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Woman charged in burglary
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A burglary on Cherry Street has led to a felony charge against a Booneville woman.

Police Chief Michael Ramey reports Brienna K. Dunn, 25, of 300 Pinehill Rd., Booneville, was charged with burglary and larceny of a residence. Bond was set at $5,000.

Dunn is accused of breaking in to a residence on Cherry Street on Friday, Aug. 11 and taking personal items including clothing, pictures and other items. The items have not been recovered.

Other recent felony arrests by the Booneville Police Department include:

• Shyniece Shanquez Simmons Williams, 25, of 702 Boyd Dr, Apt. 30, Corinth, charged with attempted robbery. Williams allegedly attempted to shoplift items from Wal-Mart on Aug. 18 and assaulted one of the store’s loss prevention associates who attempted to stop her.

Bond was set at $25,000 in addition to a previous bond of $5,000 on a previous charge. A hold has also been placed on her by another law enforcement agency.

• Corey Grant Saylors, 22, of 405 Miller Circle, Booneville, charged with simple assault on a police officer. Saylors is accused of assaulting an officer who was attempting to arrest him for misdemeanor offenses at Dodge’s on Second Street. He was also charged with several misdemeanor offenses. Bond was set at $10,000.

• George Ronnie Scott, 64, of 400 Mimosa Street, Apt. 4C, charged with one count of felony bad check. He allegedly passed a bad check for $100 at a restaurant on Second Street. Bond was set at $1,000. He is also charged with misdemeanor bad check and also has charges pending in Lee County.
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