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Sheriff’s report

Between Friday, May 25 and Thursday, May 31 the following were processed through the Lamar County jail: Angela Yvette Alsobrook, 43, Barnesville, simple battery; Christopher Lee Avery, 43, Barnesville, aggravated assault; Dyran Sentell Banks, 26, Barnesville, serving time; Danny Lamar Bell, 55, Milner, serving time; Brandy Michelle Bostwick, 35, Jackson, serving time; Benjamin Lamar Bowles, 43, Barnesville, reckless driving, DUI, improper left turn, driving without a valid license, failure to maintain lane and fleeing or attempting to elude an officer; Christian Canceri Brown, 27, Jackson, driving without a valid license and failure to maintain lane; Shelia Goggins, 43, Barnesville, child support contempt; Moraiah Mercedes Hervey, 27, Riverdale, serving time; Mae Lee High, 54, Forsyth, parole violation; James Robert House, 37, Griffin, criminal trespass; Caweisi Darnoz Lavelle, 30, Barnesville, bench warrant, two counts obstruction and giving false name, address or birthdate to officers; Martina Noelle Marquez, 21, Milner, use of license plate with intent to conceal, failure to maintain lane, expired registration, driving without a valid license and no insurance; James Henry Lero Martin, 51, Macon, driving while license suspended or revoked and tag light violation; Jerome McFadden, 48, Barnesville, in for court; Kenedy Montfort, 54, Barnesville, simple battery; Colt Lewis Mosley, 17, Fayetteville, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, speeding and headlight violation; Jacob Denver Moyer, 25, Barnesville, expired registration, seatbelt violation and driving while license suspended or revoked; Curtis O’neal, 54, Barnesville, in for court; Christopher Todd Peugh, 48, Barnesville, state sentenced; Gage Corbit Scott, 22, Barnesville, serving time; Anthony Tyrone Wilson, 41, Barnesville, arrested for another agency. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies answered 149 calls. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 13 911 calls. Lamar County Fire Fighters responded to 14 911 calls. Barnesville Fire Fighters responded to four 911 calls. Community Ambulance Service re- sponded to 130 calls. There were 12 accidents. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies served 16 state warrants. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies issued 12 traffic citations.

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