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Crime reports: Friday, Oct. 19, 2018

Natchez Police Department

Arrests — Thursday

Waylon Dunning Evans, 45, 22 T. Waring Bennett Jr. Road on  a charge of assault/simple domestic violence. No bond set.

Kevin Bates, 22, 2708 Roselawn Drive, on a charge of petit larceny. No bond set.

Arrests — Wednesday

Stevyonna Terrella Green, 18, 42 Springfield Road, on a charge of shoplifting. Bond set at $500.

Jakayleen Deniya Perry, 19, 105 Brooklyn Drive, on a charge of malicious mischief involving the property of another. Bond set at $500.

Reports — Thursday

Traffic stop on Seargent Preniss Drive.

Suspicious activity on Lewis Drive.

Suspicious activity on Brenham Avenue.

Abandoned vehicle on North Union Street.

Simple assault on Covington Road.

Accident on U.S. 61 North.

Two traffic stops on Colonel John Pitchford Parkway.

Traffic stop on U.S. 61 North.

Traffic stop on D’Evereux Drive.

Reports — Wednesday

Alarm on John R. Junkin Drive.

Reckless driving on John R. Junkin Drive.

Attempted breaking and entering on Lumber Street.

Accident on Oakwood Lane.

Property damage on Bob Lee Williams Lane.

Harassment on D’Evereux Drive.

Road hazard on State Street.

Burglary on Alabama Street.

Breaking and entering on Ouachita Street.

Abandoned vehicle on Wheeler Drive.

Domestic disturbance on D’Evereux Drive.

Abandoned vehicle on North Union Street.

Disturbance on South Canal Street.

Forgery/embezzlement on John R. Junkin Drive.

Accident on John R. Junkin Drive.

Open door on South Circle.

Dog problem on North Commerce Street.

Traffic stop on John R. Junkin Drive.

Accident on Commerce Street.

Accident on U.S. 61 North.

Accident on Duncan Avenue.

Traffic stop on Pilgrim Boulevard.

Unwanted subject on Watts Avenue.

Missing person on Dumas Drive.

Petit larceny on Park Place.

Traffic stop on U.S. 61 North.

Traffic stop on Liberty Road.

Shoplifting on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Alarm on Lynda Lee Drive.

Road hazard on Grant Street.

Petit larceny on Homochitto Street.

Welfare/concern check on Martin Luther King Jr. Road.

Suspicious activity on Itasca Drive.

Traffic stop on U.S. 61 South.

Traffic stop on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Traffic stop on Wood Avenue.

Unwanted subject on Eastwood Road.

Accident on Main Street.

Suspicious activity on U.S. 61 North.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Wednesday

Nicholas Doyle Felter, 35, 84 Deer Lake Road, on a charge of grand larceny. No bond set.

Reports — Thursday

Traffic stop on John Quitman Road.

Reports — Wednesday

Loose livestock on Cedar Lane.

Traffic stop on River Terminal Road.

Suspicious activity on Hobo Forks Road.

Traffic stop on Duncan Park Drive.

Traffic stop on Pilgrim Boulevard.

Two traffic stops on U.S. 61 North.

Traffic stop on D’Evereux Drive.

Traffic stop on Steamplant Road.

Traffic stop on Colonel John Pitchford Parkway.

Alarm on Steamplant Road.

Alarm on Lower Woodville Road.

Road hazard on Kingston Road.

Alarm on Carriage Lane.

Accident on Morgantown Road.

Simple assault on State Street.

Stolen vehicle on East Sulinda Street.

Suspicious activity on Martin Luther King Jr. Road.

Welfare/concern check on Canvas Back Court.

Three traffic stops on U.S. 84.

Welfare/concern check on Pritchard Lane.

Shots fired on Morgantown Road.

Petit larceny on U.S. 61 South.

Lost/stolen tag on State Street.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Thursday

McKisha D. Burden, 33, 418 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, on a bench warrant for failure to appear. No bond set.

Arrests — Wednesday

John H. Higgs, 29, 155 Watson St., Wisner, sentenced to 15 days in jail suspended upon payment of $250 for drug paraphernalia.

Scottie L. Boothe, 41, 1775 LA 126, Jonesville, sentenced to three days in jail suspended upon payment of $285 for speeding.

Sarah A. Bates, 41, 174 Goodin Drive, Ferriday, sentenced to 15 days in jail suspended upon payment of $640 for possession of marijuana.

Jesse Callan Stroud, 20, 1607 Azalen St., sentenced to 16 days in jail with credit for time served for criminal damage.

Anthony Greer, 31, 135 Morris Road, sentenced to 30 days in jail suspended with 12 months probation upon payment of $500 for simple battery.

Dustin K. Graves, 33, 2531 Arlene St., Brusly, sentenced to 15 days in jail, suspended upon payment of $640 for possession of marijuana.

Reports — Thursday

Miscellaneous call on E.E. Wallace Boulevard. 

Arrest on warrant on Carter Street. 

Reports — Wednesday

Fire on Ron Road. 

Miscellaneous call on Eagle Road. 

Miscellaneous call on Freeman Road. 

Complaint on U.S. 84.

Miscellaneous call on Sunset Lane. 

Assault on Cowan Street. 

Theft on Green Acres Road. 

Medical call on Louisiana 15.

Vidalia Police Department

No arrests

Reports — Wednesday

Vandalism on Vernon Stevens Boulevard.

Bus burglary on Gregory Street.

Medical emergency on Front Street.

Two accidents on Carter Street.

Accident on Murray Drive.

Ferriday Police Department

Arrests — Wednesday

Jerry G. McEntyre, 35, 1177 Loop Road, Jonesville, on charges of illegal use of a controlled substance in the presence of a minor, driving under suspension, improper supervision of a minor, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of schedule III drugs and probation and parole violation. No bond set.

Randall G. Nugent, 52, 162 Cowan St., Ferriday, on a charge of domestic abuse battery. No bond set.

Natchez Fire Department

Unavailable.

Vidalia Fire Department

Unavailable.

Ferriday Fire Department

Unavailable.

Concordia Fire District No. 2

Unavailable.

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