Fayette County law enforcement arrest reports April 17–23

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, April 17 - Monday, April 23

Angelo A. Andrews, 35, of West Stubbs Road, College Park, for driving with suspended license.

Ralph W. Malone, 40, of Eastview Street, Jackson, Miss., for no driver’s license.

Jerica S. Watson, 25, of Trammell Road, Morrow, for driving with suspended license and expired/no license plate/decal.

Christopher J. Barber, 24, of Sweepersmith Road, Newnan, for reckless conduct and unlawful manufacture of drugs.

Domonique J. Bottex, 18, of Hightower Road, Fayetteville, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Johnny L. Bray, 45, of Boulevard Street, LaGrange, for probation/parole violation.

Bryan C. Brooks, 29, of Rising Star Road, Fayetteville, for DUI drugs and failure to yield/turning left.

Etson Dorce, 36, of Brandmere Lane, Austell, for DUI alcohol, open container and driving on wrong side of road.

Kenneth A. Eason, 42, of Gilbert Road, Fayetteville, for driving with suspended license.

Trevus Q. Edwards, 18, of Gilbert Road, Fayetteville, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Jason J. Gaudette, 24, of Chadwick Drive, Peachtree City, for probation/parole violation.

Valerie M. Glover, 38, of Burkwood Court, Fayetteville, for simple battery.

Robert S. Grindle, 39, of Ansley Park, Stockbridge, for bench warrant.

Eric G. Harris, 38, of Lange Drive, Fayetteville, for bench warrant.

Edward R. Johnson, Jr., 32, of Woodbyne Drive, Fayetteville, for contempt of state or magistrate court, failure to maintain lane and DUI alcohol.

Leon A. Jordan, 19, of Holly Avenue, Fayetteville, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Okokon B. Okon, II, 69, of Delay Way, Stockbridge, for bench warrant.

Darius D. Rainey, 18, of Gwinnett Street, Fayetteville, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Marquis A. Rainey, 22, of Gwinnett Street, Fayetteville, for possession of marijuana with intent.

Mark D. Reyes, 24, of Kings Place, Riverdale, for theft by receiving stolen property, possession of firearm/knife during commission of a crime, possession/use of drug related objects and less than an ounce of marijuana.

Billy J. Shelton, 48, of Goza Road, Fayetteville, for simple battery.

Carlos T. Sistrunk, 23, of Wilson Drive, McDonough, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Derrell M. Travis, 17, of Terry Court, Riverdale, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Christopher R. Walker, 18, of Jefferson Avenue, Fayetteville, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Hasheem N. Beamon, 36, of Oxford Road, Berkley, Mich., for bench warrant.

Steven L. Britton, 41, of Rock Edge Point, Fayetteville, for DUI alcohol and failure to maintain lane.

Robert C. Burtchaell, 19, of Ga. Highway 138, Riverdale, for probation/parole violation.

Jason C. Dates, 32, of Jim Goodson Road, Griffin, for wanted person.

Oscar N. Dixon, 17, of Lees Lake Road, Fayetteville, for affray and disrupting public school.

Christopher D. Gray, 29, of Blackforest Trail, Atlanta, for burglary.

James G. Howell, 43, of Massengale Road, Brooks, for contempt of superior court, ran red light and driving with suspended license.

Damon K. Lawrence, 35, of Northbriar Ridge Court, Riverdale, for probation/parole violation.

Don D. Roberts, 44, of Calhoun Road, Griffin, for ran red light and driving with suspended license.

Jabari K. Washington, 18, no street address, Peachtree City, for shoplifting.

Fayetteville Police

Juanita Latrial White, 30, of Maple Valley Court, Union City, for shoplifting.

Shoala Ophelia Keeton, 22, of Huntwood Lane, Riverdale, for shoplifting.

Julie Kirk-Hemphill Williams, 37, of Williamsburg Way, Fayetteville, for simple battery and cruelty to child.

Debora Jean Mallory, 51, of Tara Glen Way, Locust Grove, for theft.

Terrell Wayne McBroom, 71, of Adams Street, Barnesville, for shoplifting.

Dinah Ruth McBroom, 70, of Adams Street, Barnesville, for shoplifting.

Stewart Randolph Wright, 41, of West Bourne Street, Jonesboro, for shoplifting.

Avery Lamar Austin, 21, of Spring Creek Drive, Hampton, for traffic offense and less than an ounce of marijuana.

Ciara Carnae Daniel, 19, of Williamsburg Way, Fayetteville, for shoplifting.

Phillip Rashaad Wilson, 21, of Inman Road, Fayetteville, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Hasheem Nate Abdul Beamon, 36, of Bell Drive, Rex, for failure to appear.

