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Crime reports: April 8, 2011


Natchez Police Department


Arrests — Thursday


Rosalind James Fortune, 32, 304 Vidalia Drive, on charges of shoplifting. Released on $706 bond.


Charlis Renee Dukeo, 38, 54 West Wilderness Road, on charges of motor vehicle window tint violation, no proof of insurance and suspended license. Released on $1,239 bond.


Arrests — Wednesday


Joseph L. Green, 52, 5 Rickman St., on charges of driving under suspension and no proof of insurance. Released on $1,079 bond.


Tommy Lee White, 48, 105 Greenfield Road, on charges of contempt of court. Released on $453 bond.


Brandi Swa’iae Ware, 18, 211 McNeeley Road, on charges of two counts of shoplifting. Released on $1,367.


Kristi Ambernique Sewell, 18, 3 North Circle Drive, on charges of shoplifting — first offense. Released on $706 bond.


Reports — Wednesday


Driving under suspension and no proof of insurance arrest on Brenham Avenue.


Simple assault/domestic violence on Ford Street.


Petit larceny on South Canal Street.


Affidavit arrest on Seargent S. Prentiss.


Accident on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.


Burglary of a residence on Lumbar Street.


Shooting into an occupied dwelling on Watts Avenue.


Accident on John R. Junkin Drive.


Reports — Tuesday


Intelligence report on South Union Street.


Bench warrant arrest for DUI — first offense on Aldrich Street.


Adams County Sheriff’s Office


Arrests — Wednesday


Eli Jason Garsee, 31, 1529 Elizabeth St., West Monroe, La., on charges of DUI —second offense and driving under suspension. No bond set.


George Thomas Garland, 36, 35 Walker Lane, Roxie, on charges of probation violation. No bond set.


Travious Keshun Grinnell, 21, 101 Edgin St, on charges of two counts of sale of schedule II controlled substance — crack cocaine in a school zone and possession of schedule II controlled substance — crack cocaine with intent to distribute. No bond set.


Melvin Harris, 55, 2664 Church Hill Road, on charges of probation violation. No bond set.


Reports — Wednesday


Disturbance on Soldiers Retreat Road.


Alarm on Providence Road.


Intelligence report on Fieldview Drive.


Affidavit/warrant on State Street.


Affidavit/warrant on State Street.


Animal/livestock problem on Vaught Lane.


Grand larceny on Passman Road.


Juvenile problem on Cottage Home Drive.


Lost/stolen tag on Cherrybark Lane.


Juvenile problem on Country Club Drive.


Reckless driving on U.S. 84.


Disturbing the peace on Martin Luther King Jr. Road.


Drug related report on Liberty Rod.


Shots fired on Steam Plant Road.


Suspicious activity on Johnson Circle.


Intelligence report on Mullins Road.


Threats on U.S. 61 North.


Alarm on Morgantown Road.


Juvenile problem on Old Highway 84 No. 3.


Suspicious activity on U.S. 61 North.


Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office


Arrests — Wednesday


Emma Jean Green, 59, 198 Doty Road, Ferriday, on charges of a warrant for another agency. No bond set.


Otis J. Frazier, 26, 200 Belle Grove Circle, Vidalia, sentenced to six months jail or $739 fine for simple battery.


Christopher J. Higginbotham, 18, 10118 Louisiana 1, Morningsport, La., on charges of flight from an officer, no driver;s license issued, stop sign violation and warrant for another agency. Bond set at $1,360.50.


Lantonya L. Holmes, 33, 407 Virginia Ave., Ferriday, on charges of introduction of contraband into a penal institution. Released on $10,000 bond. 


Gary S. Green, 29, 337 Concordia Park, Vidalia, on charges of attempted second degree murder. No bond set.


Reports — Thursday


Traffic stop on Green Acres Road.


Complaint on Levens Addition.


Reports — Wednesday


Complaint on Lee Roy Williams Road.


Miscellaneous on Levee Heights.


911 hang up call on U.S. 84.


Nuisance animals on Roundtree Road.


911 call on Nicholas Drive.


911 hang up call on Smith Lane.


911 call on U.S. 84.


Theft on Florida Avenue.


Arrest on warrant on Doty Road.


Vidalia Police Department


No arrests.


Reports — Wednesday


Alarm activation on Oak Street.


911 hang up call at Vidalia High School.


Harassing phone calls on Magnolia Street.


Two auto accidents at Walmart.


Unwanted person on Louisiana Avenue.


Miscellaneous on Carter Street.


Miscellaneous on Apple Street.


Ferriday Police Department


Arrests — Wednesday


Brandon K. Allen, 23, 722 Iowa St., Ferriday, on charges of disturbing the peace. Bond set at $281.


Erique Harden, 20, 279 Concordia Drive, Ferriday, on charges of third offense possession of marijuana, resisting an officer by flight and two counts of stop sign violations. No bond set.


Reports — Wednesday


Miscellaneous at FPD.


Speeding on Louisiana 15.


Disturbance on Iowa Street.


Third offense possession of marijuana and flight from an officer on First Street.


Miscellaneous on Virginia 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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