Moultrie Observer

Local News

September 22, 2011

Girls allege statutory rape

MOULTRIE — A Moultrie police investigator responded to two separate incidents Tuesday where someone reported the statutory rape of a young girl.

The Department of Family and Children’s Services (DFCS) requested assistance of an investigator regarding a case in which a 14-year-old girl had sex with a 17-year-old male suspect between Oct. 21 and Tuesday. The investigator interviewed the girl at the Child Advocacy Center, and she stated the incident took place at a house on Nandina Drive.

In a second incident, DFCS requested assistance where a 13-year-old girl had sexual intercourse with a 16-year-old male between June 1 and June 30. During an interview, the girl stated the incident took place at a house on Hillcrest Avenue.

 

Arrests

Moultrie Police

• Chancey Harris, 32, of Moultrie, was charged Wednesday with disorderly conduct.

• Shaneka Sherelle Kinchens, 22, of Moultrie, was charged Wednesday with theft by shoplifting. She allegedly tried to steal a carton of Newport cigarettes, valued at $43, from the Shell station on North Veterans Parkway.

• Wesley Antonio Copeland, 24, of Moultrie, was charged Wednesday with trespassing.

• Bernard Alexander Daniels, 23, of Moultrie, was charged Wednesday with theft by shoplifting. He allegedly tried to steal clothing, valued at $114, from Wal-Mart on South Veterans Parkway.

 

Sheriff’s Office

• James Curtis Lewis, 18, of 3962 Old Doerun Road, was charged Tuesday with driving with a suspended license.

• Kurt Vanallen Jones Jr., 26, of 201 Eighth St. S.W., was charged Tuesday with criminal damage to property (second degree).

• Eliseo Rios, 39, of 276 Honey Bear Road in Norman Park, was charged Sunday with failure to maintain lane and driving with a suspended license.

• Tiffany Bailey Williams, 25, of 219 Earl Hall Road, was charged Sunday with criminal damage to property (second degree), battery (family violence), simple battery and two counts of cruelty to children (third degree).

• Abel Ambrosio, 29, of 657 Circle Road, Lot 19, was charged Sunday with obstruction and disorderly conduct.

• Justin Baker Irvin, 30, of 1022 Skipper Road, was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct.

• Joshua Richard Dane Thomas, 35, of 1012 Skipper Road, was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct.

• Jason Klaus, 29, of 323 J.W. Wingate Road, was charged Saturday with making terroristic threats and acts and reckless conduct.

 

Georgia State Patrol

• Jesse Craig Hunter, 29, of 343 Vinland Circle, was charged Monday with DUI.

• Kendrick Morris Giddens, 24, of 555 Cassidy Road, Apt. D-1, in Thomasville, was charged Sunday with DUI, violation of license restrictions and failure to register a vehicle.

• Joel Resendiz, 23, of 144 30th Ave. N.E., was charged Sunday with driving without a license, tail lights required and a seatbelt violation.

• Robert Autrell Coleman Jr., 56, of 1 Holly Lane, was charged Sunday with DUI and an open container violation.

• Samuel Daniel Cort-Vazquez, 21, of Second Avenue, Lot 120, was charged Saturday with DUI, driving without a license and an open container violation.

 

Other Incidents

Sheriff’s Office

• An employee at Suntrust Bank on South Veterans Parkway reported Wednesday a known customer cashed a fraudulent check Aug. 29. The amount of the fraudulent check was $2,745.

• Anna Madison, of Denham Road in Norman Park, reported a thief stole an Akia 42-inch television, a DVD player, jewelry and frozen meats between 4:45 p.m. Tuesday and 7:15 a.m. Wednesday. The value of the stolen items was $702.

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