Moultrie Observer

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December 11, 2012

Bond revoked on teen burglary suspect

MOULTRIE — A Norman Park teenager accused in a July theft of more than $4,000 worth of guns and ammunition was jailed again Monday following an arrest last month while on out on bond in a previous charge.

Brandon Lawhorne, 17, 384 E. Gate Circle, was arrested Monday after his bond was revoked on a charge of burglary.

Lawhorne and a boy who was 11 at the time are accused of a July 30 burglary of a residence in the 400 block of East Gate Circle. The two were taken into custody the same day after a neighbor saw suspicious activity and notified law enforcement.

About $3,000 of the $4,500 worth of property taken were recovered the day of the arrest, the Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office said at the time.

Lawhorne was arrested again on Nov. 15 along with two other men and a juvenile, each of whom was charged with loitering outside a vacant residence. He also was charged with obstruction of an officer in that incident.

His bond was revoked due to the subsequent arrest. Lawhorne was in Colquitt County Jail on Tuesday and no new bond had been granted as of that time.

In other arrests:

• Kadijah Donshay Debruce, 17, 521 Ninth St. S.W., was charged Monday with simple battery.

Debruce is accused of an attack on a fellow Colquitt County High School student that occurred in the school gym at about 8:30 a.m.

Sheriff’s reports said that Debruce hit Kanesha Richardson several times while Richardson’s back was turned.

• Pershia Mercedes Coston, 17, 453 Foxcroft Drive, Thomasville, was charged Monday with criminal trespass.

She is accused of entering the high school at about 9 a.m. without permission to be in the building.

• Gary Lee Curry, 33, 102 S. Livingston St., Sylvester, was charged Monday with probation violation.

• Willard Clarence Caldwell, 46, 804 Lausanne Drive, Valdosta, was charged Monday with probation violation.

Moultrie Police Department

• Jose Maria Sanchez, 72, 310 12th St. N., Wimauma, Fla., was charged Tuesday with driving under the influence.

• Saxton Lee, 70, 1005 Sixth Ave. S.E., was charged Monday with contempt of court.

• Michael Nixon, 31, 595 Joe Griffin Road, was charged Monday with contempt of court.

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