Tifton Gazette

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February 6, 2013

Police report for Feb. 7

Crime briefs:

• A man reported Tuesday that someone broke into his storage unit located in the 3600 block of Highway 82 West and took a very large collection of NASCAR collectibles valued at $10,000, a large collection of antique toys valued at $4,000 and an assortment of what-nots and children’s books valued at $1,500.

TIFTON POLICE DEPT.

Quantavious Javante Carroll, 19, 100 Bridges St., Lot 20, Sylvester, was charged Tuesday with financial transaction card fraud.

TIFT CO. SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Joseph Casey Banda, 30, 222 Belmont Ave., was charged Tuesday with a probation violation.

Jamie Jamaul Brown, 30, 2902 Brunswick Ave., was charged Tuesday with possession of schedule III drug (hydrocodone) with the intent to distribute, possession of schedule III drug (oxycodone) with the intent to distribute, possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute and possession of schedule II drug (methadone) with the intent to distribute.

Frederick Lanier Carter, 46, 249 Mossy Oaks Drive, Sylvester, was charged Tuesday with a probation violation.

Jaoquinn Demonte Cunningham, 28, 2108 S. Park Ave., was charged Tuesday with a probation violation.

Jessica Edne Espinoza, 23, 255 W.B. Parks Road, Ty Ty, was charged Tuesday with theft by receiving stolen property and identity fraud/theft.

Mateo Feliceano, 46, 88 Turner Circle, Enigma, was charged Tuesday with speeding and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Terry Futch, 41, 188 Hartley Lane, Leesburg, was charged Tuesday with a probation violation.

Kiara Pocha Johnson, 23, 734 Duggan St., was charged Tuesday with speeding and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Demond Antonio Morris, 40, 3110 King Drive, was charged Tuesday with abandonment of dependent child support.

GEORGIA STATE PATROL

Maribel Viveros Bernal, 30, 106 Southside Drive, was charged Tuesday with driving without a license.

Brittany Marie Fogg, 20, 5023 Cougar Loop, Holiday, Fla., was charged Tuesday with driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Gerardo Guerra-Ruiz, 45, 35 Hickory Springs Road, was charged Tuesday with DUI.

 

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