Detention Center Intake Log 10-24-2019 to 10-31-2019

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

This listing includes individuals who are booked into the Carroll County Detention Center. Charges may be reduced or dropped, and individuals are presumed innocent until being found guilty in court. As of Thursday, Oct. 31, a total of 101 inmates were being housed in the detention center.

Oct. 24

• Richard Lee Adams, 36, Eureka Springs, was booked on hold for Dallas County, Texas, on possession of a controlled substance.

• James Paul Hampel, 34, Green Forest, was booked on violation of no contact and domestic battery in the third degree.

• Amanda Ellen Henderson, 35, Green Forest, was booked on failure to appear.

• Danett Lynn Neely, 41, Berryville, was booked on possession of drug paraphernalia.

• Guy Stewart Razer, 61, Holiday Island, was booked on three counts of endangering the welfare of a minor in the second degree, disorderly conduct and harrassment.

• Isabel R. Salazar Turrubiate, 31, Huntsville, was booked on no proof of insurance, speeding and no driver’s license.

Oct. 25

• George Darryl Harris, 58, Eureka Springs, was booked on theft of property and financial identity fraud.

• Carrianne K. Henry, 44, Berryville, was booked on driving on suspended license due to driving while intoxicated.

• John Wayne Hood, 39, Green Forest, was booked on possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to appear on battery in the second degree.

• Marissa Ann Teresa Lebel, 40, Green Forest, was booked on failure to appear on shoplifting, hold for Washington county on failure to appear on possession, hold for Huntsville on failure to appear on theft of property, and hold for Johnson County on failure to pay on shoplifting.

• James Shane Marshall, 49, Green Forest, was booked on court commitment.

• Raymond Gaige Miller, 24, Harrison, was booked on public intoxication.

• Jeremy Don Thompson, 31, Harrison, was booked on two-day court commitment.

Oct. 26

• Shane Lewis Shelman, 24, Berryville, was booked on two-day court commitment.

Oct. 27

• Jacquelyn Judith Bolen, 18, Berryville, was booked on driving while intoxicated on drugs and use of cell phone while operating a vehicle.

• Franklin Travis Edwards, 40, Green Forest, was booked on five-day court commitment.

• Dennis Dean Griesenauer, 56, Rogers, was booked on possession of controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, hold for Benton County and headlights off.

• Shasta Ann Leggett, 46, Berryville, was booked on three-day court commitment.

• Shadow Joe Lillig, 29, Eureka Springs, was booked on arson, burglary, theft of property and fleeing.

• Mark L. Mattmiller, 61, Eureka Springs, was booked on domestic battery in the third degree.

• Samuel Roberts McLeod, 40, Green Forest, was booked on failure to appear on possession of controlled substance, failure to appear, driving on suspended driver’s license and careless and prohibited driving.

Oct. 28

• April Maria Barker, 41, Green Forest, was booked on failure to appear.

• Adrian Paul Goings, 36, Eureka Springs, was booked on battery in the third degree.

• Guy Dermott Holmes, 53, Eureka Springs, was booked on criminal trespassing and resisting arrest.

• Tommy Lewis Jerrell, 45, Omaha, was booked on two-day court commitment.

• Keith Lauren McLeod, 56, Green Forest, was booked on domestic battery in the third degree.

Oct. 29

• Leslie Jean Draper, 52, Eureka Springs, was booked on driving while intoxicated, careless and prohibited driving and no proof of insurance.

• Darice Jonella Kane, 35, Harrison, was booked on public intoxication and two-day court commitment.

• William Corning Wallace, 47, Eureka Springs, was booked on court commitment.

Oct. 30

• Christopher Eugene Abbott, 38, Berryville, was booked on failure to appear on possession of drug paraphernalia.

• Nathan Michael Cessor, 27, Harrison, was booked on failure to appear.

• Katie Lynn McElroy, 25, Harrison, was booked on one-day court commitment.

Oct. 31

• Milton Alisard Ochoa-Gomez, 27, Green Forest, was booked on public intoxication and obstructing government operations.