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Autauga Vehicle Break-Ins
October 23, 2020

BREAKING & ENTERING OF A VEHICLE (Multiple)

Aspen Ridge Subdivision

North Autauga County, Alabama

Case: ACSO20-1023A

 

 

Autauga County Sheriff’s Office

334-361-2500

 

The Autauga County Sheriff’s office is currently investigating multiple Vehicle Break-ins that occurred in North Autauga County.

 

Investigators advise that on Thursday, October 22nd  around 12:30am, unknown subject(s) canvased the area of the Aspen Ridge Subdivision opening unlocked vehicles and rummaging through them, except one case.

 

One of the victim’s vehicles was actually forced into by breaking a window to gain entry. The offenders broke into the victim’s pickup truck and stole 2 handguns, a Taurus 45/410 caliber Judge Revolver and a Canik 9mm Pistol.

 

Investigators are hoping that someone will be able to identify one the suspects through the released photos and video. If identified this suspect could be charged with Unlawful Breaking & Entering a Vehicle and Theft of Property Second Degree. 

 

 

If you have any information regarding the identity of this suspect or his whereabouts, please immediately call the Police at 334-361-2500 or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app. Make sure you receive a Tip ID and Password in order to dialog with Investigators in case there is a follow-up question.

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MPD Robbery 1st (Stolen Vehicle)
October 20, 2020

ROBBERY 1ST (STOLEN VEHICLE)

4000 Block of Amesbury Drive

Montgomery, Alabama
Case: MPD 20-00206669

 

Montgomery Police Department

 

The Montgomery Police Department is searching for the location of the pictured stolen vehicle. The vehicle was stolen during a Robbery that occurred in the 4000 block of Amesbury Drive in Montgomery, AL. 

 

During a Robbery on Saturday, October 10, 2020, the vehicle was stolen in the 4000 block of Amesbury Drive. The vehicle is a 2019 Black Dodge Challenger and has an Alabama Tag displayed on it that reads "GOD1NI" with VIN # 2C3CDZAG7KH593022. The Montgomery Police Department needs help with the location of this vehicle and the suspects involved. 

 

If you have any information regarding the vehicle's location or the suspects involved, please immediately call the Police 334-625-2832 or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) download our P3-tips app. Please ensure you receive a Tip ID and Password to dialog with Investigators if there is a follow-up question.

 

You may also use CrimeStoppers 800 number, 1-833-AL1-STOP.

 

Your Tip may lead to a Cash Reward.

 

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

 

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Prattville Cell Phone Thefts
October 19, 2020

FELONY SHOPLIFTERS

Cell Phone Retail Store

2500 Block of Cobbs Ford Road

Prattville, Alabama

Case: PPD20-1019B

 

 

Prattville Police Department

Coalition Against Retail Theft

 

 

The Prattville Police Department is currently investigating a felony Theft that occurred at a retail store.

 

On October 11, 2020 at around 4:20 pm, two unknown males entered a cell phone retail store. Both suspects stole unspecified number smartphones and/or accessories.  The suspects left driving a white in color 4 door vehicle.

 

Investigators are hoping that someone will be able to identify the theft suspects through the released photos.

 

If you have any information regarding the identity of the unidentified suspects or their whereabouts, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app. Make sure you receive a Tip ID and Password in order to dialog with Investigators in case there is a follow-up question.

 

You may also use CrimeStoppers toll free number at 1-833-AL1-STOP.

Your Tip may lead to a Cash Reward!

 

 

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

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Prattville Counterfeit Money
October 19, 2020

COUNTERFEIT MONEY

Citywide

Prattville, Alabama

Case: PPD20-1019A

 

Prattville Police Department

 

 

The Prattville Police Department is currently investigating incidents of a person passing Counterfeit Money at multiple retail stores.

 

On the evening of October 13, 2020, the pictured female wearing a floral scrub top and dark gray scrub pants made a purchase at a local retail store located at The Cotton Exchange in Prattville using a fake $100.00 bill.

 

Prattville Investigators are hoping that someone will be able to identify the suspect passing counterfeit bills through the released photos.

 

If you have any information regarding the identity of this suspect or her whereabouts, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app. Make sure you receive a Tip ID and Password in order to dialog with Investigators in case there is a follow-up question.

 

You may also use CrimeStoppers toll free number at 1-833-AL1-STOP.

Your Tip may lead to a Cash Reward!

 

 

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

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Tallassee ATV Theft
October 16, 2020

THEFT OF PROPERTY

1200 Block of W. Main Street

Tallassee, Alabama

Case: TPD20-T200900108     

 

 

Tallassee Police Department

334-283-6586

 

The Tallassee Police Department is currently investigating the theft of a Honda ATV from the rear of a residence located on West Main Street.

