TIFTON POLICE DEPT.
Eduard Alexander Blanco, 24, 7315 Potomac Drive, Port Richey, Fla., was charged Saturday with speeding and driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Isidro Gutierrez-Mora, 38, 3463 Sylvester Drive, Moultrie, was charged Sunday with driving without a license and driving without insurance.
Zachary Grant Hasty, 22, 3530 Coverdale Highway, Ashburn, was charged Friday with DUI.
Justin Dewayne Hayles, 23, 1210 Wilson Ave., was charged Saturday with battery (family violence), interfering with calls for emergency assistance and false imprisonment.
Leroy Jones, 56, 1311 S. Central Ave., Lot 32, was charged Saturday with unwanted person.
Anthony Robinson, 48, 1911 Bell Ave., was charged Sunday with a probation violation.
Alexander Bryce Traughber, 18, 259 Falcon St., Warner Robins, was charged Thursday with DUI and speeding.
Vincent Rey Trevino, 17, 1220 Susex Drive, Apt. L-82, was charged Saturday with underage possession of alcohol.
Contravis Demond West, 18, 117 Alder St., was charged Friday with unwanted person on property.
Kiley Lamar Weston, 21, 708 Overlook Drive, Winder, was charged Friday with disorderly conduct.
Quinton Marque Whitehead, 18, 3689 Highway 82 W., Lot 12, was charged Saturday with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, underage possession of alcohol and an open container violation.
TIFT CO. SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Dehaven Lloyd Cooley, 41, 603 Whiddon St., was charged Friday with disorderly conduct.
Alberto Diaz, 21, 15 Bobby Drive, was charged Saturday with driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Daniel Hernandez-Santillan, 30, 2712 Village Green Drive, Aurora, Ill., was charged Friday with speeding, improper lane change and driving without a license.
Stephen Ray Madden, 33, was charged Sunday with public drunkenness.
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James Edward Conger, 49, 1423 Parker Chapel Road, was charged Friday with DUI, missing or inoperative tail/tag lights, driving without a license and an open container violation.
Arthur Mayo, 47, 1116 Fifth Ave., was charged Sunday with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and driving without a license.
Leonard Leon Sawyer IV, 24, 517 Maple St., was charged Friday with a child restraint violation and driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Christopher Aaron Smith, 34, Fla., was charged Friday with driving with a suspended or revoked license and speeding.
Candice Ida Thomas, 27, 608 E. Sixth St., Apt. 7-D, was charged Sunday with driving with a suspended or revoked license, no insurance and suspended registration.
TIFTON POLICE DEPT.
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Identity Theft: Do all you can to protect your credit, debit cards
It's summertime and there may be only two words on your mind – road trip. As we hit the roads this summer for vacations we all make stops at the gas station and the ATM.Continued ...
Unfortunately, so do identity thieves. They set up machines called skimmers on gas pumps and ATMs that are designed to fool you and benefit them. The devices read your debit or credit card and record the number, which the thief can collect by retrieving the skimmer or even remotely using a smartphone and a wireless Internet connection. The information will then be used to create a duplicate card bearing the number, but a different name.
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- Gazette asking for your help
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- GEMA study reveals increased emergency preparedness across state
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Fields played, coached three eras of basketball
Imagine a player averaging 29 points per game for a career and receiving no college scholarship offers. That happened to Dona Fields.
Fields, as Dona Gaskins, is easily Berrien High's all-time leading scorer. She scored her 1,000th point as a sophomore and during her last three seasons was the Rebelettes' leading scorer in every game. She received no college attention, no offers.
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- Fields played, coached three eras of basketball
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