Arrest Reports Week of March 5 - March 11
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March 8

James William Connison, 37, no address: sexual abuse 1st; harassment

March 11

James William Connison Jr., 37, no address: using false identity to obstruct justice; carrying concealed weapon


March 5

Austin R. Robinson, 19, Jasper: theft of property 1st

Dylan B. Watson, 18, Jasper: theft of property 1st

Shala Q. Casey, 35, Jasper: theft of property 3rd

March 6

Loyal J. Key, 66, Parrish: theft of property 3rd

Vanessa A. Herald, 43, Jasper: failure to appear

Ricky D. Barton, 29, Nauvoo: failure to appear

March 7

Jacory D. Swain, 24, Jasper: failure to appear

Michael J. Furman, 37, Jasper: assault 2nd

Jami T. McDaniel, 37, Carbon Hill: public intoxication

Joshua L. McDaniel, 33, Nauvoo: public intoxication; possession of drug paraphernalia

March 8

Shannon N. Tipton, 26, Jasper: endangering welfare of a child; disorderly conduct

Danie D. Carlock, 29, Carbon Hill: failure to appear

Rebecca D. Burton, 21, Jasper: possession of marijuana 2nd; possession of drug paraphernalia

Keith R. Pridgen, 31, Empire: failure to appear

Jeremiah C. Hallman, 27, Jasper: public intoxication

Samuel L. Sickles, 31, Jasper: domestic violence by strangulation of suffocation

Kayla N. Holtbrook, 30, Jasper: theft of property 3rd; illegal possession of prescription drugs

Lee B. Bircheat, 29, Jasper: 2 counts - failure to appear

March 9

Taylor B. Hulsey, 20, Jasper: public intoxication

West Brock, 45, Jasper: theft of property 3rd; public intoxication

March 10

Leonard A. Worrick, 21, Arley: failure to appear

Micah T. Smith, 23, Jasper: failure to appear; falsely reporting incident; possession of drug paraphernalia; public intoxication

Donna Hernandez, 48, Jasper: failure to appear

Jeremy M. Johnson, 37, Jasper: failure to appear

Anthony A. Gillespie, 22, Jasper: failure to appear

March 11

Joe B. Reese, 54, Sipsey: failure to appear

Helena M. Morris, 26, Jasper: criminal mischief 2nd; unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle; possession of burglar’s tools

Derek A. Williams, 24, Jasper: public intoxication

Allen R. McFarland, 31, Jasper: failure to appear; possession of drug paraphernalia; possession of marijuana 2nd


March 7

James Aaron Pendley, 29, Cordova: illegal possession of prescription drugs


March 6

Joshua Randall Kizzire, 30, Dora: forgery 2nd


March 6

Richard Scott Gardner, 31, Oakman: receiving stolen property 2nd; possession of drug paraphernalia

Shelly Wood Alexander, 31, Oneonta: theft of property 2nd; theft of property 3rd

Nicky Ladon Freeman, 20, Empire: concealing brass knuckles

Dawn Holladay, 40, Jasper: unlawful possession controlled substance; unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia; possession of marijuana - personal

March 7

Jason Eric Allison, 26, Jasper: harassment

March 8

Jason Eric Allison, 26, Jasper: writ of attachment - cause/allow litter; writ of attachment - no driver license

Tarshelle Larnan Davis, 32, Quinton: non-compliance Court Referral Office

March 9

Mark Edward Harter, 48, Jasper: cruelty to animal

Lucinda Suzzette Yocum, 39, Nauvoo: criminal mischief 3rd

Chance Michael Courington, 28, Jasper: escape warrant

March 10

George Thomas Knoll, 49, Cordova: domestic violence 3rd

Sidney Alan Mann, 47, Jasper: writ of attachment

March 11

Johnny Cato, 30, Jasper: writ (contempt of court)

Tony Ray Boshell, 36, Jasper: 2 counts - interfering with Judicial proceedings

Adrian Scott Fewell, 24, Jasper: failure to appear on child support

Donald Durant Ferguson, 33, Jasper: failure to appear or failure to pay on negotiating worthless negotiating instruments (5 counts)

 The Daily Mountain Eagle will release arrest reports from area law enforcement agencies each week. The data these reports provide are only arrest and booking information, and should not be relied upon to determine and individual’s actual criminal record. This data may not reflect charging decisions made by the District Attorney’s Office or the outcome of criminal trials. An acquittal or dismissal of criminal charges does not necessarily negate the validity of an arrest.