Southwest Louisiana arrest report: March 16, 2018 - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Southwest Louisiana arrest report: March 16, 2018

(Source: Raycom) (Source: Raycom)
CALCASIEU PARISH, LA (KPLC) -

Calcasieu Correctional Center:

Gerald Wade Mcinnis, 36, Sulphur: Stop signs and yield signs, operating a vehicle while under suspension for certain prior offenses, possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, possession of drugs. Bond: $6,000.

Allison Black Dees, 48, Sulphur: Possession of drugs with the intent to distribute, manufacture or produce; drug paraphernalia. Bond: $11,500.

Tupac Shakkur Gallow, 22, Lake Charles: Second-degree robbery, illegal use of weapons or dangerous instruments.

 Deonta Daniel Bartie, 17, Lake Charles: Instate detainer.

Dacia Laneice Bellard, 29, Lake Charles: Home invasion, simple battery. Bond: $12,000.

Tyra JNai Bellard, 20, Lake Charles: Home invasion; simple battery; possession of drugs with the intent to distribute, manufacture or produce; possession of marijuana; illegal use of drugs. Bond: $24,000.

Wen Zhang, 55, Houston, TX: Issuing worthless checks. Bond: $1,000.

Donovan Wayne Bean, 32, Lake Charles: Instate detainer.

Kevin Nidini, 30, Lake Charles: Operating while intoxicated, resisting a police officer, battery of a police officer, unauthorized use of movable, possession of alcoholic beverages in vehicle, operating vehicle while license is suspended.

Danny James Sylvester, 33, Lake Providence: Direct contempt of court.

Thomas Gaylord Malone, 71, Vinton: Intimidating, impeding, or injuring witnesses; injuring officer. Bond: $5,000.

Casey D. Bagwell, 21, Lake Arthur: ARDC detainer.

Roxinia Ware, 55, Lake Charles: Drug paraphernalia, theft.

Tavares James Freeman, 24, Lake Charles: Illegal possession of stolen firearms.

Estal Owen Reeves, Jr., 44, Theft. Bond: $5,000.

Loretta Rachelle Richard, 38, Sulphur: Instate detainer.

Shawntell Nicole Anderson, 34, Lake Charles: Possession of drugs, probation violation.

Jeremy Howard Hatley, 40, Broussard: Federal detainer.

Derrick Lamont Harrison, 40, Houston, TX: Federal detainer.

Henry Dwight Moore, 24, Beaumont, TX: Federal detainer.

Roland Allen Howard, 48, Lake Charles: Theft.

Jessica L. Ledet, 31, Montegut: ARDC detainer.

Terrell Wayne Ceasar, 32, Lake Charles: Possession of drugs with the intent to produce, distribute, or manufacture. Bond: $5,000.

William Douglas Vanwinkle, 54, Lake Charles: Probation detainer.

Constance Lonel Ceasar, 47, Lake Charles: Possession of drugs with the intent to distribute, manufacture or produce.

Stephen Jacob Guillory, 28, Lake Charles: Battery.

Dequian Jmaal Matthews, 24, Lake Charles: Direct contempt of court.

John Craig Temple, 36, West Monroe: Obscenity, ARDC detainer.

Germian Deshawn Singleton, 37, Lake Charles: Domestic abuse battery, simple criminal damage.

Mikael Anthony Suire, 32, Westlake: Domestic abuse aggravated assault.

Tamera Ann Jemison, 51, Westlake: Domestic abuse aggravated assault.

Seth Lee Barbery, 24, Lake Charles: Domestic abuse battery, simple criminal damage.

Reagna Nicole Stutes, 20, Lake Charles: Domestic abuse battery, simple criminal damage.

Kane Deshawn Lavergne 23, Kinder: Instate detainer, direct contempt of court.

Copyright 2018 KPLC. All rights reserved. 

  • More Local NewsNewsMore>>

  • FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Hot and sunny

    FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Hot and sunny

    Thursday, July 19 2018 3:54 AM EDT2018-07-19 07:54:25 GMT
    Hourly heat index for today (Source: KPLC)Hourly heat index for today (Source: KPLC)
    Hourly heat index for today (Source: KPLC)Hourly heat index for today (Source: KPLC)

    Through the day today expect hot and mostly sunny conditions. Feels-like temperatures expected to reach between 100-105 this afternoon. I can’t rule out a pop-up afternoon shower, but chances remain low. Most of us will remain dry through the day today and overnight.

