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CRIME REPORTS: Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012


Natchez Police Department

Arrests — Wednesday

Toni S. Logan, 28, 101-B Edgin St., on charge of contempt of court for default in payment. Released on $475 bond.

Reports — Tuesday

Burglary of a residence on Briarwood Road.

Forgery at United Mississippi Bank.

Intelligence report (recovered marijuana) at Natchez Community Hospital.

Traffic accident on private property at Walmart.

Damage to private property at Natchez Community Hospital.

Petit larceny at Dollar Tree.

Identity theft at Affordable Home Furnishings.

Traffic accident on private property at the Tracetown Shopping Center.

Malicious mischief on Maplewood Lane.

Burglary of a vehicle at Holiday Apartments.

Affidavit arrest at NPD.

Burglary of a storage building at the Sunshine Shelter.

Burglary of a storage building on North Union Street.

Intelligence report at Wendy’s.

Burglary of a residence at Home Hardware.

Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle on College Street.

Malicious mischief on Duncan Avenue.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests —Wednesday

Eddie Wayne Jones, 45, 15 Zoe St., on charges of contempt of court — failure to appear. No bond set.

Arrests — Tuesday

Christopher Cornish, 39, 307 South Bluebird Drive, on charges of two counts controlled substance violation. No bond set.

Donald Allen Davis, 54, 180 Morgantown Road, on charges of simple assault. Released on $1,000 bond.

Al Curtis Green Jr., 27, 648 Shannon St., Fayette, on charges of no insurance, speeding 80/65, expired tag and driving under suspension. Released on $750 bond.

Anna Laura Martin, 31, 2932 Miller Ave., on charges of receiving stolen property. Released on $2,500 bond.

Kenneth John Nosser, 53, 28 South Circle Drive, on charges of probation or parole hold. No bond set.

Deyounta Vungarret Rogers, 19, 5 Hazlip St., on charges of obstruction of justice. Released on $1,000 bond.

Johnny Farrell Seals, 27, 14 Foster Mound Road, on charges of simple domestic violence and felony possession of marijuana. No bond set.

Eddie Wesley, 56, 12 Steamplant Road, on charges of contempt of court — failure to appear. Released on $1,500 bond.

Chelsea Whittington, 27, 1628 Azalea St., on charges of speeding on state highway and driving under suspension. Released on $1,500 bond.

Damon Jerrill Hargrave, 32, 5 Horseshoe Circle

No reports available.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

Arrests —Wednesday

Samantha N. Edwards, 31, 108 Main St., Harrisonburg, sentenced three days or $349 for disturbing the peace.

Angelica M. Lewis, 22, 7 Stardust Drive, Natchez, sentenced two days or $100 for no child restraint.

George F. Lindsey Jr., 46, 222 Magee Road, Collins, sentenced 30 days or $549 for aggravated assault.

Warren G. Neal, 40, 3 Florida St., Vidalia, civil bench warrant for child support. Released on $550 fee.

Jerimy L. Wilson, 20, 309 Smart Lane, Ferriday, bench warrant for failure to pay judicial probation fees. Released on $275 fine.

Arrests — Tuesday

James Larry Dykes III, 20, 59 Duck Pond Road, Natchez, sentenced seven years for sexual battery and felony carnal knowledge of a juvenile; start sentence Sept. 4.

Reports — Tuesday

Possible accident involving a horse (horse not located) on U.S. 65.

Disturbance on North Grove Drive.

Accident on Louisiana Avenue.

Vidalia Police Department

No arrests.

Reports — Wednesday

Disturbance on Murray Drive.

Ferriday Police Department

Arrests — Friday

Johnjuan D. Hawkins, 18, 216 Second St., on charges of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Bond set at $87,500.

Natchez Fire Department

No calls.

Vidalia Fire Department

Medical call on Front Street.

Ferriday Fire Department

No calls.

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