Krystal Nigel Tall, age 40, of Lauderdale County, Alabama, was arrested on Tuesday, August 6th on charges of driving on revoked 2nd offense and evading arrest. Deputy Eric Wilson filed a report stating that as he was patrolling on Highway 69, he observed a vehicle headed south that had a headlight violation. After Deputy Wilson initiated his lights and sirens in an attempt to get the vehicle to pull over, the driver allegedly refused to stop until she traveled into Lauderdale County, Alabama. The driver, identified as Tall, already had a previous charge of driving on a revoked license. She allegedly refused extradition to Tennessee, and is being held in the Lauderdale County, Alabama jail on $12,500.00 bond.
Blake Anthony Adams, age 30, of Waynesboro, was arrested on Thursday, August 8th on drug and theft charges. Sergeant Bryant Burcham filed a report stating that he was dispatched to a residence on Staggs Lane to take a report of theft. The home’s resident, Gloria Huckaba, allegedly stated that Adams had been at her residence doing some work and asked to borrow her cell phone. Adams allegedly left and did not return the phone. Sgt. Burcham then located Adams at Simmons Branch trailer park, and Adams allegedly had Huckaba’s cell phone in his pocket. Also inside Adams’ pocket was a bottle of medication, Clonazepam, also belonging to Huckaba. Adams also allegedly had a used syringe in his pocket, along with a pipe used to smoke marijuana. Adams was arrested and booked into the Wayne County Jail on charges of theft of property under $500, possession of schedule IV narcotics, and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was booked into the Wayne County Jail on $30,000.00 bond.
Amber Nicole Moser, age 34, of Collinwood, was arrested on Thursday, August 8th on charges of DUI and reckless endangerment. According to the report filed by Investigator Dale Palmer of the Collinwood Police Department, Moser was driving on Highway 13 when she crossed the center line and struck a light pole on the opposite side of the street. The report goes on to state that Moser was allegedly unable to pass a standard field sobriety test. There were also three minor children in the vehicle with Moser when the wreck occurred. Moser was arrested on a charge of DUI 1st offense, along with three charges of reckless endangerment. She was booked into the Wayne County Jail on $32,500.00 bond.
Kayla Danyell Skaggs, age 31, of Collinwood, was arrested on Thursday, August 8th on multiple drug charges. Deputy Tyler McKenzie filed a report stating that as he was patrolling on Long Hollow Road, he pulled over a vehicle for improper display of plates. After writing the driver a warning ticket, Deputy McKenzie asked for consent to search the vehicle and was allegedly denied. Deputy McKenzie then got K9 Eryk out of his patrol vehicle to perform an exterior search. K9 Eryk allegedly alerted to the rear passenger door, next to where Skaggs was sitting. Deputy McKenzie then performed a search of the vehicle, and one Hydrocodone pill was found in Skaggs’ belongings. Skaggs was then arrested on a charge of simple possession of schedule II Hydrocodone, and was transported to the Wayne County Jail. Upon arrival at the jail, Skaggs allegedly told officers that she had digital scales concealed in her bra, and they were recovered. Also recovered from Skaggs’ bra was a Ziploc bag allegedly containing approximately 0.6 grams of methamphetamine. Skaggs was then additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, manufacture/delivery/sale/possession of methamphetamine, and introduction of contraband into a penal institution. She was booked into jail on $130,000.00 bond.
Tracy Jean Morton, age 48, of Waynesboro, was arrested on Saturday, August 10th after fleeing from officers on June 15th. According to the report filed by Officer Jerroll Henderson of the Clifton Police Department, on Saturday, June 15th, 2019, Morton was observed driving on Morrison Creek Road in a Pontiac G6 that allegedly had the 2018 sticker peeled away, and 2019 had been written on the tag in magic marker. When Officer Henderson attempted to perform a traffic stop on the vehicle, Morton allegedly fled, and then stopped to let her passenger out of the vehicle. Officer Henderson then allegedly got out of his vehicle to attempt to speak with Morton, and she fled again, traveling into Perry County where she got out of her vehicle and fled on foot. Morton was apprehended and arrested on August 10th on charges of driving on a revoked license, altering registration, evading arrest, failure to appear, and violation of probation. She is being held in the Wayne County Jail with no bond.
Casey Dewayne McMahan, age 29, of Florence, Alabama, was arrested on Sunday, August 11th on a charge of introduction of contraband into a penal institution. Deputy Dale Ray filed a report stating that he was dispatched to the Wayne County Jail in regard to a prisoner, McMahan, who had been transported to the jail by fugitive recovery agents. After McMahan allegedly told correctional officers that he did not have any illegal contraband on his person or in his personal effects, Correctional Officer Anthony Cutcher allegedly located a folded $1 bill in McMahan’s billfold that contained approximately 0.2 grams of methamphetamine. McMahan was charged on the original capias of failure to appear, in addition to the charge of introduction of contraband into a penal institution. He is being held with no bond.