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Arrest reports

Arrest reports

The Lincoln County Jail Docket for Friday through Monday was as follows:

• Garry Byrd, 02/12/1991, of 414 Old Wesson Road — ¬ arrested for possession of a controlled substance, speeding, and disorderly conduct/breach of peace by Brookhaven Police Department

• Chad Furr, 08/23/1972, of 1826 New Sight Road — arrested for false reporting of a crime by Lincoln County Sheriff Office

• Crystal Miller, 01/11/1990, of 637 NE Virginia Ave.— arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle, possession of three controlled substances, expired vehicle tag, and no proof of liability insurance by LCSO

• Paul W. Pepper, 10/11/1975, of 4106 River Road Summit — arrested for shoplifting, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a controlled substance by BPD

• Marcus D. Smith, 09/15/1991, of 130 N Street Drive — arrested for contempt of court-city and failure to appear by BPD

• Wesley Watts, 04/08/1984, of 59 Mullins Circle Jayess — arrested for expired drivers license, failure to appear, and no proof of liability insurance by BPD

• Lekesha L. Bledsoe, 03/02/1984, of 2783 James Drive in Wesson — arrested for simple assault/domestic violence by LCSO

• Anthony T. Clave, 05/26/1989, of 1098 Monticello Street — arrested for failure to yield, expired drivers license, and reckless driving by BPS

• Darrell McCoy, 07/20/1978, of 627 South Second Street — arrested for shoplifting and false information/identification by BPD

• Jacinda F. Reid, 03/31/1982, of 604 Virginia Avenue — arrested for simple assault/domestic violence by LCSO

• Catherine Williams, 07/29/1979, of 625 S Second Street — arrested for public drunk by BPD

• Jermaine Hammond, 01/17/1983, of 166 St. John Road in Tylertown — arrested for failure to appear by LCSO

• Shasta L. Vaughn, 10/23/1985, of 3020 Cress Lane — arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia by LCSO

Note: An arrest does not constitute guilt for the accused. All individuals are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.