Neal Wagner wrote a story about police and firemen who were being honored. Here is the part about Helena.
"Helena named Chaed Agee its firefighter of the year for helping to secure more than $1 million in grants over the past four years, and named Michael Johnson its officer of the year for serving as a shift commander and for making several IT improvements at the department". Way to Go Chaed and Michael!
Only one during that week:
-Michael Visser, 51, of Sterrett to Sherry Denise Galbreath, 52, of Helena.
Helena Police Report
Wow, a Terrorist threat and a someone had their pit bull stolen. The police had their hands full last week.
-Information only – found property from the 200 block of Rocky Ridge Drive (residence, home). Recovered was a Hi-Point handgun valued at $50.
-Discharging a firearm within city limits from Scurlock Road (field, woods).
-Warrant arrest from the Alabaster Police Department (parking lot, garage).
-Information only – property damage from the 5500 block of Roy Drive (highway, street). Damaged was a 2006 Ford 500 in the amount of $100.
-Theft of property third degree and criminal trespass third degree from teh 300 block of Third Avenue West (residence, home). Stolen and recovered was a pit bull dog valued at $450.
-Warrant arrest – Pelham Police Department from County Road 17 at Jet Pep (service, gas station).
-Fire investigation from the 400 block of Laurel Woods Trace (residence, home).
-Terrorist threat from the 4700 block of County Road 17 (supermarket).
-Theft of gas from the 6700 block of County Road 17 (service, gas station). Stolen was $71 worth of gasoline.
-Warrant arrest – Pelham Police Department from the 200 block of Jenkins Circle (residence, home).
-Domestic incident from the Helena Post Office parking lot (parking lot, garage).
-Domestic violence third degree from the 1600 block of Keenland Drive (residence, home).
Since it is November then it is fair to mention the Presidential election on Nov 6th. They have the ballot published in case you want to look at it ahead of time. I like a couple of the amendments measures but others might take some research. Here is the link: