Noah Jones, age 17, has been charged with murder in the death of Danthony Sanchez Means. Means died Sunday as a result of a gunshot to the neck in the 6400 block of Lillian Drive in Mobile. A previous suspect, Trenteon King, age 17, was arrested Sunday. Bookings and arrest history give Jones’ address as having a 36575 zip code.
Posted: 25 Jul 2016 11:45 AM PDT
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On June 28, 2016, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office worked jointly with an Alabama Law Enforcement Agent-Alcohol Division in an attempt to locate businesses in Northern Mobile County that were selling alcoholic beverages to underage minors. In the operation a minor certified through the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency was sent into nineteen stores in an attempt to purchase alcoholic beverages. During the detail the following store sold alcohol to the underage minor:
Clark Exxon, 6300 Lott Rd. Semmes, Al. The following eighteen stores complied with Alabama State Law in not selling alcohol to the underage minor:
Joe, from Semmes Alabama and a notoriously bad golfer, hits his ball off the first tee and watches as it slices to the right and disappears through an open window. Figuring that’s the end of it, he gets another ball out of his bag and plays on. On the eighth hole, a Mobile County Sheriff’s Deputy walks up to Joe on the course and says, “Did you hit a golf ball through a window back there?” Joe says, “Yes I did.” “Well,” says the deputy, “it knocked a lamp over, scaring the dog, which raced out of the house onto Schillinger Road.
On June 1, 2015, at approximately 10:30 pm, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office was notified about a missing person. MCSO Deputies went to 10328 Burlington Drive Grand Bay, Alabama in reference to a missing Alzheimer’s patient Bille E. Smith Jr. (09/23/55). Brenda Dale, who identified herself as Bille Smith’s caretaker, stated that she last saw Smith walking down the street around 7:30 pm. Dale told MCSO Deputies Mr. Smith has been reported missing three times in the past two years. MCSO K-9 units responded to the scene and searched the wooded areas near the residence.
At approximately 11:30 pm, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office responded to 3301 Normandy Drive W. in Semmes to execute an arrest warrant on David Blanton for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. When Deputies arrived, they noticed a strong chemical odor coming from residence. DAVID BLANTON and four other adults, WILLIAM DUNHAM, LYNN MASON, HEATHER SILVERS and CORY LAMBERT were found inside along with an active Meth Lab.
MCSO Narcotic Deputies arrived at the residence with a search warrant. Narcotic Deputies also intercepted a phone call from a potential client who was trying to purchase meth from Cory Lambert. Undercover Narcotic Deputies set up a meeting with the caller at the Chevron Station on Snow/Tanner Williams Road. Deputies arrested JEREMY DAVID LOVE andKERI NICHOLE JUNKINS for Attempting to commit a Drug Crime. LOVE was also arrested on five felony warrants; Possession of Narcotic Paraphernalia, Obstruction of Justice while using a false identity, Trafficking Methamphetamine, Unlawful breaking/entering a vehicle, Possession/Sell Precursor. JUNKINS was also charged with possession of a controlled substance (Xanax) and carrying a Pistol without a permit (25 cal pistol).