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March 6, 2018 - Ballots for Democratic Party and Republican Party are listed below. Election day is March 6th and polling locations close at 7pm.

Ballots for Democratic Party and polling locations

Click each precinct to see the ballots for each area

  • Precinct 1 N (Center) - Polling location is at Church of Christ, 110 Hurst St., Center, Texas 75935
  • Precinct 1 SO (Center) - Polling location is at Church of Christ, 110 Hurst St., Center, Texas 75935
  • Precinct 1 SE (Center) - Polling location is at Pineywoods Family Outreach Center, 255 Haley Dr., Center, Texas 75935
  • Precinct 1 SW (Center) - Polling location is at Church of Christ, 110 Hurst St., Center, Texas 75935
  • Precinct 1 W (Center) - Polling location is at Church of Christ, 110 Hurst St., Center, Texas 75935
  • Precinct 2 (Aiken) - Polling location is at Church of Christ, 110 Hurst St., Center, Texas 75935
  • Precinct 3 (Sardis) - Polling location is at Church of Christ, 110 Hurst St., Center, Texas 75935
  • Precinct 4 (Huxley) - Polling location is at Lydia Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 14998 FM 139, Shelbyville, TX 75973
  • Precinct 5 (Joaquin) - Polling location is at First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 175 Faulkville Road, Joaquin, TX 75954
  • Precinct 6 (Dreka) - Polling location is at Lydia Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 14998 FM 139, Shelbyville, TX 75973
  • Precinct 7 (Shelbyville) - Polling location is at First Baptist Church - Shelbyville, 5030 SH 87S, Shelbyville, Texas 75973
  • Precinct 8 (Tenaha) - Polling location is at First United Methodist Church Fellowhip Hall, 226 N. George Bowers Dr., Tenaha, TX 75974
  • Precinct 9N (Timpson) - Polling location is at Texas State Bank Annex, 830 N 1st Street W, Timpson, TX 75975
  • Precinct 9S (Timpson) - Polling location is at Timpson School Gym Foyer, 836 Bear Dr., Timpson, TX 75975

Ballots for Republican Party and polling locations

Click each precinct to see the ballots for each area

  • Precinct 1 N (Center) - Polling location is at First United Methodist Church, 211 N. Porter Street, Center, Texas 75935
  • Precinct 1 SO (Center) - Polling location is at Church of Christ, 110 Hurst St., Center, Texas 75935
  • Precinct 1 SE (Center) - Polling location is at Pineywoods Family Outreach Center, 255 Haley Dr., Center, Texas 75935
  • Precinct 1 SW (Center) - Polling location is at Center Community House, 423 San Augustine Street, Center, Texas 75935
  • Precinct 1 W (Center) - Polling location is at JOI Ranch, 5198 FM 2026, Center, Texas 75935
  • Precinct 2 (Aiken) - Polling location is at Excelsior School, 11280 St. Hwy 7 W., Center, Texas 75935
  • Precinct 3 (Sardis) - Polling location is at Campti Pentecostal Church, 6153 FM 414, Center, Texas 75935 (Corrected)
  • Precinct 4 (Huxley) - Polling location is at Lydia Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 14998 FM 139, Shelbyville, TX 75973
  • Precinct 5 (Joaquin) - Polling location is at First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 175 Faulkville Road, Joaquin, TX 75954 (Corrected)
  • Precinct 6 (Dreka) - Polling location is at Dreka Pentecostal Church, Fellowship Hall, 1193 FM 2427, Shelbyville, Texas 75973
  • Precinct 7 (Shelbyville) - Polling location is at First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 5030 SH 87 South, Shelbyville, Texas 75973
  • Precinct 8 (Tenaha) - Polling location is at First Methodist Church-Schiede Hall, 256 N. George Bowers Drive, Tenaha, Texas 75974
  • Precinct 9N (Timpson) - Polling location is at Texas State Bank Annex, 830 N 1st Street W, Timpson, TX 75975
  • Precinct 9S (Timpson) - Polling location is at Timpson School Gym Foyer, 836 Bear Dr., Timpson, TX 75975

March 2, 2018 - On March 1, 2018 at approximately 11:55 p.m., Shelby County Sheriff’s Office Deputies were dispatched to a residence on CR 1012 in Center in reference to an assault.

