Arrest Reports

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.

Oct. 19

Jacobe Scott Jackson, 31, of Shongaloo, La., was arrested by WPSO on an active warrant.

Tadazion D. Jackson, 26, of the 100 block of Eisenhower Dr., Minden, was arrested by WPSO on 6 counts of contempt of court and probation and parole violations.

Oct. 20

Marty Flow, 43, of Hickory St., Springhill, was arrested by Springhill PD for 2nd degree battery.

James D. White, 61, of the 200 block of Shane Dr., Minden, was arrested by WPSO for disturbing the peace by intoxication.

Stanley Jamelle Hawkins, 36, of the 400 block of Clerk St., Minden, was arrested by WPSO for non payment of child support.

Oct. 21

Charles Moss Bradley, 25, of the 100 block of Critter Creek, Minden, was arrested by WPSO after surrendering for active warrants for identity theft and theft.

Tychristopher Harris, 23, of the 800 block of Claiborne St., Minden, was arrested by MPD on a warrant for illegal possession of a stolen firearm.

Anthony Bissell, 25, of the 300 block of E. 3rd St., Homer, was arrested by WPSO on active warrants for failure to use seatbelt and improper child restraint.

Oct. 22

Matthew Reed Parker, 22, of Livingston, Texas, was arrested by MPD and LSP-G for aggravated flight and improper lane usage.

Oct. 23

James Alvin Compton, 60, of Benton, was arrested by Sarepta Police on warrants for controlled dangerous substance and battery.

Damarcian Dion McCutchen, 26, of Haynesville, was arrested by Cotton Valley Police for domestic abuse battery and simple criminal damage to property.

David Marcus Hicks, 49, of Haynesville, was arrested by WPSO as a fugitive from Claiborne Parish.

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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