Moultrie Observer

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January 5, 2013

CLARIFICATION: Pepper spray incident

MOULTRIE — A report of an incident in Saturday’s Moultrie Observer contained contradictory information.

Dennis James Palmore, 24; Regina Matesa Williams, 40; and Latoya Ryles, 24, were charged in connection with a confrontation Thursday at Enmark gas station, 915 First Ave. S.E. The Observer’s report was unclear about the relationship among the three.

Palmore is Williams’ son, and he and Ryles have a child together, Moultrie police clarified Saturday.

The Observer regrets the confusion.

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