Weekend jail docket — 3 arrested on felony charges

Published 10:00 am Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Lincoln County Jail docket, May 27-30

  • Abigail Diane Chance, 05/12/1999, 308 North Street Drive — arrested for felony possession of controlled substance, felony fleeing or eluding police in motor vehicle, failure to state when officer signals, leaving scene of accident, property damage, no seat belt, no auto insurance, reckless driving, by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Randy Maxwell, 04/25/1959, 739 Cripple Lane — arrested for no driver license, no/expired tag, no auto insurance, by Mississippi Highway Patrol.
  • Megan Corkern, 12/19/1985, 1148 SW Eagle Trail — arrested for misdemeanor possession of controlled substance, shoplifting, trespassing, by Brookhaven Police Department.
  • Zachary Daquan Dillon, 05/24/1997, 3006 Old Liberty Road Lot 10, McComb — arrested for possession of weapon by convicted felon, Mississippi Department of Corrections warrant, by LCSO.
  • Kenneth Brothern, 12/07/1972, Gleason Loop Lot 3 — arrested for simple assault, physical menace to create fear, trespassing, by LCSO.
  • Triston G. Myers, 01/20/2001, 1950 Crestview Lane, McComb — arrested for DUI first, DUI child endangerment, speeding 10-19 mph over limit, darker than authorized window tint, by MHP.
  • Erica Unese Walls, 12/30/1982, 11910 Saguard Way, Fontana, California — arrested on MDOC warrant, by BPD.
  • Robert Delton Ezell, 09/02/1988, 1328 Hog Chain Drive, Bogue Chitto — arrested for simple assault domestic violence, possession of paraphernalia, felony possession of controlled substance, by LCSO.
  • Shawn Michael Bailey, 03/29/1993, 1564 SE Parkhill Lane, Bogue Chitto — arrested for felony possession of controlled substance, by Mississippi Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
  • Levi Todd Calcote, 10/23/2001, 1408 SW Gene Road, Bogue Chitto — arrested for trespassing, petit larceny, by LCSO.
  • Lavoris Smith, 07/31/1982, 301 Montgomery St. — arrested on city warrant, by BPD.

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