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November 27, 2012

11-27-12 Law Enforcement Reports

MERIDIAN — Meridian Police Department

    The Meridian Police Department reported the following arrests between 8:30 a.m. Wednesday and 8:30  a.m. Monday:

    • Disorderly conduct, failure to obey law enforcement officer – Montrell LaShun Croft, 21, 3907 10th St. Croft also was placed on 48- 72-hour hold for investigation.    • Driving Under the Influence (DUI), second offense – Xavier L'Darrin Easley, 24, 2007 25th Ave., Meridian. Easley is also charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct/failure to obey law enforcement officer and improper equipment.

    • Simple assault, attempt to create fear – Granvil Paul England, 51, 249 Brasher St., Nashville, Tenn. England is also charged with disorderly conduct/failure to obey law enforcement officer, pubic profanity, public drunk and begging.

    • Driving Under the Influence (DUI), first offense — Daniel Leroy Fountain Jr., 35, 6289 Confederate Drive. Fountain is also charged with careless driving.    • Domestic violence – Robert A. Galloway Sr., 24, 220 Griffon Ave., Aiken, S.C.

    • Shoplifting – Lauren Chelsea Garrett-Poythress, 26, 5305 Poplar Springs Drive, Meridian.

    • Robbery, armed – James Henderson III, 18, 317 60th Ave. Henderson is also charged with capital murder.

    • Domestic violence – Darrell Holloway, 23, 914 47th Ave.

    • Interfere with duties of police – Carlos E. Jones, 20, Azalea Park 211, Meridian.

    • Possession of marijuana, first offense – James C. Kell, 46, 5017 Reese Road, A., Collinsville. Kell is also charged with disorderly conduct/failure to obey law enforcement officer.    • Shoplifting, less than $250 – Curtis Robert Latney, 25, 469 Jeffrey Acres Road, Meridian. Latney is also being held for outside agency/law enforcement.

    • Disturbing the peace – Bonnie Jean McCoy, 34, 6001 Fifth St., Meridian. McCoy is also charged with disorderly conduct/failure to obey law enforcement officer and public profanity.

    • Simple assault – Eric Lamont Nash, 25, 1915 22nd Ave., Meridian. Nash is also charged with domestic violence and contempt of court.

    • DUI, second offense – Odell Rhodes, 67, 1606 28th Ave., Meridian. Rhodes is also charged with violation of insurance card in vehicle law.

    • Simple assault – Jodi Shrake, 29, 887 East State Road 42, Cloverdale, Ind.

    • Shoplifitng, less than $250 – Tyeshia T. Thedford, 20, 2204 11th Ave., Meridian.

    • Simple assault on a minor – Craig Monroe Toole, 19, 2428 Old Marion Road K74, Meridian.

    • DUI, first offense – Thomas W. Walker, 55, 4301 Hickory Lane, Meridian. Walker is also charged with driving on the wrong side of the road, driving with a suspended license and violation of insurance card in vehicle law.

    • Shoplifting – Davion Williams, 18, 2402 36th Place, Meridian.

    • Public drunk – Laveris Williams, 22, 2310 D St., Meridian.

    • False identification information – Benjamin Franklin Willis Jr., 30, 2431 Grandview Ave., Meridian.

    • Resisting arrest– Rodriquez Levon Winfield, 26, 1000 Church Ave., Meridian. Winfield is also charged with escape (misdemeanor) and false identification information.  

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