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November 30, 2018

MS. Man Arrested for Cutting Cousin During Altercation

A Mississippi man was arrested Thursday (November 29, 2018) after he cut his cousin with a knife while the two were passengers in a vehicle that was travelling in the Covington area.

The driver of the vehicle called 911 shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday to report one of her passengers was injured during an altercation that occurred inside her vehicle while she was merging onto I-12 from U.S. Highway 190. The victim, a 33-year-old Pass Christian, Mississippi man, was transported via ambulance to a nearby hospital, where he was treated for a laceration on his neck.

The victim told deputies that his cousin, Adam Lopez (34) and also from Pass Christian, reached around with what appeared to be a kitchen knife and cut the victim’s neck. A physical altercation ensued, and the driver pulled to the shoulder of the road, and removed Lopez from the vehicle before calling 911.

Deputies located Lopez walking on a nearby roadway. He was taken into custody and booked in to the St. Tammany Parish Jail on one count of Aggravated Second-degree Battery.

A search of the vehicle resulted in the recovery of the knife believed to be used in the incident.

Obituary

Patricia "Mrs. Pat" Thompson
January 16, 1948 - November 29, 2018

Obituary

Paris Lemoine Gatlin
May 13, 1988 - November 19, 2018

Obituary

Monique LaSha Nunn
July 12, 1992 - November 21, 2018

Obituary

Raymond Leo Magee
July 13, 2001 - November 21, 2018

Obituary

Ricky Earl Caves, Jr.
September 14, 2018 - November 25, 2018

Today in History for November 30th

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November 29, 2018

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Randy Smith: “We Cleaned Up Quite a Mess”

In the aftermath of two former St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s deputies being charged federally (click here to read the U.S. Attorney press release), St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Randy Smith made known his ill-feelings toward practices in the department that he ended.

Said Smith, “We cleaned up quite a mess. St. Tammany taxpayers were taken advantage of to fund cozy relationships that were not in the best interest of the parish or crime fighting.” Smith acknowledged that he and top officials under his command assisted both the FBI and the Department of Justice as they followed a trail of payouts and perks that led to federal charges against former Major Clifford "Skip" Keen and former Captain David Hanson, Sr.

Smith continued, “These federal charges further validate my decision to close the work-release facility and terminate both Mr. Hanson and Mr. Keen’s employment upon becoming Sheriff. There is zero-tolerance by this administration for fraud and corruption. The public puts its collective confidence in us to uphold law and order, and to me that means that no one is above the law. The investigation into the past practices of the former administration is far from over.  We will continue to assist federal authorities throughout the process to ensure that justice is served.”

Smith, upon taking office, removed control of the office’s work-release facility from St. Tammany Workforce Solutions, LLC, and brought the management of the facility back under his department’s control. The Sheriff continued his internal probe into the work-release program and facility developed by Strain, and eventually determined that neither the program nor the facility should continue. That resulted in dismissal of several other deputies. Said Smith, “This was one of the steps we took toward ending a ‘good ’ole boy network’ that wasn’t serving our parish or its people.”

Bogalusa City Jail Bookings

Taylor Levi was booked 11/27 on the charge of Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Jessica L. Creel was booked 11/27 on the charge of Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Elsie M. Armond was booked 11/27 on the charges of Entry or Remaining after being Forbidden, Possession of Legend Drugs and Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Reginald B. Anders was booked 11/27 on the charge of Battery of a Dating Partner
Russell W. Daugherty was booked 11/28 on the charge of Simple Battery

An Open Letter to The Wall Volunteers


Just a couple of weeks ago our community was privileged to host The Wall that Heals at the Fairgrounds in Franklinton. This event was a first for our area and new ground for those of us on the Host Committee. We knew at the onset it would take sufficient donations to pay for the cost of bringing The Wall here and sufficient volunteers to welcome visitors during that time.

Now that the event is over, we can say that those needs were more than met. The challenge now is to let everyone know how much that help is appreciated. Simply put -

Thank you to the people of Washington Parish and surrounding parishes for stepping up to volunteer, for donating to the effort and for meeting absolutely every need that came up. Thank you for lining the streets as The Wall arrived in town, it was a beautiful welcome.

Thanks to churches for providing meals to our set up and take down crews.
Thank you members of JROTC units and all student groups, JAG and American Heritage Girls for being examples of the next generation’s respect of our veterans.
Thank you to Incarcerated Veterans from Angola and Rayburn for setting up and taking down The Wall with such respect.
Thank you to American Legions and VFWs for spreading the word and being so helpful and supportive in every way.
Thanks to teachers for setting up field trips for students.
Thank you to officers of all military branches for laying the wreaths and pinning our veterans.
Thank you to the elected officials, special guests and active duty military for reading the Louisiana names from The Wall on Saturday night.
Thanks to musicians for sharing their talent of voice, violin, bagpipe or bugle.
Thanks to the pilot and crew for flying the B52 at the opening.
Thanks to law enforcement and fire departments for their assistance throughout the visit and during the escort into town.
Thanks to WST employees for providing power to The Wall and for bucket trucks when needed.
Thank you to the photographers who preserved images for future generations to see.
Thank you, Pearl River Recreation District, for a beautiful start on Tuesday morning for the arrival of The Wall and start of the escort.
Thanks to the Washington Parish Fair Association for use of the fairgrounds and help throughout every question.
Thank you to citizens who loaned plants, golf carts, heaters, tents, and flags.
Thanks to the Louisiana National Guard for their presence.
Thanks to Louisiana Veterans Affairs for being available to our veterans during the visit. Thanks to all for buying t shirts and wearing them proudly.
Thanks to businesses for printing handouts and preparing food.
Thanks to each volunteer for making visitors feel welcome and each of you for giving the veterans a Welcome Home.

Thank you, veterans, for sharing your stories and history with us as we stood at The Wall, we won’t forget. Thank you for making this visit a memory for all - from youngsters to our oldest veterans.

What an honor this experience has been and such an example of what we are capable of when we work together.

Thank you for the privilege of seeing this effort become a reality.

