The types of warrants can be bench warrants, which are issued by Zachary City Court Judge Lonny Myles, or affidavit warrants written and issued by police officers or detectives.
Police Chief David McDavid said he and the department intend to take a more aggressive approach in locating individuals with outstanding warrants. "One way is to continue publishing the warrants in the paper and online, but also to begin featuring the photos of individuals with multiple warrants and who cannot be located," McDavid said. "It's not necessarily the severity of the crime but that these individuals cannot be located."
McDavid said the ZPD considers all offenses and violations serious ones, and they will continue to do everything possible to clear the warrants from the city court dockets.
The following persons, with last known Zachary addresses, have failed to appear in Zachary City Court for multiple offenses.
If you know the whereabouts of these individuals, please contact the ZPD at 654-1905.
• Tonya Golden, 40, last known to reside at 3675 Nelson St., is wanted for no driver's license issued and motor vehicle inspection sticker required.
• Bradley A. Hargrove, 45, last known to reside at 1596 Royal Troon Court, is wanted for first-offense DWI, improper lane usage, drinking in motor vehicle prohibited, resisting an officer, speeding, no driver's license on person, reckless operation of vehicle, simple criminal damage to property and failure to report accident.
• Brandon Phillips, 29, last known to reside at 4684 Avenue D, is wanted for failure to appear for a peeping tom offense, entry/remaining after forbidden and resisting an officer.
• Richard Stevison, 20, address unknown, has an outstanding warrant for second-degree battery.