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Crime reports: Monday, April 1, 2013

 

Natchez Police Department

Arrests —Sunday

Tryone D. Williams, 27, 137 Lewis Drive Apt. C-01, on a charge of disturbing the peace. No bond set.

Arrests — Saturday

Shalonga S. Long, 27, 231 Wildsville Road, Jonesville, on a charge of shoplifting. Bond set at $706.

Reports — Sunday

Malicious mischief on North Pearl Street.

Reports — Saturday

Simple assault on U.S. 61 North.

Shoplifting at Belk.

Reports — Friday

Intelligence report at Natchez Mall.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Saturday

Angela Jeneen Brown, 31, 601 Old Washington Road, on charges of driving under the influence, speeding and no driver’s license. Released on $3,000 bond.

Reports — Saturday

Aggravated assault on Liberty Road.

Intelligence report on Market Street.

Alarm on Lost Creek Road.

Traffic stop on U.S. 84.

Civil matter on Tasha Drive.

Intelligence report on Bluegrass Road.

Intelligence report at Mississippi River.

Grand larceny on Springfield Road.

Fight on Redd Loop Road.

Disturbance on Lake Montrose Road.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s 
Office

Arrests —Sunday

Peyton Renee Carter, 20, 44 Farr Road, Natchez, on a charge of interference with state police. No bond set.

Stephen Robert Rogillio, 18, 414 Myrtle St., on charges of careless operation and driving while intoxicated first offense. Released on $1,858 bond.

Arrests — Saturday

Cornelius R. Jefferson, 31, 522 Concordia Park Drive, on charges of speeding/operating a vehicle while under suspension for certain prior offenses. No bond set.

Nathalie Duncan, 24, 184 Lynn Haven, Ferriday, on a charge of probation and parole hold violation for probation violation. No bond set.

Mary Theresa Franklin, 45, 714 Hampton Alley, Ferriday, on a charge of bench warrant failure to pay judicial probation for simple battery. Bond set at $325 bond.

Reports unavailable

Vidalia Police Department

Arrests — Sunday

Hart L. TIffee, 31, 679 Louisiana 907, Monterey, on charges of driving while intoxicated first offense and improper lane usage. Released on $765 bond.

Reports — Sunday

Driving while intoxicated first offense and improper lane usage on Carter Street.

Reports — Saturday

Speeding on Carter Street.

Auto accident on Carter Street.

Ferriday Police Department

Arrests — Saturday

Stevie Scales, 26, 653 Levens Addition, on charges of contributing to delinquency of a juvenile and manufacture distribution of scheduled I drug. No bond set.

Reports unavailable

Natchez Fire Department

Unavailable

Vidalia Fire Department

No calls.

Ferriday Fire Department

No calls.

Concordia Fire District No.2

No calls.

 

 

Adams County Justice Court

Week of March 22-28

Eugene Hayes charged with molesting. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Adams County Circuit Court

Tuesday, March 26:

Troy James Ford pleaded guilty to the lesser felony crime of manslaughter in Judge Forrest “Al” Johnson’s court. Sentenced to 20 years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections. Full credit given for time served in the Adams County Jail. Must pay a prosecution fee of $200 and all court costs and fees.

Tuesday, March 19

Dolly Hargrave, who was indicted on an embezzlement charge on Dec. 6, 2010, has her case entered nolle prosequi after successfully completing the pre-trial intervention program.

Monday, March 18

Magen A. Fayard, who was previously sentenced in Judge Johnson’s court to serve six years in the MDOC for three counts of burglary of a dwelling, has successfully completed the R.I.D. program. After payment in full of the court-ordered amounts, the court orders that the remaining balance of said sentence shall be served on post-release supervision for five years with the MDOC.

Friday, March 15

Rashon Quantez Hawkins was found not guilty by a jury on three counts of aggravated assault in Judge Johnson’s court.

Sebastian Dewayne Cole pleaded guilty to two counts of the lesser misdemeanor charge of petit larceny in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to six months in the county jail; the defendant is given credit for time served and the remainder of the sentenced is suspended upon good behavior and strict adherence to the terms of this order. Must pay court costs of $246.00 within 30 days. Must pay restitution to the victim of $500.00 within 30 days. Must have no contact with the victim or the victim’s property. Must be placed on non-reporting probation for one year.

Wednesday, March 13

Antonio Robinson pleaded guilty to the lesser misdemeanor offense of petit larceny in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to serve six months in the county jail; the defendant is given credit for time served and the remaining balance is suspended upon good behavior and strict adherence to the terms of this order. Must pay court costs of $246 within 30 days. Must pay restitution to the victim of $500 within 30 days. Must have no contact with the victim or the victim’s property. Must be placed on non-reporting probation for one year.

Tuesday, March 12

Curtis Bland pleaded guilty to the lesser misdemeanor offense of petit larceny in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to serve six months in the county jail; the defendant is given credit for time served and the remainder of the sentenced is suspended upon good behavior and strict adherence to the terms of this order. Must pay court costs of $247.75 within 30 days. Must pay restitution to the victim of $500 within 60 days. Must have no contact with the victim or the victim’s property. Must be placed on non-reporting probation for one year.

Richard Trevon Norman III, who was indicted for felony malicious mischief on Nov. 30, 2012, has his case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Judge Johnson’s court because there is insufficient evidence to sustain a conviction.

