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October 17, 2011

Cairo-Grady County Crime ~ 10-17-11

THOMASVILLE — ARRESTS

Ruby Kate Daniels, 23, Cairo, probation violations (two counts).

Juan Diaz, 28, Cairo, driving without license, defective equipment, driving under the influence.

David Donald Jr., 27, Cairo, driving while license withdrawn, child support, DUI.

Danny Dove, 52, Whigham, parole violation.

Kelvin Dewayne Edwards, 34, Cairo, possession of marijuana (less than ounce).

Fabian Terrell Hill, 25, Cairo, child support.

Charlene Lewis Jones, 30, Cairo, shoplifting, probation violation.

Corris Alexander Mathis, 48, Cairo, bench warrant.

Douglas Reed, 59, Attapulgus, probation violation.

David Edward Sanders, 44, Cairo, parole violation.

Darren Dewayne Williams, 39, Cairo, windshield and windshield wipers, seatbelt violation, no insurance, tires, driving while license withdrawn, driving while tag suspended, DUI, affixing license plate with intent.

Dominique Deshon Baxter, 20, Tallahassee, Fla., DUI.

Douglas Alexander Brenkman, 35, Whigham, sex offender registry.

Anthony Tyrone Burks, 48, Cairo, shoplifting.

David Earl Chesser, 22, Cairo, DUI.

John David Chesser, 27, Cairo, improper passing in no passing zone, reckless driving.

Quaterium Mortrez Davis, 19, Cairo, driving without license on person, DUI, taillights required.

Rosendo Gomez Diaz, 30, Cairo, driving without license, failure to stop for stop sign.

Brandon Donaldson, 28, Cairo, violation of Georgia Controlled Substance Act, seatbelt violation.

Lamar Carlton Giliard, 24, Cairo, DUI, tag light illumination required.

Kathy Lashawn Harrell, 40, Cairo, failure to appear.

Justin Henderson, 26, Ochlocknee, driving while license withdrawn.

Amy Hunter, 32, Cairo, no insurance, driving while tag suspended, brake lights and turn signals.

Terry Junie Marshall, 45, Cairo, sex offender registry.

Desmond Anthony Martinez, 28, Thomasville, possession of marijuana (less than ounce).

Paul Lymann Massey, 54, Cairo, DUI, failure to drive within single lane, open container.

Eddie Gene Moore, 44, Valdosta, DUI, open container, driving while license suspended/revoked.

Megan Nicole Myrick, 22, Ochlocknee, DUI.

John Denham Prince, 32, Meigs, violation of Georgia Controlled Substance Act, DUI, open container.

Michael Heath Prince, 35, Ochlocknee, open container, possession of marijuana (less than ounce).

Jeremias Consizco Ramirez, 31, Bristol, Fla., speeding, driving without license.

Avuam Shelly Richardson, 20, Cairo, disorderly conduct.

Frank Sadler, 58, Thomasville, driving while tag suspended, windshield and windshield wipers, DUI-marijuana, driving while license withdrawn, open container, no insurance.

Aguirre Carreto Selvine, 29, Cairo, driving without license, defective equipment.

Ricky Shane Thedford, 23, Coolidge, DUI, violation of Georgia Controlled Substance Act.

Larry Thomas, 57, Cairo, DUI, public indecency.

Michael David Voss, 24, Ochlocknee, DUI, driving while license withdrawn, failure to drive within single lane.

Nartravis Baynard Williams, 26, Cairo, DUI, violation of Georgia Controlled Substance Act, seatbelt violation.

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