Law enforcement arrest reports — March 8-14 and March 15-21

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, March 8 - Monday, March 14

Desmond Lamar Bailey, 22, of Mile Run, Hampton, for probation violation.

Guadalupe Martin, 43, North Jeff Davis Drive, Fayetteville, for vehicle turning left, DUI, DUI less safe, expired license and open container.

Michael Preston rodgers, 42, of Willow Road, Fayetteville, for battery-simple battery-family violence.

Andre quincy Axam, 29, of Old Cascade Road, Atlanta, for probation violation.

Jason Gregory Linder, 17, of Driftwood Trail, Fayetteville, for burglary.

Brandon Seth McCoy, 20, of River Knoll Court, Fayetteville, for cruelty to children, battery-simple-bttery-family violence, obstruction, operation of an unregistered vehicle and no insurance.

Betty Jean Sills, 52, of Fayetteville Road, Fairburn, for deposit account fraud/bad checks.

Samuel Reese Smith, 17, of Ashborough Park, Fayetteville, for burglary.

Joelie Selena Johnson, 28, of Ormsby Avenue, Louisville, Ky., for failure to appear.

Shaemeka Eileen Miller, 23, of North Oakly Drive, Columbus, for RICO Act/racketeering/corrupt organization.

Kimberly Carol Marlow 44, of Mangham Road, Griffin, for probation violation.

Aramis Anton Smith, 25, of Avalon Way, Riverdale, for probation violation.

Coley Alexis Brown, 28, of Echols Place, Macon, for suspended license.

Reyaldo Fernando Cooper, 34, of Hightower Road, Fayetteville, for driving while license suspended or revoked.

Jeffrey Mark Felton, 47, of Blue Heron Drive, Jonesboro, for DUI, DUI less safe and driving in emergency lane.

Ramon Jarrell Green, 22, of Point View Drive, Jonesboro, for suspended license and operation of unregistered vehicle.

Ashley Aiko Hall, 20, of North Fairfield Drive, Peachtree City, for state drug law violation.

Ryan Williams McDonald, 20, of Smokerise Point, Peachtree City, state drug law violation, dangerous drugs-illegal sale/distribution/possession, Schedule II and possession/sale/purchase/manufacture of marijuana.

Tyler Joseph Moore, 20, of Perch Point, Peachtree City, for two counts of dangerous drugs-illegal sale/distribution/possession, cocaine-possession/sale/purchase/manufacture, and possession of firearm/knife while committing crime.

Sebastian Alexandre Prange, 20, of Perch Point, Peachtree City, for state drug law violation.

Bernice Roland, 50, of Ga. Highway 85, riverdale, for DUI, center lane, improper use of turning movements and signals required.

Edward Gibran Saxon, 17, of Fairfield Circle, Fayetteville, for simple battery and disrupting public schools.

Patrick Wayne Tatum, 47, of Morris Drive, Fayetteville, for battery-simple battery-family violence.

Tony Artez Whitmore, 45, of Castle Way, Fairburn, for suspended or revoked license.

Eric Yuself Wikson, 40, of wood Creek Way, Douglasville, for suspended license.

Fayetteville Police

Jonathan James Walker, 18, of Rockspray Ridge, Peachtree City, for traffic offenses (2).

Jason Eugene Gray, 25, of Tara Boulevard, Jonesboro, for probation violation.

Mark A. Wilson, 23, of Brandon Mill Court, Fayetteville, for wanted person (Ohio).

Kelvin Dejuan Robinson, 18, of North Hampton Drive, Fayetteville, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Karen Anmarie Davis, 21, of Henderson Court, Fayetteville, for traffic offenses (2).

Bianca Shalese Willingham, 19, of Wynfield Drive, Jonesboro, for shoplifting.

Brittany Nicole Gamble, 17, of Key Stone Place, Conley, for shoplifting.

juvenile, 16, College Park, for shoplifting.

juvenile, 16, Riverdale, for shoplifting.

