Calcasieu Correctional Center ( CCC ) – Calcasieu Parish Jail
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June 8, 2021, Calcasieu Parish Booking Report
Nathanel Thaddeus Pettus, 37, of Lake Charles, Louisiana
Arrested for Broken tail lamps; third offense DWI; contempt of court.
Travis James Garner, 31, of Lake Charles, Louisiana
Arrested for Strangulation.
Sidney Mae Harper, 22, of Lake Charles, Louisiana
Arrested for Illegal carrying of weapons during a crime; production, manufacture, distribution, or possession of a Schedule I drug; possession of drug paraphernalia; use of an illegal drug in the presence of a minor; money laundering.
Precious Louise Labine, 32, of Lake Charles, Louisiana
Arrested for Contempt of court.
Michael R. Mcallen, 65, of Sulphur, Louisiana
Arrested for Aggravated battery; possession of a firearm by a felon; aggravated battery.
Magadeleno Martinez, 47, of Port Arthur, Texas
Arrested for Federal detainer.
Kristian Ann Rosas, 28, of Houston, Texas
Arrested for Probation violation.
Patricia Lorain House, 39, of Houston, Texas
Arrested for Theft under $5,000; possession of drug paraphernalia; issuing worthless checks under $5,000; forgery; possession of stolen things under $5,000.
James Earl Irving, 59, of Houston, Texas
Arrested for Theft under $5,000; possession of drug paraphernalia.
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