TIFTON POLICE DEPT.
Richard Falcon, 25, 180 Hillcrest Road, Lot 11, was charged Saturday with theft by shoplifting.
Lewis Moore, 29, 504 W. 20th St., was charged Saturday with a probation violation.
TIFT CO. SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Emmie Le Ann Brown, 32, 608 Timmons Drive, was charged Saturday with a probation violation.
Jason Warren Earley, 35, 144 County Lane, Moultrie, was charged Sunday with DUI and failure to maintain lane.
Teresa Carol Lenox, 45, 2417 Settlers Trail, Orlando, Fla., was charged Sunday with DUI and speeding.
Christopher Sherre Marshall, 32, 2326 Dorminey St., was charged Sunday with aggravated assault (family violence), obstruction or hindering law enforcement officers without force and simple battery (family violence).
Robert Randalph Overby, 42, 1542 Highway 82 E., was charged Friday with two counts of enticing a child for indecent purposes.
GEORGIA STATE PATROL
Lance Butler, 32, 1310 Ermine Ave., was charged Saturday with driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Jameal T. Craddock, 23, 103 Kingdom Way, Fitzgerald, was charged Saturday with driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Kenneth L. Jones, 49, 1001 S.E. Third Place, Mulberry, Fla., was charged Sunday with DUI, driving with a suspended or revoked license, and no or defective light or flag on.
TIFTON POLICE DEPT.
- Local News
County millage rate remains same
Tift County Commissioners voted unanimously in a called meeting Tuesday to keep the millage rate set at 12.183 for both incorporated and unincorporated areas of the county.Continued ...
The rate was set at .312 mills for the Special Services Tax District, which includes Ty Ty and Omega.
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- Gazette captures GPA Awards
- Fitzgerald juvenile on the loose
- Man airlifted in Ocilla after being trapped in silo
- County millage rate remains same
- Local Sports
The southern half of the 1962 Class AA girls state hoops tournament was played in Fitzgerald, despite Fitzgerald having dropped their girls program in 1957.
Girls basketball had long road to equality
When Georgia decided in 1945 to play a girls state basketball tournament, Macon Telegraph writer Sam Glassman was in favor, writing that the district tournaments that had always been held were just as strenuous. Days later, though, he wondered about the mental strain it was causing the players.
- Kilgore resigns baseball post at ABAC
- TCRD hosting pair of hardball tournaments
- Future Devils learn the ropes at ESMS
- Tidal Wave takes third triumph at Georgia Games
- Girls basketball had long road to equality
Southern problems...some folks got’em
I was able to take a trip down to Tampa this past weekend with my mom to see my niece in her dance recital.We didn’t get to see her dance in her recital. She kept saying she was sick, and we all kept saying, “You’ll be OK...it’s just nerves.”
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