Detailed List of Residents Arrested in Gulfport Arrest Operation

During the period of June 29th to July 2nd, 2015, the Gulfport Police Department executed several search and arrest warrants in a continued effort to address violent crimes and the criminal subculture as previously discussed by Chief Leonard Papania. The detailed results are as follows;

Marilyn Garcia

•32

•Boyd Avenue

•Sale of Pharm. – 3 counts

•$150,000.00

Reginald Earl Jones

•36

•Birch Court

•Poss. Intent – Cocaine/ Marij.

•$200,000.00

Frederick Earl Buckhalter

•51

•17th Avenue

•Poss. Intent – Cocaine Base

•$25,000.00

Aritha Ann Mills

•43

•17th Avenue

•Poss. Intent – Cocaine Base

•$25,000.00

Angela Sharron Johnson

•42

•Creekwood Cove

•Poss. Intent – Pharm.

•$25,000.00

Vernon Davies

•55

•Dedeaux Road

•Poss. Stolen Property (Veh)

•$35,000.00

Wilfredo Arango Calle

•27

•Century Oaks Dr.

•Identity Theft (Warrant)

•$10,000.00

Frederick Lee Plummer

•37

Monterey Dr.

•Poss. Intent – Marij.

•$100,000.00

Shanna Lamer Barnes

•20

•Louisiana Ave.

•Poss. Stolen Firearm

•$50,000.00

Dwayne James Lizana

•23

•Hardy Avenue

•Poss.Intent – Cocaine/ Marij.

•$30,000.00

JUVENILE

•18th Street

•Poss. Intent – Marijuana

•Juvenile Detention

Richard Kendrail Belvin

•32

•Old Pass Road

•Poss. Intent – Cocaine

•$100,000.00

Joseph Leon Reddix

•37

•Fir Street

•Poss. Methamphetamine

•$50,000.00

Megan Lynn Hammack

•34

•34th St / 20th Ave

•Identity Theft/ Fugitive

•$50,000.00

Jason Earl James

•35

•Highway 49

•Burglary of a Storage Shed

•$20,000.00

Sixteen (16) search warrants were served during the enforcement detail which resulted in the seizure of several forms of drugs and Fifteen (15) felony arrests. Eight (8) firearms and an undisclosed amount of currency were also seized during the operation. Twenty-three (23) OTHER people were arrested for misdemeanor offenses.
This enforcement operation was a joint effort with the assistance of the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department, the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics (MBN), Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), Coastal Narcotics Enforcement Team (CNET), Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

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