George Randall GilchristOnce on scene, deputies made contact with a white female who stated her husband, identified as George Randall Gilchrist, 32, of Center, arrived home at approximately 10:30 p.m. intoxicated.

The female stated an argument ensued between the two which resulted in her being assaulted. Deputies searched the residence and were unable to locate Gilchrist.

On March 2, warrants were issued for Gilchrist and he was arrested at a residence on CR 1005.

Gilchrist was book into the Shelby County Jail and charged with Abandoning/Endangering a Child (SJF); Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon (F-2); Assault Family Violence Impeding Breath/Circulation (F-3); Unlawful Restraint (F-3); Terroristic Threat of Family/Household (M-A); InterfereW/Emergency Call (M-A); and Deadly Conduct (M-A).

March 2, 2018 - The following cases were recently disposed of in the Shelby County Court. Judge Allison Harbison was the presiding Judge and County Attorney Gary Rholes represented the State.

  1. Cody Freeman - Driving While Intoxicated (Class B) $1,200 fine, $412.10 court cost, 6 months probation, attend and complete DWI education class.
  2. Jerome Sanders - Failure to Identify (Class A) $500 fine, $262 court cost, Final Judgment.
  3. Lonnie Harrison - Hindering Apprehension (Class A) $500 fine, $262 court cost, 20 days in the Shelby County Jail, Final Judgment.
  4. Lonnie Harrison - Theft (Class A) $500 fine, $262 court cost, 20 days in the Shelby County Jail, Final Judgment.
  5. Joshua Howell - Possession of Marijuana (Class B) $600 fine, $322 court cost, 14 days in the Shelby County Jail, Final Judgment.
  6. Jeremy Holloway - Driving While Intoxicated 2nd - $600 fine, $412.10 court cost, 50 days in the Shelby County Jail, Final Judgment.
  7. Joshua Beasley - Disorderly Conduct (Class C) $200 fine, $262 court cost, Final Judgment.
  8. Joshua Dupree - Failure to Identify (Class A) $600 fine, $262 court cost, 12 months probation, 40 hours of Community Service.
  9. Jeremy Holloway - Probation Revocation (Original Charge: Assault Family Violence (Class A)) 100 days in the Shelby County Jail, Final Judgment.
  10. Katrina Wiggins - Cruelty to Animals (Class A) 30 hours Community Service
  11. Michael Hawley - Probation Revocation (Original Charge: Theft (Class B)) 90 days in the Shelby County Jail, Final Judgment.
  12. Candace Scruggs - Probation Revocation (Original Charge: Theft (Class B)) 60 days in the Shelby County Jail.
  13. Brendon Hubert - Possession of Marijuana (Class B) $300 fine, $322 court cost, 3 months deferred probation.
  14. Jose Hernandez - Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - $600 fine, $322 court cost, Final Judgment.
  15. Eliud Vidal - Driving While Intoxicated (Class B) $1,500 fine, $412.10 court cost, Final Judgment.
  16. Michael Scott - Possession of Marijuana (Class B) $600 fine, $322 court cost, Final Judgment.
  17. Trevarious Moore - Possession of Marijuana (Class B) $600 fine, $322 court cost, Final Judgment.
  18. Wesley Flournoy - Driving While License Suspended (Class B) $300 fine, $262 court cost, Final Judgment.
  19. Michael Sims - Unlaw Carry of a Weapon (Class A) $262 court cost, 30 days in the Shelby County Jail, Final Judgment.
  20. Brittany Horn - Hindering Apprehension (Class A) $400 fine, $262 court cost, Final Judgment.
  21. Ricky Fountain - Theft (Class B) $600 fine, $262 court cost, 12 months probation, attend and complete Theft program.
  22. Kelly Frazier - Failure to Identify (Class B) $300 fine, $262 court cost, Final Judgment.
  23. Joshua Blanton - Driving While Intoxicated (Class B) $1,200 fine, $412.10 court cost, 12 months probation, 20 hours Community Service, attend and complete DWI education class.

