Busy run-up to holiday weekend for authorities

Recent Rapides Parish Jail felony bookings. Arrests are accusations, not convictions:

June 27

Levy Bordelon, 45, Deville — Possession illegal length firearm, Possession firearm by convicted felon;

Zyana Hughes, 21, Alexandria — Aggravated assault with firearm;

Stephen Reed, 39, Pineville — Aggravated domestic abuse.

June 28

John Rougeau, 54, Boyce — Intimidation non-consensual use of private image, Intimidation non-consensual disclosure of private image.

June 29

Jose Antonio, 38, Forest Hill — Simple assault with child present domestic abuse battery with child present;

Allen Bell, 46, Alexandria — Weapons by convicted felon, three counts, Illegal carrying by felon illegal firearm;

Kaden Jones, 18, Pollock — Aggravated assault domestic abuse battery strangulation, Aggravated assault with firearm, Kidnapping simple;

Jartavius McCree, 22, Alexandria — Aggravated resisting arrest with force or violence;

Casey Strother, 18, Ball — Illegal possession stolen firearm;

David Tabor Jr., 54, Pineville — Possession of firearm by convicted felon.

June 30

James Cheek Sr., 31, Deville — Flight from officer;

John Doggett Jr., 33, Alexandria — Sexual battery;

Daniel Morris Jr, 32, Pineville — Flight from officer;

Nathan Rains, 31, Hineston — Aggravated battery with child present domestic abuse battery with child present, three counts;

Tyler Robinson, 32, Alexandria — Domestic abuse aggravated assault child endangerment;

Shannon Thrasher, 47, Alexandria — Kidnap: aggravated of a child.

July 1

Andrew Mixon, 31, Pineville — Domestic abuse battery strangulation;

Kenneth Setliff, 36, Pineville — Aggravated strangle domestic abuse battery strangulation, False imprisonment;

Kelvin Simon, 30, Alexandria — Illegal possession firearm by convicted felon, Stolen firearm, Flight from officer.

July 2


July 3

Johnny Bryant, 58, Cheneyville — Resisting arrest, Robbery 1st degree;

Armando Magallon, 38, Boyce — Battery aggravated, two counts. 

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.