Moultrie Observer

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March 4, 2012

Municipal Court for the March 7 edition

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

Eudora Jane Edwards, 24, was found guilty of violation of probation and was sentenced to 19 days jail.

Ricardo Fijarado Filgueira, 41, pleaded guilty to DUI. He was sentenced to 6 days jail, 12 months probation and 60 hours community service. He was fined $1,343 and ordered to place a $25 ad in the newspaper, to install an interlock device and to participate in the Risk Reduction Program.

James Dorsey McDuffie, 38, was found guilty of violation of probation and was sentenced to 21 days jail.

Roderick DeWayne Reynolds, 40, was found guilty of violation of probation and sentenced to 46 days jail.

Chedricka Delaney Strum, 19, was found guilty of violation of probation and was sentenced to 28 days jail.

Hector Escobar Aguilar, 51, was charged with no driver’s license. Bond was forfeited.

Raymundo Martinez Aguilar, 41, was charged with no driver’s license and defective equipment. Bond was forfeited.

Nestor Alberto, 29, was charged with speeding (67 mph in a 55 mph zone) and no driver’s license. Bond was forfeited.

Gregory Mack Allyn, 54, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Samuel James Almond, 35, was charged with speeding (49 in a 35). Bond was forfeited.

Christy Jane Ashworth, 36, was charged with speeding (67 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Claudia Guadalupe Azpeitia, 22, was charged with no driver’s license. Bond was forfeited.

Nerita T. Bachelor, 53, was charged with speeding (50 in a 35) and expired tag. Bond was forfeited.

Granillo Hernandez Bacilio, 35, was charged with no driver’s license. Bond was forfeited.

Daniel Asa Ball, 17, was charged with speeding (68 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Travis Lee Banks, 33, pleaded guilty to trespassing and public drunk and was fined $500 and sentenced to 6 months probation.

Quinton Earl Barfield, 54, was charged with improper lane change/not proper position. Bond was forfeited.

Ronald Craig Bass, 51, was charged with violation of probation, which was paid in full.

Carl Dudley Battle, 57, was charged with failure to maintain lane. Bond was forfeited.

Shontekia Nashel Bodiford, 28, was charged with safety belts violation (children). Bond was forfeited.

Pricilla Joyce Boyd, 27, was charged with speeding (64 in a 45).

Mary Stone Bryant, 40, was charged with disorderly conduct. Surety bond was forfeited.

Brittany Richelle Byas, 22, was charged with safety belts violation (children). Bond was forfeited.

Efrain Canete, 33, was charged with speeding (49 in a 35). Bond was forfeited.

Frederick Lamar Carter, 48, pleaded guilty to DUI-alcohol less safe. Carter was fined $825 and sentenced to 1 day jail, 12 months probation and 60 hours community service. He was also ordered to participate in the Risk Reduction Program.

Maria Louisa Castillo, 34, was charged with speeding (68 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Alvardo Cinto, 31, was charged with no driver’s license. Bond was forfeited.

Austin Ryan Clayton, 20, pleaded no contest to possession of an ounce or less of marijuana. Clayton was fined $600 and sentenced to 12 months probation.

Joseph Michael Clements, 54, was charged with trespassing. Bond was forfeited.

Casey Lyn Cooper, 39, was charged with speeding (51 in a 35). Bond was forfeited.

Michelle Kinser Courtney, 48, was charged with failure to maintain lane. Bond was forfeited.

Sergio Garcia Cruz, 27, was charged with improper backing. Bond was forfeited.

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