Between Friday, June 19, and Thursday, June 25, the sheriff's department made 17 arrests:
Hayward Lorenza Oliver Jr., 47, Fayetteville, probation violation;
Oliver Jackson Booker IV, 20, Marietta, probation violation;
Travis Jermaine Dumas, 33, Barnesville, obstruction, tag light violation, open container and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon;
Glenda Marie Massey, 49, Griffin, possession of marijuana;
Benjamin C. Anthony, 18, Barnesville, arrested for another agency;
Taylor Thomas Allen, 18, Barnesville, possession of alcohol underage;
Sergio Delgado Ibarra, 37, Barnesville, driving without a license;
David Wesley Moss, 45, Barnesville, arrested for Spalding County;
Brandy Dawn Bostwick, 27, Barnesville, criminal trespass;
Michael Clay Martin, 43, Hampton, contempt of court;
Elder Martenez Bautesta, 30, Griffin, driving without a license and windshield violation;
Je Meale Ammin Disola, 31, Barnesville, child support default;
Jeffery Lee Erdman, 29, The Rock, probation violation;
Joshua Ryan Windom, 18, Milner, contempt of court;
Henry Lewis Howard, 49, Barnesville, simple battery;
Donnie Dee Fisk, 44, Plant City, Fla., driving with a suspended license and speeding;
Deborah Lee Kendrick, 36, Zebulon, criminal trespass.
Deputies answered 151 calls, responded to 13 traffic accidents, served 13 warrants and 11 civil papers and/or subpoenas and issued 72 citations. Lamar County E-911 received 89 emergency calls, dispatching county deputies to 28, Barnesville police to 26, Milner police to one, county fire and rescue to 23 and EMS to 48.
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Between Saturday, June 20, and Friday, June 26, the Barnesville police department made four arrests:
Deandre Cannon, 1044 Laurel Way Dr., Marietta, shoplifting;
Jerome Giddens, 379 Lakeshore Dr., Stockbridge, no insurance;
Kelly Jackson, 1099 Hwy. 18, Barnesville, DUI and speeding;
Bryce Smith, 202 Washington St., Barnesville, DUI and defective equipment.
Officers answered 99 calls for service including four accidents, nine alarms, 16 building security checks, one burglary, six damage to property, five disturbances, two dog complaints, six domestics, 15 escorts, three fights, one fraud, four harassment, nine miscellaneous, one noise complaint, one shoplifting, 12 suspicious persons/vehicles, one terroristic threat, three thefts and one 911 hang-up. They issued 32 citations including one defective equipment, two disorderly conduct, two DUI, 13 illegal parking, one improper lane change, one no insurance, two seat belt violations, one shoplifting and nine speeding.
Patrick Douglas does not reside at 153 Church St. as reported in last week's edition.
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Between Friday, June 19, and Thursday, June 25, magistrate court issued five criminal warrants; filed seven dispossessories, two garnishments, one pre-warrant application and seven civil suits; and held five dispossessory, one pre-warrant, one civil suit and two first appearance/bond hearings.
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The case of Morehouse police chief Vernon Worthy will be on the criminal court calendar that will be heard Wednesday, July 1. The trials themselves will begin July 20 with Judge Tommy Wilson presiding. [Full Story »]
We are all aware that in this economy it is hard to keep a positive attitude and even a sense of purpose about us.
According to Arthur C. Brooks, professor of public administration at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and donor demographic researcher for almost 15 years,
nearly 225 million Americans give away money each year, the other 75 million never give to any causes, charities, or churches. Further, 130 million Americans never volunteer their time.
These numbers are staggering and beg the question to be asked, "why should I give?" [Full Story »]