EPD reports

The Eupora Police Department investigated these charges/incidents during September:

Speeding, 22; suspended driver’s license, three; suspended driver’s license (implied consent), one; no driver’s license, one; no driver’s license (expired), one; no tag, three; expired tag, one; switched tag, one; no insurance, seven; seatbelt violation, one;

disregard for traffic device (four-way stop at Clark Avenue/Highway 9), one; improper equipment-one headlight, two; leaving the scene of an accident, one; improper passing, one; reckless driving, one; disorderly conduct, two;

disturbance of a family, one; disturbing the peace, one; dog and animal control violation, one; noise violation, one; trespassing, two; unattended death, one; shoplifting, one; petit larceny (air tank, miscellaneous equipment), one;

contempt warrants served, one; possession of beer, two; possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle, one; simple assault, six; stolen prescription, one; identity theft, one; stolen vehicle, one; DUI-3rd offense, one; and burglary of a dwelling (laptop), one.

The EPD investigated nine traffic accidents, and made these felony and misdemeanor arrests:

Felony

James Antoine Hatchett: DUI-3rd, suspended DL (implied consent) and speeding 51/35).

Misdemeanors

George Howard Ashford: leaving the scene of an accident.

Magna Leann Breazeale: careless driving and suspended DL.

Nigel Cole Breazeale: ; possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle, improper equipment and possession of beer.

Anderson Carr: disturbing the peace.

Crystal Duncan: simple assault-attempt to create fear (two counts).

Tiffany Foo: disorderly conduct.

Isaac Gunn: shoplifting.

Tony Johnson: simple assault.

Juvenile: simple assault.

Juvenile: simple assault.

Minnita Marshall: possession of beer and expired tag.

Darius Potts: disorderly conduct.

Jamaal G. Pulliam: suspended DL and expired tag.

Shamia Robinson: contempt warrant.

Roger Turner: simple assault.

Paul D. Watson Jr.: suspended DL and switched tag.

EDITOR’S NOTE: An arrest does not mean the accused is guilty. U.S. citizens are presumed innocent until they are proved guilty in court.