Monday, March 11

Sean Terrence Crocket pleaded guilty to D.U.I. — third offense in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to four years in the MDOC. The court finds that the defendant is low-risk and non-violent; therefore, said sentence is suspended and the defendant is placed on intensive supervision for one year with the MDOC. After successful completion of intensive supervision (house-arrest), the defendant shall be placed on post-release supervision for three years with the MDOC. Any fine shall be suspended due to financial hardship. Must pay all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee prior to completing Intensive Supervision.

Thursday, March 7

Victoria Delphine Carr pleaded guilty to aggravated assault in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to five years in the MDOC. After receiving full credit for time served, said sentence is to be suspended, and the defendant is placed on probation for five years with the MDOC. Must pay all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee within 90 days from the date of this Order.

Tuesday, March 5

Aronica Dukes pleaded guilty to introducing contraband into a jail facility in Judge Johnson’s court. The court withholds acceptance of the guilty plea pending the successful completion of the following conditions: 1) Her future good behavior and that she violates no laws for a period of time up to five years, or further order of the court; 2) Her payment in full of a fine of $1,000, all court costs and fees, to include a $200 prosecution fee to be paid no later than six months from the date of this order.

Denzel Fort pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact (count II) in Judge Johnson’s court. The court withholds acceptance of the guilty plea pending the successful completion of the following conditions: 1) His future good behavior and that he violates no laws for a period of time up to four years, or further order of the Court; 2) His payment in full of a fine of $1,000, all court costs and fees, to include a $200 prosecution fee to be paid no later than six months from the date on this order; 3) His continued participation at his church as part of his community service.

Allen Hughes aka Michael Allen Hughes pleaded guilty to possession of a weapon by a convicted felon in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to six years in the MDOC. After receiving full credit for time served, the sentence is suspended and the defendant is placed on post-release supervision for five years with the MDOC. Must pay all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee.

Monday, March 4

Christopher Cockerham was previously sentenced in Judge Johnson’s court to serve a term of six years in the MDOC on an embezzlement charge. The court further retained jurisdiction for one year for placement into the R.I.D. program. The court is advised that the defendant successfully completed the R.I.D. program. The balance of the sentenced is suspended and the defendant is placed on post-release supervision for five years with the MDOC. Must pay all fines, all court costs and fees to include a $200 prosecution fee within 90 days from the date of this order.

Robert Lee King, who was indicted for sexual battery and child fondling (unlawful touching of a child) on Sept. 25, 2012, has his case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Judge Johnson’s court because there is insufficient evidence to sustain a conviction.

Tylon J. Martin was previously sentenced in Judge Johnson’s court to serve 16 years in the MDOC on a burglary of a dwelling charge. The court further retained jurisdiction for one year for placement into the R.I.D. program. The court is advised that the defendant has successfully completed the R.I.D. program. The balance of the sentence is suspended and the defendant is placed on post-release supervision for 10 years with the first five years to be formal reporting post-release supervision and the remaining five years to be non-reporting post-release supervision with the MDOC. Must pay restitution of $519, all fines, court costs and fees to include a $200 prosecution fee within 120 days from the date of this order.

Wednesday, Feb. 20

Melissa Blackwell pleaded guilty to forgery (Count V) in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to eight years in the MDOC. After receiving full credit for time served, the sentence is suspended and the defendant is placed on post-release supervision for five years with the MDOC. Must pay restitution of $1,213.46, all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee. As a special condition of the defendant’s post-release supervision, the defendant must agree to proceed with the Chancery Court commitment for purposes of alcohol and drug rehabilitation. Counts I-IV, VI and VII (forgery) are dismissed.

Friday, Feb. 15

Delbert Sims, who was indicted by a grand jury for possession of a weapon by a convicted felon on Aug. 17, 2012, has his case entered nolle prosqeui and dismissed in Judge Johnson’s court after pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine in Cause No. 12-KR-0139-J and being sentenced accordingly.

Tuesday, Feb. 12

Sabrina Netterville pleaded guilty to burglary of a dwelling in Judge Johnson’s court. The court withholds acceptance of the plea and sentence thereon pending successful completion of the following conditions, for a period of up to five years: 1) The defendant’s good behavior and that she violates no laws whatsoever; 2) The defendant has no contact, direct or indirect, with the victim in this case; 3) Payment of restitution, which the court sets at $5,000, of which $2,000 was ordered paid immediately to the victim, with the remaining $3,000.00 to be paid to Farm Bureau Insurance; and 4) Payment of all court costs, including a prosecution fee of $200, within 30 days.

Andre L. Doss pleaded guilty to the lesser misdemeanor offense of petit larceny in Judge Johnson’s court. 1) Sentenced to serve 45 days in the County Jail; the defendant is given credit for time served; 2) Immediately pay court costs of $246; 3) Pay restitution to the victim of $325.

Monday, Feb. 11

Tiffany Davis was previously sentenced in Judge Johnson’s court to serve six years in the MDOC on a felony shoplifting charge. The Court further retained jurisdiction for one year for placement in the R.I.D. program. At this time, the Court is advised that the defendant successfully completed the R.I.D. program. After payment in full of the court-ordered amounts, the Court orders that the defendant be placed on intensive supervision for one year with the MDOC. Upon successful completion of intensive supervision, the defendant is to be placed on post-release supervision for the remaining balance of said sentence with the MDOC.

Camille King pleaded guilty to felony false pretense in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to five years in the MDOC suspended and the defendant is placed on probation for five years with the MDOC. Must pay all court costs and fees to include a $200 prosecution fee.