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Crime reports: April 10, 2011

Natchez Police Department


Arrests — Friday


Anthony Kenjuan Haywood, 25, 719 Smith Lane, Natchez, on charges of two counts of failure to pay, false identifying information, running stop sign, driving under suspension, resisting arrest, failure to yield to blue light and siren emergency vehicle. Bond set at $2,477. Kenneth Rashard Payne, 142 Lower Woodville Road, Natchez, on charges of failure to pay. No bond set.


Dinnika Baham, 24, 3519 Cleavland Street, New Orleans, on charges of false identifying information and shoplifting. Bond set at $1,367. 


Chanta Tamikea Dangerfield, 32, 4900 Donna Drive, New Orleans, on charges of shoplifting. Bond set at $706.


Zayika K. Baham, 18, 3520 Audobon St., New Orleans, on charges of shoplifting. Bond set at $706.


Akilah Talibah Magee, 18, 3000 Palmyra St., New Orleans, on charges of shoplifting. Bond set at $706.


Jimmy Stephen Felter, 52, 150 Cloverdale Road, Natchez, on charges of contempt of court. No bond set.


Tiffany Cherie Taylor, 34, 301 Morgantown Road, Natchez, on charges of shoplifting. Bond set at $706. 


Willie Thomas, 19, 125 Tubman Circle, Natchez, on charges of shoplifting. Bond set at $706.


Ronnie Donta Johnson, 19, 125 Tubman Circle, Natchez, on charges of shoplifting. No bond set.


Myron K. Coleman, 18, 576 Lower Woodville Road, Natchez, on charges of shoplifting. Bond set at $706.


Vincent E. Washington, 53, 145 Tubman Circle, Natchez, on charges of a bench warrant and expired tags. No bond set.


Vanna Elizabeth Atkins, 19, 105 Creek Bond Road apartment C19, Natchez, on charges of no driver’s license. Bond set at $370. 


Brian Alvin Marvel, 62, 505 Monroe St., Natchez, on charges of two counts of contempt of court by failure to pay. No bond set.


Arrests — Saturday


Kelvin Lee Foley, 28, 104 St. Catherine St., Natchez, on charges of three bench warrants. No bond set.


Reports — Friday


Shoplifting on Sargeant S. Prentiss Drive.


Shoplifting and false information to a law officer on John R. Junkin Drive.


Auto accident on U.S. 61.


Adams County Sheriff’s Office


Arrests — Friday


Kenneth S. Carter, 50, 110 Barth St., Natchez, on charges of enticement of a child to meet for sexual purposes. No bond set.


Michael Ray Campbell, 46, 216 Spokane Road, Natchez, on charges of killing of an animal. Bond set at $2,000. Kevin Stevens Weston, 25, 614 H Street, Crosby, on charges of contempt of court. No bond set.


Arrests — Saturday


David Brian Felter, 45, 78 Deer Lake Road, Natchez, on charges of simple assault/domestic violence. No bond set.


Fabian Marcilino Diaz, 26, 113 Old Meadow Road, Natchez, on charges of possession of crack cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. No bond set.


Reports — Friday


Burglary on U.S. 61 North.


Breaking and entering on Second Street.


Threats on Lost Creek Road.


Harassment on Village Square Boulevard.


Threats on Cloverdale Road.


Disturbing the peace on Liberty Road.


Disturbance on Teal Road.


Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office


Arrests — Friday


Joseph L. Sturdivant Jr., 27, 1210 Plum St., Vidlia, on charges of disturbing the peace and entry and remain on premises after forbidden. Bond set at $361


Allison Foster, 47, 600 North Oak St., Vidalia, on charges of issuing worthless checks less than $100. Released on $100 bond.


No reports available.


Vidalia Police Department


Arrests — Friday


Quancy J. Hawkins, 21, 103 Gillespie St., Vidalia, on charges of four counts of a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, aggravated assault with a firearm, disturbing the peace and resisting an officer. No bond set. 


Quincy J. Hawkins, 22, 103 Gillespie St., Vidalia, on charges of disturbing the peace and resisting an officer. Released on $551 bond.


Reports — Friday


Auto accident at Gas Lane.


Auto accident and no driver’s license at Gas Lane.


Theft of credit card on John Dale Drive.


Miscellaneous on John Dale Drive.


Disturbance on Plum Street.


Disturbance on South Spruce Street.


Fight on Gillespie Street.


Reports — Saturday


Traffic stop at Mobil Station.


Ferriday Police Department


Arrests — Friday


Brittany Brena Johnson, 21, 200 Kyle Road apartment G-14, Ferriday, on charges of theft by shoplifting. No bond set.


Reports — Friday


Possible break-in and theft on Virginia Avenue.


Shoplifting at Ferriday Market.


Careless operation, no driver’s license on person and no proof of insurance on Mickey Gilley Avenue.


Careless operation on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


Red light violation at Harvest Baptist Church.


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


Three counts of speeding on Louisiana Avenue.


Reports — Saturday


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


Speeding 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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