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June 7, 2014

Cherokee County arrests: May 27-June 2

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

May 27 - June 2:

Kendrick Ray Alexander, 52, Rusk, failure to display driver's license and displaying an expired license plate;

Raul Pacheco Alvarez, 27, Nacogdoches, driving while license invalid;

Joseph Arthur Bertheaume, 31, Tyler, warrant for non-payment of child support;

Ryan Martin Bowers, 25, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated third offense or more;

Lauren Britton, 18, Rusk, consumption of alcohol by a minor;

David Justin Cannon, 32, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated second offense, purchasing/furnishing alcohol to a minor, possession of marijuana and driving while license invalid;

Jesus Chavez-Bautista, 27, Jacksonville, two counts of no driver's license and no license plate;

Heath Aaron Cox, 25, Rusk, disorderly conduct;

Lakeshia Diane Craig, 37, Rusk, possession of a controlled substance in a drug-free zone and two counts of disorderly conduct;

Devin Conner Dowling, 20, Alto, possession of marijuana;

David Ebanez, 42, Jacksonville, reckless damage;

Rayford Wayne Gattis, 39, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

Leah Louise Glasco, 33, Jacksonville, assault/family violence;

Thorsten Alexander Gobel, 26, Nacogdoches, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia;

Willis Henry Green, 39, Alto, bench warrant;

Nathan OBrien Hall, 32, Jacksonville, failure to appear for evading arrest/detention;

Christy Dawn Hamm, 41, Bullard, failure to appear for possession of a controlled substance;

James Gleason Heard, 38, Rusk, possession of a controlled substance in a drug-free zone and disorderly conduct;

Lonnie Ray Hill, 39, Jacksonville, three counts of theft of property;

Wesley Brad Hollier, 36, Winona, driving while intoxicated third offense or more;

Antonio Maurice Hollis, 35, Jacksonville, failure to appear for theft of property;

Milton Boyd Jackson, 58, Waco, driving while intoxicated;

Patrick Gene Kimbrell, 25, Rusk, speeding;

Angela Beth Leon, 42, Bullard, two counts of theft of property;

Tommy Ray Magness, 45, assault/family violence;

Ashley Renea Mahlum, 31, Palestine, failure to appear for theft of property by check;

Heidi King Mayo, 23, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana;

Cody Duncan McCraw, 30, Bullard, driving while license invalid, displaying an expired license, driving while license invalid and warrant for driving while license invalid with a previous conviction;

Tommy Ray McDaniel, 27, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana;

Richard Miguel Mondono, 29, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance, driving while intoxicated second offense and driving while license invalid with a previous conviction/suspension;

Christopher Eugene Parmley, 42, Rusk, warrant for driving while license invalid with a previous conviction;

Joshua Patrick Reeves, 31, Brenham, warrant for theft of service;

Austin Lee Richardson, 23, Bullard, parole violation;

Timothy Charles Robertson, 29, Jacksonville, driving while license invalid with a previous conviction/suspension;

Javier Servin, 38, Jacksonville, theft of property;

Rachel Courtney Smith, 28, Jacksonville, resisting arrest, purchasing/furnishing alcohol to a minor, criminal mischief, interference with public duties, possession of marijuana and public intoxication;

Brent Allen Tarver, 39, East Lake, Ohio, fighting;

Timothy Duran Tyler, 45, Jacksonville, theft of property with a previous conviction;

Jorge Carillo Uribe, 47, Henderson, driving on improved shoulder;

Amber Katherine Welch, 24, Alto, failure to appear for theft of property, possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana;

Marion Lewis Wells, 24, Bullard, possession of drug paraphernalia;

Christopher Dylon Willis, 21, Bullard, assault/family violence; and

Corey Deshaun Willis, 33, Jacksonville, evading arrest/detention with a vehicle.

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