Progress staff reports
Jacksonville Police Department officials have announced the following arrests made between Jan. 11 and Jan. 24.
• Jeremy Jones, 25, for a charge of assault by smothering or strangling; arrested Jan. 11 at no stated bond.
• Harold Dean, 40, for a charge of criminal mischief at between $1,500 and $20,000; arrested Jan. 11 at $5,000 bond.
• Fredrick Fuller, 34, for three charges of delivery of marijuana between a quarter ounce and five pounds and a charge of possession of marijuana between four ounces and five pounds; arrested Jan. 12 at $30,000 bond.
• Johnnie Johnson, 59, for a charge of assault causing bodily injury in a family violence case; arrested Jan. 14 at $1,500 bond.
• Ricardo Guerrero, 18, for charges of driving without a license and failure to maintain financial responsibility; arrested Jan. 15 at $529 in fines.
• James Cryer, 50, for a charge of driving while intoxicated - a warrant from Tarrant County; arrested Jan. 16 at $2,005 bond.
• Randal Roberson, 24, for charges of expired license plates and failure to maintain financial responsibility; arrested Jan. 17 at $1,191 in fines.
• Melonie Stallings, 24, for a charge of theft between $50 and $500; arrested Jan. 18 at $1,500 bond.
• Ashley French, 23, for a charge of theft under $50; arrested and cited Jan. 18.
• Andres Santiag, 19, for five local warrants; arrested Jan. 18 and fined $1,909.70.
• Jason Kendrix, 29, for a charge of theft under $50; arrested Jan. 18 and cited.
• Forrest Lovelady, 27, for charges of speeding, public intoxication and possession of an alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle; arrested Jan. 19 with a request to lay out fines.
• Jarick Casel, 20, for charges of expired license plates, failure to display drivers license, driving with an invalid license and possession of an alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle; arrested Jan. 19 and fined $388.
• Xavier Lang, 18, for a charge of a minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage; arrested Jan. 19 and fined $162.
• Douglas Durrett, 55, for a charge of driving while intoxicated; arrested Jan. 19 at $2,000 bond.
• Bryan Thompson, 18, for a local warrant; arrested Jan. 20 and fined $583.70.
• Demekia Hackett, 30, for a charge of failure to maintain financial responsibility - fifth offense; arrested Jan. 21 and fined $1,064.
• Michael Brake, 27, for a charge of assault causing bodily injury in a family violence case; arrested Jan. 21 and arraigned at Cherokee County.
• Marshalonda Overstreet, 17, for charges of theft between $50 and $500 and assault causing bodily injury; arrested Jan. 21 at $3,500 bond.
• Latosha Coleman, 18, for charges of assault causing bodily injury and reckless bodily injury to a child; arrested Jan. 21 at $12,000 bond.
• Joseph Hensley, 24, on a local warrant; arrested Jan. 21 at $314.60 in fines.
• Robert Woodruff, 34, for a charge of theft under $1,500 with two prior convictions; arrested Jan. 22 at $10,000 bond.
• Rogelio Ortiz, 45, for charges of public intoxication, sleeping in a public park and a warrant from another agency; arrested Jan. 23 at $142 in fines, time served and $3,000 bond.
• Carlson Finch, 17, for charges of public intoxication and a minor in possession of tobacco; arrested Jan. 23 and cited.
• Ferba Franklin, 54, for charges of parole violation and expired license place; arrested Jan. 23 at no stated bond with time served.
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