Moultrie Observer

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November 17, 2012

Municipal Court for the Nov. 21 edition

MOULTRIE — The following cases were recently disposed of in Moultrie Municipal Court:

John Will Allen, 60, was found guilty of violation of probation and was ordered to pay $1,109 or serve 36 days jail.

Ricardo Fijarado Filgueira, 42, was found guilty of violation of probation and was ordered to pay $1,208 or serve 43 days jail.

Rashard Lavonte Haynes, 17, pleaded guilty to speeding (75 in a 55 zone), no driver's license and defective equipment. Haynes was sentenced to 20 days jail plus 9 days for contempt and fined a total of $434.

Terrence Jamil Jackson, 24, was found guilty of violation of probation and was ordered to pay $596 or serve 18 days jail.

Bruce L. Johnson, 26, pleaded guilty to safety belts violation (children) and was sentenced to 2 days jail plus 3 days for contempt and fined $125.

Terrance Dewayne Owens, 29, was found guilty of public drunk and was sentenced to 11 days jail.

Eldriquez Leetrez Silas, 31, was found guilty of duty to obey police officer, giving false name/address/date of birth to officer and loitering. Silas was sentenced to a total of 33 days jail.

Misty Williams, 40, pleaded guilty to theft by shoplifting and was sentenced to 11 days jail and banned from Walmart.

Jennifer Abrigo, 32, was charged with disorderly conduct. Bond was forfeited.

Patricia Aguilera, 38, pleaded guilty to failure to stop at stop sign and was fined $109.

Robert Antonio Aldridge, 28, was charged with speeding (61 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Rebekah Denise Anderson, 23, was charged with failure to maintain lane. Bond was forfeited.

Winfred Lydell Anderson, 50, was charged with speeding (57 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Tammy Deloris Bell, 30, was charged with failure to stop at stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Brandon Nelson Bennett, 18, was charged with speeding (60 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Rickey Demetrius Bonner, 46, was charged with failure to stop at stop sign and safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Rafeal Jervon Brown, 30, was charged with public drunk. Bond was forfeited.

A charge of speeding (57 in a 45) was dismissed against Jerry Lamar Cooper, 66.

Catelyn Cierra Crook, 23, was charged with speeding (60 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Sara Cruz, 38, pleaded guilty to speeding (74 in a 55) and no driver's license. Cruz was fined a total of $630.

Jack Leonard Daughtry, 83, was charged with failure to yield while turning left. Bond was forfeited.

Jonathan Dwayne Dismuke, 26, was charged with speeding (61 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Jennifer C. Dollar, 41, was charged with speeding (58 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Monica E. Edwards, 31, pleaded guilty to failure to stop at stop sign, no driver's license and safety belts violation (children). Edwards was fined a total of $884 and sentenced to a total of 24 months probation.

Mattie Mae Flournoy, 64, was charged with light reducing material affixed to windows. Bond was forfeited.

Pamela Pleshette Ford, 32, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

William Robert Hatcher, 40, was charged with speeding (60 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Francisco Garcia Hernandez, 26, pleaded guilty to safety belts violation (adults) and no driver's license and was fined $2,015.

Ruben Hernandez, 33, was charged with failure to stop at stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Bernice F. Horne, 63, was charged with improper lane change/not proper position. Bond was forfeited.

Robert Nathaniel James, 30, was charged with failure to yield after stop/stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Martha N. Johnson, 64, was charged with failure to yield when entering intersection. Bond was forfeited.

Janell Cobb Kennedy, 76, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Nikki Sherese Kincade, 19, was charged with speeding (61 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Rafael Rodriquez King, 35, was charged with driving while license suspended or revoked and four counts of safety belts violation (children). Bond was forfeited.

Brandi Carolyn Landrum, 27, was charged with violation of probation, which was paid in full.

George Odilon Malagon, 19, was charged with running a red light. Bond was forfeited.

Jared David May, 17, was charged with speeding (60 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

John Alfred Meyer, 39, was charged with speeding (71 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Patrick Wayne Moncrief, 32, was charged with speeding (69 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Jonathan Morales, 27, pleaded guilty to giving false name/address/date of birth to officer, improper tag, no proof of insurance, failure to stop at stop sign and no driver's license. Morales was fined a total of $1,559 and was sentenced to a total of 24 months probation.

Nikul Azad Parikh, 27, was charged with speeding (58 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Betsy Lynne Parker, 48, was charged with running red light. Bond was forfeited.

Narcise Pineda, 34, was charged with failure to stop at stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Dennis Lopez Portillo, 52, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Miguel A. Campos Quintana, 25, was charged with failure to yield after stop/stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Cynthia Stephanie Reddock, 30, was charged with failure to stop at stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Tonya Denise Riggins, 30, was charged with three counts safety belts violation (children). Bond was forfeited.

 

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