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Crime reports: Saturday, Oct. 20

Natchez Police Department

No arrests

 

Reports — Friday

Traffic stop on John R. Junkin Drive.

Reports — Thursday

Seven traffic stops on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Suspicious activity on Brenham Avenue.

Abandoned vehicle on North Union Street.

Simple assault on Covington Road.

Accident on U.S. 61 North.

Alarm on North Union Street.

Disturbance on Watts Avenue.

Two traffic stops on Col. John Pitchford Parkway.

Traffic stop on U.S. 61 North.

Three traffic stops on D’Evereux Drive.

Disturbance on T. Waring Bennett Jr. Road.

Alarm on Melrose Montebello Parkway.

Traffic stop on John R. Junkin Drive.

Shoplifting on John R. Junkin Drive.

Abandoned vehicle on West Stiers Lane.

Disturbance on Old Washington Street.

Warrant/affidavit on State Street.

Accident on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Disturbing the peace on Lewis Drive.

Attempted breaking and entering on Tanglewood Road.

Aggravated assault on Peachtree Drive.

Accident on D’Evereux Drive.

Dog problem on Daisy Street.

Accident on Shadow Lane.

Traffic stop on Melrose Montebello Parkway.

Welfare/concern check on U.S. 61 North.

Alarm on U.S. 61 South.

Traffic stop on State Street.

Suspicious activity on North Pearl Street.

Traffic stop on Highland Boulevard.

 

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Thursday

James Anthony Gilmore, 29, 119 Greenfield Road, on a charge of possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle. Release on a bond of $500.

Edward Ovelar King, 58, 19 Pritchard Lane, on charges of possession of schedule II meth with intent and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond set at $500.

Natasha Nicole King, 32, 19 Pritchard Lane, on charges of possession of schedule II meth with intent and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond set at $500.

Curtis Dewayne Sanders, 44, 1187 Martin Luther King Jr. St., on warrant for an outside agency. No bond set.

 

Reports — Friday

Suspicious activity at Providence Park.

Disturbance on Morgantown Road.

Alarm on Lower Woodville Road.

Alarm on Highland Boulevard.

Welfare/concern check on Liberty Road.

Reports — Thursday

Unauthorized use on Fredrick Road.

Traffic stop on John Quitman Road.

Unwanted subject on Coventry Road.

Two burglaries on Cottage Drive.

Burglary on Parsons Road.

Intoxicated driver/subject on State Street.

Sexual assault on Morgantown Road.

Malicious mischief on Springfield Road.

Petit larceny on Broadmoor Drive.

Alarm on Lotus Drive.

Harassment on State Street.

Dog problem on Steamplant Road.

Dog problem on Ogden Road.

Property Damage on Providence Road.

Attempted breaking and entering on Philip West Road.

Traffic stop on Liberty Road.

Suspicious activity Greenfield Road.

Disturbance on Mazique Lane.

Traffic stop on Lagrange Road.

Traffic stop on U.S. 61 South.

Alarm on Cottage Drive.

Traffic stop on Pilgrim Boulevard.

Fire on Martin Luther King Jr. Road.

 

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Friday

Frank J. Polk, 38, 123 Concordia Park, on a charge of probation and parole violation. No bond set.

Arrests — Thursday

Margie M. Brixley, 57, 355 Green Acres, on charges of possession or distribution of a legend drug/manufacture, distribution of schedule IV drugs and negligent injury. Bond set at $80,000.

Tomkia Drane, 40, 222 Ron Road, on bench warrant for failure to appear for arraignment for two counts possession of schedule II controlled substances. Released on a bond of $2,200.

Johnny M. Wilkinson, 58, 319 Cowan St., Ferriday, on charges of sale/distribution of a legend drug, distribution of schedule IV drug and negligent injury. No bond set.

Herman B. Clark, 38, 117 Canal St., Ferriday, on a charge of probation and parole violation. No bond set.

 

Reports — Friday

Two automobile accidents on Louisiana 65.

Automobile accident on U.S. 84.

Miscellaneous call on Virginia Avenue.

Reports — Thursday

Disturbance on Iowa Street.

Medical call on Bryant Road.

Miscellaneous call on Bingham Street.

Arrest on warrant on Carter Street.

Miscellaneous call on U.S. 84.

Unwanted person on Ralphs Road.

Loose horse on U.S. 425.

 

Vidalia Police Department

Arrests — Thursday

Ethel Curry, 57, 314 Iowa St., Ferriday, on bench warrant for failure to appear for other agency, three counts. Released on a bond of $650.

 

Reports — Friday

Fire on Pecan Street.

Reports — Thursday

Two accidents on Carter Street.

Vandalism on Wilson Street.

Animal call on River Road.

 

Natchez Fire Department

Unavailable.

 

Vidalia Fire Department

Unavailable.

 

Ferriday Fire Department

Unavailable.

 

Concordia Fire District No. 2

Unavailable.

 

 

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