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February 15, 2014

Cherokee County arrests: Feb. 4-10

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

Feb. 4 - Feb. 10:

Justin Travion Alexander, 23, Jacksonville, criminal mischief;

James Matthew Allen, 22, Cuney, assault/family violence;

Juan Luis Alonzo, 35, Troup, possession of marijuana and theft of property warrant;

Juan Octavio Banda, 52, Jacksonville, driving while

intoxicated;

Terrance Bernard, 35, Houston, public intoxication;

Jamie Oneal Blackshire, 31, Jacksonville, possession of

marijuana;

Lindsey Nicole Boyken, 31, Jacksonville, forgery;

Megan Elizabeth Brown, 35, Lindale, expired driver's license, displaying a fictitious/wrong registration, failure to report an accident and unsafe speed;

Natalie Latonia Buckingham, 40, Alto, warrant for criminal mischief;

Sandra Mae Cheeks, 48, Rusk, theft of service;

Jimmy Lee Christopher, 59, Rusk, driving while intoxicated third offense or more and driving while license invalid;

Dean Richard Cunningham, 53, Jacksonville, duty to register as a sex offender;

Selvin Omar Escoto, 21, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

Anthony Juarez Espinosa, 24, Jacksonville, theft of service;

Christopher Lynn Fitts, 44, Jacksonville, traffic offense/

speeding;

Benjamin Franklin, 65, Rusk, driving while intoxicated third offense

or more;

Michael Bernard Freeney, 40, Reklaw, driving while license invalid and failure to maintain financial responsibility;

Zachary Kent Goss, 23, Jacksonville, possession of

marijuana;

Fredrick ONeal Horn Jr., 23, Henderson, possession of a controlled substance;

Raymond Anthony Hughes Jr., 39, Jacksonville, open container of alcohol;

Jana Lee Isaacs, 25, Jacksonville, traffic warrant;

Rodney Ray Johnson, 50, Troup, violation of parole;

Joshua Dale Lindsey, 32, Frankston, drug test falsification

warrant;

Rhonda Carol Miller, 51, Alto, possession of a controlled substance;

Billy Ray Minchew, 46, Jacksonville, theft of property;

Juan Montes-Valerio, 57, Humble, no driver's license, no insurance, failure to stop at a stop sign;

Charles Joseph Motes, 36, Flint, theft of a firearm;

Ryan Dale Odom, 35, Oakwood, possession of a controlled substance;

Eric Dwayne Paulk, 31, Jacksonville, violation of probation;

Uriel Rangel, 18, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana;

Michael Reed, 27, Jacksonville, failure to identify and a parole warrant;

Jeremy Wayne Robertson, 33, Whitehouse, warrant for driving while license invalid;

Christopher Glen Roper, 28, Jacksonville, public intoxication;

Dana Smith, 36, Henderson, harassment;

Micah Jared Staley, 33, Rusk, evading arrest/detention;

Rex Eugene Stuck, 39, Jacksonville, two counts of injury to a child/elderly/disabled;

Logan Wayne Sulser, 17, Tyler, speeding and no driver's license;

Victor Deshun Swindle, 36, Nacogdoches, driving while

intoxicated;

Jimmy Ray Upshaw, 31, Jacksonville, evading arrest with a previous conviction, driving while license invalid with a previous conviction, speeding and operating an unregistered motor vehicle; and

Trenton Edward Yarbrough, 25, Troup, theft of property.

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