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Lamar County Sheriff’s Report

Between Friday, May 25 and Thursday, May 31, the Lamar County sheriff’s department made the following arrests: Joshua Ryan Fowler, 21, Juliette, serving time; Miles Nicolas Hamilton, 21, Jackson, serving time; Fernando Larzur Searcy, 33, Thomaston, probation violation; Richard Tyron Barrett, 51, Barnesville, two counts possession, sale or manufacture of cocaine, possession of a drug-related object, Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, drugs not in original container and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana; Rafael Ramirez Connell, 27, Griffin, child support; David Carl Goddard, 51, Barnesville, driving while license suspended or revoked; Albert Brown, 57, Macon, contempt of court; Tedrick Demon Stroud, 27, Griffin, arrested for another agency; Wayne Anderson Jr., 23, Griffin, failure to maintain lane, reckless driving, DUI alcohol and other charges; Dustin Franklin McGahee, 21, Jackson, DUI alcohol, weaving over roadway and criminal trespass; Donnie Steven Job, 56, Griffin, cruelty to a person 65 years of age or older; Richard Ronald Rutledge, 23, Jenkinsburg, criminal trespass; Heather Leighan Evans, 25, Griffin, criminal trespass; Michael Thomas Brown, 23, Griffin, arrested for another agency; Michael Ray London, 53, Lilburn, possession, sale, purchase or manufacture of methamphetamine and giving false name or information to police officer; Daniel Robert McKiernan, 24, Stone Mountain, possession, sale, purchase or manufacture of meth and giving false name or information to police officer; Patty Sue Young, 31, Cobbtown, possession, sale, purchase or manufacture of meth and no seat belt; Brandon Kyle Bass, 23, Quitman, two counts first degree forgery and two counts theft by receiving stolen property; Henry Edward Calhoun, 31, Forsyth, child support; Elly Xander Johnson, 28, no residence given, arrested for another agency; Marion Anthony Norwood, 44, Atlanta, arrested for another agency. Deputies answered 219 calls and the 911 center answered 115. Deputies responded to 28 calls, the Barnesville police department to 30, Lamar County firefighters to 25, the Barnesville fire department to six and Mid-Georgia Ambulance to 53. There were 16 accidents. Deputies served one warrant and issued 17 traffic citations.

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