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September 25, 2012

Police report for Sept. 26

Tift County Sheriff's Dept.

Ivan William Franklin, 35, Miami Gardens, Fla., was charged Monday with speeding and on a synthetic marijuana warrant.

Frederick Douglas Hale, 33, 30 Hickman Drive, was charged Monday with cruelty to children in the third degree and battery (family violence).

Stanley Dwayne Bell, 43, 500 MLK Drive, was charged Saturday on two bench warrants.

Barry Antonio Bennett, 36, 1703 Evergreen Drive, was charged Friday with two counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Andrea Demetris Brown, 37, 227 Old Omega Road, was charged Friday on a bench warrant.

Christopher Napolean, 23, 25 Tifton-Eldorado Road, was charged Friday with a probation violation.

Yolunda Lampkin 32, 720 Timmons Drive Apt. 11, was charged Friday with a probation violation and on a bench warrant.

David Morrison, 60, 320 Golden Road Lot 14A, was charged with abandonment of dependent child support.

Paul Kamel Mosley, 24, 2702 S. College Ave., was charged Friday with failure to appear.

Dylan Joseph Singletary, 20, 125 Dewberry Drive, Sylvester, was charged Friday with DUI (alcohol), failure to maintain lane, an open container violation, texting while driving and unlawful window tinting.

Jasmine Dean, 23, 106 Pine St., was charged Sunday with loitering or prowling and three counts of contributing to the delinquency.

Willie Lee Denson, 42, 2003 Red Fox Trail, was charged Sunday on a bench warrant.

Robert Lee Knight Jr., 27, 14 Scott Circle, was charged Sunday with a probation violation, failure of a sex offender to register an address change and obstructing or hindering law enforcement officers without force.

Tifton Police Dept.

Ashu Victoria Henderson, 26, 4900 Georgia Highway 125 N., was charged Monday with theft by conversion.

Michael Keith Johnson, 25, 118 Park Lane, was charged Monday with a probation violation.

Shylo Mercedes Peacock, 17, 614 N. Park Ave. Apt. D, was charged Monday with theft by shoplifting.

Donna Anne Bazemore, 39, 500 MLK Drive, was charged Saturday with theft by shoplifting.

Matthew Lee Dandron, 23, 527 S. Main St., Ashburn, was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct, two counts of obstruction with force (felony) and public drunkenness.

Hector Karin Almazan-Luna, 26, 1411 Ferry Lake Road, was charged Saturday with following too closely, an open container violation, driving without a license and DUI (alcohol).

Alexus Simone Crawford, 20, 2205 Evergreen Drive, Albany, was charged with a probation violation.

Jack Lamar Price, 57, 317 Potts Road, was charged Friday with DUI/alcohol refusal, driving with license suspended or revoked and a brake light/turn signal violation.

Clinton Keith Fountain, 38, 146 Upper Ty Ty Road, was charged Friday with a registration violation.

Christian Jeronimo Gutierrez, 17, 11 Sherri Lane, was charged Friday with possession of alcohol under 21.

Evelia Rodriguez, 32, 71 Candy Lane, Enigma, was charged Friday with driving without lights and driving without a license.

Jorge Luis Duque Banda, 26, 31 Bowen Road, was charged Sunday with battery, family violence.

David Johnson Goodman, 19, 458 Oak Ridge Road, was charged Sunday with possession of marijuana (misdemeanor), driving without insurance and failure of driver to stop and/or return to the scene of an accident.

Tyler Britt Olivas, 17, 906 E. 44th St., was charged Sunday with possession of marijuana (misdemeanor), permitting unlawful operation of a vehicle and on a bench warrant.

Javorris Deion Range, 25, 1414 Prince Ave. Apt. D, was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct.

Kelsey Richardson, 19, 503 Maple St., was charged Sunday with a probation violation.

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