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20 people arrested

St. Petersburg police arrested 20 people, including nine juveniles, during the disturbances Wednesday night and early Thursday. Among those arrested on the most serious charges:

By Times Staff Writer
Published May 14, 2004


James Clark

AGE: 21

ADDRESS: 1938 16th St. S, St. Petersburg

CHARGE: Commercial burglary

ALLEGATIONS: Stole alcohol from Ike's liquor store on 16th Street S

CRIMINAL HISTORY: Conviction for indecent exposure, adjudication withheld on drug possession charge; arrests on drug possession and aggravated battery with unknown dispositions.

* * *

Pamela Cummings

AGE: 35

ADDRESS: 2223 West Harbor Drive S, St. Petersburg

CHARGE: Commercial burglary

ALLEGATIONS: Broke into Ike's liquor store and stole eight bottles of liquor

CRIMINAL HISTORY: Convictions for shoplifting, criminal mischief, aggravated assault, cocaine sale and cocaine possession

* * *

Michael Johnson: (no photo available)

AGE: 18

ADDRESS: 761 21st Ave. S, St. Petersburg

CHARGE: Attempted homicide of a police officer

ALLEGATIONS: Shot a .380-caliber bullet at a marked patrol car

CRIMINAL HISTORY: None listed

* * *

Janquetta Lewis: (Florida Department of Law Enforcement and Pinellas County Jail list Urshala Lewis, FDLE lists Jarquette Lewis as alias)

AGE: 22 (FDLE lists age as 23)

ADDRESS: 2010 18th Ave. S, St. Petersburg

CHARGE: Commercial burglary, giving false name to police

ALLEGATIONS: Broke into Ike's liquor store and stole eight bottles of liquor

CRIMINAL HISTORY: One arrest, state attorney declined to prosecute

* * *

Angela McCullough: (Police said they do not know whether she is related to Marquell McCullough, the 17-year-old fatally shot by Pinellas sheriff's deputies May 2.)

AGE: 41

ADDRESS: 926 12th Ave. S, St. Petersburg

CHARGE: Commercial burglary

ALLEGATIONS: Broke into Ike's liquor store CRIMINAL HISTORY: Convictions for petty theft, aggravated battery, retail theft, cocaine possession, child abuse, simple battery.

* * *

Andre McNair

AGE: 21

ADDRESS: 4142 12th Ave. S, St. Petersburg

CHARGE: Commercial burglary

ALLEGATIONS: Seen running from Maximo Plaza store with shoes and clothing.

CRIMINAL HISTORY: Conviction for hit and run, adjudication withheld on charge of driving while license suspended

* * *

John Reynolds

AGE: 26

ADDRESS: 4561 Emerson Ave. S, St. Petersburg

CHARGE: Commercial burglary

ALLEGATIONS: Stole alcohol from Ike's liquor store CRIMINAL HISTORY: Conviction for simple battery, disposition unknown on charge of battery, pending case for a charge of scheme to defraud

* * *

Darin Talbert

AGE: 28

ADDRESS: 1750 17th St. S, St. Petersburg

CHARGE: Aggravated battery

ALLEGATIONS: Permanently disfigured a man with blunt objects

CRIMINAL HISTORY: Conviction for marijuana possession; adjudication withheld on charge of marijuana possession; entered diversion program on charge of resisting officer

* * *

Miguel Teal

AGE: 17

ADDRESS: 2010 11th St. S, St. Petersburg

CHARGE: Attempted homicide of police officer

ALLEGATIONS: Not provided

CRIMINAL HISTORY: Unknown because juvenile

* * *

Maeru Wright

AGE: 17

ADDRESS: Not provided

CHARGE: Attempted homicide of police officer

ALLEGATIONS: Not provided

CRIMINAL HISTORY: Unknown because juvenile

- Information compiled from St. Petersburg Police Department, Florida Department of Law Enforcement and Pinellas County Jail records.

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