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Crime reports: April 7, 2011


Natchez Police Department


Arrests — Wednesday


LeJarius Dewayne McGuire, 20, 42 Oakland Drive, on charges of trespassing. Released on $706 bond.


Arrests — Tuesday


Zelda Rochelle Foster, 41, 301 Dumas Drive, on charges of failure to pay. Released on $612 bond.


Jahlessa D. Chatman, 19, 17 Montgomery Road, on charges of giving away of merchandise by employee without authorization of merchant. Released on $706 bond.


Reports — Tuesday


Credit card fraud on North Union Street.


Cyber stalking on D’Evereux Drive.


Giving away of merchandise by employee without authorization of merchant on John R. Junkin Street.


Bench warrant arrest for contempt of court/failure to pay on Old Washington Road.


Bench warrant arrest on Aldrich Street.


Leaving the scene of an accident on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.


Petit larceny on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.


Disturbing the peace on East Woodlawn Drive.


Shoplifting — first offense on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.


Breaking into a coin-operated machine/malicious mischief on South Canal Street.


Petit larceny on Lynda Lee Drive.


Disturbing the peace on Davis Court.


Disturbing the peace on John R. Junkin Drive.


Petit larceny on North Rankin Street.


Driving under suspension, resisting arrest, failure to yield to police lights and siren, stop sign violation and false information on Auburn Street.


Disturbing the peace on West Stiers Lane.


Reports — Monday


Simple assault by fear on South Canal Street.


Disturbing the peace on North Union Street.


Adams County Sheriff’s Office


Arrests — Wednesday


Audry Gene Harris Jr., 22, 141 Tubman Circle, on charges of possession of marijuana in motor vehicle and possession of crack cocaine. No bond set.


Joseph James Baker, 34, 36 Pond Meadow Road, on charges of 20 counts of uttering a forgery. No bond set.


Arrests — Tuesday


Willie H. Rose, 20, Lehman Avenue, Fayette, on charges of possession of marijuana in motor vehicle and felony possession of cocaine. No bond set.


Joshua Clyde Shorts, 18, 50 Walnut St., Fayette, on charges of speeding, DUI — first offense and simple possession of marijuana. No bond set. 


Benjamine J. Desjardine, 33, 50 Farr Road, on charges of domestic violence/aggravated assault.


Christopher Shane Whitehead, 41, 6 Pine Oak Drive, on charges of simple assault/domestic violence. Released on $1,000 bond. 


Reports — Tuesday


Intelligence report on Power Street.


Accident on Liberty Road.


Dangerous/hazard on Church Hill Road.


Suspicious activity on Morgantown Road.


Threats on Greenfield Road.


Burglary on U.S. 61 North.


Alarm on Proby Road.


Malicious mischief on Easy Street.


Domestic violence/simple assault on Farr Road.


Five reports of aggravated assault on Farr Road.


Animal cruelty on Spokane Road.


Burglary on Hensley Road.


Simple assault on Old Highway 84 No. 1.


Disturbance on Martin Luther King Jr. Road.


Domestic violence/simple assault on Pine Oak Drive.


Accident on Creek Bend Road.


Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office


Arrests — Monday


April Evans Sanders, 31, 555 Ellard Road, Jonesville, on charges of second degree battery, entry and remaining on premises after forbidden, simple robbery and theft less than $300. No bond set.


Arrests — Wednesday


Lashanda N. Mitchell, 32, 207 Kennedy Drive, Ferriday, sentenced to six days jail or $395 fine for expired license plate, no driver’s license on person.


Reports — Tuesday


Auto accident on Louisiana 65.


Complaint on Mooselodge Road.


Reports — Wednesday


Unwanted person on Loop Road.


Vidalia Police Department


No arrests.


Reports — Tuesday


Miscellaneous at VPD.


Recovered stolen vehicle at RV park.


Miscellaneous on John Dale Drive.


Miscellaneous at Snap Fitness.


Ferriday Police Department


Arrests — Tuesday


Larry Louis Edwards, 29, 409 Lincoln Ave., Ferriday, on charges of simple kidnapping, domestic abuse battery and second degree battery. No bond set.


Reports — Tuesday


Improper turn on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


Theft on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


Auto accident on Tennessee Avenue.


Juvenile referral on Carolina Avenue.


No seat belt on Louisiana Avenue.


Speeding on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


Simple kidnapping, domestic abuse battery and second degree battery at Kaye’s parking lot.


Unwanted person on Alabama Avenue.


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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