Mobile County Sheriff’s Office Charges Jerry Neil Fowler Sr

As a result of execution of the search warrant at 8520 Redstone Drive East in Semmes on 09/20/2017, MCSO has charge Jerry Neil Fowler Sr. as follows:

 BOOKINGS AND ARREST HISTORY

 Booking No
Booking Date
Case No
Charge
Type
Date
Rel Date
Disposition
Status

 
 09/20/2017 11:00
S17080812
RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY 1ST DEGREE
Document For Arrest
  09/20/2017

Arrested
Pending

S17090483
RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY 1ST DEGREE
Document For Arrest
  09/20/2017

Arrested
Pending

S17090481
USE/POSSESSION DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
Document For Arrest
  09/20/2017

Arrested
Pending

S17090481
POSSESSION MARIJUANA 2ND
Document For Arrest
  09/20/2017

Arrested
Pending

S17090481
POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
Document For Arrest
  09/20/2017

Arrested
Pending

S17090481
ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
Document For Arrest
  09/20/2017

Arrested
Pending

S17090481
TRAFFICKING-METHAMPHETAMINE
Document For Arrest
  09/20/2017

Arrested
Pending

Arrest records reveal that Mr. Fowler, Sr., was charged with possession of a controlled substance as far back as 02/02/2001 and has been charged eight times since then with receiving stolen property not including the charges above.

Stolen Property Recovered, Suspects in Custody

Early this morning, Wednesday, September 20, 2017, the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant on Redstone Drive East in Semmes Alabama. The search yielded suspected stolen items including jewelry, automobiles, motorcycles and construction equipment. Items collected began to link those items with additional open ongoing MCSO investigations and additional charges are likely. Jerry Fowler, Sr. and Jerry Fowler, Jr. were taken into custody and charged with receiving stolen property. Sheriff’s deputies on the scene stated that Mr Fowler, Sr., a convicted felon, may once again face prison time as two guns were found within the residence.

Son Murdered Mom and Buried Her Under Porch

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

After a 3 month long investigation, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office has found the body of missing person SUSAN MAYO. Yesterday, September 6, 2017, MCSO Detectives went back to the property of Susan Mayo where she was last seen and shared a residence with her son, NATHANIEL SEBASTIAN. SEBASTIAN was released from Metro Jail the day before, September 5, for interfering with an investigation from the previous time Detectives executed a search warrant. When MCSO Detectives came back with a new search warrant, SEBASTIAN stated “his mother was buried under the porch.”

MCSO Detectives found the body believed to be that of Susan Mayo buried under the porch of the home that Mayo and SEBASTIAN shared. The body was buried approximately three feet beneath the porch inside a barrel.

Purple Paint

 

Posted: 09 Aug 2017 11:27 AM PDT

DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE COLOR PURPLE? Most of us are familiar with the “POSTED: NO TRESPASSING” signs that appear throughout the county. Under the former Alabama trespass law, an intruder upon rural, unfenced property was not necessarily a trespasser unless “notice against trespass is personally communicated to him by the owner of such land or another authorized person, or unless such notice is given by posting in a conspicuous manner.” BUT NOW, landowners have another option: PURPLE PAINT. The definition of “posting in a conspicuous manner” now includes painting vertical stripes of purple paint upon trees or posts along the property line. The full definition of the new posting rule is listed below:

POSTING IN A CONSPICUOUS MANNER 13A-7-1

A sign or signs posted on the property, reasonably likely to come to the attention of intruders, indicating that entry is forbidden or the placement of identifying purple paint marks on trees or posts on the property, provided that the marks satisfy all of the following:

* Are vertical lines of not less than eight inches in length and not less than one inch in width.

Our Complacency Is Killing Us

Motor Vehicle Deaths in 2016 Estimated to be Highest in Nine Years; Sharpest Two-Year Climb in 53 Years
National Safety Council offers insight into what drivers are doing and calls for immediate implementation of proven, life-saving measures

ITASCA, Ill., Feb. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — For the first time in nearly a decade, preliminary 2016 data from the National Safety Councilestimates that as many as 40,000 people died in motor vehicle crashes last year. That marks a 6 percent increase over 2015, and a 14 percent increase over 2014 – the most dramatic two-year escalation since 1964 – 53 years. The preliminary estimate means 2016 may have been the deadliest year on the nation’s roads since 2007. An estimated 4.6 million additional roadway users were seriously injuredi in 2016, and estimated cost to society was $432 billion.

Joseph Carter

MCSO is looking for a murder suspect, JOSEPH CARTER

MCSO is looking for a murder suspect, JOSEPH CARTER
Posted: 10 Nov 2016 11:00 AM PST

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Today, November 10, 2016 Mobile County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by Creola Police Department to assist in the investigation of a murder.  MCSO was contacted approximately 2:19 am and responded to I-65 North just south of the General W.K. Wilson Jr. Bridge.  When MCSO Deputies arrived they found Joe Nathan Thomas with gunshot wound to the back of his head.  A female witness on the scene stated that she had been in the vehicle with Thomas and Carter earlier that evening.  She also stated that she and Thomas were outside the vehicle when she heard a gun shot and saw Thomas fall to the ground.