Brittany Alicia McGrew, 21, of Panhandle Place, Hampton, for traffic offense and less than an ounce of marijuana.

juvenile, 16, Fayetteville, for shoplifting and obstruction.

John Millard Beck, Jr., of Meadowbrook Court, Fayetteville, for shoplifting.

Nicholas James Dewberry, 31, of Pecan Wood Circle, Fairburn, for shoplifting.

Woodrow Bolden, Jr., 33, of Spindletop Way, Stockbridge, for traffic offenses (3).

Vicki Mask Bailey, 47, of Bendview Road, Griffin, for theft, possession of tools and traffic offense.

Michael David Bailey, 37, of Plantation Drive, Fayetteville, for theft and possession of tools.

Paul Stephen Vincent, 46, of Black Twig Court, Riverdale, for theft and possession of tools.

Antonio Daniel Camacho-Ramirez, of 27, of Tara Boulevard, Jonesboro, for traffic offense.

Carrie Ornelas, 31, of Museum Circle, Jonesboro, for traffic offenses (3).

juvenile, 16, Fayetteville, for unruly child.

Jay Scott Lawler, 43, of Lakeview Street, Griffin, for traffic offenses (2).

Brandon Matthew Little, 20, of Spur 138, Jonesboro, for traffic offense and less than an ounce of marijuana.

Ko-el Medina, 30, of West Manor, Peachtree City, for less than an ounce of marijuana and traffic offense.

Chase Amon Manning, 31, of Spring Ridge Court, Newnan, for traffic offenses (2).

Peachtree City Police

Aaron Housely, 20, of Lanyard Loop, Peachtree City, for reckless conduct.

Miguel Angel Gonzalez-rojas, 30, of Briarby Loop, Jonesboro, for headlight violation and driving while unlicensed.

Francisco Raphael Zhuin, 19, of Stevens Entry, Peachtree City, for disorderly conduct.

Morgan Sydney Milton, 26, of Burberry Close, Fayetteville, for contempt of court.

Dakotah Lovins, 24, of Caldwell Drive, Hampton, for probation violation.

Phillip Morgan, 30, of Creekway Drive, Austell, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Loyal Pendleton, 20, of Minnie Court, Fayetteville, for shoplifting.

Ikamullah Ahmadani, 47, of Sidney Lanier Boulevard, Duluth, for failure to maintain lane and DUI alcohol.

Michele Lossner, 34, of Wensley Corner, Peachtree City, for probation violation.

Jashala Fears, 29, of East McIntosh Road, Griffin, for headlights required and DUI alcohol.

Michael Bradley, 47, of Columbia Drive, Carrollton, for shoplifting.

Ulises Vargas-Genchis, 23, of Elbera Drive, Newnan, for equipment violation and driving without a license.

Yarice D. Smith, 28, of Thompson Road, Fairburn, for probation violation.

Clayton E. Lawrence, 45, of Tyler Woods, Sharpsburg, for DUI.

William Jenkins, 46, of Cumberland Circle, Riverdale,for probation violation.

Susann Hensley, 49, of Merrick Drive, Peachtree City, for expired tag and suspended license.

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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, March 15 - Monday, March 21

Tawanna Michelle Allen, 37, of West 37th Street, Chattanooga, Tenn., for failure to appear.

Brandon Keith Brooker, 24, of North Oak Street, Valdosta, for state drug law violation.

David Lamar Byrd, 32, of Cumberland Parkway, Atlanta, for DU, DUI less safe and driving on roadways laned for traffic.

Joseph John Corvino, 24, of Arden Court, Peachtree City, for state drug law violation.

Jaime Cumatizil-Saravia, 27, of Ga. Highway 92, Fairburn, for driving without a license.

Irwin Clint Dresbach, 29, of Marlett Lane, Riverdale, for obstruction, theft by taking, criminal damage to property, possession of tools to commit a crime and wearing masks or hoods.

Gregory Stuart Hunt, 47, of Ga. Highway 85 South, Fayetteville, for simple assault/assault-family violence.

Larry Aquentine Jenkins, 30, of Clark Road, Fayetteville, for suspended license.

