Georgia State Patrol
James Jones III, 42, 1213 A Fifth Ave., Albany, was charged Wednesday with failure to maintain lane, driving with license suspended or revoked, an open container violation and DUI/alcohol.
Franklin Chase Spires, 20, 1413 Pine Road, Nashville, was charged Wednesday with DUI/drugs and a tail light violation.
Tifton Police Dept.
Demetrius D'Angelo Lee, 19, 1209 E. 12th St., was charged Wednesday on a bench warrant.
Quinton Marque Whitehead, 18, 3689 Highway 82 W. Lot 12, was charged Wednesday with a probation violation.
Hallie Renee Hopkins, 17, 89 Sunny Lane, Enigma, was charged Wednesday with theft by shoplifting.
Ottis Willis Lewis, 34, 1448 Ray Road, Enigma, was charged Wednesday with failure to stop at a stop sign, a brake light/turn signal violation and driving with license suspended.
Brittany Lee Whitaker, 21, 46 Old Brookfield Road, was charged Wednesday with theft by shoplifting.
Melvin Brian Whitset, 20, 3307 Holt St., was charged Wednesday with possession of marijuana (misdemeanor).
Anthony John Fusaro, 65, 955 Hyland Circle, West Columbia, S.C., was charged Thursday with DUI/alcohol.
Leonard Charles White, 46, 206 Pine St., was charged Thursday with theft by shoplifting and two counts of obstructing or hindering law enforcement officers without force.
Lenear C. Holley, 38, 807 Red Rock Road, Sylvester, was charged Thursday with theft by shoplifting and giving a false name, address or birth date to law enforcement officers.
Justin Martinez Horton, 22, 1105 Shady Lane, was charged Thursday with driving without a license.
Tift County Sheriff's Dept.
Alexander Antwain Collins, 40, 1318 Newton Drive, was charged Wednesday with driving with license suspended and a brake light violation.
Lovie Richardson, 53, 2912 Hill Ave., was charged Wednesday with being a pedestrian under the influence.
Francisco Ortado Cruz, 22, address unknown, was charged Thursday with giving a false name, address or birth date to a law enforcement officer.
Laurent O Gene Lollis, 19, 828 Buck Island Ranch Road, Lake Placid, Fla., was charged with arson in the first degree.
Antonio Terell Randal, 29, 705 Alder St., was charged Thursday with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and violation of instruction permits and temporary licenses.
Valerie Anne Goodman, 45, 1095 Whitewater Road, Chula, was charged Thursday with DUI/alcohol and failure to maintain lane.
ABAC Police Dept.
Allen Lee Taylor, 19, 2303 ABAC Place, was charged Thursday with arson in the first degree.
Michael Eugene Stevenson, 18, 3128 1/2 Sixth Ave., was charged Thursday with possession of marijuana (misdemeanor).
Due to incorrect information from law enforcement, Stephen Dorminey Sumner, 19, Ridgewood Road, was listed in Thursday's police reports as being charged with DUI/drugs and alcohol. He was actually charged with DUI/alcohol.
Georgia State Patrol
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Trees headed to troops in time for the holidays
The first pickup of Christmas trees at the Brumby and White Christmas Tree Farm Thursday morning for the Trees for Troops program was a success as volunteers helped cut, bale, tag and load the trees to be delivered to designated pickup points throughout the area.
- Carpenter Road church’s annual live nativity set for Dec. 13, 14
- Hometown Holidays: Where to go...What to do
- Get Affordable Care answers at free event
- Wrong way flight leads to arrest
- Trees headed to troops in time for the holidays
- Local Sports
Irwin County running back James Curtis (10) takes the hand off from quarterback Kyle Posey against Johnson County last week. Shown blocking for Moore is teammate Jakyron Young (1).
Big game in Ocilla
The Irwin County Indians and the Charlton County Indians have played one of the most unique football series in the state of Georgia.
Irwin County won the first game played between the two schools in 1966, and went on to win the next 14 games in the series, going up to 1989.
- Tough, busy weekend for Tift basketball
- Column: Wishing I could be two places at once tonight
- Packers hope to be ‘wall-worthy’ tonight at Norcross
- Merritt is Irwin County’s heart and soul
- Big game in Ocilla
Letter to the Editor – Hands On Tifton a success because of volunteers, donors
The first annual Hands on Tifton day of service was incredible, but knowing the people of Tifton and how they care about this community, it was no surprise. There were 17 or so projects that were initiated or completed Nov. 16.
- Rants & Raves - December 6
- Rants & Raves - December 5
- Send the snipers to the unemployment line
- Rants & Raves - December 4
- Letter to the Editor – Hands On Tifton a success because of volunteers, donors
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