• George Barrington, 56, Route #2, Beaulah, Ala.; indecent exposure.
• Terry Dorsey, 37, 135 Betty Drive, Monroe; driving under suspension and improper lane usage.
• Lebrandon Nealon, 22, 216 Ollie St., Rayville; disturbing the peace (loud music).
• Roshell Miles, 25, 110 Ancestry St., Rayville; damage to property greater than $100.
• Paris Wilson, 22, 114 A North Circle Drive, Rayville; damage to property greater than $100.
• Joseph Smith, 30, 109 Brown St., Rayville; damage to property greater than $100.
• Christine Brown, 33, 1005 Martin Luther King Drive, Rayville; battery.
• Samuel Jones, 34, 301 McCaa St., Rayville; contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
• Marcellus Murphy, 37, 432 Dacron St., Rayville; battery.
• Monica Dempsey, 31, 2144 Magnolia St., Rayville; disturbing the peace by fighting.
• Antrown McGarr, 27, 108 Ruth St., Rayville; disturbing the peace, battery, damage to property and battery.
• Tiffany Barker, 24, 202 Jewel St., Rayville; damage to property.
• Christopher Kindrix, 24, 6737 Sonnyboy Weldel Road, Bastrop; disturbing the peace.
• Sarah Buford, 23, 243 Tiger Creek Road, Farmerville; disturbing the peace.
• John Kelly, 33, 610 Scott St., Rayville; simple battery and three counts of damage to property.
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A total of 34 traffic citations were issued by the Rayville Police Department this week. That number includes 16 for speeding, five for no seatbelt, four for expired motor vehicle inspection sticker, three for no child restraint and one each for careless operation, no driver’s license, no proof of insurance, no registration, failure to yield with an accident and careless operation with an accident.
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Rayville Police Chief Willie Robinson continues to express to the public the importance of a partnership between law enforcement and the community.
“It is through working together that we become successful in making our community as safe as can be,” he said. “Our goal is to make our town and surrounding areas a place that we can feel safe to work, play, worship, raise and educate our children, retire and live a comfortable life.”
Therefore, he is asking each concerned citizen to report any suspicious activity to the Rayville Police Department so that it can be checked out. Chief Robinson further states that he has increased patrols and each officer will be checking neighborhoods thoroughly for antying that appears to be unusual.
On a brighter note, the chief hopes everyone had a safe, peaceful and joyous Easter celebration.