Demopolis Police arrest reports for the period ending July 1

Published 11:51am Tuesday, July 1, 2014

The following are the arrest reports for the Demopolis Police Department for the period ending July 1:

Jamie D. Clayton, 31, was arrested Thursday, June 26 for third-degree criminal trespassing at Crossgates Apartments.

Steven J. Prisock, 33, was arrested Thursday, June 26 for reckless endangerment at DPD.

Jeremy W. Moore, 34, was arrested Thursday, June 26 for DUI and carrying brass knuckles/sling shot at River Road and Front Street.

John Gilbert, 28, was arrested Friday, June 27 for third-degree domestic violence at Crossgates Apartments.

Tavares S. Davis, 19, was arrested Friday, June 27 for contempt of court at Creekwood.

Thomas M. Hood, 21, was arrested Friday, June 27 for possession of a concealed weapon without a permit at Highway 80 East.

Michael D. Johnson, 34, was arrested Friday, June 27 for possession of marijuana with intent to sell or distribute at Second Avenue.

Shaquanta D. Ferguson, 31, was arrested Friday, June 27 for contempt of court-failure to appear at Crossgates Apartments.

Ivey L. Scott, 27, was arrested Saturday, June 28 for a warrant for third-degree domestic violence from the Hale County Sheriff’s Office at Hall’s Catfish.

Teresa A. Richardson, 50, was arrested Saturday, June 28 for third-degree theft of property at Walmart.

Jesus N. Reyes, 44, was arrested Sunday, June 29 for public intoxication at West Pettus Street and Main Avenue.

Porsche N. Timberlake, 24, was arrested Sunday, June 29 for disorderly conduct/disturbing the peace at Red Carpet Inn.

Mark M. Gamble, 29, was arrested Sunday, June 29 for failure to obey a police officer and pedestrian under the influence at Pettus Street.

Marva A. McKinley, 40, was arrested Monday, June 30 for first-degree theft of property at DPD.

Robert M. Edwards Jr., 25, was arrested Monday, June 30 for contempt of/interrupting court proceeding at Highway 80 West.

Christopher Banks, 28, was arrested Tuesday, July 1 for contempt of/interrupting court proceeding at Parr’s Chevron.

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