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November 26, 2012

Moultrian charged with operating illegal nightclub

MOULTRIE — A Moultrie man faces charges of operating an unlicensed night club related to a loud Friday morning party in the 1000 block of First Street Northeast.

Jauntae Antwon Hutchinson, 28, 1112 14th St. S.E., was charged Friday with operating a business without a license and noise-ordinance violation, the Moultrie Police Department said.

Officers investigating noise at A&A Car Wash, 1321 First St. N.E., heard loud music and a large crowd outside, police reports said. Police also found numerous open alcoholic beverages inside and reports said that music could be heard a long distance away.

Suspected marijuana also was found in a dancing room inside the building, police said.

On Nov. 18 police went to the location, where Hutchinson told them that he was hosting a birthday party, agency reports said.

In other arrests:

• Terrell Trimble, 22, 1108 Joe Louis Ave., was charged Saturday with probation violation.

• Kenneth Danta Norman, 26, 404 Seventh Ave. S.E. Apt. C-5, was charged Sunday with probation violation.

• Shaquita Suzanne McKoy, 24, 834 Northside Drive, Apt. 4, was charged Friday with probation violation.

• Peggy Lee Trim, 44, 1024 Second Ave. N.W., was charged Sunday with probation violation.

• Freddie Lee Hadley, 48, 3767 Ga. Hwy. 111, Hartsfield, was charged Wednesday with driving under the influence.

• Lee Saxton, 70, 1606 Sixth Ave. S.E., was charged Wednesday with driving under the influence, open container violation and failure to maintain lane.

• Joshua Alan Thompson, 26, 272 Old Timey Trail, was charged Thursday with public drunk.

• Wesley Douglas Broussard, 73, 703 12th St. S.E., was charged Friday with disorderly conduct.

• Joshua Adam McMurphy, 27, 274 Dick Traylor Road, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence, driving with suspended license and speeding.

• Darren Savon Huntley, 19, 2212 West Blvd., was charged Wednesday with battery.

• Terri Corbin, 49, 128 Myrtle St., was charged Saturday with no insurance and driving with a suspended tag.

• Ketwanna Nicole Hawkins, 20, 491 Big Blvd., Norman Park, was charged Saturday with suspended tag and no insurance.

• Michael James Clint Nixon, 31, 595 Joe Griffin Road, Norman Park, was charged with suspended license and head lights required.

• Gloria Daniels, 52, N. Madison St., Thomasville, was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct.

• Byron Drew Croft, 24, 119 Royal Ave., Thomasville, was charged Sunday with speeding and suspended license.

• Carlos Francisco, 21, 700 Sardis Church Road, was charged Sunday with driving under the influence, no driver’s license, open container violation and failure to maintain lane.

• Timothy Hayes, 41, 190 Dennis Powell Lane, was charged Sunday with suspended tag, no insurance and suspended license.

• Curtis Martin, 64, 708 Second St. N.W., was charged Sunday with probation violation.

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