Moultrie Observer

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January 16, 2010

Municipal Court for the Jan. 20 edition

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

Anwar Jerrell Arnold was charged with trespassing and contempt and sentenced to pay $425 and 10 days jail.

Gary Leonard Butts was charged with driving while license was suspended/revoked and improper lane change/not proper position and sentenced to 64 days jail.

Tina Mary Cruz was charged with violation of probation and sentenced to 54 days jail.

Victor Manolo Dalizia was charged with public drunk and sentenced to 4 days jail.

Leslie Powers was charged with possession of ounce or less of marijuana and contempt and sentenced to $700 and 11 days jail.

Anthony Rhodes was charged with 2 counts trespassing and duty to obey police officer and was sentenced to pay $325 and 6 days jail.

Noah Lew Sangster was charged with shoplifting and sentenced to 14 days jail and banned from Walmart.

Steven Michael Walker was charged with giving false name/address/date of birth to officer and sentenced to 51 days jail.

Ranita Shantae Wyche was charged with violation of probation and sentenced to 14 days jail.

Andreas Angel was charged with light reducing materials affixed to windows. Bond was forfeited.

Elisa Lynette Ball was charged with acceptable identification of patrons, which was dismissed. Also Ball was charged with furnishing alcohol to underage person and sentenced to pay $600, 5 months probation and 40 hours community service.

Kaley Brooke Barber was charged with too fast for conditions. Bond was forfeited.

Jimmy Lee Benefield III was charged with loitering. Bond was forfeited.

Cindy L. Beverly was charged with following too closely and driving while license was suspended/revoked and sentenced to 12 months probation and $886.

Jerron Ledean Blakley was charged with violation of probation, which was paid in full.

Michael Allen Bostic was charged with light-reducing materials affixed to windows. Bond was forfeited.

Tammy Johnson Boyd was charged with acceptable identification of patrons, which was dismmissed. Also Boyd was charged with furnishing alcohol to underage person and sentenced to pay $600, 5 months probation and 40 hours community service.

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