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Crime reports: March 4, 2011

Natchez Police Department


Arrests — Wednesday


Adams Jawon King, 26, 45 Beaumont St., on charges of willful trespass. Bond set at $704.


Garry Darnell Byrd, 20, 2-B Saragosa Road, on charges of disturbing the peace. Released on $487 bond.


Cartrell Harris, 53, 34 Marin Ave., on charges of no driver’s license and no proof of insurance. Released on $1,077 bond.


Reports — Thursday


Intelligence report on John R. Junkin Drive.


Reports — Wednesday


Accident on Old Washington Road.


Intelligence report on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.


Trespassing and petit larceny on McIntyre Street.


Intelligence report on Natchez Street.


Disturbing the peace on Lumber Street.


Trespassing on North Wall Street.


Intelligence report on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.


Simple assault on Watts Avenue.


Disturbing the peace on North Shields Lane.


Malicious mischief on North Pear Street.


Accident on Silver Street.


Driving with no license or proof of insurance on Louisiana Street.


Accident on Silver Street.


Adams County Sheriff’s Office


Arrests — Wednesday


Michael Herbert, 25, 1 Cottage Farm Road, on charges of malicious mischief. Released on $1,000 bond.


Brent Clay Green, 45, 462 Selma Estates on charges of disorderly conduct/failure to comply and resisting arrest. Released on $2,500 bond.


Steve Allen Smith, 33, 2800 Roaselawn Drive, on charges of fugitive from justice. Held for Gregg County, Texas. No bond set.


Crystal M. Dennis, 27, 78 Cardinal Drive, on municipal court mittimus for credit card or numbers use with intent to defraud. Bond set at $15,000.


Russell E. Surrena, 28, 78 Cardinal Drive, on municipal court mittimus for credit card fraud. Released on $15,000 bond.


Nathaniel Chatman Jr., 46, 13 Johnson Circle, on charges of simple assault/domestic violence. Released on $1,000 bond.


David Thoomas Desper, 31, 1115 Woodfiled Drive, on charges of simple assault to create fear and willful trespass. No bond set.


Tammy Lynn Desper, 28, 779 Antioch Shiloh Road, on charges of simple assault to create fear. No bond set.


Michael Christopher Diaz, 26, 7667 Corona Ave, Hesperia, Calif., on municipal court mittimus for felony shoplifting. Bond set at $17,000.


Jennifer N. Jones, 33, 38 Beech St., Roxie, on charges of driving under suspension, possession of marijuana, DUI — second offense, speeding and expired inspection sticker. Bond set at $5,000.


Reports — Wednesday


Animal/livestock problem on Deer Lake Road.


Burglary on Kingston Road.


Burglary on Elbow Lane.


Intelligence report no U.S. 61 South.


Intelligence report on U.S. 61 South.


Affidavit/warrant on Cottage Farm Road.


Suspicious activity on Horseshoe Drive.


Burglary on Old Highway 84 No 1.


Detail on Cardinal Drive.


Animal cruelty on Montgomery Road.


Disturbance on Major Boulevard.


Animal/livestock problem on Selma Estates Raod.


Petit larceny on Old Meadow Road.


Accident on River Terminal Road.


Disturbance on Brooklyn Drive.


Burglary on Kingston Road.


Disturbance on Powlett Road.


Affidavit/warrant on Powlett Road.


Simple assault on Johnson Circle.


Harassment on U.S. 61 North.


Concordia Parish Sheriff’s 


Office


Arrests — Wednesday


Yoshiko S. Wilson, 19, 200 Kyle Road apartment F-6, Ferriday, sentenced to 10 days jail or $289 fine for disturbing the peace.


Harold J. Cowan, 35, 110 Blue Guidry St., Houma, sentenced to five years DOC suspensipon and $931.50 fine for three counts of indecent behavior with a juvenile.


Reports — Wednesday


Medical emergency on Louisiana 15.


911 call on Eagle Road.


Complaint on U.S. 84.


Suspicious person on Donald Drive.


Criminal damage to property on Louisiana 129.


Theft on U.S. 84.


Criminal damage to property on Vidalia Drive.


Vidalia Police Department


No arrests.


Reports — Wednesday


Miscellaneous on Lynn Street.


Miscellaneous at Vidalia Junior High School.


Miscellaneous at Bugdet Inn.


Ferriday Police Department


No arrests.


Reports — Wednesday


Miscellaneous on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


No seat belt on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


No seat belt on Louisiana 15.


Driving under suspension and speeding on Louisiana Avenue.


Reports — Thursday


Burglary on Mickey Gilley Avenue.


Speeding on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


Natchez Fire Department


Accident on U.S. 61 South.


Vidalia Fire Department


No calls.


Ferriday Fire Department


No calls.


Concordia Fire District No.2


No calls.


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