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Sheriff’s Report

Between Friday, Dec. 28, and Thursday, Jan. 3, the Lamar County sheriff’s office made the following arrests April Michelle Smith, 30, Griffin, DUI alcohol; Allison Michelle Rachels, 33, Barnesville, theft by taking; Jarred Clay Smith, 31, Barnesville, disorderly conduct and obstructing or hindering an emergency call; Marcus Torrez Banks, 37, Barnesville, first degree forgery; Corey Bernard Mangham, 33, Griffin, arrested for another agency; Anthony Robert Scott, 21, Williamson, failure to appear; Robert Glenn Phillips, 43, Barnesville, theft of services and damaging, injuring or interfering with public utilities; Kenneth Wayne Jones IV, 46, no residence given, child support; David Hugh Arnold Jr., 47, Griffin, probation violation; Charles Jack Wilson III, 28, Covington, theft by receiving stolen property, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, improper lane change and failure to maintain lane; Dionne Nichole Calloway, 36, Covington, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and theft by receiving stolen property; Keith Dewayne Jones, 46, Selma, Ala., obstruction of an officer, possession, sale, purchase or manufacture of marijuana and possession of a drug related object; Avery Alexander Anderson, 39, Tallahassee, Fla., arrested for another agency; Ray Anthony Bradley, 55, Barnesville, child support; Shannon Earl Dean, 47, Milner, possession of a controlled substance; Deidre Lynn Ennis, 46, Barnesville, possession of a controlled substance, failure to maintain lane and other charges; Jeffery Mark Taras, 50, no residence given, bench warrant; Dejean Omari Ross, 19, Jonesboro, obstruction of an officer and criminal trespass; Dennis Stroud, 45, Griffin, driving while license suspended or revoked and weaving over roadway. Deputies answered 112 calls and the 911 center answered 71. Deputies responded to 17 calls, the Barnesville police department to 20, Lamar firefighters to 12, the Barnesville fire department to three and Mid-Georgia Ambulance to 38. There were 11 accidents. Deputies served 11 warrants and issued 12 citations.

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