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Jail records reflect that 8 individuals were arrested between Sept. 9-15 by Midlothian PD. All 8 individuals — detained on or after Sept. 9 — are innocent until proven guilty by a court of law and include:

Sept. 9

Theodore E Staggs, 33, for driving while intoxicated.

Sept. 10

Aubin N Ortiz, 29, on a Midlothian PD warrant.

Jonathan D Griffin, 21, for burglary of a habitation, evading arrest or detention, and possession of less than one gram of a Grade 2 controlled substance.

Seth O Bonyo, 22, for burglary of a habitation and evading arrest or detention.

Sept. 11

Tyvarius D Taylor, 17, for aggravated robbery and failure to identify by giving false or fictitious information.

Sept. 12

No arrests reported.

Sept. 13

Glenn R Kilgore, 36, on a Midlothian PD warrant.

Jeffrey A Ellis, 41, for the possession of less than one gram of Grade 1 controlled substance and a Tarrant County warrant.

Sept. 14

No arrests reported.

Sept. 15

Ben M Solero, 31, for driving while intoxicated - 3rd or more.