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Arrest report

Between Friday, February 16 and Thursday, February 22 the following were processed through the Lamar County jail:

Jeremy Wayne Bell, 41, Monroe, probation violation;

Justin Edward Berner, 32, Cumming, aggravated assault and aggressive driving;

Yneesha Shamill Carnell, 41, Thomaston, simple assault;

Jeffrey Brandon Deaton, 53, Lilburn, in for court;

Terry Michael Edwards, 39, Forsyth, warrants pending;

Christopher Lee Ferrett, 44, Metamora, MI, following too closely, three counts possession of controlled substance with intent to distribute, driver to exercise due care and purchase, possession, manufacture, distribution or sale of marijuana;

William Chad Fuller, 46, Barnesville, no insurance, open container, two counts DUI, failure to maintain lane, driving while license suspended or revoked and suspended registration;

William Blake Gregory, 27, Jackson, probation violation;

Anthony James King, 45, Jonesboro, probation violation;

Rashida Kibibi Martin, 44, Barnesville, driving while license suspended or revoked and failure to dim headlights;

Jonathan Michael Mauldin, 28, Barnesville, warrants pending;

Amanda Rebecca McEver, 34, Milner, probation violation;

Timothy Wayne Nicholson, 42, Barnesville, warrants pending;

Tiffany Michell O’Connor, 29, homeless, warrants pending;

Tyler Dwayne Pitts, 34, Barnesville, entering automobile;

Rashana Rixter, 38, Covington, failure to appear;

Michael Vincent Smith, 52, Milner, state sentenced;

Trevor Dennis Swepson, 30, Thomaston, DUI and driving unsafe vehicle;

James David Teal, 50, Barnesville, wanted for Ellijay;

James Lewis Watts, 68, Barnesville, failure to register as a sex offender.

Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies answered 112 calls. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 14 911 calls. Lamar County Fire Fighters responded to 23 911 calls.Barnesville Fire Fighters responded to three 911 calls.  Ameripro Ambulance Service responded to 69 calls. There were four accidents. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies served eight state warrants. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies issued 63 traffic citations.  

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