Bring The Wall to our Veterans Committee
Beth Mizell, Chairman
Lynette Sharp, Co-Chairman
Phillipp Bedwell
Lisa Holliday
Marianne Huval
Tammy Magruder
Joannie Miller
Joey Roberts

Tickfaw: Deceased Newborn Found in a Garbage Truck

Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff Daniel Edwards reports that the Criminal Investigations Unit is
investigating the discovery of a deceased newborn infant that was located late Wednesday morning (November 28, 2018) in Tickfaw. 
The newborn was discovered in the back of a waste management truck around 11:30 a.m..   An unnamed waste management worker located the newborn as he was performing his regular job duties. 

The Tangipahoa Parish Coroner's Office pronounced the infant dead at the scene.
At this time, TPSO Juvenile Detectives are actively working to determine the circumstances surrounding the infant's discovery and tragic disposal. 

Anyone having information regarding this incident is asked to please contact Crime Stoppers at 800.554.5245.

Washington Parish Jail Bookings November 27-28, 2018

Quentin Crumedy was booked 11/27 on the charges of Improper Turn/Accident, Ran Stop Sign, Driving Under Suspension, Possession of CDS With Weapon Present, Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule II Drugs, Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule 1 Drugs, Possession of Schedule 1 Drugs (Ecstasy/Molly/MDMA), and Failure to Appear
Angelle Lacroix was booked 11/28 on the charges of Failure to Appear (4 counts) and Contempt of Court
Dequantus Conerly was booked 11/28 on the charges of Hit and Run, No Drivers License, and Improper Lane Usage

Today in History for November 29th

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November 28, 2018

2-year-old Found Abandoned in Slidell

Nathaniel Burnette (42), the father of a 2-year-old child who was found abandoned and wandering in
traffic near a local Slidell motel, is in jail and is facing serious charges.

Slidell Police responded around 8:00 p.m. Tuesday night (November 27, 2018) to Days Inn after receiving reports of a 2-year-old child wandering in the roadway with no pants or shoes. A good citizen took the child into the lobby of Days Inn, and the search began for the parent.

Slidell Police officers located Burnette after about 45 minutes, passed out in one of the motel rooms. Burnette, of Pearl River, was found in possession of crack cocaine and reportedly admitted that he had been selling both cocaine and marijuana out of his motel room.

Burnette was charged with Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Distribute, Child Desertion, Transactions Involving Proceeds from Controlled Dangerous Substance Transactions, Cruelty to Juveniles, Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of Marijuana.

The child, who was unharmed, was turned over to responsible family member. The case will be turned over to the Department of Children and Family Services.

Obituary

Robert Wayne Varnado, Jr.
October 06, 1955 - November 26, 2018

Today in History for November 28th

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November 27, 2018

“Mt. Hermon Shooters” Crimes Not Considered Crimes of Violence

As reported yesterday (November 26, 2018), Dakota Tetreau, Bailey Koon and Desmond Warren (aka
the Mt. Hermon shooters), were sentenced by Judge Alan Zaunbrecher.  Each received the same sentence. The overall sentence for each translates into ten years with five suspended. Each will receive credit for time already served in the Washington Parish Jail and will serve a three year period of probation after completing their respective prison sentences.

In addition to the sentence, each defendant was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $11,491.04, as well as fine in the amount of $1,000 plus court cost. Dakota Tetreau was ordered to pay a one time fee of $200 to the Public Defender.

Interestingly, as part of the negotiated plea agreement between the District Attorney and the defendants and, as reflected in the sentencing minutes, their crimes would not be considered crimes of violence.

Each defendant has been transferred to a Department of Corrections facility.

Sheriff Randy Seal commented, "The sentencing should bring some closure to the Mt. Hermon community, and particularly the families that were directly affected by the actions of these three young men. Their behavior, fueled by very poor choices, will have a lasting impact on their lives as well as the lives of all who were traumatized by the shootings. I am pleased that our officers were able to solve this difficult case."

Click here for background on this story




Obituary

Shane John Odom
September 23, 1978 - November 26, 2018

Obituary

Thalia O'Bryant Necaise
June 01, 1940 - November 26, 2018

Bogalusa City Jail Bookings November 24-27, 2018

Nathaniel G. Remington was booked 11/24 on the charge of Failure to appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Shequeria K. Jackson was booked 11/25 on the charges of Proper Equipment Required on a Vehicle, No Motor Vehicle Inspection, No Insurance, Failure to Secure Registration, Drivers License must be on Person, Possession of marijuana, Resisting an Officer and Possession of Cocaine
Keyonna R. Knox was booked 11/25 on the charges of Resisting an Officer, Battery-Domestic Abuse, Criminal Mischief, Defamation and Fugitive from an Outside Agency
Bradley L. Moses was booked 11/25 on the charges of Battery-Domestic Abuse
Darrin J. Kennedy was booked 11/26 on the charges of Theft, 2nd Offense Possession of Marijuana and Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Quentin Q. Crumedy was booked 11/26 on the charges of Turning Signal Required, Stop Sign-Must Stop, Driving While License is Suspended, Illegal Carrying of a Weapon while in Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance, Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule II Narcotics, Possession With Intent to Distribute Marijuana and Possession of Ecstasy
Timothy J. Williams was booked 11/26 on the charges of Disturbing the Peace by Intoxication and Criminal Mischief
Thomas E. Sapp was booked 11/26 on a bond surrender
Leslie D. Lambert was booked 11/27 to serve a sentence from the Bogalusa City Court
Ebony S. Fortenberry was booked 11/27 to serve a sentence from the Bogalusa City court

Narcotics, Guns, & Cash Found in Slidell-Area Home

Glen Morgan (35) and Amber Johnson (29) were arrested last month on a long list of charges after narcotics, firearms, and cash were found at their home on Shockley Drive in the Slidell area. Detectives assigned to the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Task Force executed a search warrant as part of an ongoing investigation.


Detectives discovered a wide array of illegal narcotics, including 19 grams of suspected heroin, approximately 37 grams of suspected methamphetamine, approximately 40 grams of suspected marijuana, hundreds of various prescriptions medications, assorted drug paraphernalia (including scales, smoking devices, syringes and packaging materials), eight firearms, $24,466 of suspected drug proceeds and stolen property.

