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February 15, 2014

POLICE REPORT FOR FEBRUARY 16

TIFTON POLICE DEPT.

Orvil Anthony Kelly, 45, 6650 Landings Drive, Apt. 105, Lauderhill, Fla., was charged Thursday with driving with a suspended or revoked license and speeding.

TIFT CO. SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Claude Burroughs, 52, 1426 Shanna Drive, was charged Thursday with a probation violation.

Lisa Ann Cooper, 44, 4139 Westley Chaple Road, was charged Thursday with two counts of theft by deception, forgery in the fourth degree, forgery in the third degree and two counts of deposit account fraud.

Alejandro Monter Cruz, 30, 4647 Riverbend Lane, was charged Thursday with driving without a license and following too closely.

Darriel Stafford Durham, 47, 3105 Third Ave., was charged Thursday with a probation violation and failure to appear.

Charlie Jermoine Edwards, 32, 1913 S. Park Ave., was charged Friday with failure to appear.

Quantaveous Antwon Hall, 22, 908 Union St., Ocilla, was charged Thursday with a probation violation.

Elliott Armod Wallace, 29, 711 6 1/2 St., was charged Thursday with simple battery (family violence).

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