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U.S. Hwy 280 Reopened
2018-11-27

All lanes of U.S. Hwy 280 at Inverness Parkway have reopened.

U.S. Hwy 280 Eastbound Closed at Inverness Parkway
2018-11-27

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office is on the scene of a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of U.S. Hwy 280 and Inverness Parkway. All eastbound lanes of U.S. Hwy 280 at the intersection are closed and are expected to remain closed for an extended period of time. Eastbound cars on Hwy 280 are able to turn onto Inverness Parkway as a detour; however, traffic is moving slowly in the area. Vehicles on Inverness Parkway going toward Hwy 280 may only turn eastbound on Hwy 280. Motorists should expect delays in the area and are encouraged to use an alternate route if possible.

Student Charged with Making Threat
2018-11-02

On Thursday, November 1, 2018, the school resource officer assigned to Oak Mountain Middle School received a report from school officials that a student made a threat directed at another student regarding the use of a gun. After a thorough search, officials determined that the threat did not pose any immediate physical threat to students, however the verbal threat was serious and as a result, there was a disruption in school activities. The incident was investigated and resulted in the arrest of a juvenile student for Terrorist Threat (13A-10-15). The juvenile student was transported to the Shelby County Juvenile Detention Center. Sheriff Samaniego wants parents to know that the school resource officers assigned to Oak Mountain Middle School, and other schools are there to ensure students are able to learn in the safest environment possible. In this case, the system in place worked as it should. The cooperation between school officials, the school resource officer and students helped to bring this incident to a quick resolution. For information on the charges listed above, please follow the link below and choose Title 13A Criminal Code, Chapter 10, Offenses against Public Administration and Section 15, Terrorist Threats. https://codes.findlaw.com/al/title-13a-criminal-code/al-code-sect-13a-10-15.html Anyone with additional information about this crime should contact the Shelby County Sheriff's Office directly at (205) 669-4181, the Secret Witness line at (205) 669-9116, or through our website at www.shelbyso.com by clicking on the "Report Criminal Activity" link and choosing "General Information.”

For Immediate Release- Captain Clay Hammac is recognized as one of law enforcement's top 40 under 40
2018-10-17

On Monday, October 8, 2018, Shelby County Sheriff’s Captain Clay Hammac, also commander of the Shelby County Drug Enforcement Task Force, was formally recognized in Orlando, Florida, by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) as one of law enforcement’s Top 40 under 40 professionals. Captain Hammac was selected from a candidate pool representing more than 32,000 law enforcement officers from 152 different countries. Annually, the IACP recognizes the top 40 law enforcement officers from across the globe, under the age of 40 for their devotion to service, compassion to others, and sacrificial leadership. The event was concluded by remarks from President Trump, recognizing the sacrifices made from all law enforcement and their families. Captain Hammac was nominated for the award by Sheriff John Samaniego. The nomination packet spotlighted his faith-based work outside of law enforcement, and a number of his career achievements, such as testifying before the U.S. Congressional Financial Services Committee. The nomination included letters of reference from others who identified his quiet compassion toward others, and selfless devotion to the spirit of service. Sheriff Samaniego commented, “Captain Hammac is so deserving of this award. He exemplifies the professionalism and hard work of our employees who work tirelessly to serve Shelby County. “ When asked about the award, Captain Hammac said, “There are so many others who are well deserving of this award, and to be recognized by my peers and my command staff is an incredible honor that leaves me speechless.” The other 39 awardees were recognized from Spain, Australia, China, Mexico, Israel, Pakistan, The United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Canada, Columbia, and 22 US States.

County Road 47 is Now Open
2018-10-09

On October 9, 2018, at 1030 a.m., the motor vehicle accident has been cleared and the road is now open for travel.

Road Closure
2018-10-09

On 10/9/2018 at 6:53 a.m., County Road 47, also known as Chelsea Road, near County Road 446 will be closed due to a motor vehicle accident. Motorists traveling through this area will need to use an alternate route. This release will be updated when the road is reopened.

County Road 26 Now Open
2018-09-11

On September 11, 2018, at approximately 5:00 p.m., the road blockage on Highway 26 was cleared and is now open for travel. Please use caution when traveling through this area as crews may still be working on the shoulder.

Traffic Alert - County Road 26 blocked at Walker Run
2018-09-11

On September 11, 2018, County Road 26 at Walker Run is completely blocked due to a downed tree and power lines. This location is near the Family Connection facility between Alabaster and Columbiana. Alabama Power crews are responding to help clear the roadway. Motorists can use Highway 31 and Highway 70 as an alternate route around the blocked road. This release will be updated when the roadway is clear for travel.

CHILD WITH AUTISM FOUND SAFE
2018-09-02

Parker Mote has been located and is now safe.

MISSING CHILD WITH AUTISM FROM THE SHELBY COMMUNITY
2018-09-02

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: On Sunday, September 2, 2018, deputies responded to the 800 block of Highway 400 on a missing autistic juvenile, 12-year-old male Parker Mote. Parker was last seen at his residence on Saturday, September 1st, 2018, at approximately 11:00 p.m. wearing green shorts and a green shirt. He is a white male with brown hair, blue eyes, 4’6” and weighs approximately 75 pounds. Deputies, along with fire department personnel are actively searching for him at this time. If anyone has any information about the whereabouts of this missing juvenile, please contact the Shelby County Sheriff's Office at (205) 669-4181 or 911.To see a picture of Parker Mote, go to https://www.facebook.com/ShelbyCounty.Sheriff/

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