The following arrests were made by local law enforcement agencies. Minden Police Department (MPD), Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office (WPSO), Louisiana State Police (LSP) and others which are named.
Lee Michael Butler, 35, of the 400 block of 5th St. SE, Springhill, was arrested by WPSO for contempt of court.
Austin Tyler Davis, 23, of the 300 block of Hosston St., Elm Grove, La. Was arrested by WPSO on 2 counts of theft of a firearm, theft over $5,000 and simple burglary.
Derrick Benton Walker, 56, no address available, was arrested by WPSO for improper lane usage, driving while intoxicated and no driver’s license.
Boyquez Jaclyn Shehee, 19, of the 1100 block of Syrup Mill Rd., was arrested by LSP-G for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
James Earl Oliver Jr., 61, of the 200 block of Cotton Valley Ave., Minden, was arrested by MPD for DWI first offense and improper lane usage.
Trenton B. Parrish, 27, of the 200 block of East Rd., Cullen, was arrested by Springhill Police for aggravated flight from an officer.
Demarcus T. Jackson, 22, of the 100 block of Syrup Mill Rd., Minden, was arrested by WPSO on an active warrant, following a traffic stop by MPD.
Latravion D. Minix, 30, of the 600 block of Chestnut St., Minden, was arrested by WPSO on a charge of contempt of court.
Ricardo S. Braggs, 34, of FArmerville, was arrested by LSP-G on two fugitive warrants and possession of marijuana.
Savannah Martin, 23, of the 700 block of 6th St. NW, Springhill, was arrested for monetary instrument abuse and contempt of court (original warrant was possession of schedule 2 controlled dangerous substance.
Brian Raynard Hudson, 37, of Minden, was arrested by LSP-G for DWI second offense.
Kendrick Roshaud Harris, 39, of Cypress, Texas, was arrested by Dixie Inn Police for possession of schedule 2, schedule 4 and introduction of contraband into a penal facility.
This information has been provided by a law enforcement agency as public information. Persons named as suspects in a criminal investigation, or arrested and charged with a crime, have not been convicted of any criminal offense and are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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