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February 3, 2014

Local law enforcement continues sex stings

MOULTRIE — Law enforcement efforts to target people who advertise sex for money on the Internet continued last week as police stings resulted in prostitution charges against two women.

Jamie Renae McConnell, 29, 1907 Moultrie Road, Albany, and Jasmine Marie Mosher, 21, 1022 Fifth Ave. S.W., were each charged Wednesday with prostitution.

A police officer set up meetings with the two women, who agreed to perform a specified sex act, Moultrie Police Department reports said. They were arrested when they showed up at the designated meeting spot.

In other arrests:

• Sedrick Hill, 26, 214 Seventh St. S.W., was charged Thursday with driving while license withdrawn and window tint violation.

• Carlina Consuelo, 35, 3324 Newton Road, Camilla, was charged Thursday with driving without license and failure to obey traffic control device.

• Annie Penix Collier, 57, 920 Fifth St. S.W., was charged Thursday with theft by shoplifting.

• Vontrell Keshawn McNeil, 17, 322 First Ave. N.W., was charged Thursday with theft by shoplifting.

• Kimberly Leona Yon, 35, 114 Knights Road, Macon, was charged Thursday with giving false name or information.

• Peter Derose, 45, 2892 Oslo Court, Vineland, N.J., was charged Thursday with theft by shoplifting and public drunk.

• Carroll Ray Fender, 30, 153 Sam Harrell Road, was charged Saturday with driving  under the influence.

• Rhonda Jean Branch, 691 U.S. Hwy. 319 N., was charged Friday with following too closely and driving while license withdrawn.

• Tracy Michelle Brown, 49, 614 Third St. S.E., was charged Saturday with criminal trespass.

• Eric Emilio Castanon, 24, 650 Willow Drive, was charged Saturday with open container in vehicle and failure to stop for stop sign.

• Rachika Maria Collins, 28, 113 Charm St., Norman Park, was charged Saturday with theft by shoplifting.

• Eric Dontae Sims, 24, 189 Serena Drive, Norman Park, was charged Sunday with loitering.

• Maranda Trim, 20, 10240 Second Ave. N.W., was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct.

• Shaveka Nicole Toombs, 30, 2508 Funston-Sigsbee Road, was charged Saturday with theft by shoplifting.

• Frank Walker, 64, 513 Fifth Ave. N.W., was charged Friday with open container in vehicle, reckless driving, violation of driver’s license restrictions, improper passing, driving under the influence, duty to obey, resisting arrest, no insurance and driving while tag suspended.

• John Fitzgerald Jones Jr., 26, 3312 Old Adel Road Lot 1, was charged Thursday with possession of a Schedule II substance, illegal possession of prescription pills and transactions in drug-related communication device.

• Pablo Aguilar Velasquez, 25, 1421 Murdock St., was charged Friday with driving while license withdrawn and driving while tag suspended.

• Roberto Dimas Banchi, 33, 885 Funston-Sigsbee Road, Funston, was charged Sunday with driving without license and seat belt violation.

• Kimberly Nicole Anderson, 27, 119 Dodge St., Sumner, was charged Sunday with driving while license withdrawn.

• Jamal Hart, 20, 1505 Hickory St.,  Valdosta, was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct.

• Dennis Lee Mitchell, 44, 323 Third Ave. N.W., was charged Sunday with probation violation.

• Xavier Anthony Bridges, 27, 358 Magnolia Ave., was charged Thursday with probation violation.

• John Paul Williams, 32, 2235 Sylvester Drive, was charged Thursday with probation violation.

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Photo by Carrie Viohl More than 18 downtown shops and restaurants will be be open during Ladies Night Out from 6 p.m.-8 p.m., with participating businesses offering specials during those two hours.

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