The following people were booked on these charges at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. Please remember that a charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The arrests were by sheriff’s deputies unless otherwise noted.

Eric Dewayne Abernathy, Horton, charged with buying/receiving stolen property, $5,000 bond.

David Lamar Bayne, Horton, charged with obstructing governmental operations, $2,000 bond.

Kelly Mae Berger, Boaz, charged with drug paraphernalia (1st offense), possession of a controlled substance, illegal possession of prescription drugs and possession of marijuana (2nd degree), $10,000 bond.

Scott Jeremy Crabtree, Boaz, charged with marijuana possession and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, $5,000 bond, Guntersville PD.

Terry Dwayne Davis, Sterrett, charged with sexual abuse (2nd degree) upgraded to a felony, $15,000 bond.

Tracy Dianne Hipp, Blountsville, charged with driving under the influence (alcohol) and obstructing governmental operation, combined $3,500 bond.

Holly Arlett Wray, Guntersville, charged with possession of dangerous drugs, possession of marijuana (2nd degree), illegal possession of prescription drugs and drug paraphernalia (1st offense), $10,000 bond.

Quandarius Terrell Curtis, Birmingham, charged with unlawful breaking and entering a motor vehicle, $15,000 bond.

Paul Harvie Chastain, Albertville, charged with possession of dangerous drugs, tampering with physical evidence and possession of marijuana (2nd degree), $10,000 bond, Albertville PD.

Melanie Michelle Duvall, Guntersville, charged with fraudulent use of a credit/debit card, $2,500 bond.

Michael Dean Gaines, Union Grove, charged with aggravated assault (domestic, menacing and with a weapon), $2,000 bond.

Aaron Joseph Gilmer, Albertville, charged with failure to appear/comply/pay and harassment/intimidation, $1,000 bond and $250 custody release.

Jonathan Bradley Kepler, Albertville, charged with domestic violence (3rd degree), $4,000 bond.

Michelle Denise Ott, Vremen, charged with drug trafficking, methamphetamine possession, drug paraphernalia (1st offense) and failure to appear/comply/pay, combined $707,500 bond, Albertville PD.

Latasha Dawn Stewart, Union Grove, charged with criminal mischief (3rd degree), $2,000 bond, Arab PD.

Austin Cole Clark, Ohatchee, charged with aggravated assault against family with a weapon, $10,000 bond.

Brian Allen Elkins, Boaz, charged with two counts of escape (2nd and 3rd degree) and three counts of failure to appear/comply/pay, $30,000 bond.

Sierah Nicole Justice, Albertville, charged with possessing a forged instrument, $1,000 personal recognizance bond, Albertville PD.

Jonathan Lee Lopez, Horton, possession of a controlled substance, $6,000 bond, Guntersville PD.

Brandon Lee Sims, Albertville, charged with fraudulent use of a credit/debit card, probation violation and two counts of failure to appear/comply/pay, $10,000 bond.

Kayla Danielle Womack, Madison, charged with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, combined $12,000 bond.

Robert Joseph Clark Jr., Grant, charged with simple assault against family and fifteen counts of failure to appear/comply/pay, $1,000 bond, Grant PD and Sheriff’s Dept.

Christopher Dalton Willerson, Boaz, charged with possession of dangerous drugs, $2,500 bond.

Johnathan David Higginbotham, Horton, charged with amphetamine possession and alias writ of arrest, combined $3,250 bond.

Christopher Blake Johnson, Albertville, charged with promoting prison contraband (drugs), $10,000 bond, Boaz PD.

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