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Men arrested in 'Merry Christmas, Deadbeat Daddies' operation

Posted December 11, 2008

The name of those arrested in Durham's "Merry Christmas, Deadbeat Daddies" operation and the charges they faced in early December 2008:

  • Derrick D. Steele, 38, of Commerce Street – nonsupport
  • Reginald Lee McClain, 43, of Rochelle Street – nonsupport
  • Kenneth Patterson, 30, of Cheek Road – nonsupport
  • Maurice Martin, 45, of Walton Street – nonsupport
  • Quinton Bernard Fulton, 33, of East Main Street – nonsupport
  • Thomas Leon Harris, 43, of Southgate Street – nonsupport
  • Jerry Wayne McDonald, 41, of Beckham Place – nonsupport
  • Jasper Ernest McNeil Jr., 48, of Ashe Street – nonsupport
  • Raumont Renee Tanner, 48, of Melbourne Street – nonsupport
  • Oscar Moreno Mendoza, 30, of Hadrian Drive – nonsupport
  • Kelvin Jamonte Smallwood, 32, of East Main Street – nonsupport
  • Stanley McGill, 28, of Fidelity Drive – nonsupport, misdemeanor possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Ruddie Leroy Bacchus, 37, of Bowler Drive – nonsupport ($26,900)
  • Christopher Michael Kelly, 35, of Wabash Street – nonsupport
  • David Lee Bellamy, 43, of East Main Street – nonsupport, possession of heroin and cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Shantel Eure, 34, of Pine Glenn Trail – nonsupport
  • James Frazier, 54, of Bond Street – nonsupport
  • Jazette Michelle Krone, 39, of Charles Street – nonsupport
  • James Anthony Richardson, 40, of Raynor Street – nonsupport
  • Ronald Rashawn King, 36, of Valley Run – nonsupport
  • Jimmy Cox, 34, of Liberty Street – disorderly conduct and failure to appear in court on an earlier charge
  • Wayne Battle, 43, of Cecil Street – possession of marijuana with the intent to manufacture, sell or deliver; maintaining a dwelling for the sale of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Kayron Barnard, 34, of Stadium Drive – driving while his license was revoked and failure to appear in court
  • Ramon Drummond, 21, of Taylor Street – possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Lauren Wilson, 18, of Singing Woods Place – misdemeanor possession of marijuana
  • Roy Shealey, 46, of Moline Street – prior warrant
  • Garrett Kelly, 18, of Summit Street – possession of marijuana with the intent to manufacture, sell or deliver; maintaining a dwelling for the sale of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Shelton Womble, 22, of Tucker Street – misdemeanor possession of marijuana
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  • 2alegal Dec 12, 2008

    fishing....Been there and done that....I am the mother, however once Sheriff Dept picked up man, it was still forever in getting the money for the child. I also knew a woman who never paid CS. Shame on her!!!! If you don't want to pay (ie CS) dont PLAY!!!! There are protections that can be in place.

  • Tax Man Dec 12, 2008

    How come no pictures? love to see our neighbors on WRAL.

  • bstrickland1968 Dec 11, 2008

    In a world of political correctness, isn't deadbeat "daddies" and 'merry christmas" incorrect? Im sure people of other faiths and of the female gender don't pay child support. How about this? "HAPPY HOLIDAYS DEADBEAT CHILD CUSTODIANS". ahh, that's better! Just kidding, Merry Christmas to all!

  • fishingwayne42 Dec 11, 2008

    I am so glad to see that Durham has a Dead beat program. I am a DAD that paid for 17 1/2 years . Never was late !! Now I am a dad in Halifax County that is owed more than $4800 at $100 a month and nothing is being done . The women has it made . Just screw your kids over.Go to court and nothing ever happens . But I could have been a DEAD BEAT DAD . WHAT ABOUT MOTHERS PEOPLE???