Note: The Arrest Report is submitted by the Panola County Sheriff’s Office. The persons named here have been charged with a crime but have not been convicted.
Arrested Friday, November 29, 2019 were:
Paige Dena Landers, 27, by Carthage Police Department Officer Venesia Schroth for public intoxication.
Serena Josette Luman, 44, by Panola County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Calahan Malone pursuant to Rusk County warrant/grand jury indictment/theft of property valued less than $2,500 with two or more previous conditions.
Christopher Ernie Capps, 30, by Carthage Police Office Arron Whiddon pursuant to Rusk County warrants/criminal nonsupport, no driver’s license (when unlicensed) (two counts), violate promise to appear (uniform act), and speeding.
Paige Dena Landers, 27, by Carthage Police Department Sergeant Jesus Martinez for criminal trespass.
Arrested Saturday, November 30, 2019 were:
Marcus Shawntay Henderson, 38, by Carthage Police Department Officer Mark Mutina pursuant to Gregg County warrant/driving while license invalid.
Bobby Rroy Hinton Jr., 41, by Carthage Police Department Investigator Brack LaGrone for public intoxication, possession of drug paraphernalia, and fail to identify giving false/fictitious information.
Arrested Sunday, December 1, 2019 were:
James Oliver Sneed, 00, by Carthage Police Department Officer Aaron Whiddon for public intoxication.
Felipe Ponce Arellano Jr., 19, by Department of Public Safety Trooper Kaleb Bullock for driving while intoxicated.
Arrested Monday, December 2, 2019 were:
Joe Arthur Benefield Jr., 29, by Panola County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Philip Grimes pursuant to Harrison County warrant/ capias/ possession controlled substance penalty group one measuring between four and 200 grams.
Christopher Kendell Bowens, 38, by Panola County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Ronnie Endsley pursuant to local warrant/ attorney general warrant/ criminal non support.
Robert Walter McEnturff, 39, by Panola County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Ronnie Endsley pursuant to local warrants/terroristic threat, harassment and terroristic threat of family/household.
Hannah Elisabeth Parker, 24, by Panola County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Ronnie Endsley pursuant to local warrant/failure to identify giving false or fictitious information.