Daily Progress, Jacksonville, TX


March 14, 2014

Cherokee County arrests: March 4-10

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

March 4 – March 10:

Jose Ivan Alvarado, 18, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

Travis Baird, 21, Troup, possession of drug paraphernalia;

April Mishane Benge, 38, Rusk, open container, failure to stop and a Class C offense;

Ryan Martin Bowers, 24, Jacksonville, criminal mischief, open container in vehicle;

Amber Kaye Brown, 25 Jacksonville, assault;

Joanna Elise Brown, 27, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated second offense;

Michael Ryan Brown, 26, Jacksonville, assault;

Kalvin Roshard Bryant, 28, Jacksonville, evading arrest/detention with a vehicle, driving while intoxicated;

Timothy Dwight Bundrick, 39, White Oak, failure to identify fugitive from justice, warrant for driving with license invalid;

Raul Andres Contre-ras, 34, Tyler, motion to revoke;

Crystal Pauline Cunningham, 32, Jack-sonville, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a dangerous drug;

Eddie Frank Dearman, 56, Rusk, aggravated assault, parole warrant;

Tonya Marie Dunford, 40, Bullard, three counts of possession of a dangerous drug, possession of a controlled substance;

Christy Anne Fer-guson, 40, Jacksonville, failure to appear for a driving while intoxicated charge;

Martin Joseph Francis Jr., 18, Jacksonville, indecency with a child;

Eduardo Garcia, 17, Jacksonville, two counts of assault on a public servant, obstruction/retaliation, resisting arrest, search or transport;

Casey Raenu Gilbert, 35, Rusk, theft by check;

Dainer Gomez, 24, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

Angelia Gonzalez, 32, Tyler, driving with license invalid with a previous conviction/suspension;

Cecilio Rios Guzman, 21, Rusk, no driver's license, traffic offense class C (speeding);

Jessne Hall, 17, Jacksonville, assault;

Scott Dwayne Ham-ilton, 20, Conroe, seatbelt violations, violating promise to appear;

Kenneth Henry, 66, Alto, driving while license invalid;

Billy Christopher Marsh, 22, Wells, assault;

Tonya Marie Martin, 40, Bullard, possession of a controlled substance;

Steven Matthew, Douglass, evading arrest detention, possession of marijuana;

Kennie Charles May-field, 41, Jacksonville, driving while license invalid, open container in vehicle;

James McGough, 23, Ashland, Ky., bond forfeiture robbery, open container;

Larry Donnell Med-ford Sr., 60, Troup, tampering/fabricating physical evidence, two counts of no insurance, violating a promise to appear;

Roberto Manuel Hernandez, 24, Jackson-ville, two counts of no driver's license, possession of drug paraphernalia;

Deante Desean Hum-ber, 21, Jacksonville, assault;

Clarice Jackson, 54, Alto, obstruction or retaliation, warrant for terroristic threat;

Carlton Deshan Johnson, 24, Jacksonville, warrant for aggravated assault, abandon-ing/endangering a child;

Kimberly Johnson, 32, Jacksonville, assault;

Joy Elaine Loftin, 47, Wells, tampering with a government record, possession of a controlled substance;

Regina Ann Morgan, 34, Rusk, failure to maintain financial responsibility and driving while license invalid;

Zackary W. Morris, 20, Tyler, assault;

Raymond Earl Owens, 48, Alto, warrant for driving while license invalid, warrant for open container;

Daniel Pena, 22, Jacksonville, two counts of assault;

Mario Perez, 23, New Summerfield, failure to appear on driving while intoxicated charge;

Jeffrey Len Pryor, 19, Jacksonville, theft;

Danny Eli Rdd, 53, Wells, assault;

Christopher Glen Roper, 28, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana;

Joshua Randall Sipes, 24, Jacksonville, court commitment theft of property by check;

Jeffery Wade Snow-den, 23, Lufkin, failure to appear on terroristic threat charge;

Carlos Martinez Suarez, 27, Rusk, driving while intoxicated;

Tony Nicholas Thomas, 32, Rusk, criminal nonsupport;

Cedric Duwayne Ward, 35, Overton, public intoxication.

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