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Police reports, Oct. 26-Nov. 1

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, Oct. 26 - Monday, Nov. 1
Breyone Montez Aaron, 28, of Creekview Court, Riverdale, for suspended license.
Tanesha Nashelle Arnold, 22, of Avery Drive, Jonesboro, for pending charges false name, following too close, possession of marijuana and suspended license.
Jemar Antonio Branch, 27, of Walker Avenue, Fayetteville, for light/beam violation and no license.
Jonathan Michael Ewing, 21, of Glenview Drive, Peachtree City, for marijuana possession.
Montreaz Fitzgerald Harris, 18, of Crouch Park Drive, McDonough, for failure to appear.
Bernard Alexander Lofton, 21, of Tall Oaks Circle, Conyers, for marijuana possession.
Chase Langston Mayberry, 17, Rockspray Ridge, Peachtree City, for charges pending marijuana possession and obstruction.
Dylan Adam Stinchcomb, 19, of Arrowood Road, Tyrone, for open container and minor in possession of alcohol.
John Wesley Whited, 33, of Piedmont Drive, Senoia, for reckless driving and DUI alcohol.
Cory Paul Anderson, 20, of Kenwood Road, Fayetteville, for possession of drug-related objects, marijuana possession, license to be carried and tail light violation.
David Cerell Armstrong, 22, of Meadow Glen Circle, Fairburn, for charges pending state drug law violation.
Charles Edward Bolton, 21, of Conkle Road, Riverdale, for probation violation.
Antonio Frank Gray, 19, of Preserve Pass, Fairburn, for pending chrages sale of marijuana.
Roberto Carlos Macias, 19, of Kenwood Road, Fayetteville, for marijuana possession, false name and possession of drug-related objects.
Ralph Emmitt Ratterree, 41, of Taylor Road, Riverdale, for probation violation.
Jose Rosales Rodriguez, 19, of Ga. Highway 524 West, Fayetteville, for no license.
Kevin Charles Showell, 34, of Champion Trail, Fairburn, for pending chrages state drug law violation.
William Lewis Daprano, 52, of Chateau Drive, Fayetteville, for contempt of court.
Orlando Perez Glass, 34, of Wynmeade Parkway, Peachtree City, for probation violation.
Devin Clifford Loback, 20, of Waterford Place, Newnan, for probation violation.
Ernest George Mazyck, 31, of Amber Falls McDonough, for lane violation and suspended license.
Broderick Sanchez McCrary, 22, Charlie Smith Drive, Senoia, for probation violation.
Timothy Owens, 47, of Robinson Avenue, Atlanta, for DUI less safe and license to be carried.
Nuruddin Panjvani, 29, of Ellis Road, Griffin, for no license and divided highway violation.
Marshall Warner Strong, 45, of Chestnut Drive, Atlanta, for probation violation.
Anthony Craig Dobson, 40, of Beacon Drive, Fayetteville, for probation violation.
Marvin Thomas Jones, 20, of Robert Lee Parkway, Jonesboro, for probation violation.
Orlando Pena-Galan, 31, of Wilcox Road, Newnan, for no license and seatbelt violation.
Thomas Douglas Sewell, 50, of Jasmine Drive, Locust Grove, for probation violation.
Noble Henry Thompson, 36, of Firethorne Lane, Fayetteville, for burglary.
Jeffrey Leran Boozer, 32, of Webb Road, Riverdale, for pending charges public indecency.
Andrew Lee Harper, 61, of Cleveland Avenue, Atlanta, for probation violation.
Steven Bernard Knight, 30, of Bethpage Drive, McDonough, for probation violation.
Oscar Marquez, 30, of Creekside Way, Roswell, for probation violation.
Rosena Anderson McNear, 56, of Shoreline Drive, Fayetteville, for battery.
Michel Joseph Munson, 18 of New Hope Road, Fayettevilel, for minor in possession of alcohol.

Fayetteville Police
Joseph Leroy Seabrook, 42, of Telly Avenue, Bronx, Newy York, for failure to appear.
Jerry Allen Gay, 53, of Roosevelt Highway, College Park, for theft by receiving, shoplifting and traffic offense.
Kenny Wayne Rowe, 54, of Lake Circle, Newnan, for traffic offenses (2).
Prashantkumer Desai, 30, of Overbrook Court, Newnan, for DUI alcohol and traffic offenses (3).
Jatavia L. Thomas, 25, of Fairwat Point Drive, Riverdale, for probation violation and traffic offense.
Samuel Leon Ragin, 40, of Rogers Avenue, Atlanta, for failure to appear.
Gregory L. Padgett, 48, of Squire Lane, Fayetteville, for simple assault.
Melva Brown, 38, of Morgan Road, Union City, for traffic offenses (2).
Anthony A. Hammonds, Jr., 17, of Willows Terrace, Riverdale, for loitering.
Kentora Lateah Green, 17, of Millstone Drive, Jonesboro, for loitering.
James Tyler Akins, 18, of Summerville Drive, Brooks, for possession of alcohol by a minor, possession of fraudulent identification and misrepresenting identification to obtain alcohol.
Marcus A. Freeman, 28, of Knight Way, Fayetteville, for DUI alcohol and traffic offense.
Brian Darrell Rogers, 27, of Huntington Court, Fayetteville, for DUI drugs.
Taylor Danielle Menefee, 20, of Miller Drive, Chamblee, for DUI alcohol and traffic offense.
Andre L. Jenkins, 37, of Callaway Drive, Fayetteville, for probation violation.
Marcus Lashard Spencer, 20, of Cobblestone Boulevard, Fayetteville, for marijuana less than an ounce and traffic offenses(2).
Robert R. Estell, III, 30, of Clenell Court, Fayetteville, for traffic offenses (2).