February 28, 2018 - Update - 6:46pm: Loop 500 in Shelby County is now open to traffic following an earlier HazMat spill. All lanes have been cleared and are open. Drive safely.


February 28, 2018 - ALERT: SL 500 from US 96 to SH 7 East in Shelby County is closed after a hazardous spill. Also, cleanup is ongoing on US 96 and SH 7 East at the intersections near the loop. Cleanup could take most of the day. Avoid the area and prepare for delays as crews clear these areas.

February 27, 2018 - On February 21, 2018, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality required the San Augustine Rural Public Water System, #2030007, to issue a Boil Water Notice to inform customers, individuals or employees that due to conditions which occurred recently in the public water system, the water from this public water system was required to be boiled prior to use for drinking water or human consumption purposes.

San Augustine Rural Water has taken the necessary corrective actions to restore the quality of the water distributed by this public water system used for drinking water or human consumption purposes and has provided TCEQ with laboratory test results that indicate that the water no longer requires boiling prior to use as of February 27, 2018.

If you have questions concerning this matter, you may contact the office: 220 West Columbia Street, San Augustine, Texas. 936-288-0489 or Charles Sharp 936-201-5001.

Thank you for your patiernce and cooperation.


February 21, 2018 - Due to a major break in the line, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has required the San Augustine Rural Public Water System PWS #2030007 to notify all customers on FM 353, White Rock Area, and Hwy 21 E, including customers on the Sun Rise Road to boil their water prior to consumption (eg., washing hands/ face, brushing teeth, drinking, etc). Children, seniors and persons with weakened immune systems are particularly vulnerable to harmful bacteria, and all customers should follow these directions.

To ensure destruction of all harmful bacteria and other microbes, water for drinking, cooking and ice making should be boiled and cooled prior to use for drinking water or human consumption purposes. The water should be brought to a vigorous rolling boil and then boiled for two minutes.

In lieu of boiling, individuals may purchase bottled water or obtain water from some other suitable source for drinking water or human consumption purposes.

When it is no longer necessary to boil the water, the public water system officials will notify customers that the water is safe for drinking water or human consumption purposes.

When it is no longer necessary to boil the water,  the public water system officials will notify customers that the water is safe for drinking water or human consumption purposes.

Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received the notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.

If you have questions concerning this matter, you may contact San Augustine Rural Water System at 220 W. Columbia Street, San Augustine, Texas, 75972, or call 936-288-0489 or Charles Sharp at 936-201-5001.

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) can also be reached at 512-239-4691.

February 26, 2018 - A crash on Nacogdoches Street in Center ended in the arrest of one driver for driving while intoxicated February 13, 2018.

According to Center Police Officer a white Honda Fit driven by Patti Jo Hall, 60, of Center was westbound in on Nacogdoches Highway (State Highway 7 West) in Center and had stopped to turn onto Lillian Street.

A black Dodge pickup truck driven by a male 16-year-old minor driver was directly behind Hall when the driver stated he dropped something. At that time the Dodge collided with the rear of the Honda. The Honda then traveled off the roadway and up an incline on the eastbound side and into a nearby yard where it came to rest.

The Dodge also traveled off the roadway in a similar path to the Honda, however, it instead traveled alongside the hill before traveling back into the roadway and across where it came to rest in some trees on the westbound side.

Hall was arrested for driving while intoxicated, misdemeanor b. 

February 26, 2018 - County Road 2450 is reopen for traffic.


February 25, 2018 - County Road 2450, the Smyrna Church road, in the Huxley area is closed for repairs. Commissioner Jimmy Lout, precinct 2, has a crew working to repair the roadway and hopes to have it fixed tomorrow, February 26th. Use caution when traveling roadway and be on the look out for washed out culverts and roadways. Rains are forecast to continue through Wednesday with sunshine for only three days before the rains return.