Jose Manuel Romero-Ramirez, 26, of Greenview Circle, Fayetteville, for probation violation.

Wyley Joseph Smith, 17, of Mill Haven Landing, Fayetteville, for disrupting a public school and battery.

Victoria Ivory Vanzant, 24, of Sams Drive, Fayetteville, for following too close and hit and run.

Joshua Scott Wallace, 34, of Coastline Road, Fayetteville, for probation violation.

Christopher McNeal Barfield, 28, of Chase Drive, Fayetteville, for contempt of Superior Court.

Michael Anthony Bridges, 51, of Emerald Lake Drive, Fayetteville, for suspended license.

Jamie Seth Bylsma, 20, of Stevens Entry, Peachtree City, for state drug law violation.

Ketra Denae Cobb, 36, of Melanie Lane, Fayetteville, for probation violation.

Brendan Michael Dailey, 22, of Stevens Entry, Peachtree City, for state drug law violation.

Veronica Lashaundra Dean, 18, of Beech Street, Fort Valley, for RICO/Racketeering/Corrupt Organization.

Marianne Katrina Ehlers, 19, of Boxwood Court, Peachtree City, for state drug law violation and furnish/purchase/sale of alcohol to underage person.

Stephen Daniel Fisher, 19, of Wagon Wheel Way, Peachtree City, for state drug law violation and furnish/purchase/sale of alcohol to underage person.

Robert Earl Kinney, 30, of Henderson Road, Jonesboro, for failure to appear.

Garry Ligonde, 52, of Registry Place, Hampton for failure to appear.

Chadwick Newell Brennan, 34, of Cumberland Trail, Senoia, for suspended license.

Jose Alfredo Jiminez, 25, of Elam Church Road, Forest Park, for suspended license and window tint violation.

Krystal Diana Rosser, 25, of West Main Street, Hogansville, for failure to appear.

James Michael Williams, 26, of Weavers Lake Front Road, Jackson, for probation violation.

Michael James Williams, 62, of Van Burch Street, Hollywood, Fla., for driving on roadways laned for taffic and suspended license.

Ralph McMillan Yorke, 26, of Paul Street, Riverdale, for failure to appear.

Jason Brett Graves, 37, of Shannon Chase Drive, Fairburn, for simple assault/assault-family violence and criminal trespass.

Joseph Manson, 47, of Hull Avenue, rome, for failure to appear.

Anthony Darez Shaver, 29, of Lamp Post, College Park, for probation violation.

Juan Ramon Mejia, 41, of Strahmor Way, Jonesboro, for probation violation.

Steven Edward Sevigny, 34, of Hunterian Place, Newnan, for DUI, DUI less safe and driving on roadways laned for traffic.

Leighton David Thomas, 24, of Tara Boulevard, Jonesboro, for state drug law violation.

Fayetteville Police

Chase Amon Manning, 31, of Spring Ridge Court, Newnan, for traffic offenses (2).

Jermario M. Cooper, 21, of Dunaire Way, Jonesboro, for marijuana with intent to distribute.

Mark Bernard Wingfield, 40, of Sugarcreek Lane, Atlanta, for carrying weapon prohibited by a felon.

Kendrick Abdul Dixson, 17, of Sunnybrook Drive, Fayetteville, for shoplifting.

Elaine B. Williams, 60, of Sawgrass Way, Fayetteville, for shoplifting.

April Daggs Mixon, 27, of Thomas Drive, Forest Park, for wanted person (Lamar County).

Adrianna Lashea Ramsey, 17, of Hamilton Court, Jonesboro, for shoplifting.

Tammy Darlene Holliday Hutzell, 41, of Sandy Lane Drive, Alpharetta, for traffic offenses and wanted person (Dawson County).

Christina Lauren Crane, 25, of Chase Drive, Fayetteville, for failure to appear.

Michelet Louis Jeune, 37, of East 87th Street, Brooklyn, New York, for traffic offenses (3).

Kayla Chrisine Hill, 18, of Miranda Lane, Griffin, for traffic offense.