Sameer Syed, 32, of Hyacinth Lane, Peachtree City, for commercial gambling and keeping a gambling place.

Felecia Shontay Brown, 31, of Whales Lake Drive, Jonesboro, for shoplifting.

Peachtree City Police

Davita Williams, 55, of St. Agnes Way, Fairburn, for theft of mislaid or lost property.

Tahirah Young, 24, of Hedgerose Road, Newnan, for probation violation.

Daniel Hicks, 23, of Claridge Curve, Peachtree City, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

James S. Mason, II, 25, of Stevens Entry, Peachtree City, for probation violation.

Michelle Slay, 39, of Hayward Bishop Road, Senoia, for probation violation and failure to appear.

Corey A. Williams, 21, of Mesa Valley Way, Austell, for financial transaction card fraud.

Gerardo Acosta-Guerra, 26, of Shaw Road, Sharpsburg, driving without license and equipment violation.

Anthony Bowen, 29, of Carriage Lane, Senoia, for failure to maintain lane and DUI.

Jason Gaudette, 24, of Chadwick Drive, Peachtree City, for probation violation.

Olumyiwa Adeoye Joshua, 43, of Sumner Place Court, Peachtree City, for expired tag and driving on suspended license.

Clenton Burrow, 42, on Montego Trail, Tyrone, for DUI and improper left turn.

Calvin Moffat, 56, of Willow Road, Peachtree City, for terroristic threats-family violence and simple assault-family violence.

Chantley Francois, 26, of Spanish Trail, East Point, for invalid registration and suspended license.

Tyrone L. Green, 21, of Bearpaw Trail, Jonesboro, for driving without Georgia driver’s license and no insurance.

Alberto Vargas, 20, of Peachtree Parkway, Peachtree City, for criminal trespass-family violence.

Dorothy Clark, 50, of Summer Drive, Gay, for DUI and failure to maintain lane.

Gregory T. Synder, 58, of Troon Drive, Fayetteville, for DUI, open container and unregistered golf cart.

James R. Deichelbor, 30, of Moody Farm Road, Newnan for probation violation.

SocialButterfly88
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Obama

I'm not a big fan of Obama-honestly, but you can't seriously blame the shoplifting on Obama. Do really think that if any other person in this world was in office then these people would have made the decision NOT to shoplift? I highly doubt it. People make their own choices and with those choices come cosequences. Most of the above named shoplifters are 1 of the 3: 1. young 2. from across the border 3. black -As stereotypical as it is, it's the truth and it would have more than likely happened even if Bush was still in office.

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shoplifting

Look at all of the shoplifters caught in Fayetteville - It's an epidemic and the root cause can be traced back to the Obama-conomy.

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Sorry, Grizz, I can't agree with you. I do not think that a

person who would not shoplift before would become a shoplifter because of the economy. The only reason I can think of where an otherwise honest, law abiding citizen would shoplift is if it was food to feed their family and I don't believe it has been food that was shoplifted. Those who want an excuse can always find an excuse.

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MYTMITE

You're probably right. It must be a cultural thang. Know what I'm sayin?

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Cultural

It's not JUST cultural, most are mexican and/or black, but also young kids ranging from 15 to 25 (white, black, & mexican). It would have happened reguardless of the economy, it is the parents that raise the kids and the world that they grow up in, most of us learn by example and this world isn't full of great examples.

Stereotypes are real, I'm not afraid of the truth and you shoudln't be either, it needs to be heard.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0kV_b3IK9M

Go watch this video from ABC's What Would You Do?
It will literally OPEn your eyes.

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Socialbutterflh88

Thanks for sharing! Could gave been right here in Fayette County!

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It's an equally opportunity crime. After all, Lindsay Lohan was convicted of it.

BTW, guess who was invited to hobnob with the President. Does anyone need a hint? ;-)

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Maybe...

...Fidel Castro or Hugo Chavez?

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kcchiefandy

You funny blogger...

kcchiefandy
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Well, Cyclist...

...like us all, I have my moments. ;) To add along this vein, 'Forward' - the new Obama moniker - has been part of numerous Socialist/Communist parties propaganda for several decades. I guess they realize few Americans pay attention to history...and are trying to doom themselves to repeat it...

S. Lindsey
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vorwärts brought us the National Socialist Party aka NAZI party

So I wonder what this "Forward" will bring us?

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Lindsey - Nothing

good

S. Lindsey
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All too true PTCO all too true

From Maoist to Communist to full blown Marxist this Administration just can't help but stumble over itself.

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