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Crime reports: April 16, 2011

Natchez Police Department


Arrests — Friday


Van Allen Taylor, 62, 175 Tomahawk Drive, Pell City, Ala., on charges of driving under suspension. Bond set at $470.


Arrests — Thursday


Christopher J. Mackel, 31, 1231 Daisy St., on charges of murder. No bond set.


Crystal M. Reynolds, 20, 100 Tubman Circle, on charges of no driver’s license and no proof of insurance. Bond set at $979.


Keona L. Ceasor, 20, 173 Goodin Drive, Ferriday, on charges of shoplifting. Released on $706 bond.


John Albert Scott Jr., 65, 1239 Daisy St., on charges of indecent exposure (urinating in Walmart water fountain). Bond set at $406.


Arrests — Monday


Cartrell D. Carradine, 24, 274 Main St., Biloxi, on charges of burglary of community building, cars, etc. Bond set at $20,000.


Reports — Thursday


Delayed accident report on D’Evereux Drive.


No proof of insurance and no driver’s license on D’Evereux Drive.


Leaving the scene of an accident on Claiborne Street.


Intelligence report on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.


Shoplifting on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.


Burglary of a residence on North Shields Lane.


Grand larceny on Brenham Avenue.


Indecent exposure on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.


Petit larceny on Laurel Street.


Affidavit arrest for burglary on D’Evereux Drive.


Affidavit arrest for murder on D’Evereux Drive.


Identity theft on Old Washington Road.


Simple assault on Martin Luther King Jr. Road.


Petit larceny on St. Catherine Street.


Accident on Feltus Street.


Trespassing on Seargent S. Prentiss Drive.


Simple assault/disturbing the peace of a business on John R. Junkin Drive.


Reports — Wednesday


Grand larceny on Jefferson Davis Boulevard.


Adams County Sheriff’s Office


Arrests — Friday


Jerry Davis, 47, 203 Alabama St., on charges of driving under suspension, switched tag and possession of schedule II controlled substance — crack cocaine. No bond set.


Arrests — Thursday


Tracy Lance Henry, 34, 380 Sedgefield Road, pleaded guilty to second count of possession of cocaine. Sentenced to eight years in MDOC, to serve two years and six years on post released supervision.


Walter Jerome Washington, 25, 220 Oakland Drive, on municipal court mittimus for two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Bond set at $120,000.


Frank J. Washington, 20, 428 Lower Woodville Road, on municipal court mittimus for three counts of burglary of a community building, cars, etc. Bond set at $36,000.


Carlos Lashawn Williams, 38, 206 Watts Ave., on grand jury indictment for five courts of embezzlement. Released on $30,000 bond.


Dominic E. Quinn, 19, 107 Wisteria Lane, on grand jury indictment for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. Released on $25,000 bond.


Joseph D. Seab, 27, 4 Whispering Pines Road, pleaded guilty to possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. Sentenced to seven years in MDOC.


Justin Dwayne Rogers, 25, 3214 Louisiana 571, Waterproof, La., on grand jury indictment for possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. Released on $15,000 bond.


Jeremy McKinley Williams, 26, 18 Soldier Retreat Road, on grand jury indictment for sale of marijuana in a school zone. Released on $11,000 bond.


Travarious Cartell Johnson, 25, 5 Cottonwood Drive, on grand jury indictment for sale of cocaine in a school zone, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and possession of schedule V controlled substance — codeine. Released on $17,000 bond.


Jacques Delveccio Rogres, 20, 74 Mills St., Roxie, on charges of misdemeanor possession of schedule I controlled substance — marijuana. Bond set at $500.


Kerry J. Rogers, 26, 74 E. Mill St., Roxie, on charges of driving under suspension and possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle. Released on $2,000 bail.


Michael Adams Bumgarner, 34, 28 Alexander, on charges of domestic violence/disturbing the peace. Released on $2,500 bond.


Reports — Thursday


DUI on U.S. 61 North.


Disturbance on Foster Mound Road.


Domestic violence on West Stiers Lane.


Intelligence report on Kudzu Lane.


Juvenile problem on Ruby Drive.


Robbery on Tubman Circle.


Juvenile problem on Brookfield Drive.


Disturbance on Passman Road.


Simple assault on Lower Woodville Road.


Sexual assault on State Street.


Intelligence report on Camp Street.


Petit larceny on Beau Pré Road.


Intelligence report on Foster Mound road.


Domestic violence on State Park road.


Burglary on Myrtle Drive.


Prowler on Woodman Road.


Simple assault on Mississippi 553.


Threats on Martin Luther King Jr. Road.


Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office


Arrests — Thursday


Stacia A. Mulvihill, 26, 1615 Camellia St., Vidalia, on charges of a bench warrant for failure to appear for arraignment for simple criminal damage to property more than $500. Released on $10,000 bond.


Carrie Rena Calhoun, 42, 163 Lee Ave., Vidalia, on charges of disturbing the peace and the manufacture and distribution of schedule IV drugs. No bond set.


Maurice D. Harbor, 31, 144 Wildsville Road, Wildsville, on charges of possession of schedule II and flight from an officer. No bond set.


Devorio R. Long, 19, 184 Wildsville Road, Wildsville, on charges of possession of schedule I. Released on $7,500 bond.


Willie M. Brooks, 48, 199 Loomis Addition, Ferriday, on charges of flight from an officer. No bond set.


Wilbert Lee Henderson III, 33, 705 Alabama Ave., Ferriday, on charges of aggravated flight from an officer, careless operation—no turn signals and failure to yield to an emergency vehicle. No bond set.


Lavada C. Madison, 21, 708 Demby St., Vidalia, on charges of possession of marijuana. No bond set.


Sherman L. Moffett, 21, 707 Demby St., Vidalia, on charges of possession of schedule I with intent to distribute. No bond set.


Markell K. Cooke, 17, 900 Martin Luther King Road apartment 3, Ferriday, on charges of possession of schedule II and obstruction of justice. No bond set.


Arrests — Friday


Stanley Waddell Burns, 25, 201 Doty Garden Circle, Ferriday, on charges of bench warrant for failure to appear to pay fines. Released on $500 fine. 


Reports — Thursday


Drug law violation on E.E. Wallace Boulevard.


Theft on Levens Addition Road.


Drug law violation on John Dale Drive.


911 call on U.S. 84.


911 call on Louisiana 65.


Arrest on warrant at CPSO.


Miscellaneous at CPSO.


911 call on Louisiana 129.


911 call on Loop Road.


Simple burglary on U.S. 84.


Auto accident on Louisiana 15.


Juvenile problem on Lincoln Avenue.


Reports — Friday


Criminal trespassing at the old mill yard.


Arrest on warrant at CPSO.


Fire on Louisiana 568.


Vidalia Police Department


No arrests.


Reports — Thursday


Traffic stop at Vidalia Junior High School.


Auto accident at Walmart.


Disturbance on Wallace Circle.


Auto accident on Mississippi River Bridge.


Miscellaneous on Cross Street.


Ferriday Police Department


No arrests.


Reports — Thursday


Child restraint on Louisiana Avenue.


Speeding on U.S. 84.


No seat belt, child restraint violation and expired motor vehicle inspection on Louisiana 15.


No seat belt, expired motor vehicle inspection, expired license plate and no registration 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


Auto accident in Clayton.


Auto accident on Loop Road.


Child struck by vehicle at Monterey High School.


Vehicle fire in Clayton.


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