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May 30, 2011

Jacksonville PD releases arrest reports

JACKSONVILLE — The following arrests were reported by the Jacksonville Police Department May 18-29.

•Christopher Lamarquis Spencer, 18; Forgery, theft less than $50, theft greater than $50 but less than $500, warrant from Anderson County for theft.

• Christopher Ryan Aguirre, 22; local warrant for traffic fines, assault causing bodily injury: family violence.

• Kevin Ray Morris Jr., 27; criminal mischief more than or equal too $1,500 but less than $20,000, two warrants from Cherokee County for evading arrest and abandoning or endangering a child.   

• Oran Clay McIntyre, 18; public intoxication.

• Sergio Duran Contreras, 27; no driver’s license, failure to maintain financial responsibility.

• Matthew Jordan McIntyre, 18; public intoxication.

• Scotty Eric Peacock, 31; expired license plates, failure to display license driver’s license.

• Joshua Spies Randall, 21; local warrant for traffic fines.

• Jose Manuel Lara, 20; driving while intoxicated.

• Larry Burnett Jordan, 47; criminal trespass.

• Jaime Ray Pryor, 51; theft less than $1,500 with two or more previous convictions.

• Willie Duane Rogers, 22; no driver’s license, speeding 10 percent or more.

• Kathryn Breanna Jordan, 23; public intoxication.

• Dave Jacob Harris, 24; Cherokee County warrant.

• Brittnay Elease King, 19; no driver’s license, expired license plates, failure to maintain financial responsibility.

• Servando Cabrales, 23; Tyler police department warrant for tampering with a government record, transferred for arraignment.  

• Jo’von Andrew Davis, 19; criminal trespass.

• Elaine Marie Cruz, 43; failure to maintain financial responsibility, expired driver’s license, expired license plates.

• Michael Roy Flanigan, 32; two Anderson County warrants for robbery, transferred for arraignment.

• Jasmine Kiandra James, 18; no driver’s license, failure to maintain financial responsibility, motor vehicle inspection violation.  

• Johnathan Jehu Vallejo Vasquez, 20; no driver’s license, failure to maintain financial responsibility, defective tail lamps, prohibited weapon, switchblade or brass knuckles.

• John Dwane Sanders, 58; expired motor vehicle inspection, failure to maintain financial responsibility, no driver’s license.

• Jeremy Lynn Robertson, 22; local warrant for traffic fines.

• Mitchell Deshun Johnson, 44, theft less than $1,500 with two or more previous convictions, Cherokee county warrant for failure to appear, failure to identify, fugitive intent to give false information.

• Carlos Deshun Johnson, 37; no driver’s license.

• Vincent Jacob Martinez, 21; local warrant for traffic fines.

• Susana Rodriguez, 23; theft greater than or equal to $50 but less than $500.

• Gustavo Arviza Otero, 25; ICE (immigration) warrant detainer.

• Cody Shane Baker, 30; local warrant for traffic fines.

• Jose Ignacio Tavers, 18; disregarding a traffic control device, no driver’s license.

• Earnest Lee Tilley, 33; resisting arrest or transport, Smith County warrant for failure to pay child support, obstruction by retaliation or threat, public intoxication.

• Manuel Trujillo Ramirez, 34; driving while intoxicated 3 or more, driving on the wrong side of the road while not passing, no driver’s license.

• Jose Marcos Rodiriguez-Rodriguez, 30; deadly conduct.

• Gregorio Sandoval Calvillo, 18; deadly conduct.

• Jaime Garcia-Gomez, 36; deadly conduct.

• Chellcie Rae Dean, 18; theft less than $50.

• Samuel Espinoza Contreras, 18; no driver’s license.

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