A juvenile was present at the time the search warrant was executed. The child was released in to the custody of the Department of Children and Family Services.

The STPSO Narcotics Task Force is comprised of detectives from the STPSO and Mandeville Police Department.

Bogalusa 17-Year-Old Murder Suspect Turns Himself In

On Wednesday night (November 21, 2018) the Bogalusa Police Department received a call about a
shooting at the Power Food convenience store on Sullivan Drive. Responding officers found a 17-year-old deceased male with a gunshot wound in the front passenger seat of a vehicle. The BPD Detective Division was called out to investigate the incident.

After investigating the incident and talking to witnesses, the BPD Detective Division determined that the shooter was Broderick D. Chatmon, Jr (17) of Bogalusa. Chatmon was a back seat passenger in the vehicle with the victim at the time of the shooting. An arrest warrant was issued for Chatmon.

On Friday (November 23, 2018), Chatmon turned himself in at the Bogalusa Police Department, he was arrested on the warrant and booked on the charges of Second Degree Murder and Illegal Carrying of a Weapon.

Washington Parish Jail Bookings November 26, 2018

Luis Gonzales was booked 11/26 on the charges of Criminal Damage to Property Under 500 and Criminal Trespass
Lucian Meyers was booked 11/26 on the charges of Failure to Appear (3 counts)
Keyonna Knox was booked 11/26 on the charges of Failure to Appear (2 counts)
Bradley Moses was booked 11/26 on the charges of Domestic Abuse Battery and Convicted Felon in Possession of Firearm
Shequeria Jackson was booked 11/26 on the charges of Proper Equipment Required on Vehicles, No MVI, No Proof of Insurance, No Proof/Must Carry Registration, Drivers License Not on Person, Possession of Marijuana, Resisting an Officer, and Possession of Schedule II Drugs
Broderick Chatmon was booked 11/26 on the charges of Second Degree Murder and Carrying a Concealed Weapon
Desmond Warren was booked 11/26 In From Court

Today in History for November 27th

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November 26, 2018

Mt. Hermon Shooters Sentenced Today

This afternoon the Washington Parish Sheriff's Office advised that the Mt. Hermon shooters—Dakota Gage Tetreau, Bailey Joseph Koon and Desmond Harold Warren were sentenced today by Judge Zaunbrecher.


The final sentencing report should be available from the DA’s office tomorrow. Basically, though, each received ten years with five suspended and credit for time served.

Each young man was transferred this afternoon to a Department of Corrections facility.

For background on this story, click here.

Bogalusa City Jail Bookings November 21-23, 2018

Lucian Meyers was booked 11/21 on the charges of Theft and Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Jose C. Valtierra  was booked 11/23 on the charges of Careless Operation, Driver Must be Licensed and No Insurance
William T. Morris was booked 11/23 on the charge of Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Broderick D. Chatmon was booked 11/23 on the charges of Second Degree Murder and Illegal Possession of a Firearm
Neko C. Holmes was booked 11/23 on the charge of Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Michael D. Lewis was booked 11/23 on the charges of 2 counts of Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)

A "Pic with St. Nic" at Riverside Medical Dec. 13th


Mile Branch Pioneer Christmas is Also This Weekend


Varnado Store Museum's Christmas Festival is Sat. & Sun.


Obituary

Dorothy Lorraine Diddon
July 10, 1951 - November 25, 2018

Obituary

Delores Elaine James
December 06, 1945 - November 23, 2018

Washington Parish Trio Arrested for Violent Crimes

Three Washington Parish residents were charged November 17, 2018 with attempted robbery with a gun and aggravated assault. Bonds of $150,000 are set for each of the suspects. Those arrested are Jeramie Stephen Young (27), a resident of Cutrer Lane in Bogalusa, Diane Tramontana (21), a resident of Pigott’s Crossing north of Bogalusa, and Waymon Eric Singley (34), also a resident of Pigott’s Crossing.


On November 16 a resident on Hwy. 1075 answered a knock on his door and encountered Diane Tramontana who asked him to step outside and talk. He did and encountered Jeramie Young who was wearing a mask. As the resident attempted to use his cell phone, Young struck him in the head with a shotgun. Both Young and Tramontana ran a short distance before getting into a pickup truck being driven by Waymon Singley.

Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office patrol Sergeant David Cupp responded and learned that the resident had recognized Young’s voice during the encounter. Sgt. Cupp, Deputy Brad Williams and Detective Captain Tom Anderson went to the last known address for Young. There they found Young and Tramontana. A truck matching the description of the getaway vehicle was in the driveway and the hood was warm to the touch. Young and Tramontana were arrested. It was learned that Singley, who had left on foot, was the getaway driver. He was located at another location and taken into custody. The weapon used in the attempted robbery was located underneath the residence and was wrapped in a black sweat shirt. The shotgun was a realistic looking replica of a 12 gauge shotgun.

Sheriff Randy Seal praised the officers who made the arrests. “A quick response to the scene of the attempted robbery and to the residence of the suspects solved this case quickly. Our officers did an outstanding job in wrapping this one up within a matter of hours. I thank them for their good work. The three who were arrested are now where they belong. That is why we have a jail, to provide safekeeping for those persons who pose a threat to the honest residents of our parish.”

Washington Parish Jail Bookings November 23-25, 2018

Jeffery Hampton was booked 11/23 on the charges of Driving Under Suspension, Obstructing Public Passage(s), Possession of Marijuana, Sale Distribution or Possession of Legend Drugs Without Prescription or Order, and Illegal Use of CDS in Presence of Person Under 17 YOA
Steve Marshall was booked 11/23 In From Court
Crenarta Baker was booked 11/24 on the charges of Attempted Theft by Shoplifting and Failure to Honor Written Promise
Thomas Bennett was booked 11/24 on the charges of Fugitive Other Jurisdiction, Contempt of Court, and Failure to Appear (2 counts)
Christopher Warren was booked 11/25 on the charge of Fugitive Other Jurisdiction

Today in History for November 26th

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November 25, 2018

Today in History for November 25th

Obituary

Hannah S. Schwartz
December 26, 1917 - November 23, 2018

Obituary

Albert William Crawford, Sr.
December 8, 1940 - November 21, 2018

Washington Republican Parish Executive Committee Endorsements























For more information about Kyle Ardoin, click here.

