Sunday, May 6, the Alma Police Department arrested Branden John Wells, 26 of Alma, for theft by taking after Wells reportedly stole a bicycle on E. 19th St.
Monday afternoon, May 7, APD arrested Kathy Smith, 49 of Alma, on outstanding probation warrants following a traffic stop on S. Pierce St.
Tuesday, May 8, the Appling County Sheriff’s Office recovered the trailer stolen from a Myra St. address on May 2. APD and ACSO investigators are currently trying to locate the persons believed to be responsible for the trailer theft.
MAY 10 ARRESTS:
APD arrested Chelsea Renee Morgan, 26 of Alma, for battery and cruelty to children-3rd degree. Morgan’s arrest followed an incident at a local business on Tuesday, May 8.
APD arrested Jason Jerrideau, 33 of Alma, for criminal trespass at FNB South. Jerrideau was arrested on April 23rd for the same offense.
APD arrested Sherita Strozier, 34 of Alma, for stalking following several incidents of Strozier reportedly harassing and stalking another.
APD arrested Linda Williamson, 30 of Baxley, for (2) counts of possession of a schedule IV controlled substance and probation warrants out of Appling County. Williamson’s arrest followed a complaint of an unresponsive person inside a vehicle behind Parker’s Food Mart on W. 12th St.
APD stopped a vehicle on W. 12th St. for an equipment violation. Lola Mae Tanner, 59 of Douglas, was arrested for driving with a suspended driver’s license.
APD stopped a vehicle on W. 4th St. for running a stop sign. Mack Allen Taylor, 19 of Alma, was arrested for misdemeanor possession of marijuana, possession of drug-related objects, and failure to stop at a stop sign.
Friday night, May 11, APD arrested Jonequia Evette Jackson, 29 of Alma, on probation warrants.
- Alma PD, GBI, other agencies make arrests in murder case
- Alma Black Light Extravaganza coming to FBC Douglas
- Alma police still looking for Willie Frank Wooden, suspect foul play
- APD announce arrests for the week of Sept 2, charges ranging from disorderly conduct to burglary
- APD announce arrests for the week of August 20, charges ranging from loitering to DUI