TIFTON POLICE DEPT.
Shakeria Lachelle Brinkley, 21, 2414 Dianna Ave., was charged Friday with a probation violation.
Belinda Diane Dixon, 36, 214 W. 13th St., was charged Sunday with battery (family violence).
Darryl Gugliotta, 37, 120 E. 13th St., Apt. 22, was charged Monday with disorderly conduct.
Leroy Jones, 57, 1311 S. Central Ave., Lot 32, was charged Sunday with loitering or prowling.
Corey Daniel Marchant, 24, 1570 Shingler Little River Road, Ashburn, was charged Monday with driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Roman Antonio Morrow, 30, 113 Benjamin St., was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct.
Mike Smith, 49, 14 Clay Drive, was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct.
Tony Smith Jr., 32, 313 Old Omega Road, Lot 43, was charged Monday with disorderly conduct.
Markey De’Andre Stevens, 19, 745 W. Madison Ave., Ashburn, was charged Saturday with misdemeanor possession of marijuana.
Bobby Tyrone Wiley, 38, 107 Fulwood St., Alapaha, was charged Monday with a probation violation.
Charles Edward Williams, 46, 155 Parkway Drive, Lot 65, was charged Monday with theft by shoplifting.
Sharae Mercy Wolford, 23, 99 Tifton-Eldorado Road, Apt. 1D, was charged Friday with a probation violation.
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Martin Cabanas Avalos, 24, 227 New River Blvd., was charged Sunday with DUI, failure to maintain lane and driving without a license.
Arnaldo Aviles, 35, 1505 Robert Oliver Road, was charged Saturday with DUI, driving with a suspended or revoked license and failure to maintain lane.
Nicholas Hamilton Cady, 30, 1359 Highfield Drive, Clearwater, Fla., was charged Monday with misdemeanor possession of marijuana.
Isaac Jose Domingo, 26, 155 Parkway Drive, Lot 27, was charged Friday with failure to dim headlights and driving without a license.
Santiago Hernandez, 49, 677 Sixth St., was charged Sunday with DUI, driving with a suspended or revoked license and failure to maintain lane.
Corey Mathew Howard, 31, 503 Whidden St., was charged Saturday with driving with a suspended or revoked license and no seat belt.
Jose Manuel Huerta, 24, 7 Sherri Lane, was charged Saturday with DUI, failure to maintain lane and driving without a license.
Kimothy Kishawn Jamison, 26, 9211 Campus Court, Apt. 8, Tampa, Fla., was charged Monday with speeding and improper stopping or slowing in the lane of traffic.
Eduardo Reus Mendoza, 53, 3775 Highway 82 W., Lot 6, was charged Sunday with DUI, failure to maintain lane and driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Cherish Elease Morris, 25, 389 Willis Still Road, Chula, was charged Saturday with obstruction or hindering law enforcement officers without force.
Johnny Eugene Roe, 35, 458 Oak Ridge Road, was charged Sunday with a probation violation and giving a false name, address or birth date to a law enforcement officer.
Reginald Lamar Tabor, 43, 715 Collins Ave., was charged Friday with a probation violation.
Anthony Benard Walker, 28, 229 Jones Road, Ocilla, was charged Saturday with driving with a suspended or revoked license and speeding.
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Donna Renee Allen, 39, 318 Hyde Lane, Norman Park, was charged Monday with driving with a suspended or revoked license and speeding.
Marquise Marnio Jenkins, 18, 3212 Walnut Way, Patterson, was charged Monday with operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration.
Jose Orozco Saldana, 30, 1407 Bill Bowen Road, Lot 3, was charged Monday with unlawful window tinting and driving without a license.
Hue Dowsy Wright Jr., 61, 1301 Crescent Drive, was charged Monday with driving with a suspended or revoked license and missing tail/tag lights.
Guillermo Rodriquez Zavala, 33, 625 Guthrie Church Road, Nashville, was charged Sunday with missing or defective headlights and driving without a license.
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Tifton native hopes to be Home Free during ‘Sing-Off’
Returning Monday night for a fourth season is NBC’s a cappella singing competition, “The Sing-Off,” which will feature Tifton native Austin Brown.
Performing with the group Home Free, 27-year-old Brown says he couldn’t ask for more or be more excited to have been given the opportunity to compete on the show.
“There’s no other platform like this for a group like Home Free,” he told The Tifton Gazette in a phone interview.
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Get Affordable Care answers at free event
Confused by the Affordable Healthcare Act? Many people are. But you can get answers this weekend at a free community lunch, to be held at Tift Regional Community Events Center.
Wrong way flight leads to arrest
A Tifton woman was arrested Wednesday after she fled from a deputy when driving the wrong way on a one-way street.
Trees headed to troops in time for the holidays
The first pickup of Christmas trees at the Brumby and White Christmas Tree Farm Thursday morning for the Trees for Troops program was a success as volunteers helped cut, bale, tag and load the trees to be delivered to designated pickup points throughout the area.
Pastors pen book they claim will 'blow the lid off America'
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Inspirational Sycamore man with rare disorder earns college degree
A Sycamore man with a very rare disorder and who has become an inspiration to those who know him has earned a college degree from DeVry University at the age of 63.
Juvenile reportedly threatens to burn down mother’s house
A juvenile was arrested Tuesday after threatening to burn down his mother’s house on South Park Avenue.
According to an incident report filed at the Tifton Police Department, officer Brian Shockley reported he spoke to a woman who lives in the 700 block of South Park Avenue. She informed him her son was burning papers in the ashtray inside of the residence. She told him to stop and he became angry.
Special Hearts chair will honor Shirley Millette
“One of my favorite things about the foundation is that every chair is totally different,” said Mike Brumby, executive director of the Tift County Foundation for Educational Excellence, when discussing the launch of a new chair.
“It’s the year of the chair,” he commented during an interview at The Tifton Gazette office. Not only does the idea of a new chair interest Brumby, but how they come about is the fascinating part.
Carpenter Road church’s annual live nativity set for Dec. 13, 14
To experience the true meaning of Christmas, Carpenter Road Church of God will be presenting their real-life nativity drive-through again this year. This free event will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Dec. 13 and 14. The church is located at 40 Carpenter Road North.
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