Between Friday, Oct. 9, and Thursday, Oct. 15, the Lamar County sheriff's office made 16 arrests:
Adrian Cody Whatley, 30, Griffin, VGCSA;
Aaron Jourdan Copeland, 21, Adel, following too closely, VGCSA and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.
C.L. Smith Jr., 24, Moultrie, VGCSA and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime;
Michael Richard Pollard, 46, Barnesville, arrested for Spalding County;
Aja Tamika Card, 28, Barnesville, obstruction of an officer, giving false name to police, allowing unlicensed person to drive, disorderly conduct, terroristic threats and remaining on premises or with safety zone of public or private school without legitimate cause or need to be present;
Johneatha Lanasha Owens, 17, Barnesville, violation of restricted license and giving false statements;
Roxanne Earline Hollis, 45, Milner, burglary;
Michael Todd Hollis, 43, Milner, burglary;
Willie Floyd Perdue, 37, Barnesville, probation violation;
Marieo C. Sullivan, 28, Barnesville, child support default;
Kabrina Pertrice Buckner, 26, Griffin, deposit account fraud;
Kimberly Evone Parker, 41, Macon, arrested for Bibb County;
Thomas J. Brooks, 37, Barnesville, child support default;
Tammara Renee Byrd, 25, Covington, failure to appear;
Myra Lynn Neely, 31, Griffin, arrested for Butts County;
Willie Lewis Watkins, 39, Jackson, giving false name to police, suspended license, open container and improper stop in roadway.
Deputies answered 136 calls, responded to 13 traffic accidents, served 24 warrants and 71 civil papers and/or subpoenas and issued 26 citations. Lamar County E-911 received 82 emergency calls, dispatching deputies to 26, Barnesville police to 15, county fire and rescue to 31, city fire to four and EMS to 46.