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February 8, 2014

POLICE REPORT FOR FEBRUARY 9

TIFTON POLICE DEPT.

Quarnisha Shanta Alexander, 22, 99 Tifton-Eldorado Road, was charged Wednesday with a probation violation and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Amanda Cox Barlow, 29, 1809 O’Neil Ave., was charged Wednesday with theft by taking, two counts of theft by conversion and two counts of theft by deception.

Adam Jeffery Boan, 23, 699 Four Points Road, Jackson, was charged Wednesday with speeding, use of license plate to misrepresent and registration and license required.

Bradrick Kenyathas Boston, 25, 1203 Pineview Ave., was charged Tuesday with obstruction or hindering law enforcement officers without force.

Jasmine Brown, 29, 1422 Prince Ave., Apt. D, was charged Jan. 31 with failure to stop at sign and driving with an expired license.

Joel Carr Colvin, 50, 661 Whatley Drive, Ashburn, was charged Wednesday with public drunkenness.

Carlos Gomez-Guzman, 32, 155 Parkway Drive, Lot 103, was charged Feb. 1 with DUI/alcohol and driving without a license.

Jeff Legrand Griffin, 23, 2010 12th Lane, was charged Monday with loitering or prowling.

Lavetta Hammock, 22, 1418 Prince Ave., was charged Feb. 2 with operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration.

Jimmi Lee Hill, 37, 205 Old Omega Road, was charged Feb. 2 with driving with a suspended or revoked license.

James Edward Johnson Jr., 41, Saint Marys, was charged Wednesday with a probation violation.

Dale Fulton Kent, 17, 4244 Mount Zion Church Road, Valdosta, was charged Feb. 1 with underage possession of alcohol.

Gary William Knight, 38, 207 Goff St., was charged Feb. 2 with driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Ivey Jane Lewis, 18, 4263 Netherfield Lane, Valdosta, was charged Feb. 1 with underage possession of alcohol.

Michael Tyrone Marshall, 17, 706 W. 23rd St., was charged Wednesday with battery.

Keyara Liesha McCoy, 19, 105 W. 11th St., was charged Feb. 2 with a probation violation.

Freddia Lois Miller, 21, 164-A New St., Omega, was charged Wednesday with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, a safety restraint violation and possession of cocaine.

Martessa Vamount Miller, 27, 547 S. Lee St., Ashburn, was charged Tuesday with speeding and suspended registration.

Kenneth Roykei Moore, 24, 925 Story St., was charged Wednesday with DUI/alcohol, a safety restraint violation, driving with an expired license and improper left or right turn.

Charles Albert Newsome, 34, 1441 Central Ave. N., was charged Feb. 2 with driving with a suspended or revoked license and driving without lights.

Brandilyn Rucker Smith, 34, 5618 Highway 268 E., Ambrose, was charged Wednesday with speeding and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Rosa Carolina Spires, 17, 75 Palmetto Road, Lot 23, was charged Feb. 1 with underage possession of alcohol.

Abraham Marcus Talavera, 27, 15 Self St., Lot 3, was charged Feb. 1 with DUI/alcohol and driving without lights.

Jonathan Shermain Taylor, 32, 315 Elm St., was charged Jan. 31 with disorderly conduct.

Rodney Lorenzo Thomas, 43, 1616 Mallard Lane, was charged Tuesday with driving with a suspended or revoked license, a probation violation and unlawful window tinting.

Billy Dalton Tomlinson, 17, 2323 River Hill Drive, Valdosta, was charged Feb. 1 with underage possession of alcohol.

Christopher Ross Waldrop, 18, 2605 Northfield Road, was charged Feb. 2 with driving with a suspended or revoked license.

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