Daily Progress, Jacksonville, TX


March 1, 2014

Cherokee County arrests: Feb.18-24

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

Feb. 11 - Feb. 17:

Rhonda Jolene Airhart, 43, Jacksonville, motion to revoke for DWI;

Jose Ivan Alvarado, 18, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana;

Flavio Balderas, 19, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana;

Alinda Gale Bronson, 54, Rusk, driving while intoxicated;

Christian Leann Butt, 23, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

Adeli Medina Carranza, 31, Irving, money laundering and no driver's license;

Juan Angel Castro-Roman, 37, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated/open container;

Luis Enrique Castro-Sandoval, 20, Jacksonville, two counts of engaging in a criminal activity;

Jose Ricardo Chacon, 22, New Braunfels, expired motor vehicle registration and operating a vehicle without a license;

Adrian Lamont Christopher, 36, Fort Worth, warrant for child support;

David Wesley Clark, 45, Alto, public intoxication and possession/delivery of drug paraphernalia;

Russell Anthony Criss, 32, Big Sandy, non-child support;

Shayla Dianne Crockett, 26, Tennessee Colony, terroristic threat and harassment;

Dakota Anthony Dover, 27, Rusk, displaying an expired license plate registration;

Felix Antonio Ellis, 29, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana;

Broderick Jovondrae Garner, 27, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana and driving while license invalid with a previous conviction/suspension;

Jordan Allen Gary, 21, Chandler, driving while intoxicated/open container;

Daniel Delon Gaudette, 51, Cedar Creek, warrant for DWI, third offense or more;

Justin Wayne Glaspie, 28, Frankston, driving while intoxicated, third offense or more;

Anthony Earl Griffin, 29, Nacogdoches, traffic offense;

Kristi Marie Haney, 32, Rusk, expired license plates and no driver's license;

Jason Hines, 31, Flint, possession of a controlled substance;

Martha Bowie Johnson, 58, Bullard, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon;

Ramiro Lira, 38, Rusk, traffic offense and three warrants for traffic offenses;

Kristie Ynona Lockhart, 40, San Angelo, engaging in organized criminal activity motion to appear;

Darryl Dean McGowan, 28, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

Diana Meador, 58, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana;

Corey Taylor Montgomery, 22, Rusk, possession of drug paraphernalia, public intoxication and a warrant for theft of property;

Jerilyn Danielle Moore, 23, Tatum, warrants for two traffic offenses;

Virjinia Sanchez Morales, 20, Frankston, motion to revoke for theft of property;

Clinton Harding Norwood, 31, Tyler, driving while intoxicated, second offense;

Matthew Gilbert Pierce, 20, Bullard, two counts of traffic offense/speeding;

Derrick Deshaun Reed, 31, Jacksonville, assault causing injury/family violence and interference with an emergency call;

Mario Alberto Rodriguez Jr., 30, Jacksonville, violation of parole and failure to identify;

Michelle Adams Santos, 55, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

Robert William Speelman, 53, Wills Point, theft;

Jose Tavera, 27, Jacksonville, assault causing injury/family violence;

Jose Saul Tavera, 17, possession of a controlled substance;

Deshoderick Lamar Taylor, 19, Jacksonville, assault causing injury;

Joshua Ray Tyer, 26, Alto, burglary of a habitation;

Hector Casaino Vasquez, 31, Rusk, sexual assault of a child;

Lessie Wagoner Jr., 66, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

Marion Lewis Wells, 24, Bullard, possession of a controlled substance;

Daniel Wayne Whitley, 22, Lufkin, driving while intoxicated/open container;

Printes Wayne Witt, 23, Frankston, warrant for burglary of a building and possession of marijuana;

Quinton Ashford Womack, 23, Jacksonville assault/family violence; and

Caleb Kirk Yates, 26, Houston, evading arrest with a vehicle, reckless driving, displaying a fictitious license plate, no proof of insurance, expired motor vehicle registration and speeding (108mph in a 50mph zone).


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