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October 8, 2012

Thomas County crime Oct. 9

Arrests/charges

n Iris Massey, 40, Thomasville, assault (family violence).

n Cecil Meandes, 33, Thomasville, public drunkenness.

n Dallas Grice, 49, Havana, Fla., driving with suspended license.

n Homer Davis, 29, Thomasville, obstructing.

n Jimmy Garlin, 54, Thomasville, DUI, failure to maintain lane.

n Ervin Hobby, 56, Thomasville, disorderly conduct by interfering with an officer.

n Christopher Chisom, 29, misdemeanor marijuana possession, driving with no license, open container, speeding.

n Crystal Miller, 36, Thomasville, simple assault (family violence).

n Alvin Walker, 28, Thomasville, driving while license suspended, DUI, open container.

n Brandon Pickett, 28, Thomasville, probation violation.

n Benjamin Worthy, 33, Thomasville, burglary.

n Clifton Curry, 29, Thomasville, simple battery (family violence), cruelty to children.

n John Myers, 37, Thomasville, disorderly conduct, consumption of alcohol on city property, public drunk.

n Laquon Johnson, 38, Thomasville, drug objects, open container.

n Aaron Gilbert, 45, Thomasville, crack cocaine possession.

n  Curtis Harrison, 39, Cairo, marijuana possession, open container, drug-related object.

n  Felandria Randolph, 28, Thomasville, simple battery (family violence).

n  Ervin Moralez, 32, Cairo, driving while unlicensed, safety belt law.

n  Quinton Davis, 20, Thomasville, misdemeanor marijuana possession, defective equipment.

n  Stanley Harris, 41, Thomasville, damaging or defacing public or private property.

n  Matthew Ryan Fender, 27, Pavo, two counts simple battery (family violence), manufacturing methamphetamine.

n  Charlotte Ann Johnson, 37, Moultrie, manufacturing methamphetamine attempt.

n  Judy Marie Viddler, 36, Palatka, Fla., manufacturing marijuana.

n  Christopher Shon Anderson, 40, Thomasville, cocaine possession, possession of drug-related object.

n  Franklin Bernard Mitchell, Tallahassee, Fla., driving while license suspended/revoked.

n  Climmie Antwain Mosley, Thomasville, driving without license, speeding.

n  James Patrick Harper, Coolidge, probation violation.

n  Odelle Jones Jr., Thomasville, probation violation.

n  Adam Michael Barrow, Pavo, driving under the influence.

n  Brian L. Martin, Tallahassee, Fla., misdemeanor marijuana possession, DUI, speeding.

n  Ronnie Lee Jackson, Boston, criminal trespass, theft by shoplifting.

n  Hollis Grady Vandergriff, Cairo, child support arrest.

n  Henry C. Walden Jr., Thomasville, probation violation.

n  Primus Cornelius McClain, Coolidge, DUI, failure to report accident.

n  Mary Nicole Williams, Thomasville, cocaine possession with intent to distribute.

n Joshua Cole Reagan, Coolidge, battery.

n Ricky Lamar Davis, Boston, statutory rape.

n Lindsey Rae Washington, Thomasville, driving with license suspended/revoked.

n Jeffrey Paul Hires Jr., Barwick, child support arrest.

 

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