TIFTON POLICE DEPT.
Leonel Moreno Ayala, 26, 2303 Eisenhower St., Cordele, was charged Saturday with driving without a license.
Tarence Vashun Brown, 26, 704 Sugar St., was charged Saturday with a suspended license (third offense), misdemeanor possession of marijuana, defective equipment and no insurance.
Ricardo De Labro, 25, 544 Main St., Willacoochee, was charged Sunday with driving without a valid tag/license plate, a safety restraint violation and driving without a license.
Aaron Eugene Gaskins, 20, 11752 Highway 82 E., Alapaha, was charged Saturday with theft by shoplifting.
Mackenzie Lee Griffin, 18, 7261 U.S. Highway 129, Nashville, was charged Saturday with theft by shoplifting.
Geronimo Romero Gutierrez, 61, 32 Ira Drive, was charged Friday with DUI, failure to maintain lane and driving without a license.
Melisa Dawn Holweger, 28, 1407 Bill Bowen Road, Lot 1, was charged Sunday with DUI, failure to maintain lane and driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Robert Anthony Jackson, 40, 121 Elm St., was charged Friday with theft by shoplifting and a probation violation.
Nancy Harris Keech, 26, 3641 102 N.D. Place N., Clearwater, was charged Saturday with speeding and driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Darriel Tremayne Poke, 25, 302 Maple St., was charged Saturday with a probation violation.
Kate Marie Riddle, 20, 7 Eagle Drive, was charged Saturday with underage possession of alcohol.
Mike Smith, 49, 1706 Dorminey St., was charged Sunday with a safety restraint violation and disorderly conduct.
Jeremy Jemal Stokes, 20, 112 Chinaberry St., Omega, was charged Sunday with possession of an alcoholic beverage.
Jacqueline Tellez-Sanchez, 24, 209 Nile Way, was charged Saturday with driving without a license.
Stephanie Denise Thomas, 40, 720 Duggan Drive, Apt. 5, was charged Saturday with DUI, driving without a license and a seat belt violation.
Marvin McKendall Waller, 20, 1158 Highway 319 N., was charged Friday with defective equipment and driving without a license.
TIFT CO. SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Stephfon Lorenza Evans, 41, 219 N.W. 44th St., Miami, Fla., was charged Friday with DUI, speeding and obscuring license plate.
Matthew Justin Hartsfield, 25, 4470 Highway 319 S., Lot 8, was charged Saturday with arson in the first degree.
Rudolph Lenard Jones Jr., 41, 907 Pine St., was charged Monday with driving with a suspended or revoked license, missing or inoperative tail/tag lights and defective or insufficient tread depth on tires.
Homer Murray Lay, 59, 1875 Ike Adock Road, Smithville, Tenn., was charged Sunday with DUI, an open container violation and failure to maintain lane.
Tedrick Loran Smith, 41, 618 W. Washington St., was charged Saturday with abandonment of dependent child support.
GEORGIA STATE PATROL
James Brockton Elmore, 36, 2130 Arabi-Warwick Road, Cordele, was charged Saturday with failure to yield to motorcyclist, and hit and run leaving the scene of an accident.
Byron Lenard Ethridge, 27, 31 Ethridge Road, was charged Sunday with DUI and speeding.
OMEGA POLICE DEPT.
Howard Earl Fletcher, 51, 46 Old Brookfield Road, Lot 5, was charged Friday with driving with a suspended or revoked license and driving without a valid tag/license.
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.
- GEMA study reveals increased emergency preparedness across state
- 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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