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Sheriff’s Report

Between Saturday, July 3, and Fri-day, July 9, the sheriff’s office made the following arrests: Calvin Saige Adams, 19, Barnesville, weaving over roadway and DUI alcohol; Carlos Lamar Gibbs, 31, Barnesville, reckless driving and other charges; Kurtis Cooper Barronton, 36, Jonesboro, DUI alcohol, speeding and open container; Leland James Osborne, 25, no residence listed, no charges listed; Cleater Wade Bailey, 30, Conyers, no charges listed; William T. Farley, 24, Zebulon, serving time; Coty Allen Smith, 23, Milner, serving time; James Louis Gentry, 19, Milner, serving time; Thomas Joseph Connors, 48, Jackson, arrested for another agency; Dalton Allen Kingsbury, 20, Williamson, contempt of court; Christopher Kent Bowen, 34, Jackson, affray; Terry Allen, 26, Florida City, Fla., probation violation; Robert Edward Wilkins, 27, Griffin, in for investigation; Timothy Kyle Long, 19, Griffin, in for investigation; Marcus Kevin Pitts, 34, no residence given, simple assault; Jason Christopher Bates, 31, Griffin, obstruction of an officer, driving while license suspended or revoked and other charges; Quinetta Chenika Wellmaker, 24, Barnesville, failure to appear; Cordalro Jerome Mathis, 21, Rex, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and open container; Monquez Meon Norwood, 23, Rex, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana; Eric Brandon Traver, 23, Rex, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana; Joshua David Anderson, 18, Carrollton, no charges listed; Lula Mae Evans, 68, Thomaston, first degree forgery and theft by deception; Quincy Dewayne Searcy, 20, no residence listed, giving false name or information to the police; Tyree Cornelius Jones, 30, Thomaston, failure to appear; Ramiro Delaluz Bernal, 29, Hapeville, driving without a license and speeding. Deputies answered 113 calls and the 911 center answered 88. Deputies responded to 30 calls, the Barnesville police department to 26 calls, Lamar County firefighters to 21, the Barnesville fire department responded to two and Mid Georgia Ambulance to 37. There were nine accidents. Deputies issued 53 traffic citations and served 26 warrants and 11 subpoenas/civil papers

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