Peachtree City
Tamara Cheree Curry, 36, of Independence Lane, Peachtree City, for suspended license and expired tag.
Curtis Tyrone Johnson, 44, of Stone Trace, Stone Mountain, for DUI, open container and speeding.
Fidel Morales, 42, of Peachtree Station Circle, Peachtree City, for suspended license and expired tag.
Hilario De Luna Salvador, 22, of Shaw Road, Sharpsburg, for no license and speeding.
Joel Velazquez, 21, of Cherry Lane, Jonesboro, for probation violation.
Chase Mayberry, 17, of Rockspray Ridge, Peachtree City, for resisting an officer.
Christian Miquel Swain, 23, of Hawthorne Drive, Fayetteville, for suspended license, no insurance, suspended registration and seatbelt violation.
Kevin Michael Hood, 22, of 2nd Avenue, Newnan, for suspended license, no insurance, open container and seatbelt violation.
Teresa Manning, 48, of Walnut Grove Road, Peachtree City, for DUI and driving witout headlights.
Thomas James Blandburg, 17, of Wynnmeade Parkway, Peachtree City, for no license and disorderly conduct.
Shanna Clancy, 26, of Ga. Highway 85, Brooks, for tail lights required and DUI alcohol.
John Robinson, 26, of Banks Road, Fayetteville, for possession of marijuana.
Edward Guilbert, 67, of Panstone, Peachtree City, for DUI and open container.
Jennifer Cummins, 44, of Legacy Lane, Peachtree City, for DUI.
Craig Letourneau, 47, of Whisper Creek Drive, Peachtree City, for DUI.
Tiffany Williams, 23, of Creek Street, Jonesboro, for marijuana possession.
Charles Phillips, 26, of Longview Road, Fayetteville, for marijuana possession.
Willie Wilkerson, 34, of Brisbane Court, Newnan, for DUI.
Franscisco Gonzalez, 58, of Morgan’s Turn, Peachtree City, for no license.
Candace Dawn Patrick, 27, of Quail Run, Peachtree City, for contempt of court.
Eleazar Lopez, 22, of Estagion Circle, Buford, for speeding and no license.
Steve L. Netherland, 21, of Jackson Street, Hartwell, for failure to appear and public drinking.
Yolanda Reeves, 40, of Savannah Street, Newnan, for suspended license and child seat violation.
Jerry Smith, 45, of Pintail Drive, Newnan, for probation violation.

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Cyclist's picture

Jose Rosales Rodriguez, 19, Fayetteville, for no license.
Nuruddin Panjvani, 29, Griffin, for no license and......
Orlando Pena-Galan, 31,Newnan, for no license and seatbelt violation.
Hilario De Luna Salvador, 22,Sharpsburg, for no license and speeding.
Eleazar Lopez, 22, of Estagion Circle, Buford, for speeding and no license.
Franscisco Gonzalez, 58, of Morgan’s Turn, Peachtree City, for no license.

Does that famous movie quote from "The Treasure of the Serria Madre" come to mind?

BTW, both Gov elect Deal and Barnes, as reported by the AJC, agreed to support an Arizona styled law to give local police more power to crack down on illegal immigrants.

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PTC Observer's picture

"Does that famous movie quote from "The Treasure of the Serria Madre" come to mind?"

Those regulations we hate from the government, like possession of a weed; drunk on alcohol; probation violation against some government regulation; and no driver's license--a state law and regulation---if we could just get the government out of our face, the cops would have little to do!!!

I think I agree with those who want to do away with government regulations.

We could still buy leaded paint for our babies to eat if we wanted to; asbestos is one of the best insulations for our homes, but...; cigarette tax supports our government greatly--we need to promote 3-4 packs a day and snuff also; all people should have all of the unlimited credit cards they want at 30% interest--but it is regulated; everyone should be able to buy a home even if unemployed..but...regulated; Pharmaceutical companies and doctors should be able to poke anything into us but---regulated.

twelve year olds should be allowed to mine coal or fight in the marines...but it is regulated.

There are so many more good things we could do without government interference, it makes me happy just o think they will all be gone very soon and everyone will be working and the debt will disappear!

Did someone, somewhere along the way make you think that there are people who don't want and/or have a purpose for ANY government at all?

You know government in and of itself can be a GOOD thing (we usually all prefer 'limited' government). Unlimited Government ... not so much.

What is it about you Orangutans that keep you from seeing anything but the two extremes? Or, are you just the proverbial Village Idiot?

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Your friendly local teabag supporting, fanatical, right wing, extremest, Christian, party of no, 'enemy', 'hostage-taker', neoconservative, gun and bible clinging, homophobe.

Obviously the "idiots" are those who only want the regulations that suit them personally--none of the others.

jthill4's picture

In 7 days, there were 11 marijuana arrests, equaling 1.5 arrests per day. At an age limit of 21, only 5 of these people would be arrested (unless all 11 were DWI infractions). We can infer that a sensible marijuana law in Fayette County would save the system time and money, and promote happiness within the community.

-John Hill
Fayette County Resident Since August, 1993
National Honor Society, FCHS C/o 2004
Founder, Georgia NORML at UGA 2008
Speaker, Athens Human Rights Festival 2008
Graduate, Oaksterdam University 2009
Consultant, Georgia NORML at UWG 2010

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