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Sheriff’s report

Between Saturday, Oct. 16, and Friday, Oct. 22, the Lamar County sheriff’s office made the following arrests: Eddie Jermaine Crockett, 30, Barnesville, disorderly conduct; Diablito Maurice Wade, 31, Griffin, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana; Jeremy Donquez Jester, 22, Griffin, probation violation; Brian Edward Altman, 29, Barnesville, driving while license suspended or revoked, open container and weaving over roadway; Cleater Wade Bailey, 31, Conyers, no charges listed; Jacob Shade Thompson, 17, Barnesville, burglary; Raymond Wayne Denton, 24, Barnesville, simple battery; Sharoz Hasan Smith, 25, Owensburg, Ind., following too closely, possession, manufacture, sale or purchase of marijuana, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and possession of a firearm or knife during the commission of a crime; Jason Latorris Lawrence, 33, Barnesville, contempt of court; Johnathan Keenan Gant, 18, Fayetteville, driving without a license, windshield or tint violation and speeding; Lynn Bloodser, 40, Barnesville, child support; Antonio Shawn Chapman, 21, Barnesville, failure to appear; Damian Martinez Moncada, 42, Thomaston, driving while license suspended or revoked; Ciara Martique Lovern, 20, Atlanta, obstructing or hindering emergency medical technician, cruelty to children and consumption, purchase, furnishing or sale of alcohol under age; Bryan Cliff Ledford, 33, Thomaston, speeding; Brandon Renard Joe, 26, Tallahassee, Fla., possession, manufacture, sale or purchase of marijuana, driving while license suspended or revoked and following too closely; Ciara Jenea Norman, 21, Tallahassee, Fla., possession, manufacture, sale or purchase of marijuana; Willie James McDowell, 41, Barnesville, probation violation; Amy Elizabeth Sayer, 37, Griffin, deposit account fraud. Deputies answered 104 calls and Lamar County 911 answered 88. Deputies responded to 31 calls, the Barnesville police department to 26 calls, the Lamar County fire department to 18, the Barnesville fire department to two and Mid Georgia ambulance service responded to 32. There were 13 accidents. Deputies issued 16 traffic citations and served 31 warrants and 12 subpoenas or civil papers.

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