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Crime reports: Monday, Dec. 23, 2013

Natchez Police Department

Arrests — Sunday

Joseph L. Dunbar III, 33, 601 Old Washington Road, Apt. 3-C, on a charge of simple domestic violence. No bond set.

Elizabeth B. Junkin, 19, 2276 Martin Luther King Jr. Road, on a charge of public drunkenness. Bond set at $359.

Oscar Tillery Jr., 59, 3783 Dolorosa Loop Road, Woodville, on a charge of driving with a suspended/revoked license.

Arrests — Saturday

Brandi S. Assabor, 27, 128 Brookfield Drive, on a charge of shoplifting. Served 24 hours and was released. Bond set at $492.

Reports — Sunday

Intoxicated pedestrian on Main Street.

Hit and run on Briarwood Road.

Intelligence report on Roth Hill Road.

Reports — Saturday

Traffic stop on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.

Intelligence report on Kennedy Drive.

Vehicle burglary on North Rankin Street.

Malicious mischief and telephone harassment at Holiday Apartments.

Malicious mischief at Holiday Apartments.

Grand larceny at Natchez-Adams County Humane Society shelter.

Intelligence report at Magnolia Bluffs Casino.

Malicious mischief at NPD.

Malicious mischief on North Pearl Street.

Malicious mischief on Pilgrim Boulevard.

Intelligence report at Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.

Petit larceny at Magnolia Bluffs Casino.

Civil matter at NPD.

Accident at Walmart.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

No arrests

Reports — Saturday

Patrolling area on U.S. 61 North.

Unwanted subject on West Wilderness Road.

Road hazard on Old North Street.

Intelligence report on Liberty Road.

Dog problem on Cottage Drive.

Loose livestock on Powlett Road.

Suspicious activity on Morgantown Road.

Arrest on Pilgrim Boulevard.

Patrolling area on Magnolia Bluff Road.

Alarm on Market Street.

Dog problem on Meadow Ridge Road.

Malicious mischief on Country Club Drive.

Alarm on Tasha Drive.

Road hazard on Kingston Road.

Property damage on East Wilderness Road.

Intelligence report on Coventry Road.

Threats on Magnolia Avenue.

Intelligence report on Ashley Lane.

Welfare concern/check on Deerlake Road.

Disturbance on Cannonsburg Road.

Welfare concern/check on U.S. 61 North.

Traffic stop on Pilgrim Boulevard.

Unwanted subject on Morgantown Road.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

No arrests

Reports unavailable

Vidalia Police Department

Arrests — Sunday

Michael Anthony LaPrairie, 32, 1630 Camellia St., on charges of domestic abuse battery and resisting an officer. Bond set at $760. Transported to CPSO.

Reports — Sunday

Civil matter on Camellia Street.

Medical call on Danny Drive.

Domestic disturbance on Camellia Street.

Reports — Saturday

Improper tint on Cross Street.

Civil matter on Davis Street.

Fire on Carter Street.

Speeding in Sonny’s Pizza parking lot.

Speeding and no proof of insurance on Carter Street.

Ferriday Police Department

Reports unavailable

Natchez Fire Department

Sunday

Car wreck on U.S. 84.

Gas leak on Mississippi Avenue.

Saturday

Car fire on Henderson Street.

False alarm on West First Street.

Car wreck at intersection of North Union and Franklin streets.


Vidalia Fire Department

No calls.


Ferriday Fire Department

No calls.


Concordia Fire District No. 2

Unavailable.

 

 

Adams County Circuit Court

Monday, Nov. 25:

Hine Brown Jr. pleaded guilty to grand larceny in Judge Forest “Al” Johnson’s court. Sentenced to 10 years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections. After receiving credit for time already served as allowed by law, the remaining balance is suspended and the defendant is placed on post-release supervision for five years with the Mississippi Department of Corrections. As a special condition of the defendant’s post-release supervision, the defendant must participate and successfully complete the Adams County Drug Court Program. Must pay all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee.

Friday, Nov. 22:

Calvin Matthews, who was indicted for accessory after the fact on March 25, 2013, has his case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Judge Johnson’s court because there is insufficient evidence to obtain a conviction.

