Parish jail report for Dec. 23-26, 2021

Published 8:20 am Monday, December 27, 2021

The following people were booked into the Washington Parish Jail, from Dec. 23, 2021, through Dec. 26, 2021:

Jerry Baker, contempt of court, resisting arrest by providing false booking info, fugitive other jurisdiction, distribution of Schedule I controlled dangerous substances (two counts), resisting arrest by flight

Clyde Smith, probation violation, protective order violation (two counts), failure to appear-misdemeanor

Kana Roberts, resisting a police officer with force or violence-13A (two counts)

Brad Badeaux, telephone communications-improper language-harassment-penalty

Wesley Williams, aggravated assault with a vehicle on an officer, resisting a police officer with force or violence-13A, resisting by flight-aggravated flight, failure to use turn signal, license plate light required, contempt of court (two counts)

Craig Painter, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, public intimidation and retaliation, resisting an officer, probation violation, possession of Schedule III drugs, introduction of contraband to correctional facility, driving under suspension, ran red light

Phillip Fowler, attempted home invasion, battery-simple, disturbing the peace-loud and abusive language, criminal trespass, resisting an officer

Dusty Hodges, contempt of court

Theresa Pittman, possession of Schedule I-tetrahydrocannabinols or synthetic cannabinoids, disturbing the peace-loud and abusive language, introduction of contraband to correctional facility

Denise Roberts, possession of Schedule I-tetrahydrocannabinols or synthetic cannabinoids, disturbing the peace-loud and abusive language

Marvin Carter, home invasion-simple, assault

LaQuincy Stewart, contempt of court (two counts), careless operation, driving under suspension

Christian Hutton, resisting an officer (two counts), carnal knowledge of juvenile-felony

James Singletary, resisting an officer (three counts), possession of Schedule II drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia

Malik Patterson, theft-$1,000 or more but less than $5,000