February 23, 2018 - Shelby County Sheriff Willis Blackwell reports the arrest of two suspects in connection to a string of car burglaries that occurred in multiple counties, including Shelby County, in early February. 

Kindrick DavisOn Feb. 16 the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) was notified that officers from the Nacogdoches County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) had recovered a camera from a pawn shop in Lufkin that was reported stolen from a vehicle burglary that occurred in Nacogdoches. The camera was pawned by Kendrick Davis, 23, of Lufkin.

Digital images recovered from the camera led officers to identify two additional suspects as Debriyonia Miller and Jamarcus Suell. NCSO officers went to the residence of Miller and Suell and recovered an amplifier and speaker that were stolen from Shelby County.

Jamarcus SuellSCSO Investigators interviewed Suell, Miller and Davis at the NCSO. Suell admitted to driving the vehicle used during the vehicle burglaries. Suell also admitted to knowingly being in possession of the stolen amplifier and speaker. Miller told investigators that the vehicle used in the burglaries belonged to her and that she allowed Suell use of the vehicle. Davis stated to investigators that he sold the camera for Suell.

Davis and Suell are currently being held at the NCSO on charges related to other vehicle burglaries.

Davis, Suell and Miller currently have active warrants out of Shelby County for Engaging Organized Criminal Activity (SJF).

The SCSO would like to thank the NCSO for their assistance with this case.

(Mug shot source: www.nac-sheriff.org)

February 23, 2018 - The Texas Transportation Commission on Thursday approved more than $263.6 million in statewide construction projects, with more than $2.2 million approved for the Lufkin District.

Angelina County was approved for a $164,664.83 project that will include the installation of a traffic signal on US 69 South at FM 326. Third Coast Services LLC, Magnolia, will serve as contractor for the project. The project funding is part of the Highway Safety Improvement Program and the Preventive Maintenance and Rehabilitation Program. No timeline for completion has been set.

A $294,820.39 construction project was approved that will include milling of edge line and center line rumble strips or profile edge line markings on various highways in Angelina, Houston, Nacogdoches, San Augustine and San Jacinto counties. Stripe-A-Zone, Inc., Grand Prairie, will serve as contractor for the project. Funding for the project is part of the Highway Safety Improvement Program. No timeline for completion has been set.

Shelby and San Augustine counties were approved for a $1.8 million construction project on SH 7 that includes resurfacing with a Permeable Friction Course designed to repel water and reduce road noise from the Attoyac Bayou to Mount Herman. Moore Brothers Construction Company, Lufkin, will serve as contractor. Funding for the project is part of the Preventive Maintenance and Rehabilitation Program. No timeline for completion has been set.

For more information, contact Rhonda.Oaks@txdot.gov or (936) 633-4395.

February 23, 2018 - A Shelby County Grand Jury handed down 45 indictments involving 33 individuals on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. The grand jury was impaneled for the January 2018 term of the 273rd Judicial District Court.

Two included indictments were for Charles Daniel Dearing, Jr. who is accused of murdering Brandi Wright and for possession of a large quantity of marijuana. 

Charles Daniel Dearing, Jr., was indicted for murder, first degree felony. The indictment alleges, on October 25, 2017, Dearing caused the death of Brandi Wright by shooting her in the forehead and chest with a pistol.

Charles Daniel Dearing, Jr., was indicted for possession of marijuana, second degree felony. The indictment alleges, on November 16, 2017, Dearing possessed a usable quantity of marijuana in an amount of 2,000 pounds or less, but more than 50 pounds.

