Wake Forest Police Department arrests: April 9-12

From WSJ Staff Reports

The following arrests were made by the Wake forest Police Department from April 9-12:

April 9

• Tremel Quandary Ball, 24, 315 N. Franklin St., Wake Forest; possession of schedule I control substance; Unsecured $2,000 bond.

April 10

• Megan Christina Beasley, 28, 124 Rainbow Ct., Cary; child abuse-misdemeanor, driving while impaired; Secured $2,500 bond.

• Jalyn Alexander Manuel, 25, 833 Postal St., Raleigh; order for arrest; Secured $1,000 bond.

• Kendale Ray Sultans, 29, 121 Ridgewood Dr., Apt. 1308, Raleigh; possession marijuana-felony, possession marijuana 1/2-1 1/2 oz., possession drug paraphernalia; secured $3,000 bond.

April 11

• Jeremie Tyrelle Hunter, 22, 1204 Moores Creek Dr., Knightdale; order for arrest; No bond. Confined to Wake County Jail.

• Stuart Daniel Kremer, 38, 1080 W. Main St. 1315, Hendersonville, TN.; Driving While Impaired; Unsecured $1,000 bond.

• Kyle Lloyd Rottenkolber, 36, 6221 Bayview Dr., Wake Forest; driving while impaired-level 5; Secure $1,000 bond.

• Jeremie Tyrelle Hunter, 22, 1204 Moores Creek Dr., Knightdale; carrying concealed weapon, resisting officers, flee/elude arrest with motor vehicle; No bond. Confined to Wake County Jail.

• Jessica Renee Doucet, 37, 116 Cone, Dr., Franklinton; possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of heroin, possession of methamphetamine; Secured $500 bond.

• Matthew Philip Exley, 34, 16 Cone, Dr., Franklinton; possession of methamphetamine; Secured $5,000 bond.

April 12

• Latashia Venice Tucker, 35, 48 Happy Valley Trl., Franklinton; order for arrest; Secured $1,000 bond.

• Alexandra Cecile Know, 30, 315 E. Jones Ave., Wake Forest; order for arrest; secured $1,5000 bond.

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