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Police reports Dec. 21-27

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, Dec. 21 - Monday, Dec. 27
Brian David Caul, 34, Queens Court, Riverdale, for possession of marijuana and no tag.
Jonise Latawon Douglas, 22, of Heather Circle, Riverdale, for probation violation.
Micarta Jermaine Eason, 36, of Ruffin Road, Dunn, N.C., for battery-family violence.
Melvon Texidor Rivera, 43, of Pirkle Road, Griffin, for DUI alcohol and lane violation.
Clyde Laverne Robinson, 57, of Adams Circle, McDonough, for suspended license.
John Thomas Rodriguez, 46, of North Fayette Court, Fayetteville, for battery-family violence.
Catherine Brown Smith, 48, of Henley Way, Peachtree City, for habitual violator, buying or possessing schedule III, IV or V substances (two counts).
Brandon Trenton Barton, 20, of Cameron Circle, Newnan, for charges pending theft by taking.
Patrick Allen Bradford, 38, of Heritage Way, Fayetteville, for charges pending family violence.
Trudy Shelita Johnson, 26, of Coral Circle, McDonough, for failure to appear.
Leonard Joyner, 50, of Trinity Avenue, Atlanta, for probation violation.
Christopher Lee Soule, 18, of Timber Shoals Way, Douglasville, for charges pending theft by receiving.
Ernesto De La Cruz Vazquez, 31, of Falcon Crest Drive, Jonesboro, proof of insurance required, no valid registration and no license.

Fayetteville Police
Tommy Barner, Jr., 20, of Forest Circle, Newnan, for probation violation.
Jennifer Janee Lennon, 42, of Squire Lane, Fayetteville, for first degree forgery.
Randy M. Coffey, 22, of Henry Drive, Ringold, for DUI alcohol and traffic offenses (2).
Bryan Oswald Rojas, 27, of Autumn Moon Trail, Fayetteville, for entering auto.
Tarrence Jabbar Monroe, 25, of Surrey Trail, College Park, for burglary.
Reginald Jerome Kirkland, 26, of Pine Drive, College Park, for burglary.
Anthony Dante Barrett, 23, of Magnolia Lane, Fairburn, for traffic offenses (2) and less than an ounce of marijuana.
Brian Lemoyne Coffey, 42, of River Chase, Jonesboro, for DUI alcohol and traffic offenses (2).
Gabriel Joel Wheeler, 23, of Benninger Trace, Atlanta, for wanted person (Fayette County).

Peachtree City Police
Frederick W. Leach, 44, of City Circle, Peachtree City, for suspended license.
Rene Carballido-Aguillar, 32, of Flat Creek Court, Peachtree City, for DUI alcohol and driving cart on highway.
Andrew Fausett, 22, of Palisades, Peachtree City, for DUI alcohol and violation of park hours.
Patricia Winton, 61, of Gaither Road, Shelbyville, Tenn., for shoplifting.
David Mora, 40, of Rivertown Road, Fairburn, for DUI, open container and sleeping overnight in a vehicle.
Devante Edward Jones, 17, of Brookwood Road, Peachtree City, for minor in possession of alcohol, criminal trespass and furnishing alcohol to a minor.
Carl William Logan, 17, of Merrick Drive, Peachtree City, for minor in possession of alcohol, criminal trespass and furnishing alcohol to a minor.
Thomas D. Ratliff, 42, of Jumpers Run, Peachtree City, for interference with child custody.
Spencer Knight, 17, of Claridge Curve, Peachtree City, for less than an ounce of marijuana, driving without headlights and Class D license restrictions.
Philip M. Emory, 25, of Hyacinth Lane, Peachtree City, for theft by taking.
Casey Edens, 24, of Kirton Turn, Peachtree City, for driving through gore and DUI alcohol.


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