Meridian Star

Law Enforcement

July 1, 2014

Law Enforcement Reports: 7-1-14

MERIDIAN — Meridian Police Department

    The Meridian Police Department reported the following arrests between 9 a.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Monday:

    • Disorderly conduct/failure to obey law enforcement – Shamela Brooks, 30, 803 29th Street, Meridian. Brooks also faces charges of simple assault.

    • Burglary (commercial building, cars, etc..) – Breanna Katelyn Guthrie, 19, 6591 Sunny Lane, Toomsuba. Guthrie also faces three counts of failure to appear in Justice Court.  

    • Disorderly conduct/failure to obey law enforcement – Joniqua Relinda Hudson, 30, 2428 Old Marion Aparments, Meridian. Hudson also faces charges of resisting arrest and public drunkenness.  

    • Simple assault (attempt to create fear) – Jeremy Killens, 32, 1621 25th Avenue, Meridian. Killens also faces charges of disturbing the peace and disturbance of family.   

    • Disorderly conduct/failure to obey law enforcement – Willie Lee Nicholson, 48, 47 14th Avenue, Meridian. Nicholson also faces charges of public drunkenness and possession of marijuana, first offense.      

    • Domestic violence-simple assault – Lucius Thomas Parks, 53, 710 B Street, Meridian.    

    • Carrying a concealed weapon – Lyndell Pritchard, 26, 3810 42nd Street, Meridian. Pritchard also faces charges of possession of marijuana, first offense.

    • Burglary (dwelling house), 2 counts – Emmanuel Dewayne Poole, 21, 2204 10th Avenue, Meridian. Poole also faces charges of shoplifting.   

    • Disorderly conduct/failure to obey law enforcement – Robin Carol Willis, 1513 25th Avenue, Meridian. Willis also faces a charge of interfering with duties of police.       

    • False reporting of a crime – Kevin B. Rouleau, 36, 8689 Old 19th South, Meridian. Rouleau also faces a charge of possession of paraphernalia.    

    • Simple assault on a minor – Antonia D. Houston, 23, 2704 State Boulevard, Meridian.      

    • Simple assault on a minor – Britney L. Harbour, 27, 2794 State Boulevard, Meridian.

    • Shoplifting – Angel Cole, 25, 2727 7th Avenue, Meridian.

    • Fighting in public – Larry Dock, 40, 3112 Vally Street, Meridian. Dock also faces a charge of public drunkenness.  

    • Driving under the influence (DUI) – Clyde J. Everrett, 20, 6018 Mohawk Road, Meridian. Everrett also faces a charge of possession of paraphernalia.        

    • Begging – Sydney Boswell, 33, Homeless, Meridian.   

    • Shoplifting – Joe Griffin, 56, 3112 11th Street, Meridian.     

    • Shoplifting – Julia Buckley, 59, 3112 11th Street, Meridian.  

    • Shoplifting – Shabrilya Thedford, 19, 5106 E. Lake Drive, Meridian. Thedford also faces a charge of possession of a controlled substance.

    • Shoplifting – Latia S. Middlebrooks, 23, 1214 27th Street, Meridian. Middlebrooks also faces a charge of possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.  

    • Shoplifting – Jeanette Brown-Speight, 52, 29 Chesnut Street, Meridian.        

    • Driving under the influence (DUI) – Katie M. Miles, 29, 510 N. 38th Avenue, Meridian.   

    • Driving under the influence (DUI) – Larry McCoy, 43, 1325 45th Avenue, Meridian.     

    • Shooting in the city – DaJour Taylor, 23, 1325 45th Avenue, Meridian.  

    

    Incident Reports    

    The Meridian Police Department reported the following incidents from 9 a.m. Friday to 9 a.m. Monday:

Commercial Burglary

    • 500 block of B Street.

Auto Burglary

    • 2600 block of St. Charles Street.  

    • 3000 block of 45th Avenue.  

Residential Burglary

    • 2400 block of 4th Avenue.

    • 2600 block of St. Charles Street.

    • 1700 block of 2nd Street South.

    • 1700 block of 26th Avenue.

Shootings

    • Meridian Police responded to 1 shots fired call in the 2400 block of 5th Street and made one arrest for shooting inside the City.   

    • Meridian Police Officers responded to 8 shots fired calls. When Officers arrived on scene they were unable to locate evidence to support the calls.

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