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County sheriff reports for March 11 through March 17, 2017, edition

During the week of March 11- 17, 2017, the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office responded to 176 complaints and seven domestic incidents; served 87 civil papers; made 44 transports and provided four funeral escorts.

Those charged were:

Tiffany N. Carnes, 35, of Brewton, for harassment and bond revocation.

Kay A. Madewell, 27, of Brewton, for failure to appear.

Britton T. Ikner, of Atmore, for  negotiating a worthless negotiable instrument.

Tyrell Waddell, 33, of Atmore, for domestic violence III.

Tocoreanun L. Johnson, 38, Atmore, for tampering with evidence and possession of marijuana, II.

James G. McGougin, 29, of East Brewton, for failure to appear.

Enrico M. Ramieri, 28, of Atmore, for negotiating a worthless negotiable instrument.

Gary T. Reeves, of Castleberry, for negotiating a worthless negotiable instrument.

David F. Bodiford, 41, of Monroeville, for promoting prison contraband.

Van Roy Daw, 28, of Red Level, for domestic violence, third degree and harassment.

Marcus A. Crawford, 26, of Brewton, was charged with revocation of community corrections.

Alexus A. Bailey, 22, of Brewton, for bond revocation.

Thomas L. Cofield, 48, of Century, Fla., for probation violation.

William S. Baker, 18, of Brewton, for bond revocation.

Brandon L. Hawkins, 23, of Frisco City, for assault, III.

Jarred M. Perrone, 31, of Gulf Port, Miss., for theft of property, I.

Donnie W. Brown, 53, of Atmore, for receiving stolen property, III.

Charles E. Brown, 70, of Atmore, for failure to appear.

Jessica Sawyer, 34, of Atmore, for violation of probation.

Lamikeal D. Banks, 21, of Atmore, for harassment.