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August 28, 2012

Police report for August 29

TIFTON POLICE DEPT.

Zachary Remond Brown, 27, 123 Kennedy Ave., was charged Thursday with possession of cocaine and sale of cocaine.

Donna Mechell Clark, 32, 136 E. 17th St., was charged Thursday with prostitution.

Steve Allen Deal, 44, 125 U.S. 319 N., was charged Saturday with DUI, driving with a suspended or revoked license, driving without lights and operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration.

Doris Irene Edenfield, 54, 1538 Fletcher Road, was charged Friday with DUI and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Sheena Marlet Greene, 25, 4 Pertilla Place, Apt. 7, was charged Saturday with a child restraint violation and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Reynaldo Cano Gutierrez, 26, 520 Pine Bluff Road, Lot 6, Albany, was charged Sunday with driving without a license.

Jessica Nicole Hollinger, 32, 1480 Robert Oliver Drive, was charged Friday with unlawful window tinting and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

James Edward Howell, 26, 1357 White Water Road, Chula, was charged Wednesday with public drunkenness.

David Lee Hoyt, 54, 122 Golden Way, was charged Friday with DUI.

Steven Arthur Jones, 60, 3764 U.S. Highway 41 N., was charged Thursday with DUI, a violation of drugs to be kept in original container, misdemeanor possession of marijuana and failure to obey traffic control device.

Michael Charles Larosa, 20, 900 Wolf Springs Cove, Lawrenceville, was charged Friday with DUI, failure to maintain lane and underage possession of alcohol.

Ranzurl Demond Lindsey, 31, 602 12th St. E., was charged Sunday with theft by taking.

Jeffery Dewayne Lockett, 34, 1209 Sussey Drive, was charged Thursday with sale of cocaine and misdemeanor possession of marijuana.

Sheddrick Ali Lockett, 35, Joey Lawrence Road, Lot 10, was charged Thursday with a probation violation.

Jordan Tyler Lovett, 20, 31 Brandi Lane, was charged Friday with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, underage possession of alcohol, possession of cocaine and giving a false name, address or birth date to a law enforcement officer.

Jerah Arron Milligan, 26, 297 W. 112th St., Apt. 2-C, New York, N.Y., was charged Thursday with driving with a suspended or revoked license and speeding.

Cassie Virginia Mills, 19, 4 Oak St., Hampton, was charged Friday with underage possession of alcohol.

Quincy Lee Nelson, 20, 603 Second St., was charged Thursday with possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana.

Deborah Diane Norman, 38, 534 E. 16th St., was charged Saturday with DUI, failure to maintain lane, improper lane change, driving with a suspended or revoked license and a safety restraint violation.

Jose Damaso Reyes, 37, 354 Georgia 125 S., was charged Sunday with a child restraint violation and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Charlie Rice Jr., 33, 1221 12th St. E., was charged Thursday with possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute.

Christopher Adam Rogers, 25, 98 San Hammock Lake Road, was charged Friday with driving with a suspended or revoked license, failure to stop at sign and an open container violation.

Rashaun Demetrius Smith, 28, 99 Tifton-Eldorado Road, Apt. 8-C, was charged Thursday with simple battery.

Tommie Lee Walker, 45, 3021 Sylvester Drive, Moultrie, was charged Sunday with theft by taking.

Mitchell James Williams, 19, 220 Old Conyers Way, Stockbridge, was charged Friday with underage possession of alcohol.

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