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Albemarle Police reports arrests, charges

Albemarle Police Department reports the following:

  • Montrell Dakota Brewer, 22, failure to stop at stop sign, flashing red light. April 27.
  • Cameron Xavier Mack, 25, no operator’s license. April 27.
  • Alana McKenzie Coe, 23, driving while license revoked, impaired. April 27.
  •  Jacob Tyler Morton, 26, driving while license revoked, not impaired. April 27.
  •  Lino Justino Toral, 41, no operators license. April 27.
  • Jordan Shepherd, 18, failure to stop at stop sign/flashing red light. April 27.
  • Jack Arthur Squires, 38, driving while license revoked, impaired. April 27.
  • Jamie Lynn Burris, 33, motorcycle/moped helmet, passenger citation. April 27.
  • Torrence Octavius Drye, 45, felony probation violation. April 28.
  • Richard Lee Kuchenbrod, 31, second-degree trespassing. April 28.
  • Danielle Michelle Crompton, 37, identity theft. April 28.
  • Douglas Edward Kearns, 29, communicate threats. April 28.
  • Tracey Jerry Brewer, 27, misdemeanor failure to appear. April 28.
  • Trancy Bashawn Youngblood, 37, assault on a female, assault on a child under 12. April 28.
  • Ann Marie Mathis, 32, breaking or entering. April 28.
  • Marian Denise Hinson, 48, driving while license revoked, not impaired, possession of open container, passenger area. April 28.
  • Erwin Elmer Chavis, 26, possession of open container, passenger area. April 28.
  • Raukeem Lamiek Duncan, 26, driving while license revoked, not impaired. April 28.
  • Carla Jo Garris, 41, driving while license revoked, not impaired. April 28.
  • John Franklin Lowery, 41, possession of open container, passenger area. April 28.
  • Darius Lee Smith, 39, no operator’s license. April 28.
  • Tracey Jerry Brewer, 27, driving while license revoked, impaired. April 28.
  • Christopher Robert Stirewalt, 31, driving while license revoked, not impaired. April 28.
  • Norbella Solis Albarran, 34, no operator’s license. April 28.
  •  Jose Hernadez, 37, no operator’s license. April 28.
  • Dominique Simone Gould, 20, no operator’s license. April 28.

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