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May 4, 2011

Thomasville-Thomas County arrests

THOMASVILLE — Frankie Ponder, 53, Thomasville, shoplifting.

Keith Harrison, 24, Thomasville, driving while license canceled, defective tag light.

Kinneta Wynn, 20, Boston, driving while unlicensed.

Joshua Gillis, 20, Thomasville, driving while unlicensed.

Cherry Marshall, 33, Thomasville, cutting/striking another.

Allycia Willis, 20, Thomasville, simple battery (family violence).

Brown Patterson, 23, Thomasville, simple battery (family violence).

Norman Henderson, 55, Thomasville, driving under the influence, cocaine possession, possession of drug-related object, open container, failure to stop at stop sign, failure to maintain lane, driving while suspended.

Johnathan Lurry, 21, Thomasville, DUI, failure to maintain lane.

Ashley Taylor, 19, Thomasville, cutting/striking another.

Benjamin Cole Morris, 17, Thomasville, marijuana possession with intent to distribute.

Dontavious Domoique Wilson, 19, Thomasville, probation violation, armed robbery, aggravated assault, firearm possession by a convicted felon, firearm use by a convicted felon in the commission of a crime.

Kevin Ryan, 28, Thomasville, child molestation.

James Melvin Merrill, 19, Boston, burglary.

Antonio Martinez Brobo, 21, Barwick, burglary.

Eddie Samuel, 61, Boston, obstruction of officer, criminal trespass.

Darryl Keith Steele, 36, Tallahassee, Fla., probation violation.

Mauro Jacob, 37, Boston, speeding, driving without license, DUI, obstruction of officer.

Tommy Cardell Thurman, 40, Albany, probation violation.

Antonio Jeremy Barnes, 23, Thomasville, driving while license/revoked, child restraint/seat safety.

Matthew Montel Daniels, 17, Thomasville, burglary.

Kevin Scott Dean, 31, Boston, battery (family violence), four counts cruelty to children.

Rodney Lewis Cloud, 41, Pavo, speeding, driving while license suspended/revoked.

James Eric Day, 50, Thomasville, obstruction of officers, terroristic threats and acts.

Davis Carner Spears, 30, Thomasville, probation violation.

Jermackel Jamel Davis, 24, Cairo, battery.

Terry James, 47, Meigs, firearm possession by convicted felon, simple battery (family violence).

Ricardo Antwawn Neloms, 26, Thomasville, driving while license suspended/revoked.

Mary Gene Sanders, 50, Cairo, stalking.

Alton Luster, 18, Thomasville, affray.

Carlos Hector McLaurin, 31, Thomasville, affray.

Jordan Kyle Shealey, 21, Thomasville, driving while license suspended/revoked, fleeing or attempting to elude, reckless driving, obstruction of officers, criminal trespass.

Olan Girard Turner, 31, Thomasville, probation violation, child support arrest.

Ashley Marie Wollum, 28, Thomasville, three counts obtaining drugs by fraudulent means.

Sheldon Terrel Smith, 33, Thomasville, financial transaction card fraud.

Alfred Bernard Leaks, 37, Thomasville, five counts failure to yield after stop sign, fleeing/attempting to elude police officer for felony offense, tail light required/faulty light, driving while license suspended/revoked.

Crystal Araina Viar, 18, Pavo, probation violation.

Sedarian Demetrius Johnson, 22, Thomasville, two counts battery (family violence), cruelty to child.

Treyvon Raheem Sanders, 18, Meigs, probation violation.

Whitney Houston Jones, 22, Newton, two counts deposit account fraud.

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