Jail Mugs

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WEEKS, JESSICA LYNN

BOOKING DATE: DEC 26 2014 CHARGE: USE OR POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA POSS GIVING FALSE PERSONAL IDENTITY TO PEACE OFFICER FAIL TO APPEAR ON CITATION ...


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SMITH, SHAWN MICHAEL

BOOKING DATE: DEC 26 2014 CHARGE: RETAIL THEFT (SHOPLIFTING)


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YOUNG, JEREMY JOSEPH

BOOKING DATE: DEC 26 2014 CHARGE: POSSESSION OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON BY RESTRICTED POSS C/S WITH IN CORRECTIONAL FACILITY PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES BY PEDESTRIAN...


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MATUS, DAVID JESSE

BOOKING DATE: Dec 23 2014 CHARGE: UNKNOWN


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STAFFORD, PATRICK SAMSON

BOOKING DATE: Dec 23 2014 CHARGE: OSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA CRIMINAL MISCHIEF




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COOMBS, BRANDON KC

BOOKING DATE: Dec 23 2014 CHARGE: HOLD


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MOA, SIONE TOA

BOOKING DATE: Dec 23 2014 CHARGE: HOLD


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ARD, SCOTT ARTHUR

BOOKING DATE: Dec 23 2014 CHARGE: HOLD


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RUTISHAUSER, LEONA EDNA

BOOKING DATE: Dec 23 2014 CHARGE: ASSAULT CHILD ABUSE COMMISSION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN THE PRESENCE OF


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CISNEROS, ROBERT JOSE

BOOKING DATE: Dec 23 2014 CHARGE: POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA DRIVING WITH MEASURABLE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE IN THE BODY ...


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YOUNG, JEREMY JOSEPH

BOOKING DATE: DEC 26 2014 CHARGE: POSSESSION OF A DANGEROUS WEAPON BY RESTRICTED POSS C/S WITH IN CORRECTIONAL FACILITY PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES BY PEDESTRIAN...


JACK, KELSIE MACOLE

BOOKING DATE: DEC 25 2014 CHARGE: DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL/DRUGS IMPROPER USAGE OF LANES