Hale County Sheriff’s Report

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, May 31, 2005

March 8 – March 14

March 8

Reckless endangerment was reported on Sydney Lane in Gallion.

March 10

Robert Leon Brown, 69 of Greensboro, was arrested on charges of first-degree possession of marijuana and carrying a pistol without a permit.

Broderick Dewayne Brown, 25 of Tuscaloosa, was arrested on charges of having a delinquency order for third-degree burglary.

Third-degree assault was reported in a math class at Greensboro High School West Campus.

Harassment and disorderly conduct was reported at Sunshine High School.

March 11

Donald Edward Allen, 35 of Tuscaloosa, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence.

Willie Charles Spence, 41 of Moundville, was arrested on charges of public intoxication and failing to pay on improper passing.

Second-degree assault was reported on County Road 16.

Second-degree assault and first-degree criminal mischief was reported at the intersection of Highway 14 and County Road 17.

March 12

Emma Ward, 67 of Greensboro, was arrested on charges of third-degree theft of property.

James Eugene Ray, 19 of Atmore, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence.

Third-degree domestic violence and third-degree criminal mischief was reported on County Road 39 in Newbern.

Second-degree criminal mischief was reported when a mailbox, pole, and two metal trashcans were reported damaged.

Third-degree assault was reported on Ash drive in Faunsdale.

March 13

Erica Michelle Brown, 20 of Greensboro, was arrested on charges of third-degree theft of property.

Willie Smith, 45 of Sawyerville, was arrested on charges of third-degree assault.

Harassment was reported on Pine Hill Road in Greensboro.

Second-degree theft of property was reported at the carport on Lynn’s Lane when a car tag, two brick Vanguard heaters, and a green Army duffle bag were reported missing.

Third-degree assault was reported at the Country Store next to the Sawyerville post office.

Second-degree criminal mischief was reported on County Road 7 when a front headlight, fender, door, and rearview mirror were reported damaged.

First-degree theft of property was reported on County Road 17 in Greensboro when 1,500 pounds of copper pipe, 20-foot sections and fittings, and four car rims were reported missing.

March 14

Antonio Marcel Brown, 39 of Tuscaloosa, was arrested on charges of failing to pay for driving under the influence.

Ronnie Edwards Weeks, 23 of Tuscaloosa, was arrested on charges of failing to appear for loud music, failing to appear for suspended license, and failing to appear for speeding.

Burglary was reported on County Road 16 in Newbern when a radio was reported missing.

Second-degree criminal mischief was reported on Fourth Avenue when a window on the side of a Ford minivan was reported damaged.

Menacing was reported on Mount Olive Road in Gallion.

Harassment was reported on Mount Olive Road in Gallion.

Theft of property and burglary was reported on County Road 46 in Newbern when a Samsung camcorder, gold ring, DVD player and portable DVD player were reported missing.