Bookings for June 23

  • Posted: Monday, June 23, 2014 5:33 p.m.

These are the bookings recorded for the Doris C. Gravat Detention Center for June 19-22. 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.

Robert Anthony Wiles, 47 — no proof of insurance bench warrant, receiving stolen goods $1,000 or less, animals creating a nuisance bench warrant

Carlton Frederick Odom, 35 — driving under suspension second offense, hold for Greenwood County

Donell Maurice Brown, 22 — contributing to the delinquency of a minor, open container of beer/wine, simple possession of marijuana

Zachary Thomas Chambers, 17 — assault and battery third degree

Ruben Manzanare Morales, 39 — no driver’s license, hold for Immigration Customs Enforcement

William Anthony Perry Jr., 21 — breach of trust with fraudulent intent

Paul Daniel Wright, 36 — trespassing on railroad tracks, simple larceny $1,000 or less, obtaining nonferrous metals unlawfully

John Joseph Clemente, 54 — assault and battery third degree

Carl Lewis Key, 23 — trespassing on railroad tracks, simple larceny, obtaining nonferrous metals unlawfully

Trelon Vishinski James, 34 — malicious injury to personal property injury value $2,000 or less, violation of probation

Maria Christina Laureano, 50 — malicious injury to a tree or house trespassing upon real property

Jeffery Wayne Gracey, 54 — shoplifting $1,000 or less

Gary Kenneth Toole, 41 — criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature

Aaron Matthew Banks, 22 — failure to pay bench warrant

Shariffe Breeland, 20 — resisting arrest/failure to comply

Cristy Lyn Esquivel, 35 — criminal domestic violence mutual

Joseph Lee Smith, 29 — shoplifting value $2,000 or less

Jaylen Raquan Lawrence, 18 — possession of a stolen pistol, unlawful carrying of a pistol

John Anthony Taylor Jr., 33 — hold for Mississippi, driving under suspension license not suspended for driving under the influence first offense, open container of beer or wine in motor vehicle, failure to return driver’s license after notice of suspension

Jamaris Tyvaughn Coleman, 21 — failure to comply

Terrance Neville McKie, 24 — failure to pay per order

Patrick Kelly Barnes, 46 — breaking into motor vehicles or tanks/pumps sentence, possession of other controlled substance first offense sentence, financial transaction card fraud sentence

Jose Remedio Cordova Lez, 17 — malicious injury to animals or property $1,000 to $5,000, criminal domestic violence mutual

James David Cullum, 46 — assault and battery third degree

Emerson Jimel Edwards, 17 — disorderly conduct/gross intoxication

Thomas Alexander Seay, 18 — shoplifting $1,000 or less

John Curtis Adams, 22 — criminal domestic violence first offense

Justin Leonardo Mayfield, 27 — criminal domestic violence second offense

Quayshawn Deanthony Cooper, 22 — criminal domestic violence first, second and third offense, hold for Georgia Probation, criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature

Jason Stephen Russo, 35 — assault and battery third degree, pointing and presenting firearms at a person

William James Pearson Jr., 37 — driving under suspension third offense bench warrant

Benjamin Allen Pelton, 32 — failure to pay child support

Kevin Jordan, 28 — failure to pay child support

Stephen Scott Anthony, 50 — disorderly conduct/gross intoxication

Donald Allen Anderson, 57 — manufacture, possession of other controlled substance in schedule I, II, III or flunitrazepam

Artie Edward Jones, 37 — vaccination of dogs and cats against rabies bench warrant, animals creating a nuisance bench warrant

Buford Duane Bishop, 50 — operating an uninsured vehicle bring before judge bench warrant

Devante LaPaul Kimbrough, 18 — receiving stolen goods value $2,000 or less bench warrant, giving false information to law enforcement fire department bench warrant

Samantha Paige Jones, 17 — assault and battery third degree, purchase or possession of beer or wine by a minor bench warrant, public disorderly conduct bench warrant

Alan Michael Bargeron, 22 — criminal domestic violence first, second and third offense, unlawful use of a telephone, simple larceny $1,000 or less

Alejandre Heredia Flores, 22 — forgery no dollar amount commitment

Charles Edward Harlin, 59 — assault and battery first degree

Patrick William Jordan, 29 — driving under the influence

Samuel Bryan Felton, 44 — possession of less than 1 gram of methamphetamine of cocaine

Anthony Verbanas, 75 — driving under the influence first offense

Paula Moody Padgett, 53 — shoplifting value $2,000 or less enhancement

Artis DeSean Hampton, 44 — uninsured vehicle operator second offense, expired tag, no South Carolina driver’s license second offense

Ada Mae Sanders, 46 — driving under suspension second offense

Charles Victor Bealler Jr., 46 — driving under suspension first offense must appear bench warrant, driving under suspension second offense, driving under the influence first offense

Juan Mendez, 25 — no valid driver’s license, driving under the influence first offense

John Steven Paxton, 53 — driving under the influence first offense

Malcom Jamel Williams, 23 — criminal domestic violence

Edward Junior Johnson, 40 — failure to comply must appear bench warrant, assault and battery third degree bench warrant

Landon John Yarosh, 22 — driving under the influence

Marc Anton Vines Jr., 27 — violation of Youthful Offenders Act conditional release

Lanny Norton Mest II, 47 — disorderly conduct/gross intoxication

Louie Rudolph Moseley III, 57 — disorderly conduct/gross intoxication

Jamie Glynn Hodges, 36 — shoplifting less than $2,000 first offense, possession of prescription drugs without a prescription

Tonya Myrtice Logue, 25 — hit and run duties of drive involved in accident with great bodily injury, operating an uninsured vehicle, driving under suspension first offense

Richard Darrell Bowles Jr., 31 — trespassing/entering premises after warning or refusing to leave request

Richard Michael Hogan, 39 — disorderly conduct/gross intoxication

Mandy Marie Fields, 38 — failure to pay, possession of other controlled substance in schedule I-V first offense, shoplifting first offense, exploitation of a vulnerable adult

Crystal Ann Rebeiro, 30 — trespassing after notice, shoplifting second offense, possession of a controlled substance first offense

Jesse Lee McDaniel, 23 — possession of drug paraphernalia bench warrant, speeding 73 mph in a 40 mph zone bench warrant

John Myers III, 49 — disorderly conduct

Devin Chandler Bridges, 20 — criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature

Colleen Lynn Ezell, 45 — driving under the influence second offense

Darwin Louis Robison Jr., 29 — shoplifting less than $2,000 first offense

Michael Samuel Alfano, 29 — possession, conceal, sell or dispose of stolen vehicle, failure to stop for blue lights, driving under suspension first offense, leaving the scene of an accident, disobeying a lawful order

Johnnie Kimbole Jr., 51 — disorderly conduct

Ginger Irene Samples, 33 — disorderly conduct/gross intoxication

Ronald Jonathan Gary, 31 — violation of a court order of protection bench warrant, possession, conceal, sell or dispose of a stolen vehicle, criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature, malicious injury to animals or property $1,000 to $5,000

Brittany Nicole Epps, 24 — assault and battery third degree six counts, assault and battery

Marquis Devon Hicks, 24 — drugs prohibited acts (B), criminal domestic violence first, second and third offense, unlawful conduct toward a child, simple larceny $1,000 or less, sex offender registry law

Willie Morris Jr., 34 — trespassing after notice, false information to police/fire, simple larceny $2,000 or less

Justin Leverne Cooper, 25 — contempt of court failure to respond to a subpoena

Aaron Justin Williams, 22 — driving under suspension

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