Tifton Gazette


October 6, 2012

Police report for Oct. 6


Tamara Ann Cox, 50, W. 20th St., Apt. F-2, was charged Wednesday with loitering.

Zackary Keith Gillespie, 30, 2010 Meadowbrook Lane, was charged Wednesday with DUI, defective equipment, too fast for conditions and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Bradford Jarrod Green, 29, 183 Cedar St., Omega, was charged Wednesday with driving with a suspended or revoked license, an open container violation and possession of cocaine.

Seretha Ann Hilton, 25, 4 Clay Drive, was charged Wednesday with an open container violation and possession of cocaine.

Markuisten Sharod Jennings, 17, 412 Prince Ave., was charged Wednesday with loitering.

Bryant Edward Scott, 23, 1220 Sussex Drive, Apt. 1, was charged Wednesday with disorderly conduct.


Billy Louis Smith, 27, 48 Lake Larry Drive, was charged Tuesday with defective or obstructed windshields, missing tail/tag lights, failure to maintain lane and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Allison Kate Spivey, 23, 209 Pinehurst Drive, Dothan, Ala., was charged Wednesday with a probation violation.

Joshua Matthew Watson, 20, 64 Edinburgh Drive, was charged Monday with disorderly conduct.

Howard Wright, 51, 1306 Fletcher Road, was charged Tuesday with driving with a suspended or revoked license.

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