Fayette County law enforcement arrest reports — Aug. 9–15

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, Aug. 9 - Monday, Aug. 15

Jeraldaka J. Head, 32, of Abner Terrace, Atlanta, for wanted person.

Long D. Hoang, Jr., 24, of Laurel Ridge Way, East Point, for less than an ounce of marijuana.

Richard J. Kachman, 38, of Cedar Trail, Jonesboro, for pedestrian under the influence.

Curtis L. Scruggs, 31, of Saint James Place, Sharpsburg, for probation/parole violation.

Isaiah D. Weekes, 24, of Sleepy Hollow Lane, Jonesboro, for driving with suspended license.

Jacqueline S. Caleb, 47, of Lullaby Court, Riverdale, for affray.

Sheree L. Caleb, 29, of Kinglet Road, Jonesboro, for affray.

Yvette C. Carcich, 39, of Middling Lane, Fayetteville, for wanted person.

Howard T. Rogers, 49, of North Bethel Street, Thomaston, for bench warrant.

Manuel L. Seal, Jr., 49, of Trolling Way, Fayetteville, for driving with suspended license and tail light out.

Brandon L. Brown, 22, of Marriott Drive, Columbus, for RICO Act.

Marc A. Burton, 25, of Roberts Drive, Riverdale, for probation/parole violation.

Gabrielle A. Ellis, 19, of Marry Gold Circle, Fort Valley, for RICO Act.

Paul S. Gardner, Jr., 39, of Huntington Court, Newnan, for driving with suspended license.

Gabriel Hernandez-Garcia, 22, of Peachtree Station Circle, Peachtree City, for no drivers license.

Antonio D. McKissic, 35, of Mt. Zion Road, Atlanta, for bench warrant.

Gabriel A. Ndengey, 47, of Price Road, Fayetteville, for reckless driving, too fast for conditions, driving on wrong side of road and failure to maintain lane.

Jaritt R. Ortiz, 22, of West McIntosh Road, Griffin, for loitering or prowling, criminal damage to property, theft by taking and possession of tools for commission of a crime.

Randy L. Parker, 45, of Chapell Road, Fayetteville, for first degree forgery.

Jasmine K. Stewart, 21, of Pebblecreek Drive, Jackson, for Georgia RICO.

Latavia L. Stewart, 22, of Marigold, Fort Valley, for Georgia RICO.

Demetrias Benton, 44, of Orlando Street, Atlanta, for DUI alcohol.

Cheryl L. Bucciarelli, 45, of Wendlock Drive, Marietta, for contempt of Superior Court.

Magnolia Calderon-Dominguez, 38, of Ga. Highway 54 West, Fayetteville for no drivers license.

Lizbeth D. Castro-Centeno, 18, of Steeple Court, Fayetteville, for obstruction and simple assault.

Autumn J. Cox, 18, of Hwy. 3, Hampton, for telephone haras/disorderly/fighting words.

Bobby W. Howell, Jr., 24, of Nowell Drive, Fairburn, for probation/parole violation.

Horace L. humphrey, 60, of Teal Terrace, Jonesboro, for DUI alcohol and failure to maintain lane.

Kenneth A. Langs, 22, of Maple Valley Way, Jonesboro, for driving with suspended license.

Elizabeth A. McAllister, 54, of Barberry Lane, Peachtree City, for bench warrant.

Eddie T. McKnight, 59, of Burkshire Road, Ellenwood, for DUI alcohol and failure to maintain lane.

Leon J. Ousley, 37, of Camp Creek, College Park, for wanted person.

Randy L. Parker, 45, of Chapell Road, Fayetteville, for first degree forgery and theft by taking.

Walter D. Phillips, 24, of Pine Drive, College Park, for bench warrant.

Donald Philpot, 48, of Sargent Drive, Atlanta, for wanted person.

Michold T. Robinson, 47, of Castle Top Lane, Lawrenceville, for reckless driving, obstruction, fleeing and attempting to elude, failure to maintain lane and duty upon striking fixed object.

Lee O. Walker, 56, of Akins Street, Barnesville, for aggravated assault.

Ricky A. Wilkins, 46, of Maner Terrace, Smyrna, for simple battery.

Rafael Arrieta-Navarro, 46, of Havana Street, Forest Park, for no drivers license.

Alyssa M. Griswold, 22, of Turner Church Road, McDonough, for DUI alcohol, failure to maintain lane and speeding.

George K. Hampton, 18, of West Bridge Drive, Fayetteville, for bench warrant.

Fayetteville Police

Jackie L. Walker, Jr., 36, of Carriage Oaks Drive, Tyrone, for traffic offenses (2).

Aubrey Daquarn White, 23, of Boar Court, Union City, for first degree forgery, obstruction and simple battery.

Cotonya A. Peterson, 36, of Monterey Circle, Jonesboro, for traffic offense.

Judy Sharkey-Johnson, 46, of Bridgestone Cove, Fayetteville, for shoplifting.

Alfred Sheron Herring, 31, of Calmer Circle, East Point, for shoplifting and wanted person (Walton County).

juvenile, 15, Hampton, for obstruction, curfew violation and traffic offense.

juvenile, 16, Fayetteville, for obstruction, curfew violation and traffic offense.

juvenile, 15, Hampton, for obstruction, curfew violation and traffic offense.

Marcus Antonio Morrison, 24, of First Street, Forest Park, for probation violation.

Peachtree City Police

Michael J. Chisholm, 20, of Rock Mull, Peachtree City, for first degree forgery.

Xavier G. Bridges, 24, of Belmont Drive, Atlanta, for driving on suspended license.

Devon Phillips, 20, of Redding Ridge, Peachtree City, for probation violation and minor in possession of alcohol.

Belinda Morton, 24, of Tyrone Road, Fayetteville, for impropert lane change, speeding, DUI and open container.

Charles Edward Toombs, 41, of Church Street, Riverdale, for probation violation.

Bobby S. Houston, 41, of Virginia Avenue, College Park, for DUI, open container and failure to maintain lane.

Sandra Stockton, 48, of Old Rockaway Road, Senoia, for shoplifting.

Ricinda L. Woodley, 29, of Terrell Trace, Marietta, for speeding and driving while license suspended.

Melungeon
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To the Owner of the Black Lexus ES350 ...

... with the Walton County tag (BIS 9262) and NO handicapped license plate or placard. I watched the teenage driver park in a handicap parking space while she sashayed into Whitewater High School this afternoon (8/26). Only completely trashy people do something like that. You should be so proud ... NOT!

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Trashy is a good word. Cameras rule!

The scum that does that and many other things don't have a clue about how many cameras are being intalled around here. The guy in the bank today? How long does he have until he's in cuffs?

Saw a crew today installing cameras along the street that our street is connected to and I am glad.

Library has them. And England has them. We were there last year and the CCTY or CCTV or something like that picked up a purse snatcher near our hotel and they showed it and the arrest the next night.

Using them to get some of the illegal students seems like a good idea, but we need the money from the state, so we will overlook it. Right Terry?

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MUD

Trouble is: Big Daddy is watching you! (phones also).

Vote incorrectly some day and zoom, you are gone.

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