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Kimberly Chambers, 41, 302 Dixie Ave., Ozark, Ala., was charged Monday with a probation violation.
Shante Patrice Lee, 23, 990 S. Main St., Blakely, was charged Monday with a probation violation.
James Aaron Mitchell, 32, 181 Brunty Road, Ty Ty, was charged Monday with theft by deception and theft by shoplifting.
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Antonio Terrell Bentley, 28, 4977 Union Road, Lot 30, was charged Friday with a probation violation.
Jamarcus Dashan Brinkley, 18, 214 Goff St., was charged Saturday with obstruction or hindering law enforcement officers without force.
Jackie Brown, 52, was charged Sunday with loitering or prowling.
Maria Concepcion Cedillo, 56, 37 Evie Circle, was charged Thursday with driving without a license and missing tail/tag lights.
Debbie Lynn Denny, 42, 568 Ezell Road, Whigham, was charged Monday with theft by shoplifting, possession of cocaine and unlawful possession of ephedrine.
Susana Gonzalez, 35, 1407 Bill Bowen Road, Lot 20, was charged Thursday with driving without a license, missing or defective headlights and a child restraint violation.
Kimberly Deann Johnson, 29, 861 W.B. Parks Road, Ty Ty, was charged Monday with theft by conversion and possession of cocaine.
Phillip Johnson, 55, 477 Peachtree St., Atlanta, was charged Friday with a probation.
Charles Albert Newsome, 33, 1441 Central Ave. N., was charged Friday with driving with a suspended or revoked license and defective equipment.
Jacob Lee Scarborough, 19, 801 Davis Ave., was charged Thursday with a safety restraint violation and notice of change of address or name.
Ned Webster, 51, 1514 Georgia Ave., Omega, was charged Thursday with a probation violation.
Calvin Loroate Wilson, 32, 1108 Doc Melton Sr. Drive, was charged Friday with theft by receiving stolen property.
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Thomas Louis Alexander, 25, 2010 W. Broad Ave., Apt. 26, Albany, was charged Sunday with driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Lacy Jade Barber, 19, 742 Brighton Road, was charged Monday with driving without a license.
Teresa Lynn Dillard, 45, 127 Jake Lane, Enigma, was charged Saturday with DUI.
Darrick Damon Graham, 41, 4740 Brookhaven Court, Apt. 15, Lake Park, was charged Sunday with driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Ikramullah Ullah Khan, 39, 543 Penia Road, Cordele, was charged Monday with failure to maintain lane and driving with an expired license.
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