ARREST REPORT: June 4, 2104

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Published: Wednesday, June 4, 2014 at 10:30 AM.

The Crestview Police Department provided the following crime reports for publication:

Crestview

May 5

● Anderson Gregory, 49, unlisted address: retail theft and resisting an officer without violence.

May 6

● Barbara Sue Beck, 40, Baker: retail theft.

May 7

● Shanan O. Gallardo, 35, Crestview: battery.

May 8

● Robert Arnold Norman, 55, Paxton: out-of-county warrant.

May 9

● Margaret Ann Barbaree, 40, Crestview: disorderly intoxication and marijuana possession.

May 10

● Dannie Henderson, 63, Crestview: retail theft.

● Brandon Keith Brown, 43, Crestview: trespassing.

May 11

● Brandon M. Severns, 24, Crestview: petit theft.

May 12

● John Waylon Lindsey, 34, Ponce de Leon: marijuana possession.

● Christopher Shane Thompson, 33, unlisted address: out-of-county warrant; fugitive from justice.

May 14

● Benjamin Cruz, 24, New York, N.Y.; grand theft.

May 15

● Jeremy Horak, 27, Crestview: illegal credit card use and petit theft.

May 16

● Tammy Rochelle Thruston, 48, Crestview: trespassing.

May 18

● Harvey Lee Jackson, 34, Crestview: two counts of battery on officer, firefighter or EMT; three counts of resisting an officer without violence; one count each of marijuana possession, possession of a new legend drug without a prescription, and retail theft.

● Vincent Joseph Waters, 30, Crestview: out-of-state fugitive.

May 19

● Michael Aaron Stephens, 20, Crestview; trespassing in a structure or conveyance; resisting an officer with violence and battery on an officer.

May 20

● Adam Ferrin Broadus, 25, Crestview: controlled substance possession without a prescription; drug paraphernalia possession.

● Dennis Leroy Griffin Jr., 44, Crestview: out-of-county warrant.

Okaloosa

May 21

● Charles Shawn Seitz, 33, Crestview: battery.

● Christina Marie Smith, 27, Crestview: driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

● Margaret Ann Wood, 40, Crestview: battery.

May 22

● Judson Wayne Arne, 33, Crestview: assault, unarmed burglary to a conveyance and trespassing.

● Tammy Leigh Golden, 52, Crestview: out-of-county warrant.

May 23

● Kenneth Trey Howard, 30, Crestview: unarmed conveyance burglary, petit larceny, and possession of drug equipment and a controlled substance without a prescription.

● Cordaro Raynard Jackson, 28, Detroit, Mich.: out-of-state fugitive.

● Patricia Ann Manring, 45, Crestview: unarmed dwelling burglary and petit larceny.

● Jose Antonio Reichlin-Ayala, 40, Fort Walton Beach: out-of-county warrant.

● Taylor Allen Stephens, 24, Crestview: aggravated battery on pregnant victim.

● Robert Lee Williams, 19, Crestview: fleeing/eluding police and smuggling contraband into a detention facility.

May 24

● Paul Travis Barnhill, 43, Crestview: battery.

● Jarrod Wade Bean, 38, Crestview: sexual predator failure to update name change or location; sexual predator failure to update driver’s license within 48 hours; marijuana possession.

● Ian William Finnegan, 31, Black River, N.Y.: out-of-state fugitive.

● Melissa Le Kane, 42, Baker: battery.

● Donald Larry Porter, 58, Florala, Ala.: out-of-county warrant.

May 25

● Carlos Diaz, 30, DeFuniak Springs: out-of-county warrant.

● Jerry James Moran, 48, Holt: driving with suspended or revoked license.

● Nicole Cheri Parker, 30, Crestview: larceny from $300-$5,000, battery, and criminal mischief property damage totaling more than $1,000.

● Randy Perez, 42, Crestview: driving with suspended license.

May 26

● Daniel Glenn Capps, 33, Crestview: controlled substance possession without a prescription, and marijuana and drug equipment possession.

● Diego Domingo Castellanos, 21, Crestview: loitering or prowling and marijuana possession with intent to sell, manufacture or deliver.

● Robert Dale Lundy, 52, Baker: battery and resisting an officer without violence.

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