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Leesville Police Department's arrest report

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LEESVILLE, La. (KALB News Channel 5) The Leesville Police Dept. released the following arrest stats for October 25-31, 2013.

Brandon Coty Bennett, 27, booked October 30, for Contempt of Court FTA-Arraignment. Bond: $5,000.00

Deanna Dowden Bordelon, 32, booked October 27, for Theft over $500 and Possession of CDS-Schedule II. Bond: $7,000.00

Jimmy Alvis Brooks, 20, booked October 26, for Driving Under Suspension and Speeding 10 Over. Bond: $1,000.00

Cassandra Chapman, 22, booked October 25, for Prohibited Acts-Drug Paraphernalia. Bond: $1,000.00

David Robert Coffin, 36, booked October 26, for Theft by Shoplifting. Bond: $1,000.00  

Brenda Dunn, 56, booked October 28, for Theft by Shoplifting. Bond: $1,000.00

George Michael Evans, 28, booked October 30, for Criminal Trespass-Immovable Land/Structure. Bond: $500.00

Trevon Devante Hairston, 18, booked October 30, for Simple Assault and Criminal Damage to Property. Bond: $2,000.00

Frank James Hamby II, 45, booked October 25, for Schedule II-Manuf/Distrib/Possess with Intent and Prohibited Acts-Drug Paraphernalia, OWI-2nd, Improper Lane Usage, Failure to Change Address and Possession of Alcoholic Beverages in Motor Vehicle. Bond: $2,428.00

Roger D. Jeane, 53, booked October 25, for Following too Close with Accident, Driving under Suspension and Careless Operation. Bond: $1,500.00

Christopher Dwayne Johnson, 22, booked October 30, for Contempt of Court FTA- Arraignment. Bond: $5,000.00

Timothy Brent Kellam, 27, booked October 29, for Simple Criminal Damage to Property. Bond: $3,500.00

Kristen Lynn Legg, 23, booked October 29, for Simple Battery. Bond: $1,000.00

Terrence Obryan Reynolds, 28, booked October 29, for Domestic Abuse Battery. Bond: $10,000.00

Kerry Edwin Vaughan, 49, booked October 28, for Careless Operation with Accident and Driving Under Suspension. Bond: $1,000.00

Claude Jason Willis, 35, booked October 27, for Hit and Run, Reckless Operation, Vehicular Negligent Injuring,  OWI-4th and Over and Vehicle Entering Highway from Private Road. Bond: $12,502.

James Edward Wilson, 27, booked October 30, for Driving Under Suspension and License Plate Light. Bond: $1,000.00   

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