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February 27, 2012

Driver flees police, but is caught later

MOULTRIE — A man who ran from Moultrie police on foot after a brief car chase faces a lengthy list of traffic charges related to the Saturday morning incident.

 An officer tried to stop Brandon Darion Williams, who was driving a Cadillac Deville, at 2:24 a.m. because the vehicle had no tail lights, Moultrie Police Department reports said.

When an officer turned on blue lights to try to stop the car, Williams accelerated and turned onto First Avenue Southeast driving in the wrong lane of traffic, the reports said. After turning left on 11th Avenue Southeast the driver stopped and ran east on foot through a parking lot and behind a building.

Police later took Williams into custody.

Williams, 25, 602 E. Union Drive, Doerun, was charged with duty to obey, fleeing or attempting to elude, failure to stop at a stop sign, tail lights required, reckless driving, driving on the wrong side of the road and suspended license.

In other arrests:

• Leon Ventry Johnson, 39, 901 Ninth St. N.W., was charged Friday with probation violation.

• Jayro Martinez, 27, 815 Sixth St. N.W. Apt. C, was charged Friday with driving suspended or revoked license, false information and operating a vehicle without a decal.

• Kingsley Alonzo Simon, 27, 407 Second St. S.W., was charged Friday with probation violation.

• Jennifer Nicole Mitchell, 28, 476 Greenfield Church Road, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence.

• Dominique Lafal Hadley, 21, 402 31st St. S.E. Apt 402, was charged Saturday with shoplifting.

Hadley is accused of stealing deli chicken and other items from Walmart, 641 Veterans Parkway South.

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Billy Franklin Taylor, 42, 161 Dandron Road, was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct.

While officers were at Taylor’s residence on a dispute call, Taylor used an ax to damage tires on a 1997 Ford Mustang, 1980 Ford truck and 1994 Buick Century, sheriff’s reports said.

• Martin Najera Arredondo, 44, 106 Halls Lane, was charged Saturday with burglary and giving false information or name.

• Terry Anderson Jr., 21, 203 W. Union Circle, Doerun, was charged Friday with theft by receiving stolen property.

• Luis Carlos Carcamos, 22, 2203 Sylvester Drive, was charged Friday with battery.

•  A male Colquitt County High School student was charged Thursday with marijuana possession after students reported to school officials that he had the substance.

The boy was turned over to his parents.

Assaults

Moultrie Police Department

• Kalie Chaney, 200 block Fourth Avenue Southeast, reported Monday that she was pushed down by a man who approached her in her back yard.

Chaney told the officer that when she went out the back door to get a jacket out of her car she saw the man. When she tried to run inside he pushed her to the ground and left.

She described him as a short, skinny black male wearing a black jacket.

Chaney was not injured, police reports said.

• Linda Perkins, Milledgeville, reported Sunday that a female acquaintance grabbed her by the hair and hit her in the face during an incident in the 1900 block of Fourth Street Southeast.

• Daniel Juarez, Moultrie, reported that he was assaulted by a male acquaintance in the 2400 block of South Main Street.

Juarez told the officer that he and the other man were kicked out of a night club for fighting.

• Tylisha Hill, Moultrie, reported Saturday that a male acquaintance grabbed her by the neck and hair and threw her against a car during an incident in the 300 block of Ninth Street Northwest.

• Shakeena Singletary, 200 block Third Street Southwest, reported Saturday that a female relative hit her in the face during an argument.

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Jennifer Mitchell, 900 block Greenfield Church Road, reported Saturday that a male acquaintance grabbed her by the arm and slammed her to the ground.

Mitchell told the officer that before that the man grabbed her cell telephone and threw it down when she tried to call for help from law enforcement.

Mitchell had bruises on both arms, sheriff’s reports said.

• Mary Blackwell, 100 block North Railroad Street, Norman Park, reported Sunday that a male relative punched her in the eye.

Tift Regional Medical Center reported the incident to law enforcement, and Blackwell told the officer she did not want to press charges, sheriff’s reports said.

Thefts

Moultrie Police Department

• Gregory Williams, Doerun, reported Saturday the theft of a 2003 Cadillac Deville from the 1100 block of Sixth Street Southwest.

• Walmart, 641 Veterans Parkway S., reported Sunday that a man shoplifted socks and other items with a value of $16 from the store.

Police later located the man, who returned a pack of Eggies and three pairs of socks. No charges were filed.

• Robert Lard, 1000 block 10th Street Southeast, reported Saturday the theft of the heads from his solar lights. The stolen property was estimated at $40.

• Natalie Jones, Moultrie, reported Thursday the theft of a bag of property she left outside briefly in the 500 block of 27th Street Southeast.

• Eliasin Sanchez, 2800 block Ross Clark Circle, Dothan, reported Sunday the theft of a pellet rifle and scope valued at $280 in the 300 block of Bay Branch Road.

• Dewey Lastinger, first block Lower Meigs Road, reported Sunday the theft of a plow and home-made root rake with a total value of $3,000.

• Darrell McNeal, 100 block Mimosa Lane, Norman Park, reported Sunday the theft of a 2002 Honda 400 EX ATV valued at $3,000.

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Frank Jackson, 1900 block Sylvester Highway, reported Friday the theft of a Huffy Seastar bicycle valued at $90.

• Tim Whitman, 1300 block Salem Road, Pavo, reported Saturday a theft in the 700 block of Hopewell Church Road.

Reported stolen were a four-bottom plow, row ripper, front loader and antique iron bath tub with a total value of $3,750.

• Jose Garcia, 300 block Bud Baker Road, Norman Park, reported Saturday the theft of a trailer, two window air conditioners, a grill and 300 pounds of steel weights. The property was valued at $122.

Property damage

Moultrie Police Department

• Super Shine Car Wash, 707 First Ave. S.E., reported Saturday that locks were broken on shampoo machines

Damage was estimated at $60.

• Lucio Rosalas, 200 block Farmers Market Boulevard, reported Sunday that a window of his residence was broken and a door screen was cut.

Rosalas told the officer he heard a noise from the living room area at about 3 a.m.

• An officer answering an alarm at 5:50 am. Saturday at North Main Package, 422 N. Main St., found two damaged doors at the business.

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Olga Garcia, 200 block Cedar Street, reported Friday that a 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse was damaged while parked, apparently by being hit by another vehicle.

• Johnny Lee Haynes, first block East Bethel Avenue, reported Sunday that a mud flap on a 1995 Freightliner truck was damaged.

• Doyle Grantham, 5300 block Georgia Highway 133 North, reported Sunday that a pasture gate was damaged in the 500 block of Tom Smith Road.

Other investigations:

Moultrie Police Department

• Ameris Bank, 1707 First Ave. S.E., reported Friday finding a counterfeit $20 in a deposit bag.

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Angel Carroll, 200 block Grizzly Bear Road, Norman Park, reported Friday that her dog was shot, apparently with a shotgun.

• Moe Hernandez-Morales, 800 block Smith Road, reported Saturday that his Social Security number had been used by someone to file an income tax return.

• Angelina Ambrosio, 600 block Circle Road, reported Saturday that her 5-year-old daughter was bitten by a dog.

The incident was reported to animal control, sheriff’s reports said.

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