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Sheriff report

Between Friday, April 12, and Thursday, April 18, the Lamar County sheriff’s office made the following arrests: Douglas Leon Smith, 74, Barnesville, habitual violator and weaving over roadway; Deaundra Chel’le Dorsey, 22, Griffin, serving time; Eloise Patrick, 59, Griffin, serving time; Debrian Dionte Hollomon, 25, Morrow, serving time; Demorio Antwon Raglin, 32, Griffin, serving time; Christian Cody Kempe, 28, Locust Grove, serving time; Joseph Allen Alexander, 25, Williamson, serving time; Jerome Dorn, 61, Atlanta, driving without a license; Kudakwashe Machona, 25, Atlanta, speeding, reckless driving, open container and DUI alcohol; Ernest Tyrone Buckner Jr., 29, Forsyth, serving time; Briton Paul Wilson, 26, Forsyth, arrested for another agency; Jason Neal Herndon, 23, Meansville, public drunkenness and other charges; Kahana Santini Jackson, 22, Barnesville, probation violation; Jessie Nicole Burke, 28, Griffin, serving time; Kevin Lee Tucker, 34, Barnesville, probation violation; Shaun Ray Williams, 31, Milner, battery; Travis Santeal Dixon, 28, Thomaston, probation violation; Cody Marshall Turner, 22, Lyons, driving while license suspended or revoked and weaving over roadway; Paula McGahee Roy, 42, Barnesville, Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act; Mary Jacklyn Hood, 27, Forsyth, arrested for another agency; Johnny Reyes Jr, 21, Florida City, Fla., two counts drug trafficking in cocaine, marijuana or illegal drugs, manufacture, sale or distribution of schedule I and II drugs, possession, manufacture, sale or purchase of marijuana, and two counts manufacture, sale or purchase of cocaine; Michael Andrew Miranda, 26, Homestead, Fla., weaving over roadway; Justin Adam Holloway, 29, no residence listed, battery and cruelty to children; Thomas Haugabook Jr., 20, Americus, two counts first degree forgery. Deputies answered 196 calls and the 911 center answered 128. Deputies responded to 33 calls, the Barnesville police department to 34, Lamar County firefighters to 24, the Barnesville fire department to three and Mid-Georgia Ambulance to 65. There were 11 accidents. Deputies issued 17 citations.

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