Leah Jill Parris, 47, of Morning Mist Way, Fayetteville, for traffic offenses (2).

Fred James Stoddard, 55, of Berry Lane, Fayetteville, for possession of cocaine, possession of dangerous drugs-other and DUI alcohol.

Michelle Kristen Groover, 21, of Edward Road, Rex, for traffic offenses (2).

Trent Allen Shelby, 51, of Gary Summers Road, Fayetteville, for DUI alcohol and traffic offense.

Mylaka S. Eason, 17, of Wesely Park Drive, Jonesboro, for shoplifting.

Ariel O. DAvis, 17, of Canterberry Drive, Jonesboro, for shoplifting.

Socorro Garcia-Avellaneda,23, of Tope Road, Sharpsburg, for traffic offense.

Christopher Seth Broome, 17, of Malone Road, Fayetteville, for possession of alcohol by a minor.

Ashley Lauren Hirsch, 25, of Brookview Court, Fayetteville, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Jabari Ben Howard, 21, of Chase Drive, Fayetteville, for traffic offense.

Adam McNeil, 28, of Phyllis Court, Hephzibah, for DUI alcohol and traffic offense.

Aaron W. Miller, Jr., 18, of Bonnie Lane, Fayetteville, for traffic offenses (3).

Joseph H. Wright, 17, of Stanley Oaks Drive, Fayetteville, for traffic offenses (2).

Peachtree City Police

Brian R. Pfeifer, 19, of Creek Bed Court, Peachtree City, for shoplifting.

James Norton, 59, of Bear Creek Road, Moreland, DUI alcohol and failure to maintain lane.

Danny Phillips, 49, Denham Street, Riverdale, for DUI alcohol and failure to maintain lane.

Antonio Harris, 19, of Al Roberts Road, Senoia, for probation violation.

Ethan Phillips, 46, of Millstone Drive, Hampton, for probation violation.

Jennifer Gatewood, 22, of Kelly Farm Road, Newnan, for probation violation.

Ryan Allan Walker, 19, of Highlands Point, Newnan, for child molestation, interference of custody and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Denise L. Davis, 23, of Ga. Highway 54, Senoia, for possession of marijuana.

Justin T. Ross, 27, of Sturdivant Court, Peachtree City, for DUI, failure to maintain lane and slick tires.

Michael Edwards, 42, of Manchester Drive, Newnan, for probation violation.

Delma Marie Lopez, 40, of Buckey Road, East Dublin, for suspended license and commercial vehicle not identified.

Lawrence C. Homerding, 56, of Winthrop Drive, Sharpsburg, for probation violation.

Dusty R. Moore, 29, of Sweetbriar Drive, Peachtree City, for suspended license.

Christopher Meadows, 39, of Tower Road, Peachtree City, for probation violation.

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A message for the people and the Fay Co Sheriffs Dept.

This is a message to expose the police state in Fayette County for what and how they really are.

Ehlers is a good friend of mine, more like a sister than anything, and after hearing what happened from several sources involved at the time, I must expose the real info regarding her arrest. The Tactical Narcotics Team (TNT) spends $15,000 dollars on each drug raid that happens. Her house was raided and they took her to jail for possession of marijuana. Little do the people of Fayette County know that their hard earned tax dollars went toward a misdemeanor charge of less than one ounce(9 grams, street value of maybe $100). Sure that sucks, but that's not the worst of it. Little did the sheriffs department know (or listen) that she is an Insulin Dependant Type-1 Diabetic. Her blood sugar was high as she was being put in handcuffs and they refused her the insulin that keeps her alive. Another officer there lied to her father and said that he was a paramedic and would be able to help. She never saw that officer again. She asked an officer if she could bring her insulin with her (having been incarcerated before, she knew that she had to). The officer straight up said "No, you'll be able to get some in lock-up". When incarcerated, she went to the infirmary and asked the nurse for some insulin, to which the nurse replied, "You should have brought some with you". Ehlers was released with a story to tell.

