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Thursday jail log
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Thursday jail log  From staff reports November 20, 2009   
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      Previous Page    FELONY ARRESTS
ESCAMBIA COUNTY

The following suspects were charged with felonies Thursday at Escambia County Jail. Names, ages and addresses were provided by the individuals. 
     
 Patricia Ann Andrews, 58, 4400 block of Guerlain Way, driving while license suspended/revoked.
 Darius Christopher Austin, 20, 900 block of Belair Road, burglary with assault/battery.
 Ricky Thomas Balkum, 29, 3600 block of West Fairfield Drive, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription.
 Aljanon Bruster, 18, 1000 block of Bartow Avenue, aggravated battery.
 Ryan Wesley Buchanan, 20, 9800 block of Mobile Highway, larceny.
 Julie J. Christofferson, 39, 6700 block of Avenida de Galvez, Navarre, larceny.
 Jeremy Andrew Cook, 33, 7900 block of Stonebrook Drive, battery, resisting a law enforcement officer without violence, child cruelty.
 Anthony Jerome Dawkins, 54, 8200 block of Emperor Road, uttering forged bills/checks, forging bills/checks, exploitation of an elderly person or disabled adult.
 Brenda Lee Dawkins, 45, 8200 block of Emperor Road, uttering forged bills/checks, forging bills/checks, exploitation of an elderly person or disabled adult.
 Lakesha Chanta Gregory, 29, first block of Patton Drive, aggravated battery, hit and run.
 Marquese Carrell Hunter, 19, 6700 block of Chicago Avenue, battery.
 Dexter Antonio Locke, 20, 8300 block of Country Walk Drive, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, two counts of possession of cocaine.
 Christopher Carey Martin, 34, 9300 block of Hamman Avenue, criminal mischief, burglary, larceny.
 Robert Andrew Morris, 42, 5800 block of Avondale Road, battery, resisting a law enforcement officer without violence, failure to appear in court.
 Michael Andre Peavy, 35, 2300 block of West Blount Street, sexual offender violation (failing to report in person as required at the Sheriff's Office, or fails to respond to address verification within three weeks.
 Brian Cordell Scott, 31, 900 block of West Scott Street, possession of cocaine, battery, criminal mischief.
 Nathan Randal Tripp, 28, 1600 block of North Q Street, possession of cocaine, failure to appear in court, possession of marijuana.
 Betsy Eyvonne Warren, 52, 4600 block of Twin Oaks Drive, criminal mischief, dealing in stolen property, larceny.
 Samuel Watts, 27, first block of Flynn Drive, selling cocaine.
 Steven Lamar Wheeler, 42, 6300 block of Footprint Drive, battery.
 Veronica Wiitala, 42, 1900 block of Blue Angel Parkway, trespassing, possession of marijuana.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
The following suspects were charged with felonies Thursday at Santa Rosa County Jail. Names, ages and addresses were provided by the individuals.
 Jesse Benjamin Alcala III, 25, 7400 block of Harvest Village Court, Navarre, delivering/distributing drugs, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession/use of narcotic equipment.
 Jeffrey Paul Bell, 30, 4600 block of Pine Lane, Pace, violation of probation/community control, corrupting a public servant or family by threat, resisting a law enforcement officer without violence.
 Joshua James Cheatham, 18, 8300 block of Punjob Road, Milton, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of marijuana, possession/use of narcotic equipment.
 Joseph Glenn Ginn, 24, Aberdeen, Ohio, fugitive from justice.
 Sebastian Nathaniel Lee, 41, 5500 block of Hearn Street, Milton, violation of probation/community control.
 Ricky Eugene McCurley, 31, address unavailable, vehicle theft, larceny.
 Jeffrey Joseph Saxton, 47, 100 block of Campbell Lane, Milton, violation of probation/community control.
 Kathy Delores White, 46, 4500 block of Jernigan Road, Pace, violation of probation/community control.
 Jack Wendel Wilson, 60, 4100 block of Barclay Drive, Pace, DUI serious bodily injury to another.
 James Scott Winchester, 21, 500 block Springdale Circle, Pensacola, two counts of unarmed burglary, two counts of larceny.
 Douglas Arron Cooley, 42, 3000 block of Byron Cooley Road, Milton, driving while license suspended/revoked.
 Paula Jean Schoolcraft, 57, 8300 block of Onich Drive, Navarre, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

DUI ARRESTS
ESCAMBIA COUNTY
The following motorists were charged Thursday with driving under the influence. Names, ages and addresses were provided by the individuals.
 Charles Scott Bryan, 54, 5800 block of Linn Avenue.
 Aaron Christopher Davis, 25, 500 block of Greenbriar Drive, Cantonment.

SANTA ROSA COUNTY
The following motorists were charged Thursday with driving under the influence. Names, ages and addresses were provided by the individuals.
 Brandon Lamar Bragg, 21, 2800 block of Myree Lane, Pace.
 Jack Wendel Wilson, 60, 4100 block of Barclay Drive, Pace.
 David Andrew Cain Jr., 21, 2100 block of Sutler Lane, Jay.
 Christopher Nicholas Timmons, 28, 2700 block of Gable Lake Road, Navarre.
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