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Coffee County Jail Report

Coffee County Jail Report

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The following people were booked into the Coffee County Jail between October 4 and October 10. The information is in the following format: Name, Age, City/State of Residence, and Arrest Charge.

October 4

Charles Dunlap, 65, Daleville – public intoxication, failure to appear

Jeremy Richard, 34, Enterprise – arson 2nd

October 5

Tiffany Johnson-Rosario, 31, Enterprise – domestic violence 3rd

Ashley Moore, 41, Kinston – public intoxication

October 6

Jeremiah Barefoot, 30, Elba – probation violation

Arthur Sanders, 29, Elba – domestic violence 3rd

Brock Parrish, 26, Enterprise – domestic violence 3rd

Kyle Elmore, 24, Opp – probation violation

October 8

Lanina Sasser, 36, Enterprise – domestic violence 3rd, possession of marijuana 2nd, drug paraphernalia

Shelby Stephens, 24, Alabama – probation violation (x2)

Jodi Johnson, 41, Elba – possession of controlled substance (x2), possession of marijuana 2nd, drug paraphernalia, failure to appear (x3)

October 9

Walter Council, 38, Enterprise – bond revocation (x4)

Charles McClatchey, 32, Enterprise – drug court sanction

Bobbie Pennington, 52, Enterprise – illegal possession or fraudulent use of credit or debit card (x22)

October 10

Rick Burch, 49, Elba – burglary 3rd, resisting arrest

Alfredo Loredo, 21, Enterprise – failure to appear, bond revocation (x3)

Vermillion Dailey, 40, Enterprise – probation violation

Misty McGee, 46, Daleville – D.U.I. (controlled substance)

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