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Sheriffs Report

During the week of Nov. 18, the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office responded to 155 complaints and eight wwdomestic calls; served 55 civil papers; and performed 27 transports, one domestic escort, and three funeral escorts. Arrested were:

• Cherrie Hodge, 36, of East Brewton for a violation of parential school attendance.

• Lamar T. Brown, 42, of Atmore for a violation of probation.

• Cody Lawrence, 29, of Brewton for a violation of probation.

• Richard L. Brown, 32, of East Brewton for a revocation of community corrections.

• Kadarius R. Daily, 22, of East Brewton for escape I and two counts of revocation of community corrections.

• Ricardo G. Fisher, 54, of Atmore for a violation of probation.

• Jermaine L. Smith, 31, of Flomaton for attempting to elude.

• Konsequila Palmer, 41, of Atmore for two counts of failure to appear.

• Edward Spicer, 44, of Brewton for failure to appear.

• Ava N. Johnson, 26, of Brewton for failure to appear.

• Wiley B. Tait, of Atmore for domestic violence III.

• Lorenda M. McCall, 22, of Atmore for domestic violence.

• Richard L. Waldrop, 42, of Parker, Fla. for domestic violence strangulation, two counts of child abuse, and two counts of aggravated child abuse.

• Alice R. Morrow, 47, of Atmore for harassing communications.

• Jessica Spears, 27, of Brewton for harassing communications.

• Marcus A. McDowell, 33, of Atmore for failure to appear.

• Anthony D. Banks, 24, of Brewton for failure to appear.

• Lastarya M. Brown, 34, of Flomaton for failure to appear.

• Terrell Smith, 22, of Brewton for failure to appear.