Daily Progress, Jacksonville, TX


March 8, 2014

Cherokee County arrests: Feb. 25-March 10

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

Feb. 25 - March 10:

Rocky Shane Adams, 58, Troup, possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana;

Marcus Lamonde Allison, 41, Carthage, driving while intoxicated with child younger than 15;

Rebecca Barker, 52, Rusk, murder;

Jennifer Elizabeth Barlow, 32, Jacksonville, motion to revoke for organized retail theft charge;

Ruth Ann Belford, 58, Houston, driving while intoxicated third offense or more;

Jeremy Rashad Black, 24, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated and resisting arrest, search or transport;

Mollie Juanell Bonner, 32, Troup, possession of substance, possession of a controlled substance, possesion of marijuana and driving while license invalid;

Luther Chase Bristow, 18, Alto, possession of a controlled substance, unlawfully carrying a weapon, possession of marijuana, driving while intoxicated, expired driver's license and no proof of insurance;

Geoffrey Shaye Bush, 25, Jacksonville, interference with public duties;

Robin Michelle Croft, 36, Jacksonville, criminal mischief;

John Regan Crow, 64, Tyler, public intoxication;

Rowan Kay Dennis, 62, driving while intoxicated third offense or more;

Johnthan Dodd, 21, Jacksonville, disorderly conduct;

Chassity Paige Evans, 24, Dangerfield, abandoning/endangering a child;

Edgar Guzman Garcia, 21, New Summerfield, driving while intoxicated;

Frank Ryon Garcia, 28, Rusk, evading arrest with a vehicle and driving while intoxicated;

Timothy Dewayne Gray, 33, Jacksonville, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance, tampering/fabricating physical evidence, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and a traffic offense;

Robert Glenn Hedricks Jr., 51, Jacksonville, bail jumping and failure to appear and evading arrest or detention warrant;

Lesley Lang, 33, Grand Saline, public intoxication;

Chester Lee Lewis, 38, Alto, assault and disorderly conduct;

Christopher Bernard Lucas, 23, Jacksonville, failure to identify a fugitive;

Ivory Lucas, 32, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

John Joseph Mannix, 65, Rusk, tampering with a government record;

Ramiro Martinez, 29, Jacksonville, assault/family violence;

Jonathan Jeffrey McKnight, 29, Troup, theft

of property;

Jonathan Brady Nash, 21, Frankston, warrant for driving while intoxicated;

James Aaron Phillips, 22, Whitehouse, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia;

Quinton Latrey Price, 21, Lufkin, AWOL/deserter;

Stanley Jerome Price, 48, Missouri City, Texas, abandoning/endangering a child and possession of a controlled substance;

Luke James Prosise, 18, Rusk, two counts of disorderly conduct (abusive language and fighting in public) and consumption of alcohol by a minor;

Angel Omar Rodriguez-Ruiz, 24, Pittsburg, Texas, driving while intoxicated;

Stephanie Diane Salmi, 29, Troup, theft;

Gustavo Manuel Serrato, 21, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

Ondra Simmons, 46, Rusk, warrant for possession of a controlled substance;

Chris Lamarquis Spencer, 21, Jacksonville, motion to revoke for forgery and evading arrest/detention;

Samuel Taylor Stockton, 27, Jacksonville, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon;

Edwardo Valencia, 38, Center, hindering prosecution;

Blane Holiway Wade, 22, Sacul, tampering with a government record;

Thomas Kyle Wagoner, 23, Whitehouse, unauthorized use of a vehicle and evading arrest or detention;

Bernard Williams, 42, Tyler, driving while intoxicated second offense; and

Heath Ellis Willis, 19, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance, tampering with physical evidence and possession of drug



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