The Lincoln County Jail Docket for Friday through Sunday was as follows:
• James Bessonette II, 06/25/1980, of 1224 Union Street — arrested for conspiracy by Brookhaven Police Department.
• Tony Freeman, 08/03/1960, of 576 Halbert Heights Road — arrested for willful trespass, shoplifting and public drunk by BPD.
• Anthony R. Ladnier, 06/13/1977, of 3030 China Grove Road — arrested for probation violation by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.
• Scottie L. Ladnier, 03/28/1975, of 3030 China Grove Road — arrested for contempt of court-city by BPD.
• Emanuel Williams, 03/18/1987, of 300 Old Wesson Road in Hazlehurst — arrested for contempt of court by BPD.
• Chabasco Dillon, 08/21/1978, of 118 Short Street — arrested for DUI- first offense and no proof of liability insurance by BPD.
• William L. Ebach, 09/18/1983, of 8585 Braeburn Lane — arrested for burglary by BPD.
• Jennifer C. Messsent, 09/05/1975, of 6300 Milgen Road in Georgia — arrested for public drunk, public profanity, disorderly conduct/breach of peace, possession of an open beer and resisting arrest by BPD.
• Brandon N. Smith, 08/27/1984, of 2437 Erie Lane — arrested for contempt of court and possession of an open beer by BPD.
• Samuel H. Smith, 12/25/1962, of 3030 French Road in Texas — arrested for possession of a controlled substance and burglary by BPD.
• Sergio Diaz, 12/26/1988, of 468 E Browning in Jackson — arrested for possession of beer in a dry county by Immigration.
• Brian Golmon, 11/21/1982, of 3915 Bouie Mill Road — arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and willful trespass by LCSO.
• Salvador Lopez, 02/04/1982, of 468 E Browning in Jackson — arrested for possession of a beer in a dry county by Immigration.
• Mendes Martinez, 08/20/1989, of 468 E Browning in Jackson — arrested for fishing without a license by Immigration.
• Melissa Monrone, 06/08/1960, of 73 Eddiceton Circle in Meadville — arrested for shoplifting by BPD.
• Patricio Romero, 03/17/1987, of of 468 E Browning in Jackson — arrested for possession of a beer in a dry county by Immigration.
Note: An arrest does not constitute guilt for the accused. All individuals are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.