• A woman reported Tuesday night that she went to South Central trailer park to pick up her friend and while she was there, a man came up to her car and brandished a small handgun, pointed it at her and then ordered her to get out of the car. She told police that she drove away and left the area.
• A woman who lives in the 700 block of Timmons Drive reported early Wednesday morning that several subjects came to the residence armed with bats and one individual had a gun. She told police that they were attempting to fight her and another woman. She reported that her juvenile son was also inside the residence and witnessed the incident, and two other very young children were inside the residence asleep. The woman later reported that the offenders sent threatening text messages to her cell phone and came back to the residence making verbal threats towards her.
TIFTON POLICE DEPT.
Gabriel De Los Santos Arias, 24, 2113 Highway 32 W., Lot 53, Douglas, was charged Tuesday with unlawful window tinting and driving without a license.
James Clinton Hall Jr., 44, 2206 Meadowbrook Drive, was charged Tuesday with DUI and following too closely.
Ruben Neri Hernandez, 20, 515 W. Fifth St., Adel, was charged Tuesday with driving without a license and failure to stop at sign.
Cassandra Michelle Simon, 25, 114 W. 13 1/2 St., was charged Tuesday with a noise violation, three child restraint violations, driving with a suspended or revoked license and giving a false name, address or birth date.
TIFT CO. SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Calvin Ricardo Brown, 45, 305 Wilson St., was charged Tuesday with making terroristic threats and acts.
Robert Lee Green, 34, 807 Madison Ave., was charged Tuesday with a probation violation.
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