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Crime reports: Friday, March 20, 2020

Natchez Police Department

No arrests

Reports — Thursday

False alarm on U.S. 61 North.

Suspicious activity on Liberty Road.

Suspicious activity on John R. Junkin Drive.

Reports — Wednesday

False alarm on John R. Junkin Drive.

Shots fired on Old Washington Road.

Theft on D’Evereux Drive.

Breaking and entering on Lewis Drive.

Theft on Canal Street.

Animal cruelty on Old Washington Road.

Dog problem on Brightwood Avenue.

Disturbance on B. Dumas Drive.

Theft on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Dog problem on Mount Carmel Drive.

Abandoned vehicle on Rembert Street.

Unwanted subject on Lewis Drive.

Welfare check on U.S. 61 South.

Reckless driving on U.S. 61 North.

Welfare check on Morgantown Road.

False alarm on South Union Street.

Civil matter on Margaret Avenue.

Dog problem on Madison Street.

Hit and run on D’Evereux Drive.

Malicious mischief on George F. West Boulevard.

Shots fired on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Shots fired on Old Washington Road.

Suspicious activity on Margaret Avenue.

Aggravated assault on Kennedy Drive.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Wednesday

Issac Jovon Hill, 17, 81 Redloop Road, for indictment on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon/two counts. No bond set.

Christina Jean Mirra, 35, 73 Lake Montrose Road, sentenced for accessory after the fact.

Joseph Ayres Scott, 18, 315 Audubon Acres, on a charge of burglary of an inhabited dwelling. No bond set.

Jamien Rickell Washington, 21, 4551 U.S. 24 East, for indictment on first-degree murder, aggravated assault and drive-by shooting. No bond set.

Sabrina Woods, 22, 328 Old U.S. 84, on a warrant for burglary of an inhabited dwelling. Bond set at $10,000.

Reports — Wednesday

Warrant on State Street.

Disturbance on Front Street.

Accident on U.S. 61 North.

Malicious mischief on Myrtle Drive.

Alarm on Liberty Road.

Unwanted subject on North Palestine Road.

Civil matter on Brookfield Drive.

Harassment on Hillcrest Drive.

Shots fired on Martin Luther King Jr. Road.

Traffic stop on Morgantown Road.

Suspicious activity on Martin Luther King Jr. Road.

Shots fired on White Oak Drive.

Traffic stop on Martin Luther King Jr. Road.

Accident on Church Hill Road.

Simple assault on Ingram Circle.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Thursday

Justin T. Marcum, 21, 2599 Seale Road, Roxie, on a charge of driving while intoxicated/first offense, driving left of center and driving under suspension. Bond set at $2,888.

Reports — Thursday

Suspicious activity on Roundtree Road.

Alarms on Louisiana 568.

Reports — Wednesday

Automobile accident on Louisiana 3180.

Medical call on Greathouse Street.

Complaint on Eagle Road.

Disturbance on Willow Street.

Fire on U.S. 84.

Loose horses on Fisherman Drive.

Complaint on Palm Street.

Accident on U.S. 65.

Complaint on O’Neal Street.

Unwanted person on Louisiana 129.

Medical call on Weecama Drive.

Welfare check on Levens Addition Road.

Unwanted person on Louisiana 129.

Complaint on U.S. 84.

Missing person on Carter Street.

Fire on Fifth Street.

Reports — Tuesday

Alarms on Margaret Circle.

Complaint on Louisiana 129.

Vidalia Police Department

No arrests

Reports — Wednesday

Accident on Louisiana 3180.

Miscellaneous call on Locust Street.

Medical emergency on Walnut Street.

Disturbance on Willow Street.

Vandalism on Stampley Street.

Traffic stop on Carter Street.

Ferriday Police Department

No arrests

Natchez Fire Department

No calls.

Vidalia Fire Department

No calls.

Ferriday Fire Department

No calls.

Concordia Fire District No. 2



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