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16 arrested in WSFA 12 News CrimeStoppers Action Line

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Another day, another arrest following the WSFA 12 News and Central Alabama CrimeStoppers Action Line. Sixteen featured suspects have been taken into custody, authorities confirm.

Crimestoppers received a record number of tips in May and approved to pay out $1,795 for rewards. They average about 60 tips per month and received 169 in May.

They include: 

  • Marvin Jones – Theft of Property 1st degree (Tipster recognized him on the Action line captured yesterday)
  • Sherecka Edwards -  Tip confirmed identity of suspect.  Theft Case not aired during Tip line.
  • David Dewayne Mims –Criminal Mischief / x2 Forgery 2nd (Case 59)
  • Cedric White – Controlled Substance
  • Larry McCall Jr. – Capital Murder
  • Zachary Benson – Domestic Violence Strangulation
  • Derek Lane Burnett – Theft of Property
  • Adam Tullier – Multiple Drug Charges (3)
  • Erica Hampton – Distribution of a Controlled Substance
  • Richard Porter – Rape 1st degree
  • Richard Peacock -  Violation Sex Offender Notification Act
  • Maurice Conway – Violation Sex Offender Notification Act
  • Jerome Mitchell – Robbery / Sexual Assault
  • Tamakia Lewis – Domestic Violence / Assault 2nd
  • Stephen Page – x3 Controlled substance / Attpt Elude Police / x3 Capias warrants
  • Jaimey Pearce – Burglary / Theft of Property 

“A lot of tipsters that called have just been holding on to the information,” said Tony Garrett with Central Alabama Crimestoppers. “Or they just found out about something and wanted to tell their story again, or give us the new information they had.”

If you recognize someone and know their location, take note of their assigned case number and call 334-215-STOP.

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