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Crime reports: April 2, 2011

Natchez Police Department


Arrests — Friday


Ronnie Deshawn McGowan, 18, 22-A Foster Mound Road, on charges of disturbing the peace. Bond set at $489.


Arrests — Thursday


Tyrone Lee McGriff, 20, 208 Dumas Drive, on charges of burglary of a vehicle. No bond set.


Jessica L. Gains, 25, 35 Gaylor Road, on charges of suspended or revoked driver’s license, no tag, disorderly conduct/failure to comply with a law enforcement officer and misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance. Bond set at $1,966.


Frank Washington, 20, West Stiers Lane, on charges of burglary of three counts of business or cars. No bond set.


Ambia Marie Williams, 18, 101 Holden Drive, on charges of no driver’s license and no seat belt. Bond set at $395.


James Harry Anderson Jr., 19, 341 Old Washington Road, on charges of simple assault/domestic violence. No bond set.


Gerald K. Davis, 17, 115th St., on charges of armed robbery and MDOC hold. No bond set.


Reports — Friday


Malicious mischief on John R. Junkin Drive.


Reports — Thursday


Three affidavit arrest for burglary of a commercial building or cars on D’Evereux Drive.


Affidavit arrest on D’Evereux Drive.


Simple assault/domestic violence on Old Washington Road.


Malicious mischief on Franklin Street.


Intelligence report/recovered guns on Caddo Street.


Reports — Wednesday


Malicious mischief on D’Evereux Drive.


Affidavit arrest for burglary of a vehicle on D’Evereux Drive.


Driving under suspension, no tag, possession of schedule III controlled substance and disorderly conduct/failure to comply with a law enforcement officer on Pilgrim Boulevard.


Seat belt violation and driving without license on Old Washington Road.


Intelligence report on Eastwood Road.


Intelligence report on John Glen Avenue.


Adams County Sheriff’s Office


Arrests — Friday


Jose L. Gamez, 34, 5505 North West Dunn Road, Port St. Lucie, Fla., on sleeper charges. Held for St. Lucie County, Fla.


Arrests — Thursday


Michael Anderson, 55, 62 Lincoln Heights, on charges of disturbing the peace. 


Vanisha Latrice Rounds, 23, 2900 Roselawn Drive, on charges of disorderly conduct/failure to comply, simple assault on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest and acting in concert for sale of schedule II controlled substance — crack cocaine. No bond set.


Nicholas Atori Webb, 27, 230 St. Catherine St., on charges of two counts of sale of schedule II controlled substance — crack cocaine within 1,500 feet of a church zone and one count of sale of schedule II controlled substance — crack cocaine in a school zone. No bond set.


Reports — Thursday


Prowler on Sunflower Road North.


Gas drive-off on U.S. 61 North.


Trespassing on Braswell Road.


Lost/stolen tag on U.S. 61 North.


Juvenile problem on Pineview Drive.


Animal/livestock problem on Mullins Road.


Intelligence report on Barth Street.


Burglary on Solitary Valley Plantation Road.


Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office


Arrests — Thursday


Mickey J. Richards Jr., 38, 111 Bingham St., Clayton, on charges of a bench warrant for contempt of court. No bond set.


Calvin L. Smith, 40, 1172 Lee Tyler Road, Ferriday, on charges of three counts of a bench warrant for failure to pay child support and a bench warrant for failure to pay child support in Catahoula. Bond set at $12,733.40.


Jeremy J. Williams, 21, 414 Georgia Ave., Ferriday, on charges of obstructing public passages and possession of schedule II with intent to distribute. No bond set.


Henry Simpson Jr., 39, 912 Georgia Ave., Ferriday, on charges of a probation — parole hold violation. No bond set.


Michael J. Seymour, 39, 708 Vidalia Drive, Ferriday, on charges of possession of schedule II, possession of drug paraphernalia, carrying of weapons and possession of a controlled substance. No bond set.


James Nolton, 17, 113 Freeman Road, Ferriday, on charges of possession of marijuana. Released on $700 bond.


Arrests — Friday


Jermi D. Jefferson, 23, 104 Garden Drive, Ferriday, on charges of possession of marijuana—second offense. No bond set.


Donald Earl Collins, 26, 250 Eugene Road, Ferriday, on charges of domestic abuse battery and a bench warrant for contempt of court. Bond set at $626.


No reports.


Vidalia Police Department


No arrests.


Reports — Friday


Traffic stop on U.S. 84.


Ferriday Police 


Department


No arrests.


Reports — Thursday


Three counts of speeding on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


Speeding on Mickey Gilley Avenue.


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


Expired motor vehicle inspection and no proof of insurance on Louisiana 15.


No seat belt on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


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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