Clanton Police Department – The Clanton Announcer

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These incidents occurred between April 21 and 27.

April 21th

Possession of drug paraphernalia: Little John Road and Allen Drive, Clanton

First degree theft of property: 500 Block of 7th Street South, Clanton

Harassing communications: Clanton

April 22

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Second Degree Marijuana: Jasper Dennis/Logan Road, Clanton

Possession of a controlled substance, public intoxication, harassment: Goose Pond Park 7th Street, Clanton

Third Degree Lost and Found: 600 Block of Ollie Avenue, Clanton

April 23

Miscellaneous: Hopewell Drive, Clanton

Domestic Violence – Third Degree: 400 Block of Frances Avenue, Clanton

Larceny/Theft-Pickpocket under $500, Third Degree Criminal Trespass: Lewis Machine Co. Inc., Clanton

Second Degree Assault: 300 Block of Smith Street, Clanton

April 24

Unlawful Break and Enter into Vehicle, Third Degree Arson, Harassment: 2000 Block of Yellowleaf Road, Clanton

Harassment: 200 Block of 7th Street South, Clanton

Harassment: 5000 Block of County Road 41, Clanton

Criminal Trespass Third Degree: 2000 Block of Seventh Street South, Clanton

Possession of drug paraphernalia: Autumn Wood Drive, Clanton

Domestic Violence – Third Degree, Disorderly Conduct: Front Yard, Clanton

Stolen car recovered: Bahama Drama, Clanton

April 25

Possession of controlled substances, possession of drug paraphernalia: 2000 Lay Dam Road, Clanton

Pickpocketing/pocketing, $1,500 to $2,000: 5000 Block of County Road 41, Clanton

Second Degree Criminal Mischief: 2000 Big M Blvd, Clanton

Public intoxication, disorderly conduct: 300 Block of Arby Drive, Clanton

Public poisoning: 300 block of Ollie Avenue, Clanton

April 26

Fourth degree lost property theft: Walmart, Clanton

Possession of first degree counterfeit instrument, first degree theft of property (over $2,500): 100 Block of 7th Street South, Clanton

April 27

Larceny/pickpocketing, under $500: 1400 Block of 7th Street South, Clanton

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