Antwan Odom

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

At approximately 4:30 am, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office responded to 104 Freedom Lane, Irvington for a report of someone being shot.

 

MCSO Deputies arrived and found the victim, ANTWAN DEON ODOM, had been shot in the upper right thigh.  He was taken to a local hospital and his injury is not life threatening.

 

The suspectentered the residence through an unlocked door and went into the victim’s bedroom and fired two shots with a .410 shotgun.  The first shot hit the wall and the second shot struck the victim.

 

Currently, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office is looking for TONY GILDERSLEEVE as a suspect.  If anyone has information please contact MCSO at 574-8633.

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

Deputies found

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

On August 15, 2011 Mobile County Sheriff’s Office stopped a vehicle from Texas, at the intersection of County farm road and McDonald road on a traffic violation.  Deputies saw what appeared to be narcotics under the front passengers seat.  The driver, FRANK ABSTON, gave permission for Deputies to search his vehicle.  Deputies found 1.16 pounds of cocaine and additional 5 grams of cocaine inside a Black Crown Royal bag.
In addition to the driver FRANK ABSTON, there were two other passengers, WALTER LEE HODGES JR. and DARINESHA RAY who were also traveling in the car from Texas. 
FRANK ABSTON had over $33,000.00 in cash in his possession and WALTER LEE HODGES JR. had $1,680.00.  Both men where arrested and taken to Metro Jail and charged with trafficking cocaine.  DARNISHA RAY was not arrested.
As a result of the Investigations on ABSTON and HODGES, MCSO went to 11355 Moores Lane with a search warrant and arrested MICHAEL TRENELL WILLIAMS for trafficking cocaine.  
MCSO Deputies found ½ kilo of cocaine, a rifle, shotgun, and four pistols.  In addition to the guns and drugs deputies found over $7,000.00 in cash. The investigation is ongoing. 

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

Mobile County Sheriff Sam Cochran

METH TEXT
Mobile County Sheriff Sam Cochran has teamed up with Thomas “Moose” Praytor to promote the highly successful text programs of the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office. “Advertising, marketing and public relations play an important roll with our Text Programs,” says Sheriff Sam Cochran.  “This is how we create awareness about them in our community.”
The Meth Text Program began in 2008.  The Meth Initiative targets meth users and manufactures through three areas of focus:  Enforcement; e-mail alerts and databases allow law enforcement to immediately act on tips, Compliance; a computerized pharmacy system tracks purchases of ephedrine/pseudoephedrine, and Education; advertising and marketing materials that boost results while educating the public.
THUG TEXT
In November of 2010, the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office introduced THUGTEXT, (Targeting Hoodlums Using Guns) as their latest program in fighting Crime.  “It is illegal for a felon to have a gun,” says Sheriff Cochran.  “ Making sure they abide by that law is a very important part of fighting crime in Mobile County.”
If your text leads to an arrest, the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office will offer you a $500 reward for your help.  It is a safe, quiet and confidential way to report a crime.
For more information on METHTEXT or THUGTEXT go to our website www.mobileso.com

MAX FORCE RACING L.L.C.
Max Force Racing started in 1998 with Tommy Praytor becoming one of Mobile International Speedway’s oldest rookies at 37 years old.  The team grew and success quickly followed.  Tommy’s son, Thomas (Moose) caught the racing bug and joined Max Force Racing.
Since its inception, Max Force Racing has won a State Championship, a track Championship, 3 US Army Rookie of the Year titles and over 70 wins.  Sponsors for Max Force Racing are Ken Stabler’s Legend Cellars Wine and G-Force Racing Gear the moose is loose. To follow the races go to www.maxforceracing.com

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

REMAINS IDENTIFIED ON HENDERSON CAMP ROAD

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office has received POSITIVE IDENTIFICATION on the remains found on Henderson Camp Road.  The identity is TAMMY STOKES.

 

MCSO also has in custody and is charging ISAAC ISAHAS WASHINGTON DOB (6/25/1977) for the murder of TAMMY STOKES.


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

Paster is tased and church gets involved in fight….

On August 7, 2011, the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office was called to NEW WELCOME BAPTIST CHURCH, 8670 BOE ROAD, for an assault on the Pastor.

 

The Pastor, DARYL RILEY, told the minister of music, SIMONE MOORE, that he was no longer needed for his position and handed him his final paycheck.  MOORE disagreed with the amount of the check and an argument erupted when MOORE tased RILEY with a Taser gun. 

 

Several church members were involved in the fight including AGOLIA MOORE, Simone’s mother, who was stabbed by one of the deacons, HARVEY HUNT.

All members that participated in the fight were treated and released from a local hospital.

 

A warrant for assault 2nd was signed on SIMONE MOORE for tasing RILEY and a warrant for assault 3rd has been signed on HARVEY HUNT for stabbing AGOLIA MOORE.

 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT LORI MYLES 574-6397

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