• Antonio Grace, 28, 410 Cotton St., Rayville; battery.
• Terry Anderson, 35, 108 Dill St., Rayville; domestic abuse – battery.
• Edward Booker, 36, 316 Morgan St., Rayville; driving under suspension.
•Tornaudo Sledge, 22, 12-C South Circle, Rayville; disturbing the peace.
• Sequoia Sledge, 24, 316 Russell St., Apt. 50, Rayville; disturbing the peace.
• John Coates, 20, 662 Hwy. 134, Rayville; shoplifting.
• James Ambers Sr., 54, 101 Hibbler St., Rayville; domestic abuse – battery.
• Tyrone Reynolds, 36, 1630 Hwy. 15, Lot 5, Rayville; driving under suspension.
• Martina Walker, 24, 408 8th St., Winnsboro; interference with a police investigation.
•Jamarious Parker, 20, 127 Flint Road, Winnsboro; disturbing the peace – noise.
• Three juveniles were arrested. One was charged with shoplifting and two with property damage over $100.
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A total of 22 traffic citations were issued by the Rayville Police Department this week. That number includes 17 for speeding and one each for no driver’s license in possession, reckless operation with an accident, improper turn with an accident, careless operation with an accident and no child restraint.
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Rayville Police Chief Willie Robinson would like to ask all citizens of Rayville to continue to report any suspicious activity to his office.
“This will help us to keep your neighborhood safe and to prevent crimes from occurring,” he said. “I also encourage parents to continue to work with us in keeping our youth off the streets after curfew hours. I’ve found that this method helps us to save our youth. We must continue to steer our youth in the right direction.”
Chief Robinson also asks those who failed to appear for their scheduled court date or still has fines which have not been paid to do so as soon as possible. Sgt. Jerry Walker is assigned to handle bench warrants in order to minimize the outstanding warrant list. Those with warrants or fines are asked to contact the police department at 728-4431 to make sure their business is taken care of.
Chief Robinson and his staff wish everyone a happy Valentine’s Day and states that he and his staff will continue to move the town forward in a way that everyone can be proud of.