TIFTON POLICE DEPT.
David Lee Barton, 22, 40 Glory Lane, was charged Thursday with disorderly conduct.
Casey Edward Heldenbrand, 28, 3630 Twisted Tree Lane, Jacksonville, Fla., was charged Thursday with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
Cortez Kenderal Holliman, 22, 276 Bent Tree Circle, Douglas, was charged Friday with a probation violation.
Larry Donel Nichols Jr., 33, 4 Pertilla Place, Apt. 23, was charged Thursday with unwanted person on the property of another.
Jermaine Shaunte Rowell, 30, 530 E. 18th St., was charged Friday with failure to obey traffic and driving with an expired license.
Charlette Latrese Stafford, 26, 414 Prince Ave., Apt. 5, was charged Thursday with driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Miranda Renae Stephens, 18, 134 First St., Fitzgerald, was charged Friday with an open container violation and underage possession of alcohol.
Traci Dene Wynn, 20, 507 W. Pine St., Fitzgerald, was charged Friday with DUI.
Igor Nicolaevich Yurchenko, 56, 312 Hartford Ave., Daytona, Fla., was charged Saturday with DUI.
TIFT CO. SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Jason Ray Aubrey, 27, 1409 Love Ave., was charged Thursday with failure to appear.
TIFTON POLICE DEPT.
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Downtown Farmer's Market opens Saturday
The Downtown Development Authority has announced the 2013 opening of the Downtown Tifton Farmer’s Market May 18 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The market, located on the platform of the historical Tift Terminal Railway Museum, will feature the new streetscape including enhanced landscaping, new sidewalks for easy accessibility and so much more.Continued ...
- Police report for May 17
- Benefit this Saturday
- Commissioner seeks help for crime watch on southside
- ‘Major challenges’ ahead for farm bill, but Ga. Peanut Commission optimistic
- Downtown Farmer's Market opens Saturday
- Local Sports
The quarterfinals series between the Tiftarea Academy Panthers and defending state Class AAA champions Tattnall Square Trojans matched up two of the top teams in the state and after two games, the battle has been a stalemate. The Trojans won the first game 4-1, while the Panthers took game two, 6-3. Game three will be today at 2 p.m.
- Tiftarea hosts defending state champs
- First inning dooms Devils
- TCHS spring football game Friday
- Late magic forces another game three
- Tiftarea-Tattnall split
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