Lincoln County Jail docket: 2 arrested on felony charges

Published 10:12 am Monday, December 11, 2023

Lincoln County Jail docket, Thursday-Sunday, Dec. 7-10, 2023:

  • Princess Lashunda Fields, 10/25/1998, 608 Beauregard Road — arrested, charged with contempt of court, by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Dustin Kelly Allen, 10/25/1982, 2103 New Sight Road — arrested, charged with probation violation, by Mississippi Department of Corrections.
  • Glenn Patrick Collins, 01/19/1977, 527 Turner St. — arrested, charged with misdemeanor possession of controlled substance, misdemeanor possession of marijuana, by Brookhaven Police Department.
  • Matthew Roger Waldrop, 04/28/1986, 599 Halbert Heights Road — arrested, charged with felony malicious mischief, city warrant, by LCSO.
  • Justin Richardson, 05/06/1970, 703 Ann St. — arrested, charged with simple assault domestic violence, by BPD.
  • Elijah Miqual Wilcher, 04/21/2004, 923 Ballard Lane — arrested on indictment, by LCSO.
  • Thomas K. Patterson, 08/23/1997, 2531 Arthur Drive — serving time for Drug Court, LCSO.
  • Dixie L. Fusco, 09/22/1964, 3296 SE Pleasant Grove — arrested, charged with felony receiving stolen property, by LCSO.
  • Kwan Wilson, 03/11/1975, 133 Simpson CV St., Mendenhall — arrested, charged with cyberstalking, email threats/harassment, by BPD.
  • Geary Davis, 06/10/1960, 1220 Vienna Trail NW — arrested, charged with DUI first, by LCSO.
  • John Coleman, 11/03/1972, 3387 Gary Trail, Wesson — arrested on city warrant, by LCSO.
  • Carolyn N. Coleman, 11/24/1996, 900 Williams St. — arrested, charged with shoplifting (value $1,000 or less), by BPD.
  • Kendrell D. Brown, 03/28/1990, 184 Belt Line Drive — arrested, charged with DUI first, possession of marijuana/synthetic cannabinoids in motor vehicle, no auto insurance, no/expired tag, by Mississippi Highway Patrol.
  • Michael T. Bridges, 06/15/1990, 1127 Railroad Ave., Georgetown — arrested, charged with contempt of court, 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.

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