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The following people were booked into the Jackson County jail during the latest available reporting period, Nov.20-22:

Jacob Cockery, 38, 4897 Damascus Church Road, Graceville, sentenced to 60 days county jail.

Jeremiah Castro, 20, 391 Pearl St., Marianna, sentenced to county jail.

Tony Misner, 36, 763 5th St., Chipley, disorderly conduct.

Bobby Loveless, 72, 124 Old Moore’s Mill Road, Bremen, GA, failure to appear (driving while license suspended or revoked/habitual.

Tahkheem Johnson, 19, 1010 Harris Drive (Apt. 42), Ozark, AL , battery-domestic violence, unlicensed carrying of a concealed firearm.

Dominique Jackson, 35, 2934 New Hope Road, Marianna, grand theft of firearm, petit theft, grand theft motor vehicle, retail theft, non-payment of child support.

Keith Winterbottom, 38, 213 Stroud Drive, Lebanon, Texas, disorderly intoxication.

Shaletha Harvey, 37, 5209 Wilmington Court, Campbellton, aggravated assault with deadly weapon, armed trespass.

Ivy Diaz, 25, 5280 10th St., Malone, failure to appear (grand theft motor vehicle—two counts).

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