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Sheriff’s report

Between Friday, October 22 and Thursday, October 31 the following were processed through the Lamar County jail: Christina Marie Brock, 30, Griffin, possession of amphetamine and possession of marijuana; Michelle Maya Cheatham, 45, Stone Mountain, probation violation; Denzel Jamal Cotton, 23, Macon, serving time; Tyreil Dyes, 20, Barnesville, criminal trespass; Brandy Michelle Faulkner, 34, Milner, driving with suspended license, no brake lights or working signals; Tray Antonio Harris, 33, Griffin, probation violation; Shaneika Chenelle Holt, 36, Barnsville, driving with suspended license, driving with no insurance and criminal trespass; Lindsay Nicole Jackson, 41, Thomaston, housed for another agency; Donald Ray Kadel, 51, Barnesville, family violence battery, two counts cruelty to children; Ericka Lachell Mathis, 43, theft by taking, forgery and theft by deception; Kole Gregory McCormick, 26, Griffin, wanted for Monroe County; Roberto Manuel Nunez-Baez, 21, Barnesville, tag requirements, illegal material on windows, expired drivers license and theft by receiving; Justin Jenard Owusu, 29, Barnesville, two counts violation of probation; John parker Plageman, 23, Griffin, DUI – refusal, DUI – less safe-alcohol and reckless driving; Ashley Megan Rice, 29, Woodstock, posssession of methamphetamine, possession and use of drug related objects, possession of firearm or knife during the commission of a crime and criminal trespass; Angela Marie Statham, 38, Meansville, housed for another agency; Adrian Timoftica, 31, Barnesville, possession of methamphetamine, possession and use of drug related objects, criminal trespass and possession of firearm or knife during commission of a crime; Wesley David Triplett, 27, Griffin, failure to appear; Dylan Robert Williams, 22, Barnesville, theft by shoplifting.  Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies answered 170 calls. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 14 911 calls. Lamar County Fire Fighters responded to 16 911 calls. Barnesville Fire Fighters responded to five 911 calls     Community Ambulance Service responded to 159 calls.      There were 12 accidents. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies served nine state warrants. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies issued 19 traffic citations.

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