The Rayville Police Department made the following arrests for the weeks of April 26 through May 10.
• Shaunte Smith, 22; 40 Winston Road, Rayville; no driver’s license and careless operation.
• Casi Blaylock, 37; 312 Glenda St., Rayville; contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile (two counts) and resisting arrest.
• Paulette McGarr, 37; 110 Ruth St., Rayville; no driver’s license and no insurance.
• Rebecka Gwin, 28; 4767 Main St., Collinston; driving under suspension.
• Edward Jackson, 22; 610 Scott St., Rayville; disturbing the peace by fighting.
• Tamika McCray, 32; 207 McConnell Drive, Rayville; theft less than $300.
• Robbie Dean, 23; South 4500 Lot 100, Vian, OK; disturbing the peace by loud music and no driver’s license.
• Brian Lawson, 35; 117 Ollie St., Rayville; disturbing the peace by profanity.
• Larry Neil, 32; 125 Waldorf SL, Rayville; indecent exposure.
• Frederic Cooks, 19; 106 Donna St., Rayville; disturbing the peace by loud music.
• John Dove, 41; 45 Brimberry Road, Rayville; simple battery.
• Joshua Reynolds, 25; 2012 Standifer, Monroe; no driver’s license in possession and disturbing the peace (loud music).
• Brad Reynolds, 21; 213 Rosa St., Rayville; aggravated battery.
• Nine juveniles were arrested. That number includesthree for disturbing the peace (general), three for disturbing the peace by fighting, two for under age drinking and one for damage to property greater than $100.
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The Rayville Police Department issued a total of 39 traffic citations. That number includes 15 for speeding, five for no seat belt, three each for stop signs, no driver’s license in possession and failure to carry registration, two each for red lights and no tail lights and one each for improper turn with an accident, no child restraint, no insurance, no proof of insurance, careless operation and loud music.
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Rayville Police Chief Willie Robinson would like to remind all citizens of the noise ordinance in place within the city limits of the Town of Rayville.
“With the weather getting warmer and summer months approaching, many of you will be having get-togethers in your homes and yards,” said the chief. “Please remember to keep your music at a respectful level and be mindful of your neighbors.”
Chief Robinson also advised that motorists should keep the music in their vehicles at a level that cannot be easily heard outside the vehicle.
“My officers will be on the alert for loud music and other disturbance of the peace,” said the Chief.
Chief Robinson stated that when having gatherings at your home, you should also make sure your guests don’t obstruct your neighbors’ property when parking their vehicles.
Chief Robinson encourages all citizens to come by the Rayville Police Department at 900 Harrison St. or to call 728-4431 if you need his help in any way.