For more information about Thomas R. "Rusty" Fornea, click here.

For more information about Shelby C. Temples, click here.

2018 Field of Dreams Dinner & Auction is Friday, November 30

The Field of Dreams Dinner and Auction, benefiting the Franklinton High School baseball and softball programs, is Friday, November 30, 2018 at the 1010 Club located at 1010 Bene Street in Franklinton, Louisiana.


There will be appetizers and a silent auction starting at 5:30 PM followed by dinner and a live auction. The event guarantees good food and an opportunity to get great Christmas gifts for family, friends, and yourself. ALL FOR A GOOD CAUSE.

Tickets for couples are $75 and for singles are $50, available from FHS softball and baseball players and parents or you can text Kim Tynes at (985) 5115-1797.

November 22, 2018

Sun Resident Killed in Washington Parish Crash

Early this morning (November 22, 2018), shortly after midnight, Louisiana State Police Troop L investigated a single vehicle fatal crash on LA 430 at milepost 8.2 that claimed the life of 26 year-old Monique Nunn of Sun, LA.

Troopers determined that lost control of her vehicle in a right curve, ran off the road and struck a tree. Nunn was pronounced dead on the scene. Nunn was wearing a seat belt and impairment is unknown, pending a toxicology test. The crash remains under investigation.

Washington Parish Jail Bookings November 21, 2018

Demontrey Mingo was booked 11/21 on the charges of Ran Stop Sign (6 counts), Failure to Use Turn Signal (3 counts), No Turn Signals (3 counts), Improper Passing or Backing (2 counts), Following Too Close Wit or Without Accident, No Seat Belt, Hit and Run (6 counts), Reckless Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Aggravated Flight From an Officer, Attempted 1st Degree Murder, Aggravated Obstruction of Commerce/Roadway, Possession of Marijuana (3rd Offense), and Failure to Appear
Shanita Weary was booked 11/21 on the charge of Material Witness
Roy Tarver was booked 11/21 on the charges of Failure to Comply With Sex Offender Requirements

Today in History for November 22nd

November 21, 2018

Washington Parish Jail Bookings November 19-20, 2018

Margaret Blanton was booked 11/19 on the charge of Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle
Waymon Singley was booked 11/19 on the charges of Attempted Armed Robbery and Aggravated Battery
Deztraney Warren was booked 11/19 on the charges of Possession of Marijuana (2nd Offense), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Contempt of Court
Ryan Mizell was booked 11/20 In For Court
Kacey Lanier was booked 11/20 In For Court
Stephan Pigott was booked 11/20 on the charges of Failure to Use Turn Signal, Proper Equipment Required, Possession of a Stolen Firearm, Possession of CDS With Weapon Present, and Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule II Drugs (3 counts)
Laketicia Thomas was booked 11/20 on the charge of Fugitive Other Jurisdiction
Michael Weaver was booked 11/20 on the charges of Possession of Schedule II Drugs and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

November 20, 2018

Bogalusa's Christmas in the Park to Feature Live Nativity

Bring family and friends to celebrate the reason for the season as part of the 25th Anniversary of Christmas in the Park in Bogalusa, Louisiana. Christmas in the Park will be celebrating the birth of Jesus during the Christmas season with a live nativity. Churches and dates are as follows:

December 07 - Ben’s Ford Baptist Church

December 19 - Monroe Street Baptist Church

December 20 - Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church & Choir

December 21 - Ben’s Ford Baptist Church

Obituary

Maxine Spencer Jordan
November 28, 1921 - November 20, 2018

Obituary

Melda Lee Foil
May 23, 1927 - November 19, 2018

Obituary

Aiden Alexander Provost
November 18, 2018 - November 18, 2018

Obituary

Juanita Varnado
August 13, 1940 - November 19, 2018

Bogalusa City Jail Bookings November 16-19, 2018

Qa'Tarrel M. Walker was booked 11/16 on the charges Resisting an Officer, Illegal Carrying of a Weapon, Possession or Carrying a Weapon by a Convicted Felon, Illegal Carrying a Weapon while in Possession of a
controlled Dangerous Substance, Possession With Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine, Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule III Narcotics and Possession With Intent to Distribute Heroin
Walter A. fox, Jr. was booked 11/16 on the charges of Criminal Mischief, Illegal Carrying of a Weapon and Possession of a Stolen firearm
Antonio L. Morris was booked 11/16 on the charge of Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Christy L. Hydle was booked 11/16 on the charge of Disturbing the Peace by Loud and Abusive Language
Kenneth W. Watts was booked 11/16 on the charge of Disturbing the Peace by Loud and Abusive Language
Reginald B. Anders was booked 11/16 on the charge of Entry or Remaining after being Forbidden
Edward Lewis was booked 11/17 on the charges of Possession of Heroin, Possession of Cocaine and Possession of Schedule I (Ecstasy)
Jesse O. Culbreath was booked 11/17 on the charge of Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Amanda S. Crosby was booked 11/17 on the charges of Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of heroin, Possession of Drug paraphernalia and Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Christopher P. Smith was booked 11/18 on the charges of 2nd Offense Possession of Marijuana, Headlamp Restrictions, Driving while License is Suspended and Resisting an Officer
Stacey B. Miller was booked 11/18 on the charges of 2 counts of Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Stephan P. Pigott was booked 11/19 on the charges of Turn Signal Required, Brake lamp Required,  Possession of a Stolen Firearm, Illegal Carrying of a Weapon while in Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and 3 counts of Possession with Intent to Distribute Schedule II Narcotics
Ronni L. Todd was booked 11/19 on the charge of Illegal Possession of Stolen Things
Truiet L. Hyde was booked 11/19 on the charges of Reckless Operation and Driving while License is Suspended
Laketicia B. Thomas was booked 11/19 on the charges of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and a Fugitive from an Outside Agency (State of California)
Alex Thomas was booked 11/19 on the charge of Battery-Domestic Abuse
Michael L. Weaver was booked 11/19 on the charges of Possession of Methamphetamine and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Today in History for November 20th

