Cadrea Jaffion Bailey, 21, 108 Robin St., was charged Tuesday with five counts of financial transaction card fraud.
Craig Darryl Liverpool, 21, 602 Casa Park Court, Winter Springs, Fla., was charged Tuesday with speeding, driving with a suspended license and improper stopping or slowing in lane.
Patricia Y. Segreti, 45, 108 Hilltop Circle, Omega, was charged Tuesday with speeding and driving with a suspended license.
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Jerome James Jackson, 45, 107 Pine St., was charged Tuesday with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, DUI, driving with a suspended or revoked license, an open container violation, weaving over the roadway and tail/tag lights missing or inoperative.
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Lionel Jerome Martin, 27, 61 Hillside Drive, was charged Tuesday with driving without insurance, a vehicle registration violation and a safety restraint violation.
Stephanie Elizabeth Parks, 22, 514 Old Brookfield Road, was charged Tuesday with a probation violation.
Belita K. Rowan, 47, 437 Everett Carter Road, Lenox, was charged Tuesday with driving with a suspended license and a safety restraint violation.
Kevin Solmon White, 31, 405 Park Ave. N., was charged Wednesday with giving a false name or address to a law enforcement officer.
Melvin Dalton Jr., 44, 1205 Berry Lane, was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct and not failure to maintain lane and driving with a suspended license as printed in the Tuesday Police Report in the Tifton Gazette.
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Ocilla firefighter answers the call – at his own home
Captain Kenneth Hendley, with the Ocilla Fire Department, answered a call Tuesday afternoon, just as he's done hundreds of times before.
Couple robbed at gunpoint
Tifton police responded to an armed robbery at a local business on South Park Avenue Tuesday morning.
Woman robbed while child waits in car
A local woman was robbed early Wednesday morning by three males at her residence while her child was locked in the car.
Officers follow 'gut' – get the guy
A suspicious check Tuesday afternoon by Tifton police officers leads to a man’s arrest for burglary.
Hall of Fame? It's time, says AD
The idea of having an Athletic Hall of Fame at the Tift County High School Performing Arts Center resulted in a lengthy discussion at Tuesday night’s Tift County Board of Education meeting.
Athletic Director Rusty Smith said he and others are proposing a Tift County Athletic Hall Fame. He said they travel to other schools that have a Hall of Fame, but Tift County doesn’t have one.
TCHS, CSE get just 'rewards'
Tift County High School and Charles Spencer Elementary School have been recognized as Title I Reward schools, announced Tammie Smith, director of federal programs, at Tuesday night’s Tift County Board of Education meeting.
According to Smith, this is part of Georgia’s waiver from the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. She informed board members that instead of having AYP (Adequate Yearly Progress) status, now schools are classified as a reward, priority, focus or alert school.
Give back while you give to others
The United Way of South Central Georgia has many ways to raise funds to support its programs and provide assistance for local residents. But one of its newest ways is an online store, located on the organization's website at www.uway-socenga.org.
County tables dress ordinance until 2014
County commissioners met for their final meeting of the year Monday night, and agreed to table discussion of an appropriate dress ordinance. Discussion has been tabled previously, as commissioners have requested more time to study the matter before an ordinance is proposed.
Freedom Seekers turn out in Tifton
The cloudy weather didn’t keep bikers from coming out in large numbers Saturday morning to kick off the annual Freedom Seekers Motorcycle Club’s Tifton Toy Run at Tifton Harley-Davidson.
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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