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November 13, 2012

Police report for Nov. 13

Crime briefs:

• A man reported Saturday that someone broke into this workshop on Powell Road and cut the lead wires from his welder. The report states that the lead wires are valued at $250.

TIFTON POLICE DEPT.

Natalee Lashona Boone, 20, 2920 Emerson O. Bynes Ave., was charged Friday with criminal trespass.

Nicole Lashay Boone, 20, 2920 Emerson O. Bynes Ave., was charged Friday with driving without a license and two child restraint violations.

Nicholas Clark, 18, 16 Arbors Way N.W., Cartersville, was charged Friday with an open container violation and underage possession of alcohol.

Luis Alberto Cruz-Garcia, 33, 75 Palmetta Road, Lot 10, was charged Saturday with driving with a suspended or revoked license and failure to maintain lane.

Rogelio Ruiz Diaz, 31, 155 Parkway Drive, Lot 13, was charged Saturday with driving without a license and driving without lights.

William Brandon Ellerbee, 19, 3750 Ga. Highway 33 N., Sylvester, was charged Friday with underage possession of alcohol.

Devante Antonio Jaheed Harris, 19, 100 Royal St., Sylvester, was charged Thursday with theft by shoplifting.

Paige Michelle Jackson, 18, 3400 Shiloh Road, Vienna, was charged Friday with underage possession of alcohol.

James Tyler Lewis, 21, 17 Academy Drive, Chula, was charged Friday with DUI, failure to maintain lane and driving with an expired license.

Vance Calvin Mayo, 48, 137 Griffin St., Fitzgerald, was charged Saturday with theft by shoplifting.

Adrian Ferrell Newberry, 31, 1301 Crescent Drive, Apt. 1, was charged Friday with second degree burglary, obstruction or hindering law enforcement officers without force and theft by deception.

Royce Angus Palmer, 18, 1719 Eight Mile Road, Albany, was charged Friday with underage possession of alcohol and failure to maintain lane.

James Clay Porter, 18, 2010 Enterprise Road, Madison, was charged Friday with underage possession of alcohol.

Christopher David Rogers, 19, 338 Edward Drive, Dawson, was charged Friday with underage possession of alcohol.

Jesse Daniel Roland, 20, 540 S. Victory Drive, Waynesboro, was charged Friday with underage possession of alcohol.

Joyce Virginia Sanders, 57, 811 Beaver Circle, Douglas, was charged Sunday with theft by shoplifting.

Jasmine Renee Silas, 20, 111 McRee Drive, Camilla, was charged Thursday with theft by shoplifting.

Shaquille Latrice Singeltary, 22, 731 Green Acres, Moultrie, was charged Thursday with theft by shoplifting.

Nadera Michelle Whitsett, 25, 1312 Daniel Lane, was charged Sunday with theft by shoplifting.

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