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Crime reports: Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013

Natchez Police Department

Arrests —Wednesday

Kenearia J. Johnson, 18, 201 Lumber St., Apt. 803, booked to serve 24 hours in jail for shoplifting. Fine set at $544.

Arrests — Tuesday

Gayla Ross, 44, 91 Old U.S. 84, on charges of shoplifting. Bond set at $706.

Reports — Wednesday

Bench warrant arrest on Silver Street.

Public drunkenness and possession of marijuana on Conner Circle.

Phone harassment on D’Evereaux Drive.

Burglary of a residence on Oakland Drive.

Reports — Tuesday

Petit larceny on McNeely Road.

Shoplifting (first offense) on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.

Malicious mischief on Old Washington Road.

Petit larceny on Maple Street.

Accident on South Canal Street.

Grand larceny on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.

Leaving the scene of an accident on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.

Leaving the scene of an accident on North Shields Lane.

Disturbing the peace on Ouachita Street.

Two affidavit arrests on D’Evereaux Drive.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests —Wednesday

Justin Devon Anderson, 18, 314 Ann Holden Lane, on charges of grand larceny. No bond set.

Reports — Tuesday

Patrolling area on Kingston Road.

Intelligence report on Springfield Road.

Fire on James Brown Avenue.

Accident on Second Street.

Harassment on Springfield Road.

Threats on Myrtle Drive.

Alarm on Booker Road.

Alarm on Club Drive.

Accident on King Circle.

Alarm on U.S. 61 South.

Loose livestock on Duck Pond Road.

Fraud on John R. Junkin Drive.

Alarm on Reba Christian Road.

Patrolling area on Myrtle Drive.

Unwanted subject on Ingram Circle.

Shots fired on Cranfield Road.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

Arrests —Wednesday

Jonathan J. Gauthier, 18, 307 Stephens Road, sentenced to five days jail or $200 for disturbing the peace.

Joshua L. Ratcliff, 21, 163 Eagle Road, sentenced to five days jail or $200 for disturbing the peace.

Aubry J. Williamson, 20, 341 Mimosa Park, Ferriday, sentenced to 25 days suspension and $999 for hit and run two counts, open container, negligent injury, reckless operation and disturbing the peace.

Mary E. McClung, 52, 170 Lee Tyler Road, Ferriday, sentenced to 10 days jail or $349 for disturbing the peace.

Dennis A. McClung, 57, 170 Lee Tyler Road, Ferriday, sentenced to 10 days jail or $349 for disturbing the peace.

Gregory D. Beard, 52, 1180 Deadening Road, Jonesville, sentenced to six months jail or $749 for simple battery.

Whitney Turner, 18, 277 Belle Grove, sentenced to 10 days jail suspension and $349 for disturbing the peace.

Orlando Buckles, 18, 1046 Mooselodge Road, sentenced to 10 days jail suspension and $349 for disturbing the peace.

Sandra Luttrull, 47, 1218 S. Winterville Road, Port Allen, sentenced to 30 days jail suspension and $599 for simple battery and disturbing the peace.

Ernest R. Griffin, 36, 130 Miranda Drive, Clayton, sentenced to 10 days jail suspension and $349 for disturbing the peace.

Randy L. Mayberry, 36, 1912 Powell Ave., Monroe, sentenced to five days jail suspension and $371.50 for no license plate light and driving under suspension.

Frank Edward III, 33, 2149 Sanage Ave., Marrero, sentenced to 10 days jail suspension for failure to yield to emergency vehicle.

Timothy S. Piper, 23, 118 N. Grove Drive, sentenced to 10 days jail suspension and $349 for drag racing.

Hunter M. Frey, 17, 400 Huff Lane, Monterey, sentenced to 10 days jail suspension and $449 for hit and run.

Ullman G. Anderson, 31, 609 Burns Alley, Ferriday, sentenced to 10 days suspension for disturbing the peace.

Jamie L. Bailey, 28, 163 Ralph Road Lot 14, sentenced to serve 10 days in jail credit for time served for disturbing the pace.

Arrests — Tuesday

Dale R. Williams, 52, 300 Robbin Lane, Clayton, on a charge of parole hold violation. No bond set.

Reports — Wednesday

Harassing phone call on Black Bayou Road.

Alarms at Lake St. John grocery.

Reports — Tuesday

Improper lane usage on U.S. 84.

Harassing phone call on Smith Lane.

Improper lane usage on U.S. 84.

Nuisance animals on Crestview Drive.

Arrest on warrant on Carter street.

Theft on U.S. 84.

Complaint on Pear Street.

Miscellaneous on Rabb Road.

Vidalia Police Department

Arrests — Tuesday

Calvin Washington, 28, 2266 Louisiana 565, Clayton, on charges of driving under suspension, headlights required and warrant for Jena Sheriff’s Office. Bond set at $360.

Malcolm Jefferson, 25, 115 Miranda Drive, Clayton, on a charge of bench warrant for Jena Sheriff’s Office. No bond set.

Reports — Wednesday

Two speeding violations on Carter Street.

Speeding violation on Gillespie Street.

Speeding and improper display of tag on Gillespie Street.

Reports — Tuesday

Suspended driver’s license at Hair Hut.

Speeding at BKwik.

Aggravated assault on Oak Street.

Theft of bicycle at Walmart.

Natchez Fire Department

No calls.

Vidalia Fire Department

No calls.

Ferriday Fire Department

No calls.

Concordia Fire District No.2

No calls.

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