Fayette County law enforcement arrest reports — June 7 – June 13

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, June 7 — Monday, June 13

Joseph W. Bolden, 20, of Creekwood Trail, Fayetteville, for bench warrant and tail light violation.

Dorian A. Gorroden, 21, of Bordeaux Drive, Fayetteville, for probation/parole violation.

William J. Joyner, 23, of Wellborn Road, Warner Robbins, for probation/parole violation.

Alejandro M. Rios-Casas, 23, of Riverridge Drive, Canton, for probation/parole violation.

Joshua B. Anderson, 37, of Austell Circle, Marietta, for bench warrant.

Miguel Basulto, 37, of Woodview Road, Fairburn, for no drivers license.

James D. Black, 36, of Flat Creek Trail, Fayetteville, for state drug law violation.

Brian L. Bowers, 37, of Commerce Boulevard, Riverdale, for state drug law violation.

Dale A. Byrd, Jr., 22, of Grande Court, Fayetteville, for simple assault.

Steve R. Crowe, Jr., 23, of Deer Wood Lane, Atlanta, for probation/parole violation.

Johnea D. Davis, 23, of West Chase Lane, Atlanta, for probation/parole violation.

Henry G. Gazaway, 58, of North Cartuegate Drive, College Park, for deposit account fraud and bench warrant.

Leroy Glenn, 56, of Kite Lake Road, Fayetteville, for simple battery and aggaravated assault.

Duana K. Hogan, 45, of Ga. Highway 54, Fayetteville, for DUI aocohol.

Ava N. Kearney, 18, of Melville Brown Road, Williamson, for driving with suspended license.

Matthew S. Kurucar, 23, of North Hampton Drive, Fayetteville, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Bernard A. Lofton, 22, of Country Trace, Conyers, for bench warrant.

Luther C. Murray, 47, of Smokemount Drive, Fayetteville, for loitering or prowling and littering.

Ruben Pimentel-Duarte, 32, of Knox Drive, Conyers, for driving with suspended license.

Kirstie G. Rivera, 20, of Peachtree Station Circle, Peachtree City, for probation/parole violation.

Zachary N. Schultz, 25, of Shadow Wood, Peachtree City, for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, obstruction, aggravated assault, possession of knife/firearm during the commission of a crime and less than an ounce of marijuana.

Devon T. Smith, 30, of Bending Branch Drive, Richmond, Va., for probation/parole violation.

Thomas W. Sorrow, 44, of Lowery Road, Fayetteville, for simple assault.

Fayetteville Police

Sergio Vega, 23, of Dixie Lake Road, Union City, for probation violation.

Attelah Pendergrass, 18, of Banks Road, Fayetteville, for traffic offense.

Marsha M. Murphy, 26, of Crossings Place, Griffin, for interfering with police and traffic offense.

Derrick Leroy Curtis, 49, of Sharon Drive, Fayetteville, for simple battery.

Carl Hodges, Jr., of Godby Road, College Park, for simple battery.

Randi Dionne Johnson, 17, of Hightower Drive, Fayetteville, for battery.

Dennis Lee Hart, 32, of Hightower Drive, Fayetteville, for battery.

Joshua Dawane Rockmore, 21, of Lake Royale Drive, Riverdale, for wanted person (Atlanta).

Paul Byron Culbreth, 56, of Nelms Road, Fayetteville, for public drunkenness.

Kathyrn Faith Brown, 17, of Ga. Highway 92, Fayetteville, for shoplifting.

juvenile, 16, Fayetteville, for shoplifting.

Pascual W. Pinzon-Villegas, 24, of Fielding Way, Hampton, for traffic offenses (2).

Eric O. Weiner, 26, of Inn Town Place, Fayetteville, for traffic offenses (2).

Markese Tyrell Gaines, 29, of Courtneys Lane, Fayetteville, for wanted person (Columbus).

Nkengen Dwan Hambrick, 31, of Washington Avenue, Fayetteville, for traffic offenses (3).

Peachtree City Police

Jawayne Tomlin, 30, of Ridgelake Drive, Villa Rica, for failure to appear and probation violation.

Stacie Cox, 36, of Banks Street, Senoia, for driving on suspended license and contempt of court.

Julio Cesar Leyva-Longoria, 26, of Bankhead Highway, Lithia Springs, for failure to appear.

Aniceto S. Baez, 35, of South Street, Newnan, for driving without license and brake lights required.

Christopher D. Swillie, 30, of Peachtree Station Circle, Peachtree City, for driving on suspended license and forgery.

Thomas Smith, 49, of Cherokee Street, Newnan, for driving on suspended license.

Jared Meyer, 23, of Tracy Court, Senoia, for possession of marijuana.

Terrie P. Wilmore, 52, of Lamella Lane, Peachtree City, for DUI and failure to yield right-of-way.

Guillermo Lucas-Modesto, 30, or Twiggs Corner, Peachtree City, for probation violation.

Sergio Uvaldo Franco-Aires, 22, of Shannon Chase, Fairburn, for driving without license and improper tag display.

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Joined: 03/12/2009

Kasim Reed

Reed said he wants police writing 200,000 tickets a year again -- as he said they did more than a decade ago. That would add millions of dollars more annually to the city budget that could be funneled into the police department.

Sounds like Peachtree City. It's not about keeping us safe it's about revenue.
Police have become the "long arm of revenue" Reed has laid out the proof.

I have lost all respect for the PTCPD as they are doing the same.

Evil Elvis
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Joined: 04/19/2008
Citation-based revenue streams

Under what delusion did you belabor before Reed's "disclosure" opened your eyes?

It has been going on for years and years. Tactical gear, military rifles, Kevlar, tanks, helicopters and prancing around looking for bags of weed on overtime costs big bucks, pal. If somebody steals your TV, I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for the PD to find it for you ... unless the thief happens to be slightly speeding.

(In fairness, I happen to think PTC PD does a solid job and they certainly are not responsible for creating the nation-wide police culture of gravitating towards enforcement that makes money.)

BHH's picture
Joined: 02/11/2011
Well hutch it looks like

you have avoided the long arm of the law for another week.

How long will it be before they catch up with you?

hutch866's picture
Joined: 12/28/2005

About as long as it will take you to grow a pair, which is never.

BHH's picture
Joined: 02/11/2011
hutch666, deep down

I'm sure you really are a nice guy.

Way down underneath all that bully instinct of yours.

It's okay now though, you don't have to ride the bus with all those other bullies any more.

It's okay to be nice now.

hutch866's picture
Joined: 12/28/2005

Don't worry about me, I've never hit a gay person yet, and I won't start with you.

BHH's picture
Joined: 02/11/2011
hutch666 I can assure you that you won't start with me .

And I'm sure you mean you've never hit another gay person.

Gay certainly explains YOUR obsession with MY genitals.

After all you are what you are.

That picture of Popeye looks like his pants are on the ground.

No wonder you chose it.

And thanks for the attempted reassurance.

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