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Sheriff Report

Between Friday, April 19, and Thursday, April 25, the Lamar County sheriff’s office made the following arrests: Jenez Latuan Williams, 21, no residence given, probation violation; Charles Hoke Robinson, 53, Barnesville, serving time; Robert Steven Cochran, 27, Forsyth, serving time; Tony Richard Cox, 51, no residence given, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana; Lawrence Joseph Damiano, 41, Milner, disorderly conduct; Andricus Damontae Rogers, 21, Barnesville, battery; Angela Warren McGovern, 34, Covington, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana; Edwin Wayne Harris Jr., 20, Barnesville, battery; Jamie Herbert Arnold, 37, Barnesville, serving time; Ernest Tyrone Buckner Jr., 29, Forsyth, serving time; Michael Clyde Nicholson, 38, Barnesville, theft of services; Joshua Michael Alexander, 22, Barnesville, disorderly conduct; Brandon Paul Smith, 30, Barnesville, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon; Phillip Irving Banks, 25, Hampton, driving while license suspended or revoked; Waltavious Terrell Collier, 23, Barnesville, contempt of court; Gromeka Lashawn Davis, 39, Jesup, manufacture, sale or distribution of schedule I and II drugs; Jennrice Quartil McDowell Jr., 18, Barnesville, state sentence; Ramond Duval McBeth, 32, no residence listed, driving while license suspended or revoked and speeding; Gregory Deon Londy, 27, Macon, state sentence; Danny Lee Wooten, 37, Jonesboro, theft by taking and burglary; Randall Paul Ramos, 26, Griffin, burglary and theft by taking; Jerrard Antwon Burris, 25, Ellenwood, probation violation; Jarred Clay Smith, 32, Barnesville, disorderly conduct; Beverly Denise Zicafoose, 43, Milner, disorderly conduct; Alexandra Ivory Johnson, 18, Jonesboro, theft by shoplifting; Alexis G. Henry, 21, Norcross, theft by shoplifting. Deputies answered 136 calls and the 911 center answered 94. Deputies responded to 24 calls, the Barnesville police department to 27, Lamar County firefighters to 24, Barnesville fire department to three and Mid-Georgia Ambulance to 50. There were 10 accidents. Deputies served four warrants and issued nine traffic citations.

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