Southwest Louisiana arrest report: May 28, 2018 - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Southwest Louisiana arrest report: May 28, 2018

CALCASIEU PARISH, LA (KPLC) -

Calcasieu Correctional Center:

Keith Jerome Nonette, Sr., 38, Lake Charles: Possession of drugs with the intent to distribute, produce or manufacture; possession of synthetic marijuana; possession of drugs; license plate light required; resisting an officer by flight; contraband.

Cherokee Antionett Singleton, 39, Starks: Possession of drugs, possession of marijuana. Bond: $500.

Paul Clayton Kennerson, 28, Lake Charles: Theft, simple burglary.

Apache Jade Roberson, 40, Lake Charles: Possession of drugs, illegal carrying of weapons.

Samuel Frank McCreary, IV, 22, Lake Charles: Simple burglary.

Samuel Joseph Singleton, 17, Simple burglary, resisting an officer by refusal to ID.

Shalonda Jupiter, 39, Westlake: Possession of drugs with the intent to distribute, produce or manufacture; illegal carrying of weapons. Bond: $4,000.

Denise Ann Armonta, 33, Lake Charles: Criminal trespass, unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling.

John Willie Casimere, 32, Lake Charles: Domestic abuse aggravated assault, violations of protective orders, illegal carrying of weapons.

Randy Villareal, 39, Lake Charles: Out-of-state detainer.

Ray Allen Lawrence, Jr., 44, Lake Charles: Domestic abuse battery, simple criminal damage, possession of drugs.

Danielle Marie Mallet, 33, Lake Charles: Domestic abuse battery.

Vito Jerome Martarona, 40, Bell City: Direct contempt of court.

James Christian Anderson, 24, Jackson, MS: General speed law, careless operation, maximum speed limit, flight from an officer, reckless operation.

Donald Ray Franklin, 56, Lake Charles: Simple criminal damage to property.

Jedidah Elijah Janice, 17, Vinton: Aggravated assault with a firearm, resisting an officer.

Michael Wray Dick, 40, Sarpeta: Domestic abuse battery.

Cori Leigh Cole, 43, Deweyville, TX: Direct contempt of court, out-of-state detainer.

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