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Crime reports: Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012


Natchez Police Department

Arrests — Friday

Mario L. Hartwell, 20, 601 Old Washington Road, Apt. 20-C, on charge of contempt of court for default in payment. Bond set at $282.

Lamar Stampley, 48, 137 Lewis Drive, Apt. F-5, on charge of disobeying a law enforcement officer. Bond set at $706.

Reports — Thursday

Delayed accident report at Parkway Baptist Church.

Embezzlement at O’Reilly Auto Parts.

Traffic accident on private property at Metro Communitcations.

Burglary of a business at Kingdom Childcare and Learning Center.

Petit larceny on Oakland Drive.

Affidavit arrest on at Terrace Motel.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Thursday

Crystal Davis, 27, 726 Lower Woodville Road, on charges of malicious mischief. Bond set at $1,000.

William Thomas West, 34, booked for Mississippi Highway Patrol on charges of improper turning at intersection, no license and possession of marijuana in a vehicle. Bond set at $2,500.

Reports — Thursday

Traffic stop on Lagrange Road.

Shots fired on Harmony Lane.

Juvenile problem on Firetower Road.

Disturbing the peace on Booker Road.

Intelligence report on Mississippi 553.

Loose livestock on Lagrange Road.

Animal cruelty on West Street.

Simple assault on W. Wilderness Road.

Unwanted subject on Highland Boulevard.

Traffic stop on D’Evereaux Drive.

Threats on Duckpond Road.

Threats on Perrault Street.

Theft on Old U.S. 84. No. 1.

Road hazard on Flower Road.

Theft on Mississippi 553.

Trespassing on Johnson Circle.

Malicious mischief on Lotus Drive.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Wednesday

Abe Jefferson, 51, 183 TP Road, Ferriday, sentenced 30 days jail or $499 for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Kadarrian R. Frazier, 30, 808 Louisiana Ave., Ferriday, sentenced eight days jail (suspended with credit for time served) for simple battery.

Ezequiel H. Rodriguez, 37, 1213 Poole Road, Monterey, sentenced six months jail or $846.50 for DWI (first offense).

Jerimy L. Wilson, 20, 309 Smart Lane, Ferriday, sentenced 15 days jail or $371.50 for obstruction of public passages.

Ryan S. McClung, 26, 211 Virginia Ave., two bench warrants for NPD.

April E. Sanders, 33, 555 Ellard Road, Jonesville, on charges of harboring a fugitive. No bond set.

Roxie D. Eddy, 46, 3804 Louisiana 565, Jonesville, sentenced five years DOC (suspended with five years DOC probation) and $1,231.50 for attempted possession of marijuana with intent.

Michael Lane Sanders Jr., 44, 313 Rabb Road, Ferriday, on charges of disturbing the peace — simple drunkenness and possession of marijuana. Bond set at $1,100.

No reports available.

Vidalia Police Department

Arrests — Wednesday

Ricky Franklin, 62, 4001 Carter St., on charges of failure to pay fines, bench warrant, driving under suspension and careless operation. Bond set at $400.

Christopher Stallings, 21, 562 Eagle Road, on bench warrants for theft less than $100 and monetary instrument abuse. Bond set at $500.

Dustin Spencer Turner, 38, 119 Park Drive, on charges of simple battery — domestic battery. No bond set.

Crissie Nicole Turner, 35, 119 Park Drive, on charges of simple domestic abuse battery and disturbing the peace. Bond set at $190.

Arrests — Thursday

Debra A. Madison, 51, 200 Smith St., No. 19, Ferriday, on charges of entry or remain on premesis after forbidden. Released on $220 bond.

Jimmie R. Jackson, 41, 511 S. Sixth St., Ferriday, bench warrant for failure to appear. Bond set at $500.

Edward R. Martin, 43, 120 Pear St., Ridgecrest, bench warrant for failure to appear. No bond set.

Jason L. Whittington, 28, 120 Crestview Drive, Ferriday, bench warrant for failure to appear. Bond set at $300.

LaVelle Colins, 49, 104 Circle Drive, Ridgecrest, bench warrant for failure to appear. Bond set at $100.

Reports — Wednesday

Failure to pay fines on U.S. 84.

Juvenile problem on U.S. 84.

Domestic disturbance on Park Drive.

Attempted identity theft on Cedar Street.

Traffic light violation on Carter Street.

Speeding 56/35 on Carter Street.

Reports — Friday

Leash law violation on Camelia Street.

Traffic light violation on Carter Street.

Speeding on Carter Street.

Reports — Thursday

Bench warrant on Carter Street.

Ferriday Police Department

Arrests — Thursday

Devin Carter, 20, 105 Lagrange Road, Natchez, on charges of driving under suspension. Released on $174 bond.

Andrew Ford, 41, 304 Alabama Ave., bench warrant, stop sign violation, no driver’s license and no proof of insurance. Bond set at $437.

Jamie G. Dijouma, 33, 2996 Louisiana 568, Ferriday, on charges of two counts possession of schedule III substance and possession of schedule IV substance. No bond set.

Reports — Friday

Miscellaneous call on Kyle Road.

Speeding 47/35 on U.S. 84.

Two headlights required on U.S. 425.

Reports — Thursday

Unwanted person on Montgomery Square.

No tail lights, no seat belt, no liability insurance and no proof of registration on Louisiana 15.

Speeding 55/45 and failure to signal on U.S. 425.

Two headlights required, no seat belt and no driver’s license on person on U.S. 84.

Two speeding violations on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Allowing unlicensed driver on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Failure to dim lights, no driver’s license, three child restraint violations, no liability insurance and no seat belt on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

No seat belt on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

No trailer tag on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Animal call on Serio Boulevard.

Excessive loud music and no seat belt on E.E. Wallace Bouelvard.

Loud music on Louisiana Avenue.

No insurance, switched plate, speeding 54/35, driving under suspension and expired tag on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Possession of schedule IV on Louisiana 15.

Careless operation on Louisiana Avenue.

Reports — Wednesday

Loud music on Delaware Avenue.

Failure to yield on Louisiana Avenue.

Speeding 52/40 on Louisiana Avenue.

Expired motor vehicle inspection on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

No seat belt on E.E. Wallace Bouelvard.

No seat belt, two headlights required, no proof of registration and no proof of insurance on U.S. 84.

Reports — Tuesday

Burglary on E.E. Wallace Bouelvard.

Accident on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

No seat belt, no driver’s license on person and no insurance on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Two headlights required, no proof of registration, no liability insurance on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Traffic light violation on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Loud music on Louisiana Avenue.

Speeding 46/35, no child restraint and expired driver’s license on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Speeding 57/45 and failure to dim lights on U.S. 425.

Natchez Fire Department

Traffic accident on East Franklin Street.

Grass fire on Harris Road.

Gas leak on Liberty Road.

Car wreck on U.S. 61 frontage road

Vidalia Fire Department

Medical call on Elm Street.

Medical call on John Dale Drive.

Ferriday Fire Department

No calls.

Concordia Fire District No.2



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