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November 19, 2018

Obituary

Estus Thomas, Jr.
June 09, 1932 - November 19, 2018

Obituary

Cristal Camacho
December 13, 1998 - November 13, 2018

Obituary

Ben Jones
January 6, 1942 - November 17, 2018

Washington Parish Jail Bookings November 18, 2018

Michael Liuzza was booked 11/18 on the charges of Careless Operation, Possession of Schedule II Drugs, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Open Container in Vehicle
Edward Lewis was booked 11/18 on the charges of Possession of Heroin, Possession of Schedule II Drugs, and Possession of Schedule 1 Drugs (Ecstasy/Molly/MDMA)
Amanda Crosby was booked 11/18 on the charges of Possession of Schedule II Drugs, Possession of Heroin, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Walter Fox was booked 11/18 on the charges of Criminal Mischief, Carrying a Concealed Weapon, Possession of a Stolen Firearm, and Failure to Appear

Today in History for November 19th

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November 18, 2018

Obituary

Angela Kennedy Miller
December 2, 1970 - November 14, 2018

Washington Parish Jail Bookings November 17, 2018

Cevan Hewitt was booked 11/17 In From Court
Gary Mizell was booked 11/17 on the charges of Fugitive Other Jurisdiction and Failure to Appear
Jeramie Young was booked 11/17 on the charges of Attempted Robbery With Gun and Aggravated Battery
Diane Tramontana was booked 11/17 on the charges of Attempted Robbery With Gun and Aggravated Battery
Mitchell Causey was booked 11/17 on the charges of Driving While Intoxicated and Driving Left of Center/Wrong Side of Highway

Today in History for November 18th

November 17, 2018

Washington Republican Parish Executive Committee Endorsements

For more information about Kyle Ardoin, click here.

For more information about Thomas R. "Rusty" Fornea, click here.

For more information about Shelby C. Temples, click here.

Washington Parish Jail Bookings November 15-16, 2018

Chad Cothern was booked 11/15 on the charge of Cruelty to a Juvenile(s)
Shaquille Lewis was booked 11/15 In For Court
Michael Wolbers was booked 11/15 on the charge of Failure to Appear
Victor Peters was booked 11/15 on the charges of Failure to Honor Written Promise and Failure to Pay Fine
Mark Woods was booked 11/16 on the charge of Attachment
Arnold McCallon was booked 11/16 In For Court
John Forbes was booked 11/16 on the charge of Failure to Appear
Rayshawn Harris was booked 11/16 on the charges of Improper Turn/Accident, Aggravated Resisting by Flight, Ran Stop Sign (8 counts), Reckless Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Possession of Stolen Property, Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule 1 Drugs, and Sale Distribution or Possession of Legend Drugs Without Prescription or Order
Qatarrel Walker was booked 11/16 on the charges of Resisting an Officer, Carrying a Concealed Weapon, Convicted Felon in Possession of Firearm, Possession of CDS With Weapon Present, Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule 1 Drugs, Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule II Drugs, and Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule III Drugs
Kendric Lampley was booked 11/16 on the charges of Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule 1 Drugs, Reckless Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Ran Stop Sign (3 counts), Resisting an Officer, License Plate Improper Lighting, Special Restriction on Lamps, and Resisting Arrest by Flight
Jamie Myers was booked 11/16 on the charge of Protective Order Violation
Durand Smith was booked 11/16 on the charge of Failure to Appear

Bogalusa City Jail Bookings November 14-15, 2018

Rayshawn V. Harris was booked 11/14 on the charges of Turning-signal Required 100' prior to turn, 8 counts of Stop Sign-Must Stop, Aggravated Flight from an Officer, Reckless Operation of a Vehicle, Illegal  Possession of Stolen Things, Possession with Intent to distribute Heroin, Legend Drugs-Sale/Possession, Cancelled/Altered License Plate, and 2 Counts of Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Kendric L. Lampley was booked 11/14 on the charges Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana,  Reckless Operation of a Vehicle, 3 counts of Stop Sign-Must Stop, Resisting an Officer, License Plate Lights-Regulations, 2 Headlights Required and Flight from an Officer
John W. Forbes was booked 11/15 on the charges of 3 counts of Stop Sign-Must Stop, 3 counts of Turn signal Required, No Proof of Insurance, Driving While License is suspended, Fugitive from an Outside Agency and Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Pamela R. Cooper was booked 11/15 on the charges of 3 counts of Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Kendarras Pigott was booked 11/15 on the charges of Turn Signal Required and Driving While License is Suspended

Obituary

Estelle "MaMaw" Martino
December 19, 1925 - November 14, 2018

Today in History for November 17th

Obituary

Edith Harry Roberts
August 18, 1931 - November 11, 2018

Obituary

Gladys Moseley
May 19, 1936 - October 31, 2018

November 15, 2018

ATTENTION REGISTERED VOTERS OF FRANKLINTON

Wet-Dry Election is December 8, 2018

Two informational meetings are scheduled: Monday, November 19, 2018 and Monday, December 3, 2018. Both meetings begin at 6:00 pm at Franklinton Town Hall. 

In February, 2018 a Petition was circulated in Franklinton and 661 signatures were obtained. Of those 661 signatures, 604 were qualified which allowed an election to be called. The Petition was circulated so that we could vote to allow higher content alcohol to be served in the restaurants in Franklinton.

In any Wet-Dry election, Louisiana State law requires that all five of the below described options must be on the ballot in order to allow the electorate to vote again on all Wet-Dry options.

Proponents seeking the changes assert that this is a very important revenue source to the Town of Franklinton and it is critical that the three options we currently have are voted back in again. Option #5 is the one that is should be changed.

Please consider voting on the options as shown below.

