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CRIME REPORTS: Friday, Sept. 21, 2012

Natchez Police Department
Arrests — Thursday

Ferdnandus M. Frye, 23, 123 Ram Circle, on charge of contempt of court for default in payment. Bond set at $780.

Arrests — Wednesday

Cedric D. Williams, 20, 318 Eastmoor Drive, on charge of contempt of court for default in payment. Bond set at $272.

Reports — Thursday

Intelligence report on Martin Luther King Jr. Street.

Reports — Wednesday

Simple assault on Old Brown’s Lane.

Deceased person on Mansfield Drive.

Bench warrant arrest on Inez Street.

Petit larceny on High Street.

Breaking and entering on Prince Street.

Simple assault by fear at Susie B. West Apartments.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests —Thursday

Jose Antonio Orduno-Soto, 33, 221 Dorrance St., on charges of two counts introduction of contraband into a correctional facility.

Ricardo Steve Tuesno, 25, on charges of acting in concert sale of schedule I controlled substance (marijuana). No bond set.

Caleb Ray Walton, 41, 93 Aldrich St., on charges of acting in concert for sale of schedule I controlled substance (marijuana), sale of schedule III controlled substance (hydrocodone), possession of marijuana with intent and possession of powder cocaine. No bond set.

Arrests — Wednesday

Gary Wayne Anderson Sr., 37, 113 Margaret Circle, on charges of burglary. No bond set.

Antonio Kenyon Clay, 21, 7 Wallace Court, on charges of probation violation. No bond set.

Reports — Wednesday

Traffic stop on U.S. 61 South.

Intelligence report on Lindo Lane.

Intelligence report on Magnolia Avenue.

Disturbance on Horseshoe Drive.

Traffic stop on U.S. 61 North.

Petit larceny on Sandpiper Road.

Loose livestock on Lewis Drive.

Alarm on Cottage Drive.

Patrolling area on Morgantown Road.

Dog problem on Newman Road.

Alarm on Magnolia Street.

Intelligence report on West Wilderness Road.

Juvenile problem on Cloverdale Road.

Drug-related call on Aldrich Street.

Patrolling area on Cloverdale Drive.

Unwanted subject on Saragossa Road.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office
Arrests —Thursday

Dewayre G. Bush, 23, 105 Marris Lee Lane, on charges of resisting an officer by violence and battery on police officer. Released on $1,344 bond.

Arrests —Wednesday

Savanna Walker Townsley, 28, 384 Dabbs Road, Clayton, on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, open container, resisting an officer and warrant for Catahoula Parish. Bond set at $1,801.50.

Joseph P. Turner III, 33, 131 Ralph Road, on a charge of warrant for LaFourche Parish. Bond set at $505.

Tamara Lynn Rimer, 29, 1630 Louisiana 15 Lot 4, Winnsboro, sentenced to three years department of corrections suspension and three years DOC probation for unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling.

Bradley J. Welch, 26, 188 Crestview Drive, Ferriday, sentenced to six months jail or $789 for possession of marijuana.

Stacia A. Mulvihill, 27, 1615 Camellia St., sentenced to six months jail or $549 for theft.

Antrainette L. Washington, 29, 9 Alabama St., sentenced to six months jail or $1,096 for driving while intoxicated — first offense.

Tremayne J. Kelly, 33, 286 Harbor Road, Ferriday, sentenced to six months jail or $1,096.50 for driving while intoxicated — first offense.

Tyrrence K. Wallace, 22, 272 Eagle Road, sentenced to 30 days jail or $99 for driving under suspension.

Amber N. Delaune, 25, 3122 Louisiana 566, Clayton, on a charge of bench warrant for failure to appear for arraignment for simple battery and probation hold violation. Bond set at $250.

Freddie Scott Jr., 45, 143 Doty Garden Circle, Ferriday, sentenced to three days jail or $222.50 for no driver’s license on person.

Reports —Thursday

Domestic disturbance on Ralphs Road.

Reports — Wednesday

Drug law violation on U.S. 84.

911 call on Spruce Street.

Disturbance on Ralphs Road.

Unwanted person on Sanson Road.

Nuisance animals on Ron Road.

Theft of firearm on Lower Levee Road.

Criminal damage to property on Eagle Road.

Theft on Foster Road.

Four calls of introduction of contraband at CPSO.

Miscellaneous on Abraham Road.

Alarms on Louisiana 568.

911 hang up call on Louisiana 15.

Alarm on Serio Boulevard.

Speeding and one headlight on U.S. 84.

Possession of stolen property on Kennedy Drive.

911 call on Tanglewood Drive.

Juvenile problem on Cowan Street.

Vidalia Police Department
No arrests

Reports — Thursday

Damage to property at Popeye’s.

Reports — Wednesday

Auto accident on Apple Street.

Disturbance on North Spruce Street.

Theft on Guilloy Street.

Theft of gas at Sprint Mart.

Theft of phone at Courthouse.

Natchez Fire Department

Alarm on O’Farrell Street.

Vidalia Fire Department

No calls.

Ferriday Fire Department

No calls.

Concordia Fire District No.2

No calls.


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