Between Saturday, May 7, and Friday, May 13, the sheriff’s office made the following arrests:Sherry Lynn Moore, 40, Barnesville, failure to appear;Terry Owens Moore, 48, Barnesville, failure to appear;Kaleb Dante Anderson, 25, Jackson, driving while license suspended or revoked;Leonard Collier, 46, Barnesville, two counts child support;Jeffery Lee Anderson, 51, Jackson, aggravated battery, second degree criminal damage to property and obstruction of an officer;Joshua Paul Crowe, 18, Barnesville, criminal trespass, traffic misdemeanor, failure of duty to stop at the scene, hit and run or leaving the scene of an accident and no child restraint seat;Brandon Chase Lynch, 19, Griffin, probation violation;Paul Wade Melton, 48, Barnesville, probation violation;Kenneth Wayne Jones, 44, Barnesville, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, theft of services and two counts possession, sale, purchase or manufacture of methamphetamine;Lucas Ray Bryan, 19, Barnesville, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and loud music/noise violation;Jacob Keith Place, 21, Stockbridge, theft by taking and tampering with evidence;Thomas Edward Lenhart III, 27, Barnesville, disorderly conduct;Charles David Nipper Jr., 44, Barnesville, obstruction of an officer;John W. Stailey, 47, Dallas, obstruction of an officer;Richard Aaron Watkins, 43, Forsyth, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass;Damien Kimron Carter, 27, Barnesville, serving time;Corey Nathaniel Smith, 20, Waycross, two counts battery, two counts false imprisonment, two counts riot, two counts criminal solicitation, two counts theft by extortion and two counts terroristic threats and acts.Deputies answered 147 calls and the 911 center answered 80. Deputies responded to 29 calls, the Barnesville police department responded to 14, Lamar County fire department to 23, Barnesville fire department to one and Mid Georgia ambulance to 41. There were 13 accidents. Deputies issued 22 traffic citations and served 39 warrants and 11 subpoenas and civil papers.
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