Southwest Louisiana Corrections Report: March 10 - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Southwest Louisiana Corrections Report: March 10

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Edwin James Briscoe, 37, Opelousas: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance. 

Tommy Allan Laprime, 51, Lake Charles: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of marijuana, driving on a roadway laned for traffic. Bond: $750 

Quentin Marcel Holloman, 29, Lake Charles: Resisting an officer by flight, reckless operation, possession of synthetic marijuana, stop lamps and turn signals required, direct contempt of court. 

Derick J Landry, 33, Hammond: Instate detainer. 

Jermaine Eugene McDonald, 27, Houston, TX: Out of state detainer. 

Caroline Elizabeth Frost, 31, DeRidder: Theft, prohibited acts, possession of synthetic marijuana, possession of a controlled dangerous substance. 

Taylor Monae Leblanc, 20, Lake Charles: Theft. 

Paul Doussard Clostio, 32, Sulphur: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, prohibited acts. 

Moe'Shay Lashawn Janice, 17, Sulphur: Battery on a pregnant victim, aggravated assault, disturbing the peace, resisting an officer. Bond: $5,500

Chelsey Rae Gatte, 27, Westlake: Three counts probation violation. 

Courtland Coy Allison, 32, Sulphur: Simple criminal damage, theft, simple battery. Bond: $3,500

Micheal Brandon Vice, 38, Vinton: Unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling. Bond: $2,500

Jermaine Jones, 44, Jennings: Direct contempt of court. 

Nicholas Pete Brewer, 34, Hobesound, FL: Direct contempt, out of state detainer. 

Cody Deon Poncho, 27, Lake Charles: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance, two counts probation detainer. 

Charley Grice III, 33, Lake Charles: Possession of marijuana. 

David Kerry Wofford, 33, Lake Charles: Theft. 

Christi Michele Bailey, 31, Lake Charles: Direct contempt of court, criminal trespass, simple criminal damage. 

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