Between Saturday, Oct. 10, and Friday, Oct. 16, the Barnesville police department made 11 arrests:
D'Norrious Barrett, 335 Grove St., Barnesville, disorderly conduct;
Ray Bradley, 609 Zebulon St., Barnesville, theft by taking;
James Buckner, 118 Carey J. Buckner, Barnesville, parole violation;
Alford Ewing, 22 Jackson St., Barnesville, theft by taking;
Keith Fambro, 109 1st St., Barnesville, simple battery;
Jerome Hall, 232 Richardson St., Barnesville, disorderly conduct;
Willie Jenkins, 256 Railroad St., Barnesville, disorderly conduct;
Margarett Price, address unknown, Spalding County warrant;
Jeremy Reeves, 261 Hunters Chase, McDonough, violation of license restrictions and tag light violation;
Anthony Roussaw, 11 Washington St., Barnesville, theft by taking;
Mario Sullivan, address unknown, Lamar County warrant.
Officers answered 108 calls for service including eight accidents, four alarms, one assault, one EMS assist, 17 building security checks, two criminal trespass, five crowd control, seven damage to property, five disturbances, one dog complaint, one domestic, 17 escorts, two fights, one fraud, two juvenile complaints, eight miscellaneous, three noise complaints, three prowlers, two shots fired, 12 suspicious vehicles, four thefts, one traffic control and one 911 hang-up. They issued 15 citations including three disorderly conduct, one failure to yield, one loud music, one no license on person, one passing in a no passing zone, one simple battery, four speeding, one tag light requirement, one violation of license restrictions and one wrong way on a one way street.