Moultrie Observer

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December 8, 2012

Teen caught smoking marijuana at CCHS

MOULTRIE — A 16-year-old was allegedly caught smoking marijuana Tuesday at Colquitt County High School.

The girl, whose name was not released because of her age, was charged as a juvenile and released to her mother, a Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office report said.

Principal Bob Jones called for a deputy to witness as he searched the teen’s automobile. Jones told the deputy she was caught smoking marijuana behind the 10th grade building on campus, and when school administrators questioned her, she allegedly said there was some marijuana in the vehicle.

The deputy said Jones searched the car in his presence and found a small amount of suspected marijuana in a plastic bag in the glove compartment. He said there were also lots of loose bits and pieces of what looked like marijuana between the seats and on the floorboard.

The substance was turned over to the Drug Enforcement Team to verify whether it was marijuana.


Moultrie Police

• Ricky Bernard Shell, 35, of 909 N. Madison St., Albany, was charged Tuesday with neglecting a child in connection with an April incident.

• Bruce Bowman, 21, 617 MLK Jr. Drive, was charged Wednesday with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and battery (family violence).

• Cameron Rasheim Jackson, Stavinsky Rashead Bigelow, and Rhoderick Kentrel Moore, all of whom are 17 and live at 406 Ninth Ave. S.E., were charged Wednesday with misdemeanor theft by taking; Jackson was also charged with giving false information to an officer.


Sheriff’s Office

• Cody Bracken, of Funston, reported Tuesday that his wallet was stolen from his bookbag while he was in construction class Tuesday at Colquitt County High School. Bracken said the wallet contained $285, his driver’s license and Social Security card.

Moultrie Police

• Audriana Hawkins, of 27th Street Southeast, reported Tuesday that she found erh television and cell phone missing from her residence when she returned home about 10:30 p.m. In her bedroom, the window had been pushed into the room and was lying unbroken on the floor, she said.

• An employee of CVS, 1027 S. Main St., reported Tuesday that a man walked out with what appeared to be a bottle of mouthwash that he didn’t pay for.

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