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Remains Found In Autauga County Identified

1/21/2022

Prattville, AL

REMAINS FOUND IN AUTAUGA COUNTY IDENTIFIED

The Autauga County Sheriff's Office has received the identity of the remains found in a wooded area in Autauga County on November 27, 2021.  The Alabama Department of Forensic Science made identification through DNA comparison.  The remains have been identified as belonging to Eddie Roland Cunningham, a 44 year old white male who was reported missing in Autauga County on August 21, 2020 from the Group Home he was living.  The Alabama Department of Forensic Science was unable to determine cause of death.  Sheriff Joe Sedinger asks that everyone please keep the family of Mr. Cunningham in your thoughts and prayers.

Skeleton Remains Found in Autauga County

November 29, 2021

Prattville, AL

 

Skeleton remains were discovered by a hunter in a wooded area in Autauga County around 2:30pm on Saturday, November 27, 2021.  Investigators from the Autauga County Sheriff's Office are working to identify the remains.  This investigation is still ongoing and updates will be given when more information is available.

Internet Crimes Against Children Arrest Made In Autauga County

Prattville, AL   10/28/2021

Internet Crimes Against Children Arrest Made In Autauga County

On Thursday, October 28, 2021, Investigators with the Autauga County Sheriff's Office, Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Unit, obtained and conducted a search warrant on a residence located off County Road 100.  The ICAC Unit received Cyber Tips that videos/images of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) were located at the residence.  This Cyber Tip led investigators to obtain a search warrant.  Upon execution of the search warrant, evidence was discovered that lead to an arrest.

Jason Wade Hudson, 44 year old male, was arrested and charged with Five (5) felony counts of Child Sexual Abuse Material and placed in the Autauga Metro Jail, with a $150,000 bond.

This investigation is still ongoing.  More charges could be forth coming pending further Digital Forensic Investigation on this case.

Jason Wade Hudson

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Arrest Made on Burglary of Gas Stations in Autauga County

Arrests Made on Burglary of Gas Stations in Autauga County

September 16, 2021;  Prattville, AL

 

On Sunday, September 12, 2021 between 10:50pm and 11:10pm, Autauga County Sheriff Deputies were dispatched to an alarm call at 82 Market and Deli on US Hwy 82.  When deputies arrived they noticed the window and door were smashed out.  Deputies called for investigators and key holder to respond to 82 Market and Deli.  While on the scene of the attempted burglary, Deputies were dispatched to Posey Crossroads Store on County Road 57.  A passerby witnessed 2 subjects fleeing on foot from Posey's Store and being picked up by what appeared to be a Nissan Altima type vehicle and called in the suspicious activity to 911.  When deputies arrived they found Posey Crossroads Store with a smashed door and signs of another attempted burglary.  Video was obtained from both stores security systems.

After profiling the video surveillance that was captured from the businesses on Central Alabama CrimeStoppers and on the Autauga County Sheriff's Office Facebook page, leads and tips from citizens revealed the identities of the suspects sought for these burglaries.

On Wednesday, September 15, 2021, all suspects were located, arrested and charged with two (2) counts of Burglary 3rd Degree and are being held at the Autauga County Metro Jail under a $30,000 bond.  Further charges are pending.

                    

Tobias Lamar Walton        

Verbena, AL                    

19 year old                     

Black/Male                      

 

 

Xavier Lashawn Quince

Verbena, AL

19 year old

Black/Male

 

Kyllar Dwayne Deason

Prattville, AL

18 year old

White/Male

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ARREST MADE IN SEARCH WARRANT ON LANGFORD DRIVE

May 1, 2020          

Prattville, AL -

On Thursday April 30, 2020, the Autauga County Sheriff's Office along with the Prattville Police Department, Elmore County Sheriff's Office, Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Montgomery Police Department, ALEA Aviation,  State of Alabama Conservation Office and the 19th Judicial Circuit District Attorneys Office served a search warrant on Langford Drive in Prattville, AL; also known as "The Farm".  Thirteen people were arrested and/or charged during the search warrant.  This case is still under investigation and further charges and arrestees are possible.

