Arrests from Oct. 27- Nov. 2

Published 8:25am Tuesday, November 6, 2012

The following individuals were arrested and charged by the Madison Police Department from Oct. 27-Nov. 2:

Oct. 27

–Karen Denise Brooks, Madison, driving under the influence (alcohol and controlled substances)

Oct. 28

–Chrispine June Oremo, Madison, driving under influence (alcohol)

–Rauney Leroy Mitchell, Madison, driving under influence (alcohol)

Oct. 29

–Samuel Lee Brown, Madison, violation of probation

–Kristen Leann Kingsbury, Huntsville, violation of probation

–Tre Michael Smith, Madison, attempting to flee or elude police officer

–Jarious Devontaye Oneal, Madison, burglary third-degree force-residence, theft from residence second-degree, attempting to flee or elude police officer

–Ezra Hines, Madison, failure to pay

–Richard Perry Cantrell, Madison, failure to appear traffic

Oct. 30

–Kelly Jean Jacobs, Madison, bail-jumping second-degree (two counts), theft of services (three counts)/deception

–Irish Antonio Pryor, Madison, theft misc. third-degree

–Kyle Douglas Owen, Madison, bail-jumping second-degree, violation of a domestic violence order

–Brooke Lynn Cortelyou, Madison, theft from public building third-degree

–Georgette Marquis Mccaney, Madison, domestic violence by strangulation or suffocation assault, attempting to flee or elude police officer

–Brian Lee Lewis, Huntsville, violation of probation

Oct. 31

–Michael Alan Thorn, Madison, driving under influence-alcohol

–Alvin Vernon Hopkins, Madison, failure to appear

–Lauren Elizabeth Eades, Huntsville, receiving stolen property second-degree

–Markisha Antionette Greene, Huntsville, failure to appear traffic

–Paula Michelle Davis, Huntsville, violation of probation (two counts)

Nov. 1

–David Lamar Stokes, Madison, violation of probation

–Larry Lee Schelling, Huntsville, burglary third-degree force-residence (two counts), burglary third-degree no-force-residence, theft from residence first-degree (two counts)

Nov. 2

–Malina Johns D Crowe, Huntsville, violation of probation

–Daniel Cecil Childress, Madison, simple assault

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