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Calls for Service:
5335 Fairley Mills Rd/Vancleave: William Lunsford reported that a bucket of his tools and a camouflage jacket was taken by Tyrone Jackson when Tyrone was moving out.
15300 Dismuke Avenue 7B/St. Martin: Deputies responded to a complaint of an unattended three-year old walking near the roadway. Child Protection Services contacted.
6721 Washington Avenue (The Reserves)/St. Martin: Melissa Gail Billingsley reported an unknown person caused damage to her vehicle.
Old Biloxi near Cruthirds Road/St. Martin: Harold Hardy reported Jackson County Road Department caused damaged to his vehicle.
12424 Highway 57/Vancleave: Charlotte Williams reported her daughter Paisley Williams as a runaway. Paisley is adopted and has possibly runaway to her biological mother’s residence somewhere in St. Martin. Paisley has been treated for depression and self-harm in the past.
9918 Seaman Road/St. Martin: Dollar General store clerk, Amber Danley, reported an individual by the name of Carlos (unknown last name) threatened her while she was working.
9918 Seaman Road/St. Martin: A clerk at the Dollar General on Seaman Rd. reported an unknown person shoplifted numerous items and ran out of the store.
2709 N 13th Street/St. Andrews –Gulf Park Estates: Charges signed Guadalupe Gonzalo Castro Hernandez for Careless Driving and Failure to Comply with Law Enforcement after he fled on foot from a traffic stop into his residence. Vehicle towed by Mitchell’s Towing.
Walker Road at Rose Farm Road/St. Martin: Dalton Williams was cited for Simple Possession.
Hwy 614/Hurley: Donald Lavergne reported striking a deer with his vehicle as he travelled east on Hwy 614.
6412 Washington Ave. (Walmart)/St. Martin: Walmart manager, Jason Gooch reported a black male came into the store and threatened an employee, Latoya Lewis, with a bat. The black male was identified as Donald Trautman, boyfriend of Porsche Hawkins, another employee of Walmart.
6309 Silvercliff/St Andrews: Bryan Purvis called and reported that an unidentified white male ran up his driveway and stole his Magellan 75qt ice chest sometime during the night. Home video footage available.
15501 Prairie Street/St. Martin: Roselene Haley appeared to die from natural causes. CID notified and Coroner notified. Death Scene Checklist was completed.
6941 Oakhurst/St Andrews: Darrell Johnson reported a pit bull running loose and harassing his kids and not letting them play in their yard. Johnson stated that the pit bull is also aggressive.
21720 Old River Road/Vancleave: Jason Lightsey reported that the SD Cards was stolen from two game cameras located on his property. At time of pass on, 118 was headed back to the residence for a possible man in the woods watching his kids play.
12600 Highway 57 "Miss Heathers" / Vancleave: Joshua Walker reported that his mother, who is an employee of his gas station, Shirley Walker, and a fellow co-worker Tina Creamer, got into a physical altercation inside the store.
22001 Holly Hock/Hurley: Kaylee M. Alvey reported her father, Scott Alvey, drove by her residence and was harassing her.
Poticaw Bayou Road and Boggy Branch Road/Vancleave:
Bryan Smith reported being forced off the roadway by an unknown female driver. Picture taken.
6249 Byron Drive/St. Martin: John Mitchell Jr reported his son, John Mitchell III, physically assaulted him. Mitchell Jr was referred to Justice Court to file charges.
14000 Wilfred Seymour Road/St. Martin: The owner of Double Shoppe One Stop reported an unknown individual came into the store acting abnormal towards his employees.
12600 Highway 57 "Miss Heathers"/Vancleave: Shirley Walker reported, while she was working at "Miss Heathers" gas station, Kristy Creamer came into the store and threatened her with bodily harm.
5100 Orange Grove/State Line: Kimberly Renee Bock was arrested for public intoxication.
Lemoyne Boulevard/St. Martin: Tamara Lynn Jones was arrested for driving under the influence 1st offense, no insurance and careless driving, during a traffic stop.