This is a prime example of abuse, mistreatment, and corruption in the Fayette County Jail System, as well as the police department. People of Fayette County, do you really like the fact that your tax dollars pay the salaries of these sadistic, abusive, and just plain stupid individuals? I know that more than likely catch 3 kinds of hell from some people, but frankly, I could care less. The people need to know the back story of the situation at hand. Sure she got caught with drugs, she should be punished for that. But such misrepresentation of the old creedo "Protect and Serve" should not go unnoticed, especially when someone's life is at hand.

So here is a big old middle finger to those arresting officers. Enjoy being an emotionless, heartless, soulless prick for the rest of your useless lives.

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Hmmm, Wagon Wheel Way

A little search of "Wagon Wheel Way" yields the following hits:

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Law enforcement arrest reports — March 8-14 and March 15-21

... violation. Aramis Anton Smith, 25, of Avalon Way, Riverdale, for probation violation. Coley Alexis Brown, 28, of Echols ... to underage person. Stephen Daniel Fisher, 19, of Wagon Wheel Way, Peachtree City, for state drug law violation and ...

Story - The Citizen - 03/23/2011 - 5:15pm - 14 comments - 0 attachments

Fayette County law enforcement arrests reports: March 1 — March 7, 2011
... with a 911 call. Eugino Leslie Romero-Martinez, 19, of Wagon Wheel Way, Peachtree City, for speeding and suspended license. Daniel J. ...

Story - The Citizen - 03/08/2011 - 6:34pm - 0 comments - 0 attachments

Police reports, Apr. 27-May 3
... for no license. Eugenio Romero-Martinez, 19, of Wagon Wheel Way, Peachtree City, for no license. Samuel Matthias Shell, 25, of ...

Story - Anonymous - 05/04/2010 - 3:54pm - 0 comments - 0 attachments

Cop Report 011310
... January 11 Harrison Andrew Burkett, 19, of Bently Way, Fayetteville, for charges pending: simple battery and obstruction of a 911 ... in possession of alcohol. Richard James Coe, 48, of Wagon Wheel Way, Peachtree City, for disorderly house, possession of ...

Story - Ben Nelms - 06/15/2010 - 5:08pm - 17 comments - 0 attachments

Police Blotter 121609
... for traffic offense. Israel Jimenez-Castano, 32, of Wagon Wheel Way, Peachtree City, for traffic offense. Peachtree City ...

What's with this street?

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Cy-Take a drive

on over there and it will be obvious what's what.

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A quick satellite reconnaissance

shows a mixed used mobile home area of trailers and modular homes. No need to drive by. I didn't even know this area existed behind Steinmart. hmmm

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"You should have brought some with you"

Anyone with any experience with Type 1 diabetes (aka juvenile diabetes) would recognize that the nurse was exactly right when she said "you should have brought some with you".

There is no accepted "one size fits all" treatment for diabetes. There are various forms of slow-release and fast-release insulin products, and doctors spend a lot of time (and make a lot of money) making sure their patients get the correct dosage/release medication.

Officer "Derp Derp I'm a Paramedic Too!" did the county a disservice with his blithe assurance that criminal mastermind Ehlers would get needed medication at lockup. That's the sort of negligence that causes counties to lose multimillion dollar lawsuits when something goes wrong. Defense attornies salivate over deep-pocket negligence claims such as this.

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Bacon,You are incorrect and ignorant about diabetes and the law

Who checked this person's blood glucose when arrested ? What is the county's written protocol for persons with diabetes who are arrested, detained, and/or incarcerated ? What is the training that county personnel
receive on appropriate standards of care for persons for diabetes ? Students in public schools who have diabetes have IEPs.to keep them safe.Surely jails have the same.

You actually believe this nurse was correct in saying this person should have brought her insulin with her ? Do patients admittted to hospitals bring their insulin and blood glucose testing supplies with them ? Absolutely not ! Hospitals must maintain some quality contol and safety protocols. Surely, jails must also do this.

Every person with diabetes should be assured they will get their needed medication at lockup,especially those with type 1 diabetes. There is nothing blithe about it.Elevated blood glucose levels must be treated quickly and appropriately.