Brandon Collins, who was indicted for accessory after the fact on March 25, 2013, has his case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Judge Johnson’s court because there is insufficient evidence to obtain a conviction.

Antonio Clay, who was indicted for accessory after the fact in Cause No. 13-KR-0057(D)-J on March 25, 2013, has his case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Judge Johnson’s court because there is insufficient evidence to obtain a conviction.

Venisha Noble, who was indicted for accessory after the fact in Cause No. 13-KR-0057(G)-J on March 25, 2013, has her case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Judge Johnson’s court because the State has granted transactional immunity to her in return for her agreement to testify truthfully against the remaining defendants.

Shakira Clay, who was indicted for murder in on March 25, 2013, has her case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Judge Johnson’s court after the State has granted transactional immunity to her in return for her agreement to testify truthfully against the remaining Defendants.

Wednesday, Nov. 20:

Larry Penton pleaded guilty to grand larceny in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to six years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections. After receiving credit for time already served as allowed by law, the remaining balance is suspended and the defendant is place on post-release supervision for five years with the Mississippi Department of Corrections. As a special condition of the defendant’s post-release supervision, the Court orders that the defendant is prohibited from entering all Walmart property. Must pay all court costs and fees as well as a $200.00 prosecution fee within 90 days from the date of this Order (Nov. 13).

Friday, Nov. 15:

Eric Kewayne Holmes, who was indicted for possession of a stolen firearm in on Jan. 30, 2101, has his case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Judge Johnson’s court after pleading guilty to armed robbery and sentenced accordingly on Nov. 4, 2013.

Leroy Rydell Wimberly, who was indicted for burglary of a storehouse (2 counts) in Cause No. 13-KR-0090-J on Aug. 8, 2013, has his case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Judge Johnson’s court after pleading guilty to burglary of a storehouse as a habitual offender in Cause No. 13-KR-0106-J and being sentenced accordingly.

Eric Holmes, who was indicted for burglary of a dwelling in Cause No. 13-KR-0030(B)-J on Jan. 29, 2013, has his case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Judge Johnson’s court after pleading guilty on Nov. 4, 2013 to armed robbery in Cause No. 13-KR-0010-J and being sentenced accordingly.

Mark Martin pleaded guilty to the lesser misdemeanor offense of contributing to the neglect or abuse of a child in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to one year in the Adams County Jail suspended and placed on misdemeanor non-reporting probation for three years. The conditions of the probation are as follows: (1) The defendant’s future good behavior and that he violates no laws; (2) Prompt payment in full of all court costs, fees, and a prosecution fee of $200; (3) Payment in full of a fine of $1,000, which shall be paid in monthly installments of $100 until paid in full starting on Dec. 1, 2013.

Thursday, Nov. 14:

O’Bryan Cortez Washington pleaded guilty to burglary of an automobile (Count I only) in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to three years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections suspended and placed on probation for three years with the Mississippi Department of Corrections. Must pay all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee within 90 days from the date of this Order (Nov. 13).

Corey Danos pleaded guilty to burglary of an automobile (Count I only) in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to six years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections. After receiving full credit for time served as permitted by law, the remaining balance will be served on post-release supervision for five years with the MDOC. Due to a hold from Louisiana on the defendant, said post-release supervision should be non-reporting until further order of the court. Must pay all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee. Count II (burglary of an automobile) is dismissed.

Thursday, Nov. 7:

Damone R. Johnson Jr. pleaded guilty to dog fighting in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to three years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections. After receiving full credit for time already served, the remaining balance will be served on formal post-release supervision with the Mississippi Department of Corrections for two years. Must pay a fine of $1,000 all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee no later than Dec. 31.

Mikell Dinell Chatman pleaded guilty to dog fighting in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to three years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections. After receiving credit for time already served, the remaining balance will be served on formal post-release supervision with the Mississippi Department of Corrections for two years. Must pay a fine of $1,000, all court costs and fees as well as a $200.00 prosecution fee no later than Dec. 31.