    More >>

    Through the day today expect hot and mostly sunny conditions. Feels-like temperatures expected to reach between 100-105 this afternoon. I can’t rule out a pop-up afternoon shower, but chances remain low. Most of us will remain dry through the day today and overnight.

    More >>
  • 'SenioRx' program helps seniors save money on prescriptions

    'SenioRx' program helps seniors save money on prescriptions

    Wednesday, July 18 2018 11:43 PM EDT2018-07-19 03:43:18 GMT
    "A lot of times, seniors have to choose whether they want to pay for their groceries and eat or get their medicines to stay healthy," Angie Herr, Director of Programs at the Calcasieu Council on Aging, said."A lot of times, seniors have to choose whether they want to pay for their groceries and eat or get their medicines to stay healthy," Angie Herr, Director of Programs at the Calcasieu Council on Aging, said.
    "A lot of times, seniors have to choose whether they want to pay for their groceries and eat or get their medicines to stay healthy," Angie Herr, Director of Programs at the Calcasieu Council on Aging, said."A lot of times, seniors have to choose whether they want to pay for their groceries and eat or get their medicines to stay healthy," Angie Herr, Director of Programs at the Calcasieu Council on Aging, said.

    The SenioRx program started over ten years ago, to help seniors get their medication for free or at extremely reduced prices. Just last year the program saved clients more than $700,000. "A lot of times, seniors have to choose whether they want to pay for their groceries and eat or get their medicines to stay healthy," Angie Herr, Director of Programs at the Calcasieu Council on Aging, said. Long term illness and maintenance medications are covered...

    More >>

    The SenioRx program started over ten years ago, to help seniors get their medication for free or at extremely reduced prices. Just last year the program saved clients more than $700,000. "A lot of times, seniors have to choose whether they want to pay for their groceries and eat or get their medicines to stay healthy," Angie Herr, Director of Programs at the Calcasieu Council on Aging, said. Long term illness and maintenance medications are covered...

    More >>
  • SWLA students return from Electric Cooperative Youth Tour in Washington, D.C.

    SWLA students return from Electric Cooperative Youth Tour in Washington, D.C.

    Wednesday, July 18 2018 10:01 PM EDT2018-07-19 02:01:37 GMT
    BECi Youth Tour delegates Lucy Stark, Jacey Merchant, Shekinah Jordan and Caleb Gore visit Capitol Hill during the 2018 Youth Tour. (Source: BECi)BECi Youth Tour delegates Lucy Stark, Jacey Merchant, Shekinah Jordan and Caleb Gore visit Capitol Hill during the 2018 Youth Tour. (Source: BECi)
    BECi Youth Tour delegates Lucy Stark, Jacey Merchant, Shekinah Jordan and Caleb Gore visit Capitol Hill during the 2018 Youth Tour. (Source: BECi)BECi Youth Tour delegates Lucy Stark, Jacey Merchant, Shekinah Jordan and Caleb Gore visit Capitol Hill during the 2018 Youth Tour. (Source: BECi)

    Four Southwest Louisiana students returns from a trip to Washington, D.C. for the 54th Annual Electric Cooperative Youth Tour. BECi sponsored Caleb Gore and Lucy Stark of South Beauregard High School, Jacey Merchant of Pitkin High School and Shekinah Jordan of Westlake High School. The students joined more than 2,000 others from 46 states for the annual program. “The purpose of this worthwhile program is to give local students a chance to develop leadership skills, l...

    More >>

    Four Southwest Louisiana students returns from a trip to Washington, D.C. for the 54th Annual Electric Cooperative Youth Tour. BECi sponsored Caleb Gore and Lucy Stark of South Beauregard High School, Jacey Merchant of Pitkin High School and Shekinah Jordan of Westlake High School. The students joined more than 2,000 others from 46 states for the annual program. “The purpose of this worthwhile program is to give local students a chance to develop leadership skills, l...

    More >>
Powered by Frankly