 The following people were arrested during this search warrant:

Jimothy Deaundrey Ford

36 year old black male of Hwy 14 W; Prattville, AL

Charged with:

Drug Trafficking - $500,000 bond

 

Matthew Adam Mooney

29 year old black male of Langford Drive; Prattville, AL

Charged with:

Distribution of Controlled Substance - $30,000 cash bond

Possession of Controlled Substance - $15,000 cash bond

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - $6,000 cash bond

Drug Trafficking - $500,000 bond

 

Savannah Louise Nelson

19 year old white female of Grandview Drive; Millbrook, AL

Charged with:

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - $6,000 cash bond

Possession of Controlled Substance - $15,000 cash bond

 

Martez Kevon Mosely

20 year old black male of Hill Street; Prattville, AL

Charged with:

Possession of Marijuana First - $15,000 cash bond

 

Syketo Cadell Anderson

41 year old black male of Smithville Road; Prattville, AL

Charged with:

Possession of Controlled Substance - $15,000 cash bond

 

Kendrick Taryvaun Williams

24 year old black male of Brookwood Drive; Millbrook, AL

Charged with:

Possession of Marijuana Second - $6,000 cash bond

 

Amajay Shomari Nelson-Cox

21 year old black male of Brantwood Drive; Montgomery, AL

Charged with:

Possession of Marijuana Second - $6,000 cash bond

 

Andrevious Quinton Carter

21 year old black male of 6th Street; Prattville, AL

Charged with:

Possession of Marijuana Second - $6,000 cash bond

Arrested on Probation Warrant for:

 Burglary Third & Theft of Property Second - No Bond

 

Brittney Lane Gissendanner

29 year old white female of Oak Tree Road; Millbrook, AL

Charged with:

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - $6,000 cash bond

Possession of Marijuana Second - $6,000 cash bond

 

Dena Danielle Haney Smith

36 year old white female of Langford Drive; Prattville, AL

Charged with:

Distribution of Controlled Substance - $30,000 cash bond

Possession of Controlled Substance - $15,000 cash bond

Possession of Controlled Substance - $15,000 cash bond

Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - $6,000 cash bond

 

Courtney Romeriz Rogers

38 year old black male of Hwy 14 W; Prattville, AL

Charged with:

Distribution of Controlled Substance - $30,000 cash bond

Possession of Controlled Substance - $15,000 cash bond

Possession of Marijuana First - $10,000 cash bond

 

Ann Morgan Kinney

30 year old white female of Jasmine Trail; Prattville, AL

Charged with:

Possession of Controlled Substance - $15,000 cash bond

 

Alissa Renne Newton

30 year old white female of Julia Court; Prattville, AL

Arrested on FTA's with Prattville Police Department on:

Expired Tag - $150 cash bond

Public Intoxication - $500 cash bond

 

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Autauga County Sheriff's Office Temporarily Suspends the Issuance of In-Person Issued Conceal Carry/Pistol Permits Due to Ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic

October 9, 2020

Autauga County Sheriff's Office Resumes In-Person Conceal Carry/Pistol Permits.  Masks Are Required Until Public Health Order Has Been Lifted By Governor. 

 

March 27, 2020


Prattville, AL


Autauga County Sheriff's Office Temporarily Suspends the Issuance of In-Person Issued Conceal Carry/Pistol Permits Due to Ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic and looking out for the health and safety of administrative personnel; Sheriff Joe Sedinger will be temporarily suspending the issuance of "In-Person" Conceal Carry/Pistol Permits effective Monday, March 30, 2020 until further notice. What does this mean? You can still renew your pistol permit through the mail. To renew through the mail you will need to do the following:

Fill out an application that you can download and print out on our website: www.autaugasheriff.org under the Conceal Carry/Pistol Permit tab, or call and we can mail you a copy. Mail the application in with your payment for one (1) year ($20.00) and we will mail back your permit once it has been processed.

If you are inquiring on a new permit, you will need to do the following:

Fill out the application that can be printed from our website: www.autaugasheriff.org under the Conceal Carry/Pistol Permit tab, or call and we can mail you a copy. Mail in your application and the office will process your request and run your background. One of our clerks will call you to set up an appointment to come into the office to finalize your permit and take payment. No Walk-In permits will be processed the same day.