1) "Shall the sale of beverages of alcoholic content containing not more than six percent alcohol by volume be permitted by package only and not for consumption on the premises in the Town of Franklinton?"  ALREADY HAVE THIS. EXAMPLES ARE WINN DIXIE, MARKET MAX, ETC.
YES
2) "Shall the sale of beverages of alcoholic content containing not more than six percent alcohol by volume for consumption on the premises be permitted in the Town of Franklinton?" NEVER HAD THIS. THIS WILL PERMIT BARS TO SERVE LOW ALCOHOL LIKE BEER.
NO
3) "Shall the sale of beverage alcohol containing one-half of one percent alcohol by volume and above for consumption on the premises be permitted in the Town of Franklinton?" NEVER HAD THIS. THIS WILL PERMIT BARS TO SERVE HIGH ALCOHOL, LIKE WHISKEY.
NO
4) "Shall the sale of beverages of alcoholic content containing one-half of one percent alcohol by volume and above by the package only and not for consumption on the premises be permitted in the Town of Franklinton?" ALREADY HAVE THIS. EXAMPLES ARE WINN DIXIE, MARKET MAX, ETC.
YES
5) "Shall the sale of beverages of high and low alcoholic content be permitted only on the premises of restaurant establishments which have been issued an "R" permit as defined by the law in the Town of Franklinton? ALREADY HAVE LOW CONTENT IN RASTAURANTS; NEED HIGH ALSO. EXAMPLES ARE SAKI IN SHUSHI RESTAURANT, MARGARITAS IN MEXICAN RESTAURANT, WINE IN RESTAURANTS." 
YES

Washington Parish Jail Bookings November 14, 2018

Joshua Hicks was booked 11/14 on the charges of License Plate Improper Lighting, Driving Under Suspension, No Proof of Insurance, Possession of Schedule II Drugs, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Donald Viverito was booked 11/14 on the charges of 1st Degree Rape, Aggravated Domestic Violence Assault, and Failure to Appear
Raymond Hartfield was booked 11/14 on the charge of Probation Violation
John Morgan was booked 11/14 on the charges of Possession of Schedule II Drugs and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Derlon Crain was booked 11/14 on the charges of Simple Burglary, Theft Less Than 1000, Criminal Trespass, Criminal Damage to Property Under 500, and Illegal Possession of Burglary Tools
Truiet Hyde was booked 11/14 on the charge of Failure to Appear

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November 14, 2018

Bogalusa City Jail Bookings November 13, 2018

Quincy J. Edwards was booked 11/12 on the charges of Possession or Dealing in Firearms with Obliterated Serial Number, Illegal Carrying of Weapons while in Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance,  Possession with Intent to distribute Marijuana, Possession with Intent to distribute Heroin, Possession of Ectasy, Firearm Free Zone and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Amaya C. Davis was booked 11/13 on the charges of Hit and Run and Failure to Seek Assistance
Donald D. Viverito, III was booked 11/13 on the charges of First Degree Rape-Aggravated Rape, Battery-Domestic Abuse and Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Christopher D. Miller was booked 11/13 on the charge of Resisting an Officer
Jeffery A. Venezia, Jr. was booked 11/13 on the charge of possession of Marijuana
David A. Avery was booked 11/13 on the charges of Possession of Marijuana, 2 counts of Resisting an Officer and Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Joshua R. Hicks was booked 11/13 on the charges of License Plate Lights-Regulations, Driving While License is suspended, No Insurance, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)

Slidell Man Indicted for Rape of 12-Year-Old

District Attorney Warren Montgomery reports that a St. Tammany Parish grand jury indicted Shawn A. Doucette (33) of Slidell on Tuesday (November 13, 2018) with two counts of first degree rape of a victim under 13.

Doucette is accused of raping a 12-year-old girl on at least two occasions between October 1, 2016, and April 13, 2017.

Assistant District Attorney Ysonde Boland presented the case to the grand jury.

Slidell Man Re-Indicted in Teen's Death from Synthetic Marijuana

District Attorney Warren Montgomery reports that a St. Tammany Parish grand jury re-indicted Jamie D. Cooper (34) of Slidell on Tuesday (November 13, 2018) with second degree murder in the death of a teenager found unresponsive in a Covington ditch after smoking synthetic marijuana. The new, superseding indictment added a charge of distribution of a Schedule I controlled dangerous substance (marijuana or a synthetic form).

Cooper is accused of distributing the drug through a middle man to the 17-year-old, who died after using it on March 13, 2016.

Angie Man and Carriere Woman Indicted in Auto Parts Theft Operation

District Attorney Warren Montgomery reports that a St. Tammany Parish grand jury charged Dustin Ray Hughes (32) of Angie and Sharon D. Snelgrove (38) of Carriere, Mississippi with racketeering and multiple theft charges for an alleged operation that used account information from one company to make fraudulent purchases from another.

Hughes, a former employee of Southern Electric Company, is accused of placing fraudulent orders with O’Reilly Auto Parts on multiple occasions with account information stolen from Southern Electric. More than 1,000 products, valued at between $20,000 and $25,000, are alleged to have been obtained fraudulently from 14 jurisdictions over two states. Snelgrove is accused of assisting Hughes by obtaining and transporting merchandise that she knew was stolen.

Both are charged with the following: one count each of racketeering, seven counts each of theft of items valued at $1,000 but less than $5,000, two counts each of theft of items valued at less than $1,000, and one count each of misdemeanor theft (Class 4, less than $1,000).

Assistant District Attorney Butch Wilson presented the case to the grand jury.

Former Sun Police Officer Indicted for Malfeasance

District Attorney Warren Montgomery reports that a grand jury indicted Jacob Scott Walker (36), a former Sun police officer, on Tuesday (November 13, 2018) with two counts of malfeasance.

Walker is accused of pocketing money he collected from traffic tickets for his own personal gain between February 8 and August 13 of this year. Walker also is accused of failing to submit narcotics evidence to the crime lab for analysis after a traffic stop on December 18, 2017, and then lying about it.

Assistant District Attorney Ken Dohre presented the case to the grand jury, and D.A. Investigator Walter “Nick” Burtanog, IV, investigated it.

