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Jail records reflect that 16 individuals were arrested between March 26 — April by Midlothian PD. All 16 individuals, arrested on or after March 26, are innocent until proven guilty by a court of law, and include:

March 26

Mayah L. Levy, 18, for driving while intoxicated.

Gregory T. Reed, 26, for the manufacturing or delivery of more than or equal to four grams but fewer than 200 grams of a Grade 1 controlled substance.

Kathleen M. Edwards, 26, for the manufacturing or delivery of more than or equal to four grams but fewer than 200 grams of a Grade 1 controlled substance.

Terrence J. Darensbourg, 25, for driving while intoxicated.

March 27

Corbin D. Jost, 20, on a Midlothian PD warrant.

Jonathan D. Allen, 35, on three Johnson County warrants.

David B. Mayfield, 40, for possession of less than ounces of marijuana.

March 28

Dillion K. Fussell, 18, for public intoxication.

March 29

Roman R. Blackmon, 26, on warrants from Cedar Hill and Midlothian Police Departments and a warrant fee.

March 30

Chance E. Hazzard, 42, on a warrant fee and two Coppell Marshals Office warrants.

Laquita J. Bailey, 37, pm three Midlothian PD warrants.

Thurman Ross, 57, for an assault that causes bodily injury.

Seanathan C. Delossantos, 29, for an assault that causes bodily injury to a family member.

March 31

Ryan T. Wood, 30, on two Midlothian PD warrants.

Travis J. Wallace, 30, for the assault of a public servant, criminal trespass, resisting arrest or transport and a terroristic threat that causes fear of imminent SBI.

April 1

Kyle A. Gaede, 55, for an assault that causes bodily injury to a family member.