Between Saturday, May 8 and Friday, May 14 the Lamar County sheriff’s department made the following arrests:
Wayne Anderson Jr., 21, Griffin, DUI alcohol.
Jonothan Bryson Smith, 22, Barnesville, probation violation, disorderly conduct and obstruction of an officer;
Jerrard Antwon Burris, 21, Stone Mountain, charges not listed;
Michael McDuffie, 40, Columbus, Ohio, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana;
Christa Meinen, 39, Columbus, Ohio, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
Mark Christopher Withers, 43, Zebulon, warrants pending;
Caleb Aaron Van Sipe, 23, The Rock, aggravated child molestation, cruelty to children and child molestation;
Bautiston Ramos Efrain, 27, Chamblee, no charges listed;
Borith Im, 32, Jackson, driving while license suspended or revoked;
Stephen Patrick Myrick, 21, Jonesboro, no charges listed;
Clint Eugene Roland II, 40, Barnesville, terroristic threats and acts, reckless conduct, and two counts cruelty to children;
Linsey M. Taylor, 25, Tampa, Fla., no charges listed;
Darnell Demarzio Caslin, 24, Macon, contempt of court;
Taurean Kaream Collier, 27, Barnesville, contempt of court;
Christopher Lamar Sullivan, 21, Griffin, contempt of court;
Anthony Roussaw, 46, Barnesville, no charges listed;
Jarred Clay Smith, 29, no address given, contempt of court;
Joseph Paul Seaman, 36, Floral City, Fla., contempt of court;
Ray Anthony Bradly, 53, Barnesville, no charges listed;
Jarvis Sentalius Akins, 30, Barnesville, contempt of court;
Paul Jeffery Linholm, 43, Floral City, Fla., no charges listed;
Henry Herman Smith, 54, Blackey, Ky., contempt of court;
Hondrevious Etreaze Davis, 19, Barnesville, arrested for another agency;
Karream Akbar Rantin, 35, Jonesboro, probation violation;
Dennis Bryan Lee, 43, Barnesville, probation violation.
Deputies answered 94 calls and the 911 center answered 64. Deputies responded to 22 calls, the Barnesville police department responded to 21, Lamar County firefighters responded to 13 calls, the Barnesville fire department responded to two and Mid Georgia Ambulance Service responded to 25. There were eight accidents. Deputies issued 50 traffic citations and served 30 warrants and 21 civil papers or citations.
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