Daily Progress, Jacksonville, TX


June 21, 2014

Cherokee County arrests: June 10-16

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

June 10 - June 16

     Ricky Dale Bass, 52, Reklaw, parole hold;

Kevin Gregory Beamon, 22, Rusk, public intoxication;

Scott Wayne Berrier, 38, Chandler, possession of drug paraphernalia;

Larry Van Butcher, 47, Rusk, criminal mischief;

Jeffrey Gerardo Canales, 30, Channelview, failure to appear for interference with an emergency call charge;

Christopher Mark Castro, 21, Alto, driving while intoxicated;

Rodney Lee Clayborne, 47, Jacksonville, theft of service;

John Glenn Cobb, 48, Alto, two counts of harassment;

Larry Bryant Costlow, 62, Jacksonville, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon;

Gary Lynn Cox Jr., 36, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated second offense;

Steven Alexander Crites, 23, Jacksonville, unauthorized use of a vehicle, failure to yield and no driver's license;

Jesus Delarosa, 28, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

Steven Martin Dixon, 41, Lufkin, possession of marijuana;

Michael Joseph Edwards, 23, Rusk, failure to maintain financial responsibility and displaying an expired license plate;

Anthony Juarez Espinosa, 24, Jacksonville, unauthorized use of a vehicle;

Marquarly Durand Ford, 19, Jacksonville, tapering/fabricating physical evidence;

Jermey Lee Fountain, 43, Center, motion to revoke for driving while intoxicated with a child;

Jose Fredrico Garcia, 24, Troup, driving while intoxicated;

James Tatum Hallford, 21, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana and two counts of possession of a

controlled substance;

Christopher Hardman, 47, Bullard, violation of parole;

Heith Harkins, 44, Whitehouse, purchasing/furnishing alcohol to a minor;

Charles Edward Henderson, 63, Jacksonville, criminal nonsupport;

Carolyn Ferguson Hodges, 55, Jacksonville, theft of property with previous conviction;

Deante Desean Humber, 22, Jacksonville, organized retail theft;

Rita Darlene Johnson, 31, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance in a drug-free zone;

Billy Edwin Kinney III, 32, Jacksonville, warrant for failure to appear for child support;

Shelly Rene Lamb, 39, Groveton, theft by check;

Austin Taylor Langston, 18, Rusk, possession of a controlled substance;

Luis Miguel Lara, 19, Jacksonville, organized retail theft;

Jose Reyes Mares, 56, driving while intoxicated third offense or more;

Eddie Earl McVay Jr., 35, Jacksonville, obstruction or retaliation;

Leslye Jana Mendez, 20, Tyler, driving while intoxicated;

William Cory Mitchell, 46, Rusk, nonpayment of child support;

Andres Fernando Mora, 36, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated with a child;

Christopher Shane Nichols, 31, Bullard, possession of a controlled substance, motion to revoke for theft of property charge, two warrants for possession of a controlled substance and warrant for bail jumping;

Christopher Eugene Parmley, 42, Rusk, warrant for failure to signal;

Clarence Edward Poole, 55, Alto, possession of marijuana;

Francisco Ramirez, 17, Jacksonville, resisting arrest, search or transport;

Alejandro Gondinez Rangel, 43, Rusk, failure to maintain financial responsibility, no driver's license and inspection certificate expired;

Derrick Deshaun Reed, 31, Jacksonville, disorderly conduct and public intoxication;

Valerie Elizabeth Reese, 28, Bullard, possession of drug paraphernalia;

Vlencia Rozhan Richardson, 25, Alto, hindering apprehension or prosecution, failure to maintain financial responsibility warrant, failure to appear warrant, warrant for permitting an unlicensed driver to drive and warrant for an open container of alcohol;

Lester Spurlock, 29, Jacksonville, assault/family violence;

Julian Rashad Taylor, 40, Jacksonville, warrant for non-child support;

Marvin Charles Wallace, 59, Jacksonville, release of surety for assault/family violence charge with previous conviction;

Stephanie Jean Warren, 31, Tyler, possession of drug paraphernalia;

Courtney Dewon Whitaker, 27, Jacksonville, organized retail theft;

Rasheede Leetric Whitaker, 36, criminal nonsupport and possession of marijuana;

Gary Jonathan Willis, 29, Alto, bail jumping and failure to appear for theft of property charge; and

Racheal Michelle Zeller, 24, Bullard, public intoxication, disorderly conduct and release of surety for assault/family violence.


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