Between Saturday, Oct. 3, and Friday, Oct. 9, the Barnesville police department made seven arrests:
Camilo Caballero, 145 Denrick Dr., McDonough, driving while unlicensed, no insurance and failure to maintain lane;
Darnell Caslin, 202 Railroad St., Barnesville, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and driving while unlicensed.
Kordell Jackson, 3519 Kensington Station, Decatur, failure to appear;
Curtis O'Neil, 231 Washington St., Barnesville, theft by shoplifting;
Rashad Rogers, 2545 Amelia Ave., Barnesville, possession of marijuana and loud music;
Ricky Thomas, 907 Hwy. 212, Milledgeville, possession of alcohol under age and misrepresentation of identification;
Jonathan Wilson, 816 Forsyth St., No. 8, Barnesville, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
Officers answered 90 calls for service including five accidents, eight alarms, two EMS assists, 10 building security checks, one criminal trespass, two crowd control, one damage to property, four disturbances, one dog complaint, one domestic, 17 escorts, one fight, two fraud, one harassment, five juvenile complaints, one missing person, 11 miscellaneous, two noise complaints, four prowlers, two shoplifting, eight suspicious persons/vehicles and one traffic control. They issued 29 citations including one driving on the wrong side of the road, one driving while unlicensed, four failure to stop at stop sign, one improper lane change, one loud music, one misrepresentation of identification, one no insurance, one possession of alcohol under age, one possession of marijuana, one shoplifting, 15 speeding and one disobeying traffic control device.