Between Friday, August 28 and Thursday, Sept. 3 the following were processed through the Lamar County jail:Malik Banks, 23, Griffin, abandonment;Malik Roberts Brinkley, 19, Covington, simple battery;Thayer Colton Carter, 30, McDonough, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, open container, following too closely and windshield violation;Gustavo Castillo-Rivera, 27, Forest Park, DUI, no driver’s license and one way roadway;Jennifer Allison Harris, 33, Flovilla, criminal damage to property and battery against a person who is 65 or older;Britton Allen Moore, 30, Barnesville, possession of schedule II controlled substance, unlawful to come inside guard lines to deliver inmate a controlled substance, obstruction of officers and public drunkenness;Daniel Enoch Presnell, 55, Milner, possession of methamphetamine, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of firearm by convicted felon and possession of firearm or knife during commission of or attempt to commit felonies;Nicholas Allen Presnell, 31, Milner, possession of meth with intent, possession of schedule I or II controlled substance with intent and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana;Trenton Daniel Presnell, 32, Milner, possession of meth and possession of less than an ounce of marijana;Michael Trevarus Sinclair, 32, Thomaston, driving while license suspended or revoked, failure to maintain insurance and expired registration;Jimmie Arnoz Taylor, 30, Barnesville, probation violation;Jennifer Townsend, 48, Barnesville, criminal trespass;Earl Wayman Tucker, 23, Ellenwood, arrested for another agency.Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies answered 171 calls. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 15 911 calls. Lamar County Fire Fighters responded to 19 911 calls.Barnesville Fire Fighters responded to two 911 calls. Community Ambulance Service responded to 159 calls. There were 18 accidents. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies served 21 state warrants. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies issued 25 traffic citations.
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