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DPD monthly report

The following is a breakdown of activity of the Demopolis Police Department during the month of June 2004.


Theft I, 1

Forgery II, 17

Sex Abuse I, 2

Possession of Forged Instrument II, 5

Cocaine Possession, 2

Robbery I, 4

Burglary III, 2

Public Intoxication, 1

Theft II, 2

DUI, 4

Harassing Communications, 3

Carrying Concealed Weapon, 1

No Proof of Insurance, 8

No Tag, 2

Seatbelt Violation, 7

Terroristic Threats, 1

Failure to Obey Police Officer, 2

Improper Equipment (Muffler), 3

Alias Arrest, 6

Driving While Revoked, 5

Violation of Noise Ordinance, 4

Blue Light Violation, 2

Capias Warrant, 3

Driving While Suspended, 4

Contempt of Court, 12

Child Restraint Violation, 3

Assault III, 6

Reckless Driving, 7

Harassment, 6

Running Stop Sign, 2

Marijuana II, 3

Improper Headlight, 1

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, 1

Driving w/o Obtaining License, 5

Domestic Violence, 7

Speeding, 17

Criminal Mischief, 2

Expired Tag, 2


Expired Driver’s License, 1

Disorderly Conduct, 3

Improper Tag, 2

Tampering With Physical Evidence, 1

Driving With Open Container, 1

Criminal Trespass, 2

Running Red Light, 2

Juvenile Pick-up Order, 1

Improper Lane Change, 1

Total numbers of inmate meal costs: $5.39. DPD officers answered a total of 527 complaints in June and wrote 31 warning tickets, three parking tickets and investigated 14 accidents with five personal injuries.

The sale of report copies generated $87, and police officers worked a total of 435.25 hours of overtime, broken down as follows:

Paperwork, 11.75 hours

Court, 15 hours

Training, 274.50 hours

K-9 training, 12 hours

Shift shortage, 25 hours

Casework/narcotics, 48 hours

Computer backup, 1 hour

RADAR Log check, 2 hours

West AL Traffic Safety, 32.50 hours

No Explanation, 3.50 hours

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Covid cases decline: Whitfield Regional only has four positives

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Zoning issues discussed, Demopolis City Council also recognizes Pilot Club

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Demopolis council looks at speeding on Walnut Avenue

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Nancy and Co. Fine Jewelers named October Business of the Month

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September Yard of the Month

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Demopolis Middle School Football Booster Club set to hold Rifle Raffle 2021

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Demopolis Middle School Football Booster Club to hold fundraiser for Soggy Bottom Lodge Hunting Experience

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Sweetwater Bulldogs get big Homecoming win over Southern Choctaw


Demopolis Police Arrests/Incidents reports for September 1-25

Faith and Family

Mt. Moriah Fellowship Baptist Church celebrates its 193rd year

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Marengo County Covid-19 cases currently sit at 3,292

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Nancy & Co. Fine Jewelers named October Business of the Month

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October is Fire Prevention Month

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Friends of Gaineswood hosting an afternoon of classical guitar music on October 10

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Two Rivers Arts Council set to host “Bonnie and Friends” cello quartet on October 10

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Attendance Matters workshop available for parents of students who miss days of school

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Martha Ann Hill

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Owings speaks on how library continued to serve during pandemic

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Marengo County Commissioner elected to statewide association legislative committee

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COVID-19 numbers in Marengo County, surrounding area

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Marengo County Board of Education hears updates on COVID-19 cases at Sweetwater, Marengo, AL Johnson

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Canecutters Smokehouse & Grill named September Business of the Month

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Black Belt Interstate project added to Bipartisan Infrastructure Package

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Marengo County Commission hears updates on roadway project, broadband funding