Southwest Louisiana arrest report: Jan. 9 - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Southwest Louisiana arrest report: Jan. 9

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CALCASIEU PARISH, LA (KPLC) -

Jan. 9, 2018, Calcasieu Correctional Center booking report:

Mandy Lynn Ernst, 31, Sulphur: Illegal possession of stolen things, resisting an officer by flight. Bond: $10,000.

Tessa Shanae LaBove, 26, Lake Charles: Drug possession. Bond: $5,000.

Shayla Leigh Lasalle, 18, Lake Charles: First-offense illegal possession of stolen firearms, obliteration of number or mark, resisting an officer. Bond: $10,500.

Samantha Kay Sanchez, 33, Houston: Illegal possession of stolen things, operating vehicle while license is suspended, drug possession.

Donald Raylon Thomas, 25, Lake Charles: Drug possession. Bond: $3,000.

Timothy Wayne Berard, 41, Sulphur: Operating a vehicle while under suspension, battery, criminal damage to property, direct contempt of court.

Breanna Janae Winbush, 17, Iowa: Disturbing the peace. Bond: $250.

John Joseph Ellis, 25, Lake Charles: Probation violation.

Kalob Gabriel Waugaman, 27, Lake Charles: Direct contempt of court.

Terrelle Lynn Stanford, 32, Sulphur: Probation violation.

Molly Elizabeth Racca, 27, Lake Charles: Second-degree battery. Bond: $5,000.

Audrey Hope Daigle, 23, Lake Charles: Child desertion.

Matthew Tyler Fritz, 25, Starks: Direct contempt of court, probation violation.

Michael Wayne Boyett. 37, Miami: Direct contempt of court, failure to pay child support.

Letha Rene Jones, 42, Houston: Intent to produce, manufacture, distribute or possess drugs

Jacoby Lamark Guidry, 20, Lake Charles: Theft.

Troy Kim McBride, 54, Lake Charles: Battery.

Sidney Clement, 47, Lake Charles: Drug possession and paraphernalia, disturbing the peace.

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