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Crime Reports: March 31, 2011

Natchez Police Department

Arrests — Wednesday

Tynitica Darlene Johnson, 42, 16 Ironwood Lane, on charges of driving under suspension and bench warrant arrest for contempt of court/failure to pay. Released on $470 bond and sentenced to $222 fine.

Jaleesa Joanette Hawkins, 21, 135 Lewis Drive Apt. A-1, on charges of shoplifting. Sentenced to serve five days in jail.

Arrests — Tuesday

Raven Lace Wilson, 28, 2020 Paraham Road, Jonesville, on charges of possession of methamphetamines, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of controlled substance other than marijuana, DUI other substance and parking in a city tow zone. Bond set at $2,120.

Robert Marley King, 20, 8 Powlett Road, on charges of shoplifting — first offense. Released on $706 bond.

Carl Lavanski Felton Jr., 21, 805 Morgan Ave., on charges of simple assault/domestic violence. Sentenced to serve five days. 

Reports — Tuesday

Intelligence report on D’Everreux Drive.

Uttering a forgery on U.S. 61 North.

Petit larceny on Watts Avenue.

Malicious mischief on St. Catherine Street.

Driving under suspension arrest on John R. Junkin Drive.

Grand larceny for copper theft on Aldrich Street at Williams Apartments.

Driving under suspension on John R. Junkin Drive.

DUI on John R. Junkin at Natchez Community Hospital.

Driving under suspension on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.

Shiplifting—first offense on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.

Affidavit arrest for simple assault/domestic violence on D’Evereux Drive.

Disturbing the peace/discharging a firearm on West First Street.

Possession of methamphetamines, drug paraphernalia and hydrocodone and DUI arrest on Silver Street.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Tuesday

Joseph James Baker, 34, 36 Pond Meadow Road, on charges of uttering a forgery. No bond set.

Kendrik Deshon Williams, 28, 1246 Daisy St., on charges of acting in concert of a schedule II controlled substance — crack cocaine with intent to distribute within 1,500 feet of a school zone. No bond set.

Reginald Maurice Butler, 10, 140 Deerfield Road, on charges of acting in concert of a schedule II controlled substance — crack cocaine with intent to distribute within 1,500 feet of a school zone. No bond set.

Takarri Thomora Wallace, 35, 1153 Martin Luther King Jr. Road, on charges of fugitive from justice for forgery, monetary instrument abuse and felony theft. No bond set.

Michelle Miller Barnes, 42, 2 1/2 Sixth St., on charges of personal identity information. Released on $2,500 bond.

Jessie J. Caston Jr., 20, 144 North Shields Lane, on charges of sale of schedule I controlled substance — marijuana. No bond set.

Henry Lee Foster Sr., 55, 151 Rice Road, on bench warrant for contempt of court/failure to appear

No bond set.

Floyd Andrew Morgan, 69, 802 Marti Luther King St., on charges of DUI — first offense, no proof of insurance, no seatbelt and no driver’s license. Released on $3,500 bond.

Reports — Tuesday

Intelligence report on River Terminal Road.

Burglary on Palestine Road.

Petit larceny on Cardinal Drive.

Animal/livestock problem on Steam Plant Road.

Animal/livestock problem on Greenwood Subdivision Road.

Animal/livestock problem on Hensley Road.

Fraud on Saragossa Road.

Escort on Old Highway 84 No. 1.

Intelligence report on Morgantown Road.

Malicious mischief on Brooklyn Drive.

Animal cruelty on Damon Avenue. 

Affidavit/warrant on Martin Luther King Jr. Street.

Animal/livestock problem on Elvira Lane.

Trespassing on Lake Montrose Road.

Burglary on Honey Bee Lane

Burglary on U.S. 61 South.

Drug related report on North Shields Lane.

Drug-related report on Liberty Road.

Disturbance on Baker Drive.

Harassment on Eastwood Road.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Tuesday

David C. Watts, 23, 806 Myrtle St., Vidalia, on charges of burglary of an inhabited dwelling. Bond set at $25,000.

Arrests — Wednesday

Lucky Morales, 19, 113 Smith Lane, Ferriday, on charges of a bench warrant for failure to appear for arraignment for possession of marijuana. Bond set at $350.

Don E. Washington, 46, 310 Martin Luther King Drive, Vidalia, on charges of failure to register as a sex offender. No bond set.

James Thomas, 39, 4318 Bridge Port Way, San Antonio, sentenced to six months jail or $1,336.50 fine for DWI—first. 

Richard H. Keith Jr., 32, 109 National Guard Road, Vidalia, sentenced to six months jail or $1,336.50 fine for DWI—first.

Courtney J. Robertson, 22, 279 Hammett Addition, Vidalia, sentenced to $100 fine for contempt of court.

Tony C. Evans, 25, 353 Rabb Road, Ferriday, sentenced to $100 fine for contempt of court. 

Donnie R. Sanders Jr., 33, 414 Eighth St., Ferriday, on charges of a probation hold violation. Bond set at $10,000.

Anitra D. Jefferson, 33, 206 Carolina Ave., Ferriday, sentenced to six months jail or $779 fine for possession of marijuana.

Derrick P. Johnson, 28, 1020 Magnolia St., Vidalia, sentenced to six months jail or $1,486.50 fine for DWI—first, obstruction of a highway and open container. 

Reports — Tuesday

Arrest on warrant on Mooselodge Road.

Auto accident on Louisiana 129.

Complaint at Riverland Medical Center.

Complaint on Ferriday Drive.

Complaint at Donald’s Camper Village.

Miscellaneous on Louisiana 129.

Complaint on Philmore Burley Road.

Theft on Do Lou Road.

Criminal damage to property on Rabb Road.

911 call on Kyle Road.

Nuisance animals on Passman Road.

Vidalia Police Department

No arrests.

Reports — Tuesday

Miscellaneous at the Continental Store.

Hit and run at Vidalia High School.

Alarm on Miranda Street.

Ferriday Police Department

No arrests.

Reports — Tuesday

Miscellaneous on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Two counts of theft on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Unwanted person on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Juvenile referral on Martin Luther King Avenue.

Speeding on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Red light violation on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.

Disturbance on Louisiana 15.

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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