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Sheriff’s report

Between Friday, Nov. 6, and Thursday, Nov. 12, the Lamar County sheriff’s office made 24 arrests: Fernando A. Beckham, 30, Jackson, DUI, speeding, open container and weaving over roadway. Donald Stephen Springer, 29, Williamson, arrested for Columbus police. Bryan Wayne Nicholson, 23, Barnesville, possession of marijuana. Donald Eugene Nicholson III, 27, Barnesville, possession of marijuana. Ra Gomez Carmona, 27, Thomaston, driving without a license and speeding. Eric Alfonza Fletcher, 35, Barnesville, child support default. Jesus Talavera, 31, Duluth, driving without a license and no seat belt. Mackel Anthony Traylor, 45, Barnesville, failure to appear in probate court. Oscar Billy Williams, 41, Barnesville, no insurance, replacement plates, DUI and driving with a suspended license. Manuel Vargas Ramirez, 20, Marietta, arrested for Cobb County. Walter Stanley Sommerville, 45, Sanford, Fla., signal required for changing lanes, obstructed vision and two counts of felony VGCSA. Dawn Eileen Brown, 40, Barnesville, probation violation. Teddy Lewis Johnston, 44, Mt. Vernon, probation violation. Jeffery Franklin Taylor, 37, Milner, probation violation. Jammaris Latuan Williams, 20, Barnesville, cruelty to animals and abandoning dogs. Casper Denzel Jenkins, 26, Thomaston, probation violation. James Cecil Rice Jr., 26, Griffin, probation violation. Jordan Russell Romine, 20, Woodstock, possession of marijuana and weaving over the roadway. Jelita-Akisha Danyale Robinson, 17, Barnesville, disorderly conduct. Ronnie Dean Spence Jr., 26, Barnesville, contempt of superior court, financial transaction card fraud and theft by receiving stolen property. Arnold Allen Greene, 25, Knoxville, Tenn., felony VGCSA, drugs not in original container and weaving over the roadway. Nelson Geovany Mejia, 28, Griffin, driving without a license and weaving over the roadway. Branden Jacob Wright, 19, Barnesville, disorderly conduct. Michael Angelo Jacobs, 29, Barnesville, battery and parole violation. Deputies answered 130 calls, responded to 24 traffic accidents, served 23 warrants and 15 civil papers and/or subpoenas and issued 23 citations. Lamar County E-911 received 107 emergency calls, dispatching county deputies to 29, city police to 28, country fire and rescue to 33, city fire and rescue to three and EMS to 56.

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