Tifton Gazette


March 15, 2013

Police report for March 16

Crime briefs:

• A man who lives in the 1400 block of Sutton Circle reported Wednesday that someone broke a window and took some items from inside the residence.

• A man reported Wednesday that while in the 2800 block of North Central Avenue, someone entered his vehicle and went through the glove box and center console. He reported that his wallet was stolen. The report states that it’s unclear how the offender made entry. The man told police that he always lock his doors.


Bobby Ray Baldree, 34, 476 Horseshoe Bench Road, was charged Wednesday with failure to maintain lane and misdemeanor possession of marijuana.

Jose J. Lopez Carrillo, 33, 968 Lonnie Brookard Road, Norman Park, was charged Wednesday with inoperative brake lights and turn signals and driving without a license.

Christopher Corbin Jr., 28, 702 E. 12th St., was charged Thursday with obstruction or hindering law enforcement officers without force and an exhaust system violation.

Krystal Alexis Dean, 21, 506 Carloton Drive, was charged Thursday with operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration and a safety restraint violation.

Gerardo Garcia, 26, 308 Coy Cox Road, Omega, was charged Thursday with driving with an expired license.

Kevin Javon Jackson, 26, 2715 S. Ridge Ave., was charged Thursday with driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Lakendra Shamia Noel Jackson, 27, 3117 Third Ave., was charged Wednesday with disorderly conduct.

Angela Regina Mims, 47, 706 21st St. W., was charged Thursday with operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration.

Jasmine Laveon Whitehead, 18, 2701 S. Park Ave., was charged Thursday with battery (family violence), underage possession of alcohol and unwanted person on the premises of another.


Gregory Montae Byrd, 38, 112 Hudson St., Sylvester, was charged Thursday with five counts of identity fraud/theft.

Ajah Renee Guice, 27, 4114 Midland Ave., was charged Wednesday with a school attendance law violation.

Brittney Nicole Hurst, 23, 908 46th St. E., was charged Thursday with failure to appear.

Lilly Placencia, 30, 140 Beech St., was charged Wednesday with two school attendance law violations.

Brittany Erica Shivers, 27, 55 N. Bobby St., Lenox, was charged Thursday with a probation violation.

Jason Lee Simpson, 36, 220 Summer Lane, Enigma, was charged Thursday with pedestrian under the influence of alcohol.


Melgar Emanue Diaz Gutierrez, 21, Chattanooga, Tenn., was charged Thursday with driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Vanshayla Q. Jackson, 24, 321 Essena Circle, Ashburn, was charged Thursday with driving with a suspended or revoked license.


Jehmeil Latravious Carmichael, 25, 773 17th St., was charged Thursday with unwanted person on the premises of another.

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