Related article: Shelby County Man Charged with Murder, Possession of Marijuana

Kenisha Emica Smith was indicted for forgery, state jail felony. The indictment alleges, on December 28, 2016, Smith executed a writing so it purported to be the act of Doris Wennerbom, who did not authorize the act. Said writing was a check of the tenor following: check #1058 in the amount of $500, check #1046 in the amount of $500, check #1045 in the amount of $500, check #1059 in the amount of $500, check #1048 in the amount of $500, check #1061 in the amount of $650, check #1062 in the amount of $1,350, check #1052 in the amount of $1,500, check #1053 in the amount of $1,040, check #1054 in the amount of $1,250 and check #1051 in the amount of $450 all drawn on a Farmers State Bank account. All for a total amount of $8,740. 

Jacqueline Janell Flores was indicted for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, state jail felony. The indictment alleges, on December 26, 2016, Flores operated an automobile without the effective consent of Eliud Campos, the owner.

Demarcus Dewayne Brattchett was indicted for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, second degree felony. The indictment alleges, on January 25, 2017, Brattchett recklessly caused bodily injury to Timothy Byndom, by striking him in the head. The defendant did then and there use or exhibit a deadly weapon, a tire tool, during the commission of said assault.

Chad Douglas Pridgen was indicted for hindering apprehension or prosecution, third degree felony. The indictment alleges, on December 22, 2016, Pridgen with intent to hinder the arrest, prosecution, conviction, or punishment of Morgan Ann Magee for the offense(s) of aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery, and engaging in organized criminal activity. The indictment further alleges Pridgen did this by warning Magee of impending discovery or apprehension.

Randy Lynn Fountain was indicted for criminal mischief, state jail felony. The indictment alleges, on January 3, 2017, Fountain tampered with, a meter loop (electric meter device), without the effective consent of Deep East Texas Electric Cooperative (DETEC), the owner. The indictment further alleges Fountain caused pecuniary loss of $20,000 to DETEC, and Fountain diverted or caused to be diverted, in whole or in part, public power supply, by utilizing a Romex cable that had been tied to the electric line and the breaker box wherin it was joined in the junction terminals and used an extension cord from a trailer house to his residence.

Keisha Lynn Allred was indicted for theft, state jail felony. The indictment alleges, on December 9, 2016, Allred took car batteries valued at $100 but less than $750 from Teresa Hughes, the owner, without consent and with intent to deprive Hughes of the property. The indictment further presented Allred had previously been convicted on theft charges.

Little Boy Harrison was indicted for robbery, second degree felony. The indictment alleges, on January 13, 2017, Harrison while in the course of committing theft of property, and with intent to maintain control of said property, recklessly caused bodily injury to Johnny Pettigrew by striking him 3-4 times in the head and face with his fist and then dragging him outside by the arm.

Amanda Elise Lovell was indicted for forgery, third degree felony. The indictment alleges, on November 20, 2016, Lovell passed a writing that was made so it purported to be the act of the U.S. Treasury, who did not authorize the act. Said writing was a $100 bill marked as "motion picture use only," of the tenor following: US Currency $100 bill, and by doing so committed the act of forgery of a Government Instrument/Money/Securities.

Bobby Cornelius Porter was indicted for injury to a child, third degree felony. The indictment alleges, on December 28, 2016, Porter knowingly caused bodily injury to a child, 14 years or younger, by striking the child in the mouth with his hand. Porter was also indicted for assault family violence by occlusion, third degree felony. The indictment alleges, on the aforementioned date, Porter recklessly caused bodily ionjury to a child. A person whose relationship or association with Porter is described by Section 71.0021(b), 71.003, or 71.005 of the Texas Family Code and Porter intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly impeded the normal breathing or circulation of the blood of the child by applying pressure to the child's throat or neck by blocking the child's nose or mouth.

Rick Eugene Warren was indicted for burglary of a habitation, second degree felony. The indictment alleges, on January 23, 2017, Warren entered a habitation without the consent of Karla Stanfield, the owner. The indictment further alleges, Warren attempted to commit or committed theft of property: dishes owned by Stanfield. Warren was also indicted for burglay of a building, state jail felony. The indictment alleges, on January 23, 2017, Warren entered a building or a portion of a building without the effective consent of Stanfield, the owner. The indictment further alleges, Warren attempted to commit or committed theft of property, including, multiple boxes containing misc. items owned by Stanfield.

