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Tyrone police reports, June 10-21

The following arrests were made by Tyrone Police between June 10-21. Those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Jakeel Lemon Allen, 18, of Bradford Way, Fairburn, for no license.
Jeffrey Albert Duke, 31, of Seavy Street, Senoia, for warrant served.
Mark Anthony Foster, Jr., 26, of Dowdy Drive, Summerville, for obtaining a controlled substance by theft, forgery or fraud.
Thomas C. Jackson, 26, of Milam Loop, Fairburn, for wanted person (Fulton County).
Emeterio Jorge-Bonola, 25, of Green Oak Drive, Doraville, for DUI alcohol, speeding, open container and allowing an unlicensed person to drive.
juvenile, for less than an ounce of marijuana.
Corey Deonta Kent, 17, of Brunswick Drive, Tyrone, for less than an ounce of marijuana.
Jose Hernan Molina Dominquez, 27, of Rockwood Avenue, Atlanta, for speeding and no license.
Kerry Lionel Ruffin, 51, of Donegal Drive, Tyrone, for simple battery-family violence.
Remberg Steve Salamanca, 25, of Brooks Drive, Tyrone, for criminal trespass.
Michael Wesley Wells, 26, of Handley Court, Tyrone, for following to closely and reckless driving.

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