Arrests in Cherokee County from December 28 to January 31. 4 | Information

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Earnest Lee Baker, 32, Jacksonville, bail and failure to look, possession of marijuana, arrest and detention for car escape from FTA;

Agustin Balderas, 20, Jacksonville, two counts of possession of a managed substance, possession of marijuana;

David Holland Bothe, 60, Burleson, two fees of harassment;

Charles Brazell, 55, Tyler, drunk driving;

Alinda Gale Bronson, 63, Jacksonville, possession of a managed substance, drug paraphernalia place;

Antonio Luis Chavez, 28, Jacksonville, senior damage; resist arrest, search or transport; aggression by menace; reckless harm or destruction;

Brandon William Dickey, 32, three counts of possession of a managed substance, two counts of possession of marijuana, manufacture or supply of a managed substance, failure to establish, ALE possession of a managed substance;

Jacob Edward Fannin, 28, Rusk, driving whereas intoxicated with a baby underneath 15 or older;

Jose Garcia, 20, Jacksonville, guardian authorizing a minor with no license to drive, three counts of lack of motorized vehicle legal responsibility insurance coverage, three counts of non-appearance, underage consuming, driving with suspended license, posting of an expired license plate, no driver’s license;

Cody Gelvin, 27, Carrolton, possession of marijuana;

Clayton Michael George, 23, Rusk, assault inflicting bodily hurt (Harrison Co.);

Hector Gonzalez, 17, Jacksonville, possession of managed substance, public intoxication;

Jimmie Likelihood Guillen, 31, Jacksonville, two counts of possession of a managed submission, parole violation;

Justin Guyton, 31, Jacksonville, tampering or fabrication of bodily proof, unlawful possession of a firearm by a prison, theft of a firearm, unauthorized use of a car, assault inflicting bodily hurt ( Anderson Co.), parole warrant;

Juan Hernandez-Castillo, 46, Henderson, drunk driving FTA;

Qinton Letroy Excessive, 48, Jacksonville, possession of managed submission, possession of drug paraphernalia;

Mitchell Dyshun Johnson, 54, Jacksonville, prison intrusion, possession of drug paraphernalia;

John Patrick Kennedy III, 21, Rusk, assault inflicting bodily hurt to a member of the family;

John Patrick Kennedy Jr., 45, Rusk, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, unlawful possession of a firearm by a prison;

Decameron Kincade, 30, Lancaster, carrying a gun illegally, two counts of possession of marijuana, possession of harmful medication;

Joshua Dale Litaker, 33, Tyler, two counts of property theft;

Terry Douglas Mansell, 50, Corrigan, public intoxication;

Steve Mathew, 50, Rusk, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon;

Matthew McKennon, 28, Jacksonville, public intoxication;

Jose Manuel Pacheco, 23, New Summerfield, driving whereas intoxicated;

Joshua Wayne Pack, 17, Bullard, assault inflicting bodily hurt, escaping arrest and detention;

Erik Overa Perez, 25, Dallas, public intoxication, no driver’s license;

Michael David Posey, 50, Jacksonville, terrorist menace to household or family;

James Blake Richardson, 31, Atlanta, unlawful possession of firearm by felon, parole warrant;

Latameshia Ross, 27, Jacksonville, drunk driving (bail);

Juan Leon Santana, 26, Dallas, public intoxication;

Ansen Chip Smith, 44, Mt. Selmon, possession of a managed substance, possession of marijuana;

Timothy Stiff, 56, Jacksonville, driving whereas intoxicated;

Jammie Lee Walker, 30, Jacksonville, theft of property;

Lauren Nicole White, 35, Jacksonville, tampering or fabricating proof, possession of a managed substance, failure to establish, possession of marijuana, driving with an invalid license, possession of a violation of a managed substance bond (Smith Co.), no legal responsibility insurance coverage (Cherokee Co.), breach of promise to look (Cherokee Co.);

Corey Deshaun Willis, 40, Jacksonville, accident with accidents.

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