Crime reports

Published 10:04 am Friday, October 20, 2017

Franklin Police


9/25 – 10/1

Marelle Artis, 36, shoplifting

Jontrell Bailey, 29, public intoxication

Portia S. Holley, 31, petit larceny

Terrell Baxter, 22, petit larceny

Keisasha Lankford, 23, 3 counts trespassing

Ashley S. Lankford, 26, 2 counts assault and battery law enforcement officer, obstruction of justice, disorderly conduct, resist arrest, 2 counts destruction of property


Michael Swan, 32, public intoxication, trespassing, obstruct justice

Eddie Parrish, 64, annoying phone calls

Jenica Crockett, 20, shoplifting

Jonathan Holley, 21, shoplifting

Carlton D. Kearney, 19, strangle another, assault and battery, destruction of property

Brian R. Martin, 28, shoplifting, capias

Travon Brooks, 26, malicious wounding

Jamie Ruffin, 20, assault and battery

Deonta Faulk, 21, assault and battery

Southampton County Sheriff’s Office



Douglas Milteer, 55, of Cross Keys Road, Boykins, was arrested on a charge of failure to appear in court for misdemeanor offense.

Stephen Thomas Elliott, 22, of Cedar View Road, Drewryville, was arrested on two counts of probation violation – misdemeanor.

Dejoseph Lamar Ricks, 22, of Thomas St., Franklin, was arrested on charges of bomb threat etc. by offender 15 or over and threat by letter, communication or electronic message.

Zackary A. Cooley, 33, of Poplar Ave., Memphis, Tennessee, was arrested on charges of possession/transport of a firearm, taser by a convicted non-violent felon, statutory burlgary of dwelling to commit other felony or A&B and trespassing after being forbidden to do so.

Randy Hunt Jr., 31, of Camp Pkwy., Courtland, was arrested on a charge of perjury – falsely swear an oath.

Evelena Keller-Mullens, 54, of Parford Lane, Moneta, was arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated – first conviction.

Darren Oneal Faltz, 52, of Pine St., Wakefield, was arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated – first conviction.

Wayne C. Joyner, 47, of Whitehouse Road, Courtland, was arrested on a charge of violation of a protective order.