Southwest Louisiana Corrections Report: Jan. 25 - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Southwest Louisiana Corrections Report: Jan. 25

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Patrick Jr Owens, 17, Lake Charles: Two counts Simply burglary, Two counts theft less than $1,000.

Byron Carl Jones, 40, Lake Charles: Battery of a dating partner.

Antonio Lytrell Jackson, 19, Iowa: Theft of a motor vehicle from $5,000 but less than $25,000. 

Lorenzo Shontrell Jackson, 20, Iowa: Theft of a motor vehicle from $5,000 but less than $25,000.

Stacy Lynn Rogers, 35, Lake Charles: Maleasance in office; sexual conduct prohibited with prisoner.

Melvin Alicea, 26, Lake Charles: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, prohibited acts, drug paraphernalia, possession of synthetic marijuana, resisting an officer, disturbing the peace. 

Michael Jay Rideau, 22, Lake Charles: Two counts of direct contempt of court.

Brandi Lynn Ford, 40, Lake Charles: Federal Detainer.

Jaemar Danae Jackson, 34, Lake Charles: Two counts of obtaining legend drugs by misrepresentation of fraud. 

Michael Paul Lewis, 29, Lake Charles: Five counts of direct contempt of court, parole violation.

Albert Donney Pattum, 36, Lake Charles: Fourteen counts direct contempt of court, possession of marijuana. 

Kerric Dejon Thompson, 22, Lake Charles: Probation violation. 

Sheila Lynn Glenn, 44, Lake Charles: Obtaining legend drugs by misrepresentation of fraud, penalties, obtaining cds from multiple health care practitioners, two counts direct contempt of court.

 Lyna Pham, 24, Orange: Probation violation.

Rayford James Reado, 53, Lake Charles: Domestic Abuse Battery. 

Shawn Patrick Duncan, 26, Lake Charles: Direct contempt of court, probation violation. 

Alexander Dontay Williams, 38, Lake Charles: Unauthorized entry of a place of business, Obscenity. 

Patrick Terrell Brown, 49, Westlake: attempted second degree murder, attempted first degree rape.

Melisse Ann Desilve, 37, Kenner: ARDC detainer.

Jacob Easton Augenstein, 23, Westlake: Communicating of false information of planned arson. 

Chad Norman Hickson, 30, Gauthier, MS: Direct contempt of court. 

Kenneth Alan Louviere, 35, Liberty, TX: Direct contempt of court.

Holly Renee Hoffpauir, 31, Esterwood, LA: direct contempt of court. 

Corey Reshard Flemings, 27, Port Arthur, TX: Illegal possession of stolen things. 

Deborah Louise Pellegrin, 21, Lake Charles: Second degree cruelty to juveniles. 

Byron Lee Ray, 28, Sulphur: Direct contempt of court. 

Raymond Joseph Babb, 37, Breaux Bridge: Instate Detainer.

Carrie Ellenr Herrera, 31, Lake Charles: Cruelty to juveniles.

Lance Nicholas Bertrand, 25, Lake Charles: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance. 

Jeff Paul Silverman, 59, Vinton: Instate detainer, out of state detainer.

Jordan Mathew Vidrine, 23, Sulphur: Cruelty to Juveniles. 

Tayvon West, 22, Sulphur: Simple battery of the infirm. 

Alice Faye Stone, 40, Lake Charles: possession of controlled dangerous substance, prohibited acts, drug paraphernalia. 

 

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