19-Year-Old Bogalusan Killed in Crash on LA 10

Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop L responded Tuesday night (November 13, 2018) to a
single vehicle fatal crash on LA 10 approximately six miles east of LA 62 in Washington Parish. The crash has claimed the life of 19-year-old Cristal Camacho (19) of Bogalusa.

Troopers to determined that the crash occurred as Camacho was driving a 2008 Dodge Avenger eastbound on LA 10. As the vehicle entered a left-hand curve, it exited the right side of the roadway and crashed into a pine tree.

Despite being properly restrained, Camacho sustained fatal injuries in the crash. She was pronounced deceased on-scene by the Washington Parish Coroner’s Office. Impairment is not suspected to be a contributing factor in this crash.

19th Annual Bogalusa Lighted Christmas Parade is Thursday, Nov. 22nd


Obituary

Darrie Durell Moore
December 17, 1961 - November 09, 2018

Obituary

Tyler Stevens
April 07, 1987 - November 12, 2018

Obituary

L.E. Toney
October 17, 1926 - November 13, 2018

Washington Parish Jail Bookings November 12-13, 2018

Zachary Carrol was booked 11/12 In For Court
William Dykes was booked 11/12 on the charge of Contempt of Court
Timothy Watts was booked 11/13 on the charges of Probation and Parole Hold, Failure to Honor Written Promise, and Failure to Appear (5 counts)
Deonna Seals was booked 11/13 on the charges of Issuing Worthless Checks 0-100 and Issuing Worthless Checks Over 500
Lorenzo Anders was booked 11/13 on the charges of Failure to Appear and Failure to Pay Fine
Courtney Hodges was booked 11/13 on the charge of Domestic Violence Battery (2nd Offense)
Quincy Edwards was booked 11/13 on the charges of Possession of Firearm With Obliterated Serial Number, Possession of CDS With Weapon Present, Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule 1 Drugs (2 counts), Possession of Schedule 1 Drugs, Tampering With Sign Identifying a Firearm-Free Zone, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Attachment (2 counts)
Amaya Davis was booked 11/13 on the charges of Hit and Run and Failure to Seek Assistance
Ronnie Williams was booked 11/13 on the charges of Possession of Schedule II Drugs and Failure to Appear (2 counts)

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November 13, 2018

Big Turnout for The Wall That Heals Arrival in Franklinton

Despite the cold and overcast skies, Franklinton saw large crowds to welcome the arrival of the replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D. C.. Franklinton will be among the first to host this exhibit which includes a three-quarter scale Wall replica that is 375 feet in length and stands 7.5 feet high at its tallest point. The exhibits tell the story of the Vietnam War, The Wall and the era surrounding the conflict, and are designed to put American experiences in Vietnam in a historical and cultural context.

The exhibit may be seen at the Washington Parish Fairgrounds in Franklinton, Louisiana. See the schedule below:

The Wall That Heals Arrives in Franklinton, Louisiana from Mt. Hermon Web-TV on Vimeo.

Tuesday November 13 - Escort of the Wall
11:00am Meet Up/Staging/Briefing at Poitevent (Pearl River) Park
12:00 Noon Kick Stands Up
1:15pm ETA Washington Parish Fairgrounds

Wednesday November 14 - Assembly of the Wall
5:00pm Soft Opening
6:00pm Mandatory Volunteer Training

Thursday November 15 - Wall Open 24/7 for Public Viewing
8:00am - 4:00pm School Field Trips
9:00am Opening Ceremony
9:15am Pinning Ceremony

Friday November 16 - Wall Open 24/7 for Public Viewing
8:00am - 4:00pm School Field Trips

Saturday November 17 - Wall Open 24/7 for Public Viewing
11:00am Gold Star Families Ceremony
6:00pm Candlelight Vigil/Reading of the Names

Sunday November 18 - Public Viewing Until 2pm
1:00pm Closing Ceremony
2:00pm Disassembly of the Wall

For more about The Wall, go the website at http://www.thewallfranklinton.com/

Clothing Donation Drive for Children's Cancer Society


4-Year-Old Shot in Hand – Aunt Arrested

Fredrica Lee (25) of Slidell was arrested Monday (November 12, 2018) after her 4-year-old niece she was caring for shot herself in the hand. Lee did not call 911 or emergency medical services but transported the child to a local hospital herself. The injury was non-life-threatening.

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the local hospital shortly in response to the incident that occurred at a residence on Parkline Boulevard in the Slidell area. Lee told deputies she was caring for her niece at the residence when she heard a gunshot from the living room area of the residence. Lee learned the child had retrieved a loaded handgun from a cabinet located in the living room and had discharged the weapon.

A search warrant was executed at the residence, during which time detectives observed the cabinet where two guns were reportedly stored prior to the incident. The firearms were loaded and easily accessible to the child. A spent shell casing was recovered from the living room.

Based on the investigation, Lee was arrested on one count of Cruelty to Juveniles, The child was released in to the custody of her father. 

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November 12, 2018

Washington Parish Jail Bookings November 10, 2018

Cevan Hewitt was booked 11/10 In From Court
Mya Baker was booked 11/10 on the charge of Attachment
Shanda Honaker was booked 11/10 on the charges of Possession of Schedule II Drugs and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Trevor Owens was booked 11/10 on the charges of Possession of Schedule II Drugs and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Steven Jarrell was booked 11/10 on the charges of Driving While Intoxicated (2nd Offense), Careless Operation, and Driving Under Suspension
Bobby Matthews was booked 11/10 on the charge of Aggravated Second Degree Battery
Kyleir Lee was booked 11/10 on the charges of Failure to Appear (2 counts)

Bogalusa City Jail Bookings November 9-11, 2018

Valerie N. Carroll was booked 11/09 on the charge of Criminal Trespass
Rakheem J. Jackson was booked 11/09 on the charge of Disturbing the Peace by Fighting
Kerry A. Arsenaux was booked 11/09 on the charges of Theft and Driving Under Suspension
Darren J. Weary was booked 11/09 on the charges of Driving While License is Suspended and Following Too Close
Daquandra O. Magee was booked 11/09 due to returning from the Washington Parish jail
Michael H. Jenkins was booked 11/09 on the charge of Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Devin J. Gonzales was booked 11/10 on the charges of Reckless Operation, 2nd Offense of Driving While Intoxicated and Obstruction of a Roadway
Courtney Hodges was booked 11/11 on the charge of Battery-Domestic Abuse


