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Sheriff Report

Between Friday, July 1, and Sunday, July 10, the Lamar County sheriff’s office made the following arrests: Keanna Nicole Dover, 28, Locust Grove, contempt of court; Michelle Teresa Brown, 27, Milner, violation of limited driving permit conditions and improper license or tag; Harvey Lee Gibson, 58, Barnesville, simple battery and disorderly conduct; Michael Wayne Hart, 57, Milner, DUI less safe, open container and weaving over roadway; Deangelo Sanchez McCooy, 25, Manchester, disorderly conduct; Kevin Lee Partin, 28, Augusta, burglary; Michael Todd Hollis, 45, Milner, leaving the scene of an accident; Christopher Michael Chambley, 18, Milner, consumption or purchase of alcohol under age; Benjamin James Green, 21, Jacksonville, Fla., serving time; Willie George Nealy Jr., 39, Barnesville, probation violation; Michael Kirk Patrick, 18, Barnesville, obstruction of an officer and consumption or purchase of alcoholic beverage under age; William Harvey Reese, 69, Barnesville, simple battery and false imprisonment; Preston Lemuel Young, 21, Lithonia, probation violation; Jerald Ray Hightower, 27, Jackson, serving time; Christopher William Salsgiver, 19, Barnesville, probation violation, giving false name or information to police and speeding; Tammy Christine Sanderson, 41, Barnesville, cruelty to animals; Joel Anglin, 20, Molena, no charges listed; Douglas James Booker, 43, Canton, public drunkenness, disorderly conduct, criminal trespass, obstruction of an officer, impersonating a public officer or employee and criminal interference with government property; Yancey Worthy Sullivan, 41, Barnesville, arrested for another agency; Matthew Jake Owensby, 24, reckless conduct; Logon Albert Rees, 22, Milner, no insurance, driving while license suspended or revoked and other charges. Deputies answered 162 calls and the 911 center answered 122. Deputies responded to 80 calls, the Barnesville police department responded to 51, Lamar County fire department to 26, Barnesville fire department to three and Mid Georgia ambulance service responded to 45. There were 17 accidents. Deputies issued 62 traffic citations and served 18 warrants and 22 subpoenas or civil papers.

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