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Jail records reflect that eight individuals were arrested between March 19 — 25 by Midlothian PD. All eight individuals, arrested on or after March 19, are innocent until proven guilty by a court of law, and include:

March 19

Charles C. Taylor, 31, for driving while intoxicated — 3rd or more, evading arrest with vehicle and resisting arrest, search or transport.

Laura N. Faraday, 32, on five Arlington PD warrants, two Mansfield PD warrants, three Forest Hill PD warrants and two Midlothian PD warrants.

March 20

Barbara B. Lee, 62, for driving while intoxicated — 2nd.

March 21

Jordan T. Greenbaum, 30, on a warrant fee and Jasper County Sheriff's Office warrant for theft of property.

March 22

Michael C. Green, 34, for possession of a less than one gram of a Grade 1 controlled substance.

Taylor M. Miller, 20, for possession of greater than or equal to one gram but fewer than four grams of a grade one controlled substance.

March 23

No arrests provided

March 24

Christian A. Olguin, 19, for evading arrest or detention.

Ivan Escalante, 25, for failing to identify as a fugitive or intentionally giving false information, a Midlothian PD warrant fee, a Farmers Branch PD warrant for speeding, and two Hutchins PD warrants for traffic violations.

March 25

No arrests provided