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July 14, 2010

JPD releases arrest activity

JACKSONVILLE — The following arrests were made by the Jacksonville Police Department for the period between June 13 and July 5:

• Shelly Nelson, 36, for charges of expired license plates, a warrant, and failure to maintain financial responsibility; arrested June 13 at $1,954 in bond and fine.

• Jacoby Taylor, 19, for charges of evading arrest or detention and possession of marijuana under two ounces; arrested June 13 at $3,500 bond.

• Edward Brown, 69, for charges of possession of an alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle; arrested June 13 at $162.00 in fines, no bond.

• Kayla Schultz, 19, for charges of minor in possession of alcoholic beverage; Cited on June 15.

• Gaylon Sessions, 46, for charges of evading arrest or detention with a vehicle, driving while license was invalid and failure to maintain financial responsibility; arrested on June 17 at $10,000 bond and two citations issued.

• Brian Raif, 27, for charges of a local warrant and traffic fines to the amount of $503; arrested on June 18.

• Dejesus Reyes, 18, cited for charges of no drivers license and failure to maintain financial responsibility.

• Jimmy Guillen, 19, for a warrant from traffic fines; arrested June 19, with $1,453 in fines.

• Juan Ramirez, 36, for Driving while intoxicated 3+; arrested June 19, at $10,000 bond.

• Lacy Williams, 20, for criminal mischief not exceeding $500 and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; arrested June 20 with a total of $16,500 bond.

• Fredrick Whitaker, 23, for criminal mischief not exceeding $500; arrested on June 20 with $1,500 bond.

• Rita Johnson, 27, for two warrants; arrested on June 21 at $496 in fine.

• Oscar Gonzales, 29, for possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram; arrested on June 21 at $10,000 bond.

•Liam Greene, 27, for Assault and public intoxication; arrested on June 21 at $10,000  bond.

• Christina Bird, 35, for Driving while intoxicated and having an open alcohol container (2); arrested June 21 at $2,000 bond.

• Justin Berryhill, 27, for a local warrant and driving while license was invalid while previously convicted; arrested June 21 at $1,500 bond.

• Janet Florey, 31, for violation of a protective order; arrested on June 22 at $1,500 bond.

• Roel Gallegos, 18, failure to signal required distance before turning; arrested on June 23 citation issued with $137 fine.

ª Montrell Johnson, 21, for local warrant; arrested on June 23, waited out a $142 fine.

• Suzanne Walker, 24, for driving while intoxicated; arrested on June 23 at $1,500 bond.

• Donterius Snow ,17, for theft less than $50; citation issued.

• Daniel Ramirez, 19, for no drivers license and defective equipment; arrested on June 25 at $344 in fines.

• Kyle Santuccci, 17, for theft less than $50; citation issued.

• Jaime Gattis ,17, for theft less than $50 and parole violation; arrested June 25 with a citation.

• Ana Goodman,32, for driving while intoxicated; arrested June 26 at $1,500 bond.

• Raul Simms Jr., 33, for public intoxication and abandonment and imminent danger of bodily injury to a child; arrested on June 26 at $25,000 bond.

• Chris Berry, 22, for possession of a controlled substance less than 28 grams and public intoxication; arrested on June 26 at $1,500 bond and a $142 fine.

• Alejandro Ostiguin, 27, for driving while intoxicated with a child under the age of 15; arrested on June 27 at $15,000 bond.

• Bethel Warden, 45, for assault causing a bodily injury; arrested June 27 at $2,500 bond.

• Hannah Braun, 18, for theft less than $50; citation issued on June 27.

• Brittany Cannon, 17, for theft less than $50; citation issued on June 27.

• Kenneth Menchey, 29, for running a stop sign, driving with an invalid license, failure to maintain financial responsibility (2nd offense) and failure to display drivers license; citations totaling $1210 issued on June 27.

• Amanda Brown, 20, for traffic fines totaling $529.93; citation issued on June 28.

• Shanita Fields, 39, for traffic fines totaling $992.70; citation issued on June 28.

• Brian Inglehart, 21, for driving with invalid license and failure to maintain financial responsibility; arrested on June 29 at $817 in fines.

• Stephen Fuentes, 25, for driving with an invalid license; citation issued for $414 in fines on June 29.

• Edward Vazquez, 17, for possession of marijuana less than 2 oz; arrested June 30 at $3,000 bond.

• Angel Balderas Jr., 18, for assault and previous warrant; arrested June 30 with a total of $9,000 bond.

• Alverto Esquivel, 18, for assault; arrested June 30 at $3,000 bond.

• Clyde Lowe, 19, for assault causing bodily injury; arrested June 30 at $3,000 bond.

• Jonathon Brown, 18, for theft of less than $50; citation issued on June 30.

• Gentry Canady, 18, for theft less than $50; citation issued on June 30.

• Malanie Reyes, 23, for theft less than $50; citation issued on July 1.

• Christopher Parsons, 22, for assault and family violence and evading arrest or detention; arrested on July 1 at $1,500 bond and $212 in fines.

• Kara Robertson, 19, for theft less than $50; citation issued on July 1.

• James Wolf, 63, for a local warrant; arrested on July 2 at $203 in traffic fines.

•James Anderson, 37, for a local warrant; arrested on July 2 at $523 in traffic fines.

•William Page, 32, for a local warrant; arrested on July 2 at $1,538.10 in traffic fines.

• Ahmadrick Jones, 19, for a local warrant; arrested on July 2 at $1,449.43 in traffic fines.

• Darrian Johnson, 20, for driving while intoxicated; arrested on July 2 at $1,500 bond.

• Shawn Ogorman, 25, for public intoxication and failure to identify; a citation was issued on July 2.

• Ryan Hamilton, 19, for public intoxication; citation was issued on July 2.

• Lacy Williams, 20, for robbery, possession of a controlled substance and a warrant; arrested on July 3, at $27,500 bond. Cherokee county motioned to revoke bond.

• Marshelia Simmons, 19, for assault causing bodily injury; arrested July 3, at $1,500 bond.

• Royce Whitaker, 36, for two theft by check warrants; arrested July 3 at $1,000 bond.

• Yelanda Fuller, 50, for public intoxication; a citation was issued on July 3.

• Justin Thurman, 21, for driving while license was invalid and failure to maintain financial responsibiliy (2nd offense). $414 fine.

• Ronnie Clayborne, 56, for theft of less than $1,500 w/ two prior convictions.

• Larry Boyd, 51, for no drivers license and failure to maintain financial responsibility; $529 in fines.

• Toyn Mccuin, 24, possession of marijuana less than two oz.; arrested July 4, at $500 bond.

• Jaime Ramirez, 42, for driving while intoxicated with three or more prior convictions; arrested on July 4, at $25,000 bond.

• Devante Hinton,18, for theft between $50 and $500; arrested July 4, at $500 bond.

• Antonio Davis, 24, for a local warrant, public intoxication and aggravated assault against a police officer; arrested on July 4, at $50,500 bond and $898.30 in fine.

• Caleb Williams, 18, for public intoxication; citation was issued on July 5.

• Darren Collie, 41, for public intoxication; citation was issued on July 5.

• Michael Daniels, 19, for public intoxication; citation was issued on July 5.

• Raul Arellano, 25, for public intoxication; citation was issued on July 5.

• Andres Oliveros, 23, for a local warrant, no drivers license, and defective tail lamps; $456 in fines.

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