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PAGE 2 THE FLORALA NEWS- WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 2011 Florala Police Department ARREST REPORT The Florala Police Department made the following arrests for the week of July 12-18 as follows: James Franklin - public intoxication, domestic violence 3rd Rey0na Waters - public intoxication, domestic violence 3rd Chancellor Matthews - warrants from Coffee County Gary Acevers - violation of probation (warrant) Kenneth Gore - theft of property 3rd Charlie Chavis - possession of" controlled sub- stance, possession of drug paraphernalia Marcy Schofield - failure to appear (warrant) American Red Cross Together, we sere o tge Donate CU In an effort to control expenses at Greenwood Cemetery, the water has been cut off. Summertime watering due to drought has caused the water bill at the cemetery to become an expenses that the board cannot control. Rather than increase the annual fee of $35.00 per lot, it was felt that this service would be terminated. The Florala Utility Board was contacted in hopes of free water, but was unable to obtain it. ency pu by Jan AUred Recently, a multi-agen- cy roundup put nearly 30 county residents in jail on charges ranging from drugs to firearm possession. The roundup, which was coordi- nated by the 22nd Judicial Circuit Drug Task Force, was the.result of an eight- month undercover operation that involved 13 law enforce- ment agencies. DTF Commander Mark Odom said the arrests were a result of DTF agents be- ing able to record buys using an undercover officer hired [liiJ [i i iiiiihU ! i!iiiil ii! i ill! and trained by the Andalu- [i J ii] sic Police Department. The roundup was funded by the Ijii ii i !ii: :ii : :: ii: iii ii:i :iii ii :ii!iiiiiii;ii!ii ii! ! 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Writing and Grammar 3 3:00-4:15P TR I Art History: Pre-Renaissance 3 5:00-6:15P MW I Introduction to Humanities 3 6:30-9:00P W I Introduction to Philosophy 3 6:30-8:55P M I !; ':',i ',i:'::':: ARH2050 76205 HUM1020 76223 PHI2010 77675 iii i; iiiiii! i!i!i!iiiiiii iiiiiii?iiiiiili i!ii!i: MAC1105 76225 College Algebra 3 5:00-6:15P . MW I MACI 11477201 Trigonometry 3 3:30-5:05P TR 3 MAC1140 77170 Pre-Calculus Algebra 3 3:30-6:05P . TR 2 MATOOIB 77779 College Prep Math I 3 8:00-I0:55A MW 2 MATO018 76226 College Prep Math I 3 5:00-6:10P TR I MATO028 76227 College Prep Math II 4 6:30-B:OSP TR I MATO028 77780 College Prep Math 4 8:00-I0:50A MW 3 MAT1033A76229 Intermediate Algebra 4 6:30-8:10P MW I MAT1033A77781 Intermediate Algebra 4 11:00A-12:40P MW I i i', il i i ! :: i eH s . !i i :i i.:: i;: iiiii iiiii iiiiiii:i i i iii*i iii i i:i:ii iiiii : i!!ii !: ii iiiM i:i:i :: :i iii : iii:!ii::/ i ii:i::! i iiii i iii BSCIO05 76206 General Biology 4 4:30-6:10P MW I CHMI02S 77632 Chemical Science 4 8:30-I0:IOA MW I EVS1001C76220 Environmental Science 4 6:15-8:15P MW I AMH2010 77601 American History I 3 6:30-9:00P M I EDFIO05 76211 Introduction toTeach Prof 3 6:30-9:00P W I GEAIO00 77651 World Geography 3 3:00-5:30P M I P0S1041 76232 American Government 3 6:30-9:00P W I PSY2012 77202,Psychology 3 6:30-9:10P T 3 SLS1101 76236 College Success 3 6:30-9:00P M I SLS1101 76237 College Success 3 10:00-I I:ISA TR I SLS1101 77171 College Success 3 3:30-6:10P T 3 SPC1608 77856 Speech 3 6:00-8:25P T I WOH1022 77735 World Civilization II 3 3:30-5:55P W I the DTF. As a result of the investigation, 36 warrants were issued for 27 people. Odom said people were ar- rested for marijuana, pills and cocaine, with the ma- jority of charges being for distribution adding that some arrested will face fed- eral gun and drug charges. According to Odom, 49 of- ricers from Andalusia, Opp, Ozark, Dothan, Greenville, and Brewton police depart- ments; the Alabama Bever- age Control Board; Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms; the Covington County District Attorney's ,Office: Coving- ton County Sheriffs Office and the county's IRT team all participated in the raid. Officers were divided into teams to serve warrants throughout the county. Covington County Dis- trict Attorney Walt Merrell said, "The citizens of C0v- ington County can breathe a little easier today. Dozens of predators have been tak- en off the streets. They've preyed on the. young, the weak, and the afflicted for long enough. The act of selling drugs is sub human, and we won't tolerate it. Predators belong in a cage and that's where we intend to put anyone who sells drugs. The citizens can thank the hard working and dedicated men of the DTF for initiat- ing these cases. We will fin- ish what has been started here today, rest assured." The following individu- als were arrested, or have outstanding warrants for ~heir arrests, in a round-up operation Wednesday that followed almost a year-long undercover investigation: Abdul Shakur, 39, for two counts of distribution of a