These are the bookings recorded for the Doris C. Gravat Detention Center for Dec. 30, 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.


Michael Anthony Peterson, 46 — family court/violating an order two counts


Gregory Paul Stevens Jr., 20 — use of a vehicle without permission, assault and battery third degree, assault and battery first degree


Desi Orlando Nash, 38 — attempted murder


Kaelin Avente Kearse, 19 — operating an uninsured vehicle, simple larceny $1,000 or less


Natasha Jarnagin Lard, 34 — criminal domestic violence


Scottie Lejune Lard, 35 — criminal domestic violence fist, second and third offense


Darryl Gene Jackson Jr., 26 — trespassing after notice


Henry Kenneth Walker, 61 — failure to pay child support three counts, possession of cocaine first offense general sessions court bench warrant


Andrew Miller Jr., 48 — driving under suspension second offense two counts


Robert JR West Jr., 46 — trespassing after notice, assault and battery third degree


Melissa Dianne Boone, 30 — violation of probation, shoplifting value $2,000 or less bench warrant


Willie Robert Martin, 58 — trespassing after notice, shoplifting third offense


Uriah Urian Williams, 33 — criminal domestic violence first, second and third offense


Cheyenne Elizabeth Decell, 19 — hold for Aiken County Sheriff’s Office


Michael Andrew Myers, 30 — shoplifting value $2,000 or less, criminal domestic violence, assault and battery third degree, failure to obey a traffic control device, providing false information, driving under suspension


James Sydnor Willis II, 33 — hold for Aiken County Sheriff’s Office two counts


Larry Gibbs, 33 — trespassing


Joseph Quezada, 30 — disorderly conduct, simple possession of marijuana


Kevin Maurice Benjamin, 33 — open container, no South Carolina driver’s license first offense