Arrest reports

Published 9:32 am Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Arrest reports

The Lincoln County Jail Docket for Wednesday through Sunday was as follows:

• Devin R. Barlow, 12/02/1984, of 303 Knox Lane — arrested for aggravated assault and possession of a weapon by convicted felon by Brookhaven Police Department
• Michael D. Colberg, 10/31/1988, of 11417 Route 14 in Illinois — arrested for shoplifting by BPD
• Donavon Davis, 08/04/1987, of 318 West Court Street — arrested for conspiracy, robbery and aggravated assault by Lincoln County Sheriff Office
• Zachary B. Davis, 02/11/1983, of 912 Saw Mill — arrested for probation violation by Mississippi Department of Corrections
• Tyrone V. Jackson, 06/30/1979, of 1022 East Avenue in Wesson — arrested for contempt of court-municipal, public profanity, possession of a controlled substance, indictment with an unlawful sale of cocaine and methamphetamine by BPD
• Joshua P. Allen, 11/07/1989, of 7800 Quintin Road in Union Church — arrested for contempt of court-city by BPD

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• Chester Bowen, 08/22/1996, of 235 Hwy. 149 — arrested for justice court warrant by LCSO
• Christen Ratcliff, 02/09/1992, of 531 N. Jackson Street — arrested for public drunk by BPD
• Almee G. Smith, 05/08/1986, of 0947 Noah Trail — arrested for possession of a controlled substance, DUI first offense and seatbelt violation by LCSO
• Doyce N. Walley, 05/28/1968, of 774 Lovewall Road — arrested for probation violation by MDOC
• Tony D. McGee Jr., 10/21/1998, of 112 E. Highland — arrested for failure to appear by BPD
• Jeffery Paxton, 12/28/1979, of 2792 James Drive — arrested for contempt of court-municipal by BPD
• Rashad J. Smith, 05/14/1985, of 1539 Crump Lane — arrested for simple assault/domestic violence, indictment, failure to appear and probation violation by BPD
• Carie M. Cardwell, 12/23/1985, of 2350 Big Creek Drive in Bogue Chitto — arrested for conspiracy and robbery 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.