controlled substance and held on a $1 million bond. Letterron D. Brannon, 35, for distribution of a con- trolled substance and held on a $200,000 bond. Joshua K. Kozlowski, 18, for distribution of a con- trolled substance and held on a $200,000 bond. Marcus Dorsey, 30, for two counts of distribution of a controlled substance and held on a $400,000 bond. Juanita Bleichroth, 42, for distribution of a con- trolled substance, first-de- gree possession of marijua- na and possession of drug paraphernalia and held on a $213,000 bond. Sara Ann Butler, 31, for two counts of failure to appear and held without bond. Leo Mock, 71, for dis- tribution of a controlled substance and held on a $200,000 bond. Billy J. Heath, 29, for two counts of distribution of a controlled substance, second-degree possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia and held on a $410,500 bond. Joseph Atkinson, 38, for two counts of distribution of a controlled substance and held on a $400,000 bond. Christopher Morrison, 25, for failure to appear and held without bond. Billy M. Austin, 57, for distribution of a controlled substance and held on a $200,000 bond. William D. King, 33, for distribution of a controlled substance and held on. a $200,000 bon -. ' for conspiracy to distribtite a controlled substance and held on a $200,000 bond. Richard Capie, 38, for distribution of a controlled substance and held" on a $200,000 bond. Arthur Hunter, 42, distribution of a controlled substance and held on a $200,000 bond. Demario White, 20, for distribution of a controlled substance and second-de- gree possession of marijua- na and held on a $200,000 bond. Zachary Chambers, 19, for possession of marijuana and possession of drug par- aphernalia and held on a $13,000 bond. Danny Riley, 26, on a grand jury indictment and held on a $100,000 bond. Jason Mostly, 22, for two counts of distribution of a controlled substance and held on a $400,000 bond. Gregory Stewart, 34, for three counts of distribution of a controlleti substance and held on a $600,000 bond. Darryl McDonald, 46, for probation violation and held without bond. Joshua Ball, 29, for two counts of distribution of a controlled substance and held on a $400,000 bond. Odessius L. Bryantl 21, for distribution of a con- trolled substance and held on a $200,000 bond. Richard M. Mock, 23, for distribution of a con- trolled substance and held on a $200,000 bond. Amy Spicer, 20, for fail- ure to appear and held on a $506 cash bond. Andrew Bleichroth, 46, for distribution of a con- trolled substance, first-de- gree possession of marijua- na, and possession of drug pa ,r.a.p,h, ern, afi : and held on a $213,000 bond. Patrick David Iseman, 26, for distribution of a con- trolled substance and held on a $200,000 bond. IL FROM .FRONT son said. He thanked Representatives Mike Jones and Jimmy Holley for all their efforts to ensure Lake Jackson would remain open and accessible to residents of Florala and tourists. The state had received a $40,376 bid on the bathroom project and the city's part would be $20,188 and could be paid with bond money because it is on state property. Williamson said he .didn't have an issue with drawing up a contract that includes protection on the city's investment and would require some type of reimbursement to the city should the park ever close. The state said it will be cheaper to build new bathrooms than make the current "ones handicapped accessible. In other business the council: approved the minutes from the June 13, 2011 meeting. voted to pay the accounts payable. May- or Robert Williamson informed the council the bill at the Kiwanis Park had been more than usual because it was being used by the Paxton Dixie Youth. He said the league re- imbursed the city $200 for electricity. voted to replace the city's sign on the fence at Florala High School. Williamson said the city received a request from the Florala Sport's Club to purchase a new sign to replace current weather worn sign for $150. voted to appropriate $500 to the South Central Mental Health Center. According to the South Central Mental Health Cen- ter, they provided mental health services to 149 residents of Florala. voted to spend $418.65 to purchase a flag for each municipal building. William- son said he realizes some may feel spend- ing money on a city flag may not be reasonable but he feels it is a mat- ter of pride. The flags will be green and have the city seal and name The flags are $68 and will fly at all six mu- nicipal buildings. voted to look into the cost of providing continuing mainte- nance at FCMS. voted to begin the process of entering into a new lease with the Covington County Board Of Education for the Kiwanis's Park. The city currently pays for the lights, water and maintenance. Wil- liamson said he feels the city needs a lease in place for its protection. He told the council the old lease was for $1 per year.