Moultrie Observer

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January 26, 2012

Woman charged with prostitution

MOULTRIE — For the second time this week, officers working on burglary cases stumbled across decidedly different types of criminal activity.

On Wednesday, a Moultrie Police Department officer looking for burglary suspects at about 12:21 p.m. made an arrest on prostitution charges when he caught a man fastening his pants inside a warehouse in the first block of Fifth Street Northeast.

The man, who was not arrested, told the officer he paid Linda Sue Kreigbaum, who was exiting the warehouse when the officer approached, $10 to perform a sexual act.

A supervisor at the warehouse told Kreigbaum to never come on the property again, police reports said. The officer’s search of her turned up $11, $10 of which was seized as evidence.

Kreigbaum, 32, 221 11th Ave. S.W., was charged with prostitution.

Earlier this week, a Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office investigator looking for property stolen during a burglary found a half ounce of cocaine in a ditch on Cool Springs Road.

In other arrests:

• Sheterra Wilson, 20, 553 27th Ave. S.E. Apt. 7, was charged Wednesday with aggravated assault.

Wilson, who reported that a male companion hit her in the face, is accused of throwing a knife at the man as he ran down a flight of stairs.

• Rosie Lee Walker, 61, 208 Fourth St. N.W., and Jimmy Herring, 56, 308 Fourth St. N.W. were each charged Wednesday with theft by shoplifting.

• Lee Banyon Malone, 40, 1015 10th St. S.E., was charged Thursday with suspended license and no brake lights.

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Marion Chadwick Wells 36, 14 Gail Circle, Tifton, was charged Wednesday with probation violation.

• Mario Dwight Haynes, 21, 225 Third St. N.W., was charged Wednesday with parole violation.

Norman Park Police Department

• Morales Elias Hernandez, 32, 2732 Sylvester Drive, was charged Wednesday with driving without a license, open container violation and tail light illumination required.


Moultrie Police Department

• Jackie McNeal, Moultrie, reported Wednesday the theft Wednesday of a wallet, driver’s license and Social Security card from a 2005 Ford Taurus parked in the 200 block of West Central Avenue. The value of the property was estimated at $45.

A window of the car was broken, and the key guard and radio also were damaged.

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Deric Neal Moore, 200 block 30th Avenue Northwest, reported Wednesday the theft of a Stihl chain saw, Stihl gas weed trimmer and Drillmaster 1/2 inch stationary hand router with a total value of $550.

• Wayne Mills, 3600 block U.S. Highway 319 North, reported Wednesday the theft of a Smith & Wesson SP revolver valued at $400.

• Randy Nunes, 1100 block Bay Rockyford Road, reported Wednesday the theft of a $50 money order, pinkie finger gold nugget ring, 60 piece Snap On 1/4 socket set, five Snap On screwdrivers, three Craftsman jack stands, lawn mower and car batteries, and a Dewalt power drill.


Moultrie Police Department

• Selina Tucker, 1200 block First Avenue Southeast, reported Wednesday that she was assaulted by a male acquaintance.

Property damage

Moultrie Police Department

• Denise Linnenkohl, Moultrie, reported Wednesday that windows were broken in a 2006 Chevrolet pickup truck parked at Colquitt County Health Department, 204 W. Central Ave.

• Cheryl McElrath, Moultrie, reported Wednesday that a window air conditioner was damaged and a broken window at a vacant house in the 100 block of Fifth Street Northeast.

McElrath saw two men run from the house when she arrived.

• An officer on patrol reported Thursday that Pepsi and Coca Cola machines was damaged at Oxley’s, 17 Eighth Ave. N.E.

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