James Ray Miller, 48, was charged with felony adult sex offender registration violation.

According to the Guntersville police report, Sergeant Jeremy Kirkwood, Miller was asked for identification and he could not produce any form of identification. He was also asked if he had ever been arrested before and he stated that he had for public intoxication, but did not mention being registered as a sex offender.

After running his Social Security number, he was found to be in violation of not having valid identification, Kirkwood said. It is required that any Alabama registered sex offender is required to always have in their possession a valid driver’s license or identification card issued by the state of Alabama.

The report stated that Miller never identified himself as a sex offender to the officers and he told hee stated he lived in Union Grove, but the officers have dealt with him loitering around the city during daytime hours and night time hours as well.


Tanya Maire Love, 25, of Henagar, was charged with felony possession of marijuana, felony possession of methamphetamine, misdemeanresisting arrest and appearing in a public place under influence.

According to the police report, Love was arrested by Guntersville Police Officer Cheryl Smythe on Siebold and O’Brig.


Sebastian Wade King, 26, was charged with felony possession of methamphetamine.

According to the police report, King was arrested on Pleasant Grove Road near Highway 205 by Patrolman Stephen Dasaro of the Guntersville Police Department.


Alexander Joshua Malcolm, 23, was charged with felony possession of methamphetamine.

According to the police report, Malcom was arrested by Patrolman Dylan W. Guffey of the Guntersville Police Department on Beard Street.


Michael Julius Flirnandez Jackson, 25, was charged with felony distribution of a controlled substance, misdemeanor resisting arrest and misdemeanor attempting to elude a police officer.

According to the police report, Jackson was arrested by Patrolman Jesse Cunningham of the Guntersville Police Department on Ligon Street and O’Brig Avenue.

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