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Crime reports: April 11, 2011

Arrests — Friday


Raymond Murray, 62, 1182 Martin Luther King Road, Natchez, on charges of simple assault by fear. Released on $706 bond.


Arrests — Saturday


Ermon Martell Rice, 23, 408 W. Woodlawn St., Natchez, on charges of driving under suspension and a noise violation. Released on $610 bond.


Shawanda L. Bacon, 35, 601 Old Washington Road, Natchez, on charges of two bench warrants for failure to pay. No bond set.


Angela Renee Blanton, 42, 70 Marin Ave., on charges of contempt of court by failure to pay. Released on $75 fine.


Drucilla Nicole Rounds , 20, 28 Phillip West Road, Natchez, on charges of driving under suspension and speeding. Released on $650 bond.


Pamela Renae Smith, 44, 11999 Longridge Ave., Baton Rouge, on charges of driving under suspension, speeding and contempt of court by failure to pay. Released on $605 bond.


Arrests — Sunday


Rashunda Patrice Felton, 26, 9 Hollyhill Road, Natchez, on charges of contempt of court by failure to pay. No bond set.


No reports.


Adams County Sheriff’s Office


Arrests — Saturday


David Randall Freeman, 36, 69 Morgantown Road, Natchez, on charges of domestic violence simple assault. Bond set at$1,000.


Arrests — Sunday


Matthew David Carter, 26, 116 Covington Road, Natchez, on charges of DUI—first, no insurance and careless operation. Bond set at $3,500.


Reports — Saturday


Domestic violence on Cloverdale Road.


Harassment on Cardinal Drive.


Disturbance on Steam Plant Road.


Stolen credit card on Blue Bird Loop.


Burglary on State Park Road.


Loose livestock on Pine Mount Road.


Burglary on Steam Plant Road.


Disturbance on Morgantown Road.


Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office


No arrests or reports available.


Vidalia Police Department


No arrests.


Reports — Saturday


Auto accident at Sonic.


Miscellaneous on Ester Street.


Expired driver’s license at Walmart.


Traffic stop on Nichols Street.


Ferriday Police Department


Arrests — Friday


Dionntae J. Morales, 20, 903 Delaware Ave., Ferriday, on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, speeding and no driver’s license. No bond set.


Arrests — Saturday


Maurice Dewayne Harbor, 31, 144 Mills Road, Wildsville, on charges of a bench warrant. No bond set.


Reports — Saturday


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


Two counts ofspeeding on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


Auto accident on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


Speeding, improper tint and failure to yield to an emergency vehicle on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


Two counts of speeding on U.S. 425.


Disturbing the peace loud music on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


Speeding on U.S. 84.


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


No seat belt and driving under suspension on Georgia Avenue.


Loud music on First Street.


Reports — Sunday


Miscellaneous on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


Miscellaneous on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


Expired motor vehicle inspection and no proof of insurance 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


Gas leak on Levee Heights.


Adams County Circuit Court


Tuesday, March 8


Fred Givens charged with burglary of a dwelling. Case entered into nolle prosequi and dismissed.


Thursday, March 3


Mary D. Jones charged with uttering a forgery. Case entered into nolle prosequi and dismissed.


Monday, Jan. 31


Marquacuis Leander Robinson charged with burglary of a vehicle. Case entered into nolle prosequi.


Natchez Municipal Court


Friday, April 1


Tommy Edward Brady, 48, pleaded guilty to 20 counts of misdemeanor false pretense. Sentenced to 30 days on each count to run concurrently.


Derrick Deshun Mearday, 24, charged with simple assault. Case dismissed.


Henry Lee Foster Sr., 55, pleaded guilty to trespassing upon enclosed land. Sentenced to 10 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Fine set at $294.


Levander Holmes, 51, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor false pretense. Sentenced to 30 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Fine set at $405.76.


Marquette Deon Thomas, 22, pleaded guilty to shoplifting —1st offense. Sentenced to 30 days with 22 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Credit given for eight days already served. Fine set at $444.


Monday, April 4


Teddrick Lashane Hargrave, 31, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana 30 grams or less (misdemeanor). Driver’s license suspended for six months. Fine set at $464.


Tuesday, April 5


Melissa Dawn Blackwell, 37, pleaded no contest to disturbing the peace. Fine of $250 suspended subject to commitment order and follow up treatment. Court cost set at $177. Blackwell also pleaded no contest to amended charge of simple assault. Fine of $250 suspended subject to commitment order and follow up treatment. Court cost set at $177. Blackwell also pleaded no contest to shoplifting. Fine of $250 suspended subject to commitment order and follow up treatment. Court cost set at $177.


Pamela Glover Jones, 39, charged with shoplifting – 3rd offense (felony). Case bound over to a grand jury.


Patrick Brown, 36, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor simple assault – domestic violence. Sentenced to 60 days with 50 days suspended for two years pending good behavior. To serve 10 days in jail. Fine set at $750.


Johnny Laval Franklin, 22, charged with possession of a controlled substance in a school/church zone with intent. Case dismissed — no probable cause found.


Darren J. Fleming, 21, charged with possession of a controlled substance in a school/church zone with intent. Case dismissed — no probable cause fund.


Brianna Jackson, 18, pleaded guilty to amended charge of misdemeanor embezzlement. Sentenced to 60 days suspended for two years pending good behavior. Fine set at $450. Restitution set at $501.06 to be paid to McDonald’s.


Justin Jamaal Blackwell, 20, charged with possession of a controlled substance. Case remanded to files. Blackwell also pleaded guilty to tag improper display. Fine set at $174. Blackwell also pleaded guilty to DUS – revoked or suspended. Sentenced to 10 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Fine set at $425.


Wednesday, April 6


Lawrence Earl James Jr., 30, pleaded guilty to amended charge of disturbing the peace. Sentenced to 30 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Forfeited weapon to Natchez Police Department. Fine set at $444.


Justin Lamar Mcguire, 21, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor false information. Sentenced to 30 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Fine set at $394.


Melvin Harris pleaded guilty to driving under suspension. Sentenced to 10 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Fine set at $425. Harris also pleaded guilty to no insurance. Fine set at $564.


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