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October 1, 2012

Police report for Oct. 2

TIFTON POLICE DEPT.

Lawrence Irven Alford Jr., 27, 721 1/2 Elm St., was charged Saturday with DUI and passing in a no passing zone.

John Willis Baldree Jr., 19, 217 Armena Road, Leesburg, was charged Friday with underage possession of alcohol and littering the highway.

Antonio Andre Brantley, 23, 1012 Upper Ty Ty Road, Ty Ty, was charged Friday with battery.

Lashon Renard Brunson, 38, 715 W. 12th St., Apt. B-3, was charged Sunday with battery (family violence).

Antonio Manuel Collier, 18, 1020 Ferry Lake Road, Lot 9, was charged Saturday with a probation violation.

Vince Cleo Copeland, 30, 720 Timmons Drive, Apt. 11, was charged Saturday with criminal trespass, loitering or prowling, obstruction or hindering law enforcement officers without force and criminal trespass.

Michael Jerome Davis, 46, 608 Timmons Drive, was charged Saturday with first degree burglary and aggravated stalking.

Tevin Jermaine Davis, 17, 907 Pine St., was charged Friday with loitering or prowling.

Antron Ardedus Fields, 24, 701 Martin Luther King Road, Ashburn, was charged Saturday with speeding and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Keith Pierre Ivory, 50, 1308 Central Ave., was charged Saturday with giving a false name, address or birth date to a law enforcement officer.

James Everett Jacobson, 18, 1419 Drayton Road, Montezuma, was charged Friday with underage possession of alcohol.

Markuisten Sharod Jennings, 17, 412 Prince Ave., was charged Friday with loitering or prowling.

Hannah Fay Kleckley, 20, 157 Lynwood Way, Albany, was charged Friday with underage possession of alcohol.

Jolisha Arantxa McCrae, 22, 1116 Pehlar Drive, was charged Sunday with operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration.

Christopher Daniel Moss, 18, 1178 Malcolm Bridge Road, Bogart, was charged Friday with underage possession of alcohol.

Jose Cruz Olalde, 29, 1424 Shanna Drive, was charged Saturday with maintaining a disorderly house.

Darren Vernard Pitts, 43, 114 Cherry Circle, Omega, was charged Friday with driving with a suspended or revoked license and defective equipment.

Mauro Quintero, 31, 214 Prince Ave., was charged Saturday with maintaining a disorderly house.

Feliciano Angel Ramirez, 23, 166 Moorman Circle, Lot 8, was charged Saturday with a probation violation.

Avila Victor Rosales, 33, 2280 Musslewhite Store Road, was charged Saturday with driving without insurance and operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration.

Tony Stephens, 47, 805 Armour Road, was charged Friday with possession of cocaine.

Brandon Lee Sutton, 20, 313 Maple St., was charged Friday with second degree burglary, a probation violation and giving a false name, address or birth date to a law enforcement officer.

Kathrine E. Turner, 20, 5543 Herod Dover Road, Dawson, was charged Friday with underage possession of alcohol.

Contravis Demond West, 18, 113 Alder St., was charged Friday with second degree burglary.

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