These are the bookings recorded for the Doris C. Gravat Detention Center for Oct. 16, 2013. Some of the people listed may not have actually spent time in jail if they posted bond and were released. Although those listed have been arrested and charged, that does not mean they have been found guilty. All bookings may be viewed online by visiting www.aikenstandard.com and clicking on the “Crime” tab.
Dewayne Lanham — driving under the influence second offense
Christine Dozier — driving under the influence
Lakeeda Minus — driving under the influence, open container of beer/wine, simple possession of marijuana
Russell Kendrick — receiving stolen goods $1,000 or less
Devante Williams — receiving stolen goods $1,000 or less
Donna Evans — malicious injury to personal property
Israel Bryant — criminal domestic violence sentence
Antonio Stallings — attempted bank fraud, forgery less than $5,000 two counts, crimes against a federal finance institution
Fredrick Prothro — hold for Fulton County, Ga.
Norman Dunbar — crimes against a federal finance institution, federally chartered or insured financial institution crime
Zachary Sims — obtaining goods by false pretense less than $1,000, solicitation without a permit
Kendra Morris — obtaining goods by false pretense less than $1,000, solicitation without a permit
Victor Fuewell — possession with intent to distribute marijuana second offense
Otis Owens Jr. — criminal domestic violence first offense, grand larceny $5,000 or more
Jeremy Ready — trespassing/entering a premises after warning or refusing to leave on request
Tawanda Harding — hold for Allendale County
Alison Thomas — failure to pay child support bench warrant two counts
Anthony Dagrava — criminal domestic violence first offense
Joey Roundtree — theft of electric current
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