Fire Marshal investigating fire at Joe Nathan Hutton, Jr.’s home


This home belonging to Joe Nathan Hutton, Jr. burned to the ground Thursday night, October 21

Shortly after Joe Nathan Hutton Jr. was arrested last week, his home on O’Neal Street burned to the ground.
Deputy Jeremy Rancher said that the Fire Marshal had been called in to investigate as it appeared to have been arson.
Hutton was one of the eight people arrested last week when a SWAT team descended on a home on Wilson Avenue.
All of those arrested were charged with Attempted Murder. Hutton and Timothy Powell were also charged with discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle.
Rancher refused to speculate as to whether or not the arson was connected in any way to the arrests.
Bonds set on those arrested included:
Timothy Powell – no bond on the attempted murder or discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle. He is also charged with receiving stolen property and a $25,000 bond was set on that charge.
Joe Nathan Hutton, Jr. – $50,000 bond on attempted murder and $65,000 bond on the shooting into an occupied vehicle.
Cortez Gilmore – a $65,000 bond on attempted murder and a $15,000 bond on possession of marijuana.
See Antonio Scott, Danny Johnson, Eddie Ishman, Percy McShan, III and Jesse James Scott were each given a $50,000 bond for attempted murder.
When the bonds were set, a stipulation that none of them could be made by a bail bonding company was added. The bonds had to either be made in cash or property.
Other arrests made by county officers included:
10/18 – Demetrius Hodges, 29, of Boligee – FTA Theft of Property.
10/21 – Cornelia Johnson, 53, of Forkland – Contempt of Court, sentence to serve seven days in the county jail.
10/21 – Christopher Burton, 28 of Eutaw – Contempt of Court, sentence to serve seven days in the county jail.
10/22 – James Hall, 48, Mt. Hebron – possession of drug paraphernalia.
1-/21 – Omar Ezra Knott, Forkland – violation of drug court.
10/22 – Vincent Tyrone Curry, aka Vee, 21, Tuscaloosa – FTA possession of a forged instrument.
Incidents reported to the Greene County Sheriff’s Office included:
10/18 – Kendra McGhee reported an assault.
10/20 – An inmate in the county jail was found with marijuana in his possession – 11 small bags and one large bag.
10/20 – Frederick Morrow reported an ID theft.
10/22 – Napoleon Hughes reported a domestic violence harassment.
10/22 – Brenda Burke reported a theft of property including $35 in U. S. quarters, a gold charm bracelet valued at $1,000; a gold set with garnets bracelet valued at $300, one set of diamond and pearl earings (no value given).
10/22 – Annie Knox reported the theft of assorted copper wiring and an iron wash pot.

Eutaw Police Report

10/19 – Del Powell, 34, Eutaw theft of property III
10/20 – Robert Lee Finch, 10 – FTP fine on expired tag.
Incidents reported by the Eutaw Police Department included:
10/17 – A broken window was reported at a window on a building on Prairie Avenue.
10/18 -Hodges Smith reported the theft of a Cingular cell phone.
10/19 – Adrian Williams reported a menacing.
10/19 – Terry Sears reported someone stole his wallet containing personal papers and his cell phone.
10/19 – James Potts reported a harassment.
10/21 – Cardell Ellis reported an assault III.
10/21 – Ashlea Bishop reported harassing communications.
10/22 – Larry Sanford reported someone damaged the dor on the trailer at the city park.

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