Lauderdale County Deputies search for burglary suspect; Russellville Police have indictments in hand

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FLORENCE, Ala. (WHNT) - The Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Department is searching for a burglary suspect caught on camera.

Further south, Russellville Police have some warrants to serve from grand jury indictments.

Last week the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Department began hunting for a Chevy Tahoe. The driver was involved in a residential burglary on Butler Creek Road near St. Florian.

After some leads they now believe they know his identity: Brandon Berry Sharp.

An investigator said Sharp is on the run. He has arrest warrants for burglary, theft of property and receiving stolen property.

Sharp was last seen in the Zip City community.

There’s a mix of criminals law enforcement are trying to locate this week.

Russellville Police officers have grand jury indictments to serve against Johnnie Will Harris. The warrants are for possession of a forged instrument and theft of property.

Mariah CampbellMariah Lexxy Campbell is also wanted by Russellville Police on a grand jury indictment for criminal mischief 1st degree and menacing.

James Ronney MatthewsAnd since last April, Russellville Police have been searching for James Ronney Matthews. Investigators say he has an arrest warrant for burglary.

Recognize any of these folks and know their whereabouts? Police would like to get what information you might have.

Call or text the Shoals Area Crime Stoppers now. The tip line number is (256) 386-8685. You can text tip1293 plus your tip to 274637 (CRIMES).

Your name will remain anonymous and information could be worth some cash.

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