Moultrie Observer

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December 20, 2012

Woman reports man shouted obscenities

MOULTRIE — A woman who reported that a man stopped to shout obscenities at her children and then returned to give her the same treatment was among the cases investigated Wednesday by county law enforcement agencies.

April White, of the 2000 block of Old Albany Road, reported to the Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office that her children were throwing pine cones in a ditch while cleaning the yard when a man in a red Honda Civic stopped and shouted obscenities at them.

The man left but returned a short time later in a tan Chevrolet Colorado and began using vulgar language toward her. The man left the second time spinning his tires in the driveway.

Arrests

Moultrie Police Department

• Caseita Latreal Jenkins, 35, 2153 Ga. Hwy. 133 N., was charged Wednesday with party to the crime of theft by shoplifting.

She is accused of taking part in a Dec. 4 theft at Wal-Mart, 641 Veterans Parkway S., which reported that she and another woman left the store with a cart filled with merchandise they did not pay for. They left the cart outside the store and drove away in a Chevrolet Trail Blazer.

• Jerome Spence, 42, 707 1/2 Fifth Ave. S.W., was charged Monday with disorderly conduct.

• John Ray Cantrell, 19, 160 Mark Horton Lane, Norman Park, was charged Wednesday with disorderly conduct and failure to yield while turning left.

Cantrell was arrested after he refused to calm down while police were investigating an accident in which he was involved at the intersection of Park Avenue Southeast and Veterans Parkway.

Officers trying to determine what caused the collision between Cantrell’s 1997 Dodge Ram and Marviq Richardson’s 1995 Honda Accord asked Cantrell to lower his voice several times, police said. When after those warnings he began to argue with an officer, raising his voice and yelling, Cantrell was arrested.

The investigation revealed that Cantrell, turning left from Park Avenue onto Veterans Parkway, collided with Richardson, who had turned right onto Veterans Parkway, police said

• Angel Maria Hendrix, 44, 127 Colquitt St., Ellenton, and Shannon Rebecca Weathers, 23, 360 Weathers Road, were each charged Wednesday with theft by shoplifting.

The two women are accused of concealing merchandise in their purses inside Wal-Mart, 641 Veterans Parkway S.

Each had a large Georgia Bulldog purse in a cart, but the merchandise inside them was visible to store employees, police said. The estimated value of the items they had in the purses was $375.

• Joshua Martin Lasseter, 20, 1000-A Holmes Drive, was charged Wednesday with probation violation.

• Victor Jimenez Hernandez, 29, 805 Smith Road, was charged Wednesday with probation violation.

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