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February 14, 2014

Police Report – February 14

TIFTON —

• A woman who lives in the 400 block of West 17th Street reported Wednesday that when she left home and returned hours later, she found her bedroom window located on the rear of the residence had been broken. Entry was made into the home. Gold jewelry and a 38 special pistol were taken from her bedroom. Also, a 42-inch Sanyo television was taken from another bedroom, and $300 worth of change was taken from two different jars. The back door was found unlocked, appearing that the offender exited there.
• A deputy reported Wednesday that he was sent to the 1400 block of Ferry Lake Road in reference to a vehicle being stuck in a ditch. Upon arrival, he saw a male subject standing next to the vehicle in the ditch. The deputy conducted an investigation and determined that the male was driving under the influence of alcohol. The offender was transported to the Tift County Jail. The report states that Vincent Rey Trevino, 19, of Tifton was charged with DUI/alcohol, failure to maintain lane, driving with an expired license and an open container violation.
 
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Homer Dewitt Adams Jr., 38, 154 Qucilla Lane, Chula, was charged Feb. 7 with a probation violation.
Jimmy Lee Boston, 43, 1203 Pineview Ave., was charged Sunday with a probation violation.
Jeremy Raynard Bryant, 32, 607 Sugar St., was charged Feb. 8 with a probation violation.
Z’Novia Quintara Burley, 25, 1207 Golf St., was charged Feb. 6 with unwanted person on the premises of another.
Christopher Kendell Coffee, 18, 101 Pine Lane, Ocilla, was charged Feb. 7 with DUI/drugs, underage possession of alcohol and failure to maintain lane.
Napoleon Sherod Cooper, 17, 1220 Sussex Drive, F-41, was charged Feb. 6 with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Cody Richardson Davis, 23, 2605 Love Ave., Apt. N-2, was charged Feb. 6 with rape, false imprisonment and aggravated sodomy.
Diane Chambliss Deal, 63, 125 Highway 319 N., was charged Wednesday with theft by shoplifting.

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