Southwest Louisiana arrest report: Jan. 15, 2018 - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Southwest Louisiana arrest report: Jan. 15, 2018

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CALCASIEU PARISH, LA (KPLC) -

Calcasieu Correctional Center:

Misty Veonica Anderson, 46, Orange: Drug possession.

Jeroid David Guillory, 52, Lake Charles: Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, illegal carrying of weapons, obstruction of justice, possession of drugs with the intent to manufacture, distribute, or produce, possession of synthetic marijuana.

Wayland Lekeith Thibodeaux, 44, Sulphur: Obscenity, drug paraphernalia.

Carl Allen Rogers, Jr., 48, Lake Charles: No turn signals, drug possession, drug paraphernalia.

Michael Donovan Durousseau, 26, Lake Charles: First-offense possession of marijuana, drug possession, drug paraphernalia.

Tremaine Shante Citizen, 26, Lake Charles: False imprisonment, first-degree robbery.

Johnathan Bradley Truitt, 30, Lake Charles: Obscenity.

Wilson Terrance Fuselier, 25, Lake Charles: Drug possession, first-offense possession of marijuana.

Cayden James Mears, 17, Dequincy: First-offense possession of marijuana. Bond: $500.

Felton James Sonnier, 43, Lake Charles: Illegal possession of stolen things, operating vehicle while license is suspended.

Perry Michael Hebert, 57, Lake Charles: False imprisonment, first-degree robbery, first-offense possession of marijuana, drug possession, drug paraphernalia.

Terrell Rashassan Gibson, 31, Picayune, MS: Out-of-state detainer.

Sulphur Police (Jan. 12-15):

Clifton Wayne Prudhome, 49, Kountze, Texas: Hit and run.

John Michael Baudoin, 36, Sulphur: simple battery.

Jeremy Scott Smith, 41, Vidor, Texas: disturbing the peace by public intoxication.

Ashley Michelle Blakeman, 35, Sulphur: NCIC warrant.

Katrina Lasonya Davis, 34, Sulphur: disturbing the peace by public intoxication, disturbing the peace by Language and resisting arrest.

Ricky Dwayne Perkins, 39, Sulphur: careless operation and hit and run.

Devan Kade Broussard, 24, Sulphur: possession with the intent to distributed CDS schedule I drugs, possession with the intent to distributed CDS schedule IV drugs and firearm around drugs.

Kenneth Wayne Ellender, 62, Sulphur: disturbing the peace by public intoxication.

Larry James Chesson, 39, Sulphur: outstanding bench warrants and six counts of contempt of court.

Cade Alan Badon, 21, Sulphur: disturbing the peace by public intoxication, assault, resting arrest and battery of a police officer.

Joey Allen Vanbrocklin, 25, Westlake: outstanding bench warrant and contempt of court.

George Allen Soileau, 42,  Ragley: possession of CDS schedule I drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and traffic control violation.

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