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Sheriff’s report

Between Friday, Feb. 18, and Friday, Feb. 25, the Lamar County sheriff’s office made the following arrests: Erricken Vontaque Carr, 38, Griffin, probation violation; Clifton Winston Warren, 26, Stone Mountain, serving time; Lonnie Joe Bradford, 50, Barnesville, DUI less safe, weaving over the roadway, no license on person and other warrants pending; Jeffery Dennis Gilbert, 42, Milner, driving while license suspended or revoked; Patrick John Douglas, 33, Griffin, released to another agency; Jerry Wayne Lewis, 44, Griffin, probation violation; Laura Desirey Minchew, 29, Barnesville, disorderly conduct; Fletcher Sinclair Antone, 23, Fayetteville, violation of driving permit; Sheldon M. Ragland, 19, Stone Mountain, aggravated assault; Isaiah Lamar Duncan, 20, Griffin, contempt of court; Anthony Anville Slaughter Jr., 19, no address given, child molestation; Jerry Glynn Nelson, 48, Thomaston, giving false name or information to police; Fernando Rey Gonzalez, 37, Barnesville, driving while license suspended or revoked and no license plate; Markeith Bernard Brown, 19, Barnesville, speeding and driving while license suspended or revoked; Terry Wendell Dobbs, 44, Atlanta, serving time; Benjamin Woods, 36, Barnesville, possession, manufacture, sale or purchase of marijuana; Rebecca Lynne Belaus, 17, Griffin, possession of alcoholic beverage under age 21; Devin Taylor Wells, 19, Griffin, possession of alcoholic beverage under age 21; Stephen Edward Hahn, 30, Milner, failure to report accident with injury or damage, DUI alcohol and no insurance; Bruce Darryl Davis, 49, no residence given, DUI alcohol and failure to dim headlights; Paul Stewart Kesner, 46, Oklahoma City, Okla., warrants pending; Kimbra Lee Dean, 54, Barnesville, family violence battery. Deputies answered 129 calls and the 911 center answered 102. Deputies responded to 38 calls, the Barnesville police department to 21 calls, Lamar County fire department to 25, Barnesville fire department to three and Mid Georgia ambulance to 46. There were 10 accidents. Deputies issued 20 traffic citations and served 24 warrants and 16 subpoenas and civil papers.

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