01/18/17 Dallas County Circuit Court
Three Hampton residents and a Jersey resident have been charged in Dallas County Circuit Court in connection with a house burglary that occurred in November outside Fordyce. 31 year old Kasie Allyn Bryant of Hampton, 38 year old Buddy Curtis Pierce of Jersey, 60 year old Raymond Dale Pee of Hampton and 40 year old Jadon Daniel Langston of Hampton have all been charged with attempted residential burglary, breaking and entering and theft of property for the burglary of the Gloria Quimby house on highway 205 near Fordyce. The incident occurred on November 11. All four were taken into custody shortly after the incident was reported.
37 year old Coby Lee Deaton of Sparkman has been charged in circuit court with the November 4, 2016 break-in of a shop belonging to Arlis Burchfield of Sparkman. Charges of breaking and entering, theft of property, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana were filed on January 11, against Deaton by Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Tom Wynne.
73 year old Jerry Glen Goodwin of Fordyce has been charged with 2nd degree domestic battery. According to information filed in circuit court by Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Tom Wynne, the incident occurred on September 10 of 2016.
30 year old James Gavin Nix of Sparkman has been charged in circuit court with terroristic threatening, resisting arrest and public intoxication. Nix was charged by the Dallas County Sheriff's department after an incident on November 26, in which Nix is reported to have threatened a deputy sheriff's life, resisted arrest and was intoxicated in public.
46 year old James Lamar Wright of Camden was charged in circuit court with possession of meth and drug paraphernalia. The charges were the result of a traffic stop in Fordyce by a Fordyce police officer for a defective head light. The incident occurred March 4.
46 year old Charles Arnold McClure of Sparkman was charged in Dallas County Circuit Court by Deputy Prosecuting attorney Tom Wynne with possession of drug paraphernalia. The charges were filed against McClure by a Dallas County Deputy following a traffic stop on December 6. The deputy asked McClure to step out of his vehicle and when he did the deputy noticed syringes hanging out of McClure's jacket pocket. McClure was taken into custody and charged.