7 arrested on alcohol or controlled substance charges

Published 3:47 pm Tuesday, March 10, 2020

The Lincoln County Jail docket entries for Friday through Monday were as follows:

• Daniel Keith Jent, 8/21/1991, 611 Urban Lane — arrested for a probation violation, by the Lincoln County Sheriffs Office.

• Jacob Tisdale Bozeman, 3/16/1997, 611 Denton Trail — arrested for a third or subsequent DUI, by the LCSO.

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• Henry Coleman, 4/22/1966, 320 East Chippewa — arrested for public drunkenness and speeding 1-9 mph over limit, by the Brookhaven Police Department.

• Arthur Gene Case, 4/23/1968, 2426 East Lincoln Circle — arrested for public drunkenness, by the BPD.

• Scottie Laverne Ladnier, 3/28/1975, 3030 China Grove Road — arrested for aggravated domestic assault, by the LCSO.

• Tommy Bo Dunaway, 8/14/1979, 1979 Hurricane Road — arrested for tag/none or expired, no auto insurance and driving with a suspended license, by the LCSO.

• Joseph Wade Jackson, 7/21/1989, 3442 Hillside St., Jackson — arrested for possession of a schedule II controlled substance, by the BPD.

• Dawn Brisco Jadyn, 9/20/2000, 437 Rail Road Ave., Bude — arrested for a first offense DUI, by the LCSO.

• Jason Hutson, 10/27/1983, 1965 New Sight Road — arrested for failure to support a child under 18, misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia, by the LCSO.

• Michael Cage Querns, 11/11/1997, 1360 Field lark Lane — arrested for a city warrant, possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, enhanced by a firearm and failure to use a turn signal, by the LCSO.

• Alecia Drake, 10/9/1978, 14015 Hwy. 98, Smithdale — arrested for possession of paraphernalia, by the LCSO.

• James Robert Pittman, 1/30/1988, 1283 Victory Trail — arrested for possession of paraphernalia, tag / none or expired, no auto insurance and no drivers license, by the LCSO.

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