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Crime Roundup: Jennings man wanted by Rhode Island police arrested

Last Modified: Monday, December 09, 2013 6:21 PM

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A Jennings man wanted by Rhode Island was arrested by the Jefferson Davis Parish Sheriff’s Office, officials said.

Kevin Brickley, 43, 710 Bryan Street, was wanted by Rhode Island Attorney General’s Office on a domestic charge and a felony assault charge, both of which dated to 2004, Jeff Davis Sheriff’s Office spokesman Chris Ivey said in a news release.

Providence, Rhode Island authorities are expected to pick up Brickley within 10 days, Ivey said.

Calcasieu Correctional Center reported the following arrests:

Coty R. Royer,28, 10347 La. 384, Big Lake: obtaining legend drugs by misrepresentation or fraud. Bond: $5,000.

Augustus George Jackson, 25, 405 Maple St.: possession of marijuana, third offense. Bond: $10,000.

Cody Garret Rider, 20, 1182 Willow Dr.:two counts of producing, manufacturing, distributing or possessing with intent Schedule I narcotic; illegal carrying of weapons during commission of a crime or in presence of CDS; simple criminal damage to property less than $500, simple burglary, prohibited acts, drug paraphernalia. Bond: $14,000.

Ioannin John Olympiou, 37, 2187 E. Gauthier Road: view outward or inward through windshield or windows; obscuring prohibited; obstruction of justice; prohibited acts; drug paraphernalia, second offense possession of marijuana: Bond $8,100.

Bryan Kilpatrick, 44, 2613 12th St.: Theft of goods over $1,500. Bond: $10,000.

Joshua Lamont Sallier, 27, 2704 Cline St.: two counts direct contempt of court, illegal possession of stole things $500-$1,500, probation violation, Bond: $5,000.

Cody Wayne Royer, 30, 1139 Clark Road, DeQuincy: Unlawful refusal to submit to chemical tests, arrests for driving while intoxicated, careless operation, direct contempt of court. Bond: $5,000.

Corey Anderson, 21, 1025 Cherrickey St., New Iberia: Illegal carrying of weapons during commission of a crime or in presence of CDS, aggravated assault with a firearm. Bond: $200,000.

Anthony William Gallien, 48, 1426 N. Prater St.: drug paraphernalia, CDS possession. Bond: $13,000.

Ricky John Ashworth, 18, 4425 Hwy. 27, DeQuincy: possession of stolen things over $500. Bond: $25,000.

Christian Edward Hendricks, 38, 1310 Kent St., Sulphur: theft over $1,500. Bond: $75,000

Marty Dale Ashworth, 20, 501 Shady Ln.: simple burglary. Bond: $25,000.

Nathan Dewayne McClain, 27, 233 Bob Long Rd.: driving while license suspended, producing, manufacturing, distributing or possessing CDS III, producing, manufacturing, distributing or possessing CDS IV, carrying weapon during commission of crime or in presence of drugs. Bond: $60,600.

Duke Thomas Nguyen, 48, 1910 Diamond Brook Dr., Houston: Issuing worthless checks over $1,500. Bond: $5,000.

Carie D. Martin, 32, 1301 Melanie Dr., Sulphur: unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Bond: $5,000

Letichia James Leger, 42, 2300 Lilly St.: prohibited acts CDS III, resisting an officer. Bond: $5,000.

The Sulphur Police Department reported the following arrests:

Cynthia Joy Sonnier, 38, of Moss Road: theft of goods, possession and distribution of CDS schedule II drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, jail contraband, resisting arrest.

Arthur Virgil Boyer, 40, of West Burton Street, theft, possession and distribution of CDS schedule II drugs, disturbing the peace.

Chanel Nameer Walton, 29, of Drost Street, possession of CDS by fraud.

The Jeff Davis Parish Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests: Jeremy Malcolm Richard, 22, of 7513 Texas Ave., Hayes: possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine; possession of morphine; possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. No bond has been set. Ashton Blane Ryder, 19, of 719 South Avenue D., Crowley: felony theft. No bond set.


Posted By: Jane Callahab On: 12/22/2013

Title: Jane Callahan

THIS MONSTER WHO DID THIS TO THIS INNOCENT ANIMAL MUST BE CHARGED & PRO9SECUTED TO THE FULLEST EXTENT OF THE LAW!!!!!!! DEAR GOD!!!!!!!

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