Southwest Louisiana Corrections Report: March, 26, 2018 - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Southwest Louisiana Corrections Report: March, 26, 2018

CALCASIEU PARISH, LA (KPLC) -

Eric Cortez Sandifer, 23, Lake Charles: Theft. Bond: $10,000

Ashley Lynette Cormier, 26, Lake Charles: Battery, possession of synthetic marijuana, operating a vehicle while intoxicated. 

Eric Dushon Lambert, 39, Lake Charles: Direct contempt of court, battery, child endangerment. 

Reynaldo Modesto Cavazos, 25, Lake Charles: Monetary intrumental abuse. 

Joshua Levi, 36, California: Parole violation. 

Shane Lee Fontenot, 39, Sulphur: Theft, simple burglary, unauthorized access card as theft, illegal possession of stolen things, possession of marijuana, prohibited acts. Bond: $5,000

 Fred Mitchell, 62, Lake Charles: Cruelty to juveniles. 

Joshua Shane Mann, 19, Sulphur: Possession of controlled dangerous substances. 

Rocky Lynn Benoit, 36, Sulphur: Simple criminal damage to property, aggravated battery. 

Ashley Renee Ray, 28, Sulphur: Two counts of direct contempt of court, simple criminal damage to property, aggravated assault. 

LeShawna Marie McClain, 30, Sulphur: Aggravated battery. 
 
Jimmy Curtis Broxson, 37, Sulphur: Direct contempt of court, battery. 

Curtis B Bergeron, 29, Lake Charles: Direct contempt of court, out of state detainer. 

Brady Joseph Hicks, 37, Hackberry: Attempted simple burglary, resisting a police officer with force, simple criminal damage, possession of a controlled dangerous substance. 

Rodrick Wayne Chiasson, 46, Welsh: Battery by strangulation, false imprisonment. 

Adam George Murnane, 34, Lake Charles: Aggravated assault. 

Samika Savanna Ceasar, 35, Lake Charles: Possession of a controlled dangerous substance. 

Robert Lee Banks, 42, Iowa: False imprisonment, battery serious body injury-unconsciousness, pain, disfigurement, loss of body member, organ, mental, a substantial risk of death.

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