Moultrie Observer

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December 21, 2011

Jury indicts 3 in July escape

MOULTRIE — Two former Colquitt County Correctional Institution inmates and a man accused of helping them escape were among those indicted this week by a Colquitt County grand jury.

James David Miller, 29, and Bobby Lee Gunter, 28, escaped the prison on the night of July 15.

Miller was taken into custody the following day in the Macon area in a stolen truck. Gunter was captured the next morning.

Both were indicted on escape charges, and Miller also was indicted on a count of theft by taking.

Josh Allen Clary, who also was an inmate at the facility at the time, was indicted on charges of aiding another to escape and possession of a telecommunications device by an inmate.

In another indictment handed down, James Trinity Daye, also known as Jimmy Trinny Day, 37, 426 Circle Road, was indicted on charges of incest, child molestation and statutory rape.

Donna Elaine Sanders, 51, 1421 11th St. S.W., was indicted on counts of burglary and financial transaction card fraud.

In accusations presented by the Colquitt County District Attorney’s Office:

• Donna Elaine Sanders; three counts of financial transaction card fraud.

• Donna Elaine Sanders; forgery in the first degree.

• Donna Elaine Sanders; forgery in the first degree.

• Matthew Allen Boyd, 19, 290 Dick Traylor Road, and Matthew Dylan McMurphy, 19, 298 Beaty Road; possession of cocaine, violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.

• Carleshia Rashonda Daniels, 19, 79 Marietta St., Camilla; possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.

• Jack James East, 26, 13190 Salem Road, Pavo, and Jasmine Nichole Parker, 24, 408-B 31st Ave. S.E.; possession of methamphetamine.

• Heather Bell Tucker, 25, 606 Black Acres Road; theft by taking.

• Shaneeka Tuff, 8, 1221 Apt. 6 Elliot Brown St.; making a false statement.

• Fredrick Logan Faircloth, 23, 3453 Tallokas Road, and Nicholas Blake Smith, 27, 1479 Cook Road; manufacture of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of pseudoephedrine and manufacture of marijuana.

• Bertan Gongora Aguilar, 22, 715 Sardis Church Road; theft by taking, battery (family violence), hindering an emergency telephone call and driving without a license.

• Geneva Christy Brown, 26, 146 Robin Lane; possession of cocaine, operating a vehicle bearing improper license plate and driving on improper registration.

• Leticia Ledesma, 30, 1421 Overlook Drive; theft by taking.

• Shacarol Leuntay Clark, 31, 611 Davis Ave., Tifton; theft by conversion.

• Willie Farrell, 58, 121 Quail Ridge Road; theft of lost or mislaid property.

• Britni Alacisha Harrison, 18, 507 Oak Circle; four counts financial transaction card fraud.

• Devin Tremane Blount, 19, 2000 Second St. S.E.; theft by taking.

• Patricia Ann Jones, 56, 111 Third St. S.E.; possession of cocaine.

• Jacqueline S. Lee, 30, 1957 Sylvester Hwy. Lot 25; hindering the apprehension or punishment of a criminal and possession of marijuana.

• Michael Dewayne Mathis, 48, 3372 Cool Springs Road; possession of cocaine and driving under the influence.

• James Kenneth Gossett, 36, 6097 Old Ga. Hwy. 179 N., Cairo; attempt to violate the Georgia Controlled Substances Act.

• Andrew Bond Bivins, 44, 990 Perry Road; attempt to violate the Georgia Controlled Substances Act.

• Robert Bryan Casteel, 25, 1220 10th St. S.E.; attempt to violate the Georgia Controlled Substances Act.

• Cain Eugene Hall; manufacture of methamphetamine and possession of methamphetamine.

• David Alan Turner, 26, 618 Second St. S.E.; possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana and two counts of obstruction of an officer.

• Bobby Gene Kastelic, 40, 308 C.O. Kennedy Road; attempt to violate the Georgia Controlled Substances Act.

• Wanda Faye Brinson, 51, 1015 Thigpen Trail; attempt to violate the Georgia Controlled Substances Act.

• Jason Dewayne Barrett, 24, 734 Third Ave. S.E.; attempt to violate the Georgia Controlled Substances Act.

• Fanny Mae Moleski, 28, 618 Third St. S.E.; possession of cocaine.

• Ronnie Dean Crosby Jr., 27, and William Ashley Crosby Jr., 20, both of 1605 Mallard Road, Sale City; and William Ashley Crosby Sr., 37; theft by receiving stolen property and theft by deception.

• Roderick Neil Hughes, 39, 208 Rufus Murphy Road, and Sharon Denise Hughes, also known as Sharon Denise Summerlin; four counts forgery.

• Martha Lilia Garcia; aggravated identity fraud.

• Jeffie Scott; 45; theft by taking.

• Christopher Darren Hobgood and William Christopher Miller, 27, both of 189 Dandron Road; theft by conversion.

• Stanley Robert Norris, 5308 Madison Hwy., Valdosta; theft by conversion and deposit account fraud.

• Ashley Nicole Miley, 21, 426 Circle Road; theft by receiving stolen property and battery.

• Eric Lee Clifton, 54, 226 Southern Trail; 25 counts theft by taking.

• Lawrence William Banks Jr., 24, 1208 Ninth St. S.E.; possession of cocaine, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, DUI, driving while license suspended, possession of marijuana, open container and failure to maintain lane.

• Dustin Paul Jones, 32, 467 Mill Pond Road, and William Brandon Kearce, 28, 728 Shade Murphy Road; theft by taking.

• Vandy Lamon McBride, 23, 729 Eighth St. S.E.; possession of cocaine, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and possession of marijuana.

• Franklin D. Lee, 38, 912 Putney Ave., Albany; possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and obstruction of an officer.

• Jason Todd Myers, 37, 828 R.L. Norman Road, Norman Park; manufacture of methamphetamine and obstruction of an officer.

 

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