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March 22, 2014

Cherokee County arrests: March 11-17

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

March 11 – March 17:

Tynika Nichole Allen, 29, Lufkin, two counts of theft of property;

Charles Ray Alston, 48, Beaumont, permitting unlicensed driver to drive;

Andres Alvarado, 20, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

Mark Anthony Barnes, 25, Jacksonville, driving while license invalid, no seat belt, no driver's license and failure to stop;

Tristen Jajuan Bell, 24, Jacksonville, warrant for theft;

Charles Andrew Berry, 54, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana;

Joshua Daniel Bonner, 33, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana;

Deidre Lashun Brown, 23, Jacksonville, injury to a child/elderly/disabled;

James Gene Collett, 66, Jacksonville, assault;

Latajia Shanelle Crockett, 17, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

Jose Ramirez Cruz, 22, Jacksonville, no driver's license;

Frances Carolyn Dean, 66, Jacksonville, assault;

Dusty Wayne Dosser, 22, Brookland, motion to appear for possession of marijuana;

Johnathan Rudy Duke, 24, Reklaw, possession of a controlled substance;

Marquarly Durand Ford, 19, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana;

Rondrick OShea Foreman, 26, Jacksonville, organized retail theft;

Tevin Antonio Garland, 21, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana;

Daniel Ray Grimmer, 31, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated third offense or more;

Raymond Terry Hamilton Jr., 33, Rusk, public intoxication and disorderly conduct;

Kristi Marie Haney, 32, Rusk, possession of a controlled substance;

Dave Jacob Harris, 27, Jacksonville, warrant for evading arrest/detention with a vehicle;

Joshua Heard, 22, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

Kendra Nichole Hooper, 26, Rusk, hindering secured creditors;

Jeremy Ray Jones, 34, Jacksonville, burglary of a building and burglary of a coin-operated machine;

Lloyd Shane Kellis, 50, Rusk, possession of marijuana;

Jesse Wayne Lamaster, 31, Oakwood, failure to appear for theft of check;

Xavier Lang, 22, Rusk, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon;

Nicholaus Ray Lowery, 32, Rusk, assault on a public servant;

Dimetric Dewayne Lyons, 32, Jacksonville, violating a protective order;

Billy Wayne Mills, 28, Jacksonville, two counts of abandoning/endangering a child;

Tyketrick Montgomery, 21, Garland, possession of marijuana;

Rachel Marie Myers, 17, Jacksonville, possession of drug paraphernalia;

Calvin Page, 20, Mesquite, possession of marijuana;

Ramon Perez, 26, Rusk, aggravated sexual assault of a child and resisting arrest, search or transport;

Melissa Dora Phillips, 44, Jacksonville, warrant for failure to appear for possession of a controlled substance and warrant for possession of a controlled substance;

Joshua Kerry Rains, 28, Wells, assault/family violence;

Iadira Berenise Rangel, 21, Jacksonville, false report;

Jeffrey Howell Robins, 38, Bullard, criminal trespass;

Charlie Santos Rodriguez, 41, Bullard, warrant for assault/family violence;

Daniel Alexander Rodriguez, 35, Jacksonville, assault/family violence;

Gustavo Servin, 18, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana;

Arlene Latres Session, 20, Rusk, theft of property;

Christopher Stalinsky, 30, Dialville, reckless damage and terroristic threat;

Mark Alan Stanley, 48, Winona, public intoxication and liquor violation;

Shirel Edcor Stanley Jr., 52, Winona, driving while intoxicated second offense and open container of alcohol;

Ariel Michelle Starkey, 20, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

Rachelle Leigh Still, 37, Alto, possession of a controlled substance;

Douglas Jerome Taylor, 29, Jacksonville, driving while license invalid with a previous conviction/suspension;

Jonathan Andrew Wallace, 31, Alto, motion to appear for prohibited substance in a correctional facility;

Susan Waller, 59, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

Angela Christine Whitworth, 36, Wells, violating a protective order; and

Heath Ellis Willis, 19, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance.

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