From my years of experience as a nurse and diabetes educator, I can assure you the main reason doctors spend time ensuring patients receive the correct insulin and doses is NOT because they make a lot of money. It is because they want their patients to have an improved quality of life and to reduce the risk of diabetes complications.

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in the defense of diabetics.

It is truly unjust. How do you think officers would feel about the American Diabetes Association getting involved? I'm pretty sure they would not take kindly to such neglect. And thank you Chris P. Bacon for actually addressing the situation.

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Gee Peachy
treesarepeachy wrote:

She asked an officer if she could bring her insulin with her (having been incarcerated before, she knew that she had to).

She sounds really classy.

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wow incognito

It's not a matter of class you prick. It's a matter of abuse. If you or someone you care for had some illness that required you to take medicine to LIVE, wouldn't you expect to be allowed that medicine when needed. You are seriously heartless and I hope you can live with the fact that you can make fun of a person with a nearly terminal illness with no regard. God forbid people get into trouble. It's human nature. Did I say that what she got arrested for was right? No I didn't. But the manner in which the sheriffs acted was abusive and unjust. Think before you speak next time.

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multiple incarcerations

by the age of 19. No matter how you stack it up, she is setting herself up well for the future. By definition oozing in class, much like you from your parent's basement. Sleep well sparky

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ok

That still doesn't answer my question. Address the issue not the people involved. I may be 20, I may still live with my family, but I'm not in a financial situation where I can make it on my own at the moment ok? That still doesn't stray from the fact that people are being mistreated by cops here. Is everyone just too blind to see this, or do you all just think we're a bunch of ignorant kids with nothing to do but complain? My guess is that it's the latter because of how one sided most of the people in Peaches are. Do you understand how serious type-1 diabetes really is? It's not just some kid who ate too much sugar, it goes way deeper than that. All I'm trying to say is that a human life should not be neglected just because the police are lightly fascist and feel like they are God in moments like this. Fayette County's judicial system is slowly becoming a re-imagining of the Nixon Administration, and it's about time that stopped. One last thing, get your head out of your asses, wake up, and see the corruption instead of blocking it out. The truth will unfold itself in time.

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Peachy

I suppose that if I had a disease that was critical to treat I would try to stay the hell out of jail.

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Spyglass and GAltant want to know why Peachy is still here, Cal

Repeated use of profanity and treesarepeachy still criticizing cops. One strike for Spyglass and GAltant when simply pointing out that the mayor lied (which he did/does)

Peachy is just a drug-addled kid, but if she stays, the least you can do is bring the other 2 back. They were good contributors.

What gives, Cal?

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where do you get off

saying things like this? First off I'm male not female. And second off, yes I use marijuana, but I'm not a drug addled kid. I see the world for what it really is.

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Reviewing this thread, treesarepeachy

I can see that you feel that the police of PTC mistreat people. I have not had that experience even when I have been pulled over a couple of times in the less than decade that I have lived here. I am not a recreational drug user as you readily admit about yourself. Marijuana use is known to make the users become paranoid with continued use. Something to think about for you. Also, you will not be mistreated by the cops if you are not part of a criminal enterprise or conspiracy as you and your friends seem to be in. You are either growing the stuff, stealing the stuff, or buying it from less than honorable people. The further you delve in criminality, the more that you will feel that the police are mean. It is their job to stop criminal behavior without prejudice to the crime. Work to change the drug laws, not break them.

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well wedge

you obviously were never a teenager in Peachtree City. I lived there for 16 of the 20 years of my life. Though I now live elsewhere in the county, I still care about the people I interact with who live there. Having lived nearly all my teenage years there, I can safely say that some of the police officers there truly do harass them for absolutely no reason than to try to scare them. But that is neither here nor there. Initially, I was talking about the arresting officers involved from the Fayette County Sheriff's Department acting in a very negligent manner. It's the collective that seems to be against any word I say that has deterred it from my original statement. And for you to think that we are a part of some sort of "criminal enterprise" is downright ignorant. And even if we were, that is not a justifiable reason for the county law enforcement to mistreat anyone.