Sheriff Sedinger also states that all surrounding counties and states are relaxing the penalties on carrying a pistol with an expired permit, as long as the permit expired within the last month or so. If you have any questions or need an application mailed to you, please call the Autauga County Sheriff's Office Administrative Office at (334) 361-2504.

Autauga County Sheriff's Office First Murder of 2020

3/23/2020

Prattville, AL

Autauga County Sheriff's Office First Murder of 2020

 

In the mist of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Autauga County Sheriff's Office responded to their first murder of 2020.

At approximately 1:30 am on Monday March 23, 2020, the Autauga County Sheriff's Office received a call on a subject shot in the 700 block of Blueberry Hill Road.  Upon Deputies arrival they found 62 year old Black Male; Marcus Wayne Warren; deceased from a gun shot wound.  Warren was a staff member at Magnolia Wood Therapeutic Home.

Investigators arrested 22 year old Black Male; Devonta Wayaire Brown; and charged him with Murder.  Brown is being held in the Autauga Metro Jail on a $60,000 bond.

Additional charges may be forthcoming on Brown, as the investigation continues.

Devonta Wayaire Brown

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SUBJECT CAPTURED

SUBJECT CAPTURED

March 19, 2020     

Autauga County, AL - Sheriff Joe Sedinger, Autauga County Sheriff's Office, confirms the capture and arrest of Allen Dale Stromberg, by the US Marshals Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force.  The Marshals were able to apprehend Stromberg in Prattville, AL this afternoon.  Stromberg was wanted by the Autauga County Sheriff's Office on the charges of Rape 1st Degree and Sexual Abuse of a Child Less than 12 Years Old.  Stromberg will be held in the Autauga Metro Jail on a $90,000 cash only bond.

 

Allen Dale Stromberg

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AUTAUGA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE PREPARES FOR COVID-19

3/13/2020, Prattville, ALABAMA

 

Autauga County Sheriff's Office Prepares for COVID-19

 

The Autauga County Sheriff's Office and Autauga Metro Jail will implement the following precautions concerning the COVID-19 virus effective immediately. We are limiting the amount of outside visitors that enter the Autauga County Sheriff's Office and Autauga Metro Jail.

Visitation at the Metro Jail has been halted until further notice. All outside classes and activities held inside the Metro Jail has been postponed until further notice. This will include GED Classes, Bible Study, Jail Ministries and Fatherhood Classes. Inmate Work Release has also been postponed until further notice. Attorneys will be allowed to see clients in the jail visitation area. The Jail Staff will assist attorneys in getting paperwork signed when needed. The Autauga County Sheriff's Office will be limiting the number of citizens that are inside the administrative office at one time. We would encourage you to mail in your pistol permit renewals for 1 year if possible over the next few months. There will also be an increase of cleaning being done inside the Metro Jail and Sheriff's Office. Common surfaces will be wiped down with disinfectant multiple times a day. Deputy vehicles will be cleaned after every transport.

These precautions are being implemented to protect not only our employees and inmates we house, but the citizens that we come in contact with on a daily basis.  Our deputies will still be answering calls for service, but will be keeping a social distance from people they talk to until physical contact has to be made by detaining or arresting an individual.  The Sheriff's Office will still be issuing pistol permits.  We just ask your patience if you come into the office as you may have to wait a little longer than usual to get one issued. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Autauga County Sheriff's Office at 334-361-2500.

Runaway Juvenile

***UPDATE - DESTINY GEORGE HAS BEEN LOCATED AND BEING RETURNED HOME TO HER PARENTS***

 

The Autauga County Sheriff's Office is requesting the public's assistance in locating a 16-year-old Runaway Juvenile Destiny Ann George.

On February 14, 2020, Destiny Ann George left her residence and has not returned.  She was last seen wearing black sweatpants and a red t-shirt with "the struggle is real" printed on it.  She may be traveling to Iowa via bus transit routes.  If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Destiny Ann George, please contact the Autauga County Sheriff's Office at (334) 361-2500 or Secret Witness (334) 361-2599.

Destiny Ann George was last seen in Prattville, Alabama.  She is described as a 16-year-old white female standing 5'7" tall with Blue eyes and Brown hair weighing around 115 lbs. 

 

 

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