Wednesday, Nov. 6:

Adrian Odell Thomas pleaded guilty to felony DUI in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to three years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections suspended and placed on one year intensive supervision (house arrest) with the MDOC. Upon successful completion of intensive supervision, the defendant will be placed on post-release supervision for two years with the Mississippi Department of Corrections. Must pay a fine of $2,000, a prosecution fee of $200, and any and all court cots and fees within one year of the date of this Order (Nov. 4).

Angela Strahan pleaded guilty to misdemeanor contributing to the delinquency of a child in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to one year in the Adams County Jail suspended and placed on misdemeanor non-reporting probation for three years. The conditions of the probation are as follows: (1) The defendant’s future good behavior and that she violate no laws; (2) Prompt payment in full of all court costs, fees, and a prosecution fee of $200; (3) Payment in full of a fine in the amount of $1,000, paid to the District Attorney’s Office no later than 30 days from the date of this Order (Nov. 5, 2013); (4) As a special condition, the defendant shall have no contact, direct or indirect, with the victim, the victim’s mother, and the victim’s family in this case.

Monday, Nov. 4:

Freddie Scott Jr. pleaded guilty to felony DUI (Count I) in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to two years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections suspended and placed on one year intensive supervision (house arrest) with the Mississippi Department of Corrections. Must pay a fine of $2,000 a prosecution fee of $200 and any and all court costs and fees within one year of the date of this Order (Oct. 31).

Thursday, Oct. 31:

Jenna Joette Williams pleaded guilty to the lesser misdemeanor offense of petit larceny (two counts) in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced as follows (1) Serve a period of six months in the county jail on each count to run concurrent. However, the Defendant is given credit for any time served and the remainder of the sentences is suspended upon good behavior and strict adherence to the terms of this order; (2) Pay court costs in the amount of $248.75 within 30 days; (3) Pay restitution to the victim in the amount of $880 within 90 days with $380 of said restitution to be paid immediately; (4) Have no contact with the victim or the victim’s family; (5) Be placed on non-reporting probation for one year; (6) The defendant shall appear before the Court on Feb. 10, 2014 at 9 a.m. to report on the progress being made by the defendant in getting all fees and restitution paid in full. If the defendant has paid all fees and restitution in full as ordered, she need not appear.

Justin Michael Gray pleaded guilty to burglary of a building other than a dwelling in Judge Lillie Blackmon Sanders’ court. Sentenced to five years in the State Department of Corrections. After serving one day, the remaining balance is suspended and the defendant is placed on four years, 364 days formal post-release supervision, which shall be supervised under the supervision of MDOC. Full credit given for any time already served in the Adams County Jail. Must pay all court costs and a prosecution fee of $200 within 30 days from this day in the Office of the Adams County Circuit Clerk.

Tuesday, Oct. 22:

Augustine A. Bailey pleaded guilty to felony shoplifting in Judge Johnson’s court. The court withheld 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 up to three years, or further order of the court; (2) Payment of all court costs, including any fees incurred by Adams County, plus a prosecution fee of $200 within 60 days from the date of this Order; (3) Payment of restitution in the amount of $322.35 within 60 days from the date of this Order.

Monday, Sept. 30:

Sam Robert Hoggatt, who was indicted for possession of stolen firearms, has his case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Judge Johnson’s court because there is insufficient evidence to obtain a conviction.

Natchez Municipal Court Cases

Friday, Dec. 6:

Mario L. Hartwell, 21, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Driver’s license suspended for six months. Fine set at $493.

Vaneika Jashun Frye, 33, pleaded guilty to shoplifting — first offense. Sentenced to 30 days with 27 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. To serve three days in jail. Banned from Walmart. Fine set at $573.

Monday, Dec. 9:

Brandy Assabor pleaded guilty to shoplifting — first offense. Sentenced to 30 days with 28 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. To serve two days in jail. Fine set at $573.

Jeanne Stockman, 65, pleaded guilty to shoplifting — first offense. Sentenced to 30 days with 28 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. To serve two days in jail. Fine set at $598.

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