Lamar County commissioners are looking at lowering some commercial fire and ambulance fee rates next year, but residential rates will likely remain at $50 for medical and ambulance services and $30 for the county fire department, a total of $80 for individual homeowners.
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Between Saturday, Nov. 27, and Friday, Dec. 3, the Barnesville police department made five arrests:
Tomika Hall, 100 Ave. K, Thomaston, violation of license restrictions and leaving the scene of an accident;
Aundray Harris, 180 Midway Rd., Barnesville, DUI, fleeing and attempting to elude, reckless driving, driving while unlicensed and no tag;
Darryl Jones, 132 12th St., Barnesville, carrying a concealed weapon;
Marcus Marshall, 18101 Waldrup Cove, Decatur, theft by shoplifting;
Larisma Milner, 100 Longview Loop, Thomaston, giving false name to a law enforcement officer and allowing another to violate state law.
Officers answered 61 calls for service including three accidents, two alarms, one EMS assist, 14 building security checks, one burglary, two crowd control, two damage to property, one disturbance, three domestics, 14 escorts, two fights, one juvenile complaint, one loud music, five miscellaneous, one missing person, one robbery, one shoplifting, three suspicious persons/vehicles and three thefts. They issued 27 citations including one allowing another to violate state law, one defective equipment, one DUI, one driving while unlicensed, two expired tags, one failure to register vehicle, one failure to stop at stop sign, one fleeing and attempting to elude, one giving false name to law enforcement officer, one leaving the scene of an accident, one no license in person, one no tag, five seat belt violations, one shoplifting, six speeding, one reckless driving and one violation of license restrictions.
Call investigators Al Moltrum or Dickie Carreker at 770-358-1244 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. [Full Story »]