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January 17, 2014

Cherokee County arrests: Jan. 1-13

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

Jan. 1-13, 2014:

Raquel Artiaga, 49, Henderson, failure to appear on possession of dangerous drugs;

Marcus Ashford, 32, Palestine, possession of marijuana;

Paul Anthony Ashford, 31, Palestine, possession of marijuana;

Fredrick Lee Averette Jr., 23, LaMarque, assault family violence;

Omar Balderas, 35, Jacksonville, organized retail theft and an accident involving damage to vehicle;

William Fletcher Bannerman, 20, Oneonta, Al., criminal mischief;

Kaylyn Joy Bartz, 30, Jacksonville, sexual assault;

Eric James Benton, 21, Bullard, motion to revoke probation on credit/debit card abuse;

Joshua Daniel Bonner, 33, Jacksonville, assault causing injury, failure to appear and a traffic offense;

Welton Deshun Boyd, 23, Jacksonville, motion to revoke on possession of marijuana;

David Wayne Bray, 51, Jacksonville, evading arrest with a vehicle, failure to identify a fugitive with intent of giving false information and a felony warrant for driving while intoxicated;

Christian Charles Corbell, 25, Alto, motion to revoke on aggravated robbery charge and motion to revoke on burglary of  a building charge;

Mark Anthony Uribe Duran, 23, Rusk, possession of alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle;

Jeffrey Carroll Edwards, 26, Jacksonville, motion to revoke on driving while intoxicated charge;

Christy Ann Ejianya, 25, Palestine, theft of property by check;

Richard Carroll Free, 45, Rusk, disorderly conduct;

Michael Lee Gibson II, 41, Pollok, theft of property by check;

Jennifer Rebecca Grumbles, 35, Pollok, theft of property by check;

Arin Michael Hardin, 18, Pollok, theft of property by check;

Roberto Manuel Hernandez, 24, Jacksonville, possession of drug paraphernalia;

Rashad Traimon Holloway, 29, Reklaw, two counts of no driver's license, no motor vehicle inspection and failure to maintain financial responsibility;

Jessica Jackson, 35, Jacksonville, organized retail theft;

Janna Kaylene Key, 40, Campbell, theft of property by check;

Romonica Dean King, 26, Rusk, aggravated assault and speeding in a school zone;

Jose Luis Lara, 35, New Summerfield, failure to identify a fugitive and interference with an emergency call;

Matthew Lavender, 25, Rusk, evading arrest;

Christopher Lee Lloyd, 34, Arp, driving while intoxicated (second offense) and reckless damage;

Daniel Molina Mandujano, 36, Rusk, disorderly conduct;

Joseph Marbella IV, 33, Zavalla, driving while license invalid with a previous conviction;

Lee Anthony Martin, 39, Alto, motion to revoke on criminal mischief charge;

Brandon Carl McClelland, 35, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

Joyce Ann McCuin, 36, Lindale, theft of property by check;

Barbara April Olvera, 52, Jacksonville, violation of parole;

William Edward Page III, 44, Rusk, reckless damage or destruction;

Luke James Prosise, 18, Rusk, driving while intoxicated, failure to maintain lanes and disorderly conduct;

Charles David Samples, 61, Bullard, theft of property by check;

Mauricio Camacho Sanchez, 18, Grand Prairie, possession of marijuana;

Randal Jones Silvers, 59, Tyler, assault/family violence;

Ravon Shontel Simmons, 24, Rusk, no driver's license and failure to maintain financial responsibility;

Andrea Elaine Tavares, 20, Alto, no insurance, expired motor vehicle registration and theft of property warrant;

James Preston Thacker, 30, Wells, theft of property and indecent exposure;

Michael Deshun Tilley, 28, Jacksonville, burglary of a habitation;

Crystal Ann Willams, 24, Jacksonville, organized retail theft; and

Roger Dale Williams, 69, Rusk, two counts of sexual performance by a child younger than 14.

 

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