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Elkhart County Police Blotter 7/2/12

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Inmates Booked Between: 6/25/2012 and 7/2/2012
Bk Date ID# Name DOB Age Address Statute Description Bond Agency
6/30/2012 114440 AGUARDO-GONZALEZ, ADOLF 10/10/1964 47 2525 CHIPPEWA DR ELKHART, IN 46517 THEFT (D FEL) $0.00 IN0200100
6/25/2012 24447 ALLEN, MICHAEL, ANTHONY 6/13/1965 47 309 PLUM ST ELKHART, IN 46516 CONTEMPT $345.00 IN0200100
6/25/2012 24434 ATKINSON, RODNEY, ALAN 3/19/1965 47 30506 EDGEWATER DR. ELKHART, IN 46514 PUBLIC INTOXICATION (B MISD) IN0200100
6/27/2012 AVERKIEV, VLADIMIR, NMN 3/16/1961 CRIMINAL RECKLESSNESS (D
FEL)
114414 51 58305 JEFFERSON RIDGE DR Goshen, IN 46528 $3,000.00
6/26/2012 11666 BAILEY, JAMES 9/3/1950 61 58198 Whillpolwoll ELKHART, IN 46516 CONTEMPT IN0200000
CONTEMPT $175.00
6/29/2012 BERNARD, KENNETH, WAYNE 9/17/1976 OPERATING WITH A B.A.C. OF
.08% OR ABOVE
60045 35 2301 W Lexington Blvd 101 Elkhart, IN 46514 $3,000.00 IN0200000
6/27/2012 114413 BETTY, ROBERT, LEON 2/11/1949 63 15249 DOUGLAS RD GRANGER, IN 46530 CONTEMPT
6/27/2012 BRADLEY, AARON, GEORGE 4/14/1968 BATTERY ON A POLICE OFFICER
(D FEL)
69561 44 1107 JOHNSON ST SOUTH BEND, IN 46628 $519.00 IN0200000
RESISTING LAW ENFORCEMENT
(A MISD)
INTIMIDATION (D FEL)
6/29/2012 BRAVO HERNANDEZ, HUMBER 10/23/1993 MINOR CONSUMING AN
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE (C MISD)
114397 18 738 WE Colfax ave ELKHART, IN 46517 $0.00 IN0200100
6/30/2012 BRINCKMAN, ASHLEE, RHIANN 5/26/1994 POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA OR
HASHISH (A MISD)
114438 18 24681 Cr 26 Elkhart, IN 46517 IN0200000
MINOR CONSUMING AN
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE (C MISD)
POSSESSION OF
PARAPHERNALIA (A MISD)
OPERATING WHILE INTOXICATED
(C MISD)
$0.00
6/30/2012 BROADNAX, JOHNEISHA, DANI 7/25/1988 VIOLATION OF PROBATION
(MISDEMEANORS)
108372 23 823 Maple Row 3 ELKHART, IN 46516 $0.00 IN0200100
VIOLATION OF PROBATION
(MISDEMEANORS)
7/2/2012 114452 BROWN, EDWARD, NMN 8/9/1992 19 728 HARRISON STREET ELKHART, IN 46516 CONTEMPT $3,000.00 IN0200100
7/2/2012 7:05:46 AM Elkhart County Detention Center Page 1 of 14

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