John Cody McDaniel was indicted for burglary of a building, state jail felony. The indictment alleges, on January 23, 2017, McDaniel entered a building or a portion of a building without the effective consent of Karla Stanfield, the owner. The indictment further alleges, McDaniel attempted to commit or committed theft of property, including, misc. dishes, from collector's set, blue metal box with several reels, black mesh pack with multiple knives with other misc. items, Sony digital camera (Mavica) Finepix camera, air compressor, tire, tire and rim, owned by Stanfield.

John Cody McDaniel was indicted for burglary of a habitation, second degree felony. The indictment alleges, on January 23, 2017, McDaniel entered a habitation without the effective consent of Karla Stanfield, the owner. The indictment further alleges, McDaniel attempted to commit or committed theft of property, including, misc. dishes, from collector's set, blue metal box with several reels, black mesh pack with multiple knives with other misc. items, Sony digital camera (Mavica) Finepix camera, air compressor, tire, tire and rim, owned by Stanfield.

Annette Marie Eaves was indicted for burglary of a building, state jail felony. The indictment alleges, on January 23, 2017, Eaves entered a building or a portion of a building without the effective consent of Karla Stanfield, the owner. The indictment further alleges, Eaves attempted to commit or committed theft of property, including, multiple boxes containing misc. items owned by Stanfield.

Annette Marie Eaves was indicted for burglary of a habitation, second degree felony. The indictment alleges, on January 23, 2017, Eaves entered a habitation without the consent of Karla Stanfield, the owner. The indictment further alleges, Eaves attempted to commit or committed theft of property: dishes owned by Stanfield. 

Kara Michelle Chambliss was indicted for burglary of a habitation, second degree felony. The indictment alleges, on January 23, 2017, Chambliss entered a habitation without the effective consent of Karla Stanfield, the owner. The indictment further alleges, Chambliss attempted to commit or committed theft of property, including, misc. dishes, from collector's set, blue metal box with several reels, black mesh pack with multiple knives with other misc. items, Sony digital camera (Mavica) Finepix camera, air compressor, tire, tire and rim, owned by Stanfield.

Kara Michelle Chambliss was indicted for burglary of a building, state jail felony. The indictment alleges, on January 23, 2017, Chambliss entered a building or a portion of a building without the effective consent of Karla Stanfield, the owner. The indictment further alleges, Chambliss attempted to commit or committed theft of property, including, misc. dishes, from collector's set, blue metal box with several reels, black mesh pack with multiple knives with other misc. items, Sony digital camera (Mavica) Finepix camera, air compressor, tire, tire and rim, owned by Stanfield.

Cynthia Denise Smith was indicted for forgery, state jail felony. The indictment alleges, on January 4, 2017, Smith passed a forged writing, knowing such writing to be forged and such writing had been so made, completed, or authenticated that it purported to be the act of the complainant, Bobby Hendricks, Sr., who did not authorize the act. The indictment further alleges, the writing was a check of the tenor, Prosperity Bank Checking account belonging to Melissa P. Tibbits or John W. Tibbits, check no 1706, paid to the order of Bobby Hendricks in the amount of $500.

Marvin Earl Biggar was indicted for evading arrest, third degree felony. The indictment alleges, on January 8, 2017, Biggar intentionally fled in a vehicle from Deputy Del Birdwell, a person the defendant knew was a peace officer who was attempting to lawfully arrest or detain Biggar. Biggar was also indicted for driving while intoxicated - 3rd or more, third degree felony. The indictment alleges, on January 7, 2017, Biggar operated a motor vehiclein a public place while intoxicated by not having the normal use of mental or physical faculties by reason of the introduction of alcohol into the body. The indictment further presented Biggar had two previous convictions for driving while intoxicated.

