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May 24, 2014

Cherokee County arrests: May 13-19

CHEROKEE COUNTY — The Daily Progress will publish a list of arrests from the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office on a weekly basis.

May 13 - 19:

 Sean Bingham, 18, Rusk, walking in roadway;

Tracy Dewayne Caldwell, 36, Troup, possession of a controlled substance;

Zachary Dale Childress, 24, Troup, aggravated assault;

Christopher Sloan Davis, 33, Alto, assault/family violence and public intoxication;

Tonya Marie Dunford, 40, Bullard, bench warrant for possession of a controlled substance;

Nora Anne Eastwood, 52, Ord, Neb., possession of a controlled substance and two counts of possession of a dangerous drug;

Kathy Jean Ebanez, 30, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

Felix Antonio Ellis, 30, Jacksonville, assault/family violence;

Richard Carroll Free, 45, Rusk, injury to the elderly/family violence, expired registration and failure to appear for a traffic offense;

Jesus Garcia, 18, New Summerfield, assault/family violence;

Reylene Gillenwater, 23, Jacksonville, warrant for theft of property;

Russell Oneal Hackney, 28, Alto, two counts of theft of property;

Ronnie Charles Howard, 60, Jacksonville, evading arrest/detention and a parole warrant;

Barbara Hubbell, 52, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated third offense or more, possession of a controlled substance and possession of a dangerous drug;

Terrance Tristan Ingram, 21, Jacksonville, speeding, no liability insurance and two counts of violating a promise to appear;

Keyonta Johnson, 19, Reklaw, motion to revoke for evading arrest;

Kimberly Rochelle Johnson, 32, Jacksonville, criminal mischief;

Ernest Virgil Long, 31, Alto, contempt of court warrant;

Jeremy Lewis Moore, 18, Bullard, theft of property and theft of service;

Jeffery Paul Morris, 41, Alto, assault/family violence;

Billy Randolph Morton Jr., 55, Palestine, driving while intoxicated third offense or more;

Daniel Tillman New Jr., 52, Reklaw, expired inspection, no driver's license and warrants for no driver's license, expired motor vehicle inspection, failure to display a driver's license, failure to maintain financial responsibility, driving while license invalid and displaying an expired license plates;

Nancy Rangel-Rangel, 26, Reklaw, driving while intoxicated/open alcohol container;

Brian Glenn Roberts, 35, Tyler, motion to revoke for unauthorized use of a vehicle;

Ernest Casarez Rodriguez, 58, Austin, driving while intoxicated and failure to appear for driving while intoxicated;

Kayla Ryan, 22, Reklaw, warrant for unrestrained child;

Delain Lee Session, 52, Rusk, possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana;

Allie Smith, 18, Bullard, reckless damage;

Stanley Renard Tilley Jr., 28, Jacksonville, manufacturing/delivery of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance;

Vesba B. Tilley, 48, Rusk, driving while license invalid with a previous conviction;

Jerry Don Vandever, 47, Rusk, warrant for no driver's license;

Justin Lee Wakeham, 21, Rusk, warrant for burglary of a building;

Carol Marie Warren, 44, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana; and

Terrence Jerome Wood, 21, Jacksonville, warrant for burglary of a vehicle.

 

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