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Sheriff’s report

Between Friday, Sept. 25, and Thursday, Oct. 1, the Lamar County sheriff’s department made 15 arrests: William Edward Littiken, 31, Barnesville, tag light required, DUI and driving without license; Johnathan Alvin Price, 21, Thomaston, driving without license; Patrick Dewayne Calloway, 30, Barnesville, felony possession of marijuana and speeding; Jesus Ernesto Ventura, 20, Barnesville, speeding and driving without license; Jonathan Hunter Shivers, 20, Barnesville, simple assault, criminal trespass and simple battery; Adriano Santos Ferreira, 22, Stockbridge, possession of marijuana and weaving over roadway; James Kelvin Goodwin, 41, Luthersville, probation violation; Eric Eugene Washington, 25, Port Wentworth, possession of a firearm during commission of a crime, weaving over roadway, following too close and felony possession of marijuana; Michel Pierre Bardet, 48, Marietta, possession of marijuana; Grant Antanias Hearns, 24, Savannah, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime and felony possession of marijuana; Ryan Matthew Smith, 29, Corbin, Ky., felony possession of dangerous drugs and drugs in other container; Tommy Ray Thompson, 30, Corbin, Ky., weaving over roadway, felony possession of dangerous drugs and drugs in other container; Wesley Allen Chandler, 24, Brooks, kidnapping; James Edward Banks III, 52, Barnesville, driving without license; Johnny Leon Fambro, 28, Milner, battery and cruelty to children.  Deputies answered 143 calls, responded to 16 traffic accidents, served 18 warrants and 12 civil papers and/or subpoenas and issued 38 citations. Lamar County E-911 received 78 emergency calls, dispatching county deputies to 22, Barnesville police to 27, county fire and rescue to 22, city fire to two and EMS to 43.

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