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Crime reports: Jan. 11, 2013

Natchez Police Department

Arrests — Thursday

Eddie C. McNeil, 61, 3905 Ridgewood Road, on charge of contempt of court for default in payment. Bond set at $730.

Arrests — Wednesday

Leonard John Lees, 54, 125 Melrose Ave., on a charge of simple assault. Released on $1,500 bond.

Teresa E. Hart, 37, 8 Hall Road, on a charge of contempt of court. Bond set at $990

Reports — Thursday

Malicious mischief on North Union Street.

Reports — Wednesday

Shoplifting at Walmart.

Bench warrant arrest at Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Delayed accident report at Dimple’s.

Burglary of a vehicle at Natchez Regional Medical Center.

Malicious mischief at Magnolia Bluffs Casino.

Petit larceny at Walmart.

Traffic accident on private property at Copiah-Lincoln Community College.

Shoplifting at Southside Market.

Affidavit arrest on Melrose Aveunue.

Two reports of disturbing the peace on Williams Streets.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Wednesday

Terry Calvin Jr., 25, 2808 Roselawn Drive, on charges of aggravated domestic violence. No bond set.

Charles Levell Hamilton, 29, 5 Logtown Road, on charges of contempt of court. No bond set.

Emily Vaughn Holland, 35, 116 Covington Road, booked on hold for trial.

Justin Vernon King, 23, 5 Stardust Road, on charges of probation voilation. No bond set.

Kejuan Raymonte Thompson, 19, 25 Myrtle Drive, on charges of simple assault. Bond set at $1,000.

Reports — Wednesday

Civil matter on E. Wilderness Road.

Intelligence report on State Street.

Property damage on Seale Road.

Traffic stop on Newman Road.

Theft on Hickory Street.

Accident on U.S. 61 South.

Intelligence report on Montgomery Road.

Patrolling area on Carthage Point Road.

Open door on Southview Drive.

Patrolling area on Morgantown Road.

Trespassing on Lotus Drive.

Intelligence report on Chance Road.

Intelligence report on Old U.S. 84 No. 3.

Loose livestock on Stardust Drive.

Accident on Foster Mound Road.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

Arrests —Thursday

Aubry Hill, 21, 4742 Price St., New Orleans, on a charge of introduction of contraband. No bond set.

Jeffery K. Shores, 27, 1804 North Pine St., Vivian, on a charge of introduction of contraband. No bond set.

Michael Jr. Thibeaux, 27, 600 South Severin St., Erath, on a charge of introduction of contraband.

Eddie S. Bell, 24, 3154 Justin St., Shreveport, on a charge of introduction of contraband.

Kendrick Lewis Williams, 33, 619 Tom Cotton Drive, Jonesville, on charges of simple battery, misdemeanor bench warrant for failure to pay judicial probation fees for domestic abuse battery.

Arrests — Wednesday

Jared J. Whittington, 29, 747 Ellard Road, Jonesville, on charges of aggravated flight from officer, reckless operation, battery on a police officer, three counts of resisting an officer, speeding and no driver’s license. No bond set.

Percy Delando Dunbar, 31, 600 1st St., Ferriday, on charges of bench warrant for failure to pay judicial probation for domestic abuse battery, disturbing the peace — simple drunk and jaywalking and no driver’s license. Bond set at $1,215.

Davell L. Davis, 23, 206 Vidalia Drive, sentenced to five years department of correction suspension, five years DOC probation and $1,681.50 for possession of scheduled I with intent.

Andrea D. Smith, 32, 111 Dandridge St., sentenced to three years DOC suspension, three years DOC probation and $1,681.50 for possession of scheduled I with intent.

Kayla M. Hutto, 22, 7103 Loop Road, Jonesville, sentenced to five years DOC suspension, five years DOC probation and $1,681 for possession of meth with intent and illegal possession of weapons.

Garrett Lee, 19, 446 Ron Road, sentenced to six months jail or $789 for possession of marijuana.

Joel D. Haynes, 37, 27631 Louisiana 15, Ferriday, sentenced to six months jail or $789 for possession of marijuana.

Terry M. Gregory, 44, 518 S. 8th St., Ferriday, sentenced to 30 days jail or $499 for disturbing the peace and illegal possession of stolen things.

Dutch W. Thornton, 24, 2613 Boggy Bayou road, Jonesville, sentenced to 30 days jail or $499 for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Johnny R. Green, 47, 100 Robinson Lane, Clayton, on a charge of issuing worthless checks greater than $100. Paid $230 fines.

Bobby J. Goodwin Sr., 46, 100 Pine St., Sicily Island, sentenced to six months jail or $1,096.50 for driving while intoxicated (first offense) and hit and run.

Derrick R. Barlow, 24, 116 Varner Road, Jonesville, sentenced to six months jail or $1,349 for simple criminal damage to property.

Paul W. Wilson Sr., 52, 302 Lynn Haven Drive, sentenced to 30 days jail or $49 for dogs at large.

Theodore R. Kennedy Jr., 34, 267 Concordia Park, sentenced to six months jail or $599 for simple criminal damage to property.

Yolanda E. Jones, 42, 7112 Mitchell Lane, Morganza, sentenced to three days jail or $248 for speeding.

Reports — Thursday

Complaint on U.S. 84.

Tow truck needed on Crestview Drive.

Miscellaneous on Louisiana 568.

Backed up water on Concordia Park Drive.

Reports — Wednesday

Unwanted person on Minorca Road.

Arrest on warrant at CPSO.

Threats on Margaret Circle.

911 call on Carter Street.

Miscellaneous on Louisiana 15.

Complaint on Cottonwood Drive.

Theft on Rabb Road.

Theft on Louisiana 129.

Dog complaint on Raymond Cooper Drive.

91 call on Drumgoole Street.

Domestic dispute on Belle Grove Circle.

Miscellaneous on Louisiana 568.

Vidalia Police Department

Arrests — Wednesday

Jared Whittington, 29, 747 Ellard Road, Jonesville, on a charge of first-degree robbery. No bond set.

Melvin Harris, 57, 2664 Church Hill Road, Church Hill, on charges of bench warrant for disturbing the peace and bench warrant for assault. Bond set at $600.

Reports — Thursday

Theft less than $200 on Azalea Drive.

Reports — Wednesday

Possible attempted break in on Circle Drive.

Theft of T.V. at Aarons

Natchez Fire Department

Smoke smell at Williams Apartments.

Vidalia Fire Department

No calls.

Ferriday Fire Department

No calls.

Concordia Fire District No.2

No calls.

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