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Crime reports: Saturday, July 6, 2013

 

Natchez Police Department

Arrests —Friday

Maurice E. Davis, 21, 165 Tubman Circle, on a charge of profanity/drunkenness in public. Bond set at $359.

Arrests — Thursday

Ashley S. White, 28, 9 Reynolds St., on a charge of trespassing. Released on $726 bond.

Cadisia A. Johnson, 18, 10-A Old D’Evereaux Drive, on charges of failure to comply with request and resisting arrest. Bond set at $1,407.

Reports unavailable

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Friday

Thomas L. Oliver, 50, 2801 Roselawn Drive, sentenced to five days for driving while intoxicated.

Arrests — Thursday

Minda E. Calcote, 49, 320 Highland Blvd., on charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Released on $2,000 bond.

Reports — Friday

Theft on Louisiana 692.

Welfare check on Rebel Place.

Breaking and entering on Lincoln Heights Road.

Simple assault on James Brown Avenue.

Sexual assault on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Alarm on Club Drive.

Reports — Thursday

Auto accident on Old U.S. 84.

Extra patrol on U.S. 61 North.

Shots fired on Lake Montrose Road.

Open door on Lower Woodville Road.

Auto accident on Braswell Road
Domestic Disturbance on Poverty Hill Plantation Road.

Disturbance on Gregory Circle.

Traffic stop on Greenfield Drive.

Loud noise on Redd Loop Road.

Loud noise on Jack Kelly road.

Fire on Gregory Circle.

Juvenile problem on King Circle

Disturbance on Beacon Drive.

Accident on Pinehill Drive.

Disturbance on Cherrybark Lane.

Suspicious activity on U.S. 61 North.

Alarm on Grove Acres Road.

Traffic stop on Liberty road.

Civil matter on Second Street.

Disturbance on Tasha Drive.

Concordia Parish

Sheriff’s Office

Arrests —Friday

Myron D. Jefferson, 118 Margaret Circle, Clayton, on a warrant for Tensas Parish Sheriff’s Office and unauthorized use of motor vehicle. No bond set.

Deacon Newman, 21, 205 Margaret Ave., Natchez, on charges of careless operation, resisting an officer by providing false information, resisting an officer and disturbing the peace. Bond set at $3,558.

Arrests — Thursday

James A. Dupont, 21, 33822 Cypress Bluff, Denham Springs, on charges of burglary of a business, burglary of a vehicle and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. No bond set.

Robert West Jr., 22, 205 Deville Drive, Jonesville, on charges of burglary of a vehicle, stalking and a warrant for Jonesville Police Department. Bond set at $1,000.

Reports unavailable.

Vidalia Police Department

Arrests — Thursday

Braxton T. Hobdy III, 31, 107 Park Place, Natchez, on charges of expired license plate and driving while intoxicated. Release on $755 bond.

William R. Stage, 64, 1005 Pheasant Hollow, Cordova, Tenn., on charges of obstruction of police passage and interfering with law enforcement. Bo bond set.

Keith E. Conley, 49, 511 S. Spruce St., on charges of driving while intoxicated, open container and driving without license. Bond set at $915.

Keanna Jefferson, 18, 205 Carolina Ave., Ferriday, on a charge of theft of less than $100. Bond set at $410.

Reports — Friday

Four speeding violations on Carter Street.

Speeding on Sycamore Street.

Suspicious vehicle at Sandbar parking lot.

Escort at McDonalds.

No headlights on Carter Street.

Reports — Thursday

Disturbance on Texas Street.

Disturbance at Budget Inn.

Domestic disturbance on Wallace Circle.

Disturbance on Plum Street.

Suspicious person on Cadet Street.

Disturbance on Texas Street.

Disturbance on Davis Street.

Traffic stop at Concordia Bank.

Auto accident on Vidalia Riverfront.

Expired license plate and driving while intoxicated on Carter Street.

Traffic stop at Subway on Carter Street.

Traffic stop on Cadet Street.

Disturbance on Plum Street.

Disturbance on Viking Street.

Interfering with police officer on Vidalia Riverfront.

Disturbance on Riverside Street.

Loud music at Vidalia Market.

Open container violation on John Dale Drive.

Disturbance on Lynn Street.

Criminal mischief on Azalea Street.

Shoplifting at Walmart.

Stop sign violation and no driver’s license on person on Riverside Drive.

Simple battery on Carter Street.

Two speeding violations on Carter Street.

Alarm on D.A. Biglane.

Theft on Stampley Street.

Breaking and entering on south hickory Street.

Unwanted person on Carter Street.

Driving under suspension, expired tag and no insurance on Plum Street.

Ferriday Police Department

Arrests — Friday

Larry Shavers, 47, 379 Doty Road, on charges of disturbing the peace by public intoxication, public intimidation, simple assault on a police officer, resisting an officer, simple possession of marijuana. No bond set.

Arrests — Wednesday

Thelma J. Marshall, 30, 2825 Louisiana 568, on a charges of driving under suspension. No bond set.

Arrests — Tuesday

Joseph L. Martin, 50, 503 Seventh St., on a charge of driving under suspension. No bond set.

Reports — Friday

Disturbing the peace by public intoxication, simple assault on a police officer, resisting an officer, simple possession of marijuana on First Street.

Reports — Thursday

Stop sign violation on Louisiana 15.

Speeding and no proof of insurance on Louisiana Avenue.

Stop sign violation on Ninth Street.

Expired tags, no proof of insurance, cracked windshield, no seatbelt and no driver’s license on Shanfara.

Loud music on Louisiana Avenue.

Three speeding violations on Serio Boulevard.

Speeding on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Speeding on Oklahoma Avenue.

Speeding on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Speeding on Vougt Street.

Speeding and no driver’s license on person at Fred’s on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Reports — Wednesday

Careless operation and expired tag on Louisiana 15.

Damage to property at Circle K on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Two loud music violations on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Hit and run at Ferriday Police Station.

Driving under suspension, five child restraint violations, no proof of insurance, no proof of registration, loud music and cracked windshield at Family Dollar parking lot on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Speeding on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Careless operation and failure to report accident on Texas Avenue.

Speeding on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

No seat belt and vehicle parked in roadway on Third Street.

Reports — Tuesday

Speeding, no proof of registration, no driver’s license on person and no proof of insurance on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Two headlights required on U.S. 84.

Speeding on U.S. 84.

Harassment on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Speeding on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Auto accident on Seventh Street.

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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