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April 23, 2014

Naked woman charged

MOULTRIE — A Moultrie woman, who reportedly undressed while walking Monday afternoon on Kendalwood Church Road, faces public indecency and other charges related to the incident.

Prior to law enforcement’s arrival, a Colquitt County Sheriff’s deputy said the woman, identified as Stephanie Rebecca Nichols, jumped in the back seat of a Colquitt County volunteer firefighter’s car.

Sheriff’s Inv. Shawn Bostick said that he first saw the woman, who was clothed at the time, walking at about 3 p.m. About two minutes later officers received a report of a woman in the area who was wearing only a G-string.

Bostick turned around and went in the opposite direction.

“I saw her jump out of the back seat of his (firefighter’s) car and she started running down the road,” he said.

Nichols appeared to be under the influence, he said.

Nichols was captured and put in a robe. When emergency medical personnel arrived she was taken by ambulance to Colquitt Regional Medical Center.

When Nichols, 29, 15 Pine Circle, was released from the hospital on Tuesday the sheriff’s office charged her with public indecency, public drunkenness and obstruction of an officer.

In other arrests:

• A 14-year-old girl was charged Tuesday with disruption of a public school, battery and battery on school personnel after she reportedly attacked a 12-year-old boy and hit a school administrator in the eye.

Sheriff’s reports said that between 8 a.m.- 9 a.m. the girl pushed a fellow student out of a chair at Colquitt County Achievement Center, 1800 Park Ave., hit him and rammed his head into a filing cabinet.

When taken the office of the principal, she reportedly hit achievement Principal Darius Dawson in the eye. The girl was restrained and law enforcement was called.

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• Vickie Charlene Truesdell, 56, 348 Lakeside Circle, Sylvester, was charged Tuesday with theft by shoplifting.

She is accused of stealing merchandise valued at $46 at Wal-Mart, 641 Veterans Parkway South.

• Broderick Jerrel Blackwell, 24, 156 Church St., was charged Tuesday with possession of marijuana.

• Alfredrick Bernard Green, 29, 1340 Fifth St. S.W., was charged Wednesday with public drunkenness.

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Carmen Pacina, left, and Sheila Maria Clements, right, were charged with reckless conduct Tuesday after a child left in their care was found in a van with the windows rolled up.

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