Monthly Archives: October 2011

SAPD to Participate in National Take Back Initiative

St. Albans PD will again be participating in the National Take Back Initiative.  This is a federally funded national program to  properly dispose unused,  unwanted, or expired medications.  We and other local law enforcement agencies have partnered with the Drug Enforcement Administration to collect these medicines.  The DEA will in turn pick them up and […]
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Daytime Burglary Arrest

After a short investigation, Timothy M. Hudson was arrested for breaking in to two St. Albans homes.  Mr. Hudson had been doing some handyman type work for the homeowners.  He admitted to entering the homes when he knew the homeowners were away and to stealing several items of jewelry and silver.  A lot of the […]
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Concerned about Facebook privacy?

Nice presentation about your privacy settings and good safety practices while on Facebook: Facebook Privacy Sept 2011
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Arrest for Child Abuse by Custodian

After a short investigation, Sgt. Marc Gilbert has arrested Keith R. Honey (71 yoa from St. Albans) for 2 counts of Sexual Abuse by a Parent, Guardian, or Custodian.  This is a felony punishable by 10-20 years in prison. The charges stem from a complaint filed on behalf of a 13 year old girl and […]
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Grand Larceny Arrest

While on patrol at about 4:24 am this morning (Sat 10/8), Ptl. P. A. Bass noticed a male & female loading a mattress in to the back of a pick up truck.  This was in the 2800 block of MacCorkle Avenue near the El Rancho Inn. When questioned, the female told officers they were moving […]
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National Take Back Initiative, October 29 from 10am to 2pm

The St. Albans Police Department is again participating in the National Take Back Initiative on Saturday, October 29 from 10am to 2pm.  Once again, we are partnering with the K-Mart in St. Albans located at 1477 MacCorkle Ave.  People can bring their unused, unwanted, or expired solid medications to be collected and properly disposed of. […]
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