Police Blotter Nov. 23, 2004
The following arrests were made by the Greene County Sheriff’s Office:
Barbara Johnson, 25, of Greensboro was arrested Nov. 15 and charged with negotiating a worthless negotiable instrument. She was released on a $600 bond.
Frederick Rice, 41, of Eutaw was arrested Nov. 18 and charged with two counts of second-degree receiving stolen property. He was released on an $8,000 bond. The arrest the result of the investigation into a July burglary during which $150 in gold coins and 100 $.50 coins were taken from Edward Gregory.
Trent Jones, 40, of Boligee was arrested Nov. 16 and charged with domestic assault. He was released Nov. 18 on a $500 bond. The arrest was the result of an Oct. 23 case involving Belinda Harris. Jones was also charged with failure to appear on assault charges.
Kijuan Ball, 18, of Boligee was arrested Nov. 16 and charged with second-degree burglary in connection with a case involving Shandra Ball, who reported that someone had taken her PlayStation and 10 tapes. He is still in jail and will go before the judge today for a bond hearing.
Roderick Thompson, 37, of Eutaw was released Nov. 19 on a $3,000 bond on charges of burglary.
Demetrius Smith, 26, of Eutaw was released Nov. 18 on a $5,000 bond on charges of second-degree robbery.
Ladradeiun Simmons, 18 of Eutaw was released Nov. 19 on a $10,000 bond on charges of second-degree kidnapping.
Clifton Gilmore, 25, of Eutaw was released Nov. 19 on a $4,000 bond on charges of second-degree assault and a $10,000 bond on charges of second-degree kidnapping.
Samuel Tyrie, 45, of Eutaw was released Nov. 15 on a $1,000 bond on charges of possession of marijuana and $300 on charges of public intoxication.
Veronica Ravizee, 24, of Forkland was released Nov. 15 on a $500 bond on charges of possession of marijuana.
Douglas M. Howe, 52, was released Nov. 21 on a $200 bond on charges of operating a boat without a license, $200 bond on charges of no kill switch on the boat and $1,000 bond on charges of DUI.
Edward Dixon, 36, of Albertville was released Nov. 21 on a $200 bond on charges of operating a boat without a life jacket and $200 bond on charges of overloaded boat.
John Cloer, 59, of Bryson City, N.C., was released Nov. 21 on a $400 bond on charges of hunting without a permit.
Earl Lowe, 27, of Bryson City, N.C., was released Nov. 21 on a $400 bond on charges of hunting without a permit.
Darryl Blacke, 19, of Forkland was released Nov. 17 on a $500 bond on charges of minor in possession of alcohol and failure to appear on third-degree assault charges.
The following incident/offense reports were recorded:
Michael Blankenship of Dora reported theft of property after a 5 feet by 8 feet utility trailer was taken. He had left the trailer parked on County Road 191 when he went in the woods to do some work. He came back to find it gone.
Charles Shearer of Forkland reported criminal mischief after he drove into his yard and found that someone had put nails there, resulting in four flat tires. No suspects have been identified.
DeLois Amerson of Boligee reported burglary and criminal mischief after she returned home to find a 26-inch TV, PlayStation II, two pair of sneakers, a 20-gauge shotgun and a BB gun taken. There was also $250 worth of damage done to the door. No suspects have been identified.
Johnny Archibald, owner of Johnnys Lounge in Boligee reported burglary of several alcoholic beverages.
Dr. Warren Burke of Eutaw reported theft of property and criminal mischief after someone broke into his coin machines at the laundromat and took approximately $100 and did $350 damage to the machine. Suspects have been identified, but no arrests have been made.
Alonzo Noland of Eutaw reported an assault where he states he was pulling out from a club in Union when the suspect reached in the car and hit him. No warrant has been issued.
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