Daily Progress, Jacksonville, TX


April 5, 2014

Cherokee County arrest: March 25-31

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

March 25 – March 31:

Samuel Joseph Bass, 20, Deville, La., public intoxication;

Christie Ann Beathard, 53, Rusk, hindering secured creditors;

Jennifer Blanton, 45, Nacogdoches, failure to appear for cruelty to non-livestock animals;

Michael Ryan Brown, 26, Jacksonville, disorderly conduct;

Herman J. Burns, 42, Garrison, writ of commitment for child support;

Patrick Lamont Cross, 40, Jacksonville, assault on a public servant, resisting arrest/search/transport; driving while license invalid and a warrant for criminal nonsupport;

Thomas Joel Cummins, 32, Rusk, possession of drug paraphernalia, unsafe start from a parked or stopped position, failure to maintain financial responsibility and noise/loud music;

Tony Lee Cureton, 27, Kilgore, driving while intoxicated second offense;

Garrett Scott Curtis, 23, Alto, driving while intoxicated second offense and possession of marijuana;

Jesse Loyd Engle, 46, Troup, burglary of a building;

Aldin Eliot Erskine, 24, Bullard, public intoxication;

Gloria DeJesus Garcia, 36, Jacksonville, theft of property;

Ami Nicole Graves, 29, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance, organized retail theft and driving while license invalid with a previous conviction/failure to appear;

Jessica Nugent Guillory, 33, Pineville, La., public intoxication;

James Tatum Hallford, 21, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana, motor vehicle inspection violation, failure to appear for possession of marijuana, minor driving under the influence, minor in possession of alcohol and possession of drug paraphernalia;

Dustin Harlow, 27, Jacksonville, theft of property with two or more previous convictions;

Zachary Hiatt, 18, Eads, Tenn., operating an ATV on a public roadway and minor in consumption of alcohol;

Joshua Lee Hightower, 30, Henderson, violating a protective order;

Justin Howland, 26, Flint, driving while intoxicated second offense;

William Inmon, 18, Collierville, Tenn., operating an ATV on a public roadway;

Jessica Lynn Jackson, 35, Jacksonville, criminal trespass;

Corry Dewayne Lofton, 34, Jacksonville, unauthorized use of a vehicle;

Jennifer Dayle Long, 33, Jacksonville, assault/family violence;

Amber Mai, 30, Tyler, public intoxication;

Eric Duane Martin, 35, Chandler, motion to revoke for driving while intoxicated third offense or more and non-payment of child support;

Brittany Nicole McGowan, 26, Rusk, theft of property and failure to identify;

Chastity Cheyann Middleton, 23, Jacksonville, assault/family violence;

Duell Stephen Moreland, 24, Monterey, La., public intoxication;

Jason Lee Morris, 35, Jacksonville, aggravated robbery and speeding;

Shawn Cordell Mowery, 50, Longview, theft by check;

Kyle Franklin Natho, 24, Austin, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and no valid driver's license;

Robert Wayne Nevill, 25, Deville, La., public intoxication;

Shevi Nachole Poston, 23, Rusk, open container of alcohol, displaying an expired license plates, unrestrained child younger than 8, displaying an expiring license plate and a motor vehicle inspection violation;

Cody Devin Pratt, 30, Douglas, driving while license invalid and failure to maintain financial responsibility;

Joseph Adam Pullen, 24, Collinston, La., possession of marijuana;

Rachael Ann Riche, 34, Longview, forgery;

Tamorya Nejel Roberts, 22, Jacksonville, public intoxication;

Daniel Roscoe, 49, Troup, burglary of a building;

Miguel Angel Rubio-Estrada, 30, New Summerfield, driving while intoxicated;

Randy Lovelle Session, 32, Rusk, two counts of aggravated assault;

Lessa Mechel Sheppard, 43, Kingwood, no insurance and speeding;

LaQuinda Roshay Simpson, 29, Tyler, warrant for credit/debit card abuse;

Bradley Steven Sneed, 20, Hernando, Miss., minor in possession of alcohol and operating an ATV on a public roadway;

Kaiza Irene Stains, 29, Princeton, no insurance and expired license plate registration;

Ira Lee Taylor, 52, Rusk, three counts of no driver's license, warrant for no driver's license; warrant for failure to appear, warrant for running a red light; no driver's license and failure to maintain financial responsibility;

James Barnard Thacker, 32, Alto, criminal nonsupport;

Kyle Adam Tinsley, 24, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving while license invalid;

Connor Trahan, 18, Eads, Tenn., minor in consumption;

Quang Tran, 45, Tyler, assault causing injury;

Tyler Jordan Wilkinson, 22, Rusk, possession of a controlled substance;

Rhaenisha Willis, 22, Jacksonville, theft of property;

Brian Keith Wilson, 44, Colfax, La., defective equipment; and

Auston Wyatt Woodson, 20, Deville, La., public intoxication.


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