Marvin Earl Biggar was indicted for assault on a public servant, third degree felony. The indictment alleges, on January 8, 2017, Biggar recklessly caused bodily injury to Deputy Chris Benton by striking him in the chest and face, and the defendant did then and there know Benton was lawfully discharging an official duty, transporting Biggar back to Shelby County Jail.

Marvin Earl Biggar was indicted for forgery, third degree felony. The indictment alleges, on March 16, 2017, Biggar passed a writing that was made so it purported to be the act of the U.S. Government, who did not authorize the act. Said writing was a check of the tenor following, a $100 bill with "For motion picture use only," printed on the face of the bill.

Kristopher Buchanan was indicted for evading arrest, third degree felony. The indictment alleges, on January 19, 2017, Buchanan fled from Trooper Sean Smith, a person Buchanan knew was a peace officer attempting to lawfully arrest or detain Buchanan.

Jeremy Danzell Edwards was indicted for burglary of a building, state jail felony. The indictment alleges, on November 22, 2016, Edwards entered a building or a portion of a building without the effective consent of Yogesh Kumar Gorkhali, the owner. The indictment further alleges, Edwards attempted to commit, or committed theft of property, $113.79 in liquor owned by Gorkhali.

Vernon Dewayne Garrett was indicted for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, state jail felony. The indictment alleges, on December 15, 2016, Garrett operated an automobile without the effective consent of Vinita Newton, the owner.

Randal Lamar Rushing was indicted for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, state jail felony. The indictment alleges, on December 15, 2016, Rushing operated an automobile without the effective consent of Vinita Newton, the owner.

Randal Lamar Rushing was indicted for evading arrest, third degree felony. The indictment alleges, on December 15, 2016, Rushing fled from Center Police Officer Andrew Williams, a person Rushing knew was a peace officer, who was attempting to lawfully arrest or detain Rushing.

Jonathan Blake Lout was indicted for tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, third degree felony. The indictment alleges, on December 20, 2016, Lout knowing that an investigation was in progress regarding shots fired, intentionally or knowingly concealed evidence. The indictment further alleges, the evidence concealed was a 9mm model 709 handgun, with intent to impair its availability as evidence in the investigation.

Jonathan Blake Lout was indicted for unlawful possession of a firearm, third degree felony. The indictment alleges, on December 20, 2016, having been convicted of possession of a controlled substance on January 7, 2000, Lout possessed a firearm after the fifth anniversary of his release from supervision. 

Laderrick Dekeith McCollister, was indicted for criminal attempt tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, state jail felony. The indictment alleges, on January 21, 2017, McCollister knowing that an investigation was in progress during a traffic stop, intentionally or knowingly attempted to conceal cocaine. The indictment further alleges, this was done with intent to impair its availability as evidence in the investigation or in a subsequent official proceeding.

(Dates in parenthesis indicate the date of the alleged incident)

  • Felipe Lopez Mata, driving while intoxicated - 3rd or more, third degree felony (December 23, 2016).
  • Jessica Lee Barber, possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), state jail felony (January 21, 2017).
  • Joel Wayne Porter, driving while intoxicated - 3rd or more, third degree felony (February 18, 2016).
  • Sammy Bruce Samford, driving while intoxicated - 3rd or more, third degree felony (January 19, 2017).
  • Luis Rosas Sanchez, driving while intoxicated, third degree felony (May 24, 2015).
  • Larry Gene Barrett, Jr., possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), state jail felony (December 23, 2016).
  • Laderrick Dekeith McCollister, possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), state jail felony (January 21, 2017).
  • Jamison Rashard Swindle, possession of a controlled substance (phencyclidine), third degree felony (December 27, 2016).
  • Jessica Britney Hargrove, possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), state jail felony (December 2, 2016).
  • Ladonna Racquel Martin, possession of a controlled substance (MDMA/Ecstasy), state jail felony (January 26, 2017).
  • Takeisha Lathan, possession of a controlled substance (MDMA/Ecstasy), third degree felony (December 18, 2016).
  • Stephanie Danielle Nash, driving while intoxicated with child passenger, state jail felony (January 20, 2017).

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