Between Friday, Jan. 9, and Thursday, Jan. 15, the sheriff’s office processed the following people through its jail:Courtney Thuron Baker, 22, Barnesville, disorderly conduct;Terry Lynn Britt, 29, Coffee County, Ga., Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act trafficking in cocaine, illegal drugs, marijuana or methamphetamine, VGCSA possession of meth with intent to distribute, VCGSA possession of ecstasy, possession of a firearm or knife during the commission or attempt to commit a crime, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, VGCSA possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and parole violation;Michael Shane Curtis, 40, Milner, arrested for another agency;Dustin Jeremy Daniel, 30, Lawrenceville, possession of meth, driving while license suspended or revoked and window, windshield or wiper violation;Darmetria Latoya Evans, 33, Lithonia, child support;Jason Brandon Hood, 35, Griffin, shoplifting;Charlie Frank Howard, 53, Barnesville, child support;Christopher Merritt Jester, 21, Locust Grove, reckless driving and speeding;Demtrius Lamont Johnson, 35, Concord, battery and criminal trespass;William Dennis Johnson, 62, Yatesville, DUI alcohol in a commercial vehicle and open container;Jason Dean Kidd, 32, Griffin, warrants pending;Samantha Kight, 37, Fitzgerald, trafficking cocaine, VGCSA possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, VGCSA possession of ecstasy, VGCSA possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of a firearm or knife during the commission of or attempt to commit felonies, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, weaving over roadway, reckless driving and driving while license suspended or revoked;Steven Dontavious King, 30, Zebulon, probation violation;Jalessa Chanell Livingston, 22, McDonough, reckless driving and speeding;Michael Lucear, 24, Forsyth, serving time;Brett McLendon, 20, Forsyth, false imprisonment;Andrea Latoyla McDay, 32, Griffin, reckless driving and driving while license suspended or revoked;Jerome Bubba McFadden, 44, Barnesville, public drunkenness and possession and use of drug related objects;Devin Lamar Merritt, 20, Forsyth, battery;Enrique Perez, 43, Jonesboro, warrants pending and possession of drug related object;Christopher Lee Piper, 23, Milner, disorderly conduct;Johnnie Clifford Radford, 64, Griffin, serving time;Mary Ann Rasheed, 53, Flovilla, weaving over roadway and DUI alcohol;Shun Lasha Richards, 42, Griffin, probation violation;Gregory Jerome Richardson, 52, Barnesville, failure to register as a sex offender;Shedrick Johnrose Rouse, 34, Macon, arrested for another agency;Tabarion Montrell Rousseau, 26, Griffin, weaving over roadway, two counts DUI alcohol and driving while license suspended or revoked;Adam Job Salter, 36, Meansville, bench warrant;Leon Scott, 58, Griffin, probation violation;Darren Demetrius Settles, 32, Barnesville, probation violation;Tommy Broxton Sherlock, 21, North Augusta, S.C., DUI alcohol;Robert Dean Sims, 46, Griffin, driving while license withdrawn and brake or turn signal violation;Bobby Smarr, 44, Griffin, two counts failure to appear;Charles Farris Strickland, 41, Griffin, serving time;Kelvin Lee Tucker, 36, Barnesville, failure to appear;Harry James Walker, 35, Forsyth, child support;Tiffany Jean Washington, 32, Jackson, arrested for another agency;Jonathan Edward Westbrook, 31, Snellville, possession of meth, possession of roxicodone, VGCSA possession of Xanax, drugs not in original container and possession and use of drug related objects;Akia Dejuan Whatley, 18, Barnesville, disorderly conduct;Yasmin Armena Wright, 24, Griffin, failure to appear;Chasity Lashea Zachery, 29, Griffin, cruelty to children and family violence aggravated assault.Deputies answered 138 calls and the 911 center answered 85. Deputies responded to 26 calls, the Barnesville police department to 22, Lamar firefighters to 19, Barnesville firefighters to eight and Mid-Georgia Ambulance Service to 57. There were 16 accidents. Deputies served 44 warrants and issued 17 citations.
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