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Police reports Sept. 7-13

The following arrests were reported by local law enforcement agencies for the past week. All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty:
Fayette County Sheriff’s Office

Tuesday, Sept. 7 - Monday, Sept. 13
Sabrina P. Goodson, 39, of Steven’s Entry, Peachtree City, for obstruction.
Edward Johnson, 20, of Kenwood Lane, Fayetteville, for probation violation.
Maria Alicia Love, 25, of Plantation Parkway, Fayetteville, for suspended license.
Dwight Kevin Allen, 34, of Lynn Drive, Powder Springs, for probation violation.
Rodney Elliot Brown, 20, of Topaz Road, Riverdale, for suspended license.
Angelo Decarlis Howard, 31, of Mann Boulevard, Stockbridge, for altered tag, no insurance and driving without a license.
Diondre Jamal Johnigan, 20, of Buffington Place, Union City, for possession of marijuana.
Rashad Laquann Jounson, 19, of Trotters Farm Road, Fairburn, for possession of marijuana.
Michael James Lawson, 43, of Campbellton Road, Atlanta, for probation violation.
Heather Brook Miller, 23, of Industrial Boulevard, Dallas, for probation violation.
Tory Terrence St. Anthony, 20, of Godby Road, College Park, for suspended license and tail light violation.
Khalifah Khateem Waajid, 34, of Woodknoll Way, Jonesboro, for suspended license and traffic control violation.

Fayetteville Police
Howard Geofrey Slade, Jr., 35, of Thompson Drive, Fayetteville, for traffic offenses (3).
Sebastian Cody Walker, 19, of Bates Avenue, Fayetteville, for less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of drug equipment, drugs not ion original container and possession of synthetic drugs.
Jahi D. Washington, 21, of Bayridge Drive, Riverdale, for interfering with police and loitering.
Christopher M. McQuaid, 38, of Westminster Village, Stockbridge, for traffic offenses (2).
Whitney Dawn Carter, 19, of Meeks Street, Griffin, for shoplifting.
Primitovo Diaz-Diaz, 48, of Pleasant Hill Road, Warner Robbins, for gtraffic offenses 92).
Lindsay Marie Lyon, 18, of Williamsburg Way, Fayetteville, for shoplifting.
Corlis Respert Wisdom, 54, of Valiant Lane, Riverdale, for theft by taking from yard.
Michael Anthony Wisdom, Jr., 23 of Valiant Lane, Riverdale, for theft by taking from yard.
Christopher Andrew Wisdom, 21, of Valiant Lane, Riverdale, for theft by taking from yard.
Joshua Paul Carson, 23, of Mourning Dove Drive, Fayetteville, for traffic offenses (3).
Lotus Freeman Perkins, 48, of Cannon Court, Fayetteville, for traffic offense.
Eric McLemore, 42, of North Castle Gate Drive, College Park, for shoplifting and interfering with police.
Lisa A. Pender, 41, of Picadilly Court, Jonesboro, for loitering.
Clemmmie Lee Nelson, Jr., 44, of Riveroak Terrace, College Park, for loitering.

Peachtree City Police
Jonathan L. Ladd, 31, of Marietta Street, Atlanta, for failure to appear.
Jeremy Harrison, 25, of Wisdom Road, Peachtree City, for simple battery (family violence).
Chanvy Chanthraboutda, 39, of Lacosta Drive, Hampton, for DUI alcohol and speeding.
Elizabeth Hyde, 51, of Barberry Lane, Peachtree City, for probation violation.
Roderick Green, 32, of Farley Lane, East Point, for probation violation.
Harry McCants, 43, of Beaver Creek Lane, Sharpsburg, for failure to appear.
Jora Bates, 29, of North Camp Creek Parkway, Atlanta, for obstruction, providing false name and date of birth, failure to maintain lane, slick tires and failure to display drivers license.

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