Obituary

Tiffani Chantelle McKenzie
December 31, 1980 - November 10, 2018

Obituary

Donna Jean Anglin
February 7, 1946 - November 10, 2018

DA's Office Holds Training For Criminal Justice Professionals

District Attorney Warren Montgomery’s Office held two daylong training sessions for criminal justice system professionals on November 6 and November 8 at the Bogue Chitto State Conference Center. This year, the sixth annual event was named the Lewis Murray, III, Memorial Training For Law Enforcement, Prosecutors, And Judges in memory of the late Assistant District Attorney who worked as a prosecutor for more than 33 years and headed the Washington Parish office until his death in April.

“This was a great way to honor a man who dedicated so much of his life to the pursuit of justice,” Montgomery said. “And he trained many of the Washington Parish prosecutors who came after him.”

Pearl River Man Charged in Fatal Hunting Accident

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office has advised that Donald Jones, Jr. (22) of Pearl River, Louisiana has been charged with negligent homicide following a hunting accident that occurred Saturday morning (November 10, 2018) in the Honey Island Swamp in the Pearl River Wildlife Management Area.

Jones and his friend, a 23-year-old Pearl River man, were hunting hogs in the Peach Lake area of the Honey Island Swamp Saturday morning. Jones told responding deputies he shot in the direction of a hog and accidentally shot his friend in the chest. Jones immediately called 911 but the area where the two men were hunting is only accessible by boat and therefore took emergency responders longer than normal to respond.

While he was on the phone with emergency personnel, Jones rendered aid and performed CPR on his friend until emergency personnel arrived. However, the victim succumbed to his injuries.

STPSO detectives learned Jones was aware his friend was not wearing “hunter’s orange” and he did not know his friend’s location when he fired his gun at the hog.

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is also looking into possible violations.

Obituary

Ronnie Gaines
August 15, 1959 - November 11, 2018

Obituary

Ray Herbert Breland
July 12, 1923 - November 9, 2018

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Washington Parish Jail Bookings November 9, 2018

Michael Phillips was booked 11/09 on the charge of Failure to Honor Written Promise
Valerie Carroll was booked 11/09 on the charges of Failure to Appear (2 counts)
Richard Copeland was booked 11/09 on the charges of Speed Unsafe for Road Conditions, Driving Under Suspension, No Proof of Insurance, and Convicted Felon in Possession of Firearm

Today in History for November 10th

Slidell Area Man Shoots Adult Son

A Slidell area man was arrested Friday afternoon (November 9, 2018) after he shot his adult son in
the hand outside of the residence where they both lived.

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a disturbance at a residence on Queen Anne Drive in the Slidell area. William Hubbard, III (57) and his son had been arguing outside of their  home when the argument turned physical. Hubbard went inside the residence and returned with a shotgun. Hubbard fired the shotgun, striking the victim in the hand. 

The victim was transported to a area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Hubbard was arrested and booked in to the St. Tammany Parish Jail on the charge of Aggravated Second Degree Battery.

November 09, 2018

Obituary

Danny Ray Givens 
July 31, 1946 – November 6, 2018

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All people are innocent until proven guilty.

Slidell Respond to Overdose Death and Shootings – All Related



Slidell Police are investigating three overnight shootings, leaving one dead, one in critical condition, and one in stable condition; all believing to be related.

It all began Thursday night (November 8, 2018) when Slidell Police responded to a suspected drug overdose involving a 43-year-old female on Gwen Drive in Slidell. Joshua Cox (29), the son of the deceased female, was told of his mother’s death and asked his wife to drive him to the hospital. On the way to the hospital, an Cox and his wife got into an argument and he shot her once in the chest. Cox dropped his wife off at Slidell Memorial Hospital and fled the scene. Cox's wife is expected to survive.

Several hours later, Slidell Police responded to a report of shots fired at an apartment complex on Lee Street in Slidell. Joshua Cox was found lying on the ground suffering from a gunshot wound. Cox was rushed to the hospital where he is listed in critical condition. The person responsible for shooting Cox has been identified and is cooperating with the investigation.

In an unexpected twist, during the course of the investigation at the apartment complex on Lee Street, Slidell Police located the body of an unknown male inside of a vehicle, who apparently suffered a gunshot wound.

Investigators believe the incidents are all related, however, the investigation is still on-going.

Obituary

Frank James Strickland
November 09, 1931 - November 07, 2018

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Washington Parish Jail Bookings November 8, 2018

Ardtaveon Dyson was booked 11/08 on the charges of Domestic Abuse Battery/Strangulation, Failure to Appear, and Disturbing the Peace
Rodolfo Torres was booked 11/08 on the charges of Aggravated Domestic Abuse Assault and Aggravated Assault
James Butler was booked 11/08 In For Court
Ramone Alexander was booked 11/08 on the charges of Failure to Pay Fine and Failure to Appear (4 counts)
Chelsie Bourne was booked 11/08 In For Court
Chelsea Whaley was booked 11/08 on the charges of Probation Violation and Failure to Honor Written Promise

Bogalusa City Jail Bookings November 7-8, 2018

Megan R. Winterstein was booked 11/07 on the charges of 2 counts of Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City Court)
Christy L. Hydle was booked 11/07 on the charges of Public Drunkenness and Entry or Remaining After Being Forbidden
Michael J. Phillips was booked 11/08 on the charges of Expired Motor Vehicle Inspection, Driving under Suspension, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and a Fugitive from an Outside Agency
Richard L Copeland was booked 11/08 on the charges of Speeding, Driving while License is Suspended, No Insurance and Possession or Carrying a weapon by a Convicted Felon
Aaron T. Taylor was booked 11/08 on the charge of Failure to Appear (Bogalusa City court)