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Crime reports: Friday, July 19, 2013

EDITOR’S NOTE: The original version of these reports incorrectly listed the charge for which Rebecca L. Roberts was sentenced. The current version is correct. We regret the error and are happy to set the record straight.

Natchez Police Department

Arrests — Thursday

Gay E. Bielefeld, 46, 132 Morgantown Road, on a charge of felony shoplifting. No bond set.

Arrests — Wednesday

Amber R. Morgan, 30, 19 Pritchard Lane, on a charge of shoplifting. Bond set at $726.

Patrice O. Johnson, 30, 5-A Ingram Circle, on a charge of shoplifting. Bond set at $726

Reports — Wednesday

Malicious mischief on Oakland Drive.

Hit and run at NPD.

Warrant arrest at NPD.

Two reports of shoplifting at Walmart.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests —Wednesday

John Martin Lewis, 33, 106 Concord, on charges of possession of a weapon by a convicted felon and possession of prozmethazine. No bond set.

Fredrick Vena Washington Jr., 21, 601 Washington Road, Apt. 4D, on a charge of burglary of an inhabited dwelling with weapons. Bond set at $37,500.

Reports — Thursday

Accident on Morgantown Road.

Alarm on U.S. 61 North.

Reports — Wednesday

Juvenile problem on Lagrange Road.

Accident on Morgantown Road.

Assisting other agency on Artman Road.

Theft on U.S. 61 North.

Fight on Terry Road.

Property damage on York Road.

Grand larceny on Pine Hill Drive.

Fraud on Simmons Road.

Accident on U.S. 84.

Disturbance on Cloverdale Road.

Traffic stop on U.S. 84.

Trespassing on Martin Luther King Jr. Road.

Fraud on Carmel Church Road.

Theft on Ruby Lane.

Lost or stolen tag on Somerset Drive.

Lost or stolen tag on South Pearl Street

Suspicious activity on Morgantown Road.

Alarm on Country Club Drive.

Concordia Parish

Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Wednesday

Damien K. Davis, 25, 12 Phillip West Road, Natchez, on a charge of introduction of contraband into a penal institute. Released to the Concordia Parish Correctional Facility.

Gaylon Lee Jefferson, 31, 906 Louisiana Ave., Ferriday, sentenced to six months in jail suspended and given credit for time served for simple battery. Released.

Rebecca L. Roberts, 32, 119 Donald Drive, Vidalia, sentenced to nine days in jail suspended and credit for time served for simple battery. Released.

Jamie Fitzgerald Anderson, 27, 165 Doty Garden Circle, Ferriday, on charges of unattended vehicle, resisting an officer by flight, possession of a schedule II controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of schedule I controlled substance with intent, obstructing public passage and gambling in public. No bond set.

James Louis Gordon Sr., 40, 19887 Louisiana 15, Lettsworth, on charges of speeding, three counts of driving under suspension, resisting an officer, flight from an officer and illegal window tint. Bond set at $4,560.

Deloris T. Gipson, 50, 204 Georgia Ave., Ferriday, sentenced to six months in jail suspended upon payment of fines and $846.50 for driving while intoxicated. No bond set.

Dustin B. Hailey, 20, 206 Wallace Circle, Vidalia, sentenced to six months in jail suspended and given credit for time served for carnal knowledge of a juvenile. Released.

Ernest Ray Griffin, 37, 130 Miranda Drive, Clayton, on a bench warrant for failure to appear for possession of marijuana and improper turn at an intersection. Bond set at $728.

Sidney Ray Gorham, 29, 157 Ron Road, Vidalia, sentenced to 90 days in jail suspended and $499 fine for simple battery. Released.

Lori H. Book, 46, 193 Maple Drive, Jonesville, sentenced to 10 days in jail suspended and $421.50 fine for driving under suspension. Released.

Javonte Beech, 20, 116 Margaret Circle, Clayton, pleaded guilty, sentences to two days in jail suspended and given credit for time served for disturbing the peace. Released.

Kadedra Ya’tesia Curry, 18, 458 Levens Addition, Ferriday, sentenced to three days in jail suspended and $349 fine for disturbing the peace. Released.

Joshua Jamal Conner, 23, 333 Doty Road, Ferriday, sentenced to three days in jail suspended and $349 fine for disturbing the peace. Released.

Michael Patterson Smith, 37, 241 Aimee Drive, Ferriday, pleaded no contest, sentenced to two days in jail and given credit for time served for speeding. Released.

Daniel Durans Butler, 32, 360 Tolliver Road, Ferriday, sentenced to 10 days in jail suspended and $349 for disturbing the peace. Released.

Doris Brown, 54, 128 Ralphs Road, Vidalia, sentences to three days in jail suspended and $222.50 fine for no driver’s license on person. Released

Reports — Wednesday

Miscellaneous at CPSO.

Drug law violation at CPSO.

Miscellaneous on Lincoln Avenue.

Traffic stop on Louisiana 129.

Traffic accident on Louisiana 15.

Traffic accident on Louisiana 425.

911 call on Louisiana 84 West.

911 call on Louisiana 900.

Welfare check on Temple Road.

Miscellaneous on Lower Levee Road.

Theft on Lincoln Avenue.

911 call on Loomis Lane.

Miscellaneous on Crestview Drive.

911 call on Louisiana 84.

911 call on Crestview Drive.

Alarms on Louisiana 568.

911 call on Sportsman Lane.

Theft on Louisiana 84.

Vidalia Police Department

Arrests — Wednesday

Robert Lorn Goodwin Jr., 48, 1217 Palm St., Vidalia, on a charge for domestic abuse battery. Bond set at $7,500.

Reports — Thursday

Traffic accident in the parking lot of Fred’s.

Simple assault at Vidalia Auto Glass.

Three reports of speeding on Carter Street.

Disabled vehicle at Papa T’s.

Animal call at United Credit.

Medical call on Mimosa Drive.

Reports — Wednesday

Public assistance on Ester Street.

Welfare check at Walmart.

Traffic stop on Viking Street.

Ferriday Police Department

Arrests — Thursday

Ellis G. Pruden, 47, 612 Texas Ave., on a bench warrant for simple battery and disturbing the peace. Bond set at $1,012.

Reports unavailable

Natchez Fire Department

Alarm on South Martin Luther King Jr. Street.

Vidalia Fire Department

No calls.

Ferriday Fire Department

No calls.

Concordia Fire District No.2

Limb fallen on power line on Crestview Drive.

Tree on top of a boat on Lake St. John.

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