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Crime reports: April 13, 2011

Natchez Police Department

Arrests —Tuesday

Edgar Antonio Torres, 20, 3903 Edgewood Road, on charges of no driver’s license. Released on $370 bond.

Arrests — Monday

Timothy Maurice Ross, 34, 1956 Skyfarm Ave., Vicksburg, on charges of suspended or revoked driver’s license. 

Charles Edward Davis, 20, 405 N. Spruce St., Vidalia, on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Ashara Davis, 25, 504 N. Rankin St., on charges of contempt of court for three counts of failure to pay. Sentenced to pay $1,297 fine.

Teal Will Johnson, 52, 312 St. Charles St., on charges of contempt of court for failure to pay. Sentenced to pay $500 fine.

Van Lechelle Hawkins, 39, 743 Maple St., on charges of DUI — third offense, running stop sign and driving under suspension/implied consent. Bond set at $803. 

Reports — Tuesday

Burglary of a vehicle on North Rankin Street.

Reports — Monday

Malicious mischief on Little Street.

Intelligence report on Elm Street.

Petit larceny on John R. Junkin Drive.

Burglary of a business on Kelly Avenue at Titan Tire.

Bench warrant arrest for contempt of court on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.

Bench warrant arrest on John R. Junkin Drive.

Affidavit arrest on D’Evereux Drive.

Intelligence report on St. Catherine Street.

Disturbing the peace on Oakland Drive.

Disturbing the peace/domestic violence on Old Washington Road.

Simple assault/domestic violence — second offense on Martin Luther King Jr. Street.

DUI—third offense on Martin Luther King Jr. Road.

Reports — Friday

Accident on John R. Junkin Drive.

Reports — Thursday

Lost or stolen dog on Mansfield Drive.

Accident on John R. Junkin Drive.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Monday

George Thomas Garland, 28, 25 Walker Lane, Roxie, sentenced to serve remaining balance of six years in Mississippi Department of Education at revocation hearing. 

Patrick Donnell Williams, 23, 110 Parker Street, sentenced to serve remaining balance of sentence at revocation hearing. 

Anigbogu Benedict Udemgba, 59, 21 Dogwood Drive, on charges of simple assault by feat. Bond set at $500.

David Randall Freeman, 36, 69 Morgantown Road, on charges of simple assault. Released on $500 bond.

Wendell Tenner, 28, 79 Norton Lane, Roxie, on charges of DUI—first offense, no insurance and no drivers license. 

Jessie L. Johnson, 58, 8 Alice Lane, on charges of probation violation. No bond set.

Reports — Monday

Suspicious activity on Beau Pre Road.

Welfare check on Elm Drive.

Affidavit/warrant on Oak Hill Drive.

Lost/stolen tag on East Woodlawn Avenue.

Simple assault on Wyatt Road.

Intelligence report on Jasper Drive.

Welfare check on Cottage Drive.

Burglary on Lower Woodville Road.

Alarm on Cross Street.

Intelligence report on Chinkapin Drive

Welfare check on Steam Plant Road.

Trespassing on Steam Plant Road.

Burglary on Lower Woodville Road.

Disturbance on State Street.

Welfare check on Greenfield Road.

Unwanted subject on Morgantown Road.

Alarm on Azalea Lane.

Harassment on Soldier’s Retreat Road.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Monday

Tommy Stephens, 43, 13 Cottonwood St., Ridgecrest, on charges of felony theft. No bond set. 

Reports — Monday

Miscellaneous at Dodge Store.

Nuisance animals on Louisiana 15.

Reports — Tuesday

Unwanted person on Railroad Road.

Nuisance animals on Ferriday Drive.

Complaint at Riverland Emergency Room.

Aggravated battery on Garden Drive.

911 call on Belle Grove Circle.

Vidalia Police Department

No arrests. 

Reports — Monday

Auto accident at O’Reilly’s.

Miscellaneous on Louisiana 84.

Ferriday Police Department

Reports — Monday

Speeding on Panola Woods Country Club Road.

Speeding on Louisiana 84.

Cracked windshield, open container and no driver’s license on Georgia Avenue.

Natchez Fire Department

Car fire on East Franklin Street.

Car fire on Morgantown Road.

Vidalia Fire Department

One medical call on Carter Street.

Ferriday Fire Department

No calls.

Concordia Fire District No.2

Gas leak on Hammett Addition Circle. 


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