Minden Arrest Report: May 21-29

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Arrests for the week of May 21 through May 29

Minden Police Department

Levi Dance, 20, 200 block of Crestview Drive in Minden. Fugitive from Lincoln Parish.

Steve Studdard, 23, 200 block of W. Roosevelt in Minden. Charged with no driver’s license.

Heather Wiltcher, 22, 200 block of W. Roosevelt in Minden. Fugitive from Bossier Parish Sheriff’ Office.

John Riley Hollingsworth, 28. Charged with aggravated battery by domestic violence.

Kegan J. Sears, 17, 100 block of Couchwood Drive in Minden. Charged with drinking in public.

Decarrio Maknoy, 31, 1400 block of Lewisville Road in Minden. Charged with tumultuous activities.

Eddy Cato, 52, 100 block of Alexander Street in Minden. Charged with disturbing the peace by intoxication.

Nikki Lyons, 24, 800 block of Fincher Road in Minden. Charged with disturbing the peace by loud music.

Edward Pauley, 41, 5200 block of Highway 371 in Heflin. Charged with improper display, no drivers license, expired license plate,
loud mufflers, possession of Schedule II CDS (meth) with intent to distribute, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Kenneth Andy, 57, 100 block of Dodge Street in Minden. Charged with public drunkenness.

Tristin Waldron, 19, 3000 block of Clark Street in Minden. Charged with loitering.

Jacob Anderson, 22, 1400 block of Cynthia Lane in Bossier City. Charged with theft.

Gwendolyn McCann, 21, 500 block of West Marshall in Minden. Charged with failure to register vehicle and no driver’s license on
person.

Lakeedrick Mims, 28, 200 block of Virginia Avenue in Minden. Charged with disturbing the peace and public intoxication.

Edwin J. Schuler, 28, 600 block of McIntyre in Minden. Charged with running a stop sign, general speed, and possession of Schedule
I CDS (marijuana), third offense.

Michael Moffett, 30, 1210 Bonnie Lane in Minden. Charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and probation warrant.

Thomas Adams, 30, 700 block of Main Street in Minden. Charged with simple possession of Schedule I CDS (marijuana) and running a stop sign.

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