Tyrone police reports Mar. 1-10

The following arrests were made by Tyrone Police between March 1-10. those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Jessica Maria Espinosa, 20, of Cedar Lane, Fayetteville, for failure to appear.

Oscar Mojica Rodriguez, 31, of Peachtree Landing Circle, Fairburn, for tail light required and driving while unlicensed.

Francis N. Peacock, 23, of West Fairfield Drive, Pensacola, Fla., for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Silvia Ramirez, 39, of Kings Ridge Drive, Peachtree City, for failure to yield right-of-way and driving while unlicensed.

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let's go crazy!

I'm going to go get a male escort and some meth and blame it on PMS induced psychosis along with pain and suffering from my broken ankle 20 years ago....I could probably work that off at Keep PTC Beautiful in a couple of weeks.

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Judge camp's sentence

This am at the Coffee Meet, I said he got a yr in prison--I was wrong. He got 30 days in prison, a #$1,000 fine, 400 hrs of community service and he must reimburse the govt for the cost of his prosecution. Regret error.

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Slap on the wrist

I wonder what sentence I would draw if I got caught with a hooker/stripper while doing drugs. I probably would have to worry more about the multitude of 9mm holes from my wife's Glock than anything else.

What did the proseqution bill him for their efforts; $200?

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Cost of Prosecution

has not yet been determined.

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So, if the bi-polar defense has been accepted for his bad

behavior, does that open the door for all the sentences he imposed during that time to be overturned? Everything I read said he was a very strict judge and handed out sentences that many other lawyers and judges felt were excessive. Always strikes me as funny that as soon as anyone is 'caught', they find the right treatment etc, and are on their way to recovery and redemption. Will all those sentenced by him be afforded the same opportunity? Just wondering.

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Of course ex-Judge Camp has a double-standard

It affects HIM now, not some nameless defendant. He's a real piece of work but his wife and family are buying all the utterly laughable crap about being "bi-polar" made him start screwing hookers, buying them drugs and bringing guns to drug deals, all the while quoting Shakespeare and handing out harsh sentences to others.

The price of supreme hypocrisy in this old fart's case is only 30 days and some probation, which is fine by me. I don't really have a problem with dudes buying sex, drugs, whatever, but maybe he should have held others to his same no-standards as Judge or stepped-down instead of being a typical Repub that is holier-than-thou and ultimately not half the person of their convictions.

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A Judge's Punishment

You think he ever gave out a 30 day (much less the requested 15 days) sentence? There is hope that one day Newt will be able to grant a pardon & all will be restored.

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Nuk, his wife may not be buying it at all-just trying to make

sure nothing happens to that hefty retirement. Sure sounds better to have your family behind you than for divorce proceedings to hit the news before a verdict is reached. With what our lawmakers, judges etc., get away with is it any wonder our young people believe we live by a double standard and have no faith or regard in our laws or leaders? I am sick to death about all these people who get religion and are repentant when they are caught. They would never stop doing what they are doing if they did not get caught. Being caught is the only thing they are sorry for.

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Here come da judge!

The $800 computer that the judge tole from the county and gave to his girlfriend and fellow junkie was in itself a felony!

I'm sure he has sentenced many to 5-10 for less than that. Go look in the prison, ytou can see them!

Having others buy your dope for you with your money is trafficking!

A head bounce 12 years ago and some pills must have sent many to jail over those years for whatever the DA wanted!

Why aren't we hearing from officials about this?

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Here come da judge!

The $800 computer that the judge tole from the county and gave to his girlfriend and fellow junkie was in itself a felony!

I'm sure he has sentenced many to 5-10 for less than that. Go look in the prison, ytou can see them!

Having others buy your dope for you with your money is trafficking!

A head bounce 12 years ago and some pills must have sent many to jail over those years for whatever the DA wanted!

Why aren't we hearing from officials about this?

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