Arrest report: 9-10-13

September 10, 2013 9:48:26 AM

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The following arrests were reported by the Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Department: 

 

 

 

  • Larry L. Tate, 26, was arrested by OCSO Sept. 2 and charged with petit larceny and receiving stolen property. He was released the next day on $968 bail. His court date has been scheduled for Oct. 15. 

     

  • Jimmy Ray Clary, 54, was arrested by OCSO Sept. 8 and charged with possession of a weapon by a felon. 

     

  • Dustin Kove Wright, 29, was arrested by OCSO Sept. 3 and charged with burglary. 

     

  • Tiffany Somerville, 38, was arrested by OCSO Sept. 3 and charged with shoplifting, disorderly conduct and failure to pay child support. She was released the next day. 

     

  • Paul Thompson, 48, was arrested by OCSO Sept. 3 and charged with sexual battery. Bond is set at $20,000. 

     

  • Shawn Darnell Rogers, 34, was arrested by OCSO Sept. 4 and charged with the sale of more than 30 grams of marijuana and violation of parole. 

     

  • Toriano Tyrone Green, 38, was arrested by OCSO Sept. 4 and charged with violation of probation and cyberstalking. 

     

  • Tammie Rochelle McGee, 40, was arrested by OCSO Sept. 4 and charged with the sale of a schedule one narcotic within 1500 feet of a church or school. She was released the same day on $10,000 bail. Her court date has been scheduled for Oct. 21. 

     

  • William G. Wilkerson, 53, was arrested by OCSO Sept. 5 and charged with arson. He was released the next day on $5,000 bail. His court date has been scheduled for Oct. 22. 

     

  • Lamarcus D. Logan, 37, was arrested by OCSO Sept.5 and charged with two counts of the sale of cocaine. Bail is set at $15,000. His court date has been scheduled for Oct. 21. 

     

  • Perry D. Gilbert, 51, was arrested by OCSO Sept. 6 and charged with arson. He was released the same day. His court date has been scheduled for Oct. 22. 

     

  • Travell McEwing, 21, was arrested by OCSO Sept. 6 and charged with disorderly conduct, public profanity and violation of probation. He was released the next day.