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Jail records reflect that 12 individuals were arrested between Jan. 22 — 28 by Midlothian PD. All 12 individuals, arrested on or after Jan. 22, are innocent until proven guilty by a court of law, and include:
Joes E. Acosta, 36, for driving while intoxicated (3rd or more) and three previous warrants.
Douglas D. Gannon, 32, for assaulting a family member or violence, a Cedar Hill PD warrant, and a warrant fee.
Jessie J. Gardner, 26, for theft of property greater than or equal to $750 but less than $2,500.
Tommy J. Holt, 33, for public intoxication.
Matthew Labrador, 17, on a Midlothian PD warrant.
Terrence Q. Mitchell, 33, on three Carrollton PD warrants.
Rufus B. Robinson, 40, on a Midlothian PD warrant and a warrant fee.
Aaron J. Vargas, 20, for possession of marijuana — less than two ounces.
Johnathon Chagnon, 18, for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Alicia Ambriz, 18, for disorderly conduct — obscene language.
Daniel W. Jones, 47, on an Upshur County warrant.
Mindi Summerton, 38, for a failure ID a fugitive with the intent to give false information, possession of less than one gram of a controlled grade 1 substance, and an Upshur County warrant.