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RWM, banning

I obviously have not kept up. Which bloggers have been banned, and is it permanent or a suspension? looking at the language on here, profanity isn't enough to get you banned. What is it?

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Spyglass and GAltant were banned

each for using one simple word less offensive than the one treesarepeachy keeps repeating.
Not sure if they are banned for life or what, but they were banned last week on one of the pages that featured Haddix's wife. They were simply making the point that Haddix lied and his integrity was a 4-letter word meaning useless and Cal banned them. Oh well.

I would hate to think that dissing the sheriff's dept. is considered ok, but calling out our Chief Liar is somehow off limits, but what else can you make of it.

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RWM don't forget Mike King got the boot too

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Wow! Mike King? Didn't know. We still have pimply-faced Peachy

the nancy girl - in his pj's sniffin' glue in his parent's basement. I think Cal needs to rethink his quality control.

Mike was another of the good ones.

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it shows

a lot about your character to say things like this morgan. if this is what our "community" has come to then I really wish you all the best of luck on the other side. The only one to even address the issue at hand was chris. Everyone else is trying to either stray from the subject or put down someone. It's sad to see that our "perfect community" is full of heartless imperfect people that have nothing better to do than bash the others within it. I at least tried to reason with you all but you just kept coming back with insults. Sure I called incognito a prick, but not to assault his character. I did so because he just bashed the person instead of addressing the issue. Had he said "Oh, well she should try not having diabetes" or something along the lines of that, I would have chosen different words. And I like how you all think that banning me will stop me from speaking out against the issue. If I'm banned, I assure you I'll be back. The world is not perfect, no matter how hard you try to make it so.

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Cal being King not telling the truth

Cal, there is no doubt that you're being 'king of the blogs' as it were, entitles you to do whatever you want. That being said you have, for some reason, decided that Mrs. Haddix couldn’t take the pounding, that she so richly deserves, as justification for disabling any additional comments. Being able to play God gives you that right but I question your motives.

I chose to not partake in the ‘low hanging fruit’ that were Mrs. Haddis’s posts.

That you have decided to block any and all further responses is clearly a message that the Mayor and kin have begged for mercy on your part.

I fully appreciate your presumed defense that there were posts that violated the rules as you have clearly stated.

I do however suspect that your actions, blocking any further posts, are not directly motivated for the reasons that you state.

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Maybe the King could perform a public service - ban Haddix

Or maybe just ban all people who hold elected office. Since Haddix is the only one who lacks the common sense keep his hands off his keyboard, it only affects him.

The justification for that is all elected politicians have their shining moments in the sun at least twice a month at public meetings and the rest of us do not - we only have this form of communication.

Ban all of them in office. Makes sense to me.

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Somebody made the buttons disappear

The "Reply" buttons are missing from the pages where Chief Haddix's wife and her comments were featured.

I was going to ask if anyone went to city hall yesterday to hear Mr. Grisham's presentation. But I can't ask it there, so I'll ask it here.

Why do you think the buttons disappeared from just those 2 pages?

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When buttons disappear

When buttons disappear it means that has done too good a job of inflamin' the local populace and comments have gotten out of hand.

If you scroll down through the thread you'll see that Spyglass and Galtant have been banned for life here. The TOS is pretty clear, you don't use language like that around here.

Unless you're defendin' grubby Herman Cain. That...that...that's DIFFERENT.

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Seems like an overreaction. Maybe there was pressure from Chief

Those were 2 of the more logical ones on here. I remember the blacked out words and don't see them as being that offensive. I guess the whole discussion was deteriorating and Cal needed a reason and a scapegoat to pull the plug. Oh well. Another day.

So, more to the point, what did Grisham have to say yesterday - or is it today at the Retreat?

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It's a 2 day thinkfest

Grishampalooza is a 2 day festival, yesterday and today.

Haven't heard anything of note as of yet, I suspect this is a "getting to know you" sort of thing.

I don't have very high expectations for Grisham, especially if he's primarily tasked with fillin' empty storefronts.

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