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Crime reports: Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012

Natchez Police Department

Arrests — Thursday

Bradley Artis, 41, 5886 Senville, Seville, Ga., on a hold for another agency.

Larry Penton, 50, 1002 Eastwood Road, on charge of petit larceny. Bond set at $706.

Reports — Friday

Simple assault by fear on Rembert Street.

Reports — Thursday

Affidavit arrest at NPD.

Abandoned bicycle on Melrose Avenue.

Malicious mischief at Daisy Street Grocery.

Simple assault on St. Catherine Street.

Grand larceny on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Disturbing the peace on Watts Avenue.

Petit larceny on North Concord Avenue.

Petit larceny at Walmart.

Shoplifting at Walmart.

Arrest for another agency on Homochitto Street.

Reports — Wednesday

Traffic accident on private property at Southside Market.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests —Thursday

Cedrick James Foster, 32, 376 Concordia Park, Vidalia, indicted on charges of sale of hydrocodone. Released.

Keith Dewayne Frye, 34, 660 Cannonsburg Road, Cannonsburg, indicted on charges of sale of marijuana. Released.

Karon Harden, 31, 6 Dorsey Lane, indicted on charges of sale of marijuana. Released.

Emily Vaughn Holland, 35, 116 Covington Road, Natchez, indicted on charges of uttering a forgery and possession of a stolen vehicle. No bond set.

Louis Shelby Johnson, 26, 114 Mount Carmel Drive, indicted on charges of possession of schedule II substance. Released.

Devin Sharwn Mason, 19, 3 Beechwood Lane, indicted on charges of burglary of a dwelling. Released.

Dantrell Demon Minor, 26, 2717 Miller Ave., indicted on charges of introduction of contraband. Released.

Kenneth Torone Newborne, 26, 401 Monette St., indicted on charges of indroduction of contraband. Released.

Jermail Travone Thomas, 26, 348-A State Park Road, indicted on charges of sale of controlled substance. Released.

Charles Edward Williams, 30, 17 Soldiers’ Retreat, indicted on sale of possession of schedule V controlled substance. Released.

Terry Lamont Williams, 9 Reynolds St., indicted on charges of sale of controlled substance. Released.

Reports — Wednesday

Traffic stop on U.S. 61 North.

Suspicious activity on Mazique Lane.

Welfare concern on U.S. 61 North.

Intelligence report on Lower Woodville Road.

Petit larceny on Mazique Lane.

Grand larceny on Dave Levitte Road.

Dog problem on Forrest Home Road.

Alarm on Dogwood Drive.

Traffic stop on St. Catherine Street.

Gas drive-off on U.S. 61 North.

Fight on Country Club Drive.

Malicious mischief on Franklin Street.

Intelligence report on Cranfield Road.

Accident on Shelby Drive.

Disturbance on Deerlake Road.

Abandoned vehicle on West Wilderness Road.

Threats on Grafton Circle.

Traffic stop on U.S. 61 North.

Suspicious activity on White Oak Drive.

Intelligence report on Traceside Drive.

Loud noise on Pineview Drive.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

Arrests —Friday

Joshua M. Craig, 27, 114 Apple St., Ridgecrest, department of corrections transfer. No bond set.

Oliver M. Hebrard, 28, 1806 Touro St., New Orleans, on charges of possession of schedule I with intent and introduction of contraband into penal institute. No bond set.

Kedrick S. Johnson, 35, 1152 Jayde Ave., Baton Rouge, on charges of possession of marijuana and introduction of contraband into penal institute. No bond set.

Jon Michael Brandon Cowan, 18, 164 Peacher Road, Pollock, on a charge of auto theft recovery. No bond set.

Reports — Friday

Loose horses on Louisiana 425 in Clayton.

Reports — Thursday

Auto theft on Cowan Street.

Complaint on Weaver Street.

Speeding on Louisiana 15.

Restraining order broken on Raymond Smith Drive.

Juvenile problem on Ron Road.

Juvenile problem at Riverland Medical Center.

Vidalia Police Department

No arrests

Reports — Friday

Failure to yield and expired motor vehicle insurance at Napa Autoparts.

Auto accident at Napa Autoparts.

Reports — Thursday

Disturbance at Walmart.

Speeding at RV Park.

Harassment at VPD.

Ferriday Police Department

Arrests — Thursday

Chelsea C. Scott, 29, 303 Ferriday Drive, Ridgecrest, on charges of no seat belt, expired motor vehicle insurance, expired tag, no liability insurance and driving under suspension. Released on $174 bond.

Jacqueline S. Jackson, 46, 804 Marilyn Ave., on charges of driving under suspension and bench warrant for FPD. No bond set.

Chuck E. Barice, 53, 439 Elementary St., Waterproof, on charges of entry or remaining after being forbidden and two counts of resisting an officer. Bond set at $943.

Reports — Friday

Stop light violation, failure of owner to carry registration, no proof of liability insurance and expired motor vehicle insurance over 90 days on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

No seat belt, no child restraint and no driver’s license on person on Utah Avenue.

Burglary on Huntington Drive.

Stop light violation at Tauntons.

No seat belt at Exxon.

No seat belt on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Reports — Thursday

Loud music and open container on Florida Avenue.

No seat belt at Riverland Medical Center.

No seat belt, no liability insurance, driving under suspension, expired motor vehicle insurance and expired tag on U.S. 84.

No seat belt on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

No seat belt on Louisiana Avenue.

Stop sign violation on U.S. 84.

Hit and run at Front Mission.

Expired motor vehicle insurance and driving under suspension at B & J.

Entry after being forbidden and two counts of resisting an officer on Florida Avenue.

Expired motor vehicle insurance at Riverland Medical Center.

Reports — Tuesday

Speeding at Fred’s.

No driver’s license, no insurance and failure to yield at Aden’s.

No tags on Florida Avenue.

Speeding, expired motor vehicle insurance, cracked windshield and no proof of insurance on U.S. 84.

Natchez Fire Department


Vidalia Fire Department

No calls.

Ferriday Fire Department

No calls.

Concordia Fire District No.2

No calls.


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