Between Friday, November 6 and Thursday, November 12 the following were processed through the Lamar County jail:Johnny Mitchell Anderson, 29, Jackson, housed for another agency;Johnny Roy Barkley, 56, Milner, criminal trespass, terroristic threats and simple assault;Darius Antwon Bentley, 19, Barnesville, criminal trespass;James Douglas Cato, 56, Thomaston, loitering or prowling, possession of methamphetamine and abandonment of dangerous drugs;Eric John Kenneth Coe, 24, Atlanta, two counts theft by taking and escape;Harmon Keith Coe, 47, The Rock, tag alteration, acquiring license plate for the purpose of concealing identification of vehicle, suspended registration and driving while license suspended or revoked;Donna Denise Crawford, 46, Barnesville, wanted out of Pike County;Leonard Tyler Curry, 28, Culloden, housed for another agency;Robert Leon Haralson, 57, no address listed, probation violation;Mindy Jai Howard, 31, The Rock, possession of meth;Kenneth Wayne Jones, 54, Barnesville, possession of amphetamine and speeding;Heather Miller Lawton, 38, Albany, bench warrant;Jessica Marie Martin, 36, Thomaston, license violation;Jontavious Miguel McFadden, 29, Barnesville, possession of a firearm by convicted felon and reckless conduct;Jarvis Shantavious Merritt, 27, Barnesville, reckless driving, bribery, reckless conduct, criminal trespass and failure to report accident with damage or injury;John Leroy Moyer, 50, Barnesville, probation violation;Charles Frances Penn, 66, Barnesville, violation of probation or parole;Carlton Gus Piper, 22, Barnesville, serving time;Nathaniel Ray Suggs, 37, Barnesville, possession of a controlled substance and possession and use of drug related objects;Devion Latrell Thomas, 21, Madison, WI, housed for another agency;Anricus Marquez Tolen, 43, Forsyth, housed for another agency.Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies answered 135 calls. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to 11 911 calls. Lamar County Fire Fighters responded to 17 911 calls. Barnesville Fire Fighters responded to two 911 calls. Community Ambulance Service responded to 143 calls. There were 12 accidents. Lamar County Sheriff’s Deputies served 14 state warrants and issued six traffic citations.