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He s accused of selling a television and stereo turntable which was taken in a burglary at the Cinnamon Ridge Apart- ments on Columbus Drive in ]-hm- mond on March 28. according to reports Investigator Kerry' Dangerfield and Ernest Lavigne of the Hammond Police Department made that arrest. according to reports. lnvestiqators Westmoreland and Sticker also arrested Anthony Oallo. 19,, Booker Road. Harnmond on a charge of receiving stolen things April ] 1. Gailo is accused of possessing three truck jacks stolen from S&W Wholesale Meat Co. around April 9 Investigators said they recovered the jacks upon making ihe arrest April 11 night at about  o'clock Booked on an auto theft charge was Donnie Whitehead. 18, Springfield He is accused of taking a ]977 Dodge from the rear of the Edgewood Grocery on La 22 east of Ponchatoula on March 27, according to arresting inves- tigators Mike Sticker and Larry West  moreland. He was arrested Friday on the charge of stealing the car. w'hich had a reported value of $850. Two counts of theft were filed against Earl Watts. 21. 122 Maryland St.. Hammond Friday. According to re- ports, the thefts involved checks stolen from to area residents and cashed at a err)re on [}:e Morns Road near Ham- mond and at a branch of Citizens National Bank in Hamrnond. both for more than $100. according to war- rants Investigator Kerry Dangerfield. deputy Roy Allbritton and Lt Brunell Chal)pell made that arrest at the Dagg Reid Apartments on North Orange Street in Hammond Deputy Darwin Givens arrested a Baytown, Texas man on charges of interferin 9 with the proper custody of children and aggravated battery Sun- day Arrested in Hammond was Michael E Holland. 25 Bayton. Tcx He is accused of going to the residence of his ex-.ife at the Coleman Trailer Park in the Hammond area. taking two child',n and hitting the woman wth a large stick, according to arrest records. The incident occurred Sunday also. Deputies arrested a man and placed him in the parish ;ail involving a fight at the Strawberry Festival in Ponchatoula Saturday Booked on charges of dis- turbing the peace by fighting and violently resisting an officer was Jessie Gattin. 27. 680 West 1 hh St., Poncha- toula He is accused of being involved in a fight Saturday at about 7 p m. at the festival grounds with workers in a booth selling crawfish. Charged with possession of stolen property Saturday was Anthony, Oallo. ]9. Second Booker Road. Hammond. He is accused of possessing a green lawn mower reported stolen from a resident of the Old Covington Highway Saturday. according to arresting deputy Kermit Stewart. A satellite antenna business on U.S 51 near Ponchatoula reported a bur- glary in which two 19-inch color Zenith televisions were stolen along with a JV'C ideo cassette recorder The total value of the items was about $1.500 and were thought to be taken Thursday night or Friday mormng from the business office. Investigators Larry Westmoreland and Norman Davidson of the sheriff's office and state trooper Earl Bankston of the local LSP Criminal Intelligence Bureau made the arrest on the armed robbery charge They arrested John O. Atchley. 25. 1]2 E. Mulberry St.. Amite on a warrant for armed robbery from Illinois Atchley was working at a lumber mill in Roseland under the assumed name of David Atchley, who investigators said is actually his brother. Atchley is accused of forcing his way into the home of an elderly woman in the Charleston. Ill, area in ]982 wearing a ski mask and robbing the woman of about $20.000 in diamonds. according to information from White County Sheriff's officials in touch with Tangipahoa Parish investigators. A trace of telephone calls made to a former employee of Atchley's in that area of lllinois located the source as the Roseland Lumber mill, rcce: ed a photo of the suspect and matched it to the was arrested "]'he deputies Coumv said the diamolds sold in that area and recovered and" added that charges of burglary .and an robbery was pending the Atchle(; who agreed to April 12. according to Ricardo Dangerfield. 22. Booker Road. Hammond was with rcceMng Stolen things burglary at 'S&W Meat Co. ]954 He was arrested about 945 a m. by InvestigatOr moreland and Mike Sticker residence The goods he is rece:vmg include two jacks. I2-volt vehicle battery. investigators Two parish prisoners were with possession of marijU introducing contraband into jail in Amite when a search effects produced two bags juana. An observant jailor loaf of bread the pair returne work detail with to find the the loaf. according to the Charged were Melvin Welkins. South Second St. Ponchatc Thomas L. Rivers. 20 Apt- Flowers Estates. ins to arresting jailor J.C. Pair bags had a street value of according to reports. Garden and Vegeta es Top Quality Show Scape Seeds Pine Bark 20000 Discou nt Mulch with the purchase of =20.00 or more (Seed potato slips-100 for $3.95) 2 / =4.90 (3 cubic feet per bag) ertilizer Show Scape 50 Ibs. 50 lbs. 50 00.bs. Pine Bark 8"8"8 13-13-13 Nuggets =3.99 =4.89 =4.70 50 Ibs. 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