Daily Progress, Jacksonville, TX


May 3, 2014

Cherokee County arrests: April 22-28

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

April 22 – 28:

• Sara Soriya Aithmitti, 18, Cleveland, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, no driver's license, no insurance;

• José Ivan Alvarado, 18, Jacksonville, burglary of a habitation, possession of a controlled substance;

• Thomas Edward Baker, 43, Frankston, resisting arrest, search or transport;

• Klebert Matthew Bellanger, 24, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana;

• Brooke D Ann Berryhill, 32, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana;

• Jeremy Rashad Black, 24, Jacksonville, motion to revoke – attempted burglary of a habitation;

• Lena Michelle Blakemore, 31, Tyler, possession of marijuana;

• Tera Jene Brooks, 26, Alto, no driver's license, warrant for no driver's license, warrant for driving while license invalid, warrant for speeding;

• Michael Ryan Brown, 26, Jacksonville, three counts of burglary of a vehicle, criminal mischief, assault causing bodily injury, criminal trespass;

• Robert Lynn Brown, 34, Alto, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon;

• Therron Court Bryan, 47, Jacksonville, three motions to revoke – driving while intoxicated third time or more, warrant for driving while intoxicated, third time or more;

• Nicholas Cowan, 20, Rusk, warrants for non-approved equipment and disorderly conduct;

• Dariante Jaquez Cullins, 19, Jacksonville, burglary of a habitation, resisting arrest, search or transport;

• Danny Ray Flowers, 54, Wells, harassment, Class C traffic offense – no driver's license;

• Joshua Wayne Folmar, 29, Jacksonville, public intoxication;

• Eric Anthony Foreman, 31, Mesquite, forgery;

• Barbara Dawn Harding, 38, Jacksonville, theft of property, criminal trespass;

• Fidel Ramirez Hernandez, 38, Waco, displaying fictitious license plate, expired license plate, no driver's license, warrant for a bond forfeiture;

• Kwasi Lateef Hines, 28, Tyler, driving while license invalid – failure to appear, driving while license invalid;

• Ronald Charles Hinton, 41, Jacksonville, organized retail theft;

• David Allen Jackson, 60, Rusk, warrant – disregarded stop sign;

• Brett Jones, 21, Rusk, escape from custody, public intoxication, city ordinance violation;

• Kendrick Wayne King, 31, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated – second offense, possession of marijuana;

• Erick Lira-Valdez, 29, Rusk, two counts driving while license invalid, two counts unrestrained child in a vehicle;

• Stormi Renae Luce, 17, Frankston, assault causes bodily injury/family violence;

• Robin Christine McCrary, 24, Jacksonville, manufacturing/delivery of a controlled substance;

• Oran Clay McIntyre, 20, Jacksonville, driving under the influence;

• Jacob Delon Moody, 22, Troup, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon/family violence;

• Carlos Joel Olmos, 45, Palestine, driving while license invalid with previous conviction/suspension, speeding;

• Emanuel Garcia Paramo, 25, New Summerfield, no driver's license, expired motor vehicle inspection, failure to appear;

• Davis W. Paris, 50, Frankston, burglary of a building, evading arrest/detention, resisting arrest, search or transport;

• José Diaz Perez, 51, Jacksonville, murder;

• Nelson Deossie Pryor, 28, Bullard, driving while intoxicated;

• Derrick Deshaun Reed, 31, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

• Kevin Dametress Robertson, 23, Jacksonville, violation of a protective order;

• Samuel Lynn Russell, 32, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

• Richard Austin Slaughter, 41, Frankston, public intoxication;

• Brandon Brecheen Smith, 28, Rusk, motor vehicle inspection violation, failure to maintain financial responsibility, disregarding stop sign, expired license plate, defective equipment/bald tires, failure to maintain financial responsibility;

• Pablo Torres, 35, Alto, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, public intoxication, PI), disorderly conduct;

• Craig Jordan Tucker, 42, Johnson City, abandonment/endangering a child;

• Jason Shane Wallace, 33, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance, warrant for theft;

• Robert Vaughn Williams, 19, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana; and,

• Jennifer Woodbury, 32, Cushing, possession of drug paraphernalia.

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