 

Investigators advise that on September 21, 2020 at approximately 4:00 p.m., a Silver Chevrolet Silverado extended cab pulled into a residence in the 1200 block of W. Main Street in Tallassee, AL. While on the premises, two individuals can be seen exiting the vehicle and walking the property. Eventually, the above -mentioned vehicle pulls behind the residence and loads an orange in color Honda Rancher ATV. The vehicle can then be seen leaving from behind the residence and exiting the property with the ATV in the rear of the truck.

 

The two individuals are believed to be two white males in their mid to late 20s. The item that was stolen belonged to a child and was a birthday present that had yet to be received.

 

Attached are photographs of the suspects’ vehicle. Investigators are hoping that someone will be able to locate and identify through the released photos.   

 

If you have any information regarding this crime, please immediately call the Police at 334-283-6586 or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app. Make sure you receive a Tip ID and Password in order to dialog with Investigators in case there is a follow-up question.

 

You may also use CrimeStoppers toll free number at 1-833-AL1-STOP.

Your Tip may lead to a Cash Reward!

 

 

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

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MPD Theft of Property Investigation
October 08, 2020

Updated: October 15, 2020

 

SUSPECTS IDENTIFIED AND IN CUSTODY
 

THEFT OF PROPERTY INVESTIGATION

 

The Montgomery Police Department has officially notified CrimeStoppers that the two suspects wanted for a Theft of Property Investigation have been identified and in police custody.

Investigators advised that the two suspects turned themselves into Montgomery Police Detectives after being tired of being seen on CrimeStoppers' social media outlet. The suspects were charged with Robbery 1st Degree and Theft of Property 1st Degree.

The suspects were wanted for a Theft of Property Investigation that occurred on Wednesday, September 16, 2020. There were no additional details released. 

 

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

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THEFT OF PROPERTY INVESTIGATION

 

1000 Block of Eastdale Mall

Montgomery, Alabama
Case: MPD 20-00193876

 

Montgomery Police Department

 

The Montgomery Police Department searches for the identity and location of the pictured suspects who are wanted for a Theft of Property Investigation that occurred in Montgomery, AL.

 

The pictured suspects are wanted for a Theft of Property Investigation that occurred on Wednesday, September 16, 2020. The Montgomery Police Department needs help with the identity and location of these suspects.

 

If you have any information regarding the suspect's identity or location, please immediately call the Police 334-625-2832 or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app. Please ensure you receive a Tip ID and Password to dialog with Investigators if there is a follow-up question.

 

Your Tip may lead to a Cash Reward.

 

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

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Prattville Counterfeit Money Suspects
October 06, 2020

Updated: October 7, 2020

 

ONE SUSPECT IDENTIFIED

COUNTERFEIT MONEY

Citywide

Prattville, Alabama

Case: PPD20-1006A

 

Prattville Police Department

 

 

The Prattville Police Department has officially notified CrimeStoppers that one suspect involved in a Counterfeit Money Investigation has been identified.

 

Investigators advise that 24-year-old Montgomery resident Tyler Scott Kidd has been identified through CrimeStoppers as the suspect having big hair and wearing a white ball cap.  Kidd is only wanted as a Person of Interest in this case but has an active felony warrant for Theft of Property 1st degree in another investigation.  

 

The second suspect wearing the red shirt and red ball cap has not yet been identified.  Kidd is urged to turn himself over to authorities as soon as possible.

 

If you have any information regarding the identity of the suspect wearing red or the whereabouts of Tyler Scott Kidd, please immediately call the Police or CrimeStoppers using our 24-hour tip line at 215-STOP (7867) or download our P3-tips app. Make sure you receive a Tip ID and Password in order to dialog with Investigators in case there is a follow-up question.

 

You may also use CrimeStoppers toll free number at 1-833-AL1-STOP.

Your Tip may lead to a Cash Reward!

 

 

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

 


Published: October 6, 2020

 

COUNTERFEIT MONEY

Citywide

Prattville, Alabama

Case: PPD20-1006A

 

Prattville Police Department

 

 

The Prattville Police Department is currently investigating incidents of a person passing Counterfeit Money at multiple retail stores.

 

On September 17, 2020, between 8:55 and 9:15 p.m., an unknown male wearing a red shirt passed two counterfeit bills at a retail store in Prattville. He was accompanied with another male wearing a white baseball cap. Suspects left in a white 4 door passenger car.

 

Prattville Investigators are hoping that someone will be able to identify these suspects passing counterfeit bills through the released photos.

 

 

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

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Montgomery Package Theft
October 05, 2020

PACKAGE THEFT

2600 Block of Knollwood Drive

Montgomery, Alabama

Case: MPD20-189827  

 

 

Montgomery Police Department

 

 

The Montgomery Police Department is currently investigating the theft of packages from the front porch of a resident located on Knollwood Drive.

 

Investigators advise that on Thursday, October 1, 2020, patrol units responded to the 2600 block of Knollwood Drive on a package theft. Reports state that an unknown male stole a package from the victim’s porch and left the area in a white full size four door pick-up truck.

 

Attached are photographs of the suspect and suspect vehicle. Investigators are hoping that someone will be able to locate and identify through the released photos. 

 

As online shopping increases due to the upcoming holidays and Covid-19 restrictions the increase in “Porch Pirates” is sure to also increase. Law Enforcement and CrimeStoppers urge citizens to start using precaution as this type of crime becomes more prevalent all over nation. 

 

 

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

 

 

 

 

https://www.preventpackagetheft.com/theft-prevention-guide

 

Free steps to prevent your packages from being stolen

 

Send packages to a secure location

Major retailers provide secure methods of deliver. Amazon, for example, has Amazon Lockers where you can send all Amazon orders to. Here's a tool to find Amazon Pickup Locations near you. It's easy to use, and if you are okay with taking the extra step of picking your packages up away from home, this is an excellent way to avoid package theft. 

Alternatively, you can ship packages to your workplace, though we recommend checking your workplace policies to ensure you are being compliant with policy prior to adding your workplace address to any online order.

 

 

Provide delivery instructions

For those choosing to ship packages to their homes, providing delivery instructions is one free way to prevent package theft. In the checkout process for online orders, you can add specific delivery instructions for delivery professionals to follow. If you have a column, a bench, or something large that packages can be delivered behind, out of site from porch pirates, you can improve your chances that someone won’t be tempted to run off with your package.


Schedule packages to arrive when you're home, then track their progress.

If there are days when you are home, you can try to submit your orders so they arrive on days when you're home and can quickly bring packages into your home. You can also delay or re-route packages from the following carriers using the following apps: 

If you’re anticipating a package from a family member or friend, ask for the tracking number so you can monitor when the package will arrive.

Amazon now provides real-time tracking of your packages so you know precisely when the delivery truck left the garage, and when the package is scheduled to arrive on your door. You can track your packages by downloading the Amazon app, then tapping “Your Orders” and locating your expected delivery.


Require a signature

As part of the online checkout process, you may have the option to require that the package can only be delivered with a signature. If you are able to be home during the delivery, this requirement adds a layer of security because it prevents your package from sitting unattended on your doorstep for any length of time.

 

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Opelika Counterfeit Money Suspect
September 11, 2020

COUNTERFEIT MONEY

Citywide

Opelika, Alabama

Case: OPD20-0911A

 

Opelika Police Department

334-705-5220

 

 

The Opelika Police Department is currently investigating incidents of a person passing Counterfeit Money at multiple retail stores.

 

On 9/4/2020, the subject pictured in the attachment used counterfeit $100 bills at three local businesses in Opelika, AL. The subject is described as a black male wearing a white shirt with the name “David Bowie” on front, and black shorts.

 

Opelika Investigators are hoping that someone will be able to identify this Counterfeit suspect through the released photo.

 

 

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

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Andalusia Trailer Theft
September 10, 2020

TRAILER THEFT

100 Block of Manhattan Drive

Andalusia, Alabama

Case: APD20-0910A

 

 

Andalusia Police Department

 

 

The Andalusia Police Department is currently investigating the theft of a 2015 Heartland Mallard Trailer, Florida Tag #Z647BU (VIN #5SFNB3320FE282146).

 

Investigators advise that the complainant travelled to 110 Manhattan Drive to pick up one of the two RVs his company, GCI, was storing there. When the complainant arrived, he realized that one of the RVs was missing. GCI had permission from Wright Manufacturing Company to store their two RVs in their parking lot.

 

A representative of the Wright Company stated that the RV was present on August 12, 2020 until an employee got off work at 4:00 p.m.  The employee advised that the RV had not been there for about a week.  Police listed the trailer being stolen between August 12 and September 4, 2020.
 

At this time, there are no known suspect(s) or information of vehicles used in the course of the offense. 

 

Investigators are hoping that someone will be able to locate the trailer through the released photo.   

 

Note: A criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.



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