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Crime reports: Thursday, May 14, 2020

Natchez Police Department

Arrests — Wednesday

Barrington Ashley, 50, 1417 Watkins St., on charges of four counts shoplifting. No bond set.

Arrests — Monday

Dustin Codie Owens, 31, 103 Kennedy Dr., on a charge of contempt of court by failure to appear/two counts. Bond set at $1,697.50.

Reports — Wednesday

Civil matter on Old Washington Road.

Shoplifting on East Franklin Street.

False alarm Mansfield Drive.

Suspicious activity on Creek Street.

Stolen vehicle on Cemetery Road.

Alarm on John R. Junkin Drive.

Petit larceny on Live Oak Drive.

Traffic stop on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Reports — Tuesday

Suspicious activity on Lower Woodville Road.

False alarm on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Loud noise on Martin Luther King Jr. Street.

Traffic stop on Liberty Road.

Disturbance on Maple Street.

Traffic stop on Old Washington Road.

Traffic stop on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

False alarm on Briarwood Road.

Traffic stop on John R. Junkin Drive.

Traffic stop on Duncan Park Road.

Traffic stop on Highland Boulevard.

Dog problem on Spring Street.

Dog problem on Minor Street.

Traffic stop on South Circle Drive.

Disturbance on Rankin Street.

Traffic stop on Madison Street.

Dog problem on Martin Luther King Jr. Street.

Disturbance on Mount Carmel Drive.

Traffic stop on Pilgrim Boulevard.

Accident on Liberty Road.

Petit larceny on U.S. 61 North.

Disturbance on Abbott Street.

Domestic disturbance on South Circle Drive.

Dog problem on Ouachita Street.

Harassment on D’Evereux Drive.

Hit and run on Lumber Street.

Dog problem on Miller Avenue.

Sexual assault on Jefferson Davis Boulevard.

Traffic stop on Broadway Street.

Traffic stop on State Street.

Traffic stop on Canal Street.

Unwanted subject on U.S. 61 North.

Theft on Pecanway Drive.

Shots fired on Liberty Road.

False alarm on South Bluebird Drive.

False alarm on U.S. 61 South.

Disturbance on D’Evereux Drive.

Juvenile problem on West Stiers Lane.

Juvenile problem on Alabama Street.

Shoplifting on Seargent Prentiss Drive.

Intoxicated driver on Florida Drive.

Welfare check on Highland Boulevard.

Shoplifting on Pilgrim Boulevard.

Simple assault on D’Evereux Drive.

Accident on Canal Street.

Disturbance on Dumas Drive.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office

Arrests — Wednesday

Frederick Lance Galler, 47, 101 Duke St., on a charge of driving under the influence. No bond set.

Arrests — Tuesday

Takarri Thomora Wallace, 43, Barth St., on a charge of unlawful possession of a controlled substance. Bond set at $10,000.

Reports — Wednesday

Assisting motorist on U.S. 61 North.

Traffic stop on Prince Street.

Reports — Tuesday

Animal cruelty on Knotts Road.

Civil matter on Sandpipper Road.

Alarm on Bluff Hill Place.

Welfare check on Broadmoor Drive.

Reckless driving on Springfield Road.

Missing person on Morgantown Road.

Traffic stop on Government Fleet Road.

Traffic stop on Montebello Drive.

Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office

No arrests

Reports unavailable

Vidalia Police Department

No arrests

Reports — Wednesday

Fight on Palm Street.

Reports — Tuesday

Accident on Carter Street.

Ferriday Police Department

Reports unavailable

Natchez Fire Department


Vidalia Fire Department


Ferriday Fire Department


Concordia Fire District No. 2



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