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July 12, 2014

Cherokee County arrests: July 1-7

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


July 1 - July 7:

Randall Cortez Anderson, 44, Frankston, evading arrest/detention with a vehicle;

Myron Thaddeus Austin, 51, Troup, theft of property;

Dawn Lanell Bacon, 47, Jacksonville, harassment;

Cassey Baell, 26, Palestine, public intoxication;

Christopher Lee Brawley, 35, Rusk, possession of dangerous drugs;

Darrell Edgar Butler, 49, Nacogdoches, motion to revoke for driving while license invalid;

Jose Cervantes-Yanez, 22, Alto, theft of property, running a red light, Class C traffic offense and a warrant for speeding;

Dereck Wade Chometa, 28, Malbern, Ark., bail jumping and failure to appear and driving while intoxicated with a child younger than 15;

Carolyn Hightower Daffern, 61, Rusk, warrant for theft of service;

Steven Dale Davis, 21, Troup, failure to appear on a kidnapping charge;

Charles Edward, Denman, 77, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

Amber Kay Fauscette, 36, Troup, disorderly conduct;

Kayla Lasha Fernandez, 31, Jacksonville, warrant for possession of a controlled substance;

Martin Joseph Francis Jr., 18, Jacksonville, theft;

Jesus Garcia, 18, New Summerfield, disorderly conduct;

Timothy Dewayne Gray, 33, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon;

Joshua Robert Hedricks, 27, Rusk, possession of drug paraphernalia;

Modesto Hernandez, 27, Houston, no driver's license and failure to stop at a stop sign;

Raul Hernandez Jr., 24, delivery of a controlled substance and unlawfully carrying a weapon;

Cordell Deonzio Hinton, 24, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana;

Jeremiah Irons, 18, Lindale, possession of drug paraphernalia;

Jeremy Michael Jones, 26, Jacksonville, assault/family violence and interference with an emergency call;

Penny Ann King, 40, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

Michael Chris Locklin, 42, Arp, theft;

Lashawn Jerome Lucas, 22, Jacksonville, burglary of a habitation;

Kelby Mitchell Lyon, 18, Troup, driving while intoxicated;

Jeremy Jackson Mallette, 28, Jacksonville, failure to ID a fugitive; failure to report to a Peace Officer; bail jumping and failure to appear, warrants for no insurance, driver's license invalid and violation of a protective order and failure to maintain financial responsibility and disregarding traffic;

Froylan Mandujano-Hernandez, 32, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

Larry Marshall, 72, Jacksonville, failure to appear on assault charge;

Ramiro Martinez, 29, Jacksonville, continuous violence against a family member;

Ruben Lyon Martinez, 20, Jacksonville, two counts of possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and a warrant for driving while license invalid;

Dylan Kyle Masters, 20, Troup, interference with public duties and unlawful restraint;

Mykel Quynshun Matney, 17, Frankston, burglary of a habitation;

Emmett Dean McCalister, 49, Rusk, assault/family violence;

Jimmy Deshawn Mosley Sr., 49, Jacksonville, two counts of burglary of a building, theft of property, open container of alcohol and driving while license suspended;

Kadeidra Ann New, 18, Lancaster, possession of  a controlled substance and possession of marijuana;

Timothy Scott Owens, 35, Rusk, organized retail theft;

Michael Ibram Parra, 28, Jacksonville, injury to a child/elderly/disabled;

Austin Jordan Powell, 22, Rusk, possession of a controlled substance;

Luke James Prosise, 19, Rusk, disorderly conduct and public intoxication;

Amanda Darlene Rains, 24, Rusk, theft of property;

Tracy Neal Rains, 45, Jacksonville, speeding, driving while license invalid and operating an ATV on a public roadway;

Iadira Berenise Rangel, 21, Jacksonville, warrant for burglary of a habitation;

Timothy Redmon, 46, San Antonio, driving while intoxicated third offense or more;

Precious Lakia-Monique Redmond, 19, Tyler, warrant for theft of property;

Altresha Roberson, 39, Dallas, assault;

Shelby Dawn Rodgers, 21, Rusk, possession of a controlled substance;

Delain Lee Session, 52, Rusk, tampering/fabricating with physical evidence;

Deantry Copanix Sessions, 44, Rusk, assault/family violence;

Shambrekka Shepherd, 27, Mesquite, possession of a controlled substance;

Ronnie Joe Short Jr., 22, Palestine, driving while license invalid;

Jeffery Lee Smith, 32, Rusk, no driver's license and a motor vehicle inspection violation;

Londedric Taylor, 19, Jacksonville, harassment of a public servant and resisting arrest, search or transport;

Charles Edward Thompkins, 58, Bullard, motion to appear for burglary of a building violation;

Corey Deshan Thompson, 42, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

Rachel Dyanne Wagoner, 26, Jacksonville, warrant for larceny;

L.C. Ward, 57, Rusk, failure to maintain financial responsibility, no driver's license and a parking violation;

Daryl Whitmire, 23, Cleveland, possession of a dangerous drugs;

Michael Anthony Williams, 41, Jacksonville, warrant for bond forfeiture for theft of property; and

Heath Ellis Willis, 19, Jacksonville, possession of drug paraphernalia, disorderly conduct and violating a promise to appear.


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