Between Friday, September 21 and Thursday, September 27 the following were processed through the Lamar County jail:Neosha Kimyate Anderson, 25, Barnesville, disorderly conduct;Tiffany Denise Barkley, 27, Griffin, driving on wrong side of road, driving without a valid license and giving false information to officers;Keenan Levar Barron, 40, Thomaston, driving while license suspended or revoked;Armon Tobias Beckett, 29, Savannah, failure to appear;Abigail Marie Blake, 17, Barnesville, disorderly conduct;Nicholas Patrick Fambro, 26, Barnesville, DUI;Jeremiah Lavar Gibson, 19, Macon, obstruction and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana;Edmond Jermaine Harris, 35, Barnesville, two counts sale of cocaine;Aja Nicole Harrison, 38, Toombsboro, unlawful to cross guard lines to deliver an inmate a controlled substance, expired registration, possession of methamphetamine, possession of schedule IV controlled substance, possession and use of drug related objects, tag alteration and no insurance;Dustin Brock Harrison, 30, Toombsboro, possession of methamphetamine and possession and use of drug related objects;Tina English Lominack, 49, Culloden, warrants pending;Megan Sollenberger McCune, 31, Barnesville, four counts fourth degree forgery and four counts theft by receiving stolen property;Randy Minor Pattillo, 47, Griffin, theft by taking;Jalen Keion Peavy, 21, Griffin, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and tampering with evidence;James Leon Ray, 43, Barnesville, no insurance, suspended registration and failure to maintain lane;Shyneece Yatisha Roach, 19, Barnesville, serving time;Melissa Rojas, 35, Barnesville, serving time;Annie Ruth Traylor, 59, Barnesville, obstruction;Jeremiah Elijah Vansipe, 17, Barnesville, failure to appear;Roger William Zink, 30, Conyers, expired registration, fleeing or attempting to elude, reckless driving, expired registration, no insurance, failure to maintain lane and driving without a valid license.Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies answered 150 calls. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 12 911 calls. Lamar County Fire Fighters responded to 17 911 calls.Barnesville Fire Fighters responded to two 911 calls. Community Ambulance Service responded to 147 calls. There were 10 accidents. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies served 12 state warrants. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies issued 16 traffic citations.
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