth Initiative began in 2008 by Sheriff Sam Cochran.  The program targets meth users through three areas of focus:  ENFORCEMENT, COMPLIANCE AND EDUCATION.

 

Citizens can text information about meth to 839863.  You may also go to our website, www.mobileso.com.

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