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Crime reports: Thursday, Dec. 26, 2019

Natchez Police Department

Arrests — Tuesday

Ijose Maria West, 107 Broadmoor Drive, Natchez, on charges of shoplifting — first offense, bond pending.

Joshua Samuel Hill, 504 North Union St., Natchez, on charges of simple assault domestic violence, bond pending.

Terence Lavel Hawkins, 1452 Johnson Drive, Brown Mills, New Jersey, on charges of providing false information or identification to a law enforcement officer and violation of open conatiner ordinance, bond pending.

Arrests — Monday

Kenmari Malik Gaines, 6630 Stampley Road, Fayette, on charge of malicious mischief: greater than $1,000, $7,500 bond.

Daetreon Kalveonta O’Quinn, 99 Earl Lane, Union Church, on charge of malicious mischief: greater than $1,000, $7,500 bond.

Dexter Vonn Hayes, 6333 Stampley Road, Fayette, on charge of malicious mischief: greater than $1,000, $7,500 bond.

D’Marius Jurnell Nix, 6090 Stampley Road, Fayette, malicious mischief: greater than $1,000, $7,500 bond.

Kosh Rashun Liggans, 205 Fayette Manor Drive, Fayette,  on charge of malicious mischief: greater than $5,000, $7,500 bond.

No reports

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Tuesday

Michael Wiley Sr., 55, 1389 Martin Luther King Jr. St., on charge of simple assault domestic violence, $500 bond.

Arrests — Wednesday

Sylynda Rakesha Noble, 28, 301 McNeely Road, on charge of simple assault domestic violence, $500.

Michael Travis Logan, 31, 105 Holly Drive, on charges of driving with suspended license, disorderly conduct, failure to comply, no bond.

Brandon Len Dennis, 36, 5B Petal Lane, on charge of simple assault domestic violence, bond pending.

Reports — Tuesday

Trespassing on Aberdeen Street.

Loose livestock on Deer Lake Road

Harassment on T. Waring Bennett Drive.

Theft on Village Square Boulevard.

Accident Greenfield Road.

Aggravated Assault Martin Luther King Jr. Road.

Trespassing on Dogwood Street.

Shoplifting on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Shots fired on Garden Street.

Shots fired on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Disturbance on Benjamin Road.

Loud music on Park Place.

Loud noise on Creek Bend Road.

Suspicious activity on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Loud music on Westwood Road.

False alarm on Jefferson Davis Boulevard.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Tuesday

Austin L. Davis, 4208 U.S. 84 West, Vidalia,  29, on charge of bench warrant failure to appear, possession of schedule II drug, $682 bond.

Tequilla Rogers, 35, 106 Virginia Avenue, Natchez on charge of bench warrant failure to appear, $210 bond.

Leslie Vincent, 40, 226 Bingham St., Clayton,  52, on charge of  simple battery, $1,250 bond.

John Lynn Jones, 216 Washington Heights, Ferriday on charge of second degree battery, public intimidation, no bond. 

Arrests — Wednesday

Brandon Trahern, 24, 479 Eagle Road, Vidalia, on charges of two counts of resisting an officer by flight, disturbing the peace, simople criminal damage to property, $3,100 bond.

Vidalia Police Department

No arrests

Reports — Tuesday

Theft on Cross Street.

Hit and run on David Street.

Shoplifting on Carter Street.

Traffic stop on Carter Street.

Property damage on North Magnolia Street.


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