Moultrie Observer

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June 20, 2011

Charges filed in beating, stabbing

MOULTRIE —  A Moultrie man was arrested after he allegedly was stabbed by a woman he was beating early Sunday morning.

Marvin Dewayne Fish, 23, of 416 11th Court N.W., was charged with simple battery (family violence).

Moultrie police  were called to Moultrie Manor on 11th Court Northwest at 2:32 a.m. Sunday about a stabbing. Upon arrival, an officer saw Fish in the road holding his left arm, and it was found he was bleeding. Colquitt County EMS was called to the scene and treated Fish for his injury.

Officers went to the house and found blood on the front porch, a cut screen and a front door that had been kicked in. Laquondra Stokes was on the front porch, and she told officers she stabbed Fish after he allegedly came home intoxicated.

Stokes stated Fish allegedly kicked in the front door after she refused to open it for him, and he began to punch her in the head and face. During the incident, she grabbed a knife from under a mattress and stabbed him in the left arm. The knife was found in a trash bag in the kitchen and was taken as evidence.

Fish was treated at the scene by Colquitt County EMS, and he was placed under arrest and taken to Colquitt County Jail.


Moultrie Police

• Ryshaun Vontay Bigelow, 18, of 427 First Ave. N.W., was charged Sunday with theft by taking.

• Laquaila Everlve Walker, 20, of 731 Sumner Road, was charged Friday with disorderly conduct.

• Moneki Nicole Huckaby, 19, of 533 27th St. S.E., Apt. 8, was charged Friday with disorderly conduct.

• John Joseph Duran, 51, of 2400 Sixth St. S.W., was charged Friday with public drunkenness.

• Tammy Marie Gibson, 20, of 506 SW 38 Terrace in Moore, Okla., was charged Saturday with leaving the scene of an accident.

• Eva Mae Williams, 56, of 202 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, was charged Saturday with theft by shoplifting. She allegedly tried to steal a package of seasoning, valued at $1, from Oxley’s Supermarket on West Central Avenue.

• Justin Ray Collins, 21, of 219 Indian Creek Subdivision, was charged Sunday with possession of marijuana less than one ounce (second offense).

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Paula Jean Blount, 37, of 2000 Tompkins Ave., Apt. I-4, in Albany, was charged Sunday with endangering security interests.

• Glen Alan Day, 49, of 608 Monroe St. in Macon, was charged Sunday with DUI.

Georgia State Patrol

• Jason Chad McCollum, 33, of 1160 R.L. Norman Road in Norman Park, was charged June 14 with obstruction and probation violation.

• Carlos Lozano, 48, of 5115 Lake Trafford in Immokale, Fla., was charged Sunday with defective equipment, driving with a suspended license and a seatbelt violation.

• Leonor Garcia, 39, of 184 Sparkman Road in Funston, was charged Friday with no proof of insurance, driving without a license and a seatbelt violation.

Norman Park Police

• Victor Hugo Perez, 20, of 135 Watson Circle in Omega, was